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60 Free Essays on English Seminar Topic

  1. Personal Writing: What I Learned This Semester in English Class

    Personal Writing: What I Learned This Semester In English Class I feel this semester, only the first of many I will endure, was a successful one. The objective of the course was to make us better writers, and I certainly have improved. I learned what makes a paper good or bad, what makes it easie

  2. Jane English and the Analogy of the Hypnotized Attackers

    Paper #2: Jane English and the Analogy of the Hypnotized Attackers Mario P. Martinez November 6,1997 For our next paper I plan on discussing abortion as a social issue. I want to do this in the form of a critical paper This seems to be a very sticky subject and is one of the topi

  3. English

    For years, Division I athletes have been pouring their hearts out day after day, week after week, to protect the pride and tradition of their universities. With television contracts and shoe deals alone, the athletes are really bringing in the money and other forms of revenue. Sure, you can say that

  4. English Language Teaching

    Topic Literature Review: English Language Teaching Strategies for Learning-Disabled Secondary School Students Date : 26 November 2004 Introduction One of the aims of the Singapore Ministry of Education is to ensure that all school-going children receive a minimum ten years of general

  5. Evaluate the Most Important Arguments for a Cultural Historian in One of the Following Texts: E.P Thompsonn, 'the Making of the English Working Class'

    From looking at The making of the English Working Class it seems quite obvious that E.P Thompson's main arguments throughout his book are about the notion of ‘class', in particular the ‘making of the working class' ; and in order to evaluate his theories we must attempt to look at other historians

  6. Langston Hughes-Theme for English B

    Langston Hughes' "Theme for English B," is based on an assignment given to him by his english instructor at his college. He only has to write a page of whatever he wants and whatever he writes his true. Hughes takes it to a new level of intimacy by letting us get a glimpse of how he perceives life

  7. Status of English 12c-14c

    SEMINAR: THE STATUS OF ENGLISH: 12c – 14c 1. After the Norman conquest, English and Norman French had to coexst in England, but not exactly among some people. Those who belonged to the higher classes and wanted to stay like that, and have contact with the new Norman nobility, had to learn and sp

  8. English Language Learners

    English Language Learners Cooperative groups are used as a strategy for teaching ELL students. This strategy has been proven effective for teaching content material as well as a second language. In a cooperative group situation students are each given the opportunity to speak and participate.

  9. The English Housewife in Taming of the Shrew

    Katherine: The English Housewife The English Hus-wife, the second book in a two book compilation entitled Countrey Contentments written by Gervase Markham, flourished as a best seller in the early seventeenth century. Published in 1615, Markham extends the title to further elaborate the purpose of

  10. Improve English

    If you are intent to improve your English, you shouldn’t be hasty. Because learning is a process, which takes time, develops step by step and requires patience. First of all you should decide on which of your English skill is weakend and must be worked on.

  11. Politeness - a Comparison Between Chinese and English

    Table of contents 1. Introduction 2 2. Politeness – a theoretical approach 3 3. the concept of limao 4 4. Request strategies 4 4.1. Request strategies in Chinese 4 4.2. Request strategies in English 5 5. Forms of address 6 5.1. Forms of address in Chinese 6 5.2. Forms of

  12. The Navigational Acts of the English and French from 1650

    The purpose of the Navigational Acts of the English and French from 1650, were to eliminate ‘interlopers’ from trading with their respective colonies, and thus rid themselves of competition. The Dutch, having built an extensive trading relationship with the Caribbean colonies of both of these im

  13. Analysing the Performance of the English Premier League

    Analyzing the Performance of the English F.A. Premier League With an Econometric Frontier Model CARLOS PESTANA BARROS Technical University of Lisbon STEPHANIE LEACH Imperial College London This article uses an econometric frontier model to evaluate the performance of football clubs present i

  14. Euthanasia: a Hot Topic

    Heinrichs 1 Euthanasia: A Hot Topic Euthanasia is a sensitive topic. It is a classic paradox. To intentionally violate a basic human moral law in order to ease the suffering of another. Is it killing another person or releasing them from their earthly hell? When is euthanasia acceptable? At what p

  15. My Mentor in English

    There are a lot of things that could describe the word ‘mentor’. He/she is an experienced adviser and supporter, somebody, usually older and more experienced, who advises and guides a younger, less experienced person. A counselor, tutor, guide, guru, supporter and an adviser. For me, English

