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高分essay代写范文:Aboriginal Australian visual culture

        下面为大家整理一篇优秀的essay代写范文- Aboriginal Australian visual culture供大家参考学习,这篇论文讨论了澳洲原住民视觉文化。视觉文化一般是指一系列的视觉图像传达的信息,通过各种绘画等视觉技术意义和情感。视觉文化在古代更多的是关于绘画和雕刻。澳洲原住民视觉文化是澳洲原住民创造的一系列文化影像,记录他们的日常生活,环境的变迁,以及他们的宗教信仰。通过视觉文化,我们可以更好地了解他们生活中的变化。

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        I think that aboriginal Australian visual culture is a range of cultural images created by aboriginal Australian to record their daily life, the change of their environment and their religion named dreamtime. Rock art is an important part of their visual culture. There are different kinds of rock imagery for different cultural expression, such as X-ray imagery and bark imagery. The X-ray art is a form of painting with anatomical features (Patel, 35), which shows the aboriginal Australians’ interest in science. Visual culture is also a direct reflection of new changes in aboriginal Australians’ life. For example, contact rock art records their contact with the outside world. New objects like ships and knives were painted on rocks when the natives had contact with the new arrivals. Through the rock art, we can have a better understanding of the changes in their lives.

        Visual culture in general refers to a series of visual images conveying information, meaning and emotion through various visual technologies such as paintings (Mirzoeff, 3). Visual culture in the ancient times is more about paintings and engravings, while in the modern times, visual culture has new forms like television and movies.

        Reference:

        Mirzoeff, Nicholas. “What is Visual Culture?”

        Patel, Samir. “Reading the rocks: Aboriginal Australia’s Painted History.” Archaeology. 2011. pp. 32-38.

        Comment on Alissa B Essign

        Excellent work! I like your writing about the origin and of aboriginal Australian visual culture the role of visual culture in their daily life. I totally agree with you that visual culture reflects aboriginal Australians’ life and their beliefs. The visual art they create is based on what they feel and what they believe.

Common App中的Personal Essay怎么写

        你知道通用申请吗?

        通用申请(Common Application),简称Common App,一个用于申请美国517所高等院校(包括47个州和华盛顿特区)、奥地利、法国、德国、意大利、瑞士、英国等海外国家以及中国大陆部分中外合作高校的应用网站。

        除了客观的分数和学校排名因素以外,它还有其他主观因素被纳入考量,例如文书(personal essay),推荐信(recommendation),课外活动(extracurriculiar activities),等等。其中personal essay是至关重要的一环。

        本期Meeloun便与大家分享七个essay prompts中的第一个

        Option#1

        Some students have a background,identity,interest,or talent that is so meaningful they believe their application would be incomplete without it.

        “Identity”是本题的关键字。

        无论是背景也好,兴趣爱好也罢,都是让你之所以是“你”的理由。所以,选择了这个话题,你可以通过一个或者是一系列的事件来阐述你的uniqueness。而事件的选择,应把重点放在解释“meaningful”上。

        Sample Essay

        Wallflower

        I wasn’t unfamiliar with the word.It was something I remembered hearing since I was able to grasp the fine art of polysyllabic language.Of course,in my experience,it had always been subtly laced with negativity.They told me that it wasn’t something I was supposed to be.They told me to socialize more—okay,maybe they had a point there—but to open up to strangers I didn’t know from Adam?Apparently,yes,that was exactly what I was to do.I had to’put myself out there,’or something.They told me I couldn’t be a wallflower.Wallflower was unnatural.Wallflower was wrong.So my impressionable younger self tried her best not to see the inherent beauty in the word.I wasn’t supposed to see it;no one else did.I was terrified to recognize its rightness.And that was where Charlie came in.

        The Writing:从复杂短语“the fine art of polysyllabic language“到“I understood him.I was him.He was me”三个主谓宾的简单串联,可以一窥作者对英语的掌控力。

        Before I get any further,I feel obligated to mention that Charlie is not real.I question whether that makes a difference—it shouldn’t,really.Fictional,factual,or seven-dimensional,his influence in my life is indisputable.But,to give credit where credit is overwhelmingly due,he comes from the brilliant mind of Stephen Chbosky,from the universe of his novel,The Perks of Being a Wallflower.In a series of anonymous letters to an unknown friend,Charlie tells his story of life,love,and high school:of skirting the fringes of life and of learning to make the leap.And from the first sentences,I was drawn to Charlie.I understood him.I was him.He was me.I felt acutely his fears of entering high school,his just-barely-perceptible separation from the rest of the student body,because these fears were mine as well

        The Tone:虽然作者自称“壁花少女”,但通读全文,明显感到这篇文章出自一个正能量的“元气少女”。文章主题严肃,但字体行间却透着诙谐与幽默,作者完美地平衡了戏谑与说理。若要说不足,便是语言有时过于抽象。比如,“beauty”一词多次出现,但并没有被清楚地定义。

        What I didn’t have,the singular distinction between this character and myself,was his vision.Even from the very beginning,Charlie’s innocence and naivetégave him an unparalleled ability to see beauty in everything and to acknowledge it without hesitation exactly as I’d longed to allow myself to do.I had been scared to be the only one to value being a wallflower.But with Charlie came the promise that I wasn’t alone.

