– Write an essay in which you mention 3 benefits of using CALL in teaching and 3

– Write an essay in which you mention 3 benefits of using CALL in teaching and 3 barriers that negatively influence its use.
– Use at least 2 scientific articles as references.
Format: It should be in no more than 490 words. – Follow APA style. Make it into a Word file, doubl-spaced. Use Times New Roman Font in 12-points. List the 2 articles that you used at the end of the essay under the subtitle (references) – Remember: – You should write it by yourself (no copy and paste). Any plagiarism equals 0. Avoid plagiarism by paraphrasing and citing.

George Carlin, the late, great American comic satirist, said that “The reason th

George Carlin, the late, great American comic satirist, said that “The reason they call it The American Dream is because you have to be asleep to believe it.”
Create an argument in which you respond to this concept
using a minimum of 4 readings from the term to
explain your conclusion.
Employ specific quotations from the selected readings to support the argument.

Description: The term project option is essentially a research argument on any t

Description: The term project option is essentially a research argument on any topic within the scope of the course (you might consider extending a successful Response Paper into a research paper.) You may use