One of the most integral steps of our writing process is the coach conference. With every essay, students complete at least one coach conference, and the feedback they get is invaluable. But, what exactly goes into this conference? What kind of information do students get? How does each conference help students improve? Here is a close look at what the process is all about.
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With summer slowly advancing, most students are counting down to their final days of work, feeling excited by all the possibilities summer has to offer. And, one of those opportunities is summer classes! Turns out there are a number of reasons why you shouldn’t ditch those school supplies just yet. Take a look! Continue reading “7 Reasons Why Summer Classes are the Best Thing Ever”
A thesis is perhaps the most important sentence in an entire essay. It introduces the topic, gives your stance, and briefly previews the main topics in an essay. Using the following checklist, you can create the perfect thesis every time:
- Does it answer the question posed by the writing prompt?
- Does it introduce your topic?
- Does it preview your three main points?
- Does the point preview match the order of the body paragraphs?
- If you looked at it by itself (with no other writing around it), does it still make sense?
Be sure to ask yourself these questions as you write your thesis. Here is a guide to help you create a perfect thesis for your expository paper:
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The Missing Link in Online Education
You know what’s great about an online class?
The flexibility offered is next to none. There’s no specific time you’ve got to be in a classroom, and you won’t get in trouble for being tardy. Of course, there are due dates for some assignments, but let’s face it: with the sheer number of cute cat videos on YouTube, we need those deadlines to keep us on track.
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