Please see attached word file with instructions and first part. I will upload 2nd part which is not too long shortly. Need help ASAP. Requirements: 200-250 words per question
Though What the Constitution Means to Me is a work of literature, a dramatic narrative, a play, we might also see it as a work of criticism: critical of the patriarchy in American society and its social institutions, including its founding documents, such as the US Constitution. Write a four-page essay in response to the following prompt: How effectively does Heidi Schreck’s play offer a persuasive argument against the role and function of patriarchy in the United States today? Evaluate the argument–made explicitly and implicitly–by the play. Does the play make any assumptions that weaken or undermine its argument?
After working with your reading groups and participating in class-discussions, you should have a sense of strategies people/groups use to convey a message. Strategies can include: style, form, tone, word choice. And perhaps, more complicatedly, strategies can also include: using certain frames, ways of seeing the world, and engaging with a specific public. You will select an artifact from any social movement you choose and perform a 2 to 3 page rhetorical analysis on it. This artifact can be a speech, advertisement, summary, letter, account, testimony, short story, poem. In order to receive full credit you will need to answer the following: What is the purpose of the artifact in general (What message is it trying to convey and to whom) (1pt) What is the purpose of the artifact in a larger social movement (1.5 pt) How does the artifact communicate its message (identify at least three strategies and use examples from your artifact as evidence) (2.5 pts) How does this artifact fit into larger conversations about a specific issue/topic? (2.5 pts) You will also have to: Use a citation strategy of your choosing (can be APA, MLA, or it can be a blurb in the beginning acknowledging who/what you credit your analysis to) (1 pt) Organize your analysis into paragraphs with clear transitions. (1.5 pt)
PAUL LAURENCE DUNBAR, ►We Wear The Mask, (PDF LISTED BELOW) How does the poem differentiate between public and private personae? What is the speaker’s attitude toward his public? From what inspiration do you think this may have arisen? What might this poem have in common with John Lennon’s lyric about Eleanor Rigby, who is “wearing a face that she keeps in a jar by the door”? ►Life’s Tragedy, (PDF LISTED BELOW) What does this poem say about missed opportunities and failed expectations? How does the speaker feel about seeking perfection or an ideal end? What role (if any) does regret play in our lives? ►Sympathy, LINK: (https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poems/46459/sympathy-56d22658afbc0) How does the speaker express his familiarity with suffering? How are missed opportunities treated similarly or differently than they are in “Life’s Tragedy”? What makes the bird an effective or ineffective metaphor in this poem? How are freedom and salvation represented?
What is essential for a person to do, believe, be, or embrace to be a Christian? What has been your experience with these things? What person, historical or living, best represents a genuine Christian in your estimation? Or what person or experience has discouraged you from being a Christian? Describe this person or event. What impact has she or he had on your thinking and way of life? Post a full paragraph initial response of 100 words
( Theme Analysis Paper ) Focus on the following short stories: * These 4 stories are in the PDF attachment that I uploaded for you. 1- Luda and Milena by Lara Vapnyar 2- The Magic Barrel by Bernard Malamud 3- What Means Switch by Gish Jen 4- He Had Dreamed of Returning by Pauline Kaldas According to Inside Out, Outside In, theme is the “central idea or ideas of a literary work regarding universal human behavior or the human condition. Authors reveal themes through the actions of the characters as they respond to situations” (309). Write a 1000-1200 word essay using formal essay structure that suitably analyzes and answers the prompt below. Your essay must have an introduction, well-developed body paragraphs, and a conclusion. Your introduction should include a hook and a clear thesis statement. Support your ideas with specific text evidence and be careful not to generalize. Remember to focus each paragraph on one point that contributes to the thesis. Prompt: Make a connection between the stories listed above by finding one theme statement that can be applied to two or more of the stories. In your essay, discuss how that theme is illustrated in each story. Find the similarities and differences in how the authors illustrate that theme. You can organize your essay in whatever way is most logical for you. First publish – Does not need an introduction ¶. – Does not need a conclusion ¶. – Must have a thesis statement and must show that you have started working on the body ¶s. – Does not need a Works Cited. First publish due by Sunday 10/2 11:59 pm.
Consider your work environment, domain of interest, or the world around you, and discuss when it might be more appropriate to use the mean, median, or mode for measures of central tendency.
Your journal entry must be at least 200 words in length. No references or citations are necessary.
The ability to communicate a message through writing is essential in any career. Effective writing shapes and informs the opinions of its readers. The writing process can be intimidating; however, the more you work with it, the more comfortable the process becomes.
