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Hello, this is my final for English. For the MLA formatting you can just put any

Hello, this is my final for English. For the MLA formatting you can just put anything as a place holder for the name and other heading I will download and do that. In this essay I am for pro-choice. I understand this is controversial but I do really need help. The sources must be scholarly and not of the general web. Thank You!

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Directions: write a multiple-paragraph essay on the prompt I was assigned and ma

Directions: write a multiple-paragraph essay on the prompt I was assigned and make sure to answer the prompt clearly and concisely. Make sure this is typed in MLA format (proper heading, double-spaced, etc.) I can′t use ″You″ or ″I″ in the essay, use formal language, and remember who your audience is.
Prompt: Although Fahrenheit 451 was published in the 1950s, Ray Bradbury makes uncanny predictions about the direction his civilization and culture were headed in ″the future.″ In a literary analysis essay, explain how Ray Bradbury uses figurative language and or/symbolism to emphasize that a society dependent solely upon technology will undoubtedly become more ignorant and lose their humanity.
Example thesis statement for the prompt: In the novel Fahrenheit 451, the author Ray Bradbury uses figurative language (or symbolism) in order to warn his society about the direction they were headed ″in the future″, a direction that would lead to an ignorant and desensitized society
1-5 Paragraphs
1) Intro: Start with background and/or hook (attention grabber), followed by the thesis statement (using the prompt and examples)
2) Body 1: This paragraph needs to show how Bradbury uses figurative language to prove the theme. This paragraph must include topic sentence, must lead-in (introduce) to quote, include the quote (cited correctly) that proves your topic sentence, and then an explanation of how that quote proves the point. I need two pieces of evidence and an explanation for each on.
3) Body 2: This paragraph needs to show how Bradbury uses figurative language to prove the theme. This paragraph must include topic sentence, must lead-in (introduce) to quote, include the quote (cited correctly) that proves your topic sentence, and then an explanation of how that quote proves the point. I need two pieces of evidence and an explanation for each on.
4) Body 3: This paragraph needs to show how Bradbury uses figurative language to prove the theme. This paragraph must include topic sentence, must lead-in (introduce) to quote, include the quote (cited correctly) that proves your topic sentence, and then an explanation of how that quote proves the point. I need two pieces of evidence and an explanation for each on.
5) Conclusion: This paragraph wraps up the essay. I need to end by restating the main point (s) in a unique way.

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Directions: write a multiple-paragraph essay on the prompt I was assigned and ma

Directions: write a multiple-paragraph essay on the prompt I was assigned and make sure to answer the prompt clearly and concisely. Make sure this is typed in MLA format (proper heading, double-spaced, etc.) I can′t use ″You″ or ″I″ in the essay, use formal language, and remember who your audience is.
Prompt: Although Fahrenheit 451 was published in the 1950s, Ray Bradbury makes uncanny predictions about the direction his civilization and culture were headed in ″the future.″ In a literary analysis essay, explain how Ray Bradbury uses figurative language and or/symbolism to emphasize that a society dependent solely upon technology will undoubtedly become more ignorant and lose their humanity.
Example thesis statement for the prompt: In the novel Fahrenheit 451, the author Ray Bradbury uses figurative language (or symbolism) in order to warn his society about the direction they were headed ″in the future″, a direction that would lead to an ignorant and desensitized society
1-5 Paragraphs
1) Intro: Start with background and/or hook (attention grabber), followed by the thesis statement (using the prompt and examples)
2) Body 1: This paragraph needs to show how Bradbury uses figurative language to prove the theme. This paragraph must include topic sentence, must lead-in (introduce) to quote, include the quote (cited correctly) that proves your topic sentence, and then an explanation of how that quote proves the point. I need two pieces of evidence and an explanation for each on.
3) Body 2: This paragraph needs to show how Bradbury uses figurative language to prove the theme. This paragraph must include topic sentence, must lead-in (introduce) to quote, include the quote (cited correctly) that proves your topic sentence, and then an explanation of how that quote proves the point. I need two pieces of evidence and an explanation for each on.
4) Body 3: This paragraph needs to show how Bradbury uses figurative language to prove the theme. This paragraph must include topic sentence, must lead-in (introduce) to quote, include the quote (cited correctly) that proves your topic sentence, and then an explanation of how that quote proves the point. I need two pieces of evidence and an explanation for each on.
5) Conclusion: This paragraph wraps up the essay. I need to end by restating the main point (s) in a unique way.

