Write a 1200-word essay that states and supports (with research) your position on the topic of the influence of user reviews.

Write a 1200-word essay that states and supports (with research) your position on the topic of the influence of user reviews. Complete Draft due: Sunday, November 22 by 11 pm. *A strong draft will be full length and respond to the criteria described below and explained in this week’s lecture. Drafts are works in progress, of course, but they should demonstrate full responsiveness to the class materials and a class week’s worth of effort.* Final, Revised Version due: Sunday, December 6 by 11 p.m. See course calendar. Basic Requirements Audience: Write your essay for a group of readers who don’t know you. Assume they are critical thinkers who are skeptical of you and your position. To convince them, you’ll need to show that you’re informed and trustworthy. See section on research and this week’s lecture for info on building your credibility. Thesis: Your entire essay must be focused on your thesis, which is your position on the topic of the influence of user reviews. Be sure to consider my comments on your Research Assignment from Week 8. Structure: Your essay must follow the standard general structure of introduction, body, conclusion. Each body paragraph must be focused on a single topic that connects to the thesis. See this week’s lecture, Writing Your Essay, for details on each part of your review. Research/Specifics/Quotations: Your essay must include evidence from your research. You must use and cite at least 3 sources. Essays that cite fewer than 3 sources do not meet the minimum requirements for this assignment. You do not need to quote from every source (paraphrasing counts, and still must be cited). No more than 20% of your paper should be quoted material. See this week’s lecture for types of sources you should use and how to use them. Page Formatting Guidelines: 12-point standard font (e.g. Arial or Times New Roman) Double spaced Include word count at end of document Heading in top left corner that includes your name, date, and course number At the top of your first page, just below your heading, include a single-sentence statement of your thesis. Label this statement “Thesis.” Include a list of sources, formatted according to MLA guidelines. For this project, you must list at least three sources. The last page of your paper must list all sources and be titled “Works Cited.” You can find guidelines for citing sources here (from the Purdue University OWL). Please do not include a URL in your citations. Grading Criteria These are the criteria I will use when I grade your final version of Project #3: An excellent project will: Concisely and completely state your position on the question “Do online user reviews wield too much influence?” (thesis) Marshal carefully selected evidence from credible sources to support the thesis Contain focused body paragraphs that clearly connect to the thesis Apply the lessons from the Week 9 Lecture: Writing Your Essay, especially on the use of research and the Quote Sandwich Method for quotations Be thoroughly revised and be free from sentence errors Draft on time? Final on time?

“Assess the theme of inner conflict in the poems we have read for this class by two of the following poets, Browning, Arnold, Rosetti and Hopkins.

“Assess the theme of inner conflict in the poems we have read for this class by two of the following poets, Browning, Arnold, Rosetti and Hopkins. Must use these any of the poems from two authors Fra Lippo Lippi. E346 Robert Browning. “Andrea Del Sarto.” E355 22 Oct Matthew Arnold. ‘The Scholar Gypsy’ E426 Matthew Arnold. “Dover Beach” E433 Matthew Arnold. “Stanzas from the Grande Chartreuse” E434 27 Oct Christina Rosetti. “Goblin Market.” E542 Christina Rosetti. “An Apple Gathering.” E540. 29 Oct Gerard Manley Hopkins. “Felix Randal.” E599 Gerard Manley Hopkins. “No Worst, There Is None.” E601 Gerard Manley Hopkins. “I Wake and Feel.” E601 Gerard Manley Hopkins. “Carrion Comfort.”

Analyze the classical development of rhetoric.

topic: Analyze the classical development of rhetoric. You will want to start by offering a working definition of rhetoric from one of our class texts/sources and analyze the emerging socio-political influence of rhetoric. This should not be an “all about…” paper; instead, this should be an investigation of rhetoric as a developing practice and the influence it had on the parallel development of classical society. To support your observations, you should include at least three references. You may use the required texts for the course, the supplemental articles and speeches, or any other source that supports your analysis. Course book: ISBN: 978-1-138-22367-7

“Compare the ways in which Simon Armitage uses ordinary events to explore universal themes in The Chainsaw Vs Pampas Grass and one other poem of your choice.”

“Compare the ways in which Simon Armitage uses ordinary events to explore universal themes in The Chainsaw Vs Pampas Grass and one other poem of your choice.” This is poetry analysis. The poem of my choice is “On Her Blindness” by Adam Thorpe, which needs to be thematically compared to “The Chainsaw Vs Pampas Grass” by Simon Armitage. The theme can be anything you want, (or themes), whatever you can pick out. 800-900 words.

A key component of a service learning course is taking the time to reflect on the ways that you will bring this experience into dialogue with your future education.

A key component of a service learning course is taking the time to reflect on the ways that you will bring this experience into dialogue with your future education. It is so important, in fact, that this reflection essay will be the majority of your final project grade. Your goal is to reflect on your completed project and the process of creating it, discussing the ways that the things you learned can be utilized in the future. Like any essay, a reflection essay will be centered on a strong central idea or thesis. Each thesis will be different, because each student will have had a different experience with the process (and that’s alright!) but all the basic principles of thesis statements still apply:
it should still be an argument and it should still tell what the rest of the essay will be about. The key to a good reflection essay is to reflect critically about your own learning process. The reflection essay should be honest. You do not get points for having a better or worse experience (i.e. “this is the best project ever” will not score higher; similarly criticizing yourself or project is not the main objective.)
The reflection should also be specific to your own experience; students frequently make the mistake of being too general with statements like “I learned a lot that will help me be a future teacher.” Focus instead on the ways that you grew—and why.

You are responsible for the contents of Legend of Sleepy Hollow and Other Stories from the Sketch Book and for Great Tales and Poems of Edgar Allan Poe

In a well-organized essay of 4-6 pages, respond to the statements and questions listed below. Be sure to provide references and examples from the assigned readings (see below). You are responsible for the contents of Legend of Sleepy Hollow and Other Stories from the Sketch Book and for Great Tales and Poems of Edgar Allan Poe