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What characteristics does he share with each of them?

compare RolandLinks to an external site. to the other epic heroes we have encountered so far in the course, Gilgamesh and Odysseus.
What characteristics does he share with each of them?
How is he different from them?
Out of the three of them, whom do you feel is the most “heroic”? Why?
– Support your claims with specific examples from the text. Prove that you did the reading!

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Note: although the information you will learn may be more dynamic and eye-opening if you interview someone from a different country, remember, culture is defined by more than just geographical continents.

To complete this assignment, you will choose one person to interview who was raised in a culture different from your own.
You will conduct the interview by asking questions that help you to learn about the interviewee’s culture. You can create some of the interview questions on your own, but you will want to cover enough information to complete the Interview Analysis Assignment that follows the interview. Below you will see sample questions you can use or edit to fit your interaction.
Note: Although the information you will learn may be more dynamic and eye-opening if you interview someone from a different country, remember, culture is defined by more than just geographical continents.

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On your chosen date, you will read your summary to the class, and you will submit a copy of the summary on canvas.

For this assignment, select a scholarly article about any of our assigned readings or about a topic
closely related to one of our assigned readings. You will write a one-page summary of the article
in which you state the author’s thesis and the way that thesis is supported. Remarks on the
article’s critical approach to its topic and/or of relevant secondary points would be appropriate,
as well. You may also wish to offer your assessment of the article and how it can serve to inform
our class discussions of our assigned readings.

Your selected article must come from either a peer-reviewed journal or a book of collected
scholarly essays published by a university press.

On your chosen date, you will read your summary to the class, and you will submit a copy of the
summary on Canvas.

Your summary must adhere to the MLA Handbook, 9th edition.

You do not need a separate Works Cited page. The title of your summary should be:
Summary of … (the bibliographic entry of the source as it would appear in a Works Cited page)

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For this explication.

For this explication.
Professor is asking for an in-depth explanation about Chinese poetry.
I attached a file called “Chinese poetry”. In the file, it has a link to the website with hundreds of poems.
Choose anyone you want, and please tell me which one you picked.
Also, there are more attachments for the essay. Please take a look at the “Grading system” one, he’s really picky on the Bigger meaning and smaller meaning part.
Instructions for the essay is also in the attachments.

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By stating your point clearly in your introduction, and then referring back to it during your speech, you promote the cognitive strategies of emphasis, clarity, and conciseness, and help your audience to listen while meeting the expectations of the rhetorical context.

Thesis Statement
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A thesis statement is the main point or controlling idea of an essay or presentation and it defines your opinion or position on a specific topic. A thesis statement should be a short, specific sentence capturing the central idea of your speech. Steven Beebe and Susan Beebe recommend five guiding principles when considering your thesis statement.
The thesis statement should:
be a declarative statement;
be a complete sentence;
use specific language, not vague generalities;
be a single idea;
reflect consideration of the audience.
For example, if you plan to inform a general audience about the Ford Mustang, a good thesis statement might be, “Ford produced five ‘generations’ of the Mustang, each with a distinctive body style that audience members can learn to recognize.” If you plan to persuade a group of investors that a beachfront property could be threatened by rising sea levels, a good thesis statement might be, “Sea levels are predicted to rise because of global warming, and if these predictions are correct, the beachfront property my audience is considering investing in may be threatened.”
The thesis statement is key to the success of your speech. If your audience has to work to find out what exactly you are talking about, or what your stated purpose or goal is, they will be less likely to listen, be impacted, or recall your speech. By stating your point clearly in your introduction, and then referring back to it during your speech, you promote the cognitive strategies of emphasis, clarity, and conciseness, and help your audience to listen while meeting the expectations of the rhetorical context.
Writing Exercise: Developing a thesis statement
Choose five (5) topics from the list below and write a sample thesis statement for each. Include your initial publish along with the final revision. Reference Beebe’s guidelines above to help create an effective thesis statement.
Share and compare your results and observations with classmates.
Initial response 20 points Peer responses 10 points each (Maximum 20 points)
Should there be a law preventing cyber-bullying?
Should marijuana be legalized at the national level?
Self-driving automobiles
The impact of cybercrime in the business
Can everything be solar powered?
What is the future of the Internet?
Can virtual reality substitute for an actual reality?
How did cloud technologies change data storing?
How to motivate employees?
Modern work environments
How to achieve business leadership?
Important aspects of workforce regulations
Defining the targeted audience
Learning from home
Modern teaching methods
The efficiency of self-regulated schooling
Discrimination in education
Policing schools
Permit corporal punishment
What are the most successful anti-bullying programs at school?
What makes students cheat on exams?
The impact of the FERPA concept on education
Metal detectors at schools

