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For example, if you write about the language of article one, you should also write about the language of article two in equal detail.

Your essay will be structured as a compare and contrast essay. Really, it will primarily focus on the contrasts, the differences between your two subjects: one fake news article and one legitimate news article on the same topic.
First, it will be up to you to find your two sources. A quick internet search should provide you with a short list of fake news sites. Legitimate new sources will come from publications that have good reputations.
It is important that your two articles, the fake one and the real one, are covering the same topic. This is what will allow you to contrast them. A compare and contrast essay is organized around parallel points, which means that when you cover one aspect of one article, you should cover the same aspect of the other article. For example, if you write about the language of article one, you should also write about the language of article two in equal detail. There should be an equal balance.
Here is what I am looking for in the final publish:
A well-developed introduction with a strong, focused thesis statement.
Paragraphs that begin with strong topic sentences stating the specific focus of each paragraph.
Close reading of the two articles demonstrated by paraphrase and quotation of evidence that supports your claims.
A well-developed conclusion that brings a fresh perspective to your essay.
Three to five full, double-spaced pages.
An MLA Works Cited page. This doesn’t count towards the total number of pages.
A final publish that is formatted professionally (in other words, no sloppiness) and is proofread for spelling and grammatical errors.

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The readings should be online but please tell me of they arent.

This essay has a lot of freedom please choose one or two of the readings then one of the prompts and just write about it. The readings should be online but please tell me of they arent.

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Passive voice (look for active verbs)

Words to avoid
cliché’s
You
Contractions
Weak verbs (do, get, says)
Fillers ( I think, believe, there is, there are)
Starting with Fanboys, for, and, nor, but, or, yet, and so
Always, never
A lot of things (be specific)
Passive voice (look for active verbs)
At the end of your narrative, you will then include one additional page where you step back and see the moment from another person’s perspective, a person who is also in your narrative. For example, if your narrative includes an interaction with a friend or family member

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Use the cse (council for science editors) citation-name format for your citations.

Use the article linked below. Read it and re-state it in your own words (paraphrase), using proper citations. That means that you must show a citation for every statement of fact that you use in your paraphrase, and you must include the formal reference for the article at the end. For your research papers you will be compiling information from different sources, not doing original research, so it is important that you be able to paraphrase correctly to avoid plagiarizing the work of the original authors. You should be able to adequately paraphrase this article in approximately one page of text.
Use the CSE (Council for Science Editors) citation-name format for your citations. This format is outlined at the following site: University of Wisconsin link http://writing.wisc.edu/Handbook/DocCSE_NameYear.html
(note: this is a different format than the one to be used for the research paper, this will allow you to use two different methods)
The assignment is due by Friday, September 23, 2022, and must be typed.
Use the article: Understanding and overcoming antibiotic resistance by Lauren A. Richardson, accessed at the following site.
https://journals.plos.org/plosbiology/article?id=10.1371/journal.pbio.2003775

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Avoid contractions

Essay 1 (25%): This essay should be 2 pages long. Shorter or longer essays are Not acceptable.
Please discuss one of the following themes for your short essay assignment: 1) the theme of madness “The Yellow Wallpaper”.Your short essay should Not be a summary of the story. It should be about two pages long and should show evidence of critical thinking and reflection. You do not need to use secondary sources for this essay. This essay is just an opportunity for you to explore one of the above topics in more detail.
Secondary sources are encouraged but not required.
The essay is due by Saturday evening of week 2.
—You can and should cite from the primary text (the story). Be sure to use appropriate in-text documentation. (Review MLA citation).
—This essay should have an introduction with a solid thesis, a body, and a conclusion.
Every essay should have a beginning (introduction, which clearly states the subject, goal, and thesis *statement* [the thesis is never a question; it is the answer to the question], and a brief map of your essay. Review: http://writingcenter.unc.edu/tips-and-tools/thesis-statements/ (Links to an external site.) ), middle (body, in which you cite evidence and use facts to support your thesis), and ending (conclusion: summarize and synthesize the evidence for your essay).
A few tips for formal writing:
Avoid contractions
Never use you/we/us
Avoid overuse of first person (I)
Avoid informal style and colloquial language
DOCUMENT EVERYTHING —if you look it up, you must document it
Make sure your works cited/bibliography has all the primary and secondary sources you have used
State the full title and author in the introductory paragraph
Develop a title personalized to your essay
Develop a coherent thesis/argument & reiterate this in your conclusion
For MLA style documentation help, review the Style Guide in Course Information

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The response can be direct and

