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美国留学生essay范文的分享与概述

发布时间: 2021-06-30
文章来源: 考而思
摘要:
美国论文主要以两种形式撰写:essay和report。Essay结构分为introduction,main body,conclusion.报告应载有内容提要,这需要高层次的结构,各条款应分成若干部分,每一部分应有不同的标题,下一章应为小标题等。。本篇文章为大家简单介绍一些essay范文。

  Hello~大家好,写一篇essay是每个留学生都要面临的问题,如何写出优秀的essay是一个不简单的问题,一篇优秀的essay不但可以提升自己的写作能力,而且可以给老师留下好印象。本文提供了一些创作essay的技巧与方法,希望能帮助到同学们。

  美国论文写作主要以两种形式撰写:essay和report。Essay结构分为introduction,main body,conclusion.报告应载有内容提要,这需要高层次的结构,各条款应分成若干部分,每一部分应有不同的标题,下一章应为小标题等。

  注意记录内容。朋友们对美国文化有一定的了解,他们知道美国人的想法是相反的,所以写文章也是一样的。请不要在文章开头阐述自己的观点,首先阐述一下文章的论据。

  American papers are mainly written in two forms: essay and report. The report should contain a summary, which requires a high-level structure. Each article should be divided into several parts, each part should have a different title, and the next chapter should be a subtitle.

  Note the contents of the record. Friends have a certain understanding of American culture. They know that Americans think the opposite, so it's the same to write articles. Please don't state your point of view at the beginning of the article. First, state the arguments of the article.

  Writing an essay is a problem that every foreign student has to face. How to write an excellent essay is not a simple problem. An excellent essay can not only improve their writing ability, but also leave a good impression on teachers. This article provides some skills and methods of creating essay, hoping to help students.

论文写作

  一般来说一篇Essay分为三部分

  Generally speaking, an essay is divided into three parts

  The first part

  At the beginning, 总起全文I'll start with the whole article. Generally speaking, I'd like to talk about the problems that will be discussed in the article. I'd like to talk about them briefly, or I can simply say your opinions

  The second part

  Divide your ideas into several parts.分层论述 Each paragraph has a theme. Choose the number of paragraphs according to your needs

  Each paragraph is basically a total score structure

  The third part

  At the end,结尾 you can summarize your point of view directly, or you can make concessions to the opposite point of view, dialectically look at the problem, and then finish

  范文 THE "PUNK ROCK PHILOSOPHER"

  I am on Oxford Academy’s Speech and Debate Team, in both the Parliamentary Debate division and the Lincoln-Douglass debate division. I write screenplays, short stories, and opinionated blogs and am a regular contributor to my school literary magazine, The Gluestick. I have accumulated over 300 community service hours that includes work at homeless shelters, libraries, and special education youth camps. I have been evaluated by the College Board and have placed within the top percentile.

  But I am not any of these things. I am not a test score, nor a debater, nor a writer. I am an anti-nihilist punk rockphilosopher. And I became so when I realized three things:

  1) That the world is ruled by underwear. There is a variety of underwear for a variety of people. You have your ironed briefs for your businessmen, your soft cottons for the average, and hemp-based underwear for your environmental romantics. But underwear do not only tell us about who we are, they also influence our daily interactions in ways most of us don't even understand. For example, I have a specific pair of underwear that is holey, worn out but surprisingly comfortable. And despite how trivial underwear might be, when I am wearing my favorite pair, I feel as if I am on top of the world. In any case, these articles of clothing affect our being and are the unsung heroes of comfort.

  2) When I realized I cannot understand the world. I recently debated at the Orange County Speech League Tournament, within the Parliamentary Division. This specific branch of debate is an hour long, and consists of two parties debating either side of a current political issue. In one particular debate, I was assigned the topic: “Should Nation States eliminate nuclear arms?” It so happened that I was on the negative side and it was my job to convince the judges that countries should continue manufacturing nuclear weapons. During the debate, something strange happened: I realized that we are a special breed of species, that so much effort and resources are invested to ensure mutual destruction. And I felt that this debate in a small college classroom had elucidated something much more profound about the scale of human existence. In any case, I won 1st place at the tournament, but as the crowd cheered when my name was called to stand before an audience of hundreds of other debaters, and I flashed a victorious smile at the cameras, I couldn’t help but imagine that somewhere at that moment a nuclear bomb was being manufactured, adding to an ever-growing stockpile of doom. And that's when I realized that the world was something I will never understand.

  3) When I realized I was a punk rocker philosopher. One summer night, my friend took me to an underground hardcore punk rock show. It was inside a small abandoned church. After the show, I met and became a part of this small community. Many were lost and on a constant soul-search, and to my surprise, many, like myself, did not have a blue Mohawk or a nose piercing. Many were just ordinary people discussing Nietzsche, string theory, and governmental ideologies. Many were also artists creating promotional posters and inventive slogans for stickers. They were all people my age who could not afford to be part of a record label and did something extraordinary by playing in these abandoned churches, making their own CDs and making thousands of promotional buttons by hand. I realized then that punk rock is not about music nor is it a guy with a blue Mohawk screaming protests. Punk rock is an attitude, a mindset, and very much a culture. It is an antagonist to the conventional. It means making the best with what you have to contribute to a community. This was when I realized that I was a punk rock philosopher.

  The world I come from consists of underwear, nuclear bombs, and punk rockers. And I love this world. My world is inherently complex, mysterious, and anti-nihilist. I am David Phan, somebody who spends his weekends debating in a three piece suit, other days immersed within the punk rock culture, and some days writing opinionated blogs about underwear.

  But why college? I want a higher education. I want more than just the textbook fed classrooms in high school. A community which prizes revolutionary ideals, a sharing of multi-dynamical perspectives, an environment that ultimately acts as a medium for movement, similar to the punk rock community. I do not see college as a mere stepping stone for a stable career or a prosperous life, but as a supplement for knowledge and self-empowerment; it is a social engine that will jettison us to our next paradigm shift.

  以上是essay相关写作范文,希望对同学们起到了一定帮助作用,考而思专注美国留学生辅导论文以及学习中遇到的各种问题,祝大家都能顺利完成自己的学业任务。

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