HOW TO WRITE AN ESSAY: Essay Topics

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HOW TO WRITE AN ESSAY An essay can have many purposes, but the basic struc­ture is the same no matter what. When writing an essay to it may be to argue for a particular point of view or to explain the steps necessary to complete a task. Some of the steps nec­essary to take in order to accomplish a better essay are by supporting the thesis. For example, that would be brainstorm­ing and organizing information has to be used in order to be­gin. Secondly support the thesis in the body paragraphs. Lastly when finished revise and edit by adding material. Either way, essays will have the same basic format. If following a few simple steps, an essay almost writes itself. Supplying ideas for the essay are the important part of the essay anyway. When preparing to write an essay brainstorming for ideas that support your thesis statement is one of the few simple steps to follow in order to start the essay. Whether brainstorm­ing on a piece of paper or a few pieces of papers narrow all brainstorming down by restating what is written down or just restate what you have written down to make it sound better. Organize the ideas into an outline, keeping in mind the method...
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AIDS AND SOCIETY: Essay

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AIDS AND SOCIETY Aids and Society The number of newborns infected by vertical transmission of the human immunodeficiency virus is increasing as the prevalence of HIV-positive women in­crease within India. It is estimated that while seven thousand HIV-positive women become pregnant each year, between one thousand and two thousand of their newborns will be HIV-positive. This research paper will concentrate on the trans­mission of the human immunodeficiency virus from mother to child, the benefits of drugs intervention, and whether or not the HIV-screening process of pregnant women should re­main voluntary or become mandatory. The HIV-virus has proven that it is not a disease to be taken lightly or ignored. I chose this topic because I want to be informed about the virus and its rate of vertical transmis­sion so that I will be able to inform others about such ethical topics: Does the baby have rights and should pregnant women be denied her right to privacy with respect to HIV? Data shows that AIDS is now increasing faster among females than males, with women accounting for seven per­cent of cases in 1985 and nineteen percent in 1995. The incidences of HIV-positive heterosexual women have risen dramatically over the past decade, and AIDS is now the third leading cause of...
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Essay Writing about AID FOR AIDS

English_Master April 25, 2016 No Comments
AID FOR AIDS AIDS is a life and death issue. To have the AIDS dis­ease is at present a sentence of slow but inevitable death. I’ve already lost one friend to AIDS. I may soon lose others. My own sexual behavior and that of many of my friends has been profoundly altered by it. In my part of the country, one man in 10 may already be carrying the AIDS virus. While the figures may currently be less in much of the rest of the country, this is changing rapidly. There currently is neither a cure, nor even an effective treatment, and no vaccine either. But there are things that have been PROVEN immensely effective in slow­ing the spread of this hideously lethal disease. In this essay I hope to present this information. History and Overviews: AIDS stands for Acquired immune Deficiency Disease. It is caused by a virus. The disease originated somewhere in Africa about 20 years ago, There it first appeared as a mysterious ailment af­flicting primarily heterosexuals of both sexes. It probably was spread especially fast by primarily female prostitutes there. AIDS has already become a crisis of STAGGERING propor­tions in parts of Africa. In Zaire, it is estimated that over twenty percent of the adults...
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Essay Writing Topics about YOUR VOICE – YOUR GLORY

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YOUR VOICE – YOUR GLORY “Face is the index of the mind,” says a great saying. Another one says “Do not judge the book by its cover.” These conflicting views lead to confusion, don’t they? But as the latter one says, among many aspects, the one that matters most is one’s voice! Previously to attend an interview, an applicant had to go to places, some time out of state too. But with science and technology continually advancing, interviews are conducted over the phone. On such occasions, it is one’s voice that opens the door to success! Way of communication: Experts say it is not what one says, but how he/she says is important. When Swami Vivekananda was given only five minutes to deliver a speech in Chicago about Hinduism, the way he began, arrested the attention of the audience and they wanted him to continue for the next 45 minutes! The Pronunciation: When at home, read aloud and practice yourself to fine tune your pronunciation, so that when you speak to someone in person or over the phone, the listeners will not get confused. TV news readers keep rehearsing what they are going to read. This will enable them to read out impeccably well. Almost all the politicians who...
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Essay Topics about WORTH IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN BIRTH

