Compose an argumentative essay about U.S. post-omicron pandemic preparedness 2022, 1,000 words minimum in length, paragraphed, and MLA-formatted. A Essay

Compose an argumentative essay about U.S. post-omicron pandemic preparedness 2022, 1,000 words minimum in length, paragraphed, and MLA-formatted. A Essay. Compose an argumentative essay about U.S. post-omicron pandemic preparedness 2022, 1,000 words minimum in length, paragraphed, and MLA-formatted.

A title announcing the topic in some way is required. In one (only one) of the supporting paragraphs, include a brief quote (no more and no less than three (3) lines), taken from a New York Times article published this year, that deals with the subject of U.S. post-omicron pandemic preparedness 2022. One quote is required; only one quote is permitted; only a quote published this year in the required source counts as an acceptable quote. (Use an ellipsis … or brackets [ ] in the quote as needed if you omit words from the original quote for economy and conciseness or add words of your own for clarity and context.) List the required New York Times article selected by you on a Works Cited page according to MLA formatting and citation standards. The article is your only source: one source is required; only one source is permitted; only a New York Times article published this year that deals with the topic assigned for Essay 5 counts as an acceptable source.

Compose an argumentative essay about U.S. post-omicron pandemic preparedness 2022, 1,000 words minimum in length, paragraphed, and MLA-formatted. A Essay

(I have done this section already, I will send it and you can write the other two parts based Essay

(I have done this section already, I will send it and you can write the other two parts based Essay. (I have done this section already, I will send it and you can write the other two parts based off on this) Topic and Thesis Proposal: 25 Points
Due 04/25

Requirements:
* 1-2 pages
The author and the source that you will be researching must be clearly stated
You must underline your thesis
You must mention the story’s various elements and literary devices and their impact on the reader.
Assignment:
In this project, you will choose at least one piece of literature from one of the authors we have studied in this class and research the key story elements and literary devices used in these works of literature and the impact they may have on the reader.

Begin this paper by stating the author and work(s) you wish to explore. Next, provide a summary of the short story, novel, or poem and list specific literary devices that you plan to analyze. In this section, you may want to include a brief biography of the author. Next, state your thesis. Do your best to develop this proposal into a full page. Keep in mind, your thesis will go through a state of evolution throughout this project. Be that as it may, consider that the majority of this proposal could function as an introduction to your final project. What is most important at this point, however, is that you are thorough in your exploration, and your proposal flows clearly from beginning to end. A list of potential authors is below:

Earnest Hemingway

Raymond Carver

John Steinbeck

Shirley Jackson

James Baldwin

Research Report: 25 points
Due 05/06 (Please turn in 4 pages by this date, the 4 pages can be used in the final draft that is due on the 13th which should be at least 8 pages)

Requirements:
4 pages minimum
At least 5 sources properly cited in MLA format.
Sources must be cited on a works cited page.
All sources on the works cited page must be cited in the paper.

Assignment:
In this report, you will write a mini-research paper. Include at least 5 of your sources, mentioning at least the authors of the text, what’s discussed in the text, and the pages where you found this material (if possible).

In order to be successful on this portion of the project, it is essential that you have already spent some quality time researching your topic, and you have obtained some various materials from the library databases. Also, make sure your research report is organized and clearly flows. Keep in mind, that you could use the majority of this report in your final paper. You may include your topic and thesis proposal in this report, and it will count as a page. You must also include a works cited page, but that doesn’t count as one of your 4 pages.

Research Paper: 100 Points
Due 05/13

Requirements:
8-10 pages
At least 6 sources, cited on works cited page, and cited in the text of your paper
MLA format including a work cited list in alphabetical order and parenthetical documentations.
You must underline your thesis
You must quote from your primary text in every body paragraph.
All sources on the works cited list must also be directly cited within the body of the paper.

Assignment:
In this paper, you will take at least five of your secondary sources and at least one primary source and incorporate them into your paper to support your analysis. There must be a direct correlation between what you incorporate into your text and what appears in your works cited list.

