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Subject: Writing

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Every essay and/or must contain a thesis statement. Please explain what a thesis statement is, where it is usually placed in the context of the essay, and what it accomplishes.

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Answer:

A thesis statement, also referred to as a claim, is a statement in writing that essentially explains what the author is attempting to prove to the reader. The entirety of the essay will connect back to the thesis statement. The thesis statement is most often found in the introduction paragraph of an essay.

Subject: English

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Correct the sentence of any spelling and/or grammar errors: the qick brown fox named piper jumpped over the lazy white dogg who's name is spot

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The quick brown fox, named Piper, jumped over the lazy white dog, whose name is Spot.

Subject: Communication

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As social media becomes the standard for communicating, how do you practice media literacy? In your answer, be sure to include the definition of media literacy and why it is important.

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Media literacy involves analyzing the information that is disseminated by media outlets, whether traditional or non-traditional. In analyzing the information, media users grow to understand the impact media has on the general public and the way it affects our everyday lives. As social media has become a standard form of communication, the concept of media literacy has never been more important. Therefore, social media users must do their own due diligence to ensure they are informed on a situation to the greatest extent before drawing their own opinions. Facts of the story must be verified through as many sources as possible. Individuals must be willing to look past news sources that align with their viewpoints. Media users can consult data charts, quotes, and witness verifications. It sounds silly to say, but the simple fact is that one cannot take what they see on social media as the utmost truth.

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