612 words - 2 pagesI have never before taken a class on creativewriting before. I did not know what to expect especially since I took this class in place of another. As an education major I am required to take a course entitled Teaching Writing in the Schools, or as a substitute, a 300 or 400 level writing intensive English course. I decided to take creativewriting because I have always enjoyed writing and have considered myself to be a decent writer. I have however learned a lot in this class about writing that I will use for myself and also be able to pass along to my students. The mainVIEW DOCUMENT
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English Vs. Math
To most people English or Language Arts is a creative course and math is just a logical, you get it or you don’t class. My purpose writing this paper is to change your mind. I believe that Math is just as, or more creative than English. I will demonstrate this through a couple of examples.
First, we must understand what is behind the creative aspect in English. Most people consider that English is the, ‘creative,’ subject because of titles such as ‘creativewriting’ and ‘creative thinking’ and in contrast there is no creative something in math. In English when we are, let’s say, going to write a creative shortVIEW DOCUMENT
1206 words - 5 pages the details of the words, but the details of the environment and situation.
Descriptive writing is what, where, when, how and why of a subject or situation. For example, a descriptive essay about a car would explain what it’s made of, why it is appealing, and when it made. Descriptive writing avoids the use general words and uses more specific detailed words that are carefully chosen to create a visual image of what the author wishes the readers to know about the story's subject. The descriptive essay “Fish Cheeks,” by Amy Tan (2013), is an example of descriptive writing that infuses emotions into the reader with symbolism and creativewriting that can have multipleVIEW DOCUMENT
904 words - 4 pages sources of creativity.
When considering the paradoxes presented by Dahlén (2008) this writer is a creative person. Creativity is an aspect of human personality and a component of human development. This writer is very interested in coming up with new ideas or enhancing processes that are no longer effective. For example, this writer was recently asked by a manager in the organization, to look at ways the reporting process for the division could be enhanced to reduce the amount of time a State has to wait for a final report after an audit has been conducted. The normal timeframes were taking up to 18 months to produce a final audit report. By being a divergent thinker, this writer wasVIEW DOCUMENT
2389 words - 10 pages plants that can be taken home by guests.
Creative Examples: Depending on the theme of the event, this is where creativity takes place! Table chandeliers, cupcake towers, branches with candles hanging down – the options are limitless!
Signs identifying where guests are seated
Ordinary Example: Plain printed place card with plain writing.
CreativeExample: Framed table numbers that match the décor of the table and event. (Beers, 2013)
Creative Event ideas on a budget
Determining the event budget is one of the first steps in the planning process. All event budgets are different based on the company or individual that you are working for. Some budgets are bigger thanVIEW DOCUMENT
1917 words - 8 pages believes or feels at the moment of the idea's creation. That shows that creativity is an individualistic concept and is best accomplished by one person.Literature is another prime example of creativity. Literature, like paintings and drawings, also shows feelings and personality. The author expresses their own ideas, feelings, and thoughts through writing. Although some books are written by multiple authors, most are written by only one. Most of the greatest stories written are by only one author and that is because only one mind of ideas, feelings, and thoughts is used. Stories like Romeo and Juliet and Hamlet could not have been written by a group of authors and poets.MusicVIEW DOCUMENT
2201 words - 9 pages 1994-5 study found that writers were more likely to have mental illness, including mood disorders and anxiety disorders (door). He also found that there was a higher prevalence of mental illnesses found in people in artistic occupations such as writing, art, and theatre than in people in nonartistic occupations such as business, politics, and science (door). Especially in poets, Ludwig also found that they have “the highest rates of psychosis and depression than any of the other professions studied” (door). There is no doubt from the stacking pile of research that the stereotype of creative individuals being associated with mental illnesses is true. In another 1999 study, Jamison foundVIEW DOCUMENT
1622 words - 6 pages creations. For example, the scientific method is heavily used in the scientific field to experiment, discover and publicize new information. The scientific method is as follows:
1. Pose a question
2. Construct a hypothesis
3.Test hypothesis by doing experiment
4.Analyze data and draw a conclusion
I have experience with the scientific method and personally using creative and critical thinking to derive knowledge. I have constructed my own lab experiment where I had to use the scientific method. The question I posed was “What is the effect of different light frequencies on the movement of cockroaches in a controlled area?” I utilized creative thinking in posing myVIEW DOCUMENT
1021 words - 4 pages the topic and the writers opinion. Proof reading and formatting are also critical to a writing sample because they affect how the author’s main claim is explained. Writers are able to write more effectively when avoiding pressure, given prompts, and evaluate reliable resources to further their opinions.
