Learning to write good essays will boost academic performance in school and college, but will also be a valuable skill in today's increasingly competitive job market.
Creating concise, informative, and compelling essays can form the basis of many careers, such as authoring non-fiction books, getting into print journalism, writing legal briefs, rendering judicial opinions, or just creating some persuasive advertising text for a business.
This week will concentrate on the skill of reading critically.
Additionally, we will learn about the conventions of academic writing, including integrating evidence and schools of citation.
Finally, you are encouraged to write your own critical review of "The Sweet Spot." This is an optional writing assignment, but it is a requirement to receive a honor's certificate.
This week, the central topic is visual images in academic writing.
Students are not supposed to learn how to write a cause and effect essay alone.
Technological advancements allowed us to present an effective solution! Those are academic papers concerned with why certain things or events take place and what are the consequences of some actions/phenomena.
In preparation for improving your case study, Professor Comer will present strategies of writing more cohesively.
After receiving your final feedback, please submit a self-reflection about this project.