You will prepare a six-part (1500-words minimum) biographical essay on a fictional character who turned 18 years old in 1910 and lived until 1950 or who turned 18 years old in 1960 and lived until 2010. (Instructors may choose or allow you to select anoth

English and Literature, MLA
Part II (500 words minimum): Analyze one of the major historic conflicts taking place in the time-period your character is living through (such as the Civil Rights movement, Vietnam War, Cold War, etc.) and is having a direct impact on the life of your character. Explain the historic antecedents or causes of such events. Be sure to identify the major historical figures and organizations that are associated with this event and the specific role(s) each played. Be sure to identify precise historical, social, political, economic, cultural, and global forces that shaped the event or conflict you are describing. Last, explain how this historical event or conflict affected or, perhaps, divided, Americans living in this era.
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PARAPHRASE POEM – COLLEGE

APA (edition "APA 6"), English and Literature
paraphrase the following 3 poems, with upper class high-education English style. Poem #1 Swinging Cool The bassist hugs the bass, plunks it. Ting, boom, ting boom the drummer beats and booms. Saxophonist weaves notes, oscillates, blows and the pianist finger-dances on the keys: Swinging at the Haven. Musicians spark the sheet music stands and angled microphones. Blue backdrop. Modulating that tempo, they work the tune. Drumsticks knocking time, piano plucking our ears. Bassman still hugging the bass, straight sets walls thrumming steady as the spring moon inciting the indigo sky. by Lenard D. Moore Paraphrase the poem Poem #2 Be Here When I Can See You, When I Cant Stars, you are the heavens flock, tangling your pale wool across the night sky, bits of oily fleece catching on barbs…
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the most dangerous game

English and Literature, High School
must be 12-font, double-spacedincludes a brief INTRODUCTION paragraph with a THESIS statement.be at least one and one-half pages, double-spaced, or approx. 500 wordsthe analysis should include an analysis of setting and atmosphere, symbols,  and irony; consider organizing by making each the topic of a body paragraph (see outline below)the analysis should connect to the theme of the storythe analysis should include 3 quotes from the storyincludes a CONCLUSIONOutline:I. IntroductionState who wrote the story and when it was publishedBriefly discuss the setting and plotThesis statement: Connell uses the setting and atmosphere to symbolically convey the themes of [insert themes here] and to point out the irony of violence in a civilized society.II. Setting  and atmosphereDiscuss the significance of the settings and the mood that the settings create; there are two main…
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PARAPHRASE POETRY – COLLEGE FINAL

APA (edition "APA 6"), English and Literature
paraphrase the following 3 poems, with upper class high-education English style. Poem #1 Swinging Cool The bassist hugsthe bass, plunks it.Ting, boom, ting boomthe drummer beatsand booms. Saxophonistweaves notes, oscillates, blowsand the pianist finger-danceson the keys: Swingingat the Haven. Musicians sparkthe sheet music standsand angled microphones.Blue backdrop.Modulating that tempo,they work the tune.Drumsticks knocking time,piano plucking our ears.Bassman still huggingthe bass, straight setswalls thrummingsteady as the spring mooninciting the indigo sky. by Lenard D. MooreParaphrase the poem Poem #2Be Here When I Can See You, When I Cant Stars, you are the heavens flock,tangling your pale wool acrossthe night sky, bits of oily fleececatching on barbs of darkness to swirlin black wind. You appear, disappearby thousands, scattered wide to grazebut never straying. While I a mereshepherd of these words am lost.…
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Bilbo’s Last Song Reflections

English and Literature, High School
Using "Bilbo's Last Song" , choose a couple lines that seem to reflect a Christian Worldview.  Be very specific with how these lines may be a deeper indication of symbolism or purpose.  This response needs to be at least six sentences in length.  You need to quote the lines from the poem that you use in your response.  Please also use MLA format when responding.
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Argument Essay on being a Human Resource Manager/Director

English and Literature, Undergraduate
**What is the biggest problem facing your future profession, industry, or market?** In your essay, you will present the problem, clearly define and explain the issues, and then identify the bestpossible solution. You should use the third-person point of view. You are writing for an audience unfamiliar with your topic, so your goal is to use language your readers are familiar with and can relate to; be sure to define any technical terms you use.Argument requires you to choose a controversial issue, make a clear and specific claim that takes a position on the issue, and give reasons and evidence to support the claim that will appeal to your audience. You are required to use six to eight reputable secondary sources.
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Paper on the main character on I know why the caged bird sings.

English and Literature, High School
Paper option #1: The traditional essayRequirements:5  paragraphs: 1 introduction, 3 body paragraphs, 1 conclusionAround 3 pages typed, double spaced, 11 Arial font or 12 Times New Roman fontA thesis sentence that presents an argument and comes at the end of the introduction 2 quotations per body paragraph A concluding paragraph that synthesizes the claims examined in your body paragraphs and answers why the topic of your essay is universally/generally relevant (answers the question so what?)Prompt: Which characters influenced Mayas development most? How did they influence her and the development of her identity?
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Internal and External factor Paper

English and Literature, Undergraduate
Internal and External Paper Assignment Sheet with CitationsExplain how the internal AND external factors of the main characters govern their behavior OR what happens to them in the texts **at least one internal and one external for each character listed below**: The Story of an Hour and A Rose for Emily. The two main character that you must focus on in The Story of an Hour are Mr. Mallard and Mrs. Mallardhttps://archive.vcu.edu/english/engweb/webtexts/hour/A Rose for Emily: Miss Emily, Homer Barron, Mr. Grierson (Emilys Dad).Also, be sure to present the authors internal and external influences by way of the cultural context and biographical information on each author **at least two internal and two external**.  (Explain or reflect on how the authors biographical information and cultural context shape the authors style, tone and…
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Importance of Becoming a Global Citizen

APA (edition "APA 7"), English and Literature
Describe and explain a clear distinction between globalism and globalization after viewing the video and reading the article.Describe how being a global citizen in the world of advanced technology can be beneficial to your success in meeting your personal, academic, and professional goals.Explain why there has been disagreement between theorists about the definition of global citizenship and develop your own definition of global citizenship after reading the article by Reysen and Katzarska-Miller.Choose two of the six outcomes of global citizenship from the article (i.e., intergroup empathy, valuing diversity, social justice, environmental sustainability, intergroup helping, and the level of responsibility to act for the betterment of this world).Explain why those two outcomes are the most important in becoming a global citizen compared to the others.Describe at least two personal examples or…
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Digital Play

APA (edition "APA 6"), English and Literature
Professional players invariably end up extending their personal lives into their professional lives. This blurring of boundaries has deleterious consequences, leading to the contamination of play by reality, obligation, and professionalism. What used to be a pleasure becomes onerous, obsessive, and loses its playful character. Discuss.
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