Question 1140 Being a Supervisor
If you’re a supervisor, how do you respond to the responsibilities of supervision? Is it a total move into the “them” camp? What have you learned about the next step toward understanding and applying principles of communication and collaborative relationships? Good luck on achieving your goals!
Question 1141 Summary of “Battle Royal”
5 page summary essay on the 10 page story “Battle Royal” by Ralph Ellison . double spaced, 12 font, MLA style Anybody familiar with this story? due tomorrow 12/05/17 by 3pm pacific time -Read through the story once, for pleasure.
Then re-read and mark the items that tell you something about the characters, their needs and their conflicts. Mark where the key events begin. Be sure that you include details of the setting, protagonist, antagonist, major conflict. Pick out and tell meaning of some important symbols. if you do research, be sure to cite your sources.
Question 1142 poem
You will include the image which inspired the poem. I would prefer if you included it as an embedded image within your posting and that it be sized no more than 2″ by 2″ and I’d like you to make one big posting which contains both images and both poems so as to make my grading easier.
Remember, if you’re struggling in finding an appropriate image, I suggest using this painting by Edward Hopper (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site., as it’s quite evocative, and it’s also fun to watch the different directions in which students take this painting.
You are required to post two appreciative responses to your peers as well. Praise and appreciation only, please. Have fun with this assignment.
Question 1143 English Language
https://1drv.ms/b/s!AkeCj1-drfw_nRjeo9EjyHM0QpS5 Click on this link for Chapter 4 above!!! MY TOPIC IS MANAGEMENT TRAINING TIMESROMAN 12FONT, DOUBLE SPACED I NEED 3 POWERPOINT SLIDES
1.Introduce your topic and summarize the meaning (Topic is Management Training)
2.Explain and provide examples of how the topic relates to everyday life
3.Explain and summarize how application of the topic could be beneficial to being highly effective PLEASE READ CHAPTER THAT’S PROVIDED IN ORDER TO DO MY 3 SLIDES ON MY TOPIC !!!!
Question 1144 Richard Cory
This is a combination assignment. It will encompass 75 points for the exploratory essay and 25 points for a list of reputable sources you are planning on using. With respect to the exploratory essay, answer this simple question in no more than 1 paragraph.
What are you planning on doing? Next, copy and paste any drafts or additional materials you’ve created thus far. Next, with respect to sources: You will submit a minimum of 9 sources, properly presented in MLA bibliographic fashion (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site..
These sources are not the primary texts (poems and stories) but deal with literary criticism (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. or provide insights into the historical context of the time. These sources should be reliable and appropriate (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. for a college-level assignment.
A few pointers: Do not cite another’s student’s essay as a source. Use keyword searches in creative and precise manners Use expert advice from librarians, either within class interactions or through a visit to the library “Own” the expert sources you’re using and don’t let them overpower you. Subordinate them appropriately to your aims in the essay and use them meaningfully and purposefully
Question 1145 English Language
I want to help me to correct my grammar for the answer thees question and writing academic word and put more sentence to complete for just 200 words. FOR QUESTION 5 I NEED YOU TO ANSWER IT IN YOUR OWN WORD. all these have to be your won word no work cited.
1-Which part of the writing process was easiest for you? the easiest part was when i was able to choose the topic. that make me essay to know what i m going to write and what the strength point i will to choose.
2. Which part of the writing process was the most difficult for you? the most difficult part was to develop clear ideas and arguments when it does not fit into my chosen topic.
3. What did you learn from your writing experience during this class? i learning how i can write and organize the thesis. that is the most important part in essay to shoe the reader what i am going to take about it.
4. In what ways have you learned to write more critically? i learned when writing essay i have to be clear display of my own and to recognize limitations in my own evidence.
5. How does this knowledge assist you with your education or in your workplace?
Question 1146 The Best of “Love”
In an essay between 2-3 pages, i want you to write about which three works of literature ( Sleuth, Sure Thing, and Tell-Tale Heart) that you thought were the best example of “love” literature ( again, i mean love in all its endless possibilities).
As part of the introduction, you will want to define the type(s) of love you will talk about. You can find three works that you believe best exemplify romantic love or heartbreak , or you can define three different kinds of love and discuss the best example for each.
No matter what you pick, you want need to give strong an insightful reasons for your selection. You need to show me a deep understanding of each work. A bad reason for romance in Sure thing it should be to say something as Betty and Bill getting together at the end of the play .
You need to avoid comments that are self-evident. * this can be written in first person but it needs to be limited the word “I” only can be used around 6 times throughout the paper.* * citations are also required*. Sleuth (http://putlockers.fm/watch/Nx47Vovz-sleuth.html
Question 1147 English Language
Chronic Diseases Module Assignment In this assignment, you will discuss the ethical issues associated with cancer treatment among children. Although children (under age 18) are the ones with the illness and therefore the recipients of the treatment, the legal responsibility lies with the parent.
For this module assignment, read the six articles found below. Billy BestPreview the documentView in a new window Abraham CherixPreview the documentView in a new window Abraham Cherix 2Preview the documentView in a new window Daniel HauserPreview the documentView in a new window Daniel Hauser 2Preview the documentView in a new window Daniel Hauser EthicsPreview the documentView in a new window Of the three individuals profiled, select one person and write the following:
Paragraph 1: Identify the individual you have chosen to write your assignment about and write a short summary of the situation, based on the articles provided. Your summary should be approximately 4-5 sentences.
Paragraph 2: Explain your stance on whether or not you think the “right’ decision was made in the case of that individual (i.e., who gets to make the decision on whether or not a minor (under 18) receives treatment for cancer– the minor, parent, or court).
Paragraph 3: To conclude your assignment, clearly state what you feel the Policy should be regarding cancer treatment for minors (be specific as specific as possible).
Following your policy, describe why you feel this should be the policy, identifying and describing at least one ethical principle to explain and support your policy (Beneficence, Autonomy, Nonmaleficence, Justice, Fidelity & Veracity). Be sure that you clearly address each point above and elaborate on your answers. Your write-up should be at least 1 full page, but no more than 3 pages, using the formatting guidelines as follows:
1″margins, double-spaced, 12pt Times New Roman font. Please be sure to complete this assignment in paragraph form and use proper spelling and grammar.
Be sure your assignment is submitted as a Word document (.doc or .docx) or other compatible format (.rtf). Assignments submitted in other formats will be given a grade of zero. **Any information from the articles must be properly cited in the text and referenced at the end of your paper.
APA formatted in-text citations and references for each article are found HEREPreview the documentView in a new window. You must use these citations and references. To not cite and reference the articles is a violation of the academic integrity policy and will result in a grade of zero for the assignment and possible disciplinary action. This assignment is due: Wednesday, Dec 6, 2017 at 5:00pm Assignments must be submitted through Canvas, prior to the due date and time. Emailed submissions will not be read or graded.
Paragraph 1: Individual chosen; summary of issue included. Maximum mark: 7
Paragraph 2: Stance explained (support or oppose the decision identified in the article(s); stance includes identification of a specific party (minor, parent, court) who should be responsible for the decision to receive cancer treatment. Maximum mark: 9
Paragraph 3: Policy clearly stated and described; reason for policy explained, ethical principle described/used. Maximum mark: 10 Formatting: Document is at least 1 page, but no more than 3 pages, with 1” margins, Times New Roman 12 pt font, double spaced, uploaded correctly (.doc, docx, or .rtf), on time and free of spelling/grammatical errors. Maximum mark: 4
Question 1148 Protection vs. Privacy
My topic is on whether ” surveillance cameras are protection or an invasion of privacy? ” My point view is that they are a way to protect our citizens/public from harm; however, it becomes an invasion or privacy when are used for something other than that. Such as putting the nearby residential homes, etc.
Question 1149 Application
Imagine you have written an article on the influence of religion on both the individual and society as a whole. You want this article to be published in the `Comment’ section of a well-known website ( https://www.theguardian.com/theguardian/mainsection/commentanddebate) and you therefore decide to write a letter of application to the editor in an attempt to get your text published. Your letter should be approximately 400 words long. Useful points
• Before you start you should read the advertisement closely so that you can adapt your application to the requirements of the job.
• You need to convince the editor to publish your article. What insights and thoughts in your article makes it stand out from the rest? Reason and argue for your standpoint.
• You should also do some research on the employer as this will show that you really are interested in them
• Keep the letter brief. You don’t need to give a lot of detail – focus on explaining clearly and concisely why you are suitable for the job.
• Job applications are almost always written in formal English. So you should avoid inappropriate language such as slang or colloquialisms (e.g. use going to instead of gonna, and want to instead of wanna), as well as contractions of course (e.g. use I am instead of I’m, and it is instead of it’s).
• As with any formal letter, there are certain useful expressions that are always good to include in a job application, such as I am writing to apply for the post of … or I look forward to hearing from you.
• Begin your letter or e-mail Dear Mr/Mrs/Ms [Surname] if you know the person’s name – note that Ms is used for an unmarried woman. If you don’t know their name, start with Dear Sir or Madam. If you know the person’s name but are unsure if it is a man or a woman, it is also acceptable to write their name in full, for example Dear Chris Taylor (alternatively, you could call the employer and check).
• Keep your paragraphs short and informative, and structure your letter as follows:
1. Begin with the job title (which could also be put in the heading, as in the model answer here) and information on where you found the advert.
2. In the next paragraph you should explain your current situation: your place of work/study and how your current skills and responsibilities correspond to those requested in the advertisement. It can also be a good idea to say something about the employer/workplace that you are applying to, to show that you have done your research on them.
