Some of you have been asking…so here it is.. My Hunger Games Collection;
- Mellark Bakery book bag
- Peeta Mellark Blanket
- Hunger Games book
- Caching Fire book
- Mockingjay book
- US Weekly Magazine Hunger Games Edition
- The Hunger Games Soundtrack
- Mockingjay Pin
- Peeta Mellark Shirt
- Tribute Guide
- District 12 shirt
- Hunger Games arena shirt
- Two Hunger Games advanced screening tickets(courtesy of Tumblr)
- “The World of The Hunger Games”book
- The Hunger Games movie cup
- Mellark Bakery hoodie
- Peeta Mellark cardboard cutout
- 3 Hunger Games magnets
- Hunger Games inspired handmade necklace
- Hunger Games inspired hair bow
- Hunger Games inspired arrow headband
- Mellark Bakery glass
What is a persuasive essay? Put simply, a persuasive essay is a short commentary designed to persuade your audience. It is an article traditionally five paragraphs long that communicates yourposition in a persuasive manner.
n. pl. vo·cab·u·lar·ies
1. All the words of a language.
2. The sum of words used by, understood by, or at the command of a particular person or group.
3. A list of words and often phrases, usually arranged alphabetically and defined or translated; a lexicon or glossary
the practice or system of using certain conventional marksor characters in writing or printing in order to separateelements and make the meaning clear, as in ending asentence or separating clauses.
Some words in the English language tend to be overused and therefore lose their power. These are called Dead Words. Below is a list of dead words and more interesting alternatives that should be used in their place when you are writing.
Also: too, moreover, besides, as well as, in addition to
Awesome, Cool, Rad: fine wonderful, marvelous, great, fantastic
Scared: afraid, fearful, terrified, frightened
Very: extremely, exceedingly, fantastically, unusually, incredibly, intensely, truly, fully, especially, shockingly, bitterly, immeasurably
Like: such as, similar to, similarly
Kid: child, boy, girl, youngster, youth
Mad: angry, frustrated, furious, incensed, enraged
Got, Get: received, obtained, attained, succeed in
Then: first, second, next, later, finally, afterward, meanwhile, soon
Nice: pleasant, charming, fascinating, captivating, delightful, pleasurable, pleasing
Lots: Numerous, heaps, many, scores, innumerable
So: thus, accordingly, therefore
Fun: pleasant, pleasurable, amusing, entertaining, jolly
Good: excellent, exceptional, fine, marvelous, splendid, superb, wonderful
What is a Argument Essay:
To give information but also present an argument with the PROS (supporting ideas) and CONS (opposing ideas) of an issue.
Tips for writing a Argument Essay:
What is a Informative Essay?
The goal of an informative essay is not to present your opinion, but to inform or educate the audience on your topic.
Outline for Informative Essay:
Body Paragraph 1, 2 and 3:
A thesis statement explains in one sentence what your essay or story is going to be about.
An example of a thesis statement would be..
When the Civil War started in 1861 it changed America from a newly freed country into a developing nation!
As you can see, this sentence is telling you that the essay is going to be about the Civil War in 1861.