Locate at least seven articles on your topic. At least four articles should come from scholarly journals or credible trade journals.You should use OneSearch through UMUC’s Library and Information Services or individual databases through the library for your research. Write a synthesis of the articles. The synthesis will be 1000-1400 words.
Discussion Questions 1) Do you find Creon’s new law just? Why or why not? 2) Thinking outside of the world of Antigone, if you find a law to be unjust, do you have a moral obligation to disobey it? Do you have a moral obligation to society to follow the law even if you do find it unjust? 3) In creating the new law, Creon may be thinking about the safety of the city from future attacks. If he is trying to make an example of Antigone’s brother, is it wrong for Antigone to risk the safety of everyone in […]
Background: Complete this Discussion after you’ve read Brummett’s “Three Meanings of Epistemic Rhetoric” and the instructions for Practicum #1. As you read Brummett, look up the definitions of any words unfamiliar to you. Read and reread, making notes and converting his words into your own. Additionally, consider these general definitions of two important terms: Epistemic: Of or related to the study of gaining knowledge, understanding, and truth (or TRUTH). Rhetoric: Synonymous with discourse, communication, argument, and persuasion. If you took WRD 110, 111, or 112 at UK, you might have used the text Everything’s an Argument. Remember that we’re often […]
Activities • Read EAA pgs. xiviii-liii and Chapters 5 and 7 • Read TSIS Chapters 7-8 read this week’s lectures and then watch • Post Mapping the Issue draft to Discussion Activity 9 by Tuesday 06/19/18 and respond to at least two peer drafts by Thursday 06/21/18 • Post response to Discussion Activity 10 by Thursday 06/21/18 and respond to at least two peer postings by Saturday 06/23/18 • Submit Mapping the Issue Paper by Saturday 06/23/18
In your view, which are the most crucial learner´s variables in language learning? How do cater for those in the population you teach (virtual English learners from 14 years and up? Explain. Mention sources as needed. (Others documents can be used not only the attached files)
Now it’s time to put what we’ve discussed together and map out your own field of interest in the discussion board down below. We’re using the discussion board this time to display our work as a class and to have each other’s work as resources/guides if our interests overlap. However, this time, we will not be responding or “discussing” our entries. We’ll just use the board to showcase what we find. To Reply… complete the following section below feel free to copy and paste the table below OR create your own table in MS Word/Google Docs to help format please […]
Critical analysis journal Monzaemon’s play, The Love Suicides at Amijima, and Menglong’s short story, Du Tenth Sinks the Jewel Box in Anger, involves the idea of life as a journey. What roadblocks do Li Jia’s family and society create that prevent him from achieving the moral growth that Jihei and Koharu eventually achieve? (Format example of dialogic journal attached)
I had to make a power point presentation about a company (in a group). We have chosen to do SWOT analysis of Amazon. Task: Write a 750-word self-reflective journal on the following topic: ‘Reflect on the process of your group presentations. Identify and critically evaluate the strategies used, and indicate how you will address areas for development.’ Questions that could help you think about this evaluation could be – what was positive/negative about the experience, why was it positive/negative, what did you learn from the situation and would you do it differently if you had to do it again. Use […]
Short Answer questions: Be sure to include text evidence in order to receive full credit for your answer. In “The Pardoner’s Tale,” how does the Pardoner use his story to accumulate wealth for himself? What does this say about him? What is ironic in the words used by the narrator to describe the Summoner in “The Prologue” to The Canterbury Tales? You’d meet none better if you went to find one. / Why, he’d allow—just for a quart of wine— / Any good lad to keep a concubine. (ll. 666–668) In what way is the character of Sir Gawain different […]
Descriptive writing paper approximately 500 words two pages in length MLA or Chicago style must be cited in one of these formats, online references should be from .org or edu or .gov or from an accredited journal Instructions are Define Describe give an example or examples and explain the purpose as well as the style of the illuminated manuscripts produced by the Persians and provide examples.