3. Continue by giving your reasons for wanting the job, making sure that these reasons are also of use to the employer.
4. In the final paragraph you should state when you are ready to start work.
5. Finish off your letter with an appropriate closing phrase such as Yours sincerely (if you know the person’s name) or Yours faithfully (if you don’t know their name), followed by your signature. If you are sending a letter rather than an e-mail, make sure you type your name underneath your signature.
6. When you have completed your letter, check your spelling, grammar and punctuation carefully. Some employers routinely discard job applications that contain these sorts of mistakes.
Question 1150 Respond to the posts
respond to the posts of two classmates. Response posts must be at least 100 words. You must have at least 2 substantive posts. To help develop your post you can ask a question, add an example, or develop what your classmate has said in some way with pertinent follow-up thoughts or questions about the topic. 1- The easiest part of the writing process was reading other students discussions and replying to them.
It got really interested offering my view on their posts on whether I agree or not. The positive criticism that I received from other students as well as the instructor helped shaped my writing from one week to another.
However it was not all fan and easy as there are areas when the writing became difficult. Writing the essays was quite challenging for me as information proved to be scarce on some of those topics. It also took a lot of time which I felt could have been of better use in tackling more discussions questions. My experience in this class has taught me a number of lessons.
I believe I am a better writer now than I was before. I am able to think critically about issues this is due to the fact that writing has taught me to think far and wide as well as brainstorming of ideas to find solutions. I have learnt to discuss and give opinions. I am able to explain my work more to give the reader a clear picture of what I am writing about. I believe the knowledge gained will be of great use in my education.
I will understand questions better and hence be able to solve them correctly. 2- Writing skill is considered very important these days whether academically or professionally. Thus, I got admission in Composition 1 course and tried my best to follow the instructions of my instructor to get better results in my future. The part of writing which was easiest for me, it was either short discussions or personal narratives. I found easy writing them and personally I loved short tasks and also feel pleasure in telling about myself.
The tasks which took too much time always put me in trouble and that was the case with the essays. Essay writing is a good activity by difficult to handle technically. There are so many things to handle carefully. During this course, I learned so many things. It improved vocabulary and grammatical structure. In essay writing, I learned how to jot down different facts in an arranged manner and how to connect one idea with another.
If I see the writing of my initial days and now at this level, when the course is about to end, there is a huge difference. Now, at this level, I can remove my errors and can recheck my writings critically. I hope in future, the knowledge I gained during this course would be a plus point and will make things easy for me in both sectors of life whether education or my job. AND THIS QUESTION JUST THREE SENTENCE How do you differentiate between facts and opinions in writing?
Question 1151 vocabulary journal
i need 50 appropriate unique words To do a vocabulary journal, include the following: Word: part of speech; definition; translation (optional); citation of where you encountered it; sentence where you encountered it; new sentence written by you using the word correctly
Question 1152 The House of Bernarda Alba
1)The House of Bernarda Alba 2) The Zoo zoo story What makes these plays especially interesting, beautiful, powerful, unique, memorable, and so on?
how do the play represent, summarize, symbolize, point to?
how do they compare and contrast?
YOU HAVE TO READ THIS Mike Gonzalez, “Federico Garcia Lorca” in the National Theater of Scotland’s The House of Bernarda Alba Resource Pack, pp. 12-15: https://www.nationaltheatrescotland.com/content/mediaassets/pdf/ The_House_of_Bernarda_Alba_resource_pack.pdf
https://glenallsopxeidosnapoli.com/the-house-of-bernarda-alba-script.html Federico Garcia Lorca, The House of Bernarda Alba, Act III:
http://www.poetryintranslation.com/PITBR/Spanish/AlbaActIII.htm Karen Glass, “SHU, ‘The House of Bernarda Alba’” page of the Scenic Design Blog of Karen A. Glass: http://bernardashouse.blogspot.com Purdue Online Writing Lab, “Literary Terms”: pp. 25-35 of Words on Plays: Edward Albee’s At Home at the Zoo: http://www.act-sf.org/content/dam/act/education_department/words_on_plays/Edward %20Albee’s%20At%20Home%20at%20the%20Zoo%20Words%20on%20Plays%20(2009).pdf Edward Albee, The Zoo Story: https://scholarblogs.emory.edu/thea100fullerton/files/2014/04/The-Zoo-Story-SCRIPT.pdf “Post-Structuralism and Deconstruction” and “Postmodernism” in Introduction to Modern
Question 1153 English Language
I’d like you to pick any piece–as short as a poem or as long as a play–from the syllabus that you haven’t already written about and apply three types of literary theory to it.
Then, I’d like you to indicate which of the three, or which parts of the three, you “really” agree with–or, put another way, represent what you’ve decided you actually think about this text. Alice Walker, “I Said to Poetry”: http://www.blueridgejournal.com/poems/aw-isaid.htm
Question 1154 To His Coy Mistress
Read Andrew Marvell’s “To His Coy Mistress” on page 977 and respond to the following questions in your journal: Can you identify the argument being presented within each stanza? What is the attitude of the speaker?Many critics think that no woman could possibly be charmed by the speaker.
Can you think of any scenarios where a woman might be charmed?
If not, why?
Do you like the speaker?
Why, or why not?
Do you think he’s a “nice guy?”
If so, what makes you think that he’s nice?
If not, what makes you think so?
Who is “in charge” in the poem, the speaker or the mistress?
You can imagine scenarios for both sides of the argument. We suggest that Marvell left his characters anonymous to make them timeless, to allow us to fill them in however we choose.
Can you think of any other reasons Marvell might have left out the names and personal details?
Read John Donne’s “The Flea,” pg. 937 and respond to the following questions in your journal: Can you identify the argument being presented within each stanza?
What is the attitude of the speaker?
Does Donne’s argument about the of his seduction pass muster?
What are the steps in this argument and where, if ever, does it break down?
If the flea could respond to the speaker, what would it say?
Would it be on the speaker’s side?
Would it brag about its conquest?
Would it defend the lady’s honor?
As an exercise, try writing “The Flea’s Side of the Story.”What does the woman have to gain, or lose, if she gives in to the speaker?
What do you think their previous relationship has been like?
The poem ends before the woman can give a final response. How do you think she’d respond to the speaker’s final argument?
How do you feel about the flea by the end of the poem?
Does Donne succeed in humanizing it?
Would you still kill the next flea that lands on you?
What is the boldest pickup approach you have ever heard?
Did it work?
Read Charles Baudelaire’s “The Carcass,” (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.and respond to the following questions in your journal: How does the poem represent anti-Petrarchan notions?
Question 1155 Persepolis – Analysis
Use p70 – 72 of the book Persepolis to indicate how Satrapi shows us the impact of all the events up to this point in the book.
In particular how does it reflect a turning point in her life? Use PEEL 500-600 words Think about: Her views on religion/politics The execution of her hero The start of the Iran-Iraq war.
Question 1156 Creative Project: Publishing a New Tale
Required Minimum Length: 1,000 words Required Formatting and Documentation Style: MLA Required Number of Sources: N/A Value: 15%, scored out of 150 points Final Draft Due: 12/10 by 11:59pm, submitted via Blackboard For your final writing project, I want you to apply your knowledge of fairy tales to write your own version of the tale you have spent the semester studying. You are very familiar with these tales specifically, as well as what is required of and distinctive about fairy tales more generally.
Apply what you know to draft a 1,000-1,500 word tale. Your tale must include the following: Appropriate, Creative Title Some dialogue Must be properly formatted (408-413 NFGW) Characters (Dramatis Personae) appropriate to the tale Setting appropriate to the tale (though you are free to update for a contemporary audience) Level of detail/description appropriate to the genre (so, you know, not much) Aside from this, there are no instructions.
Entertain me! You will work on this for two weeks of the class. You should not wait until the last minute to begin. This is the one project for which we do not have a scheduled peer review session; you are still free to share your work with other students, family, friends, and writing tutors.
I cannot review drafts. As stated in the syllabus, the rapid pace of this course does not allow for revision of major writing projects once they have been submitted. You need to give me your best work. Late work is subject to a penalty defined in the syllabus; incomplete work will not be graded and will receive a score of zero.
Question 1157 English Language
Your final exam is to create a substantial MLA works cited page. Look online for reliable sources of information for the following topics: President Trump’s Childhood — How Chewing Gum Is Made — The Origins of Levi’s Jeans — Early Computers — Who Invented the Barbie Doll Identify three (3) good sources of information for each of the topics listed above.
Then, create properly formatted MLA works-cited entries for all three sources. There are 5 topics + 3 works-cited entries for each = 15 total works-cited entries. Next, alphabetize all 15 entries and place them on a properly formatted MLA works cited page. (Not 5 different works cited pages–put them all on a single document, which may be longer than one page long.)
Question 1158 Sincerely Yours
A Thank You Letter to my mom 3 paragraphs (1&a half-2 pages); a letter to effortlessly write to someone that you’re thankful for
1st Paragraph (Facting): Present the facts that are irrefutable; say it without stating clearly; no style, no tone; leave out adjectives and adverbs
2nd Paragraph ( Interpreting): Share how each one of these things affected you mentally, physically, emotionally; for ex: it made me…. etc; avoid using “you”; “When this happened, it caused…”; whatever you say here has to connect to the facts in 1st paragraph
3rd Paragraph (Delivery): no restrictions; say anything; moments to express freely; now it matters what you say; you’re actually got that person attention; say whatever.
Question 1159 Resume help update a make look great
need help updating and formulating my resume to make it current ; the last time i revised it was in 2016. since then I’ve had two new jobs that i need help adding and basically just making it look professional and ready to send out to future employers.
Im not so great at using word or other programs to make the resume look good! some information to add: I had been working with A company called Aegis Living as a Life Enrichment Assistant at Aegis of Madison in Seattle, WA from September 2016-May 2017.
