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Further mistakes I have made writing assignments and essays expressed as cartoon daisies

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Edited by Jonathan Vernon, Thursday, 19 Apr 2012, 08:24

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I wrote one of these for an end of Module Assignment.

I got carried away with a single thesis. Not only did I stick to the topic, but I illustrated it. It was the image of a thermal on which career development was built. Problem was I hadn't given myself time to qualify my thinking, indeed, despite a heap of work I barely mentioned it (and barely got any marks). DSC00355.JPG

Here the essay has been bought online.

Sometimes it is easy to spot the pot. These days software does it for educational institutions.

 

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To the right or to the left; if the essay shows any political bias it is going to score less well.

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The essay that's going nowhere.

No idea, no essay plan, contemplates where it would like to go then reflects on where is would like to have been without saying very much at all.

 

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SXR103 chemistry is fun (2008) :-)

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I love the daisy diagrams smile

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Jonathon, that first picture is too funny! It looks like a massive speech bubble! smile
Picture of Emily Blakey

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Jonathon, that first picture is too funny! It looks like a massive speech bubble! smile
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I have yet more. And I get the feeling if people keep making suggestions yet more will appear. This was supposed to be a serious consideratio of the use of metaphor 'in meaning making' as Grainne Conole put it in H800.