Homework Help Sample via #Enotes.com: Chronicle of a Death Foretold by Gabriel Garcia Marquez


In the novel Chronicles of a Death Foretold, how does the theme of honor relate to the foretold death of Santiago? M.P. Ossa | College Teacher | (Level 3) Educator Emeritus The "death foretold" that this novel refers to is that of Santiago Nasar, a young man about town who was murdered after being falsely... Continue Reading →

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Multiculturalism and Sociology as Fields: Durkheim, Weber, and Mead: An analysis of theories


Meade, Durkheim and Multicultural Sociology

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This thesis will show the parallel histories of sociology and multicultural studies. The contributions of Durkheim and Weber will serve as a monitor of how both sciences were born, and have survived as in a symbiotic synergism which continues to develop until today.  The works of Margaret Mead will mirror the importance of social culture, and her impact on the study of sociology in terms of how ethical research and responsible analysis of diversity influences the validity of sociological work.  On and all, this paper will declare the uniqueness of multiculturalism within the study of sociology, and will argue that further studies and preparation will be needed to fully comprehend the extent to which society continues to change. 

A Brief Look into the History of Sociology

France, nineteenth century.  The French are barely recovering from the destruction and chaos brought in by the French Revolution:…

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A Rose for Emily: Homework Help via Enotes.com


M.P. Ossa | College Teacher | (Level 3) Educator Emeritus There are several interesting incidents that shine a light into the otherwise obscure world of Emily Grierson in the story "A Rose for Emily".  It is best to focus on those events that directly contribute to moving the plot forward, culminating in the highly climactic... Continue Reading →

Free TOEFL Test Practice Sites


Very useful!

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The Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) is given to students who have not graduated from a US High School, or have attended a non-US college, and are interested in pursuing Higher Ed studies in the United States. 

This is the breakdown of the test

Listening 30 to 50 40

to 60 minutes

adaptive short conversationslong conversations

dialogues

Structure 20 to 25 15

to 20 minutes

adaptive fill-inserror recognition
Reading 44 to 60 70

to 90 minutes

non-adaptive insert sentence

one best answer

 click on text

Writing 1 30 minutes non-adaptive a topic given to you

A typical graduate program that is competitive would want to see a score of over 600 under the new scoring system, although anywhere from 400-550 is also acceptable. 

Here are some awesome free practice sites for the TOEFL test that are sure to help you succeed. Click on the links and get instant access to them!

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VIVA EL CINCO DE MAYO!


How many words can you make in English or Spanish using this exact phrase? Click on the worksheets for more options! I assign a student to count from 1-?? (in silence). Then I assign a random student to ask the first student to stop. If the student stops at 15 seconds in, then that is... Continue Reading →

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