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Tutor profile: Kelley F.

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Kelley F.
9th Grade AP History & Literature Teacher
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Subject: Writing

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What makes a strong concluding sentence?

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Answer:

Conclusion sentences should do the following: -use an appropriate transition word, such as: -finally, in conclusion, therefore, as expressed, overall, as a result, thus, lastly, for this reason, in general, in closing, on a final note, ultimately, in summary... -don’t repeat the same sentence structure for the CS as the TS -try using subordinating conjunction or an exclamation -makes your paragraph feel complete, cohesive, and whole

Subject: Literature

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Analyze how one character’s development in The Crucible reveals a theme of the play.

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Answer:

Arthur Miller communicates to readers that leaving mistakes unresolved can cause them to escalate out of a person’s control through errors of both Reverend Hale and John Proctor.

Subject: US History

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Why did the Stono Rebellion occur in South Carolina in 1739?

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The Stono Rebellion occurred due to the proximity of freedom promised in Spanish territory, the opportunity slaves had to congregate and gather arms, and the presence of a leader willing to take an enormous risk to secure his freedom.

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