How To Do Short Essay

Being short can be a challenge because you have to fit all the points you want to make into five paragraphs and here’s what you are supposed to put in the paragraphs the first paragraph of the five paragraph essay is the introduction I’ll be explaining later how you make an introduction paragraph the next part of the essay is called the body because it’s in the middle just like your body which is between your head and your how do I say it your waist yeah that’s it so the body is the largest portion of the essay and it is three paragraphs that’s where you use your sources and try to persuade your reader so far with the introduction in the body we have accounted for four of the five essay paragraphs the last paragraph is the conclusion so how you figure out what to put in an essay is that you select a position meaning you choose an issue and decide if you are in favor for it or against it in this class for each essay I will assign you the issue so in this class you will just have to pick between being in favor of or being against the topic for your essay. Learn more about different types of essays and how to write them on Edusson.

Then your goal in the body of the paper is to provide good points and evidence for those good points to persuade whoever is reading your essay to agree with your position to do that successfully you have to defend your position with facts that come from sources other than you don’t worry if you are not ready to write an essay like that right now I need to first explain to you how I’m going to use the word thesis when talking about essays now a lot of you have heard the word thesis before especially when it comes to college a lot of master’s degree students need to write a thesis which is a large document about a research project but in the essay world a thesis means something slightly different it also can be called a thesis statement in the essay world the thesis or thesis statement is exactly one sentence that presents the argument that the whole essay will be built around sometimes my students say I thought you said I have to say an opinion where does that come in well the thesis statement or thesis is actually a sentence with an opinion argument embedded into it but it’s sneaky because it doesn’t have obvious opinion words like I think or my opinion is here.

I’ll give you an example from my favorite place to get examples the Olive High School graduate should be required to take a year off to pursue community service projects before entering college in order to increase their maturity and global awareness now some of you can see the hidden opinion in there but just in case you can I’ll show you where it is here see how it says high school graduates should be required so think about it another thesis we could say is high schools graduates should not be required and that would be two opposite opinions also there’s even a little more opinion embedded in this example thesis statement it says that high school graduates pursuing community service projects would increase their maturity in global awareness but that’s an opinion to some people don’t think community service projects would do that.

Essay Is Like A Sandwich

I feel like actually the introduction sometimes it’s a couple of paragraphs most of the time it’s only the first paragraph but this one is more informative it kind of tells us like what the situation is it is a little bit attention-grabbing saying like most people think I’ve read past there and saying that he owes his knowledge to prison which is surprising but it’s more informative the other one kind of had a light-hearted tone to it this one is a little more serious I feel like so then we go to body in the body paragraphs this is between the introduction in the canoe it’s pretty much the meat of the sandwich over to think of the essay like a sandwich but it has all your supporting ideas and it has the evidence so the quotations the paraphrase is the summaries which we’ll go over later on in class.

But it brings in all those things the plot so thinking specifically about your literacy narrative it has the plot in it so what happens in the story we’re gonna we’re gonna hear about it in the body paragraph you know piece by piece the dialogue the different things that happen in the story it advances and complicates the thesis this kind of applies to the later essays that we you know will be writing because I don’t really feel like your literacy narrative will have a thesis per se but it but it just moves the essay forward this Bott the body pair body paragraphs are the meat of the essay and kind of just have all your main ideas in it the supporting evidence that you find for it all the different things that happen in your essay kind of go through the body paragraph and you’re discussing everything in it.

So in terms of your literacy narrative this is where you’re going to have your dialogue what happens in this story the different parts of the plot and it’s going to have your your kind of your transformation through this through this essay is going to happen in your body paragraph so if you want to talk about how you went from hating writing or to kind of finding some appreciation for it you know this is just an example it’s going to you’re gonna see that in the body paragraphs okay a conclusion is at the end as the name implies it concludes your essay it reviews so the conclusion can do many different things it can review the major ideas and it most likely will review the major ideas it summarizes what people just read it can have a look ahead so okay now that you have read you know what I have said in this essay here’s what I want you to walk away with here’s what I want you to do going forward it’s a call it can sometimes be a call to action so like okay especially if you’re writing an argumentative essay you know sometimes maybe about environmental issues or something that you social issue that you want to see changed like okay now go recycle or something right.

Basic essay writing structure

So, let’s consider a basic essay-writing structure and when I say ‘essay’ writing, I mean most assignments you’ll be doing have a structure which looks something like this and I’ve divided this part into the sections of the writing and their function.

The first section is an introductory section. Now everything you write at the University will have carry with it, will have a word count and you’re expected to write within plus or minus ten percent of that word count. The introduction has around five percent of the word count. It has two functions, the first of which is to set the context of the paper, to position the essay for the reader.

