THE COMMON READER--FIRST

THE COMMON READER--FIRST SERIES

Date of publication: 2017-07-08 16:27

Write a response in which you discuss the extent to which you agree or disagree with the claim. In developing and supporting your position, be sure to address the most compelling reasons and/or examples that could be used to challenge your position.

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In order to become well-rounded individuals, all college students should be required to take courses in which they read poetry, novels, mythology, and other types of imaginative literature.

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With this knowledge in mind, children will grow respecting other forms of life no matter how little. They will understand its value therefore avoid things that might cause its destruction, throwing garbage everywhere for instance. It will also result to some kind act of volunteerism to protect and restore the nature s beauty and pristine condition through tree planting in areas with less tree density and cleaning the drainage to prevent floods which can cause destruction to some extent.

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Although innovations such as video, computers, and the Internet seem to offer schools improved methods for instructing students, these technologies all too often distract from real learning.

Those who did not experience the Holocaust, it is fair to say, cannot begin to understand what it was like those who did cannot begin to describe it. To speak of the concentration camps is to fail to convey the depth of the evil, and any failure is disrespectful to the memories of those who died in the Holocaust. Speech, therefore, may seem forbidden, because it necessarily fails to express the truth of the Holocaust.

Hi, Simon.
After reading your anwser, I feel I totally misunderstand the question!
Would it be OK if I thought traditional cutures as ancient art, history, literature, traditional festivals and traditional customs?
I write something that people are addicted to technology such as internet and they reluctant to learn more about traditional cutures such as visting a musuem.
Would i lose all points if i wrote in this way??

The best way to understand the character of a society is to examine the character of the men and women that the society chooses as its heroes or its role models.

It is very common that old age people follow the traditions which they got from their ancestors. They are afraid of thinking in an unconventional way because they believe it can harm their fortune and they will commit mistakes. When people attempt to do something new, aged people don’t want to accept it easily and think it may ruin our society. They always try to designate long-established view as society’s backbone. So, the society remains in the dark era and will not be able to develop in the future.

Some people believe that scientific discoveries have given us a much better understanding of the world around us. Others believe that science has revealed to us that the world is infinitely more complex than we ever realized.

Some people believe that corporations have a responsibility to promote the well-being of the societies and environments in which they operate. Others believe that the only responsibility of corporations, provided they operate within the law, is to make as much money as possible.

Simon s essay is a clear 9. The question is not only about cultures that adopt technology - it is simply about cultures continuing to exist in the modern world. To a native examiner, this is clearly a balanced essay and is easy to follow.

Thank you very much, This is my first paragraph. And I follow Simon s structures to write this.

Thank you very much for your useful correcting my essay. ^^

Certainly, it is a necessity to cope with the current pace in this modern world. However, it has greatly affected the children, they are more likely to spend most of their time doing indoor activities rather than outdoor. That is why, exposing them to nature is of great of importance for them to understand and appreciate its value.

In composition , comparison is a  rhetorical strategy and method of organization in which a writer examines similarities and/or differences between two people, places, ideas, or things.

Words and phrases that often signal a comparison include similarly, likewise, by comparison, by the same token, in like manner, in the same way , and in similar fashion.

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