Monthly Archives: October 2012

Design Plan for TIB

1st Design Plan: For my first design plan I would provide a voice essay. The working title for my piece would be, ” Becoming a Friend to one with Special Needs”. I would explain my journey and adventures I had with … Continue reading

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Sculptural Representation

The sculpture I created represents my essay because it shows what my essay will be about. I chose the Toulmin organization model because I like the style of providing information and then having evidence or examples of the discussion to … Continue reading

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Something Borrowed

In the article, Something Borrowed, Dorothy Lewis is described as a victim of a plagiarism. She wrote a memoir called, Guilty by reason of Insanity, in 1998. It was about her life and her studies of serial killers. It was … Continue reading

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New Revision Plan

I need to improve my paper once again. I intend on going to the First Year Writing Center and hopefully they can guide me in the right direction. I need to gather book resources from joyner library and cite those. I … Continue reading

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Response to BRAC and SAT Policy Essays

Essay 1. Be Ready and Cooperative, By Kelsey Brook Kurtz In this essay, Toler is describing her feelings and emotions about her audition to perform for the Governor’s School. Her audience is direct and is the intended reader. She is … Continue reading

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The Vietnam War was the Worst War

Throughout history we have faced a lot of problems concerning foreign affairs, neighboring countries, and drastic wars. When I say we I really mean those who have served and are serving for our country. They have seen many arguments, confrontations, … Continue reading

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Annotative Bibliographies (Primary Sources)

Primary Source #1 Gross, Bud. “His experience in Vietnam.” Message to the author. 5 Oct. 2012. Web. My first primary source is a man name Bud Gross. Bud Gross is the director and Coordinator of scholarship program for those who have Veterans … Continue reading

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