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Wording: “Climate change
is a problem that is affecting people and the environment. Greater energy
efficiency and new technologies hold promise for reducing greenhouse gases and
solving this global challenge.”
Paper: Climate change
is a major problem that affects people and the environment. An increase in
energy efficiency using new technologies can lower greenhouse gases and solve
this worldwide challenge.
Baird, Stephen L. "Offshore Oil Drilling: Buying Energy Independence or
Buying Time?." Technology Teacher 68.3 (2008): 13-17. Academic Search Premier.
EBSCO. Web. 22 June 2010.
Wording: “The article claims that the
U.S. is a leader in safety technologies in the offshore oil industry to address
people's concerns over the environmental and safety issues related to offshore
Paper: As a leader in safety technologies in the offshore oil industry, the
U.S. should address people’s concerns over the environmental and safety issues
related to offshore drilling (Baird, 13).
has a research paper due in her English composition class. She is allowed to choose any topic covering a
controversial issue. Kathleen received
an “A” on a paper she wrote for another class on the topic of immigration.
Kathleen submits the same paper for this assignment.
Cecelia is used to her peers reviewing her writing in class,
so she asks her sister to look at her paper and give her suggestions for
improvement, too. After discussing the
topic of the paper, her sister has many suggestions and re-writes some of the
sentences to better express Cecelia’s ideas and opinions.
is giving a PowerPoint presentation for her marketing class. She found a graph
online and cut & paste it into her PowerPoint presentation. She lists the
website and date she visited the site below the image.