Compose answers of about 150-250 words total to the following three questions. Each answer needs to provide supporting reference to the assigned text with MLA documentation and in-text quotations to back up your answers with proper in-text citation.
WEEKLY FORUM QUESTIONS: (please number your answers but do not copy the questions)
1. Does Eddy believe he is raised well by his parents? Why or Why not?
2. Does Eddy conclude he is queer because he is bullied? Or was there another reason to know he was gay?
3. Is one of the two poems–Whitman’s or Dickinson’s–more LGBTQ than the other? Or are they gay only because of rumors about the authors’s lives? Like Eddy, that it?
Please read the story End Of Eddy and the 2 poems and ONLY those sources to answer the questions.
Remember, for each reflection you must cite THREE different relevant course materials. These could be readings, films/videos, or lectures (or a combination of the three). Failure to do so will result in a zero for the assignment.
These past two weeks we learned about the development, practice, and the long, uncomfortable transition between (for some) of circular and hierarchy-based ideology. For this reflection, we want you to think about these seemingly opposing world views. In one to two pages (double-spaced), answer the following:
What do you think was the most important factor in prompting the slow change from circularism to hierarchy for certain societies?
Given that our society followed the stratification path and is clearly hierarchy-based, what aspects, if any, of circular(ism) survived through today?
Where do you see yourself in the “pyramid”?
Do you think there’s anything we could learn or improve in the modern world by “bringing back” parts of (or all of) circular world views?
One source for reference: https://youtu.be/56kpePmUjjg
What are the main takeaways of this case study?
o Are there any organizational, managerial, leadership and policy concepts, theories, smart practices and insights that you deem salient and worth reflecting upon;
In this section, you are expected to support your analysis and assessment observations with conceptual, theoretical and analytical insights from the weekly assigned readings as well as from the previously class-discussed theories/concepts/ case studies to demonstrate your integration capacity;
Formulate strategies and courses of action you deem plausible and logical to improve the interventions, processes or issues under examination in your assigned case, regardless of whether this is an explicit decision-forcing case or a retrospective one.
ANALYTICAL READING PAPER ABOUT A SCIENCE FICTION SHORT STORY –
A key feature of academic writing is how it responds to and makes use of other texts: no paper is written in isolation. The first step to writing, then, is to “come to terms” with the work of others. This moves beyond summary, however, into analysis.
The purpose of this paper is to focus on the purpose and execution of one of the science fiction texts, and to analyze the details of the text that contribute to it. The focus of this paper is not so much on what the text does but how and why it does it.
How To Do This: “critique.” – Writing Analytically for a good explanation of the objectives and purpose of a critique, and a list of suggested strategies for approaching one.
I think there are two different ways you can effectively tackle it:
You can work bottom up: start with some interesting details and focus your paper around what the purpose of those details is and how they work together.
You can work top down: start with an overall idea or concept the story is exploring and focus your paper on how it does that, drilling down to the details.
What Do I Really Want: A strong paper…
ANALYTICAL READING: …will cite the text in detailed ways, including quotation and/or images. It will analyze the details of the citations in the context of the paper’s larger project. The citations will follow MLA standards.
CONTRIBUTION: …will clearly express an overall take or perspective on the text. The “take” communicates the writer’s nuanced perspective on the uses and limits of the text.
REVISION: …will revise significantly based on feedback from the instructor and peers, as well as class discussion of what makes for strong academic writing.
Watch Out for This: Resist the urge to summarize your text. Though you want your reader to be able to follow your interpretation, you don’t want to have summary for the sake of summary. Summarize just enough to make your analysis of specific parts of the text clear to the reader.
Also, this is not a piece of what Writing Analytically calls “expressive writing”; I am not interested in your feelings/opinions about the stories.
