According to Gottman, couples do practice more kindness is less likely to divorce. By having both quantitative and qualitative data, her argument is more compelling. Some of the real life details also bring an emotion hook to the readers. Throughout the article, her tone is neutral and informative. Although it can be hard to hear the author’s feeling when she is writing, the readers have access to the facts that support it.
Partly because of how she flawlessly set up the plot of the novel with multiple different viewpoints. The multiple first person viewpoints make this novel excellent, because it never becomes boring, gives the reader more information, and helps with the development of the characters. Her plot was perfect, and she used plenty of similes and metaphors, along with her cliffhangers, making the perfect
Face-to-face interactions can expose true feelings and evoke empathy through facial expressions, body language, and vocal cues. Additionally, being face-to-face allows for bonding activities such as playing games. In the documentary this was shown by comparing the texts and real interactions the girls had with each other. Although solving major conflicts with only face-to-face interactions may take some time and work, most people can solve their problems much easier by just talking it out, rather than texting, calling, or
. By doing all the quick quizzes and self-summary tests, it has given me a deeper better understanding of the chapters. It was like a very effective way of studying and reviewing what I had learned. Collaborative learning is something I should continue with because it will slowly help me overcome my fear of speaking in front or to the class and it will help me break out of my shell. It was worth knowing what kind of learner I am because now I know how I should go about things and how to apply my strengths and then how to work on my weaknesses.
I have learnt what logos, ethos and pathos are and how to rebut others opinions. Overall, all the essays I wrote during this semester improved my English skills very much. My favorite essay is the summary and response for I enjoyed the process of writing this essay. Besides, I am most satisfied with my summary and response.
Connor, you did a wonderful job on your essay. It appears that you grasped the material and for the most part you articulate your ideas in a clear, concise manner. The examples you provided in the second paragraph helped to strengthen your argument. One suggestion I have is to work of varying your syntax. It will help will the flow of your essay.
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
By doing this, the essay was very easy to follow and I was able to understand her viewpoint. She legitimized her views by bringing up the ideas of Martha Nussbaum (ethical thinking), Michael Taussig (anthropologist who defines mimesis), Walter Benjamin (observed properties of mimetic faculty), and others that validate her points. It was very helpful that she spent a few paragraphs describing her terminology in the ways that she’s utilizing the words, specifically “prosthetic memories,” empathy, and sympathy. Contrastingly to this, I felt like too much time was devoted to these explanations when the explanations were very straightforward and didn’t need to be so detailed. There is also a point of digression in how much time was spent detailing The Pianist.
Hermione Granger is logical because she looks on the bright sides of things and the way she can quickly analyze different types of situations. Hermione Granger is a loyal friend, quite intelligent, and very logical. Hermione
The write-up conducted by Jaclyn Mihal provided an excellent experience in that I was able to read and analyze another person’s perspective on myself. This is essential in that you can learn what people see in you, and oftentimes this includes information that you refuse, or cannot, see in yourself. Overall, Jaclyn’s write-up of my personality assessment and demographic information was correct, in my opinion. She mentions that I am a driven, positive, friendly person who is in touch with my feelings. Jaclyn also said that she believes that I prize values and morality, which is true.
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,
The ideas presented in Anabelle 's paper reflected on her understanding of Zinn 's history and brought ideas that I, personally, never thought of, which showed her critical thinking skills. She grasped the core of Zinn 's writing thoughts and contributed her own ideas, which I agreed with, and the level of vocabulary and language Anabelle used also allowed for her essay to be easily read and persuasive. I really admired her interpretations because they were accurate and I was able to tell she spent time interpretating Zinn 's words and ideas. Her use of language and certain vocabulary emphasized the points she was getting across, also her quotes. The quotes helped Anabelle 's thoughts, but she didn 't source them, which would had made her essay
The Little Rock School Desegregation Crisis: Moderation and Social Conflict. 1. What is the intended audience for the book? Who is the author writing for? Who does the author expect to read the book? Scholars, researches, students, historians.
In the letter from Birmingham Jail, Martin Luther King Jr addresses his audience by defining what qualifies an action or law to be just and unjust. He describes a just law as a “code that squares away with the moral law or the law of God” (King). Then he describes the unjust law as being “a code that is out of the harmony with the moral law” (King). Kings definitions compare well with the dictionary definitions because both agree that just laws are based on a moral code. He uses the strategy of examples and counter examples in order to define both of the words and give his audience a clear understanding of their meaning.
Essay A, Essay B One big aspect in Donna's response was her emphasis and importance of developing a thesis. The two essays we read were precursors in showing us the importance of a thesis and how we are to incorporate it into our writing. Donna also went on to talk about the importance of considering your audience. When it comes to the two essays, "Once More to the Lake" happens to be much more relatable and pertinent than "The Death of the Moth.