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– your answer should be about 250 words.

Read the Sermon on the Mount (Links to an external site.). Then, read the Song of Roland (Links to an external site.). How far from early Christian ideals have these Christian soldiers in the Song of Roland come?
– Your answer should be about 250 words.
– Be specific about where in the text you see the soldiers either following or violating the ideals listed in the Sermon. Ideally, shoot for 3-5 examples.

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How he sacrificed his soldiers and why.

I need a deep thinking paper basically explaining what the Odyssey is about. It should include important points that explain why things in the book turned out the way they did. Things to include could be how the war effects the characters, how Odysseus was saved by the royals and he is said to be mourning for peneloupe. How he sacrificed his soldiers and why. Please include his journey and how he aims to self preserve. Also please speak about temptation and how Odysseus felt entiltied. Most characters should be included like the sirens, athena, calypso, etc. Please include as many examples as you can directly from the book. Thank you!

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Nathaniel hawthorne’s “the birth-mark”

Complete an annotated bibliography on these two works. Find scholarly sources dealing with both works. Cite the sources found discussing these two works and include a brief summary and evaluation of each.
Frederick Douglass’s Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass
Nathaniel Hawthorne’s “The Birth-Mark”

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Looking for argumentative thesis and textual analysis to support it , thesis is a big part of the grade, using turn it in to determine plagiarism score.

looking for argumentative thesis and textual analysis to support it , thesis is a big part of the grade, using turn it in to determine plagiarism score. write 5-8 pages about the text

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Word choice is at times imprecise and inactive (‘got’, ‘really’, ‘a lot’ .

A: Overview
For your first major assignment, you will develop an expository research paper that explores the concept of difference. Starting with the themes from our first readings, think about a specific group of individuals (or a cultural or artistic movement) that will allow you to define, describe, and analyze difference. Think about the ways a group is defined as different by others and/or by themselves. Examples could include people with disabilities, immigrant communities, religious cultures, professional groups or class differences. You could look at specific fandom cultures (Trekkies, . . .). For an artistic movement, you could, for example, look at graffiti artists. With an exploratory paper, your research may take you in many directions, even as you focus on a specific group within the framework of difference.
Developing a research question: An essential element of research is thinking about a question you would like answered through the course of your research. Here are some examples:
What does it mean to be part of cosplay culture, and how has this culture evolved?
What are the origins of punk culture, and how has it been defined?
What are the experiences of refugee communities in small towns?
How do students with disabilities experience college?
How is graffiti regarded in relation to more conventional art? What sets it apart as different? How does it challenge or confirm what defines art?

B: Purpose
The broad purpose of this paper is to develop research and analytical skills. In the course of the paper, you should describe the group you have chosen, discuss the ways in which this group is defined in terms of difference (for example, from within and outside the group, through stereotype, myth, contrast, and so on), and analyze the significance of your findings.

C: Requirements
Your paper should be around 1500 words.
While you may use a range of sources, including interviews, blogs, and so on, you MUST include a minimum of FOUR authoritative sources.
Your paper should be in APA format with a references page, in-text citations, and appropriate page layout.

D: Audience
Imagine your audience as people in an academic context (including but not limited to professors, other students, scholars interested in writing on the subject). The paper should sound like a thoughtful, formal conversation you are having with them. Academic readers are also inherently curious and skeptical: they ask tough questions, so make sure to use the best sources and to develop your thoughts clearly and with good support. This allows you to approach your topic so that others can truly “see” it and understand it, as well as your views on it and the research you have conducted.

