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CAUSE-EFFECT#6 Cause-Effect essays deal with why certain conditions exist or com

CAUSE-EFFECT#6
Cause-Effect essays deal with why certain conditions exist or come into being. One analyzes why something happened. It is important not to generalize or make hasty conclusions. You must decide if the paper will only deal with a cause or an effect or both. This method of exposition is extremely important. We always seek to understand the world and the people around us. We analyze a situation so that we might better understand it. Remember this paper discusses why and not how something happened.

DIRECTIONS: Write a two to four page paper using the cause-effect method of exposition. It must be interesting and you should do a little outside reading. The essay must explain why something happened.

REQUIRED IN ESSAY:
1. Clear thesis statement – UNDERLINED.
2. UNDERLINE the topic sentences.
3. State whether the paper is cause or EFFECT on the OUTLINE page. (sent with essay)
4. Rough publish – detailed outline, creative title.
5. Tell who the audience is, state your position (teacher, scientist, comedian, etc.) in the outline. (you can pick but I feel like if the audience should be someone whos effected by drugs such as a drug addict or the drug addicts family)
6. Use either emphatic or chronological order.
7. In the conclusion–summarize the main points–restate them. Have an interesting, well-worded final sentence.
8. Have fun, while teaching me something new.
9. At least one source, indicate at bottom of last page.
(Please write in complete sentences on the outline, my last writer didn’t)
TOPICS
Drug Abuse

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CAUSE-EFFECT#6 Cause-Effect essays deal with why certain conditions exist or com

CAUSE-EFFECT#6
Cause-Effect essays deal with why certain conditions exist or come into being. One analyzes why something happened. It is important not to generalize or make hasty conclusions. You must decide if the paper will only deal with a cause or an effect or both. This method of exposition is extremely important. We always seek to understand the world and the people around us. We analyze a situation so that we might better understand it. Remember this paper discusses why and not how something happened.

DIRECTIONS: Write a two to four page paper using the cause-effect method of exposition. It must be interesting and you should do a little outside reading. The essay must explain why something happened.

REQUIRED IN ESSAY:
1. Clear thesis statement – UNDERLINED.
2. UNDERLINE the topic sentences.
3. State whether the paper is cause or EFFECT on the OUTLINE page. (sent with essay)
4. Rough draft – detailed outline, creative title.
5. Tell who the audience is, state your position (teacher, scientist, comedian, etc.) in the outline. (you can pick but I feel like if the audience should be someone whos effected by drugs such as a drug addict or the drug addicts family)
6. Use either emphatic or chronological order.
7. In the conclusion–summarize the main points–restate them. Have an interesting, well-worded final sentence.
8. Have fun, while teaching me something new.
9. At least one source, indicate at bottom of last page.
(Please write in complete sentences on the outline, my last writer didn’t)
TOPICS
Drug Abuse

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1. Annotated bibliography 2. Research Essay The instruction is in the file. You

1. Annotated bibliography
2. Research Essay
The instruction is in the file. You can use as many sources as you’d like. Feel free to message me if you need any adjustments to the order. I’ll make sure to do it right away.

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Assignment: For this rough publish, you must have at least 3 full pages in order t

Assignment: For this rough publish, you must have at least 3 full pages in order to receive full credit. In your rough publish for Paper 4, include the following (optional – can be labeled with headings): An abstract that details who you are writing to/for (list any relevant contact information), summarized in 1-2 sentences the problem you discuss, summarize in 1-3 sentences the solution you suggest, 1-3 sentences of your desired outcome from this proposal, why it is important, what your overall objective is An engaging introduction that properly introduces your topic, research question, and thesis that is underlined or highlighted in yellow Have working publishs of the at least two body paragraphs, incorporating your research and analysis that properly ties into your argument, your solution(s), challenges, etc. (refer back to the project description) Annotated Bibliography of at least 4 sources in MLA format (must include annotated paragraphs AND MLA citations) 3-5 “discourse generators” questions, concerns, or comments you have about your project Type them at the end of the essay.

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Argumentative essay, the thesis statement must be the topic, it has to have cita

Argumentative essay, the thesis statement must be the topic, it has to have citations.MLA format, It has to be TEAS,T-Topic sentence,E-Evidence,A-Analysis (Explaining what evidence is saying and how it connects back to the Topic sentence).

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Provide details, including cited direct quotes from the play.

