Source Essay Topics

Libraries, Documentation and Cross Referencing

One of the requirements for the final report in this course is to find and use information in external sources—either published, unpublished, or both. Of course, you might feel that your project needs no external information—that you already know it all. However, you should be able to identify information that you don’t know and that… View Article

Critical Reading

Reading is a very important part of learning, as it helps us gather information converting the information in a book, journal, newspaper, etc. into a usable form. It helps you understand a topic of a particular area of study and through out it is how we understand the topic and it is when we start… View Article

Follow the source assignment

In their article “patients with hippocampal amnesia cannot imagine new experiences’, which appeared in November 2006, Demis Hassabis, et al gives a deep analysis of amnesic patients. He asserts that amnesia is usually a profound loss of memory and caused by physical injuries of the brain or either by the intake of some toxic substances… View Article

Robert Frost’s “Directive”

“The past is redeemable through memory, imagination and retrospection, and through these powers of mind, an order and continuity are given to one’s life”. Such is the belief that Robert Frost adopted from Wordsworth and can be said to be the theme of Frost’s poem “Directive’. The poem begins in the voice of a guide,… View Article

The Amritsar Massacre

On one hand the sources suggest the Amritsar Massacre did create hostility among Indians towards the British, with the British government being portrayed as repressive and irresponsible. However, the alternative view presented by the sources is that Indians were not hostile towards the British, but they were in fact appreciative of their help and did… View Article

What is Information?

Information is a fact provided or learned about something or someone. Organisations can use information to work more effectively. There are many different types of information that organisations can use. These are qualitative information, quantitative information, primary information and secondary information. Qualitative Qualitative information is non-numeric information that is based on opinions. It is often word… View Article

Women’s Suffrage Movement Quiet Revolution The Bahamas

1(a) Study Source A. What role did the Women’s Suffrage Movement play during the ‘Quiet Revolution’ in The Bahamas? (7) To get the full marks you must give four or more factors with good explanation and provide a logical conclusion. In other words you must give four or more facts/major points that explain the role… View Article

Star Apple Sap as a alternative Glue

Contents : Significance of the Study As a student, this study is important because it can be used in many ways, like art works, decorating, and other school projects. Unlike the other glue, it is not expensive which is an important thing for students Scope and Limitations – This study the feasibility of the Star… View Article

Was Mary Bloody or Misunderstood

Mary became Queen of England in 1553, after she executed Lady Jane Grey. Source A, in the textbook, says that “There were bonfires and tables in every street and wine and beer and ale”, this is an account from the diary of a Londoner at the time Mary became Queen, and so it is quite… View Article

University of Phoenix Material

Is the source reliable? How do you know? This source is reliable; he is certified fitness specialist with a degree from Marymount Manhattan. Crupi is also owner of peak fitness gym in Westport, CT. Is the information relevant to the topic? The information is relevant because he is telling the reader how to properly workout… View Article