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Tutor profile: Jennifer M.

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Subject: Writing

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How can a writer create an effective counterclaim when writing an argument piece?

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The writer should first identify the opposing argument, then predict the reasons that the opposing side will provide for that argument. The writer should then explain why each of these reasons is wrong or inconsequential.

Subject: US History

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Describe the women's rights movement in the 1920s.

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In the early 20th century and before, women did not have as many rights as men. For example, they did not have the right to vote. Women’s groups protested and women gained the right to vote in 1920. During the time after the Civil War as abolitionists sought to gain equal rights for African Americans, more women began to realize that they were also being oppressed and could fight for their rights too. Women also began to work more during the wars while men were fighting, and realized that it should be their choice whether to work or stay home.

Subject: English

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How does Emily Dickinson use personification to support the theme of mortality in "Because I could not stop for death"?

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Emily Dickinson supports the theme of mortality by using literary elements such as personification, imagery, and tone. She portrays Death as person by giving him human like qualities. For example, she describes Death as a gentlemanly chauffeur who "kindly" stops for her to take her to the afterlife.

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