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Body Paragraphs | UAGC Writing Center

Apps can facilitate versatility in children’s literacy experiences by providing opportunities for reading and writing, and to listen and communicate through a range of scenarios and activities” (p. 70). By this explanation, an app on a tablet can provide students an alternate medium for education while introducing them to technology literacy.

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Writing a Counterargument Paragraph | UAGC Writing Center

Posted: (52 years ago) With any argument or position, there are alternative or opposing positions. These opposing positions are called counterarguments. Think of it this way: if my argument is that dogs are better pets than cats because they are more social, but you argue that cats are better pets because they are more self-sufficient, your position is a counterargumentto my position.

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Writing a Thesis Statement | UAGC Writing Center

Posted: (52 years ago) The kind of thesis statement you write will depend on the type of paper you are writing. Here is how to write the different kinds of thesis statements: Argumentative Thesis Statement: Making a Claim. An argumentative thesis states the topic of your paper, your position on the topic, and the reasons you have for taking that position.

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Steps to Avoiding Plagiarism | UAGC Writing Center

Posted: (52 years ago) Step 4: Check Your Work for Possible Plagiarism. It’s always a good idea to use a tool to check that you have properly used outside sources in your work. One tool you can use to help you with this is Turnitin. Turnitin is a tool that helps identify potential plagiarism within a submitted assignment. This tool compares students’ work with ...

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Chicago Manual Style | UAGC Writing Center

Posted: (52 years ago) The Chicago Manual of Style (CMS) is the preferred formatting and style guidelines used by the disciplines of history, philosophy, religion, and the arts. This quick reference guide focuses on how to format the title page, the notes, and bibliography citations in Chicago Manual Style 17 edition.

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How to Make a PowerPoint Presentation | UAGC Writing Center

Posted: (52 years ago) If you would like to make text or images appear, disappear, or move as you present, consider adding animations to your slide elements. Adding animations allows you to time your information with clicks, so content only appears when you want it to, instead of all at once.

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APA Formatting for Microsoft Word | UAGC Writing Center

Posted: (52 years ago) Within a Microsoft Word document: 1. Click on the INSERT tab at the top of the page. 2. Click on the " Page Number " tool to open a menu of options. 3. Select " Top of Page " and " Plain Number 3 " options. 4. Double click outside of the top margin of your paper to get back to the text area of your document.

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Academic Voice | UAGC Writing Center

Posted: (52 years ago) Apps can facilitate versatility in children’s literacy experiences by providing opportunities for reading and writing, and to listen and communicate through a range of scenarios and activities (Kervin, 2016). By this explanation, an app on a tablet can provide students an alternate medium for education while introducing them to technology ...

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Grammarly | UAGC Writing Center

Posted: (52 years ago) Grammarly is a free proofreading tool available to University of Arizona Global Campus students.Grammarly flags mistakes and helps you make sure your writing is clear and mistake-free. Grammarly is the best support for grammatical errors. Paper Review and Live Writing Tutoring are less effective for grammar, punctuation, and spelling.

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Writing Clearly & Concisely | UAGC Writing Center

Posted: (52 years ago) Choose the word that most clearly conveys your meaning. English words generally have two types of meanings: a denotative meaning (the descriptive dictionary definition of a word) and a connotative meaning (the emotional impact of a word). The connotation can be positive or negative. For example, the words slender, thin, and skinny have the same ...

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Compare & Contrast Assignments | UAGC Writing Center

Posted: (52 years ago) When using point-by-point method, arrange your paragraph according to the main points, rather than by topic. The paragraph will discuss each of your main points, but include discussions of both topics as they relate to each of your points.. For example, if you were using a point-by-point method to compare and contrast academic writing and professional writing, you might talk about similarities ...

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