E: Assessment
PLEASE NOTE: Papers submitted after the deadline will be given a 10 point penalty for each day late. You may submit papers no later than three days after the original due date. Papers will not be accepted after Monday, October 3 at 11:59 pm.

Your essay will receive points based on the following guidelines:
Excellent: This essay has a clear and insightful sense of purpose and audience. The controlling idea (thesis) shows depth of thought and is logically developed throughout the paper. The writer brings striking insights to her/his topic.
Good: The essay has a clear controlling idea, and the writer develops an analysis that shows some depth of thought.
Adequate: The essay has a controlling idea, but the purpose is not clearly expressed throughout.
Poor: The essay has a thesis that is too general, vague, or confused.
Failing: This essay does not have a discernible idea controlling the paper. Little or no sense of audience and purpose leaves the paper without a sense of direction.

Excellent: The structure of the essay is tightly controlled, following logically from the demands of the original research question and revealing a firm command over the reader’s expectations. The writer incorporates the required elements into a smoothly organized study.
Good: The essay has a strong sense of order: paragraphs are unified and coherent; transitions assist the reader’s progression from one point to the next. The essay effectively relates the required sections.
Adequate: The order of the essay is apparent. Paragraphs are well controlled, but not always unified. Transitions are functional.
Poor: Order and emphasis have little bearing on the thesis/purpose of the essay. Paragraphs are unorganized and underdeveloped. The essay is missing key sections.
Failing: The essay has no structure; paragraphing appears random and arbitrary.

Excellent: Support for the writer’s ideas is detailed, precise, vivid, and relevant. The writer has not settled for the obvious but impresses the reader with keen observations and insights. The writer handles sources carefully, offering concise, precise quotations as necessary and blending sources skillfully into the argument—the writer uses a wide range of sources and shows in-depth knowledge of the topic and sources.
Good: The essay’s points are developed with clear and at times vivid detail. Support for major ideas is ample with clear support from sources—the writer shows a good understanding of how to handle sources and blend them into an argument. The sources are relevant to the topic.
Adequate: The essay has evidence, most of which is directly relevant to the writer’s thesis. Rather than provide details, the essay usually settles for generalizations and characterizations. The writer tends to either overuse sources at times or does not always support ideas with clear references to sources. The sources need to show more breadth and depth.
Poor: Evidence is general and at times irrelevant or contradictory. The writer either “overquotes” throughout the paper or rarely refers to the sources. The writer has not adequately researched the topic.
Failing: The essay consistently dwells on generalization, while any details do not seem to contribute to any specific point/purpose. The paper is either a collection of quotations or the writer fails to use any sources throughout. The writer has failed to research the topic.

STYLE (40 points)
Excellent: Not only are sentences varied and forceful, but word choice is fresh, active, and precise. Tone complements the subject and distinguishes the writer. The essay contains very few mechanical errors (spelling, punctuation)–none of which detract from the exposition of ideas.
Good: The sentences are correct and varied; word choice is clear and active. The tone fits the audience, and the writer’s voice is distinct. The essay may have occasional mechanical errors, but none of them are serious or distracting.
Adequate: Sentences are correct but do not show a high degree of variation. Word choice is at times imprecise and inactive (‘got’, ‘really’, ‘a lot’ . . . ). The essay has some punctuation and spelling errors.
Poor: Sentences lack organization and variety. Word choice is vague and misleading. The tone is inconsistent or inappropriate. The essay shows difficulties with the mechanics of writing.
Failing: Serious problems with the mechanics of writing and frequent errors.

Excellent: The writer applies APA documentation style with only very minor errors.
Good: The writer shows an overall understanding of documentation with some consistent but minor errors.
Adequate: The writer applies the basics of documentation style but has some major missing elements or some consistent major errors.
Poor: The writer’s use of documentation seems haphazard, and the paper is missing some major elements.
Failing: The writer fails to follow any clear documentation style.