I mainly worked a full 40 hour weeks on The Lifes Neighborhood Floor where I developed programs for the later stages of Dementia Care residents that included hour long chorus groups where I would sing and play guitar with the residents to old time favorite songs that they knew.
I would create exercise programs to worked on physical domains, I would do One on one therapy sessions with the residents, I would do an array of activities that included wheel chair bowling, arts and crafts, bingo, trivia and other word games, documentaries, run church sing alongs on sunday, help organize ou
tside entertainment that would come in that included preschool children coming into to play with the residents, religious groups coming to provide services, as well as musical acts that would come into the community. i would help with bus trips where i would accompany residents on the trips, I would create programs that accompanied all the holidays that would happen as well as organize birthday celebrations and anything needed for that.
Proud to have no deaths while being clocked in for 9 months while working with a population! basically just need help formulating all this in a resume format that is concise and looks good.
Currently I have been working as an independent contractor for this company called Wag! where I do Pet Boarding, Sitting, and Walking from June 2017- Current. I have an overall rating of 10/10 stars from over 100 reviews from continuing clients! I basically take care of peoples dogs and sometimes cats when they are away or just needing some assistance.
I additionally have been employed with the company Rover as well but am just setting that up. I am looking to apply for possibly a director position in recreational therapy or life enrichment or something similar to that! thanks so much for the help. Curtis Knopf was my Life Enrichment Director for the life enrichment positon that you can use for the reference and his number is please leave space for email; can’t seem to find it at the moment.
Question 1160 International English Language Testing System
1) IELTS online exam to test students what level they are on. In order to determine what level they are on and how much help they need? 2) a test to test students what level of English are on and to ensure that students are placed with other students of similar English ability.
Question 1162 English Language
Choose one Super Bowl 2017 commercial to analyze. Describe and explain its effectiveness or ineffectiveness. Consider the following questions: Who is the advertiser? What is the commercial’s purpose?
How was the commercial designed? What was the commercial focusing on *(ethos, pathos, and/or logos)? Do you think the advertiser fulfilled its objective? Do you think people would buy the item being promoted?
In other words, was the commercial “successful”? Please write at least 200 words. *Ethos: ethical appeal *Pathos: emotional appeal *Logos: logical appeal
Question 1163 genetically modified
reading response #1 discussion 3 3 unread replies. 4 4 replies. “…Coffee is an elegantly-written, even witty book, so wide in scope, so rich in detail, so thought-provoking in the subtle way it develops its central thesis, that it is a challenge to do justice to it…” –Scottish Sunday Herald Summarize, briefly, Antony Wild’s preface, prologue, and first two chapters.
Then consider the quote (above) which refers to “the subtle way [the book] develops its central thesis.” Can you tell by chapter one, page one, what Wild’s central thesis is? What do you think it is? Then, choose one sentence or short passage from Wild’s book so far which tells you something about the research process.
Discuss how that passage shows you the way research has contributed to Wild’s writing. How do you think research works for him? Finally, consider the years that have passed since Wild’s book was published. Choose one of the following issues (below) mentioned in chapter one and see if you can find an update for that particular issue.
First explain what has changed (or not) in the last 15 years, and then cite the source of your update. in the coffee industry since 2002 global revenues for coffee sales since 2002 status of the coffee futures market since 2002 status of “fair trade,” “eco-friendly,” or “genetically modified” coffee practices (at Starbucks perhaps) since 2002
Question 1164 Source SUmmary
you will brainstorm 5 research questions which can lead to a potential thesis, and summarize credible sources. * This week’s Topic Selection & Source Summary assignment based on a source from the Course Theme Reading List has 4 sections.
Each section should be at least one full paragraph in length:
1. Topic Selection & 5 Research questions: The selected issues and multiple sides of the debate are described in a well-organized paragraph. Five specific research questions are developed that explore key themes of the topic.
2. Research Summary: Two academic sources are summarized. Summaries include key arguments, subtopics, and major examples to help develop understanding of the topic.
3. Purpose and Audience: There is a clear purpose that outlines the objectives of the project. The audience, shared values, and anticipated gaps in understanding are considered and underscored to focus the overall approach to the project topic.
4. Focus and Preliminary Thesis: A preliminary thesis that includes a clear point of view and suggest a trajectory for the project is presented for review. When you decide on a topic and source from the Course Reading Theme List, read the source carefully, noting the thesis, topic sentences, headings, supporting details, and the conclusion. Make sure to cite your sources.
*Reading: The week 2 reading includes chapters 22 and 26 of Writing Today (2nd Ed.), as well as the source chosen from the Course Theme Reading List. Useful FILES handouts:
• Course Theme Reading ListPreview the documentView in a new window
• Week 2 Topic Selection and Academic Source SummaryPreview the documentView in a new window – ‘Supplemental Materials’
• Week 2 Grading Rubric Week 2 Topic Selection & Source SummaryPreview the documentView in a new window – under ‘Rubrics’
Question 1165 On the Pulse of Morning
ead Maya Angelou’s “On the Pulse of Morning” located under “Modules” as well as watch the YouTube video of her reciting the poem at Bill Clinton’s inauguration speech.
The link of her poem is called “Inaugural Poem” because she spoke the poem at Bill Clinton’s inauguration. Here is the link to the poem: https://poetry.eserver.org/angelou (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. Maya Angelou’s Poem “On the Pulse of Morning” (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. Maya Angelou’s Poem “On the Pulse of Morning” Then, read the PDF on how to analyze a poem: https://www.vaniercollege.qc.ca/tlc/tipsheets/reading-and-analyzing/how-to-analyze-a-poem.pdf (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.
Write your own interpretation of the poem with at least 250 words by identifying one approach from the Critical Approaches to Literature handout to help with your analysis found under this week’s reading module: Week 2: Tuesday, January 9th – Saturday, January 13th Readings and Instructions. Please include analysis from the text of the poem as well as the performance of the poem being spoken by Maya Angelou. You are more than welcome to focus on a specific stanza in the poem or a certain section. You do not need to analyze the entire poem.
Question 1166 Reaction Paper
I need a one page reaction paper on how it felt to stand up in front of my classmates and talk about something you believe in and being attacked/criticised by other people /debaters. (This is something we did in class) .
I have class tomorrow at 8 am its 11pm now. Just one paper very simple, please good writing skills articulate to give some imagery of how it felt.
Question 1167 Summary + Analysis
PLEASE READ ALL DIRECTIONS !!!! PROMPT: Compose a 2-4 page Summary+Analysis in which you summarize and discuss the major and important concepts and details of Mary Pipher’s “Introduction” in her text Writing to Change the World.
Include a scratch outline of the chapter (bullet points OR use the formal roman numerals technique, no more than 2 pages) and a works cited page. WHAT IS A SUMMARY+ANALYSIS? A Summary-Analysis essay extends the essay after the summary portion to include the writer’s thoughts about the text that the writer is representing.
An analysis is breaking a large topic into smaller pieces to better understand the subject. In a summary-analysis, after you tell the reader about the main viewpoints of the author/original text, you then examine the structure and the details of the writing to form an analysis of the “how” and “what” of the text. Your job is to break the text into smaller parts in order to understand it better. In a summary analysis, you are still not expressing your opinion about the subject discussed in the original text; instead, you are examining the text
as a reader, looking at how the writer put the text together, what the parts of the text are made up of, and how these parts come together to share a larger idea. You can only give your opinion on how well the author did in using the tools of a writer to convince the reader of the validity of the writer’s original idea.
The first paragraph or two should be the introductory paragraph and it should include the title of the original text, author’s name, and publication details. You should then offer a summary of the original text and can also the reader some background information on the subject being discussed in the writing and then give the thesis statement of the paper. In your analysis paragraphs, you should address what is the main argument that the author is making and how well do they support the argument.
The other factor to address is how reliable are the sources the author is using, and the authority that the author cites to make their argument strong. Additionally, an analysis paper can also include the strengths and weaknesses of the paper and how they affect the argument being made by the author. You should also examine the tools like statistics, examples or citing of an authority to analyze the author’s reasoning for writing the paper, and even style. The other points one could address in their analysis paper are does the author address the opposition’s view point and does he/she attempts to refute it.
Many instructors do not want you to express your opinion about the subject discussed in the paper. You can only give your opinion on how well the author did to convince the reader.  PARAMETERS: Summaries should be 1-2 paragraphs, approximately 1-2 pages (or about 500-750 words) and then move into an analysis portion (NOT a separate essay but part of the whole essay) that examines at least 2 or 3 criteria (use of research sources, strength of argument, etc.) with examples cited from the original text (about 1-2 pages more for a total of about 5-10 paragraphs or 2-4 pages for this essay).
The Works Cited is an Additional page Include a Works Cited page that lists the introduction citation in correct MLA format as “Chapter from a book” (See MLA Tab in Writer’s Reference Handbook) and also include a formal outline of the text being summary-analyzed.
Essays should be free of major grammatical errors and imprecisions in language usage and sentence fluidity.Essays should be in MLA Paper format (Typed, 12 point Times New Roman font, double spaced, with pagination and proper header and heading – See MLA Tab in Writer’s Reference). Summary portions should demonstrate your understanding of the text selection and key ideas of the text. They should be a condensed version of the original (about ½ the size of the original) and should present the material in a neutral fashion, without opinion. Analysis should demonstrate your ability to closely read and examine the parts of a text in order to determine the success of a text.