And the second is to state the thesis or the position, your position, in relation to the topic, and it’ll have some type of expression at the end of the introductionwhich says something like ‘this paper examines’, ‘this paper looks at’, ‘this paper proposes that’. The second part is the body or the main part is the body it takes ninety percent of the word count. This is always divided into paragraphs. The paragraphs make up the sections and the sections follow the structure proposed in your initial thesis in the introduction.

So, if you’re saying this essay examines A, B and C, they are the sectional- that is the sectional order of your paper. Now, those sections will be divided into paragraphs.

The final part of the paper will be your concluding section, again, carries about 5% of the word count expectation, and in this part you need to wrap up briefly summarise what you’ve written about and, importantly, you offer some type of conclusion about what the paper, what you’ve come to, what you now know don’t just stop it at the summary. Going back to the idea of the word count, let’s look at an example of a paper with 2,000 words. If we think about the five percent requirement for the introduction we’re looking at about a hundred words, if I just distribute the rest of the words amongst these three sections we might see it might look something like this.

That first section being only 300 would would imply that it’s somewhat of a descriptive section maybe with definitions of terms, so a tip … where you have analytical sectionsthey are worth or they carry more of the word countthan descriptive sections.So parts which are describing what the topic is, it defines some key terms, those parts of the paper will be less substantive than the parts were you engage with the ideas, the analysis. Another tip, at this stage write your intro and your conclusion last. Write the body parts first, write the intro and conclusion parts last. They’ll make more sense to you then. What you’re trying to achieve is a sense of a narrative thread through the paper which is gained by a logical sequenceand a logical structure and paragraphs which seem to make sense following each other in the way that I’ve described.

Interviewing Advice – Some things not to do…

Throughout the course of my career I’ve had the opportunity to conduct quite a few interviews. Being on the other side of the table gives you quite a different perspective when it comes to interviewing.

My favorite interviewing experience happened while I was working for an online essay checker company. The interview was going good, and then one of the interviewers asked the applicant a “hard” question. He looked at us, thought for a second, and then stated, “I have an answer to that one. Just a second.” He proceeded to open up the notebook he brought, flip through the pages, and then, when he finally found what he was looking for, he read us the answer he had prepared.

Throughout the course of my career I’ve had the opportunity to conduct quite a few interviews. Being on the other side of the table gives you quite a different perspective when it comes to interviewing.

Anyone see a problem with this? Think of an interview as a test – a closed book test. Everyone knows that you have prepared for the test. You’ve gone over questions you are likely to be asked and prepared answers for them. Just make sure that when you answer the questions in the interview that you don’t read them off a cheat sheet. That won’t impress anyone.

At another company, I was interviewing a recent high school graduate for a data entry position. The position required plenty of computer experience, so one of the questions we asked dealt with the types of software applications that the applicant is familiar with. The applicant’s initial response to the question was, “Windows.” Ok, good start. The problem came when I asked him to be a little more specific about the types of software he has used in Windows. He thought about it for a second and then replied that he was familiar with Paint. Microsoft Paint!?! The painting program that little kids use?

Ok, that wasn’t my reaction (out loud anyway). I refrained from laughing because I’ve found that applicants don’t like to be laughed at during interviews.

Make sure that your answers are relevant to the position for which you are applying. I’m familiar with Solitaire, but I’m not going to bring it up in a job interview – unless I’m applying to deal cards at a casino and even then I’d think twice about it. When you are interviewing, you are trying to show the interviewer that you are a good fit for the position and you understand what you are getting yourself into. Explaining your proficiency with Paint when interviewing for a position that has nothing to do with it doesn’t earn you any points.

So, what have we learned? When interviewing, remember two things. First, make sure that you prepare for the interview, but NO CHEAT SHEETS! Second, make sure that the answers you give during the interview are relevant to the position for which you are applying. If you don’t know how a question relates, ask!

Strange Questions During Job Interviews

Finally, you created a professional resume and you were invited to the first interview. The majority of job seekers already know that questions that may appear during job interviews hardly ever occur in our everyday talks. “What is his most serious mistake, where would he like to be in five years’ time?” There are hardly any inexperienced candidates who would be surprised by questions like these. Although, the world turns round even with the experienced job hunter when the leader of the interview asks “what kind of animal would you like to be, and why?”