This assignment will enable you to discover how a playwright’s use of elements such as character, dialogue, setting, plot, and time period work together to enhance the themes of a drama. You will conduct a close reading of your chosen drama and discuss the playwright’s use of these devices in his or her structuring and composition of the script. You will also incorporate at least one appropriate scholarly source into your analysis, ensuring that your included scholarly materials are directly relevant and applicable to your argument. Applying a close reading and composing a literary analysis will prepare you for the many texts that you will read, summarize, and discuss in your future studies and in the workplace.
Task:
Write an essay that explores how and why key elements such as character or symbols from the drama of your choice (Simply Maria, POOF! or “Thanksgiving”) relate to one or two of the themes from Unit 1 in a particular way, using at least one scholarly source. Review what you learned from Unit 4.1 Discussion – Exploring Themes in Drama. Some important contexts you may to consider are:
The dialogue
The setting
The plot
The cultural context
The time period in which the drama was written (vs. the one in which it is set, if applicable)
Review the pages Sample Play Analysis: Andre’s Mother, Sample drama paper outline, and the Starting Your Drama Analysis Essay as guidelines for how to approach your analysis.
Your essay should incorporate details and quotes from the play (using parenthetical documentation with the playwright’s name), integrate them logically and grammatically, and you should use your own words to elaborate on the function and meaning of the details and quotes you use as evidence.
Apply what you learned from (LO 2) Unit 4.2 Discussion – Applying a Lens to Your Drama Analysis by incorporating at least one quote or paraphrase from one of the literary theory research resources included in the course. These include Research Resources for Your Drama Analysis Essay, Resources to Help You With Your Lit Crit Discussion, Resources on Psychoanalytic Criticism, and Cultural and Gender-Focused Research Resources.
Be sure to include an in-text parenthetical citation for your sources as well as a bibliographic citation in MLA format for your Works Cited page.
Be sure to maintain an appropriate academic tone (no slang, second-person [“you,” “we”], contractions, etc.)
Leave time to submit your publish to Free Tutoring at Tutor.com for review. Your tutor can help with thesis and content development, organization, grammar, and mechanics. Don’t forget that you can submit your publish to Tutor.com multiple times during the revision process!
Please refer to the Purdue Online Writing Lab for MLA formatting and style guide.
Submit your final paper in the Unit 4 Essay: Analysis of a Play (under “Assignments”). Remember, your instructor will be able to see your Turnitin results – both your similarity percentage and any phrases or language that appear elsewhere, either online or in TurnItIn’s database of prior student work, so ensure that your work is scrupulous in its citations and adheres to the standards of academic honesty. Only appropriate scholarly sources are needed or encouraged and should be correctly cited. Plagiarism, as always, will not be tolerated. Please ask if you have any questions about citation or academic honesty.
When writing your essay, the goal is to demonstrate what spin the play has on one or two particular themes. Be specific about the ways the theme is used and how the play’s use of time period, character, dialogue, and setting develop a deeper meaning to the theme. Provide details, including cited direct quotes from the play. Don’t forget that you must comment on the quotes you use to explain why they are significant.
File submissions: Please submit your file as a .DOC, .DOCX, or .PDF file.
Grading Criteria:
The specificity and development of your synthesized ideas about the drama
Your supporting research, evidence, logic, and organization
The quality of your writing, to include paragraph development and organization: topic sentences, conclusions, transitions, etc.
Your engagement with the drama (how you explain your examples, your choice of supporting quotations) and your academic source (selection of appropriate paraphrase/quote that adds to your overall argument) and according citations
Length Requirement: 750-1,000 words

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However, an audience watching these movies separately would be unlikely to make this connection between the two.

Attached are the instructions
The (2) works of art that were submitted to be compared were the movies “Taken” and “Finding Nemo”. Each movie (piece of art) has the plot of an overprotective, single father that falls into a dangerous situation as they search for their abducted child. However, an audience watching these movies separately would be unlikely to make this connection between the two.
“Taken” summary: Bryan Mills (Liam Neeson), a former government operative, is trying to reconnect with his daughter, Kim (Maggie Grace). Then his worst fears become real when sex slavers abduct Kim and her friend shortly after they arrive in Paris for vacation. With just four days until Kim will be auctioned off, Bryan must call on every skill he learned in black ops to rescue her.
“Finding Nemo” summary:
Marlin (Albert Brooks), a clown fish, is overly cautious with his son, Nemo (Alexander Gould), who has a foreshortened fin. When Nemo swims too close to the surface to prove himself, he is caught by a diver, and horrified Marlin must set out to find him. A blue reef fish named Dory (Ellen DeGeneres) — who has a really short memory — joins Marlin and complicates the encounters with sharks, jellyfish, and a host of ocean dangers. Meanwhile, Nemo plots his escape from a dentist’s fish tank.

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When nemo swims too close to the surface to prove himself, he is caught by a diver, and horrified marlin must set out to find him.

Attached are the instructions
The (2) works of art that were submitted to be compared were the movies “Taken” and “Finding Nemo”. Each movie (piece of art) has the plot of an overprotective, single father that falls into a dangerous situation as they search for their abducted child. However, an audience watching these movies separately would be unlikely to make this connection between the two.
“Taken” summary: Bryan Mills (Liam Neeson), a former government operative, is trying to reconnect with his daughter, Kim (Maggie Grace). Then his worst fears become real when sex slavers abduct Kim and her friend shortly after they arrive in Paris for vacation. With just four days until Kim will be auctioned off, Bryan must call on every skill he learned in black ops to rescue her.
“Finding Nemo” summary:
Marlin (Albert Brooks), a clown fish, is overly cautious with his son, Nemo (Alexander Gould), who has a foreshortened fin. When Nemo swims too close to the surface to prove himself, he is caught by a diver, and horrified Marlin must set out to find him. A blue reef fish named Dory (Ellen DeGeneres) — who has a really short memory — joins Marlin and complicates the encounters with sharks, jellyfish, and a host of ocean dangers. Meanwhile, Nemo plots his escape from a dentist’s fish tank.

