This essay Appendix H has a total of 265 words and 2 pages.
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Topic Sentence and Informal Outline Worksheet
Using the Center for Writing Excellence and MyFoundationsLab resources, provide the topic sentence and informal outline for your Personal Ethics Statement.
? Topic sentence: Because everyone comes from different backgrounds with different beliefs, we are not all raised the same way. Everyone should be treated equally no matter where they are from and what their beliefs are, we all are human. We all as a human race need to learn about different cultures where people are from.
? Informal outline:
Because everyone comes from different backgrounds with different beliefs, we are not all raised the same way. Everyone should be treated equally no matter where they are from and what their beliefs are, we all are human. We all as a human race need to learn about different cultures where people are from.
II. Body #1 Because everyone are from different backgrounds and cultures with different beliefs, we?re not raised the same way and taught the same things.
III. Body #2 Everyone should be treated equally no matter where they are from we all are human beings.
IIII. Body #3 We all as a human race should learn more about different cultures and beliefs.
Conclusion: Just because we all are different doesn?t mean that we don?t have feelings. We should not be judge on how we look and where we are from, because at the end of the day we all are human. If we took the time to just learn about another culture, we can learn more and understand different beliefs.
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