Summary-analyses should include quoted material from the text in the analysis portion as supporting evidence for your analysis findings. INSTRUCTION FOR WRITING ANALYSIS ESSAYS: Review the A tab in Writer’s Reference, specifically “Reading Actively” “Outlining a text to identify main ideas” “Summarizing to deepen your understanding” “Analyzing to demonstrate your critical thinking” and “Writing Guide: Analysis Essay” Consider the following: Writing a textual analysis is not writing how you feel about a text’s topic, and it’s not writing whether you agree with the argument presented in the text.
In fact, you can write a textual analysis about a text that deals with a topic you know little about or disagree with entirely. When you write a textual analysis, you are writing to tell readers whether or not a text’s author effectively presents an argument. You will decide how effectively an author presents his or her argument by examining the techniques the author uses, explaining which ones work (or not) and why. To do this, you must first think about how these techniques affect the author’s intended audience and how they help to achieve the author’s intended purpose.
Your analysis will be an explanation of how the author reaches that audience and achieves that purpose (or not). In short, analysis involves thinking critically about how a text works (or doesn’t) and why, and then communicating that clearly. Key Features Based on Richard Bullock, The Norton Field Guide (NY: Norton, 2006), p.50 Summary of the text: Depending on how well known the text you are analyzing is, you will most likely need to provide a brief summary of it. Attention to Context: Texts often exist as part of an ongoing conversation or as a response to particular events.
Keep this in mind when analyzing a text; think about how those conversations or events influenced the author’s decisions about the text or how they influence the way the intended audience will feel about its message. Clear Interpretation or Judgment: This can be achieved through a clear thesis statement placed near the beginning of your paper that includes your interpretation of what you think the text means or what its intended purpose was, how well this message is communicated, and how the author does (or doesn’t) communicate it. Support for Your Conclusions:
Because there is rarely just one way to interpret a text, examples of techniques and patterns from the text are good ways to support your claims. Useful Questions to Ask Yourself When Putting Together Your Analysis: Is everything in this text clear to me (including words, expressions, references)? What is the author’s purpose/audience for this text?
How do I know that? What techniques does the author use to get his/her point across? For example, does the author quote or refer to credible sources, appeal to the audience’s emotions, organize the argument in a particular way, include graphics? Do I have a clearly stated thesis? Do I provide sufficient evidence for my claims? Are my readers likely to be familiar with the text I’m analyzing? What do I know or how do I feel about this topic/author? How will that influence my analysis?
Question 1168 Hamlet creative project
Rewrite Hamlet’s “to be or not to be” speech, and put in a different verb. For instance “to diet or not to diet,” “to study or not to study,” “to marry,” “to buy,” etc. and alter he details of the soliloquy to fit your new first line. Your speech should be at least one full double-spaced, typed page (font size = 12)
Question 1169 Curriculum Approach in Language Teaching: Forward, Central, and Backward Design
This is a reflection paper about an article I will attach….Reflection Papers (2-3 pages each, double spaced, APA format) delve into, expand on, relate to, reflect on or otherwise offer insight into or question a point or issue that catches your attention.
You can write an interpretation, a critique, an expansion, or any other method of discussion. The only requirements are that you refer to the relevant passage(s), focus on one topic or theme, write coherently and proofread your paper.
Question 1170 Parent Questionaire
Parent Questionnaire Please respond to the following questions. Be funny; be serious; be honest; be proud. The more we know, the better able we will be to help guide your son or daughter through the college application process. Keep in mind that we have teacher reports, advisor letters and grades on file. We hope you will share your responses with your child.
However, if there is information that you wish to remain confidential, please so note. If you wish to use more space than provided, please feel free to add separate sheets of paper. We encourage you to keep a copy of your responses for future reference.
Thank you. * = required question Please save your answers periodically if you need longer than one hour to complete this form. Your session will expire after one hour if you have not changed the page.
*1. What words or phrases first come to mind to describe your child? Is there an anecdote you can share that may illustrate these words or phrases most?
*2. What do you consider to be your child’s most outstanding accomplishment(s) during the past three years?
*3. Have there been any turning points in your child’s development or education? Explain why you view them as such.
*4. What have been the best and worst aspects of your child’s experiences at North Shore?
*5. What kind of a young adult do you want your child to be?
*6. At present what do you see as your child’s greatest strengths? (Both Academic and Personal)
*7. Weaknesses that could be worked on? (Academic and Personal)
*8. Who are your child’s closest friends? What do they gain from each of these relationships?
*9. Which teachers since ninth grade has your child been closest to? For what reasons?
*10. What do you think your child will major in?
*11. Career(s) you think your child might eventually pursue:
*12. What are your hopes and expectations for your child after North Shore? Include college hopes/expectations as well as other experiences which might be possible between graduation from North Shore and college or during college years.
*13. Names and ages (and college, if applicable) of all children:
14. Please describe the nature of your child’s relationship with their father:
15. Please describe the nature of your child’s relationship with their mother
Question 1171 Where are you going where are you been
his story is filled with symbols that suggest different ways to interpret Arnold, Connie, and their encounter. Choose one symbol from the story and discuss what it might represent. Remember that there are no wrong ideas as long as you can support them with evidence from the story. Your post should be about one paragraph long.
Question 1172 Art of Seeing Photo
Possible reflection/discussion points: 1. Why does this image celebrate rarely photographed or noticed elements of life? 2. How did this exercise elevate your appreciation for everyday life encounters? 3. What did you take into consideration when taking this phtograph? answer each one of the 3 question as paragraph 5-6 sentence
Question 1173 Elevator pitch
Assignment Fayetteville State University holds career fairs each semester. Imagine that you will be attending the career fair with hundreds of other job seekers.
You will meet representatives of many companies. At his networking event, you will meet representatives of many companies and will have only a couple minutes give your elevator pitch.
Write an elevator pitch that highlights your accomplishments, conveys your enthusiasm about the opportunity, and makes a request, such as how to contact the hiring manager, find out about future job openings, or schedule an information interview.
Your elevator pitch should be around 200 words. Background Reading How to Craft a Killer Elevator Pitch and Handout 60 Second Commercial Worksheet Elevator Pitch Infographic
Question 1174 The Style Analysis
For this paper, you will imitate the writing conventions of your chosen publication. Before you can do this, you obviously have to fully understand those conventions: the style of writing being employed, the rhetorical choices being made, and the topics being covered.
These stylistic and rhetorical conventions will vary from the academic journal to the professional magazine. In order to make an informed decision about which type of publication you will write the article for, you will formally compare the two in a Style Analysis Paper.
To begin, you will review the common writing styles and conventions evident in both publications. Then, you will make a claim regarding the similarities and the differences in their styles; this claim will be the thesis for your Style Analysis Paper. You will support your claim with a thorough analysis of each publication’s style with examples and evidence drawn from multiple articles from both the academic journal and the professional magazine.
The Minimum Requirements for the Style Analysis Paper · You are required to write at least 5 full pages (though it will more than likely be a bit longer than that). You may not write over 7 full pages for this assignment. · You are required to select both one academic journal AND one professional magazine from your discipline to analyze.
TOPIC CRIMINAL JUSTICE/LAW ENFORCEMENT · You are required to read at least 3 articles from each of the 2 publications you’ve selected (for a total of 6 articles) and use specific examples from these articles to support your analysis of the publications’ writing styles and conventions.
These 6 articles will count as the 6 required sources for this paper; if you want to use additional sources, however, you are free to do so. Check the course calendar at the end of the syllabus for details about workshops and due dates! Required Outline
I. Introduction a. Be sure to introduce both publications in your introduction. Name the publication and briefly summarize the purpose of the publication – you may have to research this and cite your sources.
Do not name all of the articles you will be using to back up your claims as to style. b. Conclude this section with your claim about their typical writing styles. II. The Academic Journal section
a. Write your body paragraphs wherein you analyze specific stylistic features (at least 3- 4 specific features should be analyzed, each in its own well-developed paragraph)
b. Be sure to explain how those stylistic features are appropriate for the publication’s intended audience (discourse community). What effects do you think these stylistic features have on readers and why? How do these style choices support the purpose of this publication?
III. The Professional Magazine section a. Write your body paragraphs wherein you analyze specific stylistic features (at least 3- 4 specific features should be analyzed, each in its own well-developed paragraph) b. Be sure to explain how those stylistic features are appropriate for the publication’s intended audience (discourse community).
What effects do you think these stylistic features have on readers and why? How do these style choices support the purpose of this publication?
IV. Conclusion a. This may include final reflections on the two publications’ styles, their similarities and their differences b. Be sure to also make some conclusions about which type of style you’d prefer practicing/imitating further as you write the WID paper later in the semester.
Do you think it would be more beneficial for you to practice writing as a professional in your field for an academic journal or for a professional magazine?
Question 1175 Job/Internship Application Cover Letter
Imagine that you are applying for an internship or entry-level job in your chosen career field. Write a cover letter to accompany your application for the position. Use your real job career aspirations and actual qualifications as the basis for your letter.
Highlight employment, volunteer and extracurricular experiences, as well as key achievements matched to the position.
Question 1176 English naysayer assignment
Guidelines: For this individual writing assignment, you will draw on work that you have already posted in the Week 3 Discussion forum. Please use the headers Part 1 and Part 2 in the response you submit here.
Part 1: Expand on the passage you composed in response to Exercise #1 on page 90 (Ch 6 in G&B) for Prompt # 2 on the Week 3 Discussion forum. First, develop the response you posted on the Week 3 Discussion Forum for Exercise #1 on p 90 (Ch 6 in G&B text) more fully by
1) citing a source that backs up the naysayer response you added to the Schlosser passage (this will likely entail some quick online research on your part) and,
2) incorporating a source introduction and/or in-text citation into the naysayer response for the source you cited in the naysayer response you added to Schlosser’s passage (if the source doesn’t have page numbers, you’ll have to skip the in-text citation, but you should still briefly introduce the source — e.g., title of article, website, etc.).
