If you are a college student in Canada, you must learn how to write perfect essays because they are part of the education curriculum. The number of essays written per academic year varies depending on the course you are pursuing.
Writing a perfect essay is often a tough skill to master as it requires creative thinking and logical planning. Still, the structure of different essays varies from one type of essay to the other. So, how do you write a perfect essay as a Canadian student?
Analyze the question of the essay
This is the first step to writing a perfect essay. Every essay should respond to specific questions. If you veer off from these questions, then the work is treated as irrelevant. Before you start working on your essay, you have to ask yourself; what am I supposed to answer?
To analyze the question effectively, watch out for the content, limiting, and directive terms. Content terms are key concepts that are specific to a particular task. On the other hand, the limiting term is the scope that your topic should focus on. Directive terms tell you what you should do about the content that’s supposed to be written.
Writing a perfect essay requires a lot of effort. That’s especially true if you are looking forward to getting high scores. With other assignments, it can be very challenging to develop a perfect college application essay format. As a Canadian college student, you can opt for the paid essays from Ca.EduBirdie. The professionals on this site have a great experience on how to write a college essay format. So, you can be sure they can handle any Canadian essay nicely. This will give you more time to revise for the other subjects.
Define your argument
Every essay has one main argument that’s supported by several ideas. To write a perfect essay, you have to define your arguments. You have to take an informed position or point of view on the topic presented to you. Points should then back up the argument with well-analyzed quotations.
Even though you aren’t required to explain every single point you have written with a quotation, there is no harm in doing that. It enriches your appreciation of the question, and it will impress the examiner. Ensure that you look for specific literary techniques when selecting the best quotations.
Organize a coherent essay
A perfect essay should have three basic components. That’s the introduction, body, and conclusion. The introduction part of the essay introduces your argument. The general order of the introduction is as follows. There is a general statement about the topic, and the thesis statement shows your argument and a “roadmap” of the essay.
In the body, you have to develop and elaborate your argument. Here, you must present great points supported by evidence from incredible sources. The body should be written in paragraphs where each presents a unique idea to support your argument. The conclusion should not offer any new material.
An essay that’s written is likely to get a high grade. There is no need to use phrases that you aren’t sure of. Even if they are interested in the context you read them from, that doesn’t mean they will be interesting to the examiner. What matters is whether your points can be explained clearly. To achieve clarity, you need to revise your essay and edit all the errors you will encounter.
A well-written essay should be clear regarding overall structure, paragraphs, and sentences. Does the structure of your paper correspond to the “roadmap” set out in the introduction? Does each paragraph in your essay support the main idea? These two questions will help you gauge the clarity of your essay.
Reference all the sources correctly
The perfectly written essay should be cited correctly to ensure that all information presented is accurate and complete. There are different ways that you can use to cite your essay paper. The instructor will specify the method that should be used for reference.
Remember that you have researched different sources on the internet, and all the sources belong to disparate individuals. So, you must acknowledge them in your work by correctly citing all the quotations.
If you follow the tips presented above, you can be sure that you will perform better. You have to practice them as many times as possible. That’s the only way you will be able to perform better than the other Canadian students. So, analyze the question, define your arguments, organize your essay, write clearly, and reference all the sources.
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Celebrations and protests planned for first in-person Canada Day in Ottawa in years
OTTAWA — Both celebrations and protests are set to take place throughout downtown Ottawa for Canada Day.
Heritage Canada says for the first time in 50 years, Ottawa’s main celebrations are being moved off Parliament Hill, where Centre Block is under construction.
The main events in LeBreton Flats Park and at Place des Festivals Zibi in Gatineau include a daytime ceremony and evening performances, acrobatic shows and activities for families.
The Canadian Forces Snowbirds, however, will not fly over the capital as planned — a recent technical issue has been fixed but the team needs time for practice flights and maintenance before returning to the air next weekend.
Meanwhile, a new round of protests against COVID-19 pandemic restrictions are scheduled throughout Ottawa’s downtown core.
Organizers say they plan to march from the Supreme Court of Canada to city hall in the afternoon, and hold a dance party on Parliament Hill in the evening.
