Sunday, February 6, The Curious Researcher: Chapter 4 This chapter was filled with a lot of important information I believe. In the beginning, Ballenger talked about how it is almost necessary to put yourself into your essay but you don't necessarily have to use the word "I. Another section of this chapter that stuck out to me was the page where he has all of the different lead ideas.
I've tried very hard throughout high school and college to have my homework and essays done early. I find I am less stressed and it feels good to know I can do something else that night.
Especially before tests, I try to have all my studying done weeks ahead of time and study up to a day before the test. Then the night before the test I just relax, go to bed on time, and get up ready for the test.
So overall I'm don't think this chapter applies as much to me. I already know it feels good to get the essay done ahead of time, so I already do it. I believe it makes the audience relate more, and sometimes it makes it more interesting. I use "I" in a lot of my essays, I feel it brings my voice into my essay.
It tells the reader this is my essay not just some random essay. I think it also can make it more interesting to read.
I liked the part about the introduction. In a paper my favorite parts to write are the introduction and the conclusion. I love finding interesting ways to start the paper then tie it into the ending, leaving the reader going, "wow, awesome.
Especially since its to college student who probably don't like reading other peoples essays anyway. First step was to choose a topic most people would find fun to read. I hope that I can use that and have them help critique my essay when they read it so I can get an even better essay.
So since my audience is more general and not as informed about the subject, my approach will more informal. I think the hardest thing for me when writing this essay will be blending in sources.
From the essays we've read, the most enjoyable have been the ones that blended in their sources. This section of the book will probably come in handy when I get to writing my essay and trying to use a source.These beautiful kids' books offer up beauty, mystery, an understanding of the natural world and an appreciation of birds.
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