two separate papers. I chose Maya Angelou and Dorothy Height. The paper has to be in the exact format listed below.Individual AssignmentsOutline for the paperI. Date and Place of Birth and DeathII. Early Childhood LifeII.2. Family BackgroundIII. Educational BackgroundIV. Occupational BackgroundV. Lifetime AccomplishmentsVI. Major events of LifeVII. Effects/impact on Society, historical significantViii. Major WorksVIII. Conclusion two separate papers. I chose Maya Angelou and Dorothy Height. The paper has to be in the exact format listed below.Individual AssignmentsOutline for the paperI. Date and Place of Birth and DeathII. Early Childhood LifeII.2. Family BackgroundIII. Educational BackgroundIV. Occupational BackgroundV. Lifetime AccomplishmentsVI. Major events of LifeVII. Effects/impact on Society, historical significantViii. Major WorksVIII. Conclusion
Assignment 1: Memory Techniques Discussion
Discussion Rules of Engagement:
Be polite and professional.
Keep an open mind.
Keep personal information personal.
Issue complaints privately.
Before You Begin…
To successfully complete your assignment, you should have completed the following tasks:
From your textbook, Keys to effective learning: Study skills and habits for success, read:
Critical and creative thinking: Solving problems and making decisions
Memory: Maximizing recall for test success
Reading and studying: Focusing on print and online materials
Review materials under the topic of “Memory Techniques”
For this assignment, refer back to the memory techniques you learned this module. Try some of these techniques to see what works best for you.
Choose any three of the following of the mnemonic devices you learned about: jingles, sentences, words, story lines, acronyms, or pegging. Pick methods that are new or not very familiar to you.
Then, try out the three methods to memorize any information that you want to remember later. For example, you could use the following:
Material that has been covered in this course so far
Information from a book (such as a textbook)
A list of vocabulary words and their definitions (either in English or in a foreign language)
A list of telephone numbers
Any other information that you always wished you could remember
After you think you have memorized the information, test yourself 30 minutes later, then a few hours later, and if you are working on this assignment ahead of the due date (as you are always encouraged to do), a day later.
On the basis of the above activity, write a response in approximately 300 words in which you:
Name and describe the three memory techniques you selected.
Compare and contrast the effectiveness of the different techniques with one another and with any memory techniques you used before this assignment.
Explain whether you find that your preferred memory technique coincides with your learning preference that you identified in Module 1.
Describe which technique(s) you will use in the future and why.
By the due date assigned, post your response to this Discussion Area.
Feel free to share any other memory techniques you have found useful.
Make sure that you check your response for spelling, grammar, and punctuation before posting.
Through the end of the module make sure you have provided substantive comments to at least two of your classmates’ posts. (This does not include your responses to their comments about your own initial post.)
Quality of initial posting, including fulfillment of assignment instructions
Quality of responses to classmates
Frequency of responses to classmates
Reference to supporting readings and other materials
Language and grammar
topic: to persuade the audience to go traveling
times new roman, size 12, bibliography should be two pages or less, if you are using four sources!! NEEDS TO BE DONE IN 2 HOURS!!!
alphanumeric outline needs to be done on a different sheet and should be based on the persuasive bibliography essay
The “AGUIRRE, THE WRATH OF GOD (1972)”, so please read the assignment carefully. the discussion question I chose is ” The Emperor is well fed while the other men go hungry. Why not a more equal distribution of his food?”
the assignment is in end of the paper.
In this assignment you will be rewriting and critiquing the proposal provided HERE(also in attachments). There are at least six improvements to be made in the document. Your job is to identify the six improvements and then, using track changes, rewrite or fix the error. Also, using the comments tool, give a brief explanation to why it is wrong and why you fixed it the way you did. Note: If your word processing program does not have track changes, you will need to insert comments in brackets using red font at the improvement location.
In your document, you should:
Identify at least six proposal weaknesses using track changes.
Include a critique paragraph of at least 150 words at the end of the document.
Discuss improvements for each of the weaknesses in your critique.
Ensure both the comments and critique are concise and error-free.
Your assignment must follow these formatting requirements:
Be typed, double spaced, using Times New Roman font (size 12), with one-inch margins on all sides; references must follow APA or school-specific format. Check with your professor for any additional instructions.
