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Tutor profile: Matt Z.

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Subject: Writing

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Question:

If you want to become a better writer, the best thing you can do is practice writing every single day. So the questions for writing would come in the form of a prompt or brainstorming activity. What are the best way to argue for and against the proposed thesis of your paper: video games have a negative influence on Youths.

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Answer:

After looking at the research this paper argues that video games are not detrimental to the health of children but the prolonged exposure to violence may have a desensitizing effect on youths which may lead to violent behavior.

Subject: International Relations

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Explain classical Realism is IR theory:

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This is a state level theory that claims that all states seek power. States try to increase their power by decreasing the power of their enemies. They see other states as more powerful.

Subject: English as a Second Language

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ESL teaching is all about knowing your students level and adjusting your teaching methodology to that. So for a mid-level student: Can you identify between the past and present tense, and make your own sentences? go-went did-do

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Yes, present tense: do, go - I go to school every day, I do my homework past tense: I went to the zoo yesterday, I did the dishes this morning

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