Step 7 final

Step 7 final.

Hello can you please look at step 7 which its a sample, and it has different subject than mine since its a sample, then look at my document that is missing slides at the end that needs to be added and just take a look at everything just to make sure its good. Plus if you can look at it just to make sure everything is good. Thanks
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This is English course, need 800 words, 5 paragraph essay. Outline should be as attached.
We need to choose 1 question from the provided.
There are sources that you must use provided in the sources.pdf.

The format should be MLA. (Author, Page Number) in-text citations.
plagiarism results should be under 3%.
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Step 7 final English Assignment Help This is English course, need 800 words, 5 paragraph essay. Outline should be as attached.
We need to choose 1 question from the provided.
There are sources that you must use provided in the sources.pdf.

The format should be MLA. (Author, Page Number) in-text citations.
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Annotated Bibliography

For each annotation (150 words each, four sources)(1) Write the MLA formatted citation at the top. This can be found on the database itself — look for the button that says “Cite this source.” Underneath this, write a paragraph that achieves the following? (2) Summarize the main points of the article. (3) Discuss how this article helps you with your goals for this essay. What did you learn? How you will use this article in your paper?
SAMPLE ANNOTATION:
Battle, Ken. “Child Poverty: The Evolution and Impact of Child Benefits.” A Question of Commitment: Children’s Rights in Canada. Ed. Katherine Covell and R.Brian Howe. Waterloo, ON: Wilfrid Laurier University Press. 2007. 21-44.
Ken Battle draws on a close study of government documents, as well as his own research as an extensively-published policy analyst, to explain Canadian child benefit programs. He outlines some fundamental assumptions supporting the belief that all society members should contribute to the upbringing of children. His comparison of child poverty rates in a number of countries is a useful wake-up to anyone assuming Canadian society is doing a good job of protecting children. Battle pays particular attention to the National Child Benefit (NCB), arguing that it did not deserve to be criticized by politicians and journalists. He outlines the NCB’s development, costs, and benefits, and laments that the Conservative government scaled it back in favour of the inferior Universal Child Care Benefit (UCCB). However, he relies too heavily on his own work; he is the sole or primary author of almost half the sources in his bibliography. He could make this work stronger by drawing from others’ perspectives and analyses. However, Battle does offer a valuable source for this essay, because the chapter provides a concise overview of government-funded assistance currently available to parents. This offers context for analyzing the scope and financial reality of child poverty in Canada.
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Step 7 final

English Question

English Question.

WILL PROVIDE ALL INFO, ARTICLES, VIDEOS: For your fourth essay, write an essay of approximately 1500 words in which you discuss how the Black experience has changed over the years. You will want to describe what Blacks experience today and certainly can include the events that have occurred over the last year or so and what these events have signified. You must include what the Black experience was in the past based upon the above four readings for the course including the videos of the biographies of Alice Walker and Ralph Ellison that were made available in previous modules. You can also, if you wish, include information from the videos of Booker T. Washington and W. E. B. Du Bois that you previously viewed.

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Pick the work of literature that we have covered this semester (anything on the syllabus including films) and in an informative argumentative paper incorporating at least 5 scholarly sources (from library databases including journals, articles and books- ABSOLUTELY no Wikipedia entries can be cited in the paper- you will lose a whole letter grade for not following this instruction), explain to your reader why this work of literature is important to the study of literature. Explain why you believe the work is relevant to most college students and what lessons can be learned from said work of literature. What tactics do you think teachers/professors can apply to make the lesson resound with students so that they will still remember the lesson years later?
An example would be:
David Lynch’s The Elephant Man grapples with many difficult concepts about life but especially bullying and depictions of normalcy. This text can be utilized very effectively in New York public schools, where bullying is an epidemic and can empower students to not be ashamed of whatever visible or invisible disadvantages they have that makes them different from the rest of the world.
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Links for Jamaica Kincaid and Adichie
https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/1978/06/26/girl

OPTIONAL: https://www.athenscsd.org/userfiles/37/Classes/970… — features similar themes to “Girl” but since the author has run into some controversy later, I am no longer comfortable teaching her work sadly. It is a good story and you can read it if you want and even write about it, but it will not be a requirement for the class.
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English Question English Assignment Help Rough draft due on November 27th. The final is due on December 3rd
Essay 4 is a research essay and is the capstone assignment of the class. You should showcase your mastery of the class’s content. For this essay that ends at least on the fifth page (excluding the works cited page), choose any debatable topic that you are passionate about. This research essay must be argumentative, not merely informational, historical, or biographical. For example, don’t write about a president’s life and how he rose to power; instead, write about how one of that president’s policies had a positive or negative effect. In addition to being more than informational, etc., when you choose a topic, focus on one aspect of that topic. For example, an essay that claims that texting while driving is bad would not be a good essay because the topic is too general. The essay should argue about one aspect of the texting while driving debate, such as voice-to-text technology. Once you narrow your topic, take a clear stance on the issue. This will be your thesis. For example, your thesis could be “If more people used voice-to-text technology, the number of texting while driving fatalities would diminish.” Remember that although this is a research essay do not let your sources overpower your voice. This essay should not be a series of quotations; instead, you should use quotations sparingly, about one or two sentence-long quotations per body paragraph, to support your discussion of the topic. This is a formal essay, so avoid contractions, casual language, and first and second person. Also, if you do not adhere to the rules of citation and documentation, your essay could be considered plagiarized.
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i choose The Metamorphosis by Franz KafkaW
The overall goal for this project is for you to explain why the story of your choosing speaks to themes that we have talked about in class.
Start with an opening paragraph stating why you chose to write about this story- what themes do you think the story effectively touches upon?
In the first paragraph, answer the following question: Do you think that the story you chose would have worked as a novel, play, film or do you think the short story format is the only fitting choice for the story to be told properly?
In the second paragraph, talk about which techniques you feel the author employs most effectively to pique readers’ attention and to keep the flow and momentum of the story going so that both the reader doesn’t lose interest and so that the story can be wrapped up pretty nicely.
Finally, in a third paragraph, what symbols/motifs/etc. stand out to you the most and do you think the story hinges on the importance of these symbols/motifs/etc. Why or why not? Can you relate any of these things to elements of the other literature we have read this semester?
Finish with a conclusion reiterating why you think this story is worthy of study and analysis in a class such as ours.