(I have done this section already, I will send it and you can write the other two parts based Essay

be in the google doc free to choose. directions will also be on the google doc

be in the google doc free to choose. directions will also be on the google doc. be in the google doc free to choose. directions will also be on the google doc. https://docs.google.com/document/d/16fnHcDR1QiR26ixVU_Y6lW565wYyHVI3FxlB0ldBSnc/edit
the link provided above are three prompts that you are free to choose from. please follow the rubric which is also linked in the document ( AP Open Argumentative Essay Rubic pg 8-10). please refrain from googling sources. the link below gives examples of evidences for prompt 3.
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1h2pZCY-UytUgzlIC-2XlXwQXpeMYCvF3c77L5n7mO3Q/edit

be in the google doc free to choose. directions will also be on the google doc

be in the google doc free to choose. directions will also be on the google doc

In this task, you will select and read a novel from a popular genre—such as science fiction, romance, or

In this task, you will select and read a novel from a popular genre—such as science fiction, romance, or. In this task, you will select and read a novel from a popular genre—such as science fiction, romance, or. In this task, you will select and read a novel from a popular genre—such as science fiction, romance, or horror—that is usually not considered literature. Read and analyze the novel. You will use your analysis to argue whether or not you consider it to be a piece of literature.

First, decide whether or not you consider the novel you read to be a piece of literature. Once you have decided, you can begin to organize textual evidence to support your argument. Remember that the definition of literature is not fixed, so the success of your argument depends on how well you use textual evidence to support it.

Here are some guidelines to follow.

Choose the novel.
Decide what popular genre you want to read. You might choose your genre by how interested you are in it or by whether you feel the genre can be literary.
Select a novel that appeals to you as a reader. This will make analyzing the novel much more interesting and enjoyable.
Decide if you want to choose a well-known or a more obscure text.
Decide how you are defining literature.
How can literary devices and the elements of fiction in the text be used to determine its literary merit?
What role does characterization and theme play in determining if a work is literature?
Does the purpose for reading the text (i.e. for information, for pleasure, or for growth) affect what you consider to be literature? What role does that play in your analysis of the novel?
Does the traditional idea of what is considered to be literature play a role in your choice, and how?
What standards will you use to define literature?
You can use the following resources to help you write your essay:

elements of literature
reading a novel or short story
literary terms
writing about literature
Your essay should include these elements:

a strong argument
a clear thesis statement about your chosen subject. Your thesis statement should be debatable.
Type your analysis in the space provided.

In this task, you will select and read a novel from a popular genre—such as science fiction, romance, or

In this task, you will select and read a novel from a popular genre—such as science fiction, romance, or

writer’s choice Essay

writer’s choice Essay. writer’s choice Essay. 1. locate a critical essay on gender in Summer by Edith Wharton , and summarize its( the critical essay not the story itself) argument in 400-500 words. Your summary should isolate the writer’s main argument (thesis) and explain how they substantiate their claims. If you have enough room, you may add a brief critique of the author’s views or methodology.

2. Make sure that you are using a proper academic source (= article in a peer-review journal). MA thesis, pieces in popular journals, material from various online blogs are not legitimate sources.

3. Include a Works Cited list formatted in proper MLA style. See here:

https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/research_and_citation/mla_style/mla_formatting_and_style_guide/mla_formatting_and_style_guide.html

important- befor starting working on the summary please send the article you choose . i need to read it befor and make sure you can use it .

writer’s choice Essay

writer’s choice Essay

writer’s choice Essay

writer’s choice Essay. writer’s choice Essay. 1. locate a critical essay on gender in Summer by Edith Wharton , and summarize its( the critical essay not the story itself) argument in 400-500 words. Your summary should isolate the writer’s main argument (thesis) and explain how they substantiate their claims. If you have enough room, you may add a brief critique of the author’s views or methodology.