        When I saw that he could see what I wanted to see,I suddenly found that I could see it,too.He showed me that the true beauty in being a wallflower was the ability to acknowledge freely that beauty,to embrace it for everything it was while still managing to’put myself out there’on a level I hadn’t thought myself capable.Charlie taught me not conformity,but the honest,open expression of myself,free from the vise-like fear of being judged by my peers.He told me that sometimes,they were wrong.Sometimes,it was okay to be a wallflower.Wallflower was beautiful.Wallflower was right.

        And for that,Charlie,I am forever in your debt.

        The Topic:光是瞄一眼题目就足以让读者对文章期待满满。老实说,选择一个不走寻常路的题目是冒险且需要勇气的,尤其是在众多申请者绞尽脑汁编出一些“丰碑性”的事件的大背景下,本文的题目及立意尤为讨喜。

Essay写作如何巧拿高分?

        很多留学生在essay写作中得分都有点不尽人意,明明自己已经很努力的完成作业了,各种查资料、想论点、做proofreading,换来的结果可能只是在fail的边缘。那么同学们要怎么才能有效提分呢?下面Meeloun小编就给同学们分享一些essay写作技巧

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        Format 格式问题

        关于格式就要牵扯出如何正确地写好citation、reference list

        这些在你们的workbook上都有详细的格式标准和要求,千万不要自己想当然……(小编去年就因为天真地把in text citation的句点位置搞错,导致格式就全错了,虽然最后大一上的EAP还没那么严格没有扣分……但到了下学期的report中,这些格式问题也是有5分的,所以一定要多加注意。正确的格式应该是:“……(Richard,2013).”省略号的内容即为你paraphrase的部分。

        除了workbook,还有两项指导来源:一是来自lecture上的PPT,二是来自ice上的Harvard Referencing System的PDF文件(个人觉得最后一个是最权威并且最详细的)reference list相对复杂一点,不同体裁的source所用格式也不一样,像book的source就比较复杂,涉及出版地点、具体页数等信息。

        最后不要忘了reference list要按照第一个词的字母顺序进行排序。

        Academic 学术问题

        这里不仅仅指的是语法要过关,更重要的是你在文章中所用的单词、短语等都要达到“academic”的标准(比如学术写作中,用第一人称we或者I来叙述句子是不合适的,还有像good,people,something这些概念模糊的词语也是不适宜出现在文章里的)

        关于Academic的问题,这是大学论文的一个特点,和高中惯用的套路是不同的。(举例来说,像“with the development of technology”“practice makes perfect”这些在高中看似能给自己的作文“加分”的短语,在学术写作中是减分项,并且是很忌讳的)

        因此学弟学妹们首先最好调整心态,正视这种写作模式,就不会出现觉得tutor讲得云里雾里,自己也搞不懂论文的中心点在哪里的情况了。

        Logistic 逻辑问题

        个人认为这一点是评判一篇essay能否上70的最重要的一个因素,尤其是学术写作,是非常注重逻辑和思维的连贯性的。

        比如在写cause and effect essay的时候,首先要明确描述的对象,就以“压力对学生的影响”为例,压力和学生自然就是分析的对象。这里涉及到的一个逻辑就是,先要论述压力是如何产生的(cause),其次才能进一步讨论它的积极/消极影响(effect)以及,这种影响理应是多方面的,生理,心理等,这些都可以作为切入点进行写作。

        至于ABC班的上学期essay,主要是关于problem和solution的,source的资料一般tutor会统一提供,不用自己再去寻找,并且字数也会少一些,大概600-800的样子。但是关于上述的三大难点,也还是同样适用的!

        所以也不能掉以轻心。而到了下学期,会接触到comparison essay,工管的宝宝们通常会写两个公司的比较,通过自己找source,分析公司的所作所为,从而判断哪个公司在某方面(譬如保护环境)做得更好。

        关于词汇选用与搭配

        很多新生可能很疑惑,刚开始接触到academic essay,根本不知道哪些词academic哪些词不academic。在此,小编向大家说明一下,16届workbook最后几页是有一个word list的,并且在这一堆单词的后面有1-9这样的数字。去年第一节EAP课时tutor就会告诉大家,这些数字代表着academic的程度,譬如如果一个词标“1”,那么它应该是在academic essay中经常出现的,以此类推。

高分essay代写范文:尼日利亚的教育问题

        下面Meeloun小编为大家整理一篇优秀的essay代写范文- Improvement in Education Is Needed for Nigeria’s Development,供大家参考学习,这篇论文讨论了尼日利亚的教育问题。目前,尼日利亚面临的许多挑战中,促进其国家发展最重要的是改进教育制度,因为教育是决定未来一代如何生活的根本因素。而尼日利亚的教育问题根源在于其入学率非常低,广泛的贫困、政治不稳定、庞大的童工市场、文化原因以及严重的性别歧视等原因是导致其问题的关键。

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        Introduction 介绍

        1960年独立后,尼日利亚一直在政治动荡和经济问题中挣扎。尼日利亚政府必须面对许多历史和新问题,例如石油经济的改革、处理种族和宗教紧张局势以及发展民主(CIA)。然而,从人民的角度来看,在尼日利亚目前面临的诸多挑战中,促进国家发展最重要的是完善教育体系,因为教育是年轻人/未来一代人的根本决定因素。总的来说,当一个国家年纪较大时,就会在社会中发挥作用,因此,这是一个国家能够为其未来做出的最直接的投资,在社会的所有领域都会产生严重的后果。

        After it independence in 1960, Nigeria has been struggling in political turbulence and economic problems. There are many historical and new issues that the Nigerian government has to face, such as the reforming of the petroleum-based economy, dealing with the ethnic and religious tensions, and developing democracy (CIA). However, from the people’s perspective, among the many challenges Nigeria is currently facing, the most important to furthering its national development is to improve the education system, since education is the fundamental determinant of how the young/future generation. In general, will perform in society when they are older, and therefore is the most direct investment that a country can make for its future, with serious consequences in all realms of society.

        Low School Enrollment in Nigeria

        The most fundamental issue facing the Nigerian education system is the low enrollment rate of children in primary schools. In Nigeria, 40% of children aged six to eleven do not attend primary school, and this proportion can be considerably higher in the impoverished inland north. 30% of students have not completed their primary school education, and only 54% of them successfully matriculate into the country’s middle schools (Unicef). This low rate of education among the youth dramatically reduces the job options for the younger generation, resulting in low utilization rate of human capital and limiting the overall development of Nigeria.

        A major concern is the gender gap. Compared to the boys, Nigerian girls are less likely to attend school. The causes are complex but roughly include four aspects: cultural barriers, family financial difficulties, child labor market, and early marriage. Cultural and religious norms have limited the role of women in Nigeria. Most parents of girls are more willing to only send their children to Qur’anic schools (Unicef). Even for those who managed to enroll in secular schools, 30% of them might drop out. Early marriage is another issue that keeps the girls from being educated, and poverty is another reason. The cost of education is a heavy burden for some poor families because they cannot afford the tuition, books, materials, transportation, and other costs of educating their child, and the state provides very limited assistance. The cost of indirect education for girls is also seen as higher than boys, and this is also linked to the issue of child labor. In Nigeria, child labor is a necessary income stream for poor households (Unicef). Girls working as child laborers not only save on the cost of direct education, they could also help with housework, take care of siblings, and also provide cheap, productive labor and make additional income for the family. Early marriage is also more of a problem for girls than boys. Once the girls get married, they inevitably have children, and the chance for them to continue their education drops to a much lower level than before.

        The low education level of the country’s women deeply affects Nigeria’s national prosperity. As these women become poorly educated laborers for life, they can only pursue entry-level jobs. What is worse, the fertility rate remains high in poor households, continuing the low-income developmental trap (Sachs, 2005). Having six or seven children leaves the women no choice but to play the role of homemaker and exclusively focus on parenting, plus her lack of education makes her less competitive in the job market. Education will bring many social achievements and economic benefits, but the lack of female education in Nigeria deprived them of the opportunity to participate in the future economic development of the country. This situation forms a negative cycle for the women of Nigeria and it is leaving half the population with an inability to contribute to the development of the country or of themselves.

        Balancing Increased Enrollment With Quality Improvements

        Not only should we be concerned about whether the children, and how many of them, are attending school in Nigeria, but we should also pay attention to the quality of education in the country, which, also sorely needs to be improved. The government has launched policies to improve the education quality of Nigeria, such as the Universal Basic Education Scheme in 1999, and has emphasized the improvement of teaching quality, assessment, and teacher training as the priorities (Majo, 2000). However, as current statistics show, improvements have been quite limited. The general direction of development seems to be correct (Sen, 1988), but the biggest challenge facing education is still financial support and funding.

        First of all, the number of schools in Nigeria, as well as the number of facilities and employees/teachers of these institutions, is not proportionally equivalent to the number of school age children. This makes it hard to improve the quality and efficiency of the education system. Statistics show that, on average, 600 of primary school students in Nigeria have to share a single toilet. Most schools in rural areas also lack water, electricity, and other basic resources. As for the number of schools, there were about 54,000 public primary schools in 2009 (Abuja). From a numeric perspective, this seems sufficient, but disparities in quality are extreme and highly unsatisfactory. Another problem is that the entire northern part of the country is experiencing a low-level civil war as the Boko Haram conducts its insurgency. This does not help to secure the budget to improve the education system. A lack of qualified teachers is another issue.

        The education system could be largely improved by securing an amount of funding that is decent enough to support the educational institutions. While many governments have policies for free and compulsory education, however, most developing countries are unable to maintain comprehensive free education, such as Nigeria. And non-free education will cause the problem of poor households being unable to afford the children education. As a recession economy, it is difficult for Nigeria to guarantee free education for the people. Moreover, experience around the world show that free education is only a slogan unless parents, people, or governments have economic capacity. Nigeria could therefore consider the establishment of a program that directly or indirectly raises funds for its national education system (Adeyemi, 2011). However, in the implementation of the program, it is necessary to pay attention to corruption. The gap between rich and poor in many poor countries is relatively large, and given the lack of government regulation, corruption continues to breed. It is important to pay attention to the future of the country through the education program.

        Child Labor Market’s Effect on Education System

        Another factor that decreases the number of children attending schools is that the Nigerian labor market soaks up a large number of school age children (of both genders) to work as they are not supposed to. In Nigeria, there are approximately 15 million children under 14 years old who have become laborers, doing unwanted jobs that could potentially harm their physical and mental health. Although Nigeria passed a Child’s Rights Law in 2003, not all 36 states had accepted it. The process of taking the law in each state is still ongoing; meanwhile, child labor is still very common in the north (Kure, 2013).

        This situation is difficult to be change, or at least to be seriously improved, and poverty is the most obvious reason for the short- term because the child laborers’ incomes have become necessary for their families. Without that portion of money, the chance of the children to get future education would be even lower because of poverty. Lack of education is also a primary cause of child labor in Nigeria. “Where between 60% – 70% of child labor is prevalent, do not posses adequate school facilities. Even when schools are sometimes available, they are too far away, difficult to reach, unaffordable, or the quality of education is so poor that parents wonder if going to school is really worth it.” (Nwazuoke & Igwe, 2016). Other reasons for non-attendance include such reasons as broken homes, and parental absence should also be taken into consideration.

        The consequences could be easily foretold. If the children continue to become laborers instead of learning knowledge in school, this poverty trap will be inescapable for the entire nation, since the future generation is not receiving enough education which can improve their society and lives in the future. In addition, child labor would also increase the risk of injuries, disabilities, and even death of workers. Also, due to lack of management, education, and boundaries, some children might become sex workers, street criminals or join political movements to reform society, which may also have additional effects in destabilizing the country. The increasing political participation might lead to violence (Huntington, 1971). All of the above pose risks to the future development of the entire country.

        Conclusion

        Nigeria has a strong capacity for potential development, with its massive resources and large population, but a number of extensive and long-term problems have thwarted its development and becoming a major power and strong civil society. Nigeria’s extensive poverty, political instability, large child labor markets, cultural reasons and high levels of sexism and gender inequality and other reasons have kept enrollment rates very low and are harming the future development prospects of the nation. Increasing this enrollment rate, and improving the quality of education that the students receive, is vital to securing Nigeria’s future and to securing the welfare of its citizens. Attempts have been made to focus on these issues and they are widely recognized, but little progress has been made in recent years. It will be necessary to secure a stable political and security environment as a basis for this, after which revenue streams will need to be developed that can eliminate the child labor market, increase student enrollment, and begin to channel funds towards improving school quality while cleaning up corruption and rolling back some of the sexism that has been harming the future of women and of the country as a whole.

Essay写作需要掌握这些搜索技巧

        很多留学生在完成essay写作时需要查阅各种资料,但是如果同学们没有趁手的搜索工具和正确的搜索技巧的话,就很难找到自己想要的资源。今天Meeloun小编就给同学们分享一些搜索工具和技巧,帮助同学们高效完成essay写作

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搜索工具及技巧

        一.选择数据库

        大家大学的图书馆和e-lib应该提供各种学术数据库。但并非所有的都与你要写的领域有关(例如,如果你是学医的,你可能不会需要美国气象学会的气象学和地球天体物理学的文摘数据库)。因此,你应该通过学校的e-lib搜索引擎选择与你的领域最相关的数据库来查阅资料。

        二.搜索条件

        接下来,你需要选择相关的搜索词。首要的搜索词肯定是你论文的核心词汇(例如,如果你写的关于古埃及木乃伊,你肯定会想搜索“mummification”和“Egypt”)。

        其次,你可能就需要头脑风暴相关的术语。这里有一个小tips,你可以参考一下与你主题相关的论文,看看这些论文的Abstract摘要里面使用了哪些关键词,你就可以也试着搜索一下啦。

        三. “Wildcards” 以及“Truncation”

        Wildcards是用来寻找相同术语的替代拼写符号。如果一个Wildcard的符号是”!”,那么你可以搜索“RAM!SES”找到它的各种变种单词,比如Ramses, Rameses, Ramesses

        Truncation允许你搜索相同术语的不同结尾。所以如果一个Truncation以“*”表示,那你可以搜索“Egypt*”,来找到与埃及相关的各种单词啦,比如 ”Egyptology” , “Egyptian“.

        四.使用Boolean Operators

        另一种定制搜索方法是使用Boolean Operators布尔运算符。你需要的三个主要术语是“AND”,“OR”,“NOT”。

        “AND”操作会让搜索同时包含多个关键词的文章(例如,“mummification AND Ancient Egypt”)。

        “OR”则是在两项关键词中查找出包含任意一项关键词的文章(例如,“mummification or burial rites”)。

        “NOT”让你排除一些搜索项。

        五.筛选

        你也可以使用数据库自带的搜索限制条件选项来使你的搜索范围降低。这些选项可以让你过滤部分你不想要的条件。

        常见的过滤器包括语言(例如,只搜索英文论文),出版日期(例如,只搜索2005以后发表的论文)。

        以上就是Meeloun小编分享的搜索工具和技巧了,需要essay代写的同学可以扫描右边的二维码联系我们的客服哦!美伦现旗下写手超过400名,海龟硕博占据50%以上,更多写手资源正在火热招募中。美伦以质量为根本,诚信服务,严格执行双重审稿与检测,保证每一篇稿子都是精心原创并符合学科的需求,保障了留学生论文作业的通过率。

Essay写作中的“produce”如何替换?

        在国外essay写作中,“产生”(produce)这个词的应用极为广泛,例如产生结果、产生兴趣、产生变化、产生感情等等。通常情况下,我们常用的表达方式有produce/bring about/generate/have/give rise to……这些词都比较常规,写出来的文章看起来会不太高级。若想得高分,还是要给句子升级,例如我们可以用evolve/ emerge/ arise/ engender/ yield/ exert…等词汇。

        不过这些高级词汇的用法有一定的局限性,比如 engender 一般产生的是某种情绪、引起争论。evolve/ emerge/ arise 后面接 from,表示产生于。yield 多接比较好的结果,exert 不接人的时候,常常搭配较为消极的意思。大家在替换前,要注意具体场景。

        下面给大家提供 3 个简单句,看看怎么用上面推荐的一些其他方式替换“产生”。

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essay写作替换技巧

        示范1:

        简单句

        Farms should produce organic food.

        替换产生

        Farms should yield organic food.

        扩展:as + doing

        As GM food poses potential risks to health, farms should yield organic food, ensuring that people have a balanced intake of all needed nutrition.

        示范2:

        简单句

        Some drugs and vaccines are produced by genetic engineering.

        替换产生

        Some drugs and vaccines arise from genetic engineering.

        扩展:as + doing

        As virus becomes more deadly, some drugs and vaccines arise from genetic engineering, saving millions of valuable lives.

        示范3:

        简单句

        Tourism can have a negative effect on the natural environment.

        替换产生

        Tourism can exert a negative effect on the natural environment.

        扩展:as + doing

        As countless holidaymakers flood into the tourist spot, tourism can exert a negative effect on the natural environment, producing pollution and waste that the earth cannot dispose of.

        其他场景搭配:

        产生兴趣:be interested in

        产生错觉:give an illusion/ form a misconception

        产生想法:the idea evolves from

        产生需求:when the need arises

        产生感情:form an attachment/ become fond of

        产生误解:cause misunderstanding

        产生力量:generate power

        产生问号:give rise to questions

Essay写作中一定要避免的英语表达误区

        留学生们在出国后面对导师布置的作业一般都感觉到困扰,很多留学生在完成英语作业或者essay写作的时候都感觉到头大。其实英语essay写作中最重要的就是要掌握英语表达方法,避免进入英语表达误区,这样就会影响了写作能力。下面Meeloun小编为大家介绍一下关于留学生英语表达中常见的一些误区,希望大家在完成essay写作的时候能够留意。

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essay写作表达误区

        一、单词不能够正确理解

        很多留学生们在背诵单词时候,对于单词理解往往是停留在一个单词一个意思,一个单词一种用法的阶段,这样就会造成尽管背诵单词很多,但是使用起来还是觉得不够。这主要就是因为一个单词其实有多种意思和用法,所以建议留学生们一定要掌握单词的意思,不要只知其一不知其二。如在考到regard和company的一词多义、further的一词多用时,如果你不了解”regard”除“看作”之外还可以表示“尊敬”,不明白”company”除“公司”之外也表示“伙伴”,不知道”further”除作形容词、副词外还可作动词表示“增进、促进”,那么你做起题来当然会举步维艰。为了解决这种困境,大家应该将曾经出现过多种意思的单词进行归纳总结,做到心中有数。

        二、用词组来替换那些复杂的从句

        当我们开始可以去训练自己的表达能力时,不需要用各种花哨的从句来实现。表达能力要求是言简意赅,复杂句总是给教授看的。

        Citizens who knew what was going on voted him out of office.

        Knowledgeable citizens voted him out of office.

        类似这样的缩减,用另外一种更精准、更简便的表达方式,来实现我们训练的目的。

        三、雾里看花,不能举一反三

        如raise,rise,arise三个词在考试前就应该弄明白,有的考生遇到他们却仍是模棱两可;practice是“实践”,形容词practical的意思是“实际的,实用的”,而副词practically却是“几乎,简直”。同学们丢分不完全是单词背得少,而往往是记得不够细致。解决这个问题的办法其实很简单,就是在做题的时候多花一点点时间来揣测一下,为什么选A而不选B?A和B究竟在用法上有什么不同?一天一点,日积月累,一定有巨大的进步。

        四、不要过度修辞

        修辞手法你一定不陌生,也许你在英语中并不常用修辞。如果是这样,那请保持。如果你特别爱修辞,尤其是用在形容词部分,那么在学术类文章一定要改正。

        By the time she got home, Merdine was very tired.

        By the time she got home, Merdine was exhausted.

        五、简单句越多,越不容易出错

        提倡句子简练,并不是说都用简单句,有的同学甚至能用be动词写完整篇文章。一般来说,成功的英语作文都有不少亮点句子——恰如其分的复合结构或非谓语动词会使文章大为增色出彩。相反,通篇是简单句的堆砌,其实是语言技巧不成熟、不老练,甚至是语言水平低下的表现。在老师看来,同样的内容,如果能用比较复杂的句子结构来表达,那么你的语言水平当然要比只会用简单句来表达的高出一截,就是犯一些“无伤大雅”的错误也无妨。用体育比赛中“跳水”这一项目的行话来说,复杂句的难度系数更高。

        六、用复杂的词会使文章显得上档次

        有不少同学喜欢用大词难词显示自己驾驭语言的水平,其实语言水平绝不是体现在大词难词上。许多英美文学大家,他们的作品之所以受欢迎,是因为他们擅长用英语核心词、常见词和活跃词汇来随心所欲地表达思辨、心理、动作等。所以我们要下苦功学习常用词汇,争取用它们地道准确地表达自己的观点。比如曾经向学生发出挑战,用最凝练的语言表达:“你说的话太难了,我理解不了。”,得到的最好答案是“What you said is too difficult for me to understand.”。实际上,更地道的表达法只是隐藏在一个常用的介词beyond里,即:“What you said is beyond me”

        了解native speaker是如何使用这种单词的,比识记那些大词难词更值得我们花时间去做。再设置一个挑战题目,试试你驾驭语言的能力吧。如何表达“只要点击一下鼠标,就可以找到所有资料”这句话呢?如果把汉语中“点击”、“找到”这两个动词,以及“只要”这个逻辑连接词一一译出来,句子表达就太笨拙了。地道的表达应该是“All the information is only a few clicks away.”。单词的正确使用、恰当使用要经过一个知识累积的过程,如果没有足够的把握,千万慎用大词,地道、巧妙地使用小词反而更能彰显水平。你能说“His presence is a must.”(他必须到场。)这个句子没有水平吗?

        七、不要卖弄写作技巧

        有位作家曾经说过,“简单是最终极的复杂。”这句话涵盖了太多深奥的意义,至今我也没有琢磨透彻。但你在写作中就要刻意避免用太复杂的词组或从句。

        At this moment in time, students who are matriculating through high school should be empowered to participate in the voting process.

        High school students should have the right to vote.

        两句话之间的差异,你感受感受。

        八、有些没用的词组早点剔除掉

        句子里的词组,如果没有什么意义,直接拿掉,没必要留着没价值的文字表达。

        All things being equal, what I am trying to say is that in my opinion, all students should, in the final analysis, have the right to vote for all intents and purposes.

        Students should have the right to vote.

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高分essay代写范文:British private education

        下面Meeloun小编为大家整理一篇优秀的essay代写范文- British private education,供大家参考学习,这篇论文讨论了英国的私立教育。英国的基础教育阶段以公立学校为主,私立中小学所占比例较小,但其发展历史较长,形成了一批具有良好教育传统和较大规模的私立教育机构。英国学前、中小学、高等教育阶段的私立教育机构各有特点,但中小学和高等教育阶段的私立教育在整个教育体系中的占比不大。

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高分essay代写范文

        Early years or pre-school in England is for children between the ages of 0 and 5. All children aged three to four in England now get 570 hours of free pre-school a year. Some 2-year-olds from low-income families or with special educational needs also receive some free early education.

        There are various kinds of early education institutions in the UK, including chlidminders, domestic premises providers, non-domestic premises providers, early education institutions maintained by local governments, Independent schools with nursery provision.

        In the five categories of early education providers or institutions, except the early education institutions funded by local governments, all other institutions or individual services need to be purchased by parents, but the state will provide subsidies according to the number of children.

        In 2013, there were 55,900 child-care workers registered with the state supervision office, 17,900 full-time small-group early education institutions, 7,100 part-time early education institutions and only 450 full-time children’s centers. The number of after-school nursing institutions reached 13,400, 12,800 before classes, and 7,200 during holidays. School-based early education institutions include 400 pre-schools, 7,600 primary schools with all dependent pre-schools and pre-schools, and 8,800 primary schools with all pre-schools but no pre-schools.

        In the UK, the basic education stage is dominated by public schools, with private primary and secondary schools accounting for a small proportion. However, it has a long history and has formed a group of private education institutions with good educational tradition and large scale, such as Eton College and Harrow Schoo. These are considered the world’s top private schools.

        According to the department for education, as of October 21, 2014, there were 2,377 private primary and secondary schools in England, accounting for about 10% of the total number of 24,354 schools in England. In addition, about 60 new private schools are opened in England each year. As of January 2014, there were about 574,800 private primary and secondary students in England, accounting for about 7% of England’s 8.3 million primary and secondary students. There are a few private schools in Scotland and even fewer in Northern Ireland.

        In England and wales, private schools are called “independent schools”. British private schools are typical of the characteristics of privilege and elite education. The public school, the symbol of British private schools, is an obvious example. Strict selection and examination of new students, academic courses, high-level teachers and teaching are the premise and guarantee of its elite education function. But British private schools, with their high fees, are seen as “posh” schools, or stepping stones into them. According to the British broadcasting corporation reported in August 2014, the proportion of primary and middle school students attend private school in England, though only 7%, but 50% of the British parliament’s upper house members, 36% of the cabinet, parliament members of the house of Commons, 33% and 71% of senior judges, 62% of senior officers, 55% of senior civil servants, 53% of senior diplomats, 45% of public institutions, chairman of the 44% of the Sunday times rich list is a list of private school was born.