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The assignment is to revise one of your first two papers (either short story or poetry paper) into a research paper which develops your thesis and incorporates secondary material using MLA Citation.
Primary material: the actual story or poem under discussion.
Secondary material: what a scholar in a peer-reviewed article in a scholarly journal or a scholarly book has written about the primary material under discussion. What Secondary material is not: Wikipedia, Shmoop, Cliffnotes.com.
“Daddy” and biographical criticism
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Craft of Writing: Making Your Audience Care

Please read the chapter, “So What? Who Cares? Saying Why It Matters” from the book They Say I Say: The Moves That Matter in Academic Writing (4th edition) by Gerald Graff and Cathy Birkenstein.

Annotate the hard copy as you read.

Make a list of the main points.

Submit:
your list (reflecting your careful reading of the text)

a screenshot of your annotation of the tex

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English Question English Assignment Help !!!!!!Please only help if you can access to jstor to open my citations.!!!!
I already wrote the first part. Here is the link: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1yEDVO5wbGTPGVBiRtsu7FSNmL_hcood2UMYIewMIQ1M/edit
My topic is Which is more important: Talent or Hardwork?
I put the citations at the end, you will need to use those sources to write the essay.
You have 1800 words to write, it doesnt have to be perfect it is just a draft.
Dont forget first genre, research, then last genre.

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Please only help if you can access to jstor to open my citations.
I already wrote the first part. Here is the link: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1yEDVO5wbGTPGVBiRtsu7FSNmL_hcood2UMYIewMIQ1M/edit
My topic is Which is more important: Talent or Hardwork?
I put the citations at the end, you will need to use those sources to write the essay.
You have 1800 words to write, it doesnt have to be perfect it is just a draft.
Dont forget first genre, research, then last genre.

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Discussion: Can Androids Have a Mind?

Discussion: Can Androids Have a Mind?.

Discussion: Can Androids Have a Mind?No unread replies.No replies.
Objectives:
Learn to express your ideas clearly and concisely in writing.
Practice critical thinking by applying philosophical theories
Demonstrate knowledge of key concepts and arguments in Philosophy of Mind
Become aware of diverse viewpoints through discussion with classmates.
Topic:
The last couple weeks, you have thought about theories in Philosophy of Mind (dualism, mind/body identity theory, behaviorism, or functionalism) and what these theories would say about whether sophisticated androids can have minds. This is your chance to give your own argument, and discuss with your classmates. It helps to use details such as referring to books, movies or television shows to explore this question. Some suggestions would be Ex Machina, I Robot, Chappie, Terminator, Short Circuit, etc. An excellent example would be Lt. Commander Data from Star Trek the Next Generation. For more information, see Can Androids have Minds?
Assignment Instructions:
Write a few paragraphs supporting your argument for why an artificially intelligent android could or could not be considered to have a “mind.” About 500 to 600 words will be sufficient.
1. Very briefly summarize the most important details of your sci-fi example.
2. Give your own argument for why an android COULD or COULD NOT be considered to have a “mind.” Give details. What kinds of criteria must an android meet to be considered to have thoughts, beliefs, desires, emotions, etc?
3. Use a theory in Philosophy of Mind to support your argument. It may be that more than one theory would support your position (Dualism, Behaviorism, Mind-Brain Identity Theory, and Functionalism).

Reply to two classmates’ posts.
This is our last discussion, which assumes you have mastered all the skills you have practiced throughout the semester: Structure, signposting, citation, bibliography, using quotes, sufficient explanation of theories, detailed support for your own arguments.
Make sure you cite any quotations or paraphrases in your post. Explain what quotations mean in your own words. You must cite whenever you summarize other’s theories. Cite as (author, year, page number). Use required resources only to explain philosophy of mind theories. Do not use the internet.
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CAREER RESEARCH PAPER
Format: 3 pages, double-spaced, typed, #12 font Content:
For the Career Research Paper, choose a career that interests you or one suggested by the career assessments done in the class. Answer these possible questions:
Describe the career. What are the typical job duties? Why are you interested in this career?
Are certain personality types and skills desired and/or required? How does your personality type match this career or not? Go back to your AchieveWorks Assessments. Click on this Video (Links to an external site.) on finding your assessment results.
What are some advantages and disadvantages of working in this career? What type of environment will you be working in?
What is a typical day, week, month, year? What is the salary or pay? Part time? Full time?
What is the job outlook? Is there a demand or not in this field? How difficult or not difficult is it to gain employment in this career?
What are the educational requirements? Licenses?
What are related majors or majors needed for this career?
What are related occupations for this career? Research other occupations similar that may be of interest.
What are the growth opportunities?
What interesting facts did you discover?
Extra: Find a job advertisement on this career and paste it on a piece of paper or download it from a website (extra)
To research your career, use at least 4 sources of information:
Websites, Texts, E-books, Articles (databases at the library)
Informational Interview: It is encouraged you use an interview with a person in your career of interest. Go back to the Informational Interview Assignment.
Assessments you did in CollegeScope. Click on any chapter and view your results in your portfolio that includes AchieveWorks Assessments (Personality, Multiple Intelligences, Learning, Skills). Click on this Video (Links to an external site.) on finding your assessment results.
O*Net Online (Links to an external site.) (go back to your library research_
Occupational Outlook Handbook (Links to an external site.)
Outlook Quarterly and Career Outlook Publications (Links to an external site.)
Include a “Works Cited” listing of the sources you used. Get help form the library if you need help with your “Works Cited” format. Go back to the Library Discussion where you learned how to cite sources. For computer sources, list the Web address and date accessed. Remember to ask a Librarian for help. There is also an online librarian.
Visit the Career Center (Links to an external site.) to get help researching.
Sample Career Research Papers
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answer questions about Angie Cruz’s Soledad and Assata Shakers Book

Discussion: Can Androids Have a Mind? English Assignment Help Answer questions in parafraph form
Angie Cruz’s Soledad
What do the different urban spaces in the book (the East Village) and (Washington Heights) represent to Soledad?
What are Soledad’s feelings toward her family and the neighborhood and how do they change? (Spoiler: they do)
Think about what changes we see in Soledad’s relationship with her family–especially her mother. Has it changed and how? Highlight/underline key passages in the book that show this and mark the page numbers in your notebook
Think about how Soledad feels about Washington Heights, her culture, and the Dominican Republic at the end of the book. Has that changed and how? Again, marks key passages
What tensions are there between old school Dominican culture and the different strands of US culture?
Read the last few pages of the conclusion slowly and carefully. What happens?
Assata
Assata’s poems: What do they add to the narrative? What insight do they give you about Assata’s inner thoughts?
What spaces/ neighborhoods does she move through? Note them and how each of them either shapes the story and what it means to Assata.
Keep track of major themes that emerge in the story as you read. It’s a good idea to mark examples of them in the text and make a small note in your notebook.

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InstructionsSubmit your final draft here. Be sure to check the directions to make sure your essay meets the required length, is in MLA format, has been carefully proofread, and is in 3rd person point of view. No more than 15% of your paper can be quoted material.
There are other requirements. See the directions.
Drafts that are uploaded as .pages, .pdf, or other formats than Word will not be graded. Please double-check your submission. See the How to Improve Your Grade on the Final Essay link in Brightspace this week.
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Research AH

Research AH.

CAREER RESEARCH PAPER
Format: 3 pages, double-spaced, typed, #12 font Content:
For the Career Research Paper, choose a career that interests you or one suggested by the career assessments done in the class. Answer these possible questions:
Describe the career. What are the typical job duties? Why are you interested in this career?
Are certain personality types and skills desired and/or required? How does your personality type match this career or not? Go back to your AchieveWorks Assessments. Click on this Video (Links to an external site.) on finding your assessment results.
What are some advantages and disadvantages of working in this career? What type of environment will you be working in?
What is a typical day, week, month, year? What is the salary or pay? Part time? Full time?
What is the job outlook? Is there a demand or not in this field? How difficult or not difficult is it to gain employment in this career?
What are the educational requirements? Licenses?
What are related majors or majors needed for this career?
What are related occupations for this career? Research other occupations similar that may be of interest.
What are the growth opportunities?
What interesting facts did you discover?
Extra: Find a job advertisement on this career and paste it on a piece of paper or download it from a website (extra)
To research your career, use at least 4 sources of information:
Websites, Texts, E-books, Articles (databases at the library)
Informational Interview: It is encouraged you use an interview with a person in your career of interest. Go back to the Informational Interview Assignment.
Assessments you did in CollegeScope. Click on any chapter and view your results in your portfolio that includes AchieveWorks Assessments (Personality, Multiple Intelligences, Learning, Skills). Click on this Video (Links to an external site.) on finding your assessment results.
O*Net Online (Links to an external site.) (go back to your library research_
Occupational Outlook Handbook (Links to an external site.)
Outlook Quarterly and Career Outlook Publications (Links to an external site.)
Include a “Works Cited” listing of the sources you used. Get help form the library if you need help with your “Works Cited” format. Go back to the Library Discussion where you learned how to cite sources. For computer sources, list the Web address and date accessed. Remember to ask a Librarian for help. There is also an online librarian.
Visit the Career Center (Links to an external site.) to get help researching.
Sample Career Research Papers
Marketing Manager
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prompt: Please describe how you have prepared for your intended major, including your readiness to succeed in your upper-division courses once you enroll at the university. (250-350 words)
Please only bid if you are a really good writer (storyteller) and have some type of business sense because I am a business major.
I already have my outline and Ill send it to you once accepted. Thank you!

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Is talking about Race not allowed?

Research AH English Assignment Help Frist of all – check this out.
Here is an article from Ramona, CA – where I used to teach as a HS science teacher 20 years ago. (Links to an external site.)
The argument from the school district is that we should be teaching how awesome America is – rather than digging up all of the the ugly stories from the past.
If you have not watched this video yet – The danger of the single story (Links to an external site.)- watch it now!
Why do we need to study the good and the bad of history?
Should we talk about taking the land away from the natives who lived here – or talk about them suffering on reservations?
Chimamanda Adichie talks about HOW the story is told – and how that shapes the thoughts of the people who are hearing the story.
What do you think?
Here is a quote from Snoop Dog about it. (Links to an external site.)
This is a challenging topic – SO use the course language to explain your opinion – you have to have vocabulary from the chapter to get full credit!! AND respond to another post WITH VOCABULARY – to back up what you are thinking.

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reflection on lesson plan

please according to the lesson plan and following the below question to write 400 words reflection.
Question: How did you identify and support language demands associated with the key content learning activity? (Note: This question asks you to explain how you identify the language demands related to the key content activity. For example, if you are teaching a mathematics lesson on “place value” to 2nd graders, maybe the term “place” is one language demand that you need to explain to students. If you are asking students to write a science experiment report, you would need to teach this “register” of science writing. What kind of instructional supports or scaffoldings are you providing for your students so that they can learn to write this report? )
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P3 first draft

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PROJECT 3
The final project asks students to reflect on the research process, their own learning, and where they can take the skills and ideas from this class in the future. The guiding question for Project 3 are “How is researched information presented in a discipline, what concepts of writing are important for writers to consider?”
In Project Three, you will explore these questions: “How is researched information presented in a discipline, what concepts of writing are important for writers to consider, and
WHAT YOU’LL BE DOING
writing a prompted Reflection Essay of 3-5 pages minimum, connecting the research and writing knowledge you’ve developed through all the Projects over the semester, reflecting on how that writing knowledge might be used in future.
locating additional sources or examples of writing in your major (my major is Computer Science) or discipline that show how researched information is presented in that discipline (sources from P1 and P2 can be used if appropriate)
analyzing those sources by identifying the writing concepts that might be evident in them, or informed by them
reflecting on your knowledge about writing and your thinking about what is important to consider when approaching any writing situation
In Project Three, students move from conducting and presenting research to reflecting on how research is presented in publications of their academic major or discipline (or one they are considering), using the knowledge and practices they developed in the previous projects, and applying concepts learned in the course in analyzing it – what are the genres of writing in which research is featured, how is it cited in academic and non-academic contexts, how is it presented, considered, and analyzed in a particular discipline.
Students might explore scholarly works, key publications, professional outreach, and/or subject matter communication to understand how researched information is shared in their discipline. They will analyze what a writer in that discipline/career space might need to understand in order to engage in the writing of that discipline successfully. This will help students understand their discipline further, prepare for their continued learning as a writer in that discipline, and develop knowledge about the real-world applications of the writing they’ve started to learn about in 1102. This will also help students begin to develop awareness of primary sources and rhetorical moves used in their chosen field.
The knowledge we gather from research, as you did in P2, has a place in the world of information. There are more sources now than ever, and more reason than ever to understand how information relates to other information, how it works differently in various contexts and genres and for different audiences and is used in the world for various purposes. The old saying, “knowledge is power” holds – the more we know and understand the more power we have in a situation, or to understand something, or to achieve our goals. In order to understand what is being communicated, we must consider key concepts about writing and develop our knowledge about how to strategize writing in various situations.
here is a sample of my P1 and p2
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The essay will be written in MLA format, Times New Roman,

The essay will be written in MLA format, Times New Roman, size 12 font, with a works cited page. NO EXCEPTIONS. If your essay is not in the above format, the highest grade you will receive is seventy-five (75) percent. The word count for the research paper is 1500-2000 words. If the word count is below 1500 words, the highest grade you will receive will be fifty (50) percent, for I will consider the essay incomplete. The assignment will be written in academic language. This means that the use of first and second pronouns is forbidden. Furthermore, all contractions need to be spelled out. Your research paper must have works cited page to be considered complete. Without the works cited page, the highest grade you will receive will be fifty (50) percent, and you will not pass the class. The works cited page is different than the annotated bibliography which is due the day after your research paper. This is a course requirement. Furthermore, all sources listed on the works cited page must be referenced in the essay, and vice-versa. Your topic will be education-related, or about your career choice. Please let me if you cannot come up with a topic on your own. I will not accept any other topics unless we have talked about them. If you write on a topic without letting me know, your essay will not be graded, and you will not pass the class. You must have posted your topic on the research topic discussion board, or your paper will not be accepted. You must have three sources. One must be a physical book (your textbook counts as a book) or an eBook, and the other two must be an article from the library database. You may have more than three sources. I must warn you though, be careful with the number of quotes because having too many will drown out your own voice and can be considered plagiarism. The best suggestion I have for you is to use one quote from the assigned number of sources. Topics off Limits: Marijuana (this is different than drugs on campus topic), bullying, or anything that is considered political. If you choose a topic that is off-limits, you will receive a zero for the assignment, and that means you will not pass the class. The due date for this assignment will be November 20.[supanova_question]

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P3 first draft English Assignment Help

This paper will be an 8-10 page argument paper utilizing sources. You are to do it in APA style document and citation style. You can choose from one of the topics I posted on the list on Moodle or you can choose to cover a topic from one of the summaries we have done and write an argument paper from that. Keep in mind, the 8-10 pages do not include the cover page, abstract, references page, or any addendum. You must have a minimum of five references, and no more than 10. Wikipedia is NOT an acceptable source.
Keep in mind that your paper is to present an argument, like all the other argument papers we have done so far in this class. Be sure that you are breaking your paper into clear paragraphs, and that you are also using the Toumlin Method of Claim, Warrant, Data, Counter Claim, and Rebuttal. Refer to Chapter 3 in the text Let’s Get Writing for an explanation of this method as well as Successful College Writing chapter 20 “Writing Arguments”
Be sure to have internal quotations and citations in your paper, a minimum of seven, and that you keep consistent with the citation format–APA.
This paper will include a cover page and an abstract as the front matter and a reference page as the back matter of your paper.
Keep in mind, this paper is worth 60 percent of your grade combined. If this paper is not submitted, you will fail the class.
Here are the deadlines for the paper: (May be subject to change).
Week 1: Choose a topic. Write a 400 word “brainstorm” argument essay in class (like an exit exam) in order to come up with an argument and organizing structure for your paper. After you write this essay, start to do research to back up your opinion and add quotes and sources.
Week 2: In class writing/research session; I will be meeting with students individually to be sure you are on the right track
Library session (Schedule with librarian)
Week 3: Have a full draft of your paper finished. Write your abstract. Proofread with a classmate and your professor–rewrite and revise
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Summarize the last two sub-topics of Chapter 4 on pages 141-151.

Summarize the last two sub-topics of Chapter 4 on pages 141-151. Do so in approximately one paragraph of 8-10 sentences. Choose one idea from these sections with which you disagree. Explain your disagreement, and then provide a reasoned response regarding how you might create a different response that would be better than the one provided.[supanova_question]

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Imagine that you are the host of a podcast. The main

Imagine that you are the host of a podcast. The main focus and style, including purpose and intended audience, of your podcast are totally of your own intentional choosing. For this journal you are first briefly explaining (3 sentences) these details about your podcast – give it a name!

