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Easy Ways on How to Create an Effective Outline for Critical Essays

Critical essays are important for students at all levels of education. As a child, you may have to critically analyze the things around you to learn about them. A critical essay may involve the positive as well as negative sides of the topic so that the reader can see both these aspects. 

An outline helps the readers in getting a feel of the content of the whole essay. In the following lines, let us take a look at simple hacks for outlining a critical essay.

The topic

As an essay writer, you should have a relatively good command of the chosen topic to write my essay. It is advised to research the internet for different sources related to the topic. The understanding of the topic means that the writer will be able to break it down to several subtopics. 

An example can be given regarding obesity which is a big problem for the people in general and kids in particular. Comprehensive research will allow the writer to come up with all the relevant causes of the issue and the ways to control it. You cannot make a good outline unless you have read thoroughly about the topic.

Introduction

This section of the outline will introduce the topic and the major issue faced by the society. The points in this section should contain some statistics and facts. The reader should be convinced that the topic chosen poses a serious threat to society.

You can also state your thesis statement in this part of the outline. In the case of obesity, the thesis statement may be,” the problem is persistent and the government and other authorities have not taken enough actions about it”.

Body

The body part of the essay contains three distinct paragraphs at the minimum. There can be more paragraphs in this section depending upon the requirement. The critical essay outline should mention the major points and the sub-points within them. In the case of obesity, the lack of exercise can be one major point. The writer will then search for the reasons which lead to a lack of exercise. The first point may be indoor video games. 

The writer will have to provide evidence from some past research to justify that playing video games causes obesity. The next point will be the role of parents and teachers in this scenario. The overall role of schools in providing space for physical activities should also be discussed.

The second point will be the higher consumption of fast food by the children. The essay writing service will have to provide evidence that the consumption of fast food causes obesity to increase. The ingredients of fast food may also be analyzed which causes obesity in the children. 

The role of fast food companies and their marketing campaigns can also be assessed. The writer should evaluate the marketing campaigns of fast food companies critically. It should be justified with some evidence that these marketing efforts have been focused on children. Some changes may also be proposed.

Conclusion

This part will relate to the thesis statement. The evidence provided in the body section will be used to accept the thesis statement. The role of authorities and government may be revisited and some improvements may be proposed. Remember, For best essay samples contact the best essay writing service online. The conclusion may restate all the important points made in the body section so that the reader can also revise them. 

Some readers jump directly to the conclusion after reading the introduction. They just want to see if these two sections are logically related to each other or not. If there is a logical connection between the two, they will read the body section with more interest.

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Alphabet and Microsoft smash estimates with $110bn revenue haul

Twitter’s growth in line with expectations but said impact of Apple privacy changes was less than feared

Facebook whistleblower’s day in Westminster

Frances Haugen ‘had very useful and interesting ideas’ for UK online safety legislation

GE: the untangling of an industrial behemoth

Investors have cheered Larry Culp’s revamp but further share price gains remain outside the CEO’s control

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Snap, TikTok and YouTube need to do more to protect children, lawmakers say

The Senate Commerce Committee just wrapped up another three-hour hearing about social media’s effect on children and teens. But the latest hearing was different from previous ones in an important way: it featured representatives from TikTok, Youtube and Snap.

Though the three apps are some of the most popular apps among teens and younger users, all three have gotten less attention from lawmakers than Facebook and even Twitter. It was the first time TikTok and Snap had appeared at such a hearing. All three companies tried to head off criticism by drawing distinctions between their platforms and Facebook, which has recently drawn comparisons to tobacco companies. And each company promised new features to ramp up parental controls and other child protections on their service.

YouTube VP Leslie Miller said the company was working on a new feature that would allow parents to “choose a locked default autoplay setting” in the YouTube Kids app, in addition to other new parental controls. She didn’t provide further detail, but said it would launch “in the coming months.”

