Question : I'm the valedictorian of my middle school and I have to right a speech by Monday. How can I add little jokes into my speech without talking about specific memories? Does anyone have any examples? And here's the last paragraph, but how can I make it so the conservation of energy thing sounds less random and more like a kind of quote? Here's the last paragraph, what do you think?
Congratulations class of 2009, we ve come so far to get here. All of our hard work and determination has paid off...
Answer : I think that the part about the energy is good but leave (According to the law of conservation of energy) out kinda cheezy but the only way not to sound like a joke is not to try to hard on the joking.
Question : Dear Friends
I have to prepare a term report for my marketing subject, can any one give me tips for writing reports.
Answer : Here's a very basic, yet complete, outline:
Introduction - this is what my report is about, why I chose the subject, why it is important
Point 1 - a good paragraph about it
Point 2 - a good paragraph about point 2
Point 3 - same
Conclusion - summarize the 3 points briefly, make reference back to your thesis (which should be in your intro) and wrap it up.
Try to use a transition statement at the end of your points. For example, in your paragraph (or two) about point one, end it with a sentence that somewhat introduce point two. Then when you begin writing about point two, you build on that statement.
Question : Hi, I'm doing a research paper on exploitation used by the media (exaggerated facts, false statistics, and just overall bad reporting). Specifically, with the mass media and the strategies they use to sell stories. But I've been looking all over the internet, and I cant seem to find any examples of bad news reporting that I could really cite and talk about for a few paragraphs. Do you guys have any examples from CNN or Fox or just anything really?
Thanks. Your help is very much appreciated.
Answer : CNN trying to cover up their 'embarrassment' for the coverage of the Tea Party: