Debut albums Essay Topics

Pizza! the Best Party Food

Ding! Dong! “The pizza’s here everybody”. What do you mostly always eat when there is a party? What do you expect to eat at a party? That’s right! It’s pizza. A party without pizza is like a store without anything to sell. Some reasons that it is the best party food is that everybody eats… View Article

A Trip To A Water Park

?Everybody probably feels the need to set aside all the stress and just be free. Sozo Water Park is a place I go to once in a while when I feel this way. Sozo Water Park, or as I call it, “adventure world”, is a place filled with a lot of fun and excitement. It… View Article

Importance of Time

Time is said to be eternal. It is said that it has neither a beginning nor an end. Yet men are able to measure it as years, months, days, hours, minutes and seconds. They have also given meanings to the words – past, present and future. True, time has a meaning. It moves.Yet time is… View Article

Value of Time

The value of time is limitless, it cannot be measured. The value of time arises from the fact that human life is short but he has to do a lot of works within the short span of time. Each work requires some time. If the work is not finished in time, it may not be… View Article

Morality and Ralph

1. Dominant impression: Genuine goodness is rare and can even overtake the sense of order or of savagery. Ralph, who represents order, and Jack, who represents barbarism, both try to look for Simon (representing human goodness), but he doesn’t follow either of them, only his own heart. Genre: Fiction 2. Allegory. Ralph is order, shown… View Article

Meaning of life – Life

“Life neverseems to be the waywe want it butwe have to liveit the bestwaywecan! There isnoperfectlife,but we can fill it with PERFECT MOMENTS HOPE & END r always there for everyone! Depends on us how we deal with them.. A HOPELESS END! or An ENDLESS HOPE! The joy that u give to othersis d joy… View Article

High School and Handball

There should always be something special to you that will warm your heart when you think of it. As I sit at home everyday, I think of this special thing that will brighten my day and get me off my seat. Ever since I can remember, handball was one of the few things I never… View Article

Gun politics in the United States

To draw up case studies, it is first important to understand its various aspects. For an effective case study, one must first understand the principles of a case. It is important to understand what a case is, the types of cases there are and their purposes. Following this understanding, the methods of analyzing and discussing… View Article

Shakespeare Poems

Comparing and Contrasting Shakespeare’s “Sonnet 18” and “Sonnet 130” Many men find different things that attract them to certain women. In “Sonnet 18” and “Sonnet 130” William Shakespeare uses two different approaches to describe two opposite women he loves. Even through the poems are very much alike the poems also have very different. Shakespeare starts… View Article

A View from the Bridge

Pride plays a great role in the play, “A View from the Bridge”. The biggest victim of pride is Eddie, who loses both his pride and respect throughout the play. And this gradual loss heavily affects the characters’ behaviors. However pride does not seem to be the only factor that dictates the progress of the… View Article

The Other F-Word

In Leonard Pitts, nonfiction essay,“The other F-word” he uses powerful diction, evidence, and personal experiences to suggest that women need to be proud of their feminist’s values. He adopts a bold passionate tone in order for his mainly women audience to address the importance of this issue. Pitts opens his essay by powerful diction that… View Article

Exploration of Irony and Surprise

Irony and surprise are common literary devices authors use to communicate their ideas when writing literary works. Irony allows the writer to suggest an interpretation that is different from the literal meaning of the words used in the text. The element of surprise allows the writer to manipulate the reader’s expectations and take them somewhere… View Article

Foreshadowing and irony in “Story of an Hour”

Throughout the story “Story of an Hour” there are a few subtle instances of foreshadowing and irony. These instances explain the some of the scenes throughout the story. The opening sentence foreshadows Mrs. Mallard’s death at the end of the story as it explains how serious Mrs. Mallard’s heart trouble really was, as great care… View Article

Pre-Linguistic Development

As linguistic development designates the stage when children are able to manipulate verbal symbols, it should be apparent that pre-linguistic development refers to the stage before the child is able to manipulate such symbols. Consequently, this stage is sometimes called the pre-symbolic stage. Pre-linguistic development, therefore, concerns itself with precursors to the development of symbolic… View Article

Segment idea’s for school brodcast

1) The segment would be interviewing people on their favorite movie. The segment is trying to show the different genres of movies people like. I would accomplish this by interviewing 10 people. I would put the segment together by interviewing the 10 people; do an introduction, and putting cool music in the background. This would… View Article