        After the war, private primary and secondary schools with the nature of church, such as Catholic schools and Anglican schools, were incorporated into the public education system and became Voluntary Aid school or Assisted school. The schools are still owned by the church and run by a semi-independent body, but are so tightly controlled by the government that they are no longer strictly private.

        In the 1980s, in order to change the uneven development and declining quality of British public schools, the conservative government under thatcher carried out a series of reforms to improve education standards and introduced the market into education. The education reform act of 1988 decided to establish urban technical colleges, which was an attempt to implement school autonomy. It is independent of local education authorities. About 80% of its school funding comes from the central education department. Another 20% is sponsored by local enterprises, thus giving enterprises the opportunity to participate in school education. In 2000, the former education and employment secretary, David Blunkett, announced the City Academies Programme as a complementary Programme for specialist schools to improve the quality of teaching in failing schools and improve academic achievement in such schools. City charter schools receive government funding but are run by private or voluntary groups. City Academies was dropped in 2008, which marked the beginning of charter schools in non-urban areas.

        In July 2010, the British government issued the Academy Act 2010, which still defined charter schools as public schools. However, charter schools have a high degree of autonomy in the process of running schools. The funds are not allocated by local education departments, but directly funded by the ministry of education. The government actively advocates the establishment of free schools. The only difference between free schools and charter schools is that the latter is mainly transformed from existing schools, while the former can provide parents and teachers dissatisfied with the local education situation with the opportunity to apply for opening new schools. In other words, if parents and teacher groups have a need, they can set up free schools through a certain application process. In fact, not only parents’ and teachers’ groups can apply to open new schools, but also universities, charities, businesses and voluntary groups can apply to open free schools. Free school is a special public school in nature, and the state’s financial allocation is still one of its most important financial sources. As of June 2014, the department for education had approved the admission of 331 free schools.

        There are 155 universities with independent degree awarding qualifications in the UK, of which six private institutions have the right to grant degrees, namely the University of Buckingham established in 1976, Regent’s University and University of Law approved in 2012, and BPP University, Ashridge Business School and ifs University College approved in 2013.

        There are also 650 Listed Bodies in the UK that offer complete degree courses but are not individually degree-granting. They can partner with degree-granting universities to enable their students to obtain university degrees. There are also higher education institutions in the UK that do not offer full degree programmes.

        In recent years, the continuous rise of private higher education institutions has also become a new feature of British independent education. Private universities, which rely entirely on tuition fees and are not funded by the government’s higher education funding council, are seen as a new way to develop higher education in Britain amid funding cuts. This approach can increase the number of college students without the need for taxpayer funding. The department for business, innovation and skills, which has introduced policies to encourage more competition in higher education, is considering changes to the law and easing restrictions to promote more private universities. More and more companies are also join this industry, such as the famous British press, and Pearson education institutions in February 2013 announced the opening of Pearson College, through the way of cooperation with public universities set up 2 years or 3 years is given priority to with practical skills and ability of business courses, working with public university diplomas. Other big private groups include Britain’s Cambridge Education Group and INTO, Australia’s Navitas and Study Group, and America’s Kaplan and Apollo Group. In addition, about 100 overseas private higher education institutions have branches in the UK.

        According to the “status of private higher education in the UK” report released by the department of business, innovation and skills in June 2013, there are at least 674 private higher education institutions in the UK, with a total number of about 160,000 students, while the total number of undergraduate and above students in the 2013-2014 academic year reached 2.34 million.

        Private pre-schools, independent schools and private universities in the UK are generally registered as charities. Although this gets less financial support, but can get a lot of preferential tax.

        The British government determines the amount of financial support based on the number of students in private pre-school institutions. Most private-school preschools operate mainly by charging parents.

        Private primary and secondary schools bear the major investment and operating costs by themselves, but if the local government arranges private schools to accept students, especially students with special needs in the community, the schools can receive government subsidies. According to the statistics report on special education needs of students in England released by the department for education on September 4, 2014, in 2014, the proportion of special education needs students admitted by independent schools was 5.1%, while that of non-public special education schools was 1.7%. The Independent School Council, which has 1,257 private School members, reported in its 2013-2014 academic year that its members received 117m from early education grants, local government grants, government music dance talent grants and other sources. According to a 2014 report by Oxford Economics, a consultancy, independent school board members contribute 9.5bn to the Gross Value Added of the UK economy, equivalent to the size of the city of Liverpool, and pay 3.6bn in taxes.

        The charter schools act of 2010, passed by the British government, allowed private schools to become charter schools on the condition that they provided free education. At the same time, the government strongly promotes the free schools program to support businesses, private, civil society and private schools to open free schools. Charter schools come from a wide range of sources, including individuals, enterprises, social groups, religious groups and universities.

