How could i start this essay?

i have to write a historical essay about myself. i have to understand who i am,and go back in life and get 3 influences that has helped me be myself today!and how could i start this essay?(if it was u writing this essay what would ur 3 influences be?)(just trying to get ideas)

Beijing Olympics Info needed…?

does anyone know what was on the land before they built the ‘birds nest stadium’ for the olympics? please, i really need help; its for an essay. this is really important.

Is anyone good at paraphrasing paragraphs?

I have to paraphrase three paragraphs in Stephen Gould’s “Women’s Brains” essay. I have attempted to do this, but I find it utterly difficult to interpret his style of writing.Help, please!P.S. You can find his essay here: [external link] Just open the PDF that’s in the link under “1.” (If you’re interested in helping at all.): (

Will anyone please help me edit my essay for school?

Yeah, it would be great if you could find any grammar errors, punctuational errors, spelling errors or anything else. Oh, and did I source things right? Opinions all together would be great. Thank you :) As a child, one might dream of being a princess or a firefighter when they grow up, but sometimes those dreams do not come true. Opinions change and people see the bigger picture about having a job. One year a person might consider being a bank accountant, and the next year being a paleontologist. It’s a critical choice to one’s life and that choice may end up being a special education teacher. Special education teachers devote a lot of time with being one on one with kids who have more needs then other children. Of course, when deciding if this is a person’s dream job, they should know what a special education teacher does on a day to day basis, the high and lows of such a career, the requirements to become a special education teacher, and what a person could do to prepare for such a job in high school.On a day to day basis, special education teachers work with children that are different than other children. Some things that might make the child different is they can’t comprehend or understand things like other kids, some may not be able to speak or move parts of their bodies, and some may think at a lower level then other children. According to bls.gov.com, “Special education teachers help to develop an Individualized Education Program (IEP) for each student receiving special education. The IEP sets personalized goals for the student and is tailored to that student’s individual needs and abilities.”(1) Special education teachers make plans for each child that they are responsible for accordingly to their personal needs, making sure that each goal will realistically be met someday. According to Wiscareers, special education teachers also monitor the progress of their students throughout the whole school year (1). This will show the teachers where the student’s strengths are and where they need help for in the future. Basically a special education teacher has similar roles to an elementary school teacher since most of the special education students stay in one classroom. By the end of the school year, special education teachers could make $44,920 since that is the national average according to Wiscareers (1). Of course this is not such an easy job; it defiantly has its highs and lows just like any other job. Being a special education teacher can really open the eyes of some people. As stated in about.com’s article written by Sue Watson, she says, “I spent many months working with a child with Cerebral Palsy with the main goal being achieving a yes/no response. After months of working on this, it was achieved and she would raise her hand for yes and shake her head for no. These kinds of things are often just taken for granted, this was a very big learning leap for this child and made the world of difference.”(1) Everyday humans use the ability to talk to people, walk around to get to destinations, and write their name without even thinking about it. These children with needs spend their days working on goals such as moving a part of their body to symbolize something. The average human being takes for granted all the abilities humans have. That’s why working with these kinds of children can be a positive thing, helping them to achieve goals that can help them throughout the rest of their lives. Another thing that would be considered a high for special education teachers is just the fact that they are helping a child with needs according to Wiscareers (1). This is a very good thing because helping someone gives a sense of pride for most people, knowing that being a special education teacher can make a difference to the students. Although this job is not all inspirational fun, it does have its disadvantages too. Kids with these disabilities can be the sweetest things at one moment or an aggressive monster the next. On Bright Hub, an author that goes by the username stacy1172, writes an article talking about how kids can be unpredictable and so aggressive at times. Based on what the author said, a special education teacher needs the skill of patience’s to keep the outburst under control along with a peaceful head during these aggressive outburst to not disturb the child more then what the child is going through during this experience. A downer to being a special education teacher is how many hours they work. A special education teacher can work 36-40 hours in a classroom and 10-20 hours of planning material per week according to Wiscareer (1). Now of course teachers can’t do everything at school they also have to bring work home with them for grading, planning, meetings etc. For what special education teachers do they don’t get a lot for doing it. Too bad a person can’t just walk into a building and start working there. People actually have requirements to become a teacher.

To Kill a Mockingbird essay help, please!?

My essay is about whether or not Aunt Alexandra should take custody of Jem and Scout or Atticus should retain custody of his children. I chose that Atticus should, but I need help on why Aunt Alexandra shouldn’t and also was hoping to get 2 good reasons on why Atticus should still retain custody of his kids. AND I NEED HELP ON A THESIS! eh, im sorry for asking for so much.but this is big and i need as much help asi can get. and IT WOULD MEAN A LOT TO ME.(i’m not trying to make you to do the essay for me, i just need help with evidence and facts) PLEASE and THANK YOU :)

Conclusion for “to kill a mockingbird” essay on courage to change?

hello everyone. im doing an essay on to kill a mockingbird. the topic is courage to change. my characters are atticus, boo radley, and mrs. dubose. i need help for the conclusion, please! you will do a great favor.

How is Origami, the paper folding art, known in the US?

I’m an international student and I’m currently writing an admission essay for some US colleges, about my experience of doing origami. Modern origami is not a popular art in my country, and most people have never heard about it. But it seems more pervasive in the US. How popular it is? Do I have to make further explanation about this art in my essay in case those who read it are not familiar with it?

How should I reference my essay?

I’m writing an economics essay in which I have paraphrased alot of theoretical models. How should I reference these models? The often take upto a page in describing, but I do write in my own words

Can anyone proofread part of my essay?

Here it is: [external link] …The essay has to be 400-600 words, but I have 2 paragraphs so far (need 5 total) and I already have 288 words… any tips on how I can shorten it? I need to use quotes from 2 plays and compare them without making the essay too long.Thanks to anyone who can help! =] I appretiate it!

What does this quote mean?

No cause is helpless if it is just. Errors, no matter how popular, carry the seeds of their own destruction.I am writing an essay about texting and driving. It needs to include at least one quote and I thought this was acceptable. I am still kind of iffy about what it means though. what do you think?