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•        Blackboard Informal Writing Assignment: By 10pm on Thursday, April 15, please submit a 1-2 page (typed, double-spaced) response with your initial thoughts, feelings, questions, and responses to Chapter 3 of Golden Gulag. You should submit this via Blackboard, using the link under Course Content.

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Formal essay

Compose a one-page, three-paragraph essay on a word/term of your choice. Cite any outside sources you used in this essay with MLA in-text citations.  Remember to add a title and underline your thesis statement.  As an alternative assignment you may choose to write a 14-line sonnet on your chosen word/term

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Presentation slides

My topic is Domestic Violence Presentation Guidelines: Start with your name and the topic of your research paper 5 Powerpoint Slide (Or other media) minimum that discusses the argument and main points of the paper Please be sure your presentation is at least 5-10 minutes.  Make the last slide have a take way and advice

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Please explain the following: Why you want to enroll in the Georgetown MSF Program? Why do you want to attend Georgetown University? Why should the Admissions Committee accept you? What are your career aspirations and expectations upon receiving your MSF degree? Essay should be single-spaced using 12 point font. Essay may be up to two pages in length.

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346 AAssignmentsNew York City and Hurrican Sandy

Watch the video on climate change and sea level rise in New York City available though the following  https://www.pbs.org/video/sinking-cities-new-york-twghqw/ Two Questions below: 1.    What similarities and differences are there in strategies that Miami and NYC urban areas are implementing to address rising sea levels? 2     What areas seem to be the focus for protection measures?

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Read the short story Young Goodman Brown by Nathaniel Hawthorne.

Read the short story Young Goodman Brown by Nathaniel Hawthorne. In 500 words and at least 5 paragraphs (should consist of an introduction, 3 body paragraphs, and a conclusion), identify some major and minor characters in the short story. What role did they play in changing Goodman Brown’s character and personality near the end of the story? Did the environment influence play a role in […]

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Response to Thank You for Smoking Opening Scene

Analyze the use of fallacies in the opening scene of Thank You for Smoking (where Nick Naylor is on the Jenny Jones Show). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yrxRCTUt6OY Which fallacies does Nick use? How and why are they useful in “winning” his argument? Use the materials about fallacies and bad arguments as a resource.   How do his arguments appeal to ethos, pathos, and logos? Explain Attached are the […]

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English133W

For Project 2, you should write an argument about a topic of your choice. After completing the brainstorming activities, please submit a topic for approval . Make sure you include the following: 1. The topic 2. What you plan to argue about the topic 3. Why you want to discuss this topic After submitting, be on the lookout for feedback from me. Remember–your topic needs to […]

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ENG 2322 MOD 6 Portfolio REDD

Portfolio Assignment Information Sheet Portfolio.CPS.rtf  At the end of the semester, students will choose 2 of the essays they have written, substantially revise them, and, in an appendix, provide samples of process writing related to the two major papers. The portfolio should begin with an introduction that contextualizes the artifacts and accounts for any course outcomes not directly seen in the artifacts. INSTRUCTIONS ATTACHED

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English 2 pargraphs

Write a thorough and thoughtful paragraph response that answers the following, in two separate paragraphs. Paragraph One:  What does Orenstein mean when she says young men feel cut off from their hearts? What does she suggest is the cause of this?  Paragraph Two: How accurate are the issues Orenstein describes in your experience growing up? How have you witnessed behavior similar to what she describes? […]

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Task: DB – Addressing Ethics in Leadership

The purpose of this discussion board is to discuss ethical behavior and how your ethics have been tested.  In your post, provide the requested information, and answer all questions. Define the importance of ethics in leadership. Describe the six elements of the practice of ethical leadership. How have you modeled ethical behavior and ethical decision-making in your life as leader? Describe a time when your […]

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briefly answer 5 questions after reading

Please read pages 3-82 from On Photography by Susan Sontag. link: http://www.lab404.com/3741/readings/sontag.pdf Chapters: In Plato’s Cave America, Seen Through Photographs, Darkly Melancholy Objects *Sontag mentions many famous photographs and photographers from the past century – read with your phone, tablet, computer handy to look up these works mentioned. Please answer and submit the questions in the reading worksheet:(which you can find in the files I […]

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