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Writing Challenges – Overcoming Test Anxiety

As you know from class, our English Composition classes are issued several writing challenges geared toward helping you practice your writing skills.

Sometimes these challenges contain specific instructions for writing one of the three types of essays you will be tested on, and sometimes they will be generic assignments. Read the rest of this entry »

Martin Luther King, Jr.: Letter From Birmingham Jail

Hello everyone! Here is a link to Martin Luther King, Jr.’s “Letter from Birmingham Jail”.

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William Blake: Various Poems

William Blake is one of the poets that students are encouraged to be familiar with before going into the English Composition and Humanities exams.

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E.E. Cummings: Various Poems

One of the more interesting poets out there to try to interpret is E.E. Cummings, and it is recommended that students be familiar with his style before taking the Humanities and English Composition exams.

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Emily Dickinson: I Heard A Fly Buzz When I Died

Emily Dickinson’s “I Heard A Fly Buzz When I Died” is one poem that receives many levels of analysis when being interpreted, and students are encouraged to be familiar with her work for the English Composition and Humanities exams.

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How To Copy and Paste Text

Hello everyone! One computer question I receive frequently from students is how to copy and paste text.

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How to Print a Microsoft PowerPoint Document

Many of the classes offered at our nursing school are taught using Microsoft PowerPoint slides. Frequently, students have difficulty remembering how to best print these slides to bring to class or study from. Here are some basic instructions for how to print a PowerPoint file.

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Microsoft PowerPoint Printing Styles

Many of the classes offered at our nursing school are taught using Microsoft PowerPoint slides. Frequently, students have difficulty remembering how to best print these slides to bring to class or study from. Here are some basic instructions for how to decide which method of printing you want to use.

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English Composition – Argumentative Essays and Poetry

Looking for some help formulating an argumentative essay?  As you know, you can expect one on your examination.  Here are some ideas designed to help you along: Read the rest of this entry »

English Compostion Week 7 Activities

Week 7 Activities 10/11/10 Hello everyone! Here are the Week 7 Activities that the Fall 2010 class completed recently.

Week 7

Today we will cover the NEW essay type, the Revision Strategies essay.

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