Writing under pressure leads writers to include all their ideas even though they do not relate to the topic at all, because their mind becomes a twisted story full of ideas. The mind becomes confused when writing under pressure because it just tries to write thoughts down although they don’t make sense. For example, when a writer is suffering from the blank page syndrome, with an essay dueVIEW DOCUMENT
1149 words - 5 pagesexample of how I learned to write about what I know. The “Wild Card” submission was a creativewriting assignment where the class had to write a poem following the guidelines from "Twenty Little Poetry Projects," by Jack Simmerman. This assignment entailed a twenty-line guideline format for writing a poem. An example of the instructions would be as followed: “Begin the poem with a metaphor or simile,” or “Next, say something specific but utterly preposterous.” I found that through this writing process I was able to accomplish writing a poem. To be quite honest, a task I never thought I would achieve. I learned that writing can be fun and free-spirited as well as academic. This poem allowed me toVIEW DOCUMENT
1014 words - 4 pagesIn 1965, Truman Capote created the infamous tale known as “In Cold Blood”. The book created the illusion of fantasy while based on reality. Many people were floored at the brilliance Capote demonstrated within the pages. The book took the literary concept of a novel with the literary elements of designed scenes, characters, a story formed with an introduction, rising action, climax and resolution to the real events surrounding the murder of the Clutter family.
Those that worked in the field of news and journalism were shown in Capote’s tale with the right use of creativewriting, anyone can learn to captivate an audience while reporting the news. Capote believed he had written more thanVIEW DOCUMENT
1094 words - 4 pageswriting journals and I was also writing small stories. Writers are somewhat gifted to find meaning for themselves and to help others find meaning (Bunting). I mean like no other young child I knew. I was writing like I was getting paid to write. I was around the age four when I was writing stories even though I was making them up and scribbling I was still creative as a young child. As I got to the age six writing real stories and my handwriting was better at that age. I was making small books out of paper and drew pictures of my story I was writing like a little pro. At the age eight everyone liked that way that I was writing stories. People were saying that I was going to be a story writer whenVIEW DOCUMENT
983 words - 4 pages acronym for “Business Is Good”, and describes the core messages that should form the basis of a company’s communication.
The aforementioned mission statement belongs to Indigo Books & Music and is an effective example of a strong core message. In 2010, Indigo reported over one billion dollars in revenues. It is fair to state that “business is good” for the company. The success of the business can be partially attributed to the use of the BIG principles of business writing and BIG core messages. The objective and audience are clearly established in one succinct sentence, embodying the three rules of BIG writing. Moreover, the tone of the statement remains formal and grammatically correctVIEW DOCUMENT
1229 words - 5 pages subconsciously thinking.The next step in the creative process is, clarification. Most of the authors in the readings express the importance of writing down ideas for further clarification. In, "Mathematical Creation," author and mathematician Henri Poincare clarifies a new idea by writing it out. Lowell agrees that when "words are there… they must be written down immediately" (APS 21). Nietzsche also retains an idea after inspiration hits him by making a hasty note on a sheet of paper. Another variation of this isn't exactly writing down an idea, but drawing it out. Van Gough expresses that, "I once get the feeling of my subject [when] I draw it in three or more variationsVIEW DOCUMENT
1262 words - 5 pages thinking outside of the box and different from the norm. You cannot be a critical thinker without being a creative thinker. Creative thinking empowers the mind, body, and spirit. It is like exercise for the brain. It is also a skill that people can improve. Like with any other skill, it takes time and practice to be a master of creative thinking."Critical and creative thinking are interrelated and complementary aspects of thinking. Almost all of the thinking, which we undertake, contains some critical and some creative aspects. For example, when we try to solve real life problems we move back and forth several times between creative and critical reflection as we develop solutions orVIEW DOCUMENT
997 words - 4 pages want to write for is the first step. Some categories of writing need expert writers with some qualifications. Example, business writing cannot be compared with medical writing. In both categories the writer need to have an idea of the terminologies that are used in this type of writing.
Every job-writing job comes with different instructions. Make sure all the instructions are read and understood. If not so, you risk moving out of the topic or writing irreverent materials that will lead to your work being rejected. You have to be very creative in your writing. Write something that will capture the readers’ eye. Keeping the reader on the article is the on the article is one thing that willVIEW DOCUMENT
1280 words - 5 pages the test in a manner of speaking, but it will provide an example problem and solution as well as think time prior to the student’s response.
