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How tos for the learners and the learned; tips and tricks to help you study effectively, survive your school years, impress your teachers and more.

  • Courtney Keller
    Published 2 months ago
    Kritios Boy

    Kritios Boy

    Let me start by saying: you will most likely take a fine arts class in high school, especially if you're majoring in Criminal Justice. This is a guide to help you with any art analysis. DO NOT USE THIS TO CHEAT
  • CD Turner
    Published 2 months ago
    Actual College Advice, Sans the Clickbait

    Actual College Advice, Sans the Clickbait

    Most college memes baffle me with how lazy some people are... but then I take a huge bite of some humble pie, and remember that I dropped out of community college during my second year. And guess what, in the seven years in which I searched for jobs in this podunk town, I had about three. I hated them all, and quit embarrassingly quickly. Why is adult life so hard for me? I could have been born and raised without emotional trauma, but nope! Life fucking whipped me with that trauma-coated cat-o'-nine-tails and basted my raw wounds with lemon juice.
  • Take My Online Class Now
    Published 2 months ago
    Major Guidelines for Writing an English Academic Essay

    Major Guidelines for Writing an English Academic Essay

    Writing an essay is generally the most dreaded of all assignments; people find the task of researching for relevant materials just as tedious as writing down the essay. All academic essays follow a basic structure of starting with an introduction, followed by a couple or more paragraphs of details related to the topic, and closing with a conclusion paragraph. Before you start the essay, read the instructions to decide on the structure of the essay—it could be written in the form of a narrative, persuasive, expository or a descriptive essay. Knowing the kind of essay that has to be written helps students to decide the topic and make an outline to highlight its important points.
  • Keran Mourning
    Published 2 months ago
    Useful Essay Writing Tips

    Useful Essay Writing Tips

    Teachers use essays to assess the skills of their students. However, writing essays is a dreaded task among many students. Most lack the necessary skills to deliver properly written essays, which adversely affects their grades. Others find essay writing to be boring and overwhelming to even come up with an introduction. With proper knowledge, essay writing is not as daunting as many may feel. This essay provides useful essay writing tips that can you use to confidently write your college essays.
  • Carlos Fox
    Published 2 months ago
    How to Write a Good Introduction

    How to Write a Good Introduction

    A good introduction is key to writing an engaging essay. Especially as readers’ attention spans are decreasing, a good introduction will ensure that you get the reader on your side immediately. Beyond encouraging people to read your paper, however, an introduction can serve as a useful way to preview points and orient the reader.
  • Brandi Brown
    Published 2 months ago
    Back to School Tips

    Back to School Tips

    Back to school can be a stressful time for parents, students, and teachers. There are some ways to make the process easier for parents as they prepare their children to move into the new school year. Spend the weeks before school starts getting ready for the year ahead to ensure a good experience for everyone. These tips should be basic starting points for getting your kiddo ready for back to school.
  • Marci Brodock
    Published 2 months ago
    Abundant Teaching
  • Patricia H
    Published 2 months ago
    So You Want to Read the Classics

    So You Want to Read the Classics

    If you've ever wanted to read the classics, or if you've ever been intimidated or embarrassed by how few of the books on the "100 Best Books" lists you've actually read, here's an easy and painless way to increase your "read that" list.
  • Kayla Bloom
    Published 2 months ago
    Assessment Supports and Accessibility for English Language Learners
  • Sydney Fabregas
    Published 2 months ago
    A Guide to Being Prepared!​

    A Guide to Being Prepared!​

    College auditions are intimidating, even for students with a record of high school productions, community theatre, or opera work. College programs are more demanding than ever, and expect serious commitment from students. 18-hour+ semesters, performance requirements, and increasing rehearsals are now the norm.
  • Marlo Boyd
    Published 2 months ago
    The Art of Balancing School & Sport

    The Art of Balancing School & Sport

    I have quite extensive experience in trying to balance my academics at University and striving to train hard for a sport that I'm dedicated to. Going to Brunel University London to study product design, which was a very full-on, coursework driven course that required a lot of hours, I faced challenges in finding a balance in my life between this and wanting to train at a high level for rowing.
  • Michael Hennis
    Published 2 months ago
    How to Make Your Vocabulary Strong

    How to Make Your Vocabulary Strong

    If you are looking for options to enhance your career, one profitable way is to build a strong vocabulary. By improving your vocabulary, you are not just learning new words, but you’re developing an ability to express yourself more clearly and precisely. Having an excellent vocabulary is advantageous in many ways: