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A comparision/contrast esay

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Question;Hi;You can write a comparision/contrast esay (see detail the;following guide or file attached).;Length: 2,5 pages (MLA);You can choose any topics for this essay.;Due 4:00 PM on Thurday;3/20/2014;Brief Guide to Writing A Comparison/Contrast Essay;Writing a comparison/contrast paper involves comparing and;contrasting two subjects. A;comparison shows how two things are alike. A contrast shows;how two things are different.;Choosing;a Topic;When you choose a topic, be sure not to choose two totally;unrelated subjects. You must start with;subjects that have some basic similarities.;For instance, you could choose to;compare/contrast two movies, two authors, two modes of;transportation, or two sports figures, but you would not want to try to compare;train travel and Babe Ruth!;Brainstorming;The first thing you want to do is brainstorm everything you;know about each subject and then go back and look for connections that show;similarities and differences, which might look something like this;Autumn;Spring;cooler;warmer;leaves change;flowers bloom;brilliant colors;trees bloom;precedes winter;precedes summer;death;birth;Developing a Thesis;The thesis statement will evolve from the brainstorming.;Look at your list and ask yourself some questions.;Is there something important, significant, or;interesting in the similarities and;differences on my list?;What have I discovered about autumn and spring?;After looking at the list, a thesis statement might be;Although there is exquisite beauty in the seasons of autumn;and spring, there are;also distinctions which allow each season to stand on its;own.;Organizing the Essay;The introduction of your essay should mention both subjects;and end with a strong and clearly defined thesis statement.;There are two primary ways to organize the body of your;paper, the divided pattern and the alternating pattern.;To follow the divided pattern, give all supporting details;for one subject and then give all;supporting details for the other subject;Paragraphs 1-3 in Body;Discuss and give supporting details for subject 1 (Autumn);Paragraphs 4-6 in Body;Discuss and give supporting details for subject 2 (Spring);To follow the alternating pattern, alternate the details;from one side of the comparison or contrast to the other;Paragraph 1 in Body;Discuss and give supporting details for subject 1 (Autumn);Paragraph 2 in Body;Discuss and give supporting details for subject 2 (Spring);Paragraph 3 in Body;Discuss and give further supporting details for subject 1 (Autumn);Paragraph 4 in Body;Discuss and give further supporting details for subject 2 (Spring);The conclusion of your paper should include final;correlations about the two subjects and a;restatement of your thesis.;Be sure as you write the paper that you follow the organized;structure of comparison and contrast and give details and examples to support;the similarities and differences you have chosen.;Thank you

 

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