1,000+ words (approx. 3 pages)
plus an MLA-formatted Works Cited page
following formatting requirements
Papers should fit the following format:
follow MLA formatting for headers, page numbers, and so on (see the Little Seagull for details)
one-inch margins on all sides
12-point Times New Roman font
Works Cited page
meet the minimum word requirement (headers, titles, Works Cited, &c. do not count for this)
Works Cited: 1 required entry = 5 points (but do also cite any other source you consult in the writing of the paper, as failure to do so is plagiarism)
. 1 paragraph: Introduction paragraph: Reflect on your thoughts and feelings regarding a single Story Wilte a sentences about how impactful or badbelieving a single story can be Write a few sentences about why/you would avoid believing a story about others. Write a few sentences about why you would not want someone to believe a single story about you . 3 paragraph Reflect on your personal experience with a spirit crusher Write a sentences sharing how they crushed your spirit. details to make the reader understand your point of view. Write a few sentences explaining how their actions have affected you (short and /or long term), Be specific and explain the impact of your interaction with your spirit crusher paragraph: Reflect on how your cultural wealth can be an asset in difficult situations Write a few sentences describing how you can or have moved past your crushed spirit . If you have moved past the crushed spirit, say so, and include how you were able to do it. W you have not yet moved pastshare ways you can move on, or plans on how you will do so. Write a few sentences tying in how your cultural wealth can be an asset to overcome a crushed spirit. You can include as many of the six types of cultural wealth in this part but may not need all sure to add details as this will show your instructor your understanding of how cultural wealth is an asset paragraph: paragraph 5 conclusion
In the 1400s, church architecture underwent a number of aesthetic and stylistic changes that you will study. Please write a 1750+ word paper discussing the religious architecture of Filippo Brunelleschi in Florence in the early 1400s. How does he blend religious symbolism with mathematical and classical principles to create a new Renaissance aesthetic? Give two examples by Brunelleschi, and one later example to show his influence.
For this paper, please include at least 5 references on Brunelleschi that help you to understand his aesthetics and his influence. Annotate three of these sources with a ten-sentence paragraph that reviews the source. Each annotation should include full sentences in essay format that detail what the link explores and how it is organized. You may include your thoughts on whether you think the link is successful or not, and explain why. Always include the full citation for each source. It might be helpful to complete the links before you begin your paper so that you can include any additional information you discover in your essay.
Here is a website to help:
go to this link and login using these credentials –
user: for assigned writer
CHOOSE ANY DOCUMENTARY TO REVIEW.
The purpose of a documentary film review, then, is to inform the reader about the success of the film’s argument. What is the film’s argument/purpose? Did it accomplish its goal(s) effectively? If so, how? If not, why? The review can cover content, use of the rhetorical triangle (ethos, pathos, logos), use of graphics, music, cinematography, etc. Anything that influences a viewer in some way is fair game.
Introduction: introduce topic and documentary and include thesis statement that discusses the success of the documentary’s argument
Summary: summarize documentary briefly
Analysis: multiple paragraphs that analyze specific elements of the documentary that add to its success
Conclusion: conclude review with something new–look ahead, include a significant quote, discuss what you learned, give your reader something to consider, etc.
not too opinionated please
I need you guys to fix this letter I made. I left the comments that will show the errors that I committed. Can I please get everything well done! You are not supposed to make a new one, just fix mine. Thank you in advance.
Good writers edit well: Rewrite your letter of #4. Eliminate all errors: First, correct each mistake that I pointed out. Then, look for similar mistakes that I didn’t indicate and correct those. Then, look for other mistakes that I missed. Finally, proof your rewrite to make sure it’s perfect. You must correct every mistake I pointed out in order to improve the paper and get a better grade. Do not write a new letter. KOD, DMUC
After you have read Chapter 1, let’s do a Concept Check to assess our learning:
What reasons would you give if you were advising someone to study business?
Describe the four resources that must be combined to organize and operate a business.
What are the four basic economic questions? How are they answered in a capitalist economy?
What are the four phases in the typical business cycle?
We are doing a group project. It’s an investment analysis for Ford motors.
I have to complete the week 5 requirements which are a technical analysis
I have attached what the other parts are for reference. I need a 4 page paper with references that cover the technical analysis and has charts and graphs charts and graphs
Technical analysis is the interpretation of the price action of a company’s stock. It utilizes various charts and statistical indicators to determine price support/resistance, range and trends. By using historical price data, technical analysis attempts to interpret the supply and demand that moves share prices. It identifies historically relevant price patterns and behaviors to help forecast potential direction of the stock. This methodology focuses only on the price of the shares, not the operations of the company. This week you should perform the technical analysis of the firm.