Choose 2 out of 3 of the following narratives for the Summary and Response essay:
1. “Between the World and Me,” by Ta-Nehisi Coates, p. 23-27.
2. “Scholarship Boy,” by Richard Rodriguez, p. 27-34.
3. “From Educated,” by Tara Westover, p. 34-46.Description
A Summary Response contains an introductory summary paragraph of 2 articles
on the same topic, additional body paragraphs of evaluation and critical response to
the topic, and a concluding paragraph that reviews the arguments of the featured
authors, as well as states the opinion of the student. A Summary Response is
useful for researching a particular issue to prepare for writing research papers.
When writing a Summary Response essay, use your own words. Limited direct
quotations are appropriate; perhaps one quote per featured author. The Summary
should be 25% of the paper, and the Response should be 75%.
II. Structure
The steps for writing a Summary Response are:
A) Summary/Introduction Paragraph
1. The first sentence of the Summary Response should state the topic of
the articles.
2. The following sentences should include the titles and authors of the 2
readings.
3. The final sentence of the summary paragraph will state the thesis for
the response.
B) Body Paragraph (Summary and Response)
1. The introduction sentence should include the title, source and date of
publication, author’s name, and main idea of the article.
2. State the 1st author’s viewpoint in your own words as the topic
sentence of the body paragraph. Then, write a quick summary of the
story. (25% of your paragraph)
3. The response should refer to the author’s claim and be followed by
your reaction/response to that claim. The response can be direct and
or indirect. (75% of your paragraph)
Points will be taken off if the summary vs. response length is
unbalanced.
CESL, University of Cincinnati
C) Body Paragraph (Summary and Response)
1. The introduction sentence should include the title, source and date of
publication, author’s name, and main idea of the article.
2. State the 2nd author’s viewpoint in your own words as the topic
sentence of the body paragraph. Then, write a quick summary of the
story. (25% of your paragraph)
3. The response should refer to the author’s claim and be followed by
your reaction/response to that claim. The response can be direct and
or indirect. (75% of your paragraph)
Points will be taken off if the summary vs. response length is
unbalanced.
D) Conclusion paragraph
1. Finally, the response should conclude with a review of the author’s
arguments about the topic, as well as a review of the student’s point of
view. It should make connections between them based on the overall
debate of the issue.
III. Requirements
1. Length Requirement: 750 -1,000 words (around 3-4 pages)
2. Follow MLA formatting and citation rules (cite the 2 articles)
https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/747/01/
3. Use one inch margins, Times New Roman font, 12 size text; double
spaced and have page numbers
4. Have introduction sentences for the two articles including the titles,
sources and dates of publication, names of authors, and main ideas of
the articles

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It’s a narrative reponse and also chapter 11 from the book essencen of writing.

I have to write a paper from Russell Baker The art of eating spaghetti. And Narration by N. Scott Momaday. It’s a Narrative Reponse and also Chapter 11 from the book Essencen of Writing.

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You can just write down the answer do not delete any questions or direction that is included in the docx.

I attach the Peer Review Questions and the Peer Review Partners list file. Read all of the instructions carefully to ensure that you provide my partner adequate support.
Download the peer review questions to write the adequate support. Above instruction is from my professor. I will add the attachment all the instructions screenshot and instructions.
After you download the peer review question docx do not delete my professor’s questions. You can just write down the answer do not delete any questions or direction that is included in the docx.
Please highlight all the answers with the red color so that my professor easier to know and find the answer. This is due tomorrow so plz turn it in by tomorrow by 7pm thanks. Plz open all the files to view the instructions. The only you need to do is Paragraphs I, III, IV, and VII for the review. Do not complete the complete publish, you have to do the peer review only these four paragraphs.

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(1) summarize the article in 1-2 paragraphs

Prompt https://openlab.citytech.cuny.edu/millereng1101spr2019/files/2019/02/Minority-Student-Clubs-Segregation-or-Integration-2-copy.pdf
^ Moro’s “Minority Student Clubs: Segregation or Integration?”
(1) Summarize the article in 1-2 paragraphs
(2) Explain how Moro is putting her argument together.
Explain and identify what rhetorical appeals Moro is using. (Ask yourselves: why is Moro utilizing Ethos/Logos/Pathos here? What does the use of that appeal do for her argument and for her readers?)
Reminders
For this essay, the summary takes the place of the introductory paragraph
– One or two paragraphs summarizing Moro’s article (no more than two); this summary takes the place of your introductory paragraph.
a thesis statement that comes at the end of your summary (basic thesis statement: claim + 3 reasons)
three body paragraphs analyzing how Moro utilizes the appeals for her argument
a conclusion
– thesis statement will be at the end of your summary. The claim for this paper is how’s Moro putting her argument together, meaning that all ones needs to come up with are the reasons for the thesis:
In your thesis, if you’re not using the names of the rhetorical appeals, ensure that you include them in parentheses
The analysis portion of the paper (part 2) should be the majority of the paper.
Think of Ethos, Pathos, and Logos
Explain how the rhetorical strategies are being used (how are they meant to impact the reader and support her essay)
Use signal phrases to attribute ideas to the original author
Incorporate quotations properly
Every use of contraction and/or 1st/2nd person will result in a deduction of point(s). Up to three points can be lost total.
Requirements
Have a Works Cited page (look at Purdue OWL)
include the word count in the heading
no contractions (you’re, they’re, we’re, etc)
no first person or 2nd person
Follow MLA guidelines
Introduce the text properly, and summarize the text’s argument clearly and concisely
Use no more than 2-3 direct quotes

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Write a critical essay in which you discuss two works of literature you have read from the particular perspective of the statement that is provided for you in the critical lens.

Write a critical essay in which you discuss two works of literature you have read from the particular perspective of the statement that is provided for you in the Critical Lens.
In your essay, provide a valid interpretation of the statement, agree or disagree with the statement as you have interpreted it, and support your opinion using specific references to appropriate literary elements from the works.
“Although the world is full of suffering, it is full also of the overcoming of it”
-Helen Keller