2. Make sure that you are using a proper academic source (= article in a peer-review journal). MA thesis, pieces in popular journals, material from various online blogs are not legitimate sources.

3. Include a Works Cited list formatted in proper MLA style. See here:

https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/research_and_citation/mla_style/mla_formatting_and_style_guide/mla_formatting_and_style_guide.html

important- befor starting working on the summary please send the article you choose . i need to read it befor and make sure you can use it .

writer’s choice Essay

writer’s choice Essay

The Notions of Identity and Anonymity in ‘Catfish’

The Notions of Identity and Anonymity in ‘Catfish’. The Notions of Identity and Anonymity in ‘Catfish’. How does the documentary film ‘Catfish’ comment on the notions of identity and anonymity?

**Please try to complete this in 2 hours. And just reference the sources, don’t directly quote or cite. This is just to get a general idea. You can paraphrase if necessary.

Write an analytical Essay (Approx 750 WORDS) related to the 2010 film Catfish (directed by Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman, and starring Yaniv Schulman, Ariel Schulman and Henry Joost).

Ensure that you support the sub-points of your thesis (the “what” of your assertions) with appropriate evidence from the film (the “how” and/or “why” of your assertions). Obviously, the evidence necessitates paraphrasing.

The Notions of Identity and Anonymity in ‘Catfish’

The Notions of Identity and Anonymity in ‘Catfish’

The Notions of Identity and Anonymity in ‘Catfish’

The Notions of Identity and Anonymity in ‘Catfish’. The Notions of Identity and Anonymity in ‘Catfish’. How does the documentary film ‘Catfish’ comment on the notions of identity and anonymity?

**Please try to complete this in 2 hours. And just reference the sources, don’t directly quote or cite. This is just to get a general idea. You can paraphrase if necessary.

Write an analytical Essay (Approx 750 WORDS) related to the 2010 film Catfish (directed by Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman, and starring Yaniv Schulman, Ariel Schulman and Henry Joost).

Ensure that you support the sub-points of your thesis (the “what” of your assertions) with appropriate evidence from the film (the “how” and/or “why” of your assertions). Obviously, the evidence necessitates paraphrasing.

The Notions of Identity and Anonymity in ‘Catfish’

The Notions of Identity and Anonymity in ‘Catfish’

English Question

English Question. English Question. Definition Essay Assignment Sheet
10% of Semester Grade
This assignment will assess the following Student Learning Outcomes and Core Objectives:
Demonstrate knowledge of individual and collaborative writing processes (ACGM).
Develop ideas with appropriate support and attribution (ACGM).
Write in a style appropriate to audience and purpose (ACGM).
Critical Thinking: Creative thinking, innovation, inquiry, and the analysis, evaluation, and synthesis of information (THECB).
Communication: Effective written, oral, and visual communication (THECB).
Assignment Requirements
Student will:
Use personal experience and research to develop a definition essay.
Write according to length and format instructions: 750 words, double spaced with 1-inch margins, and typed in 12pt. font Times New Roman, plus a Works Cited page.
Actively engage in peer-review sessions and use peers’ feedback, together with my comments to revise the essay.
Apply Edited American English.
Submit final draft in a properly formatted word document to Moodle Online by the scheduled due date.
Instructor Prompt:
A definition essay thoroughly explains a term or word. Its purpose is to work with a vague or abstract concept and offer examples and analysis that provide a clear, concise, and complete concept to the readers. The writer must not only explain the definition, but they must also defend their definition with evidence and analysis.
Choose may choose of the following topics:
American Dream
Home
Wealth
American
Immigrant
Freedom
Hope

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English Question

English Question

11th grade English

11th grade English. 11th grade English. It’s 8 very short stories and after each story there are questions about the story. Or a short write up about a quote that is given. I’ll up load as much as I can. What I can’t upload I’ll add it afterwards. Pages 18,19 and 20 are missing because that’s the pages for the writing on the quote that’s on page 17

11th grade English

11th grade English