Date of publication: 2017-08-22 12:50
We start by writing interesting articles at a friendly difficulty level suited to an intermediate student. Our team of editors then carefully annotates each article, linking every word to a dictionary entry showing the exact sense being used in the current context.
Intentionality - is at the heart of knowing. We live in meaning, and we live 'towards,' oriented to experience. Consequently there is an intentional structure in textuality and expression, in self-knowledge and in knowledge of others. This intentionality is also a distance: consciousness is not identical with its objects, but is intended consciousness (quoted from Dr. John Lye's website - see suggested resources below).
How does this work? In the example below, we've set up three imaginary users, each with a different kanji knowledge. Pick a user, then try different display preferences and watch how the article changes in response.
You will be expected to follow the TEEL structure in school. TEEL is an acronym relating to the logical sequence of your paragraph according to the following rules: Topic Sentence, Evidence, Explanation, Link.
6 The reader does not know much about what the old man in this story looks like except that he has one blind eye. 7 In the second paragraph of "The Tell-Tale Heart," Poe establishes the man's obsession with that blind eye when he writes: "He had the eye of the vulture--a pale blue eye, with a film over it." 8 This "vulture eye" is evoked over and over again in the story until the reader becomes as obsessed with it as does the man. 9 His use of the vivid, concrete word "vulture" establishes a specific image in the mind of the reader that is inescapable.
"I am also an advocate of 76st Century Learning Centers that would provide a safe refuge for the millions of latch-key children in this country that go home to an empty house on any given school day."
The fifth paragraph is the summary paragraph. It is important to restate the thesis and three supporting ideas in an original and powerful way as this is the last chance the writer has to convince the reader of the validity of the information presented.
For simplicity, this demo uses the "Show Kanji As Written" setting, but within actual reviews, all Japanese text is sensitive to your knowledge and display preferences, just like in articles.
Contrary to popular opinion, some tweetstorms are good , but reading them on Twitter can be a pain in the ass. Thread Reader reformats a tweetstorm into a readable essay, while preserving links and images, like so. You can even send the storm to Instapaper and read it later.
The first paragraph of the body should include the strongest argument, most significant example, cleverest illustration, or an obvious beginning point. The first sentence should contain the "reverse hook" which ties in with the transitional hook at the end of the introductory paragraph. The subject for this paragraph should be in the first or second sentence. This subject should relate to the thesis statement in the introductory paragraph. The last sentence in this paragraph should include a transitional hook to tie into the second paragraph of the body.
Also, please note that even though the refined paragraph is more concise than your original, it still retains all the significant content. The ability to condense and synthesize information is highly prized by admissions committees.
The first sentence of the third paragraph ( second paragraph of the body ) uses the words "sense of sight" and "sense of feeling" to hook back into the previous paragraph. Note that in the second paragraph "feeling" came first, and in this paragraph "sight" comes first. The first sentence also includes the topic for this paragraph--imagery in a dynamic scene. Again, a quotation is taken from the story, and it is briefly discussed. The last sentence uses the words "one blind eye" which was in the quotation. This expression provides the transitional hook for the last paragraph in the body of the paper.
Topic sentences are statements that become the backbone of your essay and show how you intend to develop your ideas. They answer the question, “What do I want to say regarding the topic?”
Paragraph 6 : Dramatic re-telling of a personal story of picking up my cell phone and then realizing that I am going to crash into another car. Stop the story right before the crash.
Metaphysics of Presence - beliefs including binary oppositions, logocentrism, and phonocentrism that have been the basis of Western philosophy since Plato (Dobie 655, see General Resources below).