For this project, you will build upon the outline of the essay you have developed while incorporating your instructor’s feedback. Use the prompt questions below to help you develop your publish. In addition, you will pull out quotes and paraphrases from your selected reading and write summaries that you will use to support your analysis.
When you are done responding to the prompts below, you will have the first publish of your critical analysis essay. In the following module, you will complete a revision activity to further improve this publish.
Specifically, you must address the following rubric criteria:
The introduction of your essay is where readers will learn what your essay is about. Do not give all your information away here. Instead, give readers a sample of what is to come and what you will be supporting with evidence in the body of the essay. Do not forget to review your outline to make sure you briefly cover all of the key points you identified. If your claim and key points have changed since then, it is okay! For your new ideas, seek feedback from your instructor or writing resources available through SNHU.
Provide an overview of the work you have analyzed, briefly describing the main points and your reaction to the author’s claim.
Compose a thesis that you will support with evidence throughout the essay. This statement will give direction to your essay and should be well thought out.
The body is your opportunity to support your evaluation of the author’s argument. Ensure that your thoughts and evidence are clear and easy to read and understand.
Be sure to write organized paragraphs that clearly state their main idea and move logically from one to the other.
Your body paragraphs should support your thesis by combining thoughts and ideas with evidence or key points from the selected reading. There is no such thing as a right or wrong evaluation; the key is how well your analysis is supported and the quality of the evidence used.
Think of the conclusion paragraph as a review of your analysis. Use this section to restate your evaluation and remind readers of your supporting evidence. Think of this paragraph as your last chance to prove your point.
Briefly summarize the main points that helped form your analysis. This section should consist of a brief review of your main ideas.
Draw conclusions based on your evidence.
Use evidence that you have found to wrap up the essay in a meaningful way that relates to your audience.
Guidelines for Submission
Your analysis essay must be 3–4 pages (plus references) and must be written in MLA or APA format. Use double spacing, 12-point Times New Roman font, and one-inch margins.
Module Five Assignment Rubric
Criteria Proficient (100%) Needs Improvement (75%) Not Evident (0%) Value
Introduction: Overview Provides an overview of the work being analyzed Shows progress toward proficiency, but with errors or omissions; areas for improvement may include greater clarity in providing an overview of the work being analyzed Does not attempt criterion 15
Introduction: Thesis Composes a thesis that covers the analysis that will be developed throughout the essay Shows progress toward proficiency, but with errors or omissions; areas for improvement may include greater clarity and relevance in the thesis statement Does not attempt criterion 15
Body: Main Idea Writes multiple paragraphs that are focused, clearly state their intent, and build the analysis Shows progress toward proficiency, but with errors or omissions; areas for improvement may include building accurately on the analysis for the writing of the paragraphs Does not attempt criterion 15
Body: Support Thesis Body paragraphs support the thesis by combining thoughts and ideas with evidence Shows progress toward proficiency, but with errors or omissions; areas for improvement may include combining thoughts and ideas with evidence Does not attempt criterion 15
Conclusion: Summarize Summarizes the main ideas that helped form analysis Shows progress toward proficiency, but with errors or omissions; areas for improvement may include greater alignment of the key supporting points to the evaluation Does not attempt criterion 15
Conclusion: Evidence Draws conclusions based on evidence to close the essay in a meaningful way that relates to the audience Shows progress toward proficiency, but with errors or omissions; areas for improvement may include concisely connecting findings to the audience Does not attempt criterion 15
Articulation of Response Clearly conveys meaning with grammatical choices, sentence structure, and spelling that demonstrate an understanding of audience and purpose Shows progress toward proficiency, but with inconsistencies in grammatical conventions, sentence structure, and spelling, negatively impacting readability The submission has critical inconsistencies in grammatical conventions, sentence structure, and spelling, preventing understanding of ideas 10
Total: I am working on my publish phase and need the whole paper written.
As we turn our attention from the Remembered Event/Personal Narrative Essay to the Profile Essay, examine the lecture on the Art of the Profile and the guidelines for the Profile essay and choose one of the profile essays in week 4 and write a critique of the essay: how does it fit the definition of a profile essay, how is it organized, and how and why is it an effective profile essay (150 word minimum). For your second post, respond to at least one other student’s posts (75 word minimum). For your third post, offer your five key principles for an effective profile essay, citing at least one example from the model essays to support each principle (100 word minimum).
Which aspects of research methods did you find most applicable to your life? Name one or two issues that you would be interested in studying using research methods.
Your journal entry must be at least 200 words in length. No references or citations are necessary.