A thorough and precise thesis statement is one of the most important aspects of writing an impressionable essay, as it can guide your reader through your paper and help to clarify your argument. This podcast is great for students who need assistance with choosing a topic and organizing main findings. We also provide English and social science thesis examples that are extremely helpful!
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Punctuation can be confusing and sometimes frustrating. If you want to better understand the fundamentals of punctuation, this podcast will help. It includes five key punctuation rules that will ease your frustration.
Writing a scientific paper is different than writing, say a theory paper, and there are certain things your professor will be looking for. This podcast will tell you how to write a clear thesis and produce a proper scientific paper.
It is important to sell your skills and experience in your resume, but it is also important to be honest. Resume fraud is unacceptable. This helpful podcast defines resume fraud and provides tips on how to make your resume stand out without being dishonest.
Plagiarism is the act of representing someone else's ideas as your own and is a serious offense. As discussed in this podcast, properly citing your sources is one way to avoid plagiarism.
Understanding sentence structure and grammar can be difficult. In this podcast, we discuss appositives and provide examples. This podcast gives the rules for using appositives correctly.
This podcast provides detailed definitions of the three brackets commonly used: Square, Curly, and Angle Brackets. We elaborate on these definitions using multiple examples of when each bracket is appropriate.
When am I supposed to use capitalization? If this is a question you ask yourself, then listen to this podcast.
When giving a presentation, visual aids can be both helpful to the speaker and enticing to the viewer. This podcast will give you helpful tips for making an attention grabbing PowerPoint presentation, such as spending time on your opening and closing slide and incorporating a striking visual theme.
In formal academic writing, the placement or improper use of "only" is a mistake that can affect the clarity of your work and potentially change the overall meaning of your sentences. This podcast details how to avoid the wandering only and also gives examples.