Measuring My Own Creativity
This assignment showed me that my creativity works best when I have a guide to go by. For this activity, I did not create an entirely new assessment tool but I did add to tools that I think work well currently. I reviewed all of our reading material as well as compared the responses of my classmates to the various assessment tools. To create my assessment I imagined being given the assessment myself and deciding what parts of the assessments I felt were appropriate to the students I work with. Being creative for me for thisVIEW DOCUMENT
1156 words - 5 pagesBeing a creative is a business. How do you sell yourself to the modern world? Present your findings, plans and discuss. Use the lecture seriesThe word creative refers to refers to the invention or origination of any new thing, this could be someone talented in script writing or digital painting for example. In the UK 1.5 million people are employed in the creative industry or creative roles in other industries. Many graduates are resulting in creating their own businesses an article from the guardian advice to "make a job rather than taking a job" as this can be an advantage in the time of recession. work. As a creative I understand the complexity and struggleVIEW DOCUMENT
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In conclusion copyleft has helped many many independent artists and consumers. It helped spread the work of people like Cory Doctorow and Nina Paley faster than they could on their own by allowing the internet community to be distributors ("The Revolution Will Be Animated"). There are no limits to the impact that copyleft can have on our culture and the methods of our information sharing. In fact this entire essay is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 License, that means you are free to do anything share and build upon my work. But any derivative work you make must be licensed under a similar copyleft license and you must credit me in some form. For example if aVIEW DOCUMENT
5064 words - 20 pages, biased viewpoint. Also, historical context and existing social customs will have influenced which behaviors are focused on for comment and in what light. For example, the long tradition of "inspiration as divine" will have colored the perceptions of biographers, friends, family, and researchers who might expect some "madness" in their creative companions. Of course, the biases of individual researchers will be brought to the diagnosis of living populations as well. Psychiatrist Frank Johnson of the University of California at San Francisco warns that the modern version of divine inspiration in the medical literature "makes madness the condition for writing poetry or doing philosophy." (13VIEW DOCUMENT
1054 words - 4 pages) suggested that there are some differences in academic writing style between native speaker and nun-native speaker. However, it can be argued that these differences are parts of the cultural differences. For example they eat, live and talk differently.
According to Kaplan’s data which used(see Connor,2002;Hirsose,2003) shows how writer’s cultural backgrounds influence their writing structure. A lot of people may not argue with Kaplan, the culture is a historical window to the past. People can imagine how life was in the past, they take knowledge and value from generation to generation. People might be proud of their country history and culture and they may want to share it with others.
1727 words - 7 pagesCHAPTER I
An introduction is the first point in everything we want to do. In this proposal writing, the first chapter is introduction, which contains Background of the Study, Reason for Choosing the Topic, Statement of the Problem, Objective of the Study, Hypothesis, Limitation of the Problem, Significance of the Study, Definition of Key Terms and Organization of the Research.
1.1 Background of the Study
One of language function is as a communication tool. Some countries use English as a second language, for example Malaysia and Singapore. In Indonesia, English is a foreign language. The Indonesian government chooses English as the first foreign language to be taught in theVIEW DOCUMENT
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I think the reason that I have always loved the art of reading and writing is because I have always seen the art of reading and writing as having no rules because even if your teacher gives you a topic and a certain format in which to write your essay It is ultimately up to you what you choose to tell her about that topic and everyone’s opinions and explanations can be unique to that particular individuals experience with the topic given and there is also no right and wrong answer in writing like there are in many other subjects that you learn in school and in everyday life.