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Don’t forget that you can submit your draft to tutor.com multiple times during the revision process!

This assignment will enable you to discover how a playwright’s use of elements such as character, dialogue, setting, plot, and time period work together to enhance the themes of a drama. You will conduct a close reading of your chosen drama and discuss the playwright’s use of these devices in his or her structuring and composition of the script. You will also incorporate at least one appropriate scholarly source into your analysis, ensuring that your included scholarly materials are directly relevant and applicable to your argument. Applying a close reading and composing a literary analysis will prepare you for the many texts that you will read, summarize, and discuss in your future studies and in the workplace.
Task:
Write an essay that explores how and why key elements such as character or symbols from the drama of your choice (Simply Maria, POOF! or “Thanksgiving”) relate to one or two of the themes from Unit 1 in a particular way, using at least one scholarly source. Review what you learned from Unit 4.1 Discussion – Exploring Themes in Drama. Some important contexts you may to consider are:
The dialogue
The setting
The plot
The cultural context
The time period in which the drama was written (vs. the one in which it is set, if applicable)
Review the pages Sample Play Analysis: Andre’s Mother, Sample drama paper outline, and the Starting Your Drama Analysis Essay as guidelines for how to approach your analysis.
Your essay should incorporate details and quotes from the play (using parenthetical documentation with the playwright’s name), integrate them logically and grammatically, and you should use your own words to elaborate on the function and meaning of the details and quotes you use as evidence.
Apply what you learned from (LO 2) Unit 4.2 Discussion – Applying a Lens to Your Drama Analysis by incorporating at least one quote or paraphrase from one of the literary theory research resources included in the course. These include Research Resources for Your Drama Analysis Essay, Resources to Help You With Your Lit Crit Discussion, Resources on Psychoanalytic Criticism, and Cultural and Gender-Focused Research Resources.
Be sure to include an in-text parenthetical citation for your sources as well as a bibliographic citation in MLA format for your Works Cited page.
Be sure to maintain an appropriate academic tone (no slang, second-person [“you,” “we”], contractions, etc.)
Leave time to submit your draft to Free Tutoring at Tutor.com for review. Your tutor can help with thesis and content development, organization, grammar, and mechanics. Don’t forget that you can submit your draft to Tutor.com multiple times during the revision process!
Please refer to the Purdue Online Writing Lab for MLA formatting and style guide.
Submit your final paper in the Unit 4 Essay: Analysis of a Play (under “Assignments”). Remember, your instructor will be able to see your Turnitin results – both your similarity percentage and any phrases or language that appear elsewhere, either online or in TurnItIn’s database of prior student work, so ensure that your work is scrupulous in its citations and adheres to the standards of academic honesty. Only appropriate scholarly sources are needed or encouraged and should be correctly cited. Plagiarism, as always, will not be tolerated. Please ask if you have any questions about citation or academic honesty.
When writing your essay, the goal is to demonstrate what spin the play has on one or two particular themes. Be specific about the ways the theme is used and how the play’s use of time period, character, dialogue, and setting develop a deeper meaning to the theme. Provide details, including cited direct quotes from the play. Don’t forget that you must comment on the quotes you use to explain why they are significant.
File submissions: Please submit your file as a .DOC, .DOCX, or .PDF file.
Grading Criteria:
The specificity and development of your synthesized ideas about the drama
Your supporting research, evidence, logic, and organization
The quality of your writing, to include paragraph development and organization: topic sentences, conclusions, transitions, etc.
Your engagement with the drama (how you explain your examples, your choice of supporting quotations) and your academic source (selection of appropriate paraphrase/quote that adds to your overall argument) and according citations
Length Requirement: 750-1,000 words

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Don’t tell us what they feel (angry, sad, agitated) or what kind of person (kind, insecure, violent) they are, show us through their actions.

In this assignment, you will create an original character of your own invention, and write a one-page description of them doing a part of their daily routine.
Take creative risks with language by showing how your character feels and who they are without explicitly telling us. Don’t tell us what they feel (angry, sad, agitated) or what kind of person (kind, insecure, violent) they are, show us through their actions. What happens to their face, their body, their breathing, their thoughts, as they feel an emotion?
Take creative risks with language by using literary devices (metaphor, simile) and experimenting with language (run-on sentences, fragments). Outstanding work will match language with character, like how Tony Loneman uses similes to describe himself, but they are written with plain, straightforward language, and are never flowery or excessively wordy.