Tomorrow when the war began

Tomorrow when the war began, written by John Marsden is an action genre book. The main themes are survival, change, relationships, friendships, courage, self-discovery and morality. The brief storyline is that Ellie and 6 friends go camping in a secret place for a week, and when they return a war/invasion has started in their hometown… View Article

How to Create a Smash Book

How to create a smash book, not a scrapbook. A smash book is a place where you can place the little things in life’ ticket stubs, magazine clips, recipes, snapshots, love letters, design ideas, pictures, and notes to self. It is faster than scrap booking and is portable too. A smash book can be made… View Article

An American Childhood

In Annie Dillard’s “An American Childhood” she takes us the reader back in time. She tells of the activities and games she played as a child, which also draws the reader in to her story more bringing back the same memories from their childhood. She sets the stage around Christmas time on a weekday in… View Article

The Knight in Rusty Armor

The Knight’s armor represents how he masks his emotions and hides from other people. He doesn’t express his feelings and the fact that he got his armor stuck meant he didn’t know how; after hiding his emotions for so long, he had forgotten what it meant to express them. “We’re all stuck in armor of… View Article

To explore the ways aspects of power are shown in the poem

This poem is a dramatic monologue about a woman whose lover is cheating on her with his mistress ‘Pauline’. The woman who is speaking talks about her feelings of hatred and betrayal, so she decides to show her lover how much she is hurt by poisoning his mistress and making him watch her die slowly…. View Article

To explore the ways aspects of power are shown in the poem

This poem is a dramatic monologue about a woman whose lover is cheating on her with his mistress ‘Pauline’. The woman who is speaking talks about her feelings of hatred and betrayal, so she decides to show her lover how much she is hurt by poisoning his mistress and making him watch her die slowly…. View Article

The best advice ever given

In my second interview with Cassie I learned some very valuable things. Cassie told me the best advice she ever received was no matter what happens, keep going, things might seem bad, but it’s not over yet and hard work pays off given by a family friend. Cassie says her family friend, Nikki, gave her… View Article

Acceptance speech

Acceptance speech: An Acceptance speech provides an expression of gratitude for some form of award which has been given on the basis of merit or excellence. How to Write An Acceptance Speech? Answer An acceptance speech is delivered when a person receives an award or some kind of recognition. Within the acceptance speech, you may… View Article

My favorite place

My favorite place is the Eiffel Tower. I have been there twice, and now I want to do it once again. I think it is the best place in France. Everyone knows where this beautiful construction is. All people should go there to have an amazing view and unforgettable memories. In addition, you can walk… View Article

Is technology a blessing or a curse in australia

Good Evening fellow speakers, judges and audience. Tonight I will be speaking about the topic is Technology a blessing or a curse? What is technology, the definition of technology in the Macquarie budget dictionary is the branch knowledge that deals with science and engineering. To me it means anything that helps us to live our… View Article

Essay on heroes

Heroes Introduction Paragraph: ●Hook Comparing Beowulf to my hero, David. Both courageous fighting against evil ●Thesis Unexpected heroes to defeat great evil. ●Transition Body Paragraph 1: ●Strongest point ●Introduction Hero’s don’t always come from our current Military, some don’t even come from the same country as we are. Having faith, sometimes a hero is the… View Article

Speech on life Experiences

When I think of life’s journey, I imagine a long road, a long grubby road that at times is surrounded by beautiful mountains and lakes, and at times is just layered through a hot dry desert. Sometimes, I just picture struggling people, as climbing up the mountains with their heavy bag packs. The abstract reality… View Article

Horses Poem – Edwin Muir

“Horses” Edwin Muir in First Poems, 1925 Notes Compiled and Edited by RI First Reading • The sight of horses now, in the present, leads the speaker to consider his feelings towards horses when he was a child: ‘Perhaps some childish hour has come again’. • Main focus: – The various descriptions of horses and the speaker’s feelings… View Article

Goals essay

Bo Jackson once said, “set your goals high, and don’t stop till you get there.” Without goals I would be lost on which move to make next. I would be like a baby without its mother, lost and confused. Goals determine where I’m going to go in life. Therefore, goals are very important to me… View Article