        Charter school programs and free schools programs are increasingly breaking down the lines between private and public education. Many independent schools are already sponsoring or co-sponsoring public colleges, sharing expertise with public colleges and promoting public schools. By early 2014, 16 private schools had been incorporated into the public education system through free schools and charter programs, according to the department of education. More than 100 independent schools are expected to be added to the public education system over the next decade, the charter schools programme’s founder, Lord Andrew adonis, a former secretary of state for schools at the department for education, said in January 2014.

        Private higher education institutions mainly rely on tuition fees to maintain their operations. The British government supports private higher education institutions mainly by providing tuition loans to students through the Student Loan Company under the government. In addition, private institutions of higher education also apply for research funding, but their research capacity is generally weak, so they receive less funding. The following part mainly analyzes the support of tuition loan to private higher education institutions.

        After the government raised the cap on tuition fees to 9,000 in 2012, schools received less money directly from the government and more revenue from fees charged to students. Most students will be able to apply for a loan from the government when they enter the university. The tuition loan will be paid directly into the university’s account and will be repaid on a monthly basis after they graduate with an annual income of 21,000. Not only are university students from charities such as regent university and buckingham university eligible for student loans, but undergraduate students from for-profit higher education institutions such as BPP university are also eligible for student loans. In the 2012-13 academic year, private higher education institutions received 21,500 more student loans for tuition fees than in the 2010-11 academic year, according to a report by the union of university vice-chancellors.

留学生essay写作如何查阅资料?

        很多留学生在完成essay写作时总是不知道怎么去查阅资料,经常在查阅资料的过程中浪费大量的时间,导致essay很难按时完成。今天Meeloun小编就给同学们分享几个查找资料的小tips,希望可以帮到大家!

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essay写作资料查阅

        充分利用图书馆资源

        英美校园图书馆大多仅对学生开放,配有电脑检索、打印扫描、数据库搜索等服务,同学们入学后会由staff带领进入图书馆,熟悉藏书室和馆内的配套服务功能。大多数学校可以提前网上预订、征调书籍,自动借还机也可以让借阅归还变得更加快速容易。

        借阅书本

        每学期刚开始时,与课程表同时到达你手中的还会有各门课程的reading list。在写论文之前,可以先去图书馆借来部分老师推荐的key reading(书本数量有限,手慢一步可能会借不到哦)。在拿到老师本次布置的作业之后,首先要仔细阅读essay topic的要求,然后检查先前借到的书籍是否合适且足够,如需补充可在reading list里找到相关话题的书、chapter、article;如果这门课有textbook,一定要找到相关章节和段落;老师的PPT或者lecture notes,找到和essay相关的。以上这些资料一定要认真go through,对于topic的理解和之后怎样做reference都有很大帮助,并且这些都是最最基本的阅读资料。

        网上检索

        若没有借到实体书本,也可以通过online access进行网上阅读,或登录学校租赁的一些database查找e-resource。同学们可以尽情使用好这些resource,学校每年都会交一大笔费用用于教授或学生使用这些资源,所以你用起来都是免费的。

        写作中心

        中国学生刚到英国,由于教育体制的不同,难免有些不适应。国外大学图书馆内有些会设置Writing Centre,专门提供写作指导,这对于刚去留学的小伙伴来说可是非常有用。

        以上就是Meeloun小编分享的在essay写作过程中可以用到的查阅资料的方法了,这些方法可以帮同学们节约大量时间哦!希望可以帮到大家!需要essay代写及修改润色服务的同学可以联系我们的客服哦!

高分学术essay写作句型分享

        一篇优秀的英文学术论文除了思路清晰,还需要做到表达准确。积累,积累再积累将成为日后写作各类essay写作的捷径。如何让学术essay写作表达更地道?下面Meeloun小编举了一些例子,希望同学们能够积累起来。

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学术essay写作句型

        表示获得关注:

        considerable attention has been paid…

        have attracted extensive interest…

        have lately received great attention…

        表示本领域目前出现的困境:

        is/are facing challenges and it is worthwhile devoting much effort…

        remain/ramains an ongoing challenge…

        has/have yet to be identified…

        引进一个新事物,新材料,新方法:

        has emerged as an interesting candidate because…

        It is no surprise that…have been targeted as…

        表示探索,挖掘:

        explore, probe, investing, exploit

        表示提出:

        propose, point out, claim, state

        表示做了实验:

        perform, carry out, conduct, undertake, adopt

        表示阐释:

        illustrate, elucidate, uncover

        表示证明:

        certify, verify, justify, substantiate

        表示认定:

        identify, specify

        表示展示性能:

        present, demonstrate, reveal, show, exhibit, feature, posses, have, display, depict, deliver

        对。。。有好处:

        be beneficial for…/ be favorable to…

        boost/ promote

        对。。。不好:

        detrimental to…

        risks…

        表示吹牛:

        opens the door to research…

        provides insights into…

        pave a new way…

        unlocks the critical bottleneck of…

        表示导致,A对B产生了不好的影响

        raise concerns of its application in…

        pose an important challenge to…

        precludes their potential application in…

        同学们可以将这些句型收藏起来哦!后面的学术essay写作相信会用得到!需要essay代写的同学可以咨询我们的在线客服哦!