1619 Project must be included!!!

Second (the main part of the journal), please create a meaningful conversation (up to 1.5 pages) of exchange between you, the podcast host, and Nikole Hannah-Jones, the creator of The 1619 Project. Which of the many aspects of GOOD TROUBLE does Hannah-Jones’ history most effectively or provocatively incite? Which ones would you like a listener of your podcast to learn about in this interview? Very likely, as host, you will be carefully constructing the questions you’d like to ask Hannah-Jones, but you might also offer her some provocative ideas of your own to invite her to engage with your views. Show a coherency – how the questions and responses are connected to a larger agenda you have for your podcast in general and this one, specifically. See below to get you started on these specifics.

This writing exercise asks that you bring Hannah-Jones to life – to think about her as a live human conscience and consciousness. What rhetorical choices of H-J would you like her to discuss in your podcast episode? What aspects of her research and its documentation would you like to learn more about to share with your audience? What aspects of her scholarship as a female Black journalist would you enjoy discussing with her? What details of her storytelling (content and podcast choices) would you like H-J to discuss? Compose your questions so that her answers are not “yes” and “no” but grant her room to explore her intended meaning, choices, and idealized effects/purpose. Be sure you’ve selected a very specific audience so that your questions as well as the language choices reflect your intent to connect with this audience in meaningful and memorable ways.

You do NOT need to cite or document sources for this journal, but at the end, please be sure to write this:

This imagined podcast is inspired by The 1619 Podcast and transcriipt, created by Nikole Hannah-Jones in [provide date]. It might be accessed – [provide the link]).

Give this episode of your podcast a title as well as indicate an appropriate date. If you like, indicate the music or other auditory effects that begin and end your podcast. Give careful thought to each line of dialogue, including the last line in which perhaps you indicate how you will extend this conversation into a second episode OR who might be joining Hannah-Jones on your next episode.

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I just need a re write for my second paragraph(first body paragraph). This paragraph needs to be a counter argument. I attached the entire paper so you have reference of the topic. This is the feedback I received from my professor.

This isn’t quite structured the way I’d like the counterargument to be structured.
1st part: show me the view that you disagree with. Maybe this view, that there is a rise in interracial couples, is a view that’s opposed to yours, but I can’t tell. The support for that view also isn’t clear. The support says people support interracial marriage. Couples and marriage aren’t the same, and supporting interracial unions and doing it (marrying) aren’t the same. I’d love support that shows there are more interracial marriages now than there were then or for you to compare apples (increase in support) to apples, not apples (increase in support) to oranges (increase in number of marriages). The end of the paragraph has to summarize the issue and what you agree with.[supanova_question]

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New Clothes” (1837) by the Danish author H.C. Andersen

Write a well-structured two paragraph reply to the following question:

Define and comment on the theme and the protagonist of “The Emperor’s New Clothes” (1837) by the Danish author H.C. Andersen.

The two paragraph have to be connected and transition has to be smooth from one idea to the other.

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Compare and/or contrast your life as it is today with your

Compare and/or contrast your life as it is today with your life 2 (or 5) years ago, or compare and/or contrast your family life as it is today with your family life 2 (or 5) years ago. Think of the purpose of this comparison/contrast and formulate a clearly defined thesis statement for this paper. Decide on points of comparison/contrast between NOW and THEN and make sure these points are consistent for both. A well-written interesting comparison paper for this topic would go in-depth and not dwell on the obvious.[supanova_question]

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Division Type Essay Essay

Choose a film you have seen recently, and list all the elements you consider significant: plot,
direction, acting, special effects, and so on. Then, further subdivide each category (for instance, listing each of the major special effects). Using this list as an outline, write a review of the film. The film’s purpose is to review it and tell the reader whether or not it was successful, funny, entertaining, etc. The classification part is how you organize the categories that make up the film. For example, you can write about how the direction, acting, and special effects made your favorite movie successful. Or you can take the categories further and explain how there are three types of actors that make a successful movie. Or three types of actors that can make a bad movie, etc.[supanova_question]

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Letter of Interest Business Communication Sample A position has just opened

Letter of Interest
Business Communication Sample

A position has just opened in another department at the company where you work. While you have a lot of experience in your current job, the new position would require you to learn about new products and procedures. Write a letter to the hiring manager at your company expressing your interest in the new position, relating your accomplishments in your current position, and describing how your skills will help you succeed in the new position.

Develop a response that includes examples and evidence to support your ideas, and which clearly communicates the required message to your audience. Organize your response in a clear and logical manner as appropriate for the genre of writing. Use well-structured sentences, audience-appropriate language, and correct conventions of standard American English. Please review the Writing Sample Rubric for guidance, the sample must earn/rate at least a 3 out of 6. Submit the writing sample via the Writing Sample Dropbox.

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paintings vs sculptures Essay

Needs a solid thesis statement. should sound simple but mature with metaphors spaced throughout. It’s not that deep thats why im commissioning from a website at 2 am so don’t over think it. And if you could definitely talk about the physical work of a sculpture compared to the more of an advanced emotional expression in painting that would be perfect.[supanova_question]

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Read through the artifact and using the ideas of Ideological Criticism

Read through the artifact and using the ideas of Ideological Criticism articulate the ideology of the 1619 Project. It is clearly about race in America and American History but that isn’t really an ideology.

In our current historical moment the encoding of ideology into rhetoric is central to understanding a lot of our current discourse. When we look at police brutality, trans rights, free speech and 2nd amendment discussions all of those are about ideology even though the people making those arguments aren’t codifying their ideologies. it is the role of a rhetorical critic then to unpack what is being said and tease out the relationships and assumptions suggested, implied or outright claimed by the author into a visible ideology. Sometimes these will help the cause really crystalize around a clearer set of ideas or expose gaps in an ideology. Both of those are acceptable for a critic.[supanova_question]

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P3 first draft

Soundtrack Friday November 19 For this assignment, you will compile a

Soundtrack Friday November 19 For this assignment, you will compile a.