I also am a testament to the healing powers of reading and writing for example if you have hadVIEW DOCUMENT
2278 words - 9 pages, Dowrick, and Yuen (2009), for example, found that the use of multimedia technology improved not only student writing scores, but also student engagement and independence. Oftentimes, teachers rely on technology strictly for the “publishing” phase of writing. Technology, however, can assist students in all phases of writing. Furthermore, technology in writing has branched beyond the word processor to the Internet and social media, as seen by the increased number of blogs, Facebook posts, and Tweets. Technological advances encourage students to share, edit, and collaborate with both friends and teacher around the world (Peterson-Karlan, 2011, p.41). Unfortunately, while research has shownVIEW DOCUMENT
2354 words - 9 pages many of them have experienced the creative process. Through the allows them to experiment with various approaches to generate new ideas. For example, to diverge FROM AN ORIGINAL IDEA, EXPLORING SEVERAL OPPORTUNITIES BEFORE REACHING A CONCLUSION. The work side enables them to put it into a useful form. For example, to converge. Let’s say your organization is having difficulties from competition by other firms. You can play AROUND with this problem. Select a group of people and create a game that simulates your problem, for instance let one member of the group be a princess and everyone else in the group be suitors for the hand of the princess in marriage. Or, within an organization you canVIEW DOCUMENT
2258 words - 9 pages aspect of education. Stafford argues that good writers are not born but are made through hard work and creativity. I agree with Stafford that a person can learn more about a topic through hard work and creative thinking. He argues that, careless of failure he rapidly writes things down on the page and a sense of freedom arrives and if it passes his personal standards, accepts. Only one thing can be changed in his own mind. No one else can aid him. He must listen to his inner self and its fast reacting impulses (Stafford 67). Stafford uses these words to show that being creative and working hard can aid during the writing process, but it will take hard work to come out with a good final productVIEW DOCUMENT
571 words - 2 pages student participation and cooperative learning. A teacher must always appreciate the connections amongst peers and the powerful influence they have over one another. Many teachers and students can arise from these bonds if given the opportunity to do so. Therefore, my class will have a heavy emphasis on collaborative work, reading and writing workshops, as well as peer editing and read-arounds. Within these student-to-student relationships, you can always find the best resources for help, ideas, inspiration, and encouragement. I see my job as a guide to my class as they explore their writing capabilities, providing them with different genres and creative methods to be used. Their job is toVIEW DOCUMENT
1322 words - 5 pagescreative marketing strategies. For example, some advertisements on the World Wide Web will analyze what services you use and are interested in, then tailor the advertisement you see according to your tastes. The future is coming to a terminal near you.
The skills you obtain in the advertising industry are transferable to any business-oriented setting, and many executives choose to leave the profession after obtaining their MBA. Others stay in advertising, citing the financial rewards, the creative environment, and the constant challenge of “reinventing” themselves for every new campaign. Those who have specialized in a particular area sometimes move in-house at aVIEW DOCUMENT
1564 words - 6 pages that my reader?s have unique faces and personalities of their own. In her essay, Ms. Flower gives concise explanations of my audience?s needs. What does my reader?s need to know? Can they easily digest what I am writing about? What is my audience?s attitude towards my subject matter? For example, I?m going to write an essay about my dog. First, I need to determine what I?m going to convey to my audience. I?m not a veterinarian, so my paper would not be technical. I would probably write about how I taught my dog to do some tricks. When I determine what I would like to teach my audience about my dog, I realize that I need to adjust my language so they will understand what I am trying toVIEW DOCUMENT
1519 words - 6 pages receive an answer, Wilde answered that call in the form of an essay, it was called "The Decay of Lying". This particular essay is one that he felt that was needed to be written to wake up call to the present day writers about their failings to keep art as it is Art. There needs to be a clear explanation of what the definition of lying means and in what context. Random House - Webster's College Dictionary defines a lie as the following: lie: verb, lied, lying - a false statement made with deliberate intent to deceive; a falsehood.
Wilde's intention of his creativewriting is to be used as a outlet to escape from the Realism of life, which definition is to emphasizes the importance the ordinaryVIEW DOCUMENT
1284 words - 5 pages they launched was the Apple computers. From dropping out of College, attending creative classes, becoming a video game designer and starting the Apple products, this shows that Steve Jobs had never give up on his dream and what he loves doing.
Sub-point b: Besides that, back to Bill Gates. He did not give up on writing programs and software for computer as he is interested in computer science.
Evidence 1: Bill Gates attended public elementary school and the private Lakeside school. He discovered his interests in computer programs and software in the lakeside school when he was at the age of 13. The Mothers Club of the Lakeside school bought a teletype and computers for the students thatVIEW DOCUMENT
1471 words - 6 pages constraints, in fact, allow us to organize and move forward the given task. What it boils down to is that the strategic use of constraints can promote creativity.
