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English homework help. Leadership Development and Team Building Course
Written self-reflection that details what each student has learned in the course from day 1.
Must be at least 3 – 5 pages, very detailed. Grammar, punctuation, APA formatting.

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English homework help.

You will write a poetry essay exploring the conflict and ambiguity in the four groups of poetry you read in this module. The poetry selections in this module reflect conflict and ambiguity concerning themes that may be interpreted as both positive and negative elements. Construct a well-written essay that analyzes the author’s purpose and rhetorical stance and develops your own interpretation of the poems. Reference each poem in your essay. Remember, you must include both the author’s purpose as well as your personal response in your essay. Note: Rhetorical stance is language that conveys a speaker’s attitude or opinion with regard to a particular subject.
Complete the following four sections of the poetry essay:
Part 1: Poems by William Blake
– Analyze the author’s purpose and rhetorical stance and develop your own interpretation of the poems. Remember, you must include both the author’s purpose as well as your personal response in your essay.
Part 2: Poems by Richard Crashaw
– Analyze the author’s purpose and rhetorical stance and develop your own interpretation of the poems. Remember, you must include both the author’s purpose as well as your personal response in your essay.
Part 3: Poem by Robert Frost
– Analyze the author’s purpose and rhetorical stance and develop your own interpretation of the poems. Remember, you must include both the author’s purpose as well as your personal response in your essay.
Part 4: Poem by Thomas Hardy
– Analyze the author’s purpose and rhetorical stance and develop your own interpretation of the poems. Remember, you must include both the author’s purpose as well as your personal response in your essay

Criteria for This Assignment

Length and Formatting Requirements

  • Five to six pages, double spaced
  • Time New Roman, 12-point font
  • Works Cited page
  • In-text citations
  • Divide your essay into four parts, each representing one of the four poetry elections

Content Requirements

  • Analyze the author’s purpose and rhetorical stance.
  • Develop your argument for your interpretation logically and cohesively.
  • Address all four parts of this essay.

English homework help

English homework help

English homework help. Write a poem to Zora Neal Hurston about how you feel (good or bad) about the text attached. The poem must be at least 8 lines long (each line must have at least three words). You must use 1 imagery (15pts), 1 simile (10), 1 metaphor (15 pts), and refer to a symbol in her work (10 pts).
https://biblioklept.org/2013/01/21/sweat-zora-neale-hurston/ 

English homework help

English homework help

English homework help. Character Analysis Paper
The purpose of this assignment is to apply personality theories to fictional characters from a television show or movie. By the end of the semester, you would have completed two of these papers.
 
Instructions:

  • Choose a fictional television show or movie with multiple main characters

 

  • Choose one of the main characters to focus your paper on. Please make sure your focus is on a fictional character.

 

  • Choose 3 theories to analyze the character (see Blackboard for available theories for each assignment)—make sure this is 3 different chapters!!

 

  • Write a 6 part paper based off the following:
    1. Part 1: Introduction—this should be no more than half a page!!
      1. Include a brief summary of the show or movie and why you chose it (2 points)
      2. Briefly introduce the main characters and who you’re focusing on (2 points)
  • Provide a clear and concise thesis statement about the three theories you will be using to explain the main character’s behavior and personality (2 points)

 

  1. Part 2: Description of character (5 points)—this should be no more than half a page!!
    1. Without explaining specific scenes, describe the character you’re focusing on
    2. Include any details that you think is relevant to your analysis (examples: family, job, approximate age, relationship to other characters…)

 

  1. Part 3: Theory #1
    1. Using your own words, describe the first theory you will be using to analyze the character. Do not use quotes! This should be no more than 1 paragraph long. (5 points)
    2. Scene 1:
      1. Identify and describe1 specific scenewhere this theory is being depicted. If you cannot indicate a specific scene, make sure you provide enough character description to support your analysis(4 points)
      2. Explain why this sceneillustrates this theory.Make sure you provide a strong argument for your evidence. Your explanation should be explicit enough so that it’s clear how the scene fits with the theory. Be sure to indicate which part of the theory it corresponds with.(6 points)
  • Scene 2:
    1. Identify and describe 1 specific scene where this theory is being depicted. If you cannot indicate a specific scene, make sure you provide enough character description to support your analysis (4 points)
    2. Explain why this sceneillustrates this theory. Make sure you provide a strong argument for your evidence. Your explanation should be explicit enough so that it’s clear how the scene fits with the theory. Be sure to indicate which part of the theory it corresponds with. (6 points)

 

  1. Part 4: Theory #2
    1. Using your own words, describe the second theory you will be using to analyze the character. Do not use quotes! (5 points)
    2. Scene 1:
      1. Identify and describe 1 specific scene where this theory is being depicted. If you cannot indicate specific scenes, make sure you provide enough character description to support your analysis (4 points)
      2. Explain why this sceneillustrates this theory. Make sure you provide a strong argument for your evidence. Your explanation should be explicit enough so that it’s clear how the scene fits with the theory. Be sure to indicate which part of the theory it corresponds with (6 points)
  • Scene 2:
    1. Identify and describe 1 specific scene where this theory is being depicted. If you cannot indicate a specific scene, make sure you provide enough character description to support your analysis (4 points)
    2. Explain why this sceneillustrates this theory. Make sure you provide a strong argument for your evidence. Your explanation should be explicit enough so that it’s clear how the scene fits with the theory. Be sure to indicate which part of the theory it corresponds with (6 points)