Soundtrack
Friday November 19
For this assignment, you will compile a soundtrack for one of the suggested
stories below. You must find a minimum of two songs, the lyrical content
of which reflects something in the story’s characters, conflict, or theme. You
must cite the story and both songs in MLA format. It must be a minimum of
3 pages long, maximum of 4 pages.
Stories to select from:
• Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been
• A Good Man Is Hard to Find
• This is What It Means to Say Phoenix, Arizona
• Greasy Lake
Avoid including songs that might be referenced in a story. Also avoid
choosing songs based on the sound of the music. For example, Beethoven’s
“Moonlight Sonata” may be an appropriately moody piece, but it has no
lyrics to relate to the story.
Suggestions:
Where are you going: “Already Over”, Red; “Stupid Girl”, Garbage
Phoenix: “Karma”, Sevendust; “Brothers in Arms”, Young Guns
Good Man: “Good Man”, Devour the Day; “Holy”, Pvris
Greasy Lake: “Livin’ After Midnight”, Judas Priest; “Learn My Lesson”, Young
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Annotated Bibliography

Topic: The purpose of an annotated bibliography is to summarize and critically
evaluate source material. For your research, you can choose a topic of your own choice, and you will create an
annotated bibliography that considers sources from various mediums.
Your
bibliography must include five sources: Book, Website, NC Live
Scholarly
Journal, Newspaper, another Article Source
Format Must be typed and double spaced. Each entry will include the following:
• correctly formatted MLA citation
• brief summary (4-6 sentences, including main idea and supporting points)
• at least one quotation from the source. Quote should express an idea,
opinion, insight that is interesting and will help develop your argument.
• appropriate parenthetical documentation for quoted material
• critical evaluation (1-2 sentences), including such things as the argument’s
length, effectiveness, depth of information, author’s bias, tone, or technique
• evaluation of the author’s authority to speak on this particular topic, including
degrees, work experience, and other related published writing. Evaluation
of the source’s credibility if the author’s information is not available (1
sentence)
• explanation of how you might use this source in your research essay (1 sentence)
The bibliography will be arranged in alphabetical order.
examples and rubric will be provided later for additional help..
Do let me know the topic you have selected

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English Question

Soundtrack Friday November 19 For this assignment, you will compile a English Assignment Help ASSIGNMENT: Select one of the following writing prompts and draft a 3-5 page (approximately 800-1300 words) informative essay. As a part of your completed draft, complete the color coding activity described below. In addition, answer the “Think About Your Writing” questions on a separate sheet of paper and include it with your draft submission.
Note: Touchstone 3 will be a revision of the draft that you submit for Touchstone 2.2.Sample Image Analysis Essay: Prompt ASample Extended Definition Essay: Prompt B In order to foster learning and growth, all essays you submit must be newly written specifically for this course. Any recycled work will be sent back with a 0, and you will be given one attempt to redo the Touchstone.
A. Instructions
Choose one of the following prompts for your informative essay.PROMPT A: IMAGE ANALYSIS: Although we look at print advertisements every day, we often do not consider the ways in which they affect us. Visual images in ads can influence and persuade us, so it is important to evaluate them critically to understand their meanings. Good image analysis involves examination of the components of an image to gain an understanding of the whole.Select an advertisement to analyze. The advertisement you choose should be directed towards a specific audience. To identify the intended audience, think about the members of the potential audience for the advertisement that you have chosen. Who are they? Ads for a beauty product, for example, may be aimed at young girls; ads for a deodorant might target men; a diaper commercial is likely intended for new parents; ads for cruise trips might be aimed at retirees. You can use any academically-appropriate advertisement to complete this assignment, as long as its intended audience is clearly identified.Your thesis must inform the reader of your topic and purpose. Because you are writing in the informative mode, use objective language and a neutral point of view.Draft an analytical essay that examines the audience, context, and purpose of the advertising image you’ve chosen. Read the article by Jenna Pack titled “Breaking Down an Image” found in the “Model Informative Essays” tutorial for ideas about how to write an image analysis. Your analysis should lead to a conclusion about the ad’s effectiveness, based on examination of its components. Include the image with your draft.PROMPT B: EXTENDED DEFINITION: Define or redefine one of the following words:
Family
Success
Courage
Art
Beauty
In your draft, briefly explain how society, or the dictionary, defines the word you’ve selected, and then explain your unique or extended definition of the word. Provide examples and explanations to support your definition. Your thesis must inform your readers of your new definition and, because you are writing in the informative mode, you must use objective language.Draft an extended definition essay that defines or redefines a word or concept. Read the article by Dan Richards titled “Digital Ethics” found in the “Model Informative Essays” tutorial for ideas about how to write an extended definition essay.