Snap also said it was working on new features for parents, with Jennifer Stout, the company’s VP of Global Public Policy, saying the features would be “rolling out very soon.” She said the update would allow parents to view information about how their children are using Snapchat, such as who they spend the most time chatting with and what their privacy and location settings are.

TikTok said it would add additional controls to allow parents and children to better customize their feeds, but was light on specifics. “We're investing in new ways for our community to enjoy content based on age appropriateness or family comfort,” said Michael Beckerman, the company’s VP of Public Policy, “We're developing more features that empower people to shape and customize their experience in the app.”

But the senators of the Commerce Committee seemed unimpressed by these promises. Throughout the hearing, they pushed the companies on issues like algorithmically-boosted content about eating disorders and self harm on YouTube and TikTok. Snap’s Stout was pushed on what the company is doing to stop drug dealers on its platform.

Several Republican senators also pushed Beckerman on TikTok’s ties to Chinese parent company ByteDance, and how it handles US user data. In one particularly memorable exchange, Senator Ted Cruz said Beckerman was dodging questions about TikTok’s affiliation with a company called Beijing ByteDance Technology, which reportedly has links to the Chinese government. Beckerman also deflected questions about what data TikTok collects by saying Facebook and Instagram collect more data about users than TikTok does.

Though Facebook wasn’t officially part of the hearing, disclosures from whistleblower Frances Haugen were referenced several times. Senator Richard Blumenthal, who at a previous hearing said Facebook and other companies were facing a “big tobacco moment,” said that “tech is not irredeemably bad like big tobacco.”

But he said that the companies need to do much more than prove they are “different” from Facebook. “I understand from your testimony that your defense is ‘we’re not Facebook,’” he said. “Being different from Facebook is not a defense. That bar is in the gutter. It's not a defense to say that you are different.”

GM will install as many as 40,000 community EV charging stations

GM is close to launching a new wave of electric vehicles, and it's making sure the charging infrastructure is in place to keep those EVs on the road. The automaker has launched a community charging initiative that will install as many as 40,000 Level 2 charging stations across North America. The program will give dealers up to 10 chargers they can place at "key locations" in their neighborhoods, such as apartments, colleges and businesses. The units won't be limited to GM EV drivers.

These chargers will also be available to buy directly both through dealerships and online. GM ultimately plans three chargers, including a basic 11.5kW/48-amp model, a "premium" version of that charger (with touchscreen and camera) and a more powerful 19.2kW/80-amp model. The community effort starts in 2022 and is part of a larger $750 million investment through Ultium Charge 360.

Level 2 charging isn't very fast. This is more like a wall charger you'd buy for your home (where overnight charging is fine) than a speedy option like a Tesla Supercharger or Electrify America's fast stations. The distribution also isn't quite as good as it sounds. Dealers may want to install multiple stations in one location to minimize queuing.

This could still be welcome news. Many charging network expansions focus on high-powered chargers intended for long-distance trips. GM's community program caters more to daily driving, where you might just need top-ups. It could be particularly useful for some apartments, though. Residents in those buildings rarely have options to recharge at home, and this might make EVs practical without foisting expenses on building owners and tenants.

WhatsApp's iOS-to-Android history transfer tool rolls out to Pixel devices

After debuting on Samsung Galaxy devices at the start of September, WhatsApp’s cross-platform chat history transfer feature is now rolling out to the wider Android ecosystem. Starting today, you can move your entire message history, including any voice memos, photos and videos, from an iPhone to an Android device.

However, unlike with Samsung phones, where the feature is available on devices running Android 10 and above, here it’s limited to phones with Android 12. Effectively, that means it’s only accessible to those with Pixel devices at the moment, but Google says it will also soon come to new smartphones that launch with its latest mobile OS. As before, the process also isn’t as straightforward as other chat apps offer. You’ll need a Lightning to USB-C cable to connect your two phones together. What’s more, it involves a QR code you need to scan when first setting up your new Android phone.

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