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WORTH IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN BIRTH Introduction: Coined in a simple language, it straightaway conveys the message that mere birth of a person amounts to nothing and that in what way he served the society, either by a good deed or by rendering any service to mankind. Explanation: God has created numerous species, including man. Some animals like cows, goats, dogs and cats and, similarly parrots and pigeons serve the man in different ways. This way, they are worthy of their birth, aren’t they? When the animals and birds with only five senses make worthy of their birth, why not man who is superior by birth than these? Before one asks this question to others, one should ask oneself whether he/she had done anything useful. It is not only the scientists alone. A great writer leaves behind an indelible high moral values; an engineer lays road and construct building in which we live, and medical practitioners invent new medicines which enable us to fight any illness and extend our lifeline. Even an uneducated donor is doing a useful thing. The Indian population had crossed over 1.2 billion. But how many of them are worthwhile to others? If only Mahatma Gandhi had remained as an ordinary citizen and not a...
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Essay Writing Topics about WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE

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WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE “Thou art a Monument, without a tombe And art alive still, while thy Booke doth Vive, And we have wits to read, and praise to give.” -Ben Johnson William Shakespeare, the English poet, dramatist and actor, considered by many to be the greatest dramatist of all time. Some of Shakespeare’s plays, such as Hamlet and Romeo and Juliet, are among the most famous literary works of the world. Shakespeare’s “wit was in his own power; would the rule of it had been so too”. Shakespeare possessed a large vocabulary for his day, having used 29066 different words in’ his plays. Today, the average English-speaking person uses something like 2000 words in everyday speech. William Shakespeare was born in Stratford-upon-Avon, a small country town. Stratford was famous for its malting. The black plague killed in 1564, one out of seven of the town’s 1500 inhabitants. Shakespeare was the eldest son of Mary Arden, the daughter of a local landowner and her husband, John Shakespeare (1530-1601), a Glover and wood dealer. John Aubrey (1626-1697) tells in brief lives that Shakespeare’s father was a butcher and the young William exercised his father’s trade, “but when he killed a Calf he would do it in a high style and make a...
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Essay about WHO WILL BELL THE CAT?

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WHO WILL BELL THE CAT?    Introduction: It is an ancient proverb. It figured in the famous Aesop’s Fable in the 6th century BC which is read worldwide even today. In that story there lived some rats in a house. And the inmates had a cat. It was a menace to the rats. One day the rats discussed to find a way to escape from the cat’s threat. Then one of them suggested if a bell is tied around the neck of the cat, it would ring and alert the rats. Nice idea! But which rat would dare to approach the cat and tie the bell? Explanation: This funny, but thought-provoking moral in the fable still speaks well, and will continue to be there forever as it withstands the weather of time. We come across some persons in the government offices who demand bribe to do a job we wanted done. Even to get a community certificate from the district Tahsildar office, one has to cough some folding money, or otherwise the concerned staffs there would make one run from pillar to post. Similarly to get a, “Not traceable” certificate from the police about a missing document, one is compelled to shed money. What is the remedy to this prevailing...
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UTILITY OF HUGE DAMS?: Essay Topics