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Presenters discuss the selected text and pose thoughtful questions to their coll

Presenters discuss the selected text and pose thoughtful questions to their colleagues as a way of opening up intellectual conversation. The spirit of these presentations is a desire to contribute to the shared learning we are undertaking together.
Goals: Students will learn to analyze the assigned text, do research, and use critical questions to explore what the text tells us about its thematic concerns. Students will also learn how to formulate meaningful questions, manageable in scope and specific in focus.

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I have attached my intro paragraph I need that to be expanded and grammaticall

I have attached my intro paragraph I need that to be expanded and grammatically corrected I also attached the instructions and an interview that I conducted and need to be included in the paper

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Essay 3 (Research Paper) Timeline The outline should be structured EXACTLY li

Essay 3 (Research Paper) Timeline

The outline should be structured EXACTLY like this (copy and paste this into a Word document, and fill in the blanks):

I. Intro Paragraph (includes hook, summary, and thesis):

–Hook:
–2-3 sentences of “strategic summary” (this is where you summarize the main plot elements of the play, but choose your words carefully, paying attention to connotations so that you begin to persuade your reader before you reach your thesis):
–Thesis Statement/ Argument (What am I arguing for this paper? This should state your argument and your reasoning, and should not explicitly state the literary theory)

II. Body Paragraphs

A. 1st sentence: Main idea for 1st body paragraph (topic sentence)
1. quote from the play to support idea
2. analysis of quote (How does this quote help prove your paragraph’s argument?)
3. quote from outside source to support idea (from library databases)
4. analysis of quote
B. 1st sentence: Main idea for 2nd body paragraph (topic sentence)
1. quote from the play to support idea
2. analysis of quote
3. quote from outside source to support idea (from library databases)
4. analysis of quote
C. 1st sentence: Main idea for 3rd body paragraph (topic sentence)
1. quote from the play to support idea
2. analysis of quote
3. quote from outside source to support idea (from library databases)
4. analysis of quote

III. Conclusion
1. overview of thesis, topics discussed, identify importance

**IM CHOSSING FEMINIST THEORY**

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Presenters discuss the selected text and pose thoughtful questions to their coll

Presenters discuss the selected text and pose thoughtful questions to their colleagues as a way of opening up intellectual conversation. The spirit of these presentations is a desire to contribute to the shared learning we are undertaking together.
Goals: Students will learn to analyze the assigned text, do research, and use critical questions to explore what the text tells us about its thematic concerns. Students will also learn how to formulate meaningful questions, manageable in scope and specific in focus.

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For the final researched essay, you will develop a critical comparison of the th

