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Tuesday, September 22, 2009

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The following items are in this video:

1. Ideas - As an exercise, think of two uses, a future use and two types for each object.
2. Breasoning - Think of the x, y, z dimensions and colour of each object.
3. Rebreasoning - Think of the fact that the person and the object in a sentence are connected by a verb (an action) that means they touch.
4. Breathsoning - Think of a reason that the object is good.
5. Rebreathsoning - Think of a reason that the verb (action) is done well.
6. Space - Think of spatial characteristics of the person in relation to the object.
7. Time - Think of temporal characteristics of the person in relation to the object.

See also:

1. Structure of a Paragraph - Think of a reason, its manifestation and a link to the main conclusion.
2. Test Links Using Control of Body, Money and Computers - Think of how the object is controlled by the body, how much the object costs and how the object functions can be used to think of a link between the reason and the main conclusion.
3. Mindmap - Brainstorm or "mind-map" ideas for your essay.
4. Learn how essays are graded, in terms of making distinctions between objects, in:
1. Marking Scheme - Humanities
2. Marking Scheme - Creative Arts and Science - Creative Arts and Science
5. Detailed Reasoning - Each reason in the essay should be checked using this technique for ample marks.
6. Essay Requirements - One may be awarded a certain grade based on the content of the essay.