English_Master April 24, 2016 No Comments
UTILITY OF HUGE DAMS? The huge ambitious plans in the public sector have not yielded as much results as the public exchequer has invested in them. That is the story of the investments in the industrial sector. They have indirectly taxed the common man. But the story of the big dams is a bit different. The government had to spend a lot as it did in nationalized industrial projects. The Bhakra Nangal Dam of Punjab, the Damodar Valley Project of Bengal and Bihar, the Hirakund dam of Orissa and Nagarjunsagai dam in Andhra Pradesh were considered the grace of the Nation and the new places of pilgrimage as Nehru put it. In the huff of the things it was never envisaged what harm they would bring to the people who would lose their hearth, and to the ecology that would affect the whole surroundings. The concentration of water resources in huge dams in the USA the USSR and other American and European countries have not affected the ecology of those countries much. As they have abundance of land as compared to thin population the denudation of forests in the dam area did not bring any natural calamity there. As the land was not much utilized and was mostly uninhabited...
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UNITED WE STAND DIVIDED WE FALL: Essay

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UNITED WE STAND DIVIDED WE FALL The story runs-an old man called his four sons and gave a stick to each. He asked them to break it.  All of them broke it easily. Them he joined four sticks with a thread and asked each one of them to break the bundle of sticks. None could. He advised them that unity is strength. If we quarrel and remained divided anyone can harm us. What is true in an individual’s life is true about a nation too.TV country started having setbacks since Mahmud of Ghazni attacked India in 1026. He attacked Somnath and looted all the gold and other valuables before going back. As the princes of India were not united they could not ‘ save the country from this onslaught (fierce attack). It was followed by many other Muslim invaders including Muhammad Ghauri in 1191 and 1192, Qutbuddin Aybek in 1206, Gengis Khan in 1221 and Jalaludin Khilji in 1290. It all went on till Babar defeated the Lodis in 1526 at Panipat and established Mughal dynasty. In such a vast country small armies of these kings could defeat the princes of India one by one as they were all divided. The greatest harm that this division resulted in was...
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UNITED NATIONS ORGANISATION: Essay Writing Topics

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UNITED NATIONS ORGANISATION “Peace in international affairs is a period of cheating between two periods of fighting!” said Bierce. The UNO was set up, among other things, for total peace world over. It was in 1945 when the World War – II was raging on that a little over 50 countries assembled in San Francisco (also known as Frisco) and discussed at length and breadth the strategies to discard arms all over the world. This was due to the utter failure in the function of the erstwhile, ‘League of Nations’ that could not stop the World War – II. Hence, as an alternative to it, the UNO was founded. The member nations gave a facelift to it and signed a treaty for overall peace and prosperity, a sort of “Farewell To Arms,” concept. Everything has been analyzed and ironed out to set up many ramifications, so that it (UNO) could render a helping hand wherever necessary. It comprises about six main branches, such as, Security Council, General Assembly, International Court of Justice Economic & Social Council Secretariat Trusteeship Council In addition, there are many other wings known as UN Specialized agencies. World Health Organization (WHO) United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) International Labour Organization(ILO) World Trade Organization(WTO)...
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TUITIONS BRING PRESTIGE: Essay Writing

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TUITIONS BRING PRESTIGE There was a time when teacher giving tuitions had to lose his school job. But today it has become a point of prestige for the parents to send their sons and daughters for tuitions. Basically it is thought that as the number of students in a class pays personal attention to them. But the situation is a bit different. It is the rich people who send their wards for tuition while they study in good prestigious schools. One of the reasons as said by a school Principal is that the parents expect too much from their sons and daughters. In this age of cut-throat competition they engage teachers who can prepare them in a way that they secure a position in their class. These teachers get their home work done and help them get the position too. In a way it is an indirect bribe. Another Principal of a public school in Delhi was of the opinion that actually parents should pay attention to their wards. But they are so busy that they can hardly look after the studies of their wards. This keeps them in tension they feel that it is better to send the wards for tuition than to have tension. But this nonstop...
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TRUE INDIAN FEDERATION: Essay

