All students, whether in high school or college, need to write standard expository (explanatory) essays. Each essay must include a thesis statement. A thesis statement is your main point and is presented as an argument. Writing a thesis statement involves answering the main question and doing a bit or research to make sure your thesis can be backed up.
In the mid-1980's a group of young people discovered Vincent Kling's curving steps and ledges to be perfect for skateboarding. It was the combination of the different levels and curves, continuous granite surfaces, and the large space for sessions that attracted skaters. Gradually LOVE Park's reputation spread around the skateboard community as skateboarders from all over the city and surrounding suburb flocked to LOVE Park. Its close proximity to all major subway and regional rail lines made LOVE so easily accessible to all. It is at the heart of a dense urban metropolis with a stunning view down the Parkway where onlookers would gather yearly by the hundreds to watch Philadelphia's 4th of July fireworks. All of these factors led LOVE Park to become an icon for the city's youth community.
This site and group focus on the history, folklore, legends, first-hand accounts, and general study of reported events and experiences considered to be related to ghosts and hauntings.
O/TGHRS is a proud member of the PSICAN groups and websites and is the oldest established online site and group devoted to looking into ghosts and related experiences in Canada. As part of the PSICAN groups, Torontoghosts/Ontarioghosts do abide by and follow PSICAN's Rules of Governance .
To assist you with navigating this site and group, the most often visited and requested information are linked below...
- How do I look up published reports from specific places?
- How do I become a part of your team?
- How do I report my own experience?
- How do I investigate or research ghosts and hauntings?
- Do you clear homes/help with psychics/get rid of ghosts?
- Do you do events, tours, or have places to discuss things publicly?
For the purposes of writing MCAT essays, the dialectic describes the progression of ideas in a critical thought process that is the force driving your argument. A good dialectical progression propels your arguments in a way that is satisfying to the reader.
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