I need you to create slideshow questions using figurative language from the foll

I need you to create slideshow questions using figurative language from the following songs.
Let it go frozen
Dua Lipa – Levitating
‘The Schuyler Sisters’ from HAMILTON
Selena Gomez & The Scene – Love You Like A Love Song
Attached are questions and answers you can you from Love You Like A Love Song, Levitating, and Hamilton. I need you to find and make up questions about figurative language using the words from Frozen let it go.

 

 

-MLA Format and style research paper. 550 words. Research essay must include:

-MLA Format and style research paper. 550 words.
Research essay must include:
-Introduction: clear and effective thesis underlined.
-Three (3) body paragraphs answering the following;
-Using specific details and examples, analyze in detail the 1968 H3N2 pandemic (aka Hong Kong flu).
-When and where did this pandemic begin? Focus on one geographic location or one specific population group.
-Explain with specific examples how the pandemic occurred and the extent of its effects on humankind.
-Explain with specific details how that pandemic was handled.
-Conclusion: include comments, remarks, or reflections, but do not be subjective in any part of the essay.
-Include a Works Cited page of three (3) research sources.
-Goal is to evaluate significant impact of the pandemic.
-Paraphrase the ideas (must not merely copy or quote the historical facts or data).
-Must use quotes briefly and meaningfully from at least 2 but not more than 3 research sources.
Resources must come from:
-Books
-Articles from a magazine, journal, or newspaper
-Articles from .gov or .edu websites

 

 

I. CONTENT Choose Edgar Allan Poe’s “Annabel Lee” poem from the Literature text

I. CONTENT
Choose Edgar Allan Poe’s “Annabel Lee” poem from the Literature text and explicate (i.e., analyze the poem line by line). Be sure to be focused, perhaps on a theme, idea, or emotion in the poem. Give your essay an interpretive thesis and analyze specific passages very carefully, insightfully.
II. STRUCTURE
Obviously, you’ll want to demonstrate an understanding of form: introduction, thesis, body, transitions, conclusion. Commit to an argumentative and specific interpretation early, organize your ideas clearly and visually, use direct quotations from and references to specific lines of the poem for evidence and analysis. Don’t summarize; argue. Interpret. Note: this composition should be five or six paragraphs in length (somewhere around 750 words, but less than 1000).
III. STYLE
Write well. Not only should you be clear, but your word choice, sentence structure, and overall expression should be involved. Use precise, descriptive wording. Do not overemphasize the single idea (or simple) sentence. Have variety in sentence types, sentence beginnings, word order, and punctuation. The best style is a distinctive one—one that stands out when compared to twenty or so other writers.
IV. OTHER DIRECTIONS
1. Consider your audience to be skeptical; thus, offer evidence to support your ideas: direct quotation, analysis of those quotes, explanations connecting the quotes to your focus.
2. Document accurately, with a Work Cited and parenthetical reference to lone numbers (use the MLA style—examples in the textbook). A letter grade will be deducted for noticeable omissions or persistent punctuation errors in documentation.
3. Give your paper an effective title; your submitted essay should be no more than 1000 words, no less than 500 (at least 750 words preferred).

 

 

Essay #1 For this Essay, address “Major Writing Assignment: Genre Analysis” on p

Essay #1
For this Essay, address “Major Writing Assignment: Genre Analysis” on pages 52-53 of Writing About Writing. As discussed in class, the definition of a genre is flexible. You can focus on a practical genre like syllabi or college application letters or examine something more creative like science fiction or a particular genre of film. Your rough draft (4 copies, minimum 700 words) Your paper should be formatted and cited using current MLA guidelines

 

 

answering the following questions in essay for and use at least 2 references 1.

answering the following questions in essay for and use at least 2 references
1. Have you noticed in your own life that it’s easier to move quickly around the Web than to spend concentrated time reading a book or lengthy article? Write an extended essay or letter? Concentrate on an issue or problem for an extended period of time? Describe your experiences with both surfing the Web and reading books and lengthy articles in this regard.
2. The author notes that “The Web has been a godsend to me as a writer. Research that once required days in the stacks or periodical rooms of libraries can now be done in minutes.” Do the powerful advantages of using the Internet necessarily mean that we have to sacrifice our ability to read deeply and think reflectively?
3. The author acknowledges that “the Net is becoming a universal medium, the conduit for most of the information that flows through my eyes and ears and into my mind” and that this puts him at risk for being a “mere decoder of information” rather than a deep thinker about information. Would you say that this is true for you as well? Why or why not?
4. Imagine that you are the president of your college and that you want students to use the full power of the Internet in their education, but you also wish them to develop their abilities to think deeply, concentrate, and contemplate. Using the problem-solving method in this chapter, analyze this problem and develop some practical solutions for dealing with this challenge.