In this Copy #2 of the Schlosser passage (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site., I have incorporated some language to show how you can do some quick research and add a source to your naysayer response.
(It’s okay to borrow my ideas, but if you do so, be sure to put them in your own words and acknowledge your source!) Then, copy/paste your revised version of the Schlosser passage (with your addition of a naysaver response) into this assignment link. [25 possible points] Part 2: In a short paragraph (3-5 sentences), reflect on how you might apply the Naysayer concept to your Diversity in the News Essay
Question 1177 peer reviews
Step 1: Compose a formal, academic essay about the topic of diversity in the news in which you do the following: Refer carefully and often to the Diversity in the News Essay handout (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. that Susanne Bohmer has prepared for Sociology &101.
These guidelines form the basis for the combined Soc&101/Engl&101 assignment. Apply what you have learned in English &101 during the first few weeks of the quarter about foregrounding “They Say,” then moving to “I Say,” with careful attention to voice and signal phrases.
All these strategies should prepare you for effective completion of this essay assignment (and your essay will be assessed on their usage). Sample papers from former Soc&101 classes may be found on this google page (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.. NOTE: The previous Soc&101 assignment did not incorporate Engl&101 elements, so these sample essays are shorter and do not contain all the elements that yours will.
Step 2: Submit a full draft of your essay here to engage in the process of peer reviews. *Click on Submit Assignment tab *Browse your computer for the file containing your draft *Click on Submit Assignment.
*You will get a Turned In! message on the right with a green check mark. Step 3: Participate in thoughtful, careful, helpful, respectful peer reviews after reading two of your classmates’ essays by the end of the day on Tuesday, Jan 23.) The peer review process, when completed earnestly and openly, almost always results in rich rethinking, re-seeing — and thus, significant revisions.
I remind you this to encourage you to get over possible shyness about offering respectful, constructive advice, and also to encourage you to be grateful vs defensive when reading your classmates’ comments at the end of the process. Remember the golden rule: do unto others what you would have them do unto you.
Help each other out respectfully and strongly! Check the menu on the right side of the screen to find the essays you have been assigned to review. After reading your classmates’ essays from start to finish, in the comments box post responses to the three prompts. Please include the Prompt #s with your responses. If you can do so, you are welcome to make additional notes right in your classmate’s paper.
DO NOT USE THE RUBRIC. Prompt #1: Comment on the effectiveness of the summary section by referring to each of these matters (you may compose your thoughts in paragraph or bullet-list format): Is the writer’s voice objective at all times? If not, where not? Are there sufficient signal phrases that remind the reader that the writer is summarizing? If not, where could these be added? Does the writer’s summary convey the news item’s main points fully enough that you, the reader, understand its significance? If not, explain the gaps you are experiencing as a reader.
Prompt #2: Comment on the effectiveness of the response section by referring to each of these matters: Is the transition from summary to response clear and effective? If not, what is missing or what could be added? Is it clear that the response section applies Soc&101 concepts or research findings to analysis of the news story? If that is not clear, be sure to mention it.
Perhaps you are not clear about which concept is being applied, or you are not clear about how it is applied. You will be helping your classmate tremendously by providing this feedback.
Prompt #3: Comment on effectiveness of sentence mechanics and/or MLA formatting. If you notice anything awry, mention it. You do not need to fix errors, but it is often helpful to explain what you think needs further attention. If the paper-editing option on Canvas is available to you (it’s temperamental), you are welcome to enter your notes right in your classmates’ essays.
You may choose from any of the Canvas tools that are available for adding comments and notes. If you are the second reviewer for an essay, please use a different color for your comments than the first reviewer used.
Assessment When I score this draft of your essay for English& 101, these are the elements I will be assessing: Effective use of rhetorical organization strategies: Fleshing out “They Say” and “I Say” sections carefully and clearly. Effective use of rhetorical reader/audience awareness strategies: Making moves that connect the writer to their reader/audience.
Full adherence to process: Posting your full draft on time; participating constructively and wholeheartedly in the peer review process; evidence that you are open to re-envisioning and/or revising your own essay based on the feedback you give and the feedback you receive from your classmates and/or instructors. Careful attention to sentence structure/grammar and application of MLA guidelines:
Formatting your paper, incorporation of in-text citations, and composing a Works Cited list. How to view your grade and read comments on your essay After your essay has been reviewed and scored, you will get a notice under Recent Feedback (on the right) with the title of the assignment next to a green check mark and your score underneath it.
To see our feedback, go to Grades and click on the assignment title (i.e. “Peer Reviews for Diversity in the News Essay”). To get to our comments in the margin of your paper, click on “View Feedback” (to the right of the link for your paper).
Comments will be displayed to the right of the graded paper, and you might well find comments right in your paper as well. Submission Turned In! Jan 19 at 11:59pm Submission Details Download United States Travel Ban (Immigration) –DONE.docx Assigned Peer Reviews Anonymous User Anonymous User Comments: Sujita, I just read your paper, focusing on the sociological analysis part. Here are some suggestions:
1. I would shorten the introduction so it is proportionate to the overall length of your essay. Some of what you state is specific enough that it would fit in the summary section of your essay.
2. To make the summary clearer state right away that the article is about a report from an examination of the first travel ban. I would rewrite some of the summary to increase its clarity.
3. I don’t understand how the material from Barkan on education promoting inequality is related to your article. Also, you are asked for a quote rather than a paraphrase. Maybe this course material is not your best choice.
4. I doubt that Barkan says that reducing immigrants means the crime rate would be reduced. He might say that some people think this. A direct quote from the text is needed.
5. I think you might be better off using different course materials. Something on conflict theory or on “issues” vs. “troubles” could work. I hope this feedback helps. Let me know what questions remain after the peer review and before you submit the final essay. I’m looking forward to reading the final version. Susanne SUSANNE BOHMER, Jan 20 at 4:29pm
Question 1178 Extended Outline
The extended outline will present the topic you have selected for your Course Project. The purpose of the outline is to develop ideas for your argument and create a preliminary structure that will help you build your draft in the coming weeks.
The format of the assignment is a sentence outline. Use APA style to document any sources referenced in your outline.
Question 1179 English Language
Imagine that you were stuck in an elevator with two of the authors that we have read in this course. Who would they be, and what would you say or not say to them? Make sure to clearly state the names of the two authors. Be creative in your answer.
Use first-person, but no second-person (you, your). Avoid contractions. You may describe the current circumstance that got you three in this predicament, but remember to focus more on your interaction with the authors and what they would say to you but more so of what you would say to them.
This is a creative, open-ended essay, so do not worry too much about logistics. I am looking for depth, substance, and analysis. Write at the bare minimum five paragraphs. A paragraph is at least four sentences, but I am expecting you to write at least 500 words to receive an adequate score.
Question 1180 General critiquing criteria
- Generally, at least (try for more) one full handwritten page of comments.2. The comments should be specific, not general. In other words, do not just say “good description” or “need to describe more.” Say exactly where and what was described well or specifically what could be described more.
- Point out specific passages, sentences, words, etc.3. Clearly written comments. Speak in complete sentences and explain your opinions clearly, so the reader won’t look at it and think, “What did she/he mean?”4. The writer of the critique should show they obviously care and are trying their best to help the person who wrote the paper.
- Also, they shouldn’t just say great paper, no changes needed, nor should they thrash the paper. The paper should be respected, and time should be taken to word comments carefully with sensitivity.5. The person should participate actively in the group critiquing. The written critiques are homework and shouldn’t be done during the group discussion.
Question 1181 GENERAL CRITIQUING CRITERIA
Generally, at least (try for more) one full handwritten page of comments.2. The comments should be specific, not general. In other words, do not just say “good description” or “need to describe more.” Say exactly where and what was described well or specifically what could be described more.
Point out specific passages, sentences, words, etc.3. Clearly written comments. Speak in complete sentences and explain your opinions clearly, so the reader won’t look at it and think, “What did she/he mean?”4. The writer of the critique should show they obviously care and are trying their best to help the person who wrote the paper.
Also, they shouldn’t just say great paper, no changes needed, nor should they thrash the paper. The paper should be respected, and time should be taken to word comments carefully with sensitivity.
Question 1182 APPROACHES TO THE TEACHING OF READING
APPLYING CURRENT APPROACHES TO THE TEACHING OF READING” Organizing my Reaction Paper: A reaction/response paper has an introduction, a body, and a conclusion.
• The introduction should contain all the basic information in one or two paragraphs. Sentence 1: This sentence should give the title, author, and publication you read. Sentence 2, 3, and (4) These sentences give a brief summary of what you read Sentence 5: This sentence is your thesis statement. You agree, disagree, identify, or evaluate.
• Your introduction should include a concise, one sentence, focused thesis. This is the focused statement of your reaction/response. More information on thesis statements is available.
• The body should contain paragraphs that provide support for your thesis. Each paragraph should contain one idea. Topic sentences should support the thesis, and the final sentence of each paragraph should lead into the next paragraph. Topic Sentence detail — example –quotation –detail — example — quotation — detail — example — quotation — detail — example –quotation Summary Sentence
• You can structure your paragraphs in two ways: 1. Explain author’s point– your comment supported with details/examples/quotations 2. Explain author’s point– contrast with your point of view support with details/etc.
• The conclusion can be a restatement of what you said in your paper, or it could be a comment which focuses your overall reaction. Finally, it can be a prediction of the effects of what you’re reacting to. Note: your conclusion should include no new information. To sum up the information, this handout has covered prewriting and organizing strategies for reaction/response papers.
