There are two basic organizational methods for a compare and contrast essay. Do you think one is a stronger method, or are they situational? Why?Note:
For me it is situational of course that would also depends on which format you are compatible either block or Point by Point Format. In writing Essay all you have to consider a topic that interests you and compels your imagination. [ [ Be prepared to devote a significant amount of time to researching and gathering information, with an eye to analyzing, interpreting and drawing conclusions that are distinctly your own. Build your argument precisely and methodically in a way that makes your conclusion seem effortless. Revise. Revise and then revise again. Thats it. ] ] Auto answered|Score .6|rhyann24|Points 528|Note:
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A Comparison or Contrast essay is an essay in which you either compare something or contrast something. A comparison essay is an essay in which you emphasize the similarities, and a contrast essay is an essay in which you emphasize the differences. [ We use comparison and contrast thinking when deciding which university to attend, which car to buy, or whether to drive a car or take a bus or an airplane to a vacation site.
In this section, two classic organizational patterns of a comparison or contrast essay will be discussed. One is called block arrangement of ideas; the other is called point-by-point or alternating arrangement of ideas.
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