 

 

If it is a novel, you must have access to a hard or electronic copy If it is a f

If it is a novel, you must have access to a hard or electronic copy
If it is a film, you must have access to a DVD or an online copy
If it is a television series, you must have access to the entire series (or nearly the entire series) unless you plan to limit your thesis to a particular group of episodes; for example, if you were focusing on a plot limited to one season, a set of five episodes, or the storyline of one characte.
I just need the research proposal and choosing the source I have attached both papers.

 

 

Read “Standard English: What it isn’t” by Peter Trudgill. Your response should c

Read “Standard English: What it isn’t” by Peter Trudgill. Your response should contain a 125 words summary and a 125 words response.
Summary
Make sure to highlight the main ideas of the reading and show an understanding of the concepts the author is presenting.
Response
Give your reaction to the piece. Think about how the piece relates to you. Did it make you think of something outside of the reading? Do you agree or disagree with the author’s ideas?

 

 

• WATCH the short video “Sen. Booker Condemns Capitol Riot, Ties Mob To The Conf

• WATCH the short video “Sen. Booker Condemns Capitol Riot, Ties Mob To The
Confederacy” (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qtSmDuCXqGE).
• Then read my document “Senator Booker’s Speech on Capitol Riot”; this document will explain your assignment in detail, which is basically about writing a few paraphrases and posting your reflection on the Capital Riot.
Everything is explained in the file attachment.

 

 

NOTE: You may submit either the fully completed template or use it as a guide, a

NOTE: You may submit either the fully completed template or use it as a guide, and submit only what you have included in the template.
In this assignment, you will write a counter-argument paragraph and a conclusion paragraph that summarizes your Unit 6 Submission argument. You will add these to your existing essay for Week 10. You will also write an updated References page.
Only submit the counter-paragraph, the concluding paragraph, and the updated References page this week.
This assignment will add the two remaining parts of the argumentative essay that you have been developing over the previous units. Make sure it is in APA format (i.e., double-spaced, in 12-point Times New Roman font, and APA-style in-text citations and References page).
Write the counter-argument paragraph. Paraphrase or quote evidence from sources with in-text citations to support your counter-argument. A counter-argument paragraph is important because it presents a possible argument against your thesis. There are two reasons why this important: (1) It gives you a chance to respond to a possible objection by your readers before they finish reading your essay, and (2) It shows that you considered both sides of the argument. Both of these reasons make your essay stronger. For example, if your thesis statement indicates that students do not need to learn about racism because they are familiar with it, then a counter-argument paragraph might contain information about what causes racism because being familiar with racism is not the same as what causes it.
Write the conclusion (restate your claim, and summarize the evidence).
Update your References page to ensure that you have listed all of the sources that you cited in your paper so far (you must have a minimum of 3), using proper APA format (for in-text citations and the corresponding References page).
Submit these 2 new paragraphs and the updated References page for this assignment (you will assemble and submit the full paper for Unit 10).

 

 

Observe and Analyze (10 points) Read the Observe and Analyze section on the side

Observe and Analyze (10 points)
Read the Observe and Analyze section on the side column of page 42 of your textbook. Complete this activity and write about it for this chapter’s essay.
Part 1: Description of person 1. What do you think this person is like?
Description of person 2. What do you think this person is like?
Description of person 3. What do you think this person is like?
Part 2: Compare your three descriptions. How are they similar and different? Are some descriptions more positive or flattering? Are some more specific than others? Why? How did you arrive at your conclusions? Are you confident in the accuracy of your descriptions? Why/why not?
Note: Pay special attention to connecting concepts from the text to your writing in order to demonstrate your knowledge. Did you use automatic social cognition or controlled social cognition? Where you primed to notice something? Did you use implicit personality theory, assimilation, stereotyping, situational attribution, dispositional attribution, etc.?