Any topic (writer’s choice)

APA (edition "APA 6"), English and Literature
After reading the first section of Monkey Beach, respond to the following:Pick your favourite passage from what you have read so far. How does the passage you have chosen relate to the plot of the novel up to page 73? What themes do you see emerging? Discuss.How do you relate to the character of Lisamarie? How do you relate to the character of Jimmy? Are there any other characters in the novel so far to whom you relate? Why? Discuss, using specific examples from the novel to illustrate your point
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Introduction to Audiology

APA (edition "APA 6"), English and Literature
Please answer the following questions:(a) Choose a conductive disorder, and indicate where the pathology lies (outer ear or middle ear).(b) Describe this disorder--what are the symptoms, other problems associated with the disorder.(c) Describe a possible treatment of this disorderTextbook: Welling, D.R., and Ukstins, C.A. (2019). Fundamentals of audiology for the speechlanguage pathologist (2nd ed.). Burlington, MA: Jones & Bartlett Learning. ISBN-13: 978-1-28410598-8.You should use your textbook and/or peer-reviewed journals (e.g., ASHA journals) to answer these questions.
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Is it possible to strengthen academic writing skills?

English and Literature, MLA
"Write an essay (with introduction and conclusion) on the suggested topic.Your introduction should include the thesis statement - main idea of the paper (here is more detailed explanation - https://essayshark.com/blog/how-to-write-a-thesis-statement-to-make-it-clear/). Don't include any new information in the conclusion. It should  restate the thesis statement of the paper.Support your ideas with relevant arguments and examples (in-text citations). List 2-3 sources in the references. Make sure you stick to a required formatting style. Get benefits of these sources citationmachine.net and easybib.com.MLA format - https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/747/01/ https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/research_and_citation/mla_style/mla_formatting_and_style_guide/mla_in_text_citations_the_basics.html"
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Why it is important to write essays

English and Literature, MLA
"Write an essay (with introduction and conclusion) on the suggested topic.Your introduction should include the thesis statement - main idea of the paper (here is more detailed explanation - https://essayshark.com/blog/how-to-write-a-thesis-statement-to-make-it-clear/). Don't include any new information in the conclusion. It should  restate the thesis statement of the paper.Support your ideas with relevant arguments and examples (in-text citations). List 2-3 sources in the references. Make sure you stick to a required formatting style. Get benefits of these sources citationmachine.net and easybib.com.MLA format - https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/747/01/ https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/research_and_citation/mla_style/mla_formatting_and_style_guide/mla_in_text_citations_the_basics.html"
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How well do standardized tests measure student abilities? American educational institutions have come to rely on them, but is that wise? What is the evidence? What do other nations, those leading in education results, do differently?

English and Literature, Undergraduate
2. Using TSIS and lecture materials as your guides, follow the instructions and strategies to complete your essay draft. Incorporate at least four appropriate secondary sources, following in-class guidelines (i.e., avoid citing Wikipedia, general reference works like a dictionary or encyclopedia, and so on).3. Format final essays according to MLA guidelines, including a Works Cited page
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What was the main reason why the English won the Battle of Crecy (1346)? The English were greatly outnumbered and on enemy ground; what was the main factor in their victory?

English and Literature, Undergraduate
2. Using TSIS and lecture materials as your guides, follow the instructions and strategies to complete your essay draft. Incorporate at least four appropriate secondary sources, following in-class guidelines (i.e., avoid citing Wikipedia, general reference works like a dictionary or encyclopedia, and so on).3. Format final essays according to MLA guidelines, including a Works Cited page
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The Day that my Life Changed

English and Literature, Undergraduate
Tell Your Story: Narrative Essay:Purpose:A narrative essay has a purpose, so you need to have intent and a reason for telling a particular story. Did the time in your life change you in some way? Did you learn a valuable lesson?  What is the reason for telling this story?Main idea/Thesis:Whatever your purpose for writing the essay, you will let the reader know in your opening paragraph as you introduce the story. Stating the main idea, also known as a thesis, lets the readers know what to expect as they read. Your thesis may look like this: The day I applied to college, my outlook on life changed. Another example might look like this: Choosing to have a child opened my eyes to other goals. As you write your essay, keep…
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#2

English and Literature, MLA
In an earlier version of the script, Hansberry ended the play by showing the Youngers sitting in their new home, armed and awaiting an attack from their white neighbors. Should this scene have been kept in? Whats the effect of deleting it? Would the presence of this scene have changed the overall message of the play, or not?
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Poverty

English and Literature, High School
In an argumentative essay, state and defend a claim about whether the benefits of progress are worth the costs or the negative side effects that they produce. Use examples and evidence to support your argument. Evidence can include the information provided here, prior knowledge, or research.
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