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18 Jan 2017 21:24 | Author: User1490530678 | Category: Resume sur la guerre de troie naura pas lieu

The purpose of a compare and contrast essay is to analyze the differences and/or the similarities of two distinct subjects. A good compare/contrast essay doesn’t only point out how the subjects are similar or different (or even both!). It uses those points to make a meaningful argument about the subjects. While it can be a little intimidating to approach this type of essay at first, with a little work and practice, you can write a great compare-and-contrast essay!

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    goldenduck514 18 Jan 2017 08:47

    The purpose of a compare and contrast essay is to analyze the differences and/or the similarities of two distinct subjects. A good compare/contrast essay doesn’t only point out how the subjects are similar or different (or even both!). It uses those points to make a meaningful argument about the subjects. While it can be a little intimidating to approach this type of essay at first, with a little work and practice, you can write a great compare-and-contrast essay!

    Comments : Selecting subjects that matter to students is critical for this step. One might be to compare two models of cars and then write a letter to a benefactor who might buy them one. Another would be a store manager writing to a buyer about two products. Academic topics such as comparing two organisms, two wars, two approaches to solving a math problem may also be useful.

    Comments : Spend a few classes on this. Although it seems simple, students doing it for the first time perform better if not rushed through this step. Working in teams, with a partner, or in a group is helpful.

    Compare and contrast essays are often assigned to students because they promote critical thinking, analytical reasoning and organized writing. A compare and contrast essay should look at a subject in a new way, with fresh insight, using the similarities and the differences between two topics or two perspectives on one topic. [1]

    The thought that an essay is very difficult is a myth; an essay can be very simple to write once you know how to do it. Many students skimp out on the research, but researching and finding many useful references can make the whole process of compare and contrast essay writing much easier. If you have a  compare/contrast essay , it is useful to look at sample compare and contrast essay with a similar compare and contrast  topic  as your own.

    The opening paragraph should contain a thesis statement, as well as introduce what will be compared and contrasted.

  2. The next two parts of the essay should identify what is different about the two objects and expand on those differences..
  3. The following section takes the objects and brings about details on similiarities, which is also a great time further elaborate on the differences.
  4. Finally, the conclusion is the writers final statements on the comparision, and the last chance to really get any main points across.
  5. When you begin working on a comparison essay, you should consider going through a few steps before you jump into writing the introductory paragraph. For this type of assignment, it is best to organize your thoughts before you  start to write, and it is especially helpful to begin with a small chart.

    Your chart will give you a visual aid for clarity, as well as provide a sound structure which helps with paragraph organization.

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    goldenbear806 18 Jan 2017 08:24

    Here are a few steps to do it. 1. Write Intro 2. a reason the 2 sides are alike 3. reason 2 sides differ 4. reason 2 sides are similar 5. Conclusion that should work

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    redwolf997 18 Jan 2017 01:52

    The purpose of a compare and contrast essay is to analyze the differences and/or the similarities of two distinct subjects. A good compare/contrast essay doesn’t only point out how the subjects are similar or different (or even both!). It uses those points to make a meaningful argument about the subjects. While it can be a little intimidating to approach this type of essay at first, with a little work and practice, you can write a great compare-and-contrast essay!

    Comments : Selecting subjects that matter to students is critical for this step. One might be to compare two models of cars and then write a letter to a benefactor who might buy them one. Another would be a store manager writing to a buyer about two products. Academic topics such as comparing two organisms, two wars, two approaches to solving a math problem may also be useful.

    Comments : Spend a few classes on this. Although it seems simple, students doing it for the first time perform better if not rushed through this step. Working in teams, with a partner, or in a group is helpful.

    Compare and contrast essays are often assigned to students because they promote critical thinking, analytical reasoning and organized writing. A compare and contrast essay should look at a subject in a new way, with fresh insight, using the similarities and the differences between two topics or two perspectives on one topic. [1]

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    lazyfrog241 17 Jan 2017 22:56