• Prewriting o Read the article and jot down ideas. o How do you feel about what was said? o Do you agree or disagree with the author? o Have you had any applicable experience? o Have you read or heard anything that applies to this what the writer said in the article or book? o Does the evidence in the article support the statements the writer made?
• Organizing o Write the thesis statement first. o Decide on the key points that will focus your ideas. These will be your topic sentences. o Develop your ideas by adding examples, quotations, and details to your paragraphs. o Make sure the last sentence of each paragraph leads into the next paragraph. o Check your thesis and make sure the topic sentence of each paragraph supports it.
Grading a Response/Reaction Paper LEO FOCUS – The clarity with which you maintain your main idea or point of view on the topic. _____/25 points ORGANIZATION – The clarity with which you structure your response following the LEO format. _____/25 points SUPPORT – How you elaborate on your ideas and how you present supporting details. _____/25 points STYLE OF WRITING – Sentence structure, usage, mechanics, etc… _____/25 points TOTAL: ________
Question 1183 American History
answer the following questions in at least 600 words:
1. What can be said of Washington’s criticism of African-American ministers?
2. Beginning in the 1960s, Washington was widely criticized as an accommodationist, as a leader favoring humility and individual responsibility and achievement at the expense of racial pride. Based on the excerpts, do you think that Washington’s prose leads to such a view of him?
3. How would you describe the overall strategy of The Souls of Black Folk, the discernment, in the lines of supposedly simple African American spirituals, of complex ideas of selfhood and self-fulfillment? Is this a writerly tour de force, a display of wit, mental agility, and (perhaps) late Victorian sentimentality by one author working in a mainstream tradition? Or does Du Bois make this venture into cultural anthropology ring true and convince us of the deep wisdom within the ordinary and the plain?
4. Does Norris “mean it” when he argues that literary naturalism is not a variant of realism but really a newer kind of romanticism? What is the reasoning behind this declaration—and what do you think of that reasoning? If Howells is writing for a broad audience of magazine readers, or for his constituency of women from the new middle class, people with aspirations to culture and taste as well as moral improvement, whom do Frank Norris and and Theodore Dreiser seem to be writing to and for?
5. If naturalism, as Norris describes it, is virtually coerced into romantic configurations because of certain doctrines about human nature and human possibility, at what point can fiction of this sort become aesthetic— in other words, an exercise in color or sensation or spectacle for their own sake rather than for conveying some sort of moral engagement with the human condition?
If a question like this provokes a confused silence, ask your group to ponder what overtly naturalistic films that they have seen—Scorsese’s The Departed or Taxi Driver, for example, or Reservoir Dogs or other films by Quentin Tarantino—are really “about,” if they are about anything at all. If we are supposed to care about Carrie Meeber in Sister Carrie or Maggie in Maggie: A Girl of the Streets, are there novels and films of a similar style that induce a moral numbness or a sense that no exploration of human nature is taking place?
6. If the second question provokes a lively debate about the various intentions and effects of literary naturalism, you might close in tighter on differences among the avowed realists, especially James and Howells.
Howells takes chances in his description of the focus and subject matter for realistic fiction (you might want to point out that in his prose he often doesn’t play by his own rules!). James is more evasive in talking about issues such as social class and what he means by “truth to life.” Why does he do that, and where do we see a similar abstractness or evasiveness operating in his short fiction?
Question 1184 Communication and Perception
Objective: Chapter 2 focuses on communication and perception. How the perception process works, how we perceive others, and perceiving and presenting yourself. In this journal entry you are going to watch the TED Talk attached and you are going to read chapter 2, then you are going to write a 500 word journal entry.
You are going to write a 500 word response to these questions: How does the chapter help you better understand the communication process and include a personal example from your life experiences. Include at least 1 major theory and cite the page number. (ex. Theory Blank (pg 112) )
How does the TED talk help you understand the communication process and how does it relate to your life. https://www.ted.com/talks/daniel_tammet_different_ways_of_knowing#t-604834
Question 1185Course project first and second grafts
The purpose of the draft is to begin communicatinghttps://www.homeworknest.com/sign-in.php your topic and to establish its relevance to a reader. The draft will present an introduction (two to three paragraphs) and one section (two to three paragraphs) of the body of the paper and then conclusion.
Cite each new reference carefully both in the text and on the reference page. The length of the first draft is three to four pages of text and the send is four to five pages of text, not including the title and References pages. Follow the grading rubric carefully to earn all possible points.
Question 1186 Radiolab “Words” Discussion Forum
Instructions After reading the CCCCs statement you only need to read one paragraph: the paragraph on page one from a group of English composition professors in 1972. It begins with “We affirm…” http://www.ncte.org/library/NCTEFiles/Groups/CCCC/NewSRTOL.pdf (Links to an external site.) and listening to the first 11:30 of Radiolab’s “Words,” (Links to an external site.)http://www.radiolab.org/story/91725-words/ Links to an external site. .
Part 1 due Tuesday, 2/6, end of day: Write a response to these two questions. Each response should be at least one paragraph in length. Be sure to fully explain why you think/feel the way you do.
Tell us about a time you realized that language has power. Or, explain why you think language is or is not a powerful tool. What was the most interesting part of the first 11.5 minutes of this podcast? How do you think it relates to the CCCCs statement?
Question 1187 Virtual Reality
Annotated Bibliography assignment Sheet Details: I need for the assignment use 9 source (no more; no less) 3 pages also, make sure the for the source. (5 academic Journal articles) the other 4 sources can consist of academic journal articles, longer newspaper articles from major newspapers, good quality. I need that is MLA citation.
I have example of my professors work so I need the same style of the work. My title of my assignment is Virtual Reality I did some work on my assignment about Virtual Reality and I add some ideas to make the writer easier.
Question 1188 Reflection of the perspective
One-page reflection on Chapter 4. You should include an analysis of what you learned, along with any points you found interesting. Reflections should be one-page, double-spaced, Times New Roman, size 12 font.
Make sure your name and date are at the top of the page
Question 1189 Discuss how the two passages are similar.
Look at the passage in “Desiree’s Baby” where Desiree’s “realization” occurs. The passage begins with the last paragraph on page 178 and ends with the fourth paragraph on page 179. Compare this passage to the passage in “The Story of an Hour” where Mrs. Mallard experiences her ”realization”.
The passage begins with the fourth paragraph on page 181 and ends with “…and relaxed every inch of her body.” On page 182. Look at the imagery Chopin uses in these two passages.Discuss how the two passages are similar. Write at least 5 paragraphs on this topic.
Question 1190 Observing Bio-reactions
Bio-reactions (fight, flight, freeze, or appease) include quick responses to stimuli that are dangerous and fearful experiences. Bio-reactions help the brain reinforce certain pathways. Some pathways associate that past reaction with other similar events.
This is one way to learn. The fear response may be associated with other non fearful events. Because the brain is so good at making these associations, we aren’t even aware of the miscue. Bio-reactions are
. In most cases they are not under your control, such as when you automatically close your eyes when something flies at your face. In other cases, you can have more control over your reaction.
To be in control of these responses, the first step is to become aware of when you are experiencing a bio-reaction. To be aware of your bio-reactions, it may be helpful to ask yourself the following questions: • What caused the bio-reaction? • What was happening in the environment around you? • What emotions did you feel? •
How did your body react? • What, if anything, did you do differently when you noticed you were having a bio-reaction? • Why is it important for you to be aware of your bio-reactions? Requirements: Your submission must be your original work. No more than a combined total of 30% of the submission and no more than a 10% match to any one individual source can be directly quoted or closely paraphrased from sources, even if cited correctly.
Use the Turnitin Originality Report available in as a guide for this measure of originality. You must use the rubric to direct the creation of your submission because it provides detailed criteria that will be used to evaluate your work. Each requirement below may be evaluated by more than one rubric aspect. The rubric aspect titles may contain hyperlinks to relevant portions of the course. Note: Complete the Learning Brains and bio-reaction material found in module 1 in your course of study before completing this task.
Describe three situations where you have experienced a bio-reaction. 1. Identify which bio-reaction (fight, flight, freeze, or appease) you were experiencing in each situation from part A. 2. Describe what was happening in the environment around you during each of the identified bio-reactions. 3. Describe how your body reacted and what emotions you felt during each of the identified bio-reactions. 4. Explain why it is important to be aware of your bio-reactions.
Question 1191 Literary Analysis
The goal of this essay is to present a thesis that clearly states an interpretation(one that is not obvious) of some aspect of your short story and to support that interpretation by pointing to examples from the story, explaining the significance of those examples in relation to your interpretation. Double spaced, 1,000 words, MLA format Identify the significant parts.
What stands out/seems most significant (what do you notice)? What is strange or weird? What is interesting? What is surprising? Use The Method What words are repeated exactly? What ideas are repeated through similar words? What opposites/binaries are included? What anomalies do you notice? Ask yourself whether you should read the significant parts literally or symbolically.
Literature is often symbolic, so strongly consider this option. If symbolic—Make a list of everything that the significant parts could symbolize. Ask yourself the question, “it seems to be about _____ but also could be about ______.” Use the details of the text to determine which of your symbolic options is most probable and focus on that option. Ask yourself what the text is saying about the significant part that you focused on in number 2. Consider using the following questions or questions of your own:
How is it described? What is interesting or strange about how it is described? Is it portrayed negatively or positively? Focus on the details to help you answer this. Is this description different than or the same as the usual presentation of this subject? Why is it shown differently or the same? Construct a thesis that identifies the significant part that you will focus on and that sets up what you will be arguing that the poem says about that part.
Do not summarize or state the obvious but look for the undercurrents that will be most interesting. Build supporting paragraphs that support all of the parts of your thesis. Begin the paragraphs with a focus on a main idea, then focus on the specific details from the text to build your support for that main idea, being sure to explain why/how the details support what you say they support. Below is the short story I chose.
