Cheating can cost you your grade in class, self respect, and you lose credibility.
The thesis statement for the novel is hypertension causes high blood pressure. Hypertension causes you to not be able to eat proteins or eat any food that makes you fat. It is caused by diabetes, kidney problems, alcohol, smoking, or too much salt
"There are three objectives of the present study: to ascertain the types of assessment which are subject to cheating by accounting students; to determine the justifications given by students in neutralizing their cheating behavior; and to identify cheating deterrents from the perception of the students. A total of 435 questionnaires were collected from undergraduate accounting students of all levels of study in a public university in Malaysia. Findings revealed that more than half of the respondents had engaged in cheating, but mainly in quizzes and assignments that offer less weighting towards a final grade, and were subject to less monitoring and less severe punishment. As for neutralization, those who cheated had a tendency to blame instructors for their cheating behavior. In terms of deterrence, religion was cited most frequently as the factor that can deter students from cheating, particularly by continuous reminder that the God is always watching."
"Hypertension is a highly treatable risk factor for cardiovascular disease, yet it remains underdiagnosed, undertreated and, in many cases, poorly controlled. Sometimes dubbed'the silent killer', hypertension rarely produces symptoms until it manifests as a heart attack or stroke. Early identification of the condition by routine blood pressure measurement and appropriate ongoing management are therefore vital. In this updated fourth edition of Fast Facts: Hypertension, two authors of international renown provide a practical evidence-based approach to the diagnosis and management of the condition. The book provides a thorough overview of hypertension, covering: - Accurate measurement of blood pressure and problems such as'white-coat'hypertension - Routine assessments for people with high blood pressure - Consideration of other modifiable risk factors - smoking, high cholesterol levels, etc. - Non-pharmacological measures that doctors can advise on - reduce salt, lose weight, increase physical activity, etc. - Up-to-date trial results on all the pharmacological options - Special considerations for the treatment of children, pregnant women, the elderly and patients with diabetes Primary care physicians have a leading role to play in screening for hypertension and ensuring that patients receive the most appropriate treatment. FastFacts: Hypertension provides a concise readable refresher on this common and potentially devastating condition."
"There! The paper is right in front of me.
And on it, an almost perfect score I see.
Seeing the total I rubbed my eyes twice,
For it almost cost the principles of life.
What face will I show in front of my friends,
I’ll not be a true man unless this test contends,
To the construct virtue while my honor begins,
If justice through love will ever make amends.
So now, I choose to tell our
A classmate mistakenly corrected my error,
Boldly prepared to face pitfall of his actions,
The whole cannot be destroyed by fraction.
Bartered for that which was not impure?
No! Yes! Minus the feeling of guilt I chose to go,
The author in the book, Crossover, explains how bad hypertension is and how it can affect you. He explains that hypertension is a heart disease where your blood pressure gets too high and causes sharp pains in your heart. Also, the author explains in the book how it affects your diet. With hypertension, you can't eat high sugar foods or proteins. The author goes on about how hypertension is caused by eating poorly, genetics and some kidney diseases.
Author's opinion on Topic
The author in the book, Ungifted by Gordan Korman explains how bad cheating is because it's a worldwide problem. Some people are cheating on SAT's and some are cheating on math tests. You never know what ways people can find to cheat. The author is trying to show readers that cheating is not the answer to bad grades because you can mess up your future.
The summary in the novel Crossover is about a boy named Josh Bell who has a life around basketball. His dad, Chuck Bell, was a Euro league star in basketball. Josh wants to be just like him and live up to his potential. Josh's dad has a heart disease called hypertension. Hypertension causes him to have pains and to pass out. One day, Josh challenges his dad to a 1v1 game in basketball. When his dad goes up for a dunk, he collapses. He is rushed to the hospital where he eventually dies of hypertension.
The summary in the novel Ungifted is about a boy named Donovan Curtis who is a big trouble maker. He knocks over a statue on purpose and destroys a gym. He goes to the principal's office at a regular school and the principal writes his name down on the gifted students list. Gifted people are students extremly intelligent and got really good grades at a regular school. He goes to the gifted school knowing that he could hide from the principle. When he was at the gifted school he had no talents which is what this school accepts people for. So the teachers at the gifted school are suspicious if he is gifted so they give him a test. He asks his friend to help him cheat on the test and both of them get caught. They were both kicked out of school and were sent to the school for Ungifted students. The author states, "
Facts about Controversy
1. Hypertension directly increases the risk of heart attack and stroke (brain attack)2. Hypertension is particularly prevalent in people who have diabetes, gout, or kidney disease3. Hypertension is asymptomatic4. It is prevalent in people with a family history of high blood pressure5. It is prevalent in obese people and in heavy drinkers of alcohol6. It is prevalent in women who are taking oral contraceptives 7. Hypertension also affects children and teens8. Some weight loss drugs may make heart disease worse9. Systolic blood pressure is especially important as one grows older10. Blood pressure changes during the day. It is lowest as you sleep and rises when you get up