Read these paragraphs. a police officer’s primary duty is to protect the lives and property of others. in order to become a police officer, a high school diploma or its equivalent is required. additionally, most must also graduate from their agency’s training academy and fulfill difficult personal and physical qualifications, as well. in 2010, police officers in the united states earned a median yearly income of approximately $55,000. unfortunately, there is a high rate of on-the-job injuries for police officers. a judge is responsible for applying the law in court and overseeing the legal process. one of the major duties of a judge is to negotiate agreements between opposing parties. most judges are elected or appointed, and they are typically required to have a law degree and to have worked as a lawyer. the average median yearly salary for judges in 2010 was $92,000. both of these careers are a part of the legal system. similarly, both require specialized training before a job can be obtained. however, it takes much longer to become a judge than it does a police officer, and a judge can expect to make more money. although they are both trained to uphold the law, the role each plays in the legal system is very different. what makes these paragraphs an example of subject-by-subject writing? a. the paragraphs focus more on what is involved in becoming a judge as opposed to becoming a police officer. b. the paragraphs focus first on becoming a police officer, second on becoming a judge, and finally on comparing the two. c. the paragraphs compare two different careers, discussing criteria about each career one point at a time. d. the paragraphs look at a variety of criteria involved in becoming a judge and a police officer, including salaries and the risk of on-the-job injuries.
These paragraphs are an example of subject-by-subject writing because the paragraph focus first on becoming a police officer, second on becoming a judge and finally on comparing the two (point B)
Comparison in writing means discussing the elements that have similarity, while contrast is discussing the elements that are different. There are two types of writing a compare and contrast essay:subject-by-subject (also known as Block pattern): in the first paragraph will focus on A and the second paragraph will focus on B, the next paragraph will discuss other points of similarity and differences.point-by-point method: In the first paragraph will discuss the characteristic of A and then how B is similar/different from A. Second paragraph will state another characteristic of A and then again discuss how B is similar/different.Learn moresubject-by-subject essay: point-by-point essay: Answer details
Grade: Middle school
Chapter: Writing an essay
Keywords: writing, compare essay, contrast essay
The answer is B
The paragraphs focus first on becoming a police officer, second on becoming a judge, and finally on comparing the two.
feds have sum hardcore bad dudes in their prisons; so do the states - the death row inmates are in state. so the rate of injuries are higher than county which has small-time criminals.
ans is B.county jails, state and federal prisons
I think the answer is B
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It is a point-by-point structure because one career is fully addressed before moving on to the next.
B.county jails, state and federal prisons
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