Include a cover page containing the title of the assignment, the student’s name, the professor’s name, the course title, and the date. The cover page and the reference page are not included in the required page length.
Watch this video
Find an article from a credible news source reporting on a current event. Identify any direct or indirect role of privilege, power or difference from the article. Please include a link to your article in your post. Please be sure to reference the video of Tiffany Jana, directly connecting her ideas to the article you choose. The length of this post should be at least two paragraphs.
Burgeoning Communications Inc.. (2009, January 8). Persuasive Appeals – Do It With Feeling!. Retrieved February 23, 2014, from http://www.communicationstraining.ca/blog/persuasive-appeals-do-it-with-feeling.html
Persuasive essays. (n.d.). Cambridge University Press.
Module 4 Case is a Persuasive essay in which the writer encourages the reader to give in some way to a worthy cause. The writer must first select a licensed not-for-profit organization with a web presence before identifying a specific audience and appeal(s). Please note that giving comes in all shapes and sizes and not just financial contributions.
A significant part of persuasive writing is appeal. Various appeals in your essay may be used to encourage your target audience to act. It may be helpful to imagine you’re writing a persuasive speech in which you must capture your audience’s attention, reel them in with specific details (and appeals), and then seal the deal with the close in which you leave them with a lasting impression.
As always, a well-organized essay has a beginning, middle, and an end. The beginning, or introduction, should include an opening sentence to grab your reader’s attention. Follow the opening sentence with a brief background on the organization or cause. The last sentence of the introduction is the thesis statement. The thesis statement would likely be the ways in which your reader can “give.”
A well-supported essay includes supporting points, details, and examples. For this essay, you must decide the best way to organize the body of the paper. Each body paragraph must have a topic sentence that states the main point of the paragraph. Perhaps each paragraph could explain in detail the specific ways to give.
This essay must include no less than FOUR SOURCES (the organization’s website may be one).
This essay must include no less than EIGHT citations and should be a combination of direct quotations and paraphrased quotations with or without the author’s name.
Please note that copying information word-for-word from a website is plagiarism. It is important that you use the information and cite accordingly. Plagiarism is a serious offense and grounds for failure. Please ask any questions before submitting questionable work.
The conclusion typically summarizes the main points of the essay and/or closes with a lasting impression. This might be a great place to explain to your reader the value of giving as well as provide contact information to get involved.
The essay must also include a Reference List that includes the website used (as well as others, if applicable).
Be sure to proofread your essay and edit for proper grammar, punctuation, diction (word choice), and spelling, as errors in sentence skills will lower a final grade. A grade will be determined based on the Module 4 Case expectations and the Trident University General Education rubric for English.
Papers must be double-spaced in Times or Times New Roman font (12 cpi) with standard one-inch margins.
While the first person “I” is not typically used in a formal essay, it may be used if you have a personal connection to the organization as credibility can be an effective tool in persuasion.
Write a persuasive essay (no less than SIX pages in length) that encourages the reader to “give.”
Demonstrate the ability to make and support a Persuasive claim in a well-supported, organized, and cohesive essay.
Demonstrate an understanding of audience appeals and the ability to use appeals effectively in persuading the reader
Module 4 SLP should be completed before the Module 4 Case.
1. Prepare a rough draft for the essay assigned for the Module 4 Case.
2. Prepare a References Page for the essay assigned for the Module 4 Case.
SLP Assignment Expectations
Prepare a rough draft and references page for the essay assigned as the Module 4 Case.
-write two- two and half pages about me as a narrative story it could be funny it could be very serious.
-The main idea is I ‘m studying at US since two years, I’m married, I have a son and I’m a good man but I’m drinking too much.
-The other details is opened and it could be anything around the main idea.
-Time before the due is 14 hours
Now that you have completed the course, take a moment to reflect on your experiences. Share some of your specific thoughts, observations, and experiences as a writer and student in this course. Avoid sweeping generalizations and discuss specific details that capture the high and lows, insights and challenges provided by this course. What choices did you make throughout the semester that helped or hindered your progress? What lessons or assignments do you think were most helpful? What ideas do you have for making the course better in the future?Your response should demonstrate your mastery of the writing concepts and skills that you have developed this semester, including voice, organization, paragraph development, grammar, etc.