B. Think About Your Writing
As a part of your completed draft, complete the color coding activity and include answers to all of the questions below your draft.PART 1: Color Coding ActivityUsing the color codes provided, evaluate your draft as follows:
Use red text to indicate your thesis statement.
Use green text to indicate the topic sentence of each body paragraph.
PART 2: Questions1. What is the significance of your essay? Why should readers care about what you have written? (2-3 sentences) Sophia says: Think about why you decided to analyze this particular image, or why you picked the word you chose to define. Your interest in in your subject matter should be clear to readers.
2. Which areas of your draft do you think will benefit most from revision? (2-3 sentences) Sophia says: Consider the organization, style, focus, development, and conventions of your draft. Which areas did you struggle to complete?
3. Consider the strengths and weaknesses of your writing. How can you capitalize on your strengths and improve on your weaknesses in future essays? (3-4 sentences) Sophia says: Think about what was easy about writing the draft, and what was more difficult. For example, if you write paragraphs with strong topic sentences, but repeatedly use the same type of sentence to provide supporting details, you can improve your paragraphs by varying sentence structure.
C. Informative Draft Guidelines
DIRECTIONS: Refer to the checklist below throughout the writing process. Do not submit your Touchstone until your draft meets all of the guidelines.
Essay Prompt: Image Analysis
? If you chose the image analysis prompt, have you analyzed and interpreted – and not just described – the ad’s design?? Have you made conclusions about the audience and effectiveness of the ad?? Did you include the image in your draft?? Did you complete the color-coding activity?? Is your draft 800-1300 words long?
Essay Prompt: Extended Definition
? If you chose the extended definition prompt, did you indicate how society defines the word you selected, and then explain your definition (or an extended definition) of it?? Have you included examples and explanations to support your definition?? Did you complete the color-coding activity?? Is your draft 800-1300 words long?
Working Thesis
? Have you included a clear, focused, and detailed thesis statement?? Does your thesis state the topic and purpose of your essay?? Is your thesis a single sentence, and is it located in the introductory paragraph?
Focus and Organization
? Is there an adequate number of body paragraphs, each with a clear topic sentence?? Is there a conclusion paragraph that makes a concluding statement?? Are your draft paragraphs sequenced properly?? Have you used transitions to connect ideas between sentences and paragraphs?? Can your draft be described as having a good flow?? Does your draft have a clear focus?? Are all supporting details relevant?
Style and Tone
? Is the tone of your draft unbiased and informative?? Is it clear that the purpose of your essay is to inform readers about your topic?? Have you carefully considered your word choices?
Conventions
? Have you checked your draft for grammatical errors?? Have you used Spell-Check or another method to check spelling?? Have you punctuated your draft correctly?
Before You Submit
? Have you included your name, date, and course at the top left of the page?? Have you completed the “Think About Your Writing” questions and color coding activity?? Is your draft between three and five pages long (approximately 800-1300 words)
D. Scoring
Your draft will be scored according to the Touchstone 2.2 Rubric, which considers required elements for either the analysis essay or the definition essay, the thesis statement, organization, style and tone, focus, conventions, completion of the color-coding activity and answers to the “Think About your Writing” questions above.
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annotated bibliography

OVERVIEW
As part of Paper #3, you will conduct research driven by the research question you came up with for your proposal. Conducting your research prior to planning your paper is key to producing a text that illuminates your findings and perspective, rather than confirming your biases.
INTRODUCTION
In the annotated bibliography, compile 7-12 sources that support, refute, complicate, illustrate, or extend your argument or the argument to which you are responding. Additionally, include the source you intend to respond to in the bibliography. Format the annotated bibliography as an MLA-style Works Cited page, with 2-3 sentence annotations for each entry. At least one sentence should summarize the source, and at least one sentence should explain how you intend to use it in your paper.
Remember that sources you locate via the library database are helpfully pre-formatted in the MLA Works Cited style for you.

my paper 3 topic is about Challenges facing free and fair elections

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analyze the reading

analyze the reading.

I have provided the reading, please only use that
NO USE OF OTHER OUTSIDE SOURCE
We have studied the diagram on page 23 from the paper titled The Collection of the Quran by Harald Motzki as an illustration of his method for dating the hadith on the event of the collection. Describe in detail (step by step) how Motzki dates the hadith using it’s isnad (chain of transmission) and matn(textual content). When answering this question assume your audience is someone who haven’t studied this method before. [length: 4 paragraphs]
One can appreciate the ingenuity of Motzki’s in devising the method above once it is understood. Explain in detail what compelled him to introduce this method? [length: 3 paragraphs]
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Discussion

Read the following and answer the question. Please reply to two classmates’ posts and share your thoughts and feelings with one another. You must post before seeing replies.
State the four key health behaviors that help reduce one’s risk for developing chronic disease. Then, discuss the student stats found in the chapter. How does this relate to you? What behavior can you improve? Respond to classmates sharing your barriers or successful strategies for maintaining the four health behaviors. You can also share your best practices that help you reduce your risk of chronic disease.

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the exploration of identity in Everett’s work Erasure (focusing on race and the importance of NAMING).

analyze the reading English Assignment Help please complete an 900-word MLA formated essay on the exploration of identity in Everett’s work Erasure (specifically focusing on categorization based on race and the importance of NAMING). Please make sure to QUOTE and reference the text multiple times throughout the essay!!! Here is the link to the book (https://www.123helpme.com/essay/Percival-Everetts-…).Pleaseuse parenthetical citations correctly (if there is no page number just put the chapter!)

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Comparison-Contrast Paragraph Topic: Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivation Worth: 9.5% Word Count: 250 – 300 (title

Comparison-Contrast Paragraph Topic: Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivation Worth: 9.5% Word Count: 250 – 300 (title and reference page not included) 1. Read the article “Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivations; Classic Definitions and New Directions” by Richard M. Ryan and Edward L. Deci. (will also post the pdf) 2. Watch the video “Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us” (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u6XAPnuFjJc). 3. More steps are in the picture I will post[supanova_question]

analyze the reading

Child dev

Child dev.

Several days before the deadline, please post your response to one of the following:
Recall a moral decision a teenager has made (this can be yourself, someone you know, or even one that you make up). You do NOT have to identify the actual person who made the decision. Then tie the decision to a stage of Kohlberg’s theory of moral development and/or a moral position of Gilligan’s morality of care.
Look at the special feature on pages 14-16 of Chapter 14 (pages 376-378 of the entire book) on Memory Strategies. Share an example of when you (or someone you know) used (or should have used) one of these strategies. Describe which strategy was used, how it was used, and how successful it was.
Your post should be 1-2 paragraphs long and should provide your unique perspective.
By the deadline, reply to one of your classmates’ posts. In your replies, ask a question or for clarification or provide support or an example. Be sure to loop back to your own post and answer any questions you have been asked.

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explored in the book A Thousand Splendid Suns. Your task is to create a persuasive infographic. You should include research from reliable sources and can also use the book if applicable.