    An anecdote is a short tale narrating an interesting or amusing biographical incident. It may be as brief as the setting and provocation of a bon mot. An anecdote is always based on real life, an incident involving actual persons, whether famous or not, in real places. However, over time, modification in reuse may convert a particular anecdote to a fictional piece, one that is retold but is "too good to be true". Sometimes humorous, anecdotes are not jokes, because their primary purpose is not simply to evoke laughter, but to reveal a truth more general than the brief tale itself, or to delineate a character trait or the workings of an institution in such a light that it strikes in a flash of insight to their very essence. A brief monologue beginning "A man pops in a bar." will be a joke. A brief monologue beginning "Once J. Edgar Hoover popped in a bar." will be an anecdote. An anecdote thus is closer to the tradition of the parable than the patently invented fable with its animal characters and generic human figures— but it is distinct from the parable in the historical specificity which it claims. An anecdote is not a biography nor does it bear a moral, a necessity in both parable and fable, merely an illustrative incident that is in some way an epitome. The following are examples of anecdotes: Cary Grant is said to have been reluctant to reveal his age to the public, having played the youthful lover for more years than would have been appropriate. One day, while he was sorting out some business with his agent, a telegram arrived from a journalist who was desperate to learn how old the actor was. It read: HOW OLD CARY GRANT? Grant, who happened to open it himself, immediately cabled back: OLD CARY GRANT FINE. HOW YOU? The violinist Dave Swarbrick was amused one day to find his obituary printed in the Telegraph. Apprised of the mistake, the paper printed the following retraction: "Mr Swarbrick, who was reported dead in yesterday s Daily Telegraph, is recovering well." A more sophisticated anecdote concerns Sidney Morgenbesser, then Professor Emeritus of Philosophy at Columbia University, as follows: One day in New York City, Morgenbesser put his pipe in his mouth as he was ascending the subway steps. A policeman approached and told him that there was no smoking on the subway. Morgenbesser pointed out that he was leaving the subway, not entering it, and that he had not yet lit up. The cop repeated his injunction. Morgenbesser repeated his observation. After a few such exchanges, the cop saw he was beaten and fell back on the oldest standby of enfeebled authority: "If I let you do it, I d have to let everyone do it." To this the old philosopher replied, "Who do you think you are—Kant?" His last word was misconstrued, and the whole question of the Categorical Imperative had to be hashed out down at the police station. Morgenbesser won the argument.

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    yellowostrich695 17 Jan 2017 23:02

    This is an interesting question but i'll try to answer it. Galadriel is an elf who is corrupted by her ring of power and the gift of foresight, whereas Eowyn is a victim of similar corruption from Saruman through Theoden. Eowyn is always looking to get involved and fight and Galadriel is willing to flee middle earth. They are similar as they both hold positions of great power and respect for the people, and when required, they both step up and do what is necessary; Eowyn leading the peasants to helm's deep and galadriel assisting the fellowship through lorien. i'm sorry this isn't that good but it's better than nothing!

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    orangeswan629 18 Jan 2017 02:44

    The purpose of a compare and contrast essay is to analyze the differences and/or the similarities of two distinct subjects. A good compare/contrast essay doesn’t only point out how the subjects are similar or different (or even both!). It uses those points to make a meaningful argument about the subjects. While it can be a little intimidating to approach this type of essay at first, with a little work and practice, you can write a great compare-and-contrast essay!

    Comments : Selecting subjects that matter to students is critical for this step. One might be to compare two models of cars and then write a letter to a benefactor who might buy them one. Another would be a store manager writing to a buyer about two products. Academic topics such as comparing two organisms, two wars, two approaches to solving a math problem may also be useful.

    Comments : Spend a few classes on this. Although it seems simple, students doing it for the first time perform better if not rushed through this step. Working in teams, with a partner, or in a group is helpful.

    Compare and contrast essays are often assigned to students because they promote critical thinking, analytical reasoning and organized writing. A compare and contrast essay should look at a subject in a new way, with fresh insight, using the similarities and the differences between two topics or two perspectives on one topic. [1]

    The thought that an essay is very difficult is a myth; an essay can be very simple to write once you know how to do it. Many students skimp out on the research, but researching and finding many useful references can make the whole process of compare and contrast essay writing much easier. If you have a  compare/contrast essay , it is useful to look at sample compare and contrast essay with a similar compare and contrast  topic  as your own.

    The opening paragraph should contain a thesis statement, as well as introduce what will be compared and contrasted.

  • The next two parts of the essay should identify what is different about the two objects and expand on those differences..
  • The following section takes the objects and brings about details on similiarities, which is also a great time further elaborate on the differences.
  • Finally, the conclusion is the writers final statements on the comparision, and the last chance to really get any main points across.