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Aug 13, 2009, 01:10pm   #1
Describe something you are passionate about. Why is it important to you and how does it affect your world view?

500 words maximum... Pls help thanks

What kind of help do you want? If you want us to think of a topic for you ok then. Write about how you are passionate about llamas and their breeding patterns. You see? I don't know what you want from us.
Aug 13, 2009, 01:27pm   #3
Ok the thing is this. Am have to write an essay on this topic(Describe something you are passionate about. Why is it important to you and how does it affect your world view?)

So i can be picked for a graduate program in I.T but i cant just figure it out..

Maybe passionate about technologies or something relating to I.T..
Aug 13, 2009, 01:41pm   #5
Sorry am just confused..

Ok can anyone help me on writing an essay on me been passionate about technology. Why is it important to me and how it affect my world view.

Really sorry fo how i put it but i dont speak good english
tobesky:
Really sorry fo how i put it but i dont speak good english

It's alright.

See, we can't really write your essay or tell you how to write it.
tobesky:
Why is it important to me and how it affect my world view.

I am not you so I really don't know how to answer these questions unless you want me to make up a fictional adventure about how you came to love technology.

Perhaps you should think about what aspects of technology you like and how it has impacted your life in a meaningful way.
This answers why it is important to you.
Aug 13, 2009, 08:15pm   #7
First, make a list for yourself of all of the things you are passionate about. Next, for each thing, list some of the reasons you are passionate about this and how it is you express or demonstrate your passion. Now, look back at what you've written. Which thing were you able to write the most about? That's your topic.

Now, free-write -- Set a timer and just start writing about that thing. Don't worry about grammar or punctuation; just write down any images, thoughts, ideas, or memories that come to mind.

Now you have your raw material. Look at what you listed and what you free-wrote. Decide what you will include in your essay. Decide in what order you will include each thing. Then write a draft of your essay.
But the problem with tobesky is that his English is not that good. So I think he will find it difficult to free write, most of the time he will just struggle finding the right words to use.

I agree with Llamapoop123, you need to think what you like first. You can do this in the language you feel most comfortable with. The problem here is not that you can't write something out, is that you're not even sure what you want. Start with that!
Aug 21, 2009, 01:57pm   #9
You might start by articulating your worldview, and then articulating your views on technology. If there is any overlap, that might be a good place to start in answering the question you have posed yourself. But the essay is a personal one, and so only you can come up with the raw material for it. If you post draft here, even a really rough one, we might be able to offer you more help.
Aug 21, 2009, 04:56pm   #10
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But the problem with tobesky is that his English is not that good. So I think he will find it difficult to free write, most of the time he will just struggle finding the right words to use.

I agree with Llamapoop123, you need to think what you like first. You can do this in the language you feel most comfortable with. The problem here is not that you can't write something out, is that you're not even sure what you want. Start with that!

Right. While it's not a good idea to compose an essay in your first language and then translate, preliminary tasks such as free-writing or brainstorming can be done in whatever language one feels most comfortable.



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