  16. The English Patient

    A young Canadian nurse, a Sikh bomb disposal expert, a thief turned spy, and a man burnt beyond recognition, meet in the last moments of the Second World War. The identity of the patient is the heart of the story as he tells his memories of a doomed love affair in the North African desert. Love and

  17. Strategies to Write in English

    Strategies to Write In English The writing process is an important part in academic writing. Pursuing a career or profession in any field requires someone to have a certain level of proficiency in writing. For most people it is evidently easier for them to produce a quality writing in their own la

  18. Globalization of English

    Globalization is not a new term and is generally viewed as an important issue today. One of the reasons is that globalization has many negative effects on human languages. People believe that globalization makes language loss occur rapidly. Skeptics of globalization say that it weakens and even dest

  19. Analisis on the English Language (Spanish)

    UNIVERSIDADES DE ANDALUCÍA BACHILLERATO PRUEBA DE ACCESO A LA UNIVERSIDAD ANÁLISIS DE TEXTO EN LENGUA EXTRANJERA(INGLÉS) Instrucciones: a) Duración: Una hora y treinta minutos. b) La puntuación de cada pregunta está indicada en las mismas. c) No se permite el uso de diccionario.

  20. English Essays

    Question 1: What is your favourite time of the year and why? Christmas is celebrated by Christians on the 25th of December every year. It is a special day whereby families gather joyfully to give and receive presents with open hearts. The main reason Christians celebrate Christmas is to reme

  21. English Writing

    Discursive Writing Discursive wirting discusses the situation at hand. It presents an argument in a more balanced way than argumentative and persuasive writing and can appreciate the arguments both for and against a given position. Discursive writing does not argue for or against a point througho

  22. English One

    Throughout the course of English One, I have learned many of the English language components. Without learning how to properly use the English language a person may not be able to proper in life as they would like. A person must be grammatically correct when talking, using the English language to

  23. Causes of the English Civil War

    One of the fundamental causes that led The English Civil War occurred during the reign of King James I, Charles’ father. While England was under the reign of King James I, Parliamentwas in control of, and was the major source of money for England. King James had very littlemoney, and was a strong

  24. English Patient

    Michael Ondaantje, author of The English Patient, and author Ernest Hemingway, who wrote A Farewell to Arms take the readers on a whole new journey set in the tragic time of war filled with stories of love and pain and loyalty which all of these feelings play an important role in the characters' liv

  25. English vs. Swedish 1-0

    English have been a big part of different areas in Swedish society since the technological globalization started. In Swedish schools it’s an important subject, in fact mandatory until ninth grade. The typical Swede is also exposed to the English language pretty much on a daily basis through televi

  26. French and English Foods, 13-1500's

    Subtleties, Power and Consumption: A Study of French and English Cuisine from 1300 to 1500 While it is difficult to fix precise dates to the Fall of Rome on one hand and the beginning of the Renaissance on the other, one thing is sure: referring to the time period as the Dark Ages ignores a ri

  27. English

    Prologue William Wordsworth is possibly the greatest Romantic poet to ever live. In his writings, his use of vivid descriptions, symbolism, and imagery are unmatched by any author past or present. Reading the poetry of Wordsworth is a unique experience that is both intellectual and enjoyable.

  28. Parental Involvement in Education - a Seminar Presentation

    This is a seminar presentation on the importance for parental involvement in the schooling process. It's a little sketchy, but may offer some ideas to someone approaching a similar topic. Write up Successful schooling opportunity formula and box for tally of parental involvement. So often we

  29. George Orwell’s Beliefs on the English Language

    In the essay written by George Orwell, he criticized contemporary writers for their lack of creativity and “staleness of imagery” (Orwell, George. Politics and the English Language, 1946) and linked them with the decline of the English language. He also mentioned that the decay of the English la

  30. Topic Analysis

    Topic Analysis. Adapted by Dixiana Parada from: Boridy, Ellen J. , UC Irving Librarian. Eight Simple Steps to Topic Analysis. Lecture transcript in Lebauer, Roni S. Learn to Listen; Listen to Learn. U.S.A.: Pearson, 1997. pp 32-35. We can think of libraries as storehouses of information w