Tutor profile: Vinson J.
Did you create a strong hook or present the topic of your essay in the beginning? For instance, if you like cake, cake falls under the umbrella of deserts. Although there are various deserts, how can you convince me that cake is the best desert to have?
First let's right a list of the all the good things you like about cake: frosting, the texture, and various flavors. Now you have a beginning to get the reader interested in reading why you have that perspective. Each one of these traits will become a paragraph, so you can put a 1 by frosting, 2 by texture, and 3 by various flavors. These number will help you maintain the order you want to elaborate on the topic. Next, for each trait you like, we'll come up with four sentences and that will create your paragraphs. After we finish with the first few paragraphs we'll work on the conclusion.
After reading each stanza in the poem, identify the figurative language used? Also, the theme of the poem.
In stanza 1, the author chose to use metaphors to highlight Karen's hair. Line 3 said, "Her hair consisted of waves that would calm a boat." The author's overall theme was about how serenity can be found in beauty.
If two students are talking and off-task? How do you get the students back on-task? Do you yell at them? Do you single them out?
No, the proper way to solve the situation would be to walk within proximity to show the students that you're aware that they are off-task. This can also be a great way to build a bond with the students if you overheard the conversation and can find a way to use your background knowledge.
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