cause and effect essay discussing a historical event
Write a cause and effect essay discussing a historical event. Be sure to focus on either the cause or the effect of the event. Also, try to focus your paper on a specific event. For example, instead of writing about the Second World War, you should focus on a moment in that war, such as the attack on Pearl Harbor. Remember to be specific and detailed in your writing. Some things you might want to think about:
• What was the causal chain that led to the event?
• What were the ramifications of the event? How is the world different because of it?
Write a comparison-contrast essay discussing the differences between two famous historical figures. Focus on specific similarities and differences. Feel free to use specific examples from different spheres of influences, like music, film or literature, but be sure that they are analogous. Some things you might want to think about:
• What are the backgrounds of the individuals?
• Where are they from?
• Discuss their achievements and accolades.
• What is the public perception of these people?
• Students will practice different types of invention strategies.
• Students will appeal to the emotions of their audience in their own essays.
• Students will write effective introductions.
• Students will experiment with analytical skills.
• Students will practice cause and effect and comparison
3.Reflect on Each CMA
For each CMA: copy the results into the End of Course subsection of the Reflections on Mathematics section of your Assignment and write between 1 to 6 paragraphs reflecting on your performance
Task 2 Interpretation of a Graph
Section 2, The health of Australians – an overview
Complete the following:
• Choose a graph. Read the context around the graph to gain an understanding about why the graph was included and what it means.
• Copy and paste graph from the article to the Interpretation of a Graph section of your Assignment 3 Word document.
• Create an automatically created bulleted list below the graph, similar to the following:
• Identify the title, labels, units and scale for your graph, and add this information next to the appropriate bullet point. Exercise 6.2 Graph Features provides an example that demonstrates this.
• Pick two key points (physical places in the graph) and write at least two sentences interpreting these points. Add this below the bulleted list. Exercise 6.2 Graph Features and Exercise 6.5 Trend Graph Interpretation provide examples of how to do this.
• Answer the following questions in an automatically created numbered list:
1. How was this graph linked to the body of the article? Quote a specific part of the article to demonstrate this
2. Was the information clear and easy to interpret? Explain your answer with reference to the graph.
Example 6.2 Incidence of Cancer may help you with this task