The author utilizes inductive reasoning and provides sufficient and accurate mix of relevant evidence to support his claims. In addition, the tone of the paper allows her to properly connect with the audience and effectively communicate her assertions. Furthermore, the author possesses the necessary skills, knowledge, education, and expertise and refrains from letting her postmodernism world view cause biased or unwarranted assumptions. Therefore, I conclude that the author adequately supports her claims and attains her objective of fostering an understanding of the role of the brain in promoting superstitious phenomena to the
Klein takes advantage of this phenomenon and incorporates these companies into her essay. By doing this, she makes a stronger connection with her readers and allows her claim to more easily
Her emotions are clear and it strengthens her message. By utilizing pathos, the author successfully conveyed her message. Florence Kelley’s message was effective towards her audience. By using rhetorical strategies she was successful in conveying her message. Due to the use of powerful rhetorical strategies, Kelley successfully fought for child labor laws.
Also, the high-five is used to show appreciation. This argument is an appealing and interesting argument. The author’s opinion is clearly stated with no ambiguity, and a careful read of the article will show this. Additionally, this topic will appeal to a broad audience, it can be read and interpret by a young or old audience. The argument will provoke readers to think about the meanings of “awesome” and “suck”.
However; despite not having an opposition, Sandberg still makes herself a trustworthy author. What makes Sheryl Sandberg a trustworthy author is that she has a lot of logical points, due to experience and statistics. Using her experience with school and
What I particularly enjoyed the most out of the entire article was the author’s independent thought and strength of questions. You can tell right out of the gate that he knows the Summa Theologica and Treatise on Happiness like the back of his hand. Not only were the questions and commentary thought provoking and rational, but the article was extremely well organized and much easier to read than many other academic articles I’ve read in the past. The summary was clear, the arguments logical and sound, the proof undeniable and continually cited, and the thought process was easy to follow. In relation to today’s political life, I would say the most fundamental lesson from this review is to continually question the environment in front of and behind you, be it a philosophical heavyweight such as Aquinas, or your local or federal government.
Sean O’Brien praises her on this claiming her poetry is ‘as open to the reader of Catherine Cookson [ the most widely read author of the United Kingdom] as to the educated student of the
Janeway was her positive attitude. Some of her sayings and ways of looking at scenarios were comforting and even applicable to my situations growing up. I felt that way about captains from other series but I derived more comfort from hearing what she had to say. Her character is also hyper-conscientious. Something I struggled with as a child.
She describes prosocial emotions practically by using great methods, happy embarrassment and vicarious pride. To explain each emotion, she organizes structure well to provide the map of her thoughts to readers. Also, this clear structure helps McGonigal’s text flow smoothly so that readers could follow her points easily. When readers look for certain concepts from her passage, they could easily find them because of her organized structure. Not only clear structure, she brings many different experts’ quotations to prove her arguments as logical information.
She demonstrated the ability to gather key information from sources and develop her own explanations. Amy has shown enthusiasm towards history. She has demonstrated some understanding of sequencing historical events along a timeline. Amy is able to gather key information from relevant sources and construct her own explanations. She has good time management and work ethic which allowed her to submit a draft in turn benefiting the final outcome of her Narrabeen Man
The Rogerian argument improved the author’s research and writing skills by not only finding research to support her viewpoints, but also finding research for the opposition’s viewpoints. By collecting viewpoints from both sides of the spectrum, the author provided the critical readers and viewers a solid argument,
to provide high quality evidence-based practice care; this is considered the new norm. As we continue to familiar ourselves with advance technologies, we must integrate our clients and teach them how to use information technologies such as the internet, smart phones and other technical tools. We must take advantage of the resources so that we can continue to use cutting edge to reduce wasteful spending. According to himss.org (2015), nurses are an integral part of successfully achieving improved outcomes, optimal wellness and overall population health management. With this in mind, telenurses consistently monitors patients who are homebound or because of their geographical regions.
The technological revolution has quickly taken the world by storm, and led its way into being a prominent role in the classroom. In author Eliana Dockterman 's writing, "The Digital Parent Trap," Dockterman speaks on the growing arguments facing the prominent usage of technology in classrooms as a tool to learn with credible and emotional appeals. With the growing reliance on technology for miniscule tasks, Dockterman 's purpose is to argue that there actually is a way in which it can be effectively used in classrooms by rebutting both sides of the debate. By countering both arguments, Dockterman reveals periodically in the text that one must be open-minded to change and therefore then creates a biased tone. Straightaway, the author