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Please follow the instructions on the assessment 1 instructions attachment. This

Please follow the instructions on the assessment 1 instructions attachment. This assignment requires the attached thesis worksheet to be filled out. I also attached the rubric.

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Need a 1 page response from article attached for my English Composition class in

Need a 1 page response from article attached for my English Composition class in 12th grade.
Questions needed to be answered:
1. Have you observed a decline in marriage rates or attitudes that may suggest a continued decline? Based on the information provided in the article, What do you believe is the main reason for a decline in marriage rates in the U.S.
2. Think about your plans for the future and how they correlate to the information provided in the article. Do you see yourself getting married? Why or Why not? What factors will influence your decision?
3. How do you think a decline in marriage rates might impact society in the United States?

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Provide an analysis of the excerpt of the memoir “Learning to Read” Download “L

Provide an analysis of the excerpt of the memoir “Learning to Read” Download “Learning to Read”from The Autobiography of Malcolm X. This is not a summary; make sure that you offer an interpretation of the memoir and that you “read between the lines” in order to address each aspect of analysis:
Audience
Purpose
Content
Mood
Style
Structure

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Consider the terms vague, ambiguity and generality How are vagueness, ambiguity

Consider the terms vague, ambiguity and generality
How are vagueness, ambiguity and generality used in politics or in law in order to achieve a desired outcome?
What are some examples of how this might be applied in your future career?
Include an example or two from current events that demonstrates the use of vagueness, ambiguity and generality. Feel free to share an article, a screenshot of a social media post, a video, etc.

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Please use “Task 6” and “Blank Lesson Plan Template” to complete the assignment.

Please use “Task 6” and “Blank Lesson Plan Template” to complete the assignment.
I have included “Task 5” as a reference for the writer to look at.

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Attached is annotated bibliography Attached is instructions Here is basic outl

Attached is annotated bibliography
Attached is instructions
Here is basic outline
Introduction with thesis.
Admission rates in higher colleges that have free tuition
Give an example from the Vice article by Bernie Sanders referring to admission rates.
Give examples from Christ’s article discussing the population who receive free tuition at UC Berkely.
Free college all, not just target groups.
Reference Douglas-Gabriel’s example of what the Obama administration did
Reference Carnevale et al. and the plan of the Biden administration to make community college accessible to all
Opponents of tuition-free college
Cooper’s article and a quote of someone being against it
Opponents of free tuition come from an emotional place, not logical
If education for all Americans were free, there would be a higher admissions rate which would, in turn, benefit the economy.

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In a minimum of 500 words, write a short literacy narrative about yourself. Lit

In a minimum of 500 words, write a short literacy narrative about yourself. Literacy narratives can often have slightly different focuses, so you have a small amount of room for creativity, but they primarily deal with detailing a person’s path to reading and writing (education and experiences as a reader) and/or the impact that reading and writing has on their lives. Keep in mind that the focus here is on “literacy” (the act of reading and/or writing) and not as much on “literature” (which we’ll be talking about in class). Your literacy narrative can involve your experiences with various “great” books, but it will more likely encompass your experiences with a variety of texts, from internet reading, to newspapers, to comic books, to whatever you tend to read or even write in your spare time.

The organization of your paper will depend on the focus you want the essay to take. If you are writing about your experience becoming literate (learning to read and write).

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Attached is the link for the textbook for the appendix of Schilb, John and John

Attached is the link for the textbook for the appendix of Schilb, John and John Clifford. A Brief Guide to Arguing about Literature, 3rd
Edition. –> https://anyflip.com/akad/fjra/

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A 5–10 paragraph critical analysis essay in response to the following essay ques

A 5–10 paragraph critical analysis essay in response to the following essay question:
How is the concept of resilience developed in your novel (Life of Pi) and two other texts (Poem “I, Too” and Hamlet) from the course?
A completed outline will provide. Please only use the quotations in the outline. Thank you.

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Your narrative must be 500 to 800 words (approximately 2-3 pages) in length. Ass

Your narrative must be 500 to 800 words (approximately 2-3 pages) in length.
Assignment guidelines must be followed or your submission will not be graded.
Double-space the essay and use one-inch margins.
Use an easily-readable 12-point font.
All writing must be appropriate for an academic context.
Your narrative must be original and written for this assignment.
Plagiarism of any kind is strictly prohibited.
Your submission must include your name, the name of the course, the date, and the title of your composition.
Your submission must include both your narrative and your answers to the “Think About Your Writing” questions.
Submit only a single file that contains all of the assignment components.
Acceptable file formats are .doc and .docx.
A. Instructions
Choose a topic that enables you to tell a short, interesting personal story. Your story can be funny, suspenseful, meaningful, or exciting, but it must focus on one event. For example, if you decide to write about traveling to Denmark, you should not write about the entire trip. Choose one event (e.g., an afternoon you spent bicycling on an island, or your first taste of smoked herring, or your visit to the childhood home of Hans Christian Anderson) and tell a detailed story that focuses on that event.
The following are some ideas that can help you to select a topic for your story:
• Firsts: Think of a “first” in your life and describe that moment in detail.
• Proud Moment: Choose a moment when you felt proud about an accomplishment.
• Adversity: Describe a time when you had to think or act quickly to overcome a challenge.
• Travel: Recall a memorable experience you had while visiting an interesting place.
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B. Think About Your Writing
Below your completed narrative, include answers to all of the following reflection questions:
1. Which narrative techniques did you use to bring your story to life? (2-3 sentences) Did you use vivid description, sensory details, and/or dialogue to engage readers? Provide two examples from your essay in which you “show” readers rather than “tell” them. EXAMPLE: A sentence such as “I glanced at the clock, grabbed my briefcase, and sprinted for the elevator” uses more descriptive language than simply saying, “I was running late for the meeting.”
2. How did your purpose and audience shape the way in which you wrote your narrative? (3-4 sentences) : Your hypothetical audience extends beyond the people who will evaluate your narrative. Which individuals or groups were you addressing when you wrote your narrative, and how did consideration of your audience and your purpose influence the way in which you wrote it?
3. Provide a concrete example from your narrative that shows how you have written specifically for this audience and purpose. (3-5 sentences) : Consider including a quotation from your essay and explaining how it was written to appeal to your audience, and to accomplish your purpose. Alternatively, you might describe a theme, tone, or narrative technique that you used and explain how it was intended to appeal to your audience and achieve your purpose.
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C. Narrative Guidelines
Narrative Focus and Flow
❒ Are all of the details in your story relevant to your purpose?
❒ Are the events presented in a logical order that is easy to follow?
❒ Is your story 500-800 words in length? If not, which details do you need to add or subtract?
Narrative Structure
❒ Is there an opening paragraph that introduces the setting, characters, and situation?
❒ Are there middle paragraphs that describe the progression of events?
❒ Is there a closing paragraph that provides a thorough resolution to the story?
Narrative Language and Techniques
❒ Have you incorporated narrative language and techniques (e.g., figurative language, concrete and sensory details, dialogue, and vivid description)?
❒ Can examples of narrative language and techniques be found throughout your story, or are they only evident in some places?
Conventions
❒ Have you double-checked for correct grammar, punctuation, spelling, formatting, and capitalization?
❒ Have you proofread to find and correct typos?
Before You Submit
❒ Have you included your name, date, and course in the top left corner of the page?
❒ Have you answered all of the “Think About Your Writing” questions?
❒ Is your essay between 500 and 800 words in length (2-3 pages)?