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Who couldn’t use a little homework help from time to time? The resources listed below are designed to help nurses navigate their way through nursing degree programs—and their careers. Find everything from tips on writing compelling term papers to how to convert body temperatures from Fahrenheit to Celsius, and more.

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Jan 21, 2010

Close reading is a term used to describe how you ought to be using your sources. The most important element of close reading is questioning; it is imperative that you actively engage the text in order to develop your own ideas to use as arguments.

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Jan 21, 2010

Vary your sentence structure -Nothing seems more unsophisticated than an uninterrupted succession of subject-verb constructions. Take a series of sentences like the following as an example: "Moby Dick can symbolize both

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Jan 21, 2010

The meat and potatoes of your body paragraphs will be a mixture of textual summary and your analysis of it. Once you've done your close reading and structured your topic sentence for a paragraph, go back and pull out the details you've highlighted.

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Jan 21, 2010

When looking at your paper as a whole, it is much better for your paragraphs to relate according to a process of thought, rather than of chronology. If it seems as though your paragraphs are divided according to the order of your source

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Jan 21, 2010

If you're asked to "discuss" or "analyze" something (for example, "Discuss the effects of the Enlightenment on the French Revolution), it means you need to treat a specific aspect of a broad topic. It is important, in these cases, to stick to the specific focus of the prompt: don't talk about the Enlightenment itself or other aspects of the French Revolution. You must confine your paper solely to the specific relationship between the two.

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