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Shakespeare, communication, and connecting to each other tedxtalk doug scholz-carlson .

A literary paper incorporating the theme of this course: Shakespeare’s influence on popular culture. Guidelines and requirements follow:
Prompt:
Please respond to the following quote by Ben Jonson, William Shakespeare’s contemporary: “He [Shakespeare] was not of an age, but for all time.”
Essentially, you will be discussing whether or not you feel Shakespeare is a force in Popular Culture in 2022. Feel free to agree or disagree, but it is important that you provide support and examples from your required textbook as well as from the videos listed.
Please use any of these videos (They can be accessed on youtube by searching the name)
Shakespeare, Communication, and Connecting to Each Other TedxTalk Doug Scholz-Carlson .
Shakespeare in Popular Culture, Ben Maylin .

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How does iago manipulate othello?

How does Iago manipulate Othello? Be specific and discuss his strategy and Othello’s response. https://shakespeare.folger.edu/downloads/pdf/othello_PDF_FolgerShakespeare.pdf

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Describe cassio.

Describe Cassio. How do you feel about him? https://shakespeare.folger.edu/downloads/pdf/othello_PDF_FolgerShakespeare.pdf

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How are these characters similar and different?

Essay 2: Compare and Contrast Essay [100 pts]Length: 650 wordsFormat: MLA Times New Roman Double Spaced (instead of your name, put your studentID)Final Draft Due: Thursday, November 3 A successful essay will have: A clearly stated thesis that argues for a specific connection between the how andthe what: the form and content of the poemo A thesis should introduce the subject, make an argument, and organize youressay. Effective analysis that smoothly integrates pertinent textual examples Clear and logical organization
Character Comparison EssayChoose two characters from Othello and write an essay explaining how the text constructsthese characters. How are these characters similar and different? How do these character’sinteractions with each other and other characters define them? And how do these characterstogether help to communicate a larger thematic meaning of the text as a whole?Consider character goals and motivations as well as their roles in society. You may wish toanalyze 2 or 3 of the following literary features within the play in order to help make yourargument: dialogue (monologue, soliloquy, dialogue), style (diction, syntax, poetry orprose), symbolism, imagery, tone, and irony

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Conclusion paragraph: final thoughts, summary, restatement

An analysis of The Man with the Twisted Lip
Introductory paragraph: background information about text. State the thesis statement.
Body paragraph (s): analysis
Conclusion paragraph: Final thoughts, summary, restatement
1. Format: Times New Roman, 12, spacing 1.5, margins 2,54cm, justified text, every paragraph should have indentation.

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Write a short response (ideally 1.5-2 pages double-spaced, 12-point font) that takes a strong position on the following question and uses effective analysis of quoted

Write a short response (ideally 1.5-2 pages double-spaced, 12-point font) that takes a strong position on the following question and uses effective analysis of quoted
evidence.
Who is the most complex character in Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night?

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For the writing reflections, students must turn in a half page of writing in blackboard for the appropriate assignment.

For the writing reflections, students must turn in a half page of writing in Blackboard for the appropriate assignment. In this writing, the student must explain what they think the work means, point out interesting points within the work that figure into the student’s understanding of the work, point out figurative language and explain the figurative language informs the topic and theme of the work. Students can also question things within the work and how specific language is used. This reflection should address each of the works individually; however, after analyzing each work, feel free to look at the group of works together as a whole.
This will be due at the beginning of class, and students will be expected to talk about their writings to further classroom discussion.