 

  1. Part 5: Theory #3
    1. Using your own words, describe the third theory you will be using to analyze the character. Do not use quotes! (5 points)
    2. Scene 1:
      1. Identify and describe 1 specific scene where this theory is being depicted. If you cannot indicate a specific scene, make sure you provide enough character description to support your analysis (4 points)
      2. Explain why this sceneillustrates this theory. Make sure you provide a strong argument for your evidence. Your explanation should be explicit enough so that it’s clear how the scene fits with the theory. Be sure to indicate which part of the theory it corresponds with (6 points)
  • Scene 2:
    1. Identify and describe 1 specific scene where this theory is being depicted. If you cannot indicate a specific scene, make sure you provide enough character description to support your analysis (4 points)
    2. Explain why this sceneillustrates this theory. Make sure you provide a strong argument for your evidence. Your explanation should be explicit enough so that it’s clear how the scene fits with the theory. Be sure to indicate which part of the theory it corresponds with (6 points)
  1. Part 6: Conclusion (5 points)
    1. Following basic writing guidelines conclude your paper.

 

  • Make sure your paper is in the proper format. For each incorrect formatting, you will lose .5 points. (3 points)
    • 12 point font throughout
    • Times New Roman
    • 1 inch margin
    • double space
    • left side alignment

 

  • Make sure you follow proper sentence mechanics (3 points)
    • grammar
    • spelling
    • punctuation
    • sentence and paragraph structure

 

  • Coherence is important! Make sure your paragraphs flow. Make sure you have topic sentences. Use transition sentences! (3 points)

 
Reminder: Going to the Writing Center gives you an additional 3 points on your paper. Make sure you make an appointment ASAP and attach the receipt with the hard copy.

English homework help

English homework help

English homework help. PLEASE 150 WORDS
 
DB 5 Part 1
 
Briefly describe the three basic concepts in Shinto teachings about the kami. How well do these concepts mirror with your view and experience of nature?
 
 
DB 5 Part 2
 
What impact did the arrival of Buddhism and Confucianism have on Shinto?
 
 
DB 6 (1)
 
Culture of Judaism: Reflect upon the culture of Judaism. What rituals and/or events help to create unity within the culture of Judaism? How are these unifying experiences similar to or different from the team-building experiences in the workplace?
 
DB 7 (1)
 
Some cultures are described as being “Christian.” In your understanding, what does this mean? Are there any cultures in the world that are “Christian?” If so, what characteristics define this culture? Please provide specific examples.
 
 
 
 

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English homework help

  • Upload the document that contains the feedback from the Writing Center specialist.
  • Submit the journal assignment answering the following questions in at least 400 words:
    • Identify the top three issues your writing specialist focused on in your rough draft (e.g., paragraph structure, proper use of quotations, thesis statement, etc.).
      • In what ways were those issues surprising?
    • Describe what you learned from some of the feedback your writing specialist provided as explanations.
      • Was this feedback helpful?
    • Evaluate the usefulness of the paper review tool.
      • In what ways did this activity improve your academic writing skills?
      • Will you use the Ashford Writing Center to review your work in the future? Why or why not?
    • Identify Writing Center Video Tutorials (Links to an external site.) that you find most useful and explain why. Also, identify tutorial(s) you found least useful and explain why.

    The journal part of the assignment does not need to be formatted in APA style; however, correct grammar, spelling, and punctuation is required.

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English homework help

  • Upload the document that contains the feedback from the Writing Center specialist.
  • Submit the journal assignment answering the following questions in at least 400 words:
    • Identify the top three issues your writing specialist focused on in your rough draft (e.g., paragraph structure, proper use of quotations, thesis statement, etc.).
      • In what ways were those issues surprising?
    • Describe what you learned from some of the feedback your writing specialist provided as explanations.
      • Was this feedback helpful?
    • Evaluate the usefulness of the paper review tool.
      • In what ways did this activity improve your academic writing skills?
      • Will you use the Ashford Writing Center to review your work in the future? Why or why not?
    • Identify Writing Center Video Tutorials (Links to an external site.) that you find most useful and explain why. Also, identify tutorial(s) you found least useful and explain why.

    The journal part of the assignment does not need to be formatted in APA style; however, correct grammar, spelling, and punctuation is required.

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    roughdraftresults.docx

English homework help

  • Upload the document that contains the feedback from the Writing Center specialist.
  • Submit the journal assignment answering the following questions in at least 400 words:
    • Identify the top three issues your writing specialist focused on in your rough draft (e.g., paragraph structure, proper use of quotations, thesis statement, etc.).
      • In what ways were those issues surprising?
    • Describe what you learned from some of the feedback your writing specialist provided as explanations.
      • Was this feedback helpful?
    • Evaluate the usefulness of the paper review tool.
      • In what ways did this activity improve your academic writing skills?
      • Will you use the Ashford Writing Center to review your work in the future? Why or why not?
    • Identify Writing Center Video Tutorials (Links to an external site.) that you find most useful and explain why. Also, identify tutorial(s) you found least useful and explain why.

    The journal part of the assignment does not need to be formatted in APA style; however, correct grammar, spelling, and punctuation is required.

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English homework help

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