You will write a movie review on the film of your choice relevant to the topics and time period of the course (pre-colonization to 1877). Guidelines for this assignment as well as a sample are available on Canvas. This is the major writing assignment for the course, and it is worth approximately 1/4 of your grade, therefore it should be taken seriously. If you have any questions regarding this assignment, don’t hesitate to ask your professor. Your Movie Review is due NO LATER than 11:55pm on March 31, 2019.
Submit your Portfolio Topic to your instructor for preliminary approval. Provide reasons for your choice. Your submission should contain no more than 1 page of content, framed by a cover page and references page. DEAR WRITER MY CHOSEN TOPIC FOR THIS ASSIGNMENT IS Describe the significance of the presidential election of November 4, 2008, of Barack Obama.
You may choose to discuss the two stories alongside each other in your essay (comparing and contrasting) or write about them one at a time (devoting half of your essay to each). For your essay, choose two of the following short stories to read and discuss: James Baldwin, from The Fire Next Time, 1963 Isaac Bashevis Singer, The Cafeteria, 1968 Joan Didion, Goodbye to All That, 1967 Ralph Ellison, New York, 1936, 1986 F. Scott Fitzgerald, My Lost City, 1932 Langston Hughes, When the Negro Was in Vogue, 1940 Jane Jacobs, from The Death and Life of Great American Cities, […]
All the information about the paper are mentioned in the file attached below. But still I will be more specific. This is government assignment and must choose a governmental issue topic of United States of America. -Minimum 3 different sources ( newspaper would be great). There should be incite quotation on APA format. -Abstract is not needed but paper must be started with cover page all double spaced including title, students name, course name, professor’s name and due date. -Running header should be on with title and page number. -Paper must include introductory section, following with pros and then next […]
Non-Western Empires By the fifteenth century the non-Western world had seen the rise and fall of many great empires. In China, the glory of the Tang Dynasty had given way to the Yuan, and the Ming, opening up trade with the world along the flourishing Silk Road. In Southeast Asia, the Srivijaya flourished and the mighty Khmer Empire built massive temples and fortresses throughout the jungles of the region, nothing had been seen like it before on earth. Beginning during the fifteenth century, three great Islamic Empires expanded their power and territory, building impressive states across the Middle East and […]
(TCO 5, 6) Identify and analyze the Third Russian Revolution of 1928-1929. Use historical examples to support your answer. In what ways was the Third Revolution as significant as the first two revolutions of 1917? How successful were Stalin s collectivization policies and the first Five-Year Plan by 1932-33? Compare and contrast German Nazism and Stalin’s Soviet Communism (Stalinism). What were the similarities and differences between these two political ideologies? Use historical examples to support your answer. Identify and describe two causes of the Second World War. Then analyze significant ways in which World War II changed the world. Make […]
This week you read about the women’s suffrage movement and the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA), two major efforts to establish equal rights for women in the United States. In your discussion post, address the following: Choose a sentence or short section from the article in your reading about the women’s suffrage movement. Quote the sentence or section in your post. Along with this sentence or section, briefly explain how your choice illustrates the concept of historical causality. In one or two sentences, summarize the author’s thesis statement about the ERA. To support your answer, quote one of two sentences from […]
Week 4 Short Responses – Question 1 Consider the examples of different audiences below. For each one, describe how you would adjust your writing for that particular audience. Be sure to respond to the question in four to six complete sentences, using proper grammar. Specifically address the following points: How formal should your tone be? What level of detail should you provide? What is this audience looking for in your essay—basic information or detailed arguments? Your best friend People reading a newspaper editorial you’ve written Your professor The audience at a conference where you are presenting Audience and Message (Question […]
Choose one social group or group of people in Christian Europe (knights, aristocrats, women, artisans, or serfs, for example). Research their social status and daily lives and then write about your findings.