Job hunters consider this question as one of the most stupid job interview questions in the world. Different variations of this question are known, the animal may be substituted in the question by the tool, furniture, part of your body or anything else. The most shocking one is the American version that asks the candidate what make of car he would like to be. Of course, it is the year and color that interest the leader of the interview. Behind the interview questions, seeming to be stupid at the first sight there is the Metamorphoses test, worked out by a French psychologist, Jacqueline Royer, in which the motives of the examined person are tried to be mapped with the help of similar questions.

The interpretation of the selected animal, the cultural meaning of an object as it is (for example dolphin = intelligence, helpfulness) is made on this basis. The person who selects the dolphin is not inevitably intelligent and helpful, but at least he would like to be, as the test suggests. An HR specialist does not do anything else but tries to deduce the candidate’s marked personality from the cultural meaning of the selected animal or object.

More exactly, he tries to point to the fact if the particular personality suits the applied position. For example – as an HR specialist gave it away – to the question “what kind of animal would you like to be?” eagle may be good at a financial applied position since an eagle can see through everything. But “eagle” is a bad answer in a position where teamwork is expected. The worst answer is when the applicant cannot or does not want to answer. And presumably one does not get the desired job who accepting a blogger’s advice declares, “I would like to be an animal that feeds on you”.

The Interviewer Won’t Let Me Talk

Janice, a client of mine told me of a recent interview with a legal firm.  She said from the minute the interview started, he talked about himself the whole time.  She now knows that he is the managing  partner, he drives a Lexus and has an antique corvette that rarely gets out of the garage.  Intently she listend to him go on about his ski trips and exercise routine, thinking eventually she could use this information to build a rapore with him.

The opportunity to talk never came.  He only asked one question, “Why should we hire you?”  What do you think she should have done?  The interviewer was clearly conservative, and had set opinions on how women should behave.  If Janice had foribly taken control of the conversation, do you not agree he would have reacted defensively.  Sadly, in the end, he would most  likely make his decision based on the looks of the applicant, how intenlty they listened, and their resume.  Clearly a case where body language is going to play a key role.

On the other hand, should Janice want to work for a law firm that apparently lets its laywers exercise questionable practices?  A job’s a job, isn’t it?  In these hard time you can’t be choosey.  Besides, some of life’s best lessons are learned in the muddy trenches, if you can sort the dirt out.

Janice had to make a concious decision to let the interview slip away.  When you are faced with this situation, yah best be ready with a plan.  You can use “parlor” tricks like dropping your portfolio and making enough of a ruccuss retrieving it that you can interject comments about yourself during the breif hecitation that would follow your slip up.  Interupting with a simple “excuse me, but…” may show the interviewer you’re not a push over who is going to just sit there while the opportunity melts away.

Why Are The Full Time Positions Disappearing?

Why are nine-to-five jobs in the traditional sense are forced back and why the entrepreneur-style employment or other atypical employment forms are spreading nowadays? The answer is very simple.

The environmental pollution of a given company can be considered as emission of harmful substances and as it is one of the production expenses. But the cost is not paid by the firm but the society in the form of low-quality water or air, lung cancer and others. The firm makes its expense exterior. This approach got into the main stream of economics thanks to Coase and Pigou’s works. It has become the main ideological basis of environment protection taxes.

To make expenses exterior is essential for every company. Not because the company leaders are wicked, although there may be some among them, but the logic of economic life dictates it. If the company is big enough and it is superior to its partners, it can make its expenses exterior more easily. A big commercial firm can collect shelf prize for example, and a part of the sales expense can be burdened on its suppliers. Really big factories can afford that they order for shorter period of time and smaller quantities from their suppliers at favourable prices. So the big company reduces its storage expenses and the supplier itself has to maintain a big warehouse because of this, to be able to satisfy a big (probably the only) customer’s changing demands.

The companies with one or two exceptions have bigger superiority nowhere but opposite their own employees. The companies have strong economic interest in getting rid of expenses related to traditional form of employment. Paid annual holiday, notice period, severance pay and of course the accessory costs are expenses that the companies shift to others with pleasure. Nobody can blame them because of this. Why should they do anything differently from the way what heir economic interest dictates.

All this implies that the labour market turns into a more flexible one. However, flexibility means that employees’ safety decreases. All this has social expenses just as environmental pollution. Stress, stomach-related diseases, indebted families getting into misery unexpectedly. Somebody has to bear expenses, there is no free lunch. Atypical employment forms are necessary, of course. Particularly we mean those forms that leave the employees’ employee rights, for example part-time employment. The safety of the traditional employment does not suit all employees because of its constraints. For the majority it would suit very well but it is not available for everybody after all.

