Write a story about a character that is obsessed with working out to be fit and all that affects him, what kind of feelings he gets when he works out, what if he gets injured, and why will anyone want to read his story. What made him want to get out of bed every day to work out?
evaluating the speeches of others. Pick two of the following speeches to watch Speeches: Martin Luther King, Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” President Ronald Reagan’s “Berlin Wall” Randy Pausch’s “Last Lecture: Achieving Your Childhood Dreams” President John F. Kennedy’s Inauguration Speech Lou Gehrig’s “Luckiest Man” Jennifer Aniston’s “Full of Power” Larissa Hernandez’s “Valedictorian Speech” Then answer the following questions about the speeches you chose by writing a 1-2 page paper (in addition to the APA Title page): Which two speeches did you choose? Why did you choose these two speeches? What was the purpose of each speech? What insights did you learn from the speech? Why do you think this speech was impactful to its audience? If you were to give a speech today addressing the same topic as the speeches you chose, how would you update the speech? Were there any similarities or differences you noticed between the two speeches? How did the speaker engage his or her audience?
The poverty refers to the condition of not having the means to cover the basic human necessities: like water, nutrition, health, education, clothing and living quarte
Write or create a newspaper article, blog post, brochure, or flyer which represents the contrasting culture and history of the U.S. and the D.R. You can connect this to any of the stories in the text. Through New Historicism show how the media portrays contrasting or differing viewpoints about immigrants, non-English speakers or minority groups.
EXPLAIN, EXPLAIN EXPLAIN: Whether you are talking, typing text or drawing you MUST EXPLAIN the connections you are making between the presentation, the story, and the literary criticism you chose. If you are talking you can explain through the story or narration. If you are writing/typing you can explain in the writing. If you are using images, you may want to narrate an explanation and post it with the image or write your explanation on a separate sheet of paper (NO MORE THAN TWO PAGES) to be submitted.
OTHER POINTS:Your ability to show connections between the story and the literary theory you chose (10 pts)
Your ability to show your understanding of the literary theory’s main components
References to specific aspects of the story, in the form of quotes, characters, scenes, action (15 pts)
I WILL NOT grade you based on your creativity level
You will be graded based on your application of the theory, interpretation of the story, connections you make and supporting evidence from other stories, videos, scholarly articles etc. (15 pts)
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For this assignment please complete the following 5 tasks:
1. Discuss 1 project from MAKER: A documentary in the Maker Movement
2. Discuss either Brandon Watson’s maker project or 1 of the following two projects from Victoria Bradby:
3. Compare the 2 works by finding a common technology, process, material, company etc and discuss this trait.
4. Identify the technology or process used as well as the reason the works were produced.
5. Discuss their impact and implications on contemporary culture.
Each entry must include:
– at least 2 quotes, 1 sourced from the documentary, and 1 sourced from the lecture given by Brandon or the website that discusses the projects by Bradby.
– at least 1 quote from an external source (ie. Journal, online article, research site, book, catalogue etc.)
– a hyperlinked image
– at least 2 hyperlinks to content discussed in your post
– proper referencing of sources and imagery
Search online for either a print ad, TV commercial, or government-sponsored poster (ex. propaganda, promoting a government service/facility, etc.) that you find interesting enough to write a rhetorical analysis on. Your selection must be accessible online, as you will be including a link to it on the essay’s References page. You’ll also need to include incorporate an image from it in your essay, so if you select a video, simply pause it as certain points to take a few screen shots that illustrate any specific aspects you are discussing.
Your rhetorical analysis should explain–in detail–at least 3 strategies that work towards selling the product/service in the advertisement, and this explanation should describe how any strategies you articulate are specific types of rhetorical appeals (to ethos, logos, pathos, or kairos). As you are looking for the strategies used, remember to consider how things like images, colors and sounds are used along any explicitly worded messages. In addition to explaining the strategies used and how they work, you should also make a judgment about which are more successful and explain why.
Your project should include any relevant background context for your chosen rhetorical situation. For example, if you select a propaganda poster to analyze, you may need to do a little research to better understand and explain to your reader why that poster was created for that time in history. The same goes for a print ad or commercial–what cultural values of its time does it reflect? Note that any outside information you use in your audience analysis must be appropriately integrated and documented according to either MLA or APA guidelines.
Your project should include a primary insight/point that makes a judgment about how successful the strategies are overall in working to achieve the purpose in your chosen piece.
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Visual, informational report
• A short 250- to 500-word note that explains the following (use headings to identify each
of the topics listed below):
o Why you selected your scenario
o How you selected which data to visualize and why you visualized it in the form
o What decisions you made to tailor your report to your audience and your purpose o How you ensured that your visualizations of the data were fair, accurate, and clear
The goal of this assignment is to craft a textual analysis of one text we have read and discussed so far: “Junkspace” by Rem Koolhaas (PDF attached). Locate a scholarly problem in the text, and make a claim that either “resolves” the problem or responds to it in a thoughtful, insightful way.
This assignment will require you to not simply take the source text on its own terms. Rather, you should go meta––if Koolhaas are making claims about problems they have identified, then what you will be doing in this assignment is noticing a tension or dissonance in one of the two texts and making some kind of claim about this problem. In order to make this claim, focus on the writerly choices of the author: their word choice, their use of imagery and metaphor, the form of their essay, or any other aspect of the means by which the author unfurls their argument.
A proper introduction and conclusion, including a thesis statement in which you identify a scholarly problem and make your central claim about the text.
An introduction that states a clear motive for your essay (don’t wait to answer the “So what?” question) and a conclusion that draws out the implications of your claim.
A clear structure built around your central claim, with each paragraph adding an essential piece to your argument.
Evidence used persuasively, quoting from the text when necessary, summarizing or paraphrasing accurately and responsibly when appropriate.
Proper citations, including a Works Cited page. Please use MLA style citation.
I willl provide the paper and the corrections it needs. I need for the corrections to be fixed. I will also provide the all of the references as I used them in the paper.
A. Explain what happened during the disagreement by answering the following questions:
• Describe the situation that led to the conversation.
• When did you realize that there was a disagreement during the conversation?
• Describe a bioreaction(s) that was experienced during the disagreement.
• How did the conversation end?
B. Analyze the conversation by answering the following questions:
• Using the four levels of the conversation meter, what level were you listening at, and what level was the other person listening at?
• Give examples of two factors that describe how you and they were listening in at these levels in the conversation meter: feelings, behaviors, language, or tone.
• What were your points of alignment or disagreement?
C. Reflect on how the conversation encouraged you to listen differently by answering the following questions:
• How could you have listened differently moving up the conversation meter, and what effect would that have had on the disagreement?
• How could you incorporate listening for needs, purpose, or concern to create value in the conversation (including describing what that would look like)?
• What have you learned about accuracy and authenticity that could be used to improve the conversation?
D. Demonstrate professional communication in the content and presentation of your submission.