entertainment activities within the institution.

Writing Task

The specific genre of writing that is common or well-known to most people is the bills. Most people are familiar with the primary idea of bill payment and help in saving time. Payment can be made through logging into the bank or bill payment system website and instructs where payment should be made and then send the payment. In case, you pay for the tuition bills, you may use a check, and when paying technology utility bills then there are chances of making payment electronically. One significant difference between using payment services and writing checks is the source of payment (Sexton, 2015). Intrinsically, a check must have account information, and the money cannot be taken out of the account until the processing of check is completed. On the other hand, bill payment services involving sending a check on behalf of a person, so it is a scenario that payment does not come directly from your account. But money can only be taken out of your account provided there is the issuance of payment (Nichols, 2017). The main advantage is that the majority of banks offer bill payment for free. This is because it is less expensive for them to process payments made by bill payment than a payment made by handwritten checks. Comment by Microsoft Office User: A little bit tricky, try to think another word to describe what is a genre. Comment by Microsoft Office User: Talk about why bills exist as a genre.For example, greeting card genre is exist to express a sentiment. Comment by Microsoft Office User: The first paragraph need to talk what is a genre, and how it is important to our life. Lack of a thesis statement. A thesis statement focuses your ideas into one or two sentences. It should present the topic of your paper and also make a comment about your position in relation to the topic. Your thesis statement should tell your reader what the paper is about and also help guide your writing (developable). Comment by Microsoft Office User: Useless sentence, add a thesis to instead.

The distinct examples of bills that are gathered include electric bills, tuition bill, technology utility bills, rent bills, and insurance bills. Bill payment systems operate on the same feature sets, but others are different. Most features are meant to make production more efficient. Comment by Microsoft Office User: Think about some digital examples of bills. See picture at the end. (Some bills are hardcopy(traditional), some bills are just a message sent to you, some bills are online.

The following are common features of the bills given above. First, they are recurring payments. For instance, a life insurance policy that needs to be paid each year for the next 25 years. It is a perfect case for recurring payments since the same amount is paid every year (Sexton, 2015). Mortgage and a few other bills are paid similarly. The feature operates effectively on renting and insurance bills which occur on the monthly or yearly basis. On the other hand, electric bills, tuition, and technology utility bills are completely different since they are paid on the need basis. Comment by Microsoft Office User: Try to not use transition words like first, second, third… Comment by Microsoft Office User: good

Second, they are scheduled payments. Bills paid once a month are scheduled to be paid at fixed dates in every month. In fact, bill payment systems that are supporting scheduled payments can allow an individual to specify future dates for one-time payments to be paid. In case, a bill comes in and is not due for some days like 26 days, and an individual can schedule the payment to go out on a particular day like day 23 to allow enough time to get there (Elsharkawy & Rutherford, 2015). However, electric bills, tuition, and technology utilities bills may not have scheduled payments since their usage is never uniform and varying from one month to the other. Renting and insurance bills are seen to be constant so can comply with scheduled payment approaches. Comment by Microsoft Office User: For the body paragraph, it is not only talk about the similarity, we also need to talk about the difference. Why they are different but they are still the same genre. Comment by Microsoft Office User: good

Third, they also allow electronic billing. It is not common as such, but some banks allow their customers to retrieve their bills electronically. In reality, when someone tries to go in to make payments, it shows how much that person owes for each organization. Also, it possible to automate such that the company gets paid the right amount every month (Elsharkawy & Rutherford, 2015). Intuitively it is not a standard feature, and where it is applied, it does not offer any form of integration with a significant number of organizations that involve submitting bills. Objectively, this feature has the capability of working on all the bills mentioned.

Essential to bills give a representation of a severe obligation that must be handled. It implies that if bills are not paid, then it could lead to severe or even life-threatening consequences. Bills aid in the determination of debts that are important and which should be prioritized depending on the seriousness of the consequences that an individual would suffer for non-payment. Priority should be given to family necessities such as basic food and certain medical expenses. Although these expenses need to be at the top of the priority list, they need to be kept to the absolute, bare minimum (Elsharkawy & Rutherford, 2015). As such, bills are essential in the daily expensive since they offer some control mechanisms.

Adaptation of this genre can be used by different communities to meet their purposes in a variety of ways. Communities can make informed choices. For instance, people can make a shift in their purchasing practices by choosing sustainable goods and services (Sexton, 2015). In other words, people will take time in gathering information for making an informed purchase. It will assist in avoiding wastages since bills are essential factors in budgeting and decision-making process. Another way is the minimization of waste. People will be adjusted to buy only products that they need most. In fact, excessive packaging that can lead to high cost are avoided (Kwan, 2014). Sustainability will be attained by applying these keywords; reduce, reuse, and recycle that aid in environmental conservation as well as saving the bills.

The genre will evolve depending on the economic growth as well as inflation. For instance, developed countries experience high renting, insurance, and tuition bills because of having high living standards associated with economic growth. But with other nations are gearing towards becoming a developed world which would lead to the general increase in the bills all over the world (Nichols, 2017). Besides, some countries have optional bills such as medical insurance, but with time they will become mandatory because of fear being left behind. Therefore, there is a high expectation of the evolution of the genre regardless of the duration. Comment by Microsoft Office User: The evolve of the bills should be what kind of format the bills in future will be, not why some bills will be more. For example, the future bills will become digital, not hard copy. We may use email to make payment or phone APP to make payment. Why those evolution may happen? Think about lifestyle of people…the development of phone, and computer…etc.

These few examples teach us how the genre helps in enhancing the idea of sustainability. It is an idea that many people like since it brings consciousness about the environment among the population. Besides, examples bring the concept of prioritizing the most essential products or services regarding the cost (Bradley, 2009). They make people strive to have the knowledge or technical abilities to assists in facing difficulties while adapting to the changes in the genre.

Images of Examples of Genre

Electric Bill

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Technology Utility Bill


Tuition Bill


Renting Bill


Insurance Bill