Description: Choose one of these eight pathway-related scenarios, and write an essay in which you compare and/or contrast (i.e., pointing out similarities and/or differences). Then make a recommendation, taking into consideration personal experiences and audience needs. Also, incorporate at least one quotation in your essay from an outside source, making sure to cite the source… Continue reading Health science
Engage directly and in – depth with a topic relevant to the course theme , effectively exploring specific, relevant local and global (outside the US) aspects of your topic . § Demonstrate thoughtful, honest, nuanced, and fair engagement with multiple perspectives on and the complexities of your chosen topicA creative title for the paper.
The essay has to be more specific. Example: I need to talk about a specific community such as Atlanta. The annoted Bibliography sources and references must be in alphebetical order and have a Introduction Paragraph. For each source, provide the following. The APA style reference A one-paragraph summary of the relevant sections of the article… Continue reading Improving the relationship between law enforcement officials and local residents in Atlanta.
The instructions are listed in the attached file. Also listed is PowerPoint slides for assistance if needed. Your work should be similar to the one in the PowerPoint. NB: This assignment should be done in Word, not PowerPoint. Use the “Written & Visual MM checklist” to ensure that everything is encompassed in your work. If… Continue reading Written and visual mind map
You’ve decided to attend a community meaning to consider closing your local library. As you prepare your remarks, you remember Ralph Waldo Emerson once claimed that “books are the minds of the past.” In other words, he claimed that books, and especially literature, helped us to understand how people thought about their times—what they hoped,… Continue reading Psychoanalytical English essay
write a 1- to 2-page reflection paper (250 to 450 words) describing how your perception of college writing has changed. As you describe how your perception of college writing has changed, be sure to also evaluate how seeing your classmates’ perceptions of college writing discussed in Workshop 1 helped to enhance your own understanding of… Continue reading describe how your perception of college writing has changed
A research paper on the novel The Turn of the Screw by Henry James. An idea for the focus of the research paper could be the questionable sanity of the governess. If she isn’t sane or if she is actually seeing ghosts (just an idea could be based on something else) Minimum of 900 words.… Continue reading The Turn of the Screw
“Critical Analysis” Directions: This critical analysis paper asks you to conduct an argumentative analysis about a particular work whether it be book, essay, movie, article, community literature etc. that presents a clear argument. The goal is twofold: one, identify and explain the argument that the author/creator is making, and two, conduct an analysis of the… Continue reading “Critical Analysis”
Write an essay in which you argue the LEADING cause of the failed Animal Farm. What ONE idea, tactic, attribute, policy, or even neglected practice [which was instituted early on] inevitably resulted in the animal’s ironic self- directed-oppression? CHOOSE ONE “CAUSE,” AND CHOOSE TWO CHARACTERS that you think best illustrate how and why the animals… Continue reading Animal Farm
In at least 1000 words, form an argument for your interpretation of the story and use at least 3 quotations from the play to back it up. In your argument, you must include an introduction, thesis, three main points with evidence, and a conclusion. Talk about Torvald’s need for control and dominance in the marriage.… Continue reading Talk about Torvald’s need for control and dominance in the marriage. How does the climax of the tarantela dance signal the falling action and resolution? How do his nicknames for Nora accentuate the control? Is the letter from Krogstad to Torvald the r