Online Education 5 Ideas To Learn Fast And Efficient

Learning atmosphere in online education could be totally difference compared to traditional method of learning within the class. If you wish to be considered a effective online student, you have to discover the fast and efficient online learning abilities.

Here are very helpful guidelines to help you learn fast and efficient in online learning atmosphere.

Tip #1: Convert Text To Audio Format

Most learning materials of online education involve text materials. Although increasingly more online learning materials are available in audio and video formats, majority continue to be in text format. You might download the document or read them directly via browser. For college students preferring to listen to lecture than reading through lecture notes in written format, gaining knowledge from text materials could be a real challenge. Fortunately, you will find software and tools which you can use to transform the manuscripts into audio format and save it as being MP3 file. Using the convenient of recent devices like cell phones and audio players, you are able to play these audio recordings whenever and then any placed you like. This can accelerate your learning process while reaping helpful benefits from the benefits of online education.

Tip #2: See clearly making notes

The effective learning abilities don’t just involve reading through, but you must know it and employ it. The easiest way of learning a understanding is as simple as reading through it making the key notes. Then, you need to review these notes every once in awhile to make certain you realize the contents. You are able to prepare the notes in small bits of papers to ensure that you are able to take along and browse it whenever and from anywhere, for instance like when you’re awaiting bus, at train or when you are awaiting friend at coffee shop. For those who have wise devices like iPad, apple iphone or Universe Tab, you may make the notes digitally too.

Tip #3: Join online forums and discussion groups

The easiest method to make certain you realize a subject or subject you’ve learned is as simple as discussing it with other people. In online education, you do not have classmates that meet simultaneously for discussion, but you will see online forums and discussion groups in the online schools that you could join and share the understanding you’ve learned. Make use of the facilities and positively have fun playing the discussion periods.

Tip #4: Blogging

Blogging is yet another efficient way of learning. Produce a blog associated with the topic you’ll have taken in online education. After you have read a topic, attempt to write your learning for your blog. Get the blog linked to internet sites so other online students or internet viewers can find your site and provide comments around the subjects you’ve shared inside your blog.

Tip #5: Relax and Refresh your mind and the body

You’ll have the ability to absorb understanding more effectively for those who have a brand new brain and relaxed body. So, don’t give an excessive amount of pressure to yourself. Sometimes, you have to have a relaxation, choose an entertainment and do enough exercises to maintain your mind and body in the best level to soak up new understanding.

Summary

Online learning abilities are needed for any effective online students. The above mentioned five are some of the ideas to learn fast and efficient in online learning atmosphere.

Phone Interview Tips

Why are phone interview tips importance? Why should candidates be prepared for phone interview questions ? Because this is the first round of interview which most candidates get weeded out quickly. The interviewer would sound friendly but be on guard and bear in mind that the person is screening you and how you performed during the conversation would determine your chances of being invited for the next round of interview.

Phone interview might be done by the interviewer or someone assisting him/her. It serves a few purposes:

1) verify missing or unclear information in CV such as working experience & qualification

2) assess candidates  interaction ability

3) assess candidates  passion and zeal towards joining the organization and the job

More often than not, phone interview take place when a larger than expected pool of candidates applied for one vacancy. It is the faster and most straightforward method to reduce the candidate numbers to a manageable size for the next stage of more time consuming interview.

Very important phone interview tip – if you want to stay in the selection process till the end, give what the interviewer is looking for come across as:

1) Confident

2) Energetic

3) Polite

4) Attentive

5) Professional

6) Knowledgeable

7) Passionate for the job

In order to sound energetic and attentive, you should either be in a standing position or sitting tall. Stop every task you are doing. Do not allow yourself to be interrupted or distracted. Put on a smile. As you might hear it many times before, the person on the other end of the phone, might not see you but he/she can hear your smile and energy level.

If you received a call for phone interview at work, quickly step out or aside, from the ear shoot of your colleagues.

Go to a quiet environment where you can engage with the interviewers in private and at length. If not, politely explained your situation and request for name, contact number and time to return call. And do return call as you have promised. If the person did not pick up the call and you need to leave a message on the voice mail or with his/her colleague, do provide the essential information like your name, purpose of call and contact number. Never provide your present office phone number even if it is your direct line.

Use the phone interview to your advantage too.

Check with the person on the Company’s culture, dress code and how the shortlisted candidates would be assessed subsequently. For example, number of interviews, panel of interviewers, types of assessments and start date. However, resist from keeping the interviewer on the line for too long or start getting casual with him/her. Stay professional throughout the call and ensure you are speaking in a constant and calm voice. Learn other phone interview tips with your personal career coach.