There have been several large demonstrations since supporters of the “Freedom Convoy” occupied the downtown core for three weeks in January and February.
While police have plans in place, preventing demonstrations from getting out of hand during Canada Day is likely to be complicated by the presence of thousands of people celebrating the national holiday.
Mayor Jim Watson said Monday that people should feel comfortable heading to the Canada Day celebrations, but to be prepared for delays, street closures and other travel disruptions.
The city has put in place a vehicle control zone around Parliament Hill, from 8 a.m. Wednesday to 6 a.m. Monday, to prevent vehicle-based protests.
The bylaw department has increased fines for unusual noise, shouting, urination or defecation on roads and sidewalks, blocking a highway and idling. Fines are now $1,000 for all five offences, and the city says its zero-tolerance approach will also apply to fires, fireworks and littering.
Ottawa police said there will be significant road closures along with a major increased police presence, including support from Ontario Provincial Police and RCMP.
This report by The Canadian Press was first published July 1, 2022.
This story was produced with the financial assistance of the Meta and Canadian Press News Fellowship.
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Putin maintains he’s not relenting on the war with Ukraine
Putin said while the goals stay the same, the tactics used to achieve them may change according to what the military considers appropriate.
“Everything is going according to plan nothing changed, (as the goal is to) liberate Donbas, to protect these people and to create conditions that would guarantee the safety of Russia itself. That’s it!
I am not talking about deadlines, I never do, because that’s life, this is reality. Imposing deadlines is wrong, because it is related to the intensity of the fighting, and the intensity is directly linked to the possible casualties, and we have to first and foremost think about preserving the lives of our guys,” said Putin.
Russia sent troops into Ukraine on February 24, 2022, citing Kyiv’s failure to implement the Minsk agreements designed to give the regions of Donetsk and Lugansk special status within the Ukrainian State. The Minsk protocols were first brokered by Germany and France and were signed in 2014.
As a result, Russia recognized the Donbas Republics as independent States and demanded that Ukraine officially declare itself a neutral country that will never join any Western military bloc.
Meanwhile, the United Kingdom (UK) has pledged to provide Ukraine with artillery worth US$1.2 billion.
“UK weapons, equipment and training are transforming Ukraine’s defences against this onslaught, and we will continue to stand squarely behind the Ukrainian people to ensure Putin fails in Ukraine,” said UK’s Prime Minister, Boris Johnson.
However, Russia has repeatedly warned against the supplies of weapons to Ukraine by the United States, the UK and other allied nations, saying it will only prolong the fighting while increasing the risk of a direct military confrontation between Russia and the West.
R. Kelly to appeal 30-year-sentencing
New York, United States of America (USA)- Jennifer Bonjean, R. Kelly’s attorney has said that the R&B artist will be appealing the 30-year-sentencing handed down by US District Judge Ann Donnelly yesterday afternoon.
Prior to yesterday’s sentencing, Kelly was found guilty of racketeering and sex crimes including kidnapping, sexual misconduct, bribery, and sexual exploitation of a child.
“We were prepared for it. We are now prepared to fight this appeal. Kelly is fine. We are excited about this appeal that we are bringing, obviously, it was a hard day he’s been sentenced to a serious sentence but we are confident in the arguments that we raised.
30 years in prison is like a life sentence for him but at the same time, we knew the government was asking for 25 years, and we were prepared for what the judge might impose. He has regrets and is sad. He disagrees with the characterizations that have been made about him, he is not a predator,” said Bonjean.
In addition, Bonjean said Kelly did not breach the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) Act, which provides for extended criminal penalties and a civil cause of action for acts performed as part of an ongoing criminal organization.
“Our position is this was not a RICO or racketeering act violation. These were isolated events that happened many years ago and the government simply tried to plead around the statute of limitations to bring it in a RICO charge, which was inappropriate. All I can tell you is there was no enterprise. It was one man with allegations by a number of women, which doesn’t make it an enterprise and that is why he is not guilty of racketeering,” said Bonjean.
Kelly’s sentencing comes years after sexual misconduct allegations were first made. He was charged with 21 counts of making child sexual abuse videos involving various sexual acts in June 2002 but was acquitted on all counts following a trial in 2008.
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