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Tutor profile: Isabella T.

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Isabella T.
Master's Student and Graduate Tutor/Instructor at FSU
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Subject: Writing

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Is writing dependent upon a student's individual talent and ability or is it a skill that can be crafted?

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Isabella T.
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Writing is a skill that can be practiced and improved upon. All great writers had to start somewhere! Writing is a process that employs knowledge and hard work.

Subject: Literature

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What is the difference between summary and analysis?

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In summary of any writing, you will communicate the events that took place or the points that were made. In an analysis, you will consider why or how these took place and why or how the author chose to communicate that information to their readers.

Subject: English

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What do thesis statements and topic sentences do for an essay?

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Thesis statements and topic sentences allow you to structure and focus your paper on the point you are making. Thesis statements communicate your stance and reasoning to the reader. Your topic sentences allow you to direct the reader's attention to your specific point for any given paragraph.

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