For the final researched essay, you will develop a critical comparison of the themes (CHOOSE ONLY ONE THEME TO COMPARE/CONTRAST) of two of the pieces of literature you have read:
″The Yellow Wallpaper″ and The House of Mirth (options: gender politics/feminist movement, misogyny in all its forms, historical/cultural analysis in relation to the literature, or another topic with approval).
Master and Man and Call of the Wild (options: human fallibility and the impact on others (including dogs/nature), the humbling power of the natural world, or another topic with approval).
The House of Mirth and Invisible Man (options: social ″invisibility,″ differences in the sexes′/genders′ perceptions of events, or another topic with approval).
The Metamorphosis and The House of Mirth (options: asexuality/rejection of sexual norms (including LGBTQIA+ perspectives), the detrimental effects of self-imposed isolationism, alienation and its consequences for humans, or another topic with approval).
Requirements: Write a minimum 5-page (FULL PAGES), double-spaced, researched essay on one of the topics above. Conduct research of secondary sources (see the annotated bibliography assignment for guidelines on the sources) to help you develop a stronger understanding of your chosen topic. In addition, make sure to include at least five (one from each secondary source) quoted passages with signal phrases that effectively synthesize the other authors′ ″voices″ into the essay. Most importantly, develop a judgment (with supporting evidence) that expresses your specific reaction to how your chosen thematic concern plays out in the piece of literature; this will serve as your thesis statement.
Rough draft due for peer review: 12/4/2022, Sunday, 11:59pm, in the appropriate peer review discussion thread.
Peer review time frame: due 12/8/2022, Thursday, 11:59pm, in the appropriate peer review discussion thread.
Final Draft Due Date: 12/11/2022, Sunday, 11:59pm, in the corresponding drop box folder
Criteria for success:
1. Follow formatting and length guidelines.
2. Include a thesis statement that includes a judgment about one (only one) of the topics in the assignment desсrіption.
3. Write fully developed paragraphs that contain topic sentences, discussion, evidence, analysis, and summative comments. Avoid using long quotations as filler in place of discussion and analysis.
4. Make sure your topic sentences are judgments, and that they are related in some way to the overarching thesis statement.
5. Write effective introductions and conclusions.
6. Follow MLA formatting guidelines for in-text citations and the works cited page.
7. Effectively synthesize primary and secondary source materials into your essays with introductions/signal phrases.
8. Develop an effective writing style that employs active verbs, concise wording, and clearly articulated ideas. Avoid 2nd person, vague words (″things″), and shifts in perspective.
9. Follow standard written English rules for punctuation, grammar, sentence structure, and spelling.

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For the final researched essay, you will develop a critical comparison of the th

For the final researched essay, you will develop a critical comparison of the themes (CHOOSE ONLY ONE THEME TO COMPARE/CONTRAST) of two of the pieces of literature you have read:
″The Yellow Wallpaper″ and The House of Mirth (options: gender politics/feminist movement, misogyny in all its forms, historical/cultural analysis in relation to the literature, or another topic with approval).
Master and Man and Call of the Wild (options: human fallibility and the impact on others (including dogs/nature), the humbling power of the natural world, or another topic with approval).
The House of Mirth and Invisible Man (options: social ″invisibility,″ differences in the sexes′/genders′ perceptions of events, or another topic with approval).
The Metamorphosis and The House of Mirth (options: asexuality/rejection of sexual norms (including LGBTQIA+ perspectives), the detrimental effects of self-imposed isolationism, alienation and its consequences for humans, or another topic with approval).
Requirements: Write a minimum 5-page (FULL PAGES), double-spaced, researched essay on one of the topics above. Conduct research of secondary sources (see the annotated bibliography assignment for guidelines on the sources) to help you develop a stronger understanding of your chosen topic. In addition, make sure to include at least five (one from each secondary source) quoted passages with signal phrases that effectively synthesize the other authors′ ″voices″ into the essay. Most importantly, develop a judgment (with supporting evidence) that expresses your specific reaction to how your chosen thematic concern plays out in the piece of literature; this will serve as your thesis statement.
Rough publish due for peer review: 12/4/2022, Sunday, 11:59pm, in the appropriate peer review discussion thread.
Peer review time frame: due 12/8/2022, Thursday, 11:59pm, in the appropriate peer review discussion thread.
Final publish Due Date: 12/11/2022, Sunday, 11:59pm, in the corresponding drop box folder
Criteria for success:
1. Follow formatting and length guidelines.
2. Include a thesis statement that includes a judgment about one (only one) of the topics in the assignment desсrіption.
3. Write fully developed paragraphs that contain topic sentences, discussion, evidence, analysis, and summative comments. Avoid using long quotations as filler in place of discussion and analysis.
4. Make sure your topic sentences are judgments, and that they are related in some way to the overarching thesis statement.
5. Write effective introductions and conclusions.
6. Follow MLA formatting guidelines for in-text citations and the works cited page.
7. Effectively synthesize primary and secondary source materials into your essays with introductions/signal phrases.
8. Develop an effective writing style that employs active verbs, concise wording, and clearly articulated ideas. Avoid 2nd person, vague words (″things″), and shifts in perspective.
9. Follow standard written English rules for punctuation, grammar, sentence structure, and spelling.

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