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TRUE INDIAN FEDERATION The quarrels among different states give an impression that we are still living in the feudal age. The same culture is seen throughout the country. There are some differences in dresses and eating habits because of climate in different areas. Still they are similar in vast areas. The whole of North is a unit from this point of view. So is the whole South. The whole North Eastern region has the same traditions. Bengal, Orissa and Eastern Bihar can be bracketed as one unit. The Western states have close similarity of habits and traditions. Thus the formation of states on linguistic basis and then declaring the country a federation was one of the blunders we committed after independence. It took no time to let the seeds of linguistic superiority and regionalism develops in an evil shape. The worst effect of all this is the growth of the third generation leadership that has not seen the united India giving a fight to the foreign rulers. The examples before the new generation are those of the West where fifteen countries were forcibly united to form the Soviet Federa­tion, of thirteen countries voluntarily united themselves to form a Fed­eration of United States of America. The blunder resulted in the...
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Essay Writing about TRADITIONALISM VERSUS MODERNISM

English_Master April 23, 2016 No Comments
TRADITIONALISM VERSUS MODERNISM Traditions continue for a long time till they are checked by some modern trend. The old tradition is taken over by a modern tradition. This too grows old after some time and a new one replaces it. Thus all new traditions are the result of modernism. There is a tradition of burying the dead in a graveyard among Christians. The tradition has been continuing for two millenniums. Of late some people did not favour it. Instead of buying in U.S.A. they started cremating them. New types of crematoriums came up. These are multistoried graveyards having thousands of urns. You may chose one and keep the ashes of your dear one in it for as long a time as you pay for as rent. After some time some again came back to the old tradition. In Kerala the Christians started a new modern tradition. Instead of keeping flowers on the grave they would have flowery plants all around the grave. Thus the graveyards became flowery graveyards full of fragrance a healthy modern tradition was established. There are some evil traditions too e.g. the tradition of Sati in Ben­gal and Rajasthan. But such evil traditions are controlled by modernization thought and ideas. Modern education played a big role....
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Essay about TO BE READY OR NOT TO BE READY? — WHAT A STUPID QUESTION

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TO BE READY OR NOT TO BE READY? — WHAT A STUPID QUESTION There is an old adage that claims it is better to be safe than sorry. Most people living on planet Earth would agree. The art of preparation is a skill every old person wants the youth of America to possess. Business leaders want their employees to be better prepared. Simple everyday people want to be ready for all kinds of disasters that life may have in store for them. Someone who was trying to be wise once said, “Dig the well before you are thirsty”. This person was obvi­ously relatively smart. Preparation is an essential tool for making life a more positive experience. First, success could come more easily if enough work was done beforehand. For example, many students dislike final examinations for one reason: the “cramming” study method. This method is ineffective, and makes students cranky and tired. Relationships at all levels become strained, and everyone is unhappy with everyone else. This situation can easily be avoided with one simple solution. It is preparation. If they had reviewed their notes and read their books periodi­cally, then they would most likely retain all the necessary in­formation to pass any final. Second, preparation can make lives of...
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Essay Writing Topics about THE WIZARDS OF INDIAN CRICKET

English_Master April 23, 2016 No Comments
THE WIZARDS OF INDIAN CRICKET It was 19th of April 2002. Sunil Manohar Gavaskar. The past cricket wizard had just reached port-of-Spain for the second test played between India and West Indies. A senior airport officer asked the immigration official—a young lady—who did not know who he was to detain him for some time. He said detain him long enough so that all of us can get his autographs. It was Brian Lara’s country. They would talk about sobers to Marshal, from Garner to holding from Roberts to Daniel. But they have a respectable place for sunny as they call Gavaskar, He is greeted with warmth and affection wherever he goes. In the party given by the Indian High Commissioner there was loud applause twice when Gavaskar’s name was mentioned Indian team mentioned. Indian team members are hounded and loved by fans all over the world. He the old timers wanted a photograph; all the kids wanted an autograph. Gavaskar just smiled and obliged all. Very hesitatingly he said, “They make me feel very special here. It was in Port of Spain that the Sunny legend was born. In 1970-71 tour he had a number of scores 65 and 67 not out 116 and 64 not out I and...
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