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Does this title make sense? Topic: War titles for essays
July 22, 2019 / By Dolena
Question: i have to create a creative title for my history essay which is about how world war 1 led to world war 2 which led to the cold war, so it is mainly about how history is a series of events rather than just separate isolated ones and my title is THE AFFECTS AND EFFECTS OF HISTORY.
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Carly Carly | 4 days ago
No, sorry, that will not work. In most cases, the word "affect" is a verb, but you have used it as a noun by writing "the affects." How about something like this? The Domino Theory Interconnection The Interconnection of Actions in Modern History One Step Leads to Another Best wishes with your essay! It sounds like the whole reason we need to study history is really getting through to you. :)
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Carly Originally Answered: Does this paragraph make sense, and how would I reword it into something that does make sense?
First, why do you say obsession? Are you pulling this information from a reliable source or from your personal observations? If you are using an outside reference to make this statement, please provide the source. If this is from personal observations, what proof do you have? Second, why are only the parents being targeted for the blame? Parents may think their children are watching an age-appropriate cartoon and not realize all the innuendos added by the producer.
Carly Originally Answered: Does this paragraph make sense, and how would I reword it into something that does make sense?
No it does not make sense. The first sentence should be more of a road map to the point you want to make. Example: Parental supervision is important in forming good television habits in children. The last sentence is conclusive, but lacks information...What are parents to blame for? The paragraph has not illustrated any drawbacks to the child's unrestricted television time. "Obsessions" is the only real description you have of the hazard of tv. Another error is the use of "they" in the first sentence. The reader does not know if the children are influenced by the shows their parents watch, or if the parents influence the children by choosing the shows that the children watch. My last recommendation is that you re-write the paragraph with actual examples and citations. Each statement you make should be supported by three ideas or examples. Example: Parental supervision is important in forming good television habits in children. Parents should supervise what shows their children watch, how long their children watch, and how television effects their children. Improper programs may lead to.... Too much television is bad because... Eating or (add habit here) during TV time can lead to... A child's well being may very well be at risk if they are babysat by the television, and it is the parents whom are to blame.
Carly Originally Answered: Does this paragraph make sense, and how would I reword it into something that does make sense?
I think u really need to redo all this. The idea itself is there, but u'r sentences just don't make much sense. For example maybe u should start with the idea of how kids in the young age absorb all the information they see and hear and how television affects kids in the negative way and then you can write that even though television has a big influence on kids, parents are the ones who can controll it, and as u wrote if they don't it's their fault. don't try to put all u'r ideas in one sentence, take your time and make sure the reader will understand u hope it helps at least a little

Anette Anette
only if you are going to talk about the emotional and physical changes that happened during this period.
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Anette Originally Answered: Could you help me make this make more sense?more symbolically, emotionally? thanks?
This is amazingly reminiscent of Kate Chopin's "The Awakening." If you wrote this, I might suggest reading some of her work. As to improving this piece, I might write about what specifically she did differently (chores, parties, etc.) once she began to hide behind her smile. While you give a lot of description about its effect on her, it is all somewhat general and therefore lacks the pointedness necessary to really drive it home. I would try to isolate specific events that would act symbolically as the culmination of her falsehood and superficiality.
Anette Originally Answered: Could you help me make this make more sense?more symbolically, emotionally? thanks?
its about a girl who obviously has had a rough life, abused, or cruely treated in some way. then she decides to wear a "costume and mask" so to speak, to hide what she is really feeling inside. so to everyone she knew , nothing was wrong with her, she lead a perfect life. and after so long of making everyone believe that, she sort of forgot about her true self, the one that could feel. and she became robotic, and un feeling, in order to stop all the pain she once felt. at the end, she realises that she is living a "happy happy, plastic barbie girl world" and that the smile was the worst thing that could have happened to her, because she never got to move on with the emotions she was hiding. i really hope i helped you a little.

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