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Tutor profile: Michael L.

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Michael L.
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Subject: Writing

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Describe a few ways in which you could prepare your ideas/thoughts before you begin writing your paper/assignment as assigned by your teacher......

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Michael L.
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There are many ways to prepare and organize your thoughts before your final submission to your teacher: 1. Use a brain dump, brainstorm, and write anything you may know about the topic in a list format. 2. Use a Venn Diagram to organize ideas and connecting concepts. 3. Create notecards of notes and phrases that can help connect your writing concepts BEFORE placing them in an organized format. 4. Write a rough draft and have two different people proof read it. 5. Create an outline of what will be included in the Introduction, Body, and Conclusion BEFORE you being writing. 6. Use peer editing techniques

Subject: Study Skills

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What are some of the best ways to study for a big unit test in history?

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Here are some of the best ways to study for a history test. 1. Take notes every day. 2. Review those notes every night - even if you don't "have" homework. 3. Create flashcards and quizlet cards. 4. Study quizzes and re-read your book. 5, Have someone help create practice questions for you. 6. Ask your teacher to meet to go over concepts you don't understand.

Subject: US Government and Politics

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1. What are the three branches of the U.S. Government and why did the founding fathers create a balance of power among them in the Constitution? 2. Please explain the two basic, but different interpretations of the Constitution: Strict and Loose

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1. The three branches of government are: The Executive, the Legislative, and the Judicial The founding fathers divided our government into three branches, with very specific responsibilities for each one. Our Constitution has a balance of power among those branches which means that each has a responsibility to the other branches to "check" on them to be sure that no one branch has too much power over the others. This balance keeps the U.S. government from becoming a tyrannical style of governing, which in turn upholds the human dignity and rights of the people of the United States. 2. The two basic interpretations of the Constitution of the United States are: Strict and Loose Strict interpretation is a style of interpreting the Constitution in a manner that is essentially "strict" and the Federal Govt. can ONLY do what the Constitutions says/doesn't say. Loose interpretation is a style of interpreting the Constitution in a manner that is more open and that the Federal Govt. can do what is good for the country even if the Constitution does not mention it or address it.

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