The Cask of Amontillado by Edgar Allan Poe The thousand injuries of Fortunato I had borne as I best could, but when he ventured upon insult, I vowed revenge. You, who so well know the nature of my soul, will not suppose, however, that I gave utterance to a threat. At length I would be avenged; this was a point definitely settled—but the very definitiveness with which it was resolved, precluded the idea of risk.
I must not only punish, but punish with impunity. A wrong is unredressed when retribution overtakes its redresser. It is equally unredressed when the avenger fails to make himself felt as such to him who has done the wrong. It must be understood that neither by word nor deed had I given Fortunato cause to doubt my good will. I continued, as was my wont, to smile in his face, and he did not perceive that my smile now was at the thought of his immolation.
He had a weak point—this Fortunato—although in other regards he was a man to be respected and even feared. He prided himself on his connoisseurship in wine. Few Italians have the true virtuoso spirit. For the most part their enthusiasm is adopted to suit the time and —to practise imposture upon the British and Austrian millionaires.
In painting and gemmary, Fortunato, like his countrymen, was a quack—but in the matter of old wines he was sincere. In this respect I did not differ from him materially: I was skillful in the Italian vintages myself, and bought largely whenever I could. It was about dusk, one evening during the supreme madness of the carnival season, that I encountered my friend.
He accosted me with excessive warmth, for he had been drinking much. The man wore motley. He had on a tight-fitting parti-striped dress, and his head was surmounted by the conical cap and bells. I was so pleased to see him, that I thought I should never have done wringing his hand. I said to him—”My dear Fortunato, you are luckily met.
How remarkably well you are looking to-day! But I have received a pipe of what passes for Amontillado, and I have my doubts.” “How?” said he. “Amontillado? A pipe? Impossible! And in the middle of the carnival!” “I have my doubts,” I replied; “and I was silly enough to pay the full Amontillado price without consulting you in the matter.
You were not to be found, and I was fearful of losing a bargain.” “Amontillado!” “I have my doubts.” “Amontillado!” “And I must satisfy them.” “Amontillado!” “As you are engaged, I am on my way to Luchesi. If any one has a critical turn, it is he. He will tell me—” “Luchesi cannot tell Amontillado from Sherry.” “And yet some fools will have it that his taste is a match for your own.” “Come, let us go.” “Whither?” “To your vaults.” “My friend, no; I will not impose upon your good nature.
I perceive you have an engagement. Luchesi—” “I have no engagement;—come.” “My friend, no. It is not the engagement, but the severe cold with which I perceive you are afflicted. The vaults are insufferably damp. They are encrusted with nitre.” “Let us go, nevertheless.
The cold is merely nothing. Amontillado! You have been imposed upon. And as for Luchesi, he cannot distinguishhttps://www.homeworknest.com/sign-in.php Sherry from Amontillado.” Thus speaking, Fortunato possessed himself of my arm. Putting on a mask of black silk, and drawing a roquelaire closely about my person, I suffered him to hurry me to my palazzo. There were no attendants at home; they had absconded to make merry in honour of the time.
I had told them that I should not return until the morning, and had given them explicit orders not to stir from the house. These orders were sufficient, I well knew, to insure their immediate disappearance, one and all, as soon as my back was turned. I took from their sconces two flambeaux, and giving one to Fortunato, bowed him through several suites of rooms to the archway that led into the vaults. I passed down a long and winding staircase, requesting him to be cautious as he followed. We came at length to the foot of the descent, and stood together on the damp ground of the catacombs of the Montresors.
The gait of my friend was unsteady, and the bells upon his cap jingled as he strode. “The pipe,” said he. “It is farther on,” said I; “but observe the white web-work which gleams from these cavern walls.” He turned towards me, and looked into my eyes with two filmy orbs that distilled the rheum of intoxication. “Nitre?” he asked, at length. “Nitre,” I replied. “How long have you had that cough?” “Ugh! ugh! ugh!—ugh! ugh! ugh!—ugh! ugh! ugh!—ugh! ugh! ugh!—ugh! ugh! ugh!” My poor friend found it impossible to reply for many minutes. “It is nothing,” he said, at last. “Come,” I said, with decision, “we will go back; your health is precious.
You are rich, respected, admired, beloved; you are happy, as once I was. You are a man to be missed. For me it is no matter. We will go back; you will be ill, and I cannot be responsible. Besides, there is Luchesi—” “Enough,” he said; “the cough is a mere nothing; it will not kill me. I shall not die of a cough.” “True—true,” I replied; “and, indeed, I had no intention of alarming you unnecessarily—but you should use all proper caution.
A draught of this Medoc will defend us from the damps.” Here I knocked off the neck of a bottle which I drew from a long row of its fellows that lay upon the mould. “Drink,” I said, presenting him the wine. He raised it to his lips with a leer. He paused and nodded to me familiarly, while his bells jingled. “I drink,” he said, “to the buried that repose around us.” “And I to your long life.” He again took my arm, and we proceeded. “These vaults,” he said, “are extensive.” “The Montresors,” I replied, “were a great and numerous family.” “I forget your arms.” “A huge human foot d’or, in a field azure; the foot crushes a serpent rampant whose fangs are imbedded in the heel.” “And the motto?” “Nemo me impune lacessit.” “Good!” he said. The wine sparkled in his eyes and the bells jingled. My own fancy grew warm with the Medoc.
We had passed through walls of piled bones, with casks and puncheons intermingling, into the inmost recesses of catacombs. I paused again, and this time I made bold to seize Fortunato by an arm above the elbow. “The nitre!” I said; “see, it increases. It hangs like moss upon the vaults. We are below the river’s bed.
The drops of moisture trickle among the bones. Come, we will go back ere it is too late. Your cough—” “It is nothing,” he said; “let us go on. But first, another draught of the Medoc.” I broke and reached him a flagon of De Grave. He emptied it at a breath. His eyes flashed with a fierce light. He laughed and threw the bottle upwards with a gesticulation I did not understand.
I looked at him in surprise. He repeated the movement—a grotesque one. “You do not comprehend?” he said. “Not I,” I replied. “Then you are not of the brotherhood.” “How?” “You are not of the masons.” “Yes, yes,” I said; “yes, yes.” “You? Impossible! A mason?” “A mason,” I replied. “A sign,” he said, “a sign.” “It is this,” I answered, producing a trowel from beneath the folds of my roquelaire. “You jest,” he exclaimed, recoiling a few paces. “But let us proceed to the Amontillado.” “Be it so,” I said, replacing the tool beneath the cloak and again offering him my arm. He leaned upon it heavily.
We continued our route in search of the Amontillado. We passed through a range of low arches, descended, passed on, and descending again, arrived at a deep crypt, in which the foulness of the air caused our flambeaux rather to glow than flame. At the most remote end of the crypt there appeared another less spacious. Its walls had been lined with human remains, piled to the vault overhead, in the fashion of the great catacombs of Paris.
Three sides of this interior crypt were still ornamented in this manner. From the fourth side the bones had been thrown down, and lay promiscuously upon the earth, forming at one point a mound of some size. Within the wall thus exposed by the displacing of the bones, we perceived a still interior recess, in depth about four feet in width three, in height six or seven.
It seemed to have been constructed for no especial use within itself, but formed merely the interval between two of the colossal supports of the roof of the catacombs, and was backed by one of their circumscribing walls of solid granite. It was in vain that Fortunato, uplifting his dull torch, endeavoured to pry into the depth of the recess. Its termination the feeble light did not enable us to see. “Proceed,” I said; “herein is the Amontillado.
As for Luchesi—” “He is an ignoramus,” interrupted my friend, as he stepped unsteadily forward, while I followed immediately at his heels. In an instant he had reached the extremity of the niche, and finding his progress arrested by the rock, stood stupidly bewildered. A moment more and I had fettered him to the granite. In its surface were two iron staples, distant from each other about two feet, horizontally. From one of these depended a short chain, from the other a padlock.
Throwing the links about his waist, it was but the work of a few seconds to secure it. He was too much astounded to resist. Withdrawing the key I stepped back from the recess. “Pass your hand,” I said, “over the wall; you cannot help feeling the nitre. Indeed, it is very damp. Once more let me implore you to return.
No? Then I must positively leave you. But I must first render you all the little attentions in my power.” “The Amontillado!” ejaculated my friend, not yet recovered from his astonishment. “True,” I replied; “the Amontillado.” As I said these words I busied myself among the pile of bones of which I have before spoken.
Throwing them aside, I soon uncovered a quantity of building stone and mortar. With these materials and with the aid of my trowel, I began vigorously to wall up the entrance of the niche. I had scarcely laid the first tier of the masonry when I discovered that the intoxication of Fortunato had in a great measure worn off. The earliest indication I had of this was a low moaning cry from the depth of the recess.
It was not the cry of a drunken man. There was then a long and obstinate silence. I laid the second tier, and the third, and the fourth; and then I heard the furious vibrations of the chain. The noise lasted for several minutes, during which, that I might hearken to it with the more satisfaction, I ceased my labours and sat down upon the bones.
I again paused, and holding the flambeaux over the mason-work, threw a few feeble rays upon the figure within. A succession of loud and shrill screams, bursting suddenly from the throat of the chained form, seemed to thrust me violently back. For a brief moment I hesitated—I trembled. Unsheathing my rapier, I began to grope with it about the recess; but the thought of an instant reassured me.
I placed my hand upon the solid fabric of the catacombs, and felt satisfied. I reapproached the wall; I replied to the yells of him who clamoured. I re-echoed—I aided—I surpassed them in volume and in strength. I did this, and the clamourer grew still. It was now midnight, and my task was drawing to a close. I had completed the eighth, the ninth, and the tenth tier. I had finished a portion of the last and the eleventh; there remained but a single stone to be fitted and plastered in.