How experiences and knowledge influence on Creativity
A second constraint that I would like to discuss is a personal experience, which is the degree of knowledge and background pertaining to the given task. In some sense, a wealth of personal experiences on the task may stifle creativity in a way that makes creators focus on what’s worked best in the past, yielding a dearth of uniqueness or originality on doing creative works. For instance, when we are asked to do some creative works such as creativewriting or drawing, most of us tendVIEW DOCUMENT
1559 words - 6 pages for cancer.Imaginative"This style describes people who are artistic, enjoy writing, are good leaders, and can readily visualize opportunities" (Rowe, 2004). This includes artists, singers, performers, authors, and teachers. These people tend to think outside of the box and find creative ways to achieve their goals.Inspirational"This style focuses on introducing social change and willingly gives of one's self toward that end" (Rowe, 2004). These people include leaders for many causes such as the Women's Rights Movement, the Civil Rights Movement, Pro-Lifers, and Pro-Choice's. This style alsoVIEW DOCUMENT
2252 words - 9 pages machines” (Nair 2011), it allows the creative writer step into the mind of people and share that mental journey with more people in form of fiction so that a community grows in the shared knowledge.
The emphasis is on ‘narrative’ and not story, the proposed project is a collection of short stories the method used in the production of the pieces will be the narrative form. Investigations report that the three fundamental items in prose writing; plot, narrative and plot, are very separate but combine perfectly, Paul Cobley explains it in detail:
“Put very simply, ‘story’ is the chain of all the events which are to be depicted. ‘Plot’ is the chain of causation which dictates that these eventsVIEW DOCUMENT
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iPads Support Writing and Reading
Children in primary ages learn basic literacy skills at school and they need visual materials supporting their learning. In this case iPad apps gives teacher’s significant teaching strategies to teach them how to read, write and speak correctly during elementary school.
Bonnstette and VanOverbeke (2012) believed “The elementary classroom builds the basis for the content areas and the future success of students. From writingcreative stories to fact mastery in mathematics, apps provide an engaging and interactive platform for learning.” (p. 3429).
Additionally, iPad apps help students to work cooperatively and independently. Gasparini (2011) mentionedVIEW DOCUMENT
852 words - 3 pages://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Writing" title="Writing">writing; they sure can resolve many issues and expand our thoughts in order to write better and longer books. Without passion writing good books is impossible.King claims that his book "Salem's Lot" was the perfect example of using a dream in his writings. Dreams are pictures put together in a peculiar situation. King states that "... the use of dreams is an obvious way to createVIEW DOCUMENT
954 words - 4 pages” (Gordon). For example if you were to close your eyes while someone was reading the story you would see the house “decaying” in your imagination (Poe). From the start of the story the narrator’s strange “insufferable gloom” is introduced. He notes the darkness of his surrounding (Gordon). The stories are very deeply described and felt.
The next popular theme Poe uses in his writing is romance. This is very general for all gothic writers. This theme was actually a movement called “The Romantic movement” (Foster). This first began around the end of the 18th century in Western Europe (Foster). This was characterized by the “emphasis on emotion, passion, and the natural world” (Foster). ThisVIEW DOCUMENT
2628 words - 11 pages process is more realistic than those in a “normal” state (Jamison). As T.S. Elliot once said, “Human kind cannot bear much reality.” Some would go as far as to argue that insight can be gained through intense self-examination and analysis as well as painful past experiences and that examining these feelings and memories can inspire and add depth to creative works. For example, many writers have claimed that writing is a means of escapism. Just as anxiety can serve in fight or flight situations and make a person more aware of their surroundings, perhaps negative affect serves as motivation to write meaningful stories or poetry that carry weight and emotion that people feel touched by. For others itVIEW DOCUMENT
1367 words - 5 pages="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Persuasive_writing" title="Persuasive writing">persuasive essay about a subject for which I do not care about. The only thing I could think to try to convince people to do was to refuse to write a persuasive essay ever again. I faced a kind of moral paradox with this, though. If I wrote a persuasive essay telling people not to write persuasive essays, what kind of example would I be? I was convinced that I was not going to do this paper, but in a showing of my own lack of will, I was bribed into writing this essay. I realize that teachers would probably be angry about this somewhat counter productiveVIEW DOCUMENT
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This cannot whole truth. There is no doubt that free time can help the creative process it is not the only way to foster this. Hundreds of modern authors and artisans that have extremely structured lives and are considered to be some of the greatest composers and writes of all time. C.S. Lewis is an example of a great writer and philosopher whose days were extremely structured down to the times he was able to eat, sleep, read, write, and when he was able to walk through the country side. “I believe that many who find that "nothing happens" when they sit down, or kneel down, to a book of devotion, would find that the heart sings unbidden while they are workingVIEW DOCUMENT