Hide Assignment Information Instructions Messages today are disseminated in a variety of ways. One of the main ways people encountered information is through infographics. These are designed to give the reader facts, figures, and information in a clear and easy-to-understand format. This information is usually centred around a central idea or message that the creator wants to express. Choose a social or economic issue explored in A Thousand Splendid Suns. Your task is to create a persuasive infographic. You should include research from reliable sources and can also use the book if applicable. Possible issues to explore: – Gender inequality You should cite the sources of your information and include a Works Cited page in MLA format with your final submission.[supanova_question]

P2 Reflection

Child dev English Assignment Help Project reflections offer a chance to examine and organize what you have learned over a process of working on the project.
Reflections are a learning tool that can help us think about the rhetorical choices made in P2, as well as considering what worked or not during our writing process. Ideally, reflections prompt critical thinking that helps you understand your writing.
Prompt
The reflection is a space for you to consider the work you’ve done in the project, explain decisions you made, and write about what you learned. In a reflection of 500 words or more, discuss the process of writing for this project. You may address any part of the project in addition to focusing on these reflection prompts:
How did you find the research process? What is easier than imagined, or did you have difficulty finding what you needed? What did you enjoy most? What did you learn about approaching the task of researching that you’ll do differently next time?
Were there any ideas from the research you found difficult to support with evidence or difficult to explain? Were the sources difficult to integrate? What were the greatest challenges about using sources to support your writing in this project?
What was challenging about providing analysis of sources or insights about the significance of something? How did you approach this aspect of writing a researched essay?
Were any of the earlier assignments in the project particularly helpful to you in developing this project?
Looking at your final draft, are there any things you would do differently the next time you write a research essay? Is there any one thing in particular that you did in this assignment that you will take with you and use in future writing assignments?
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Cyber Defense Support, Resources, and Public Knowledge – Project Paper

Please be sure to read all of this assignment description carefully. It’s very detailed. It describes two separate things. However, all items will be submitted in ONE Word document. The portfolio that contains elements you have been working on throughout the course; and The final paper (problem analysis) that you will include as part of the portfolio. Let’s look at the BIG picture first, the final portfolio. What is a portfolio? A portfolio is a collection of items organized in a notebook, file, or a similar format. By collecting this information throughout a course, you can clearly see the connections among assignments as well as the progress you have made. In ENGL110, your portfolio will reflect the work you have done in a specific discipline or topic, ending with the analysis of a problem you have explored. Here are the required elements of the portfolio. The required sections are included in the template. Title Page Table of Contents Item 1 of the Portfolio – Description of Discourse Community in Your Field This is the assignment you submitted in week 2. You are to submit a final version of the description, including any changes recommended to you in the instructor’s feedback. Item 2 of the Portfolio – Annotated Bibliography for your Final Paper This is the assignment you submitted in week 4. You are to submit a final version of the annotated bibliography, including any changes recommended to you in the instructor’s feedback. Item 3 of the Portfolio – Final Paper – Analysis of a Problem This is the final problem analysis paper that is the culmination of all the work you have done in the course. Please see the complete description of the paper below. Final Paper (Problem Analysis) Assignment Instructions This analysis project requires you to tackle a problem within your field of study by first exploring it, its causes, and its impacts. Then, if you want, you can recommend one or more practical solutions to solve the problem. After deciding on the problem you wish to tackle, begin building questions about it. Your goal for the analysis is to answer the questions through your sources. Finding multiple angles and perspectives is ideal so that you explore those possibilities in the final paper before settling on your recommendation. Be sure to identify what is at stake. Here are questions to help guide your analysis: What is the problem being addressed (explain, describe, and “prove” that it exists)? Who is affected by this problem? Why does this problem exist (identify the root causes)? Why does the problem persist (identify the major factors that contribute to the problem’s ongoing presence)? What is at stake if the problem is not solved? If you decide to include a solution, use these questions to guide you: Who can take action? What should they do, exactly? Why would this help? What are the positive and negative aspects of your solution(s)? PURPOSE: To analyze a problem and possibly provide a solution AUDIENCE: Classmates, others interested in the field LENGTH: 900 – 1,000 words (Times New Roman font). Please do not go significantly under or above the word count requirement. SOURCES: 5 (five) sources from the APUS Library (These may include sources you used in previous assignments. Going under this number will cost points in grading.) FORMAT: APA Previous Work Attached[supanova_question]

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Hi! This is an Argument Essay and my topic here is about ABORTION. Please do

Hi! This is an Argument Essay and my topic here is about ABORTION. Please do.

Hi! This is an Argument Essay and my topic here is about ABORTION. Please do not forget CITATIONS and KEEP ALL THE SOURCES for REFERENCES! ALSO, please refer to the rubric to make sure that you are doing it correctly. PLEASE PLEASE. Aiming for 75-85% on this essay. Make 3-4 pages, please! THANK YOU![supanova_question]

Discussion

In Stoddart, Pinal, Latzke, and Canaday (2002), the authors proposed the notion of synergistic integration as a conceptual framework for science-language integration. Please write a post with about 300-400 words to discuss the following questions.
What does synergistic integration mean? Can you use a metaphor to represent this concept? Please explain in your own words what the authors mean by synergistic integration and why they put forward this notion? Can you connect this concept to the study that Dr. Llosa and I conducted?
In what ways is this notion connected to the other ideas of language and content integrated instruction we have covered, such as disciplinary literacy, SFL, or the language of science classrooms?
What are the implications of taking up a notion of synergistic integration in teaching content to English learners (multilingual learners)? In what ways do you think the synergistic integration would enhance both content instruction and language instruction?
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prompts below and write 2 separate FULL 10-12 sentence paragraphs answering the prompts separately. 2 full paragraphs, one for each prompt. Must include at least 2 quotes in each paragraph, taken from the literature, also included below, that prove your answer. REQUIREMENTS: ? Must answer 2 prompts ? Label the prompts ? Paper must be in MLA format

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English Question

Step 1: View the Following Videos about Transitions

Step 2: Complete the Following Activity
Copy and paste two body paragraphs from your Essay 3 rough draft in a document. Add a seamless transition from the first paragraph to the second using an idea or phrase hook. Highlight the transitional sentences in yellow.
Then, add a seamless transition from one IE to the other IE (from one of the examples to the next one). Highlight the transition in pink.
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