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Role of conventions in uk | Law Teacher

18 Jan 2017 21:24 | Author: purpleswan691 | Category: Banking corporate dissertation governance sector

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    Olechka Goluschenko 18 Jan 2017 03:21

    That s your whole essay there! I think that the essay would need to be structured: first ask the question (the essay questions also raises another question: can stories without villains be any good? You can deal with examples if you can think of any) Then deal with the reasons that villains play an important role in any story, like the previous answer indicated e.g. 1. most stories have a hero or a narrator at least - somebody that the reader is supposed to sympathise with and the villain provides a comparison with the hero - like good vs evil. This makes the hero seem more heroic; 2. it s human nature to delight in hearing about villainous behaviour and then to feel pleased when they get their come-uppance; 3. villains will often raise moral questions and make us question ourselves - am I really that different? Would I have behaved that way or differently? etc. 4. Deal with all your other points, giving examples from books plays, films, even real life 5. Then finish by drawing your conclusions. Is it absolutely necessary to have a villain in a story or can you think of great novels or plays where there is no villain? (I think that you always get more points in essays if you question the question). If your opinion is that villains do have an important role, just say so - you ve explained why already in the main part of your essay! Good luck and hope that this helps!

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    UFC Russia 18 Jan 2017 09:32

    Even though a class may be on-line, the teacher is still in the role of instructor and facilitator, probably more so facilitator since much of on-line study is independent with the student. The teacher assesses requirements, administers tests, grades papers, and reads essays, much as a traditional classroom teacher does, with the exception of not being able to call on the class for answers or interact students for positive discussion. The way questions are fielded are also quite different, since most questions are delayed using e-mail. This method is catching on, however, since it is so convenient for people who also work and not always available at specific times for traditional classroom courses.