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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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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What has motivated you to seek out a new highs school experience? What aspects of Arch Bishop Mitty High school community draw yo to this school?

High School, Other
So I am a senior a football player and kind of a quit guy. I am switching from public to private because I am just not having a good experience at my current high school. I am a christian and this is a Catholic school and I am fine with that Its not structured i dont feel supported and I don't have a lot of friends. ( i always have but this high school is weird) I am a really good kid, not into partying and drugs and my current school seems to put that at the forefront. I really want to feel a sense of belonging and support from the staff and the community. I want my senior year to stand out, positive, growth and lots of friends on…
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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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Why is math useful in our day to day life?

High School, Mathematics and Statistics
Structure Suggestion (example)Your report may include: INTROA premise and why this topic is of interest to you. What you expect to find and your research method. BODYYour specific area of research (subtopic) within the field of study and how it connects to the whole field of study.History of the topic, modern techniques, applications/use cases, interesting/challenging problems, the future. CONCLUSIONSWhat you have discovered. Is it what you expected? How would you investigate further? Critique of your own study? (The Good, the Bad and the Ugly!)
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Essay 2: A Marginalized Population

English and Literature, High School
Essay 2: A Marginalized PopulationRead Willie Garretts  downloaddescription of marginalized populations (groups that are mischaracterized, misunderstood, discriminated against, hated, neglected, targeted, or denied equal rights). Garrett provides a list of commonly-marginalized groups. Select a group that you either have a strong connection to or that you have no connection to but would like to understand better (either like you or very unlike you). You may select a specific population not included in the list, as well, such as missing/murdered indigenous women, executions of transgender people around the world, or the Uyghur population currently in concentration camps in Xinjiang, China. Of course you could also choose a more visible, politically-targeted group such as immigrants from Mexico and Central/South America seeking asylum at the southern US border, or even undocumented immigrants living,…
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Essay 2: A Marginalized Population

English and Literature, High School
Essay 2: A Marginalized PopulationRead Willie Garretts  downloaddescription of marginalized populations (groups that are mischaracterized, misunderstood, discriminated against, hated, neglected, targeted, or denied equal rights). Garrett provides a list of commonly-marginalized groups. Select a group that you either have a strong connection to or that you have no connection to but would like to understand better (either like you or very unlike you). You may select a specific population not included in the list, as well, such as missing/murdered indigenous women, executions of transgender people around the world, or the Uyghur population currently in concentration camps in Xinjiang, China. Of course you could also choose a more visible, politically-targeted group such as immigrants from Mexico and Central/South America seeking asylum at the southern US border, or even undocumented immigrants living,…
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capstone essay

English and Literature, High School
Select two texts studied this year in which the authors advocate change and identify the specific attitudes or traditions they wish to modify. For each text, analyze how the author develops his or her ideas to influence the views of the reader or audience. Avoid plot summary.
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Using the article, Genre is Disappearing. What Comes Next?, write an argumentative essay, of 400-500 words, that addresses the question below. The majority of your evidence should be from the article. You may also use relevant knowledge, personal experi

English and Literature, High School
Using the article, Genre is Disappearing. What Comes Next?, write an argumentative essay, of 400-500 words, that addresses the question below. The majority of your evidence should be from the article. You may also use relevant knowledge, personal experience, or observations to support your response. Are there inherent or unintended problems when assigning labels to any one thing like a work of art, a type of music, or even a person?
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