1137 words - 5 pages people might react in the same way even when everything is not "fine" because we condition ourselves to speak and look to everyone else like we've got everything under control. Although journal keeping is a widely established therapeutic exercise, it is possible that we are just as skilled at not being completely honest in writing as we are in conversation. It seems like the use of painting, drawing or other creative arts like dance and music would make for a less inhibited representation of our feelings. Artistic expression is something that many people practice on their own in order to make sense of their thoughts. By sharing these expressions with another person, we have an alternate angleVIEW DOCUMENT
910 words - 4 pages an earlier historical source and is exclusively based around four major themes which are: Love and Marriage, Order and Disorder, Appearance and Reality, and Creative Imagination. Shakespeare uses these four themes and creates four different worlds and stories into one . Order and Disorder is the need for a balance between the rational and irrational rules and magic in the interests of love, harmony and creativity.1 Throughout the story, every time someone tries to create order, disorder arises. Act 2, Scene 1 gives an example of this when Titania, the queen of the fairies, describes the consequences for the natural world of her fight with Oberon. Titania refuses to hand over a changelingVIEW DOCUMENT
2636 words - 11 pageswriting. (p 15)What the reader has learned so far about emergent literacy has all been optimistic for example, encouraging practitioners to liaise with children more affectively hence helping to build a healthier relationship between the child and the adult.Nevertheless, not all childhood educators provide activities that support emergent literacy development they believe in 'developmentally appropriate' in other words they mean reading and writing is an academic skill, which belongs in programs for older children. (NCREL 2004)According to NCREL (North Central Regional Educational Laboratory July 2004) Addressing the Literacy Needs of Emergent and Early Readers, cite The VIEW DOCUMENT
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“Tell me I’m clever, tell me I’m kind, tell me I’m talented, tell me I’m cute, Tell me I’m sensitive, Graceful and Wise, tell me I’m perfect-- But tell me the TRUTH” is one of the quotes made by Shel Silverstein from Falling Up. Silverstein likes to write humorous poetry that sometimes include drawings and is also known well for writing to children of young age. His poetry is often mixed with seriousness and silliness. Silverstein had an interest in music as well. For example, in 1960, Silverstein was interested in folk music and at some point in his life, he began writing his own musical works. Additionally, Silverstein participated in making his own plays, one of which was called “TheVIEW DOCUMENT
2847 words - 11 pages nuances and tying them to emotions could result in a richer memory that could lead to being more creative.The proficient use of language is critical in certain types of creative activities such as writing poetry, books and songs. Albert Einstein and Virginia Woolfe both had a speech tendency known as speech preservation where each had a propensity to repeat certain words and phrases. The interpretation in popular literature of this is that because of a delay in cerebral development, difficulties in abstractingVIEW DOCUMENT
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The Sun Also Rises is a story full of complex emotions and hidden agendas. Hemingway uses sentence fluency to reveal these hidden traits and emotions of his characters. Sentence fluency is achieved by "avoiding redundancy, using creative phrasing, and creating a certain rhythm and flow throughout the body of writing" (Six Trait. . .). While Hemingway uses some of the traits of sentence fluency in the novel, the reader is drawn mostly to the lack of sentence fluency in sections. One such example is when Jake returns from an evening out with friends. "There was a crest on the announcement. Like Zizi the Greek duke. And that count. The count wasVIEW DOCUMENT
1261 words - 5 pages therefore, permitting one to acquire and pass on knowledge in a non-standard form; for example teaching K-12 or writing. When students have acquired a liberal arts education, a freedom to explore new ideas and concepts comes with it. Studying one subject restricts students to rules and regulations held within the field, which keeps them from developing creative or theoretical ideas as well as critical thoughts.Waldon 5A student needs to acquire information that relates to the world around them and share this understanding with such mediums as writing, film, photography, painting, poetry, performance art, radio and television communication, music, and advertising. A liberal artsVIEW DOCUMENT
1191 words - 5 pagesAs an aspiring filmmaker, I am often asked who my favorite writer or director is? In the last few years that answer has been without a doubt Quentin Tarantino. Tarantino has been most recognized for his unique writing and directing style found in his films, Reservoir Dogs andPulp Fiction. Although Reservoir Dogs exhibits Tarantino's unique writing abilities, it is Pulp Fiction that actually captures and expresses his exceptional creative talents. In 1994, Pulp Fiction won top honors at the Cannes Film FestivalVIEW DOCUMENT