The paper might be: a) A thoughtful, creative look at the research in a well-defined area; b) A summary of literature on a particular topic followed by a discussion of implications for the second language classroom. c) A plan for a research study that would be conducted at some future date; etc.
Using the peer review worksheet, respond to at least two peer drafts by Thursday. After reading your peer’s draft, respond to the questions on the worksheet and then save the document to your computer. Reply to each peer draft by responding to the draft posting and attaching the completed peer worksheet to your reply. When responding to each draft, be positive and offer constructive criticism. Avoid negative comments. You also should refrain from answering with “yes” and “no” responses. You must provide at least 2-4 sentences for each point in order to be eligible to receive full credit. Also, if […]
answer these 3 questions 1) Having read the play before watching it, what design elements surprised you? For example, was there a visual element of the production that you imagined differently or was there a visual element you thought didn’t work for this production? 2) What visual elements did work for this production? Was there a visual element that increased your understanding of the play? 3) Do you view any of the characters differently after watching the play as opposed to reading it?
For your next Discussion Board post, choose Hills like White Elephants plot the story on Freytag’s Pyramid, and identify the character types, setting, conflict(s), symbols, and theme. Afterward, read at least two responses from your classmates and respond to their posts.
its a 2 assignment first one is introduction paragraph which should be 8-10 sentences and other one is question answer and there is 4 question each answer should be 75-150 words 1) Select one of the thesis statements listed below and develop an introductory paragraph that fits the selected thesis statement. The thesis statement that you select from the list below must be the last sentence of your introduction paragraph: a) Video games help students because they teach problem solving skills and improve hand-eye coordination. b) Video games hurt students because they decrease individual’s attention span and damage eye sight. […]
Annotated Bibliography Instructions The annotated bibliography is an overview of your sources and your research progress. You must include at least 5 sources. You will provide a full works cited entry and answers to the following questions for each source: What type of source is it (primary, secondary, scholarly, etc.)? How do you know? Why do you think it is a credible source? How will you use it in your paper? How does it relate to other sources? Your answers in the annotated bibliography can be brief, but they need to be specific and substantial; make sure you explain them.
The attached handout explains the writing strategies associated with each rhetorical appeal (ethos, logos and pathos). Read the handout and chapter 6 before you attempt this assignment. using the same article from Step 3 (I’ll send you the link go that article), identify at least 3-4 examples of each of the three rhetorical appeals – ethos, logos, and pathos. For each example that you identify, be sure to specify the “type” of writing strategy it represents as well. See the examples provided in the handout.
Assignment 3: Grant Proposal Most working scientists, at some point in their careers, take part in some kind of grant writing to fund their research. If you get your PhD from OU’s department of Biology, for example, you’re required to write a grant as part of your exams to prepare to fund your future research. Your job in the popular outreach assignment is to research a problem, research possible solutions, and write a short grant proposal to receive funding for a solution of your own. During the school year, I normally make students choose and research their own problem of […]
http://www.nytimes.com/2013/10/20/sunday-review/my-selfie-myself.html you gonna read this article adn write a summery. Tips for Summarizing Read the article as many times as necessary to gain a full understanding of it. Do not interject your personal opinion into any summary. No first person (“I” statements) are allowed (save these for the response portion). Always name the author (full name) and the article or essay title in the introductory paragraph, usually in the first or second sentence. After introducing the author with his/her full name, refer to him/her by last name throughout rest of summary. Always use present tense to discuss the article and […]
Do research using 4 online articles of your choice to answer the question “What makes a Hero?”. Fill out the provided graphic organizer, web quest chart, and notecards over the articles. (Chart, organizer, and notecard will be provided in private messages as PDFs when the assignment has been accepted.) 1. Use the graphic organizer. Focus on the type of informational text represented, e.g., news article, interview, travel article, editorial, biography, etc. List some characteristics or features of the text, such as quotes, interviews, descriptions of places or objects, statistics, images, personal experiences, etc. Identify the main idea of the text […]