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Tutor profile: Raima R.

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Raima R.
Tutor for eight years specializing in English and Social Sciences for levels K-12!
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Subject: Writing

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What are the main components of a well-written essay?

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Answer:

Introduction - Introduce the idea which you will be discussing. Make sure the last sentence in the introduce has your thesis or the main argument you are trying to make. The Body- These should be paragraphs that provide a deep-dive or analysis to support your argument with details and examples. Conclusion - This should only be only a few sentences and typically as long as your intro. It should wrap up your argument and be concise.

Subject: International Relations

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What are the UN's 17 Sustainable Development Goals?

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GOAL 1: No Poverty GOAL 2: Zero Hunger GOAL 3: Good Health and Well-being GOAL 4: Quality Education GOAL 5: Gender Equality GOAL 6: Clean Water and Sanitation GOAL 7: Affordable and Clean Energy GOAL 8: Decent Work and Economic Growth GOAL 9: Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure GOAL 10: Reduced Inequality GOAL 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities GOAL 12: Responsible Consumption and Production GOAL 13: Climate Action GOAL 14: Life Below Water GOAL 15: Life on Land GOAL 16: Peace and Justice Strong Institutions GOAL 17: Partnerships to achieve the Goal

Subject: English

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Suppose a student is assigned to read To Kill a Mockingbird for class? What are some key themes discussed in the story?

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Key themes discussed in To Kill a Mockingbird are prejudice, racism, and poverty. Boo Radley, who lived next to Scout all her life, never harmed anyone. Yet everyone in the neighborhood misjudged him and believed that he was a villain simply because he never left his home. Atticus says you can never really know what someone is going through unless you walk around in their skin, and he says this to demonstrate how one must not judge others, especially when not knowing what they are going through. The book also explores racism and poverty, where a large part of the plot revolves around an innocent black man accused of raping a white woman, who in reality made advances towards him. However, living in a prejudiced society in the south when the story was written, a black man did not stand a chance at a fair trial. The woman's family is known as "white trash" as they are poor and uneducated and the woman's father is known as the town drunk. However, the judge still rules in their favor because they are white. Atticus is given the chance to represent the black man, and is consistently threatened throughout the book for defending a black man, displaying the deep rooted racism in society in the 1930's in Alabama.

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