I struggled with its weight; I placed it partially in its destined position. But now there came from out the niche a low laugh that erected the hairs upon my head. It was succeeded by a sad voice, which I had difficulty in recognizing as that of the noble Fortunato. The voice said— “Ha! ha! ha!—he! he! he!—a very good joke indeed—an excellent jest. We shall have many a rich laugh about it at the palazzo—he! he! he!—over our wine—he! he! he!” “The Amontillado!” I said. “He! he! he!—he! he! he!—yes, the Amontillado.
But is it not getting late? Will not they be awaiting us at the palazzo, the Lady Fortunato and the rest? Let us be gone.” “Yes,” I said, “let us be gone.” “For the love of God, Montresor!” “Yes,” I said, “for the love of God!” But to these words I hearkened in vain for a reply. I grew impatient. I called aloud— “Fortunato!” No answer.
I called again— “Fortunato—” No answer still. I thrust a torch through the remaining aperture and let it fall within. There came forth in reply only a jingling of the bells. My heart grew sick on account of the dampness of the catacombs. I hastened to make an end of my labour. I forced the last stone into its position; I plastered it up. Against the new masonry I re-erected the old rampart of bones. For the half of a century no mortal has disturbed them. In pace requiescat!
Question 1192 Detroit ‘67 by Dominique Morriseau
I was assigned to go see the play & write about it. You can find the play on YouTube or get a free download online. If you can’t I will provide you with the play. The imagine attached is what the professor wants you to write about and the questions to focus on while you write.
Question 1193 Written Critiques
read the paragraph, and answer those questions for each paragraph. remember use your own words. 1a. In your own words, what is the main point of the body paragraph? 1b.
How could the point be made more complex or more clear? How could it better relate to the characters’ growth? 1c. Where might the paragraph drift away from the focused point? What could it do to tighten the focus? 2a. Does the quote/evidence fit the main point? Explain why or why not? 2b. How could the quote’s interpretation be stronger 3a.
How does the paragraph support the point with evidence from the film or personal story? How could it be more specific? 3b. Does the analysis after the evidence from the film/personal story strongly explain how the evidence fits the point? Explain why or why not. 3c. How could the paragraph support and analyze the two stories in a more parallel and balanced manner?
Question 1194 Written Critiques
answer these questions for each paragraph, and use your own words. please separate it by two documents. 1a. In your own words, what is the main point of the body paragraph? 1b. How could the point be made more complex or more clear? How could it better relate to the characters’ growth? 1c.
Where might the paragraph drift away from the focused point? What could it do to tighten the focus? 2a. Does the quote/evidence fit the main point? Explain why or why not? 2b. How could the quote’s interpretation be stronger 3a. How does the paragraph support the point with evidence from the film or personal story? How could it be more specific? 3b.
Does the analysis after the evidence from the film/personal story strongly explain how the evidence fits the point? Explain why or why not. 3c. How could the paragraph support and analyze the two stories in a more parallel and balanced manner?
Question 1195 Informal Report
Assignment Informal Report on a Site Visit/Inspection Visit the Writing Center or Career Services. You may go in person or choose to examine the office’s website instead. Afterwards, write a two-page (double-spaced) report about the user/customer experience and the office’s services and resources for students.
Be sure to include the date of your visit/inspection. To visit virtually, use these links. Career Services: https://www.uncfsu.edu/life-fsu/student-services-and-organizations/career-services (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. Writing Center: That site is still under construction on the new FSU web site.
Question 1196 Discussion: Module
The discussions in this course are designed to connect you to your classroom community–your instructor and peers. They are also arranged to give you extra practice in concepts contained in the module’s learning material. For these two reasons, discussions will play an important role in our learning journey. Each module, you will be asked to participate in a discussion area by posting both an initial post and two response posts.
Each module has a unique prompt, so be sure to review each of the prompts carefully. IMPORTANT NOTE: Participation in the discussion area below is defined as follows:
Your initial post must be submitted by the due date assigned. A one-day period is defined as that period of 24 hours from 12:00 a.m. Mountain (11:00pm Pacific/1:00am Central/2:00am Eastern) to 11:59 p.m. Mountain (10:59pm Pacific/12:59am Central/1:59am Eastern) the same day. Both response posts must be posted by the end of the module.
Tasks In the Discussion Area, address the following: Choose one of the sources found on the 1.03 Topics and Sources page. You are encouraged to use one of the sources you selected in 1.04 Activity 1.
Write 8-10 sentences (total) that: briefly introduce the source’s topic briefly discuss the source’s main argument about the topic briefly discuss the support used in the source to back up the main argument briefly discuss what is interesting or unique about the source’s perspective on the topic Peer Response Posts For your response posts, choose two of your peers who are working on the same topic as you and in response to each of their initial posts, write 3-5 sentences for each that address the following:
How is this source’s approach to the topic similar to and/or different from the approach taken in the source you chose? Use specific details. Submission Details By the due date assigned, post response to the Discussion Area. Through the last day of this module, review and respond to posts submitted by at least two of your classmates as specified above.
Question 1197 Select a Topic and Sources
Activity 1: Select a Topic and Sources (GRADED) On the Topics and Sources page, you reviewed a list of approved topics and under each degree field, you saw a set of approved, credible, and reliable sources. You will not conduct outside research in this course. Only the ` include on the Topics and Sources page should be used in your work in this course.
The Activity below will help guide you through the source selection process. As you work through the questions below, be sure to give yourself a good chunk of time to sit down and review each of the sources. IMPORTANT NOTE: Your source selections may change as you work through this course, and that’s okay. This is all part of the writing and critical thinking process.
That said, this Activity helps you start committing to a topic and a set of sources on that topic. Although you may decide in later activities or writing assignments to choose one or two sources that are different from what you select here, you may also decide to stick with the four sources you choose here for the duration of the course.
In the textboxes below, address each of the questions. When you are finished, click “Submit.” You must answer all of the questions on this page in order to receive credit for this Activity. Clicking “Submit” will commit your answer. Clicking “Submit” will also save anything you’ve written in the textbox to your Notebook for later retrieval.
To view your Notebook, go to Tools in the upper right corner of this learning resource and select it from the drop-down menu1. Choose your sources. Skim the source options provided on the Topics and Sources page. Narrow your choices down to four sources.
List them in the textbox below using the following format: “The first source was written by [insert author’s name] and is titled [insert title]. It is a(n) [insert source type: Journal article, magazine article, book, website, etc.] and was published in [insert date].”
Use this same format for the other three sources you’ve selected. Your responseGenerate an APA-formatted reference citations for one of the four sources you’ve chosen. Of the four sources you chose for question #1, choose one of those sources.
Then, using the APA citation wizard at the bottom of this page (be sure to watch the wizard tutorial video on how to use the wizard), create a reference citation for the first source you’ve selected. Once the wizard generates the citations, copy and paste the first source’s reference citation in the textbox below. If formatting, such as italics, did not transfer when you copied and pasted, use the toolbar above (e.g., the “I” button) to create formatting changes.
Simply copy the text that needs formatting and click on the appropriate formatting button.Generate an APA-formatted reference citation for the second source you’ve chosen. From the document generated by the APA citation wizard, copy and paste the second source’s reference citation in the textbox below.
If formatting, such as italics, did not transfer when you copied and pasted, use the toolbar above (e.g., the “I” button) to create formatting changes. Simply copy the text that needs formatting and click on the appropriate formatting button.
Question 1197 Narrative Essay
Due by sunday at 9pm Pacific time (12 hours)***Please do not accept assignment if you cannot make the deadline*** Needs to be high quality writing. An example essay will be provided as well as other documents to assist you.
No quotes from outside sources/documents are required. Write a 4 page essay narrating from your perspective a visit to a doctor, or a teacher, counselor, or someone else youve gone to for help.
Put the events of the visit in chronological order, and use transitions as needed to lead your reader through the story. Pay particular attention to the first sentence; see if you can make it introduce your main point.
Question 1198 Narrative paper
*NEED SOMEONE FROM THE US TO WRITE** ***Due by tonight at 10:30 pm Pacific time (8 hours)***PLEASE DO NOT ACCEPT ASSIGNMENT IF YOU CANNOT MAKE THE DEADLINE*** Needs to be as high quality writing as possible. An example essay will be provided as well as other documents to assist you.
**No quotes from outside sources/documents are required.** Write a 4 page essay narrating from your perspective a visit to a doctor, or a teacher, counselor, or someone else youve gone to for help.
Put the events of the visit in chronological order, and use transitions as needed to lead your reader through the story. Pay particular attention to the first sentence; see if you can make it introduce your main point. Write the assignment as if youre telling the story.
Question 1199 1st person Narrative
*Due by tonight at 10:30 pm Pacific time (8 hours)***PLEASE DO NOT ACCEPT ASSIGNMENT IF YOU CANNOT MAKE THE DEADLINE*** Needs to be as high quality writing as possible. An example essay will be provided as well as other documents to assist you. **No quotes from outside sources/documents are required.**
Write a 4 page essay narrating from your perspective a visit to a doctor, or a teacher, counselor, or someone else you’ve gone to for help. Put the events of the visit in chronological order, and use transitions as needed to lead your reader through the story. Pay particular attention to the first sentence; see if you can make it introduce your main point. Write the assignment as if youre telling the story.
Question 1200 Resume with cover letter
the instructions in the files that i attached , the resume she be 1 page and the cover letter should be 2 paragraph and the job that i’m applying for is https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/fairfaxcounty/jobs/1991804/engineering-technician-i you should made up some work