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1. Introduction In an argumentative essay, the introduction is very important. It gives the reader his/her first impression of an argumentative essay. Start with a short background. Example: Every pet owner knows that there are enormous responsibilities that go along with having a cat or dog. You must feed and exercise your pet, to keep it physically healthy; you must play with it, and keep it emotionally healthy too. You have to keep it safe from cars, people, or othe

What is a comparison essay? A comparison essay (or a Compare and Contrast essay) is used to critically analyze any two subjects, finding and pointing out their similarities and/or dissimilarities. Depending on your assignment, such essays can be comparative only (looking only at similarities), contrasting only (pointing out the differences) or both comparative and contrasting. Below you will find specific instructions on how to write a comparison essay on any topic, wh

Many educational experts and teachers value keyboarding over handwriting. This brings up some questions. Does a child need to know how to write his or her signature? Should a child be able to express himself or herself with handwriting? How does handwriting alter the brain?

Answering exam questions, essay questions or questions set as part of a dissertation or thesis completion can be difficult to decipher. One of the most common errors students make when it comes to answering an essay or examination question is they don't take note of what it is the question is actually asking them to do. Instead they focus on the subject matter that the question revolves around, and they almost do a 'brain dump' of all of the information they

Summer days are melting away as school bells prepare to chime. Three months of festivities have quickly vanished, but more fun and learning are about to unfold. A favorite back-to-school topic for writing is "What I Did This Summer". I admit, with chagrin, that I often assigned this odious task to my eighth graders.

A child is taught three parts of writing simultaneously. They are accurate letter construction, identical letter size, and the same tilt throughout the writing. They should be taught to concentrate on one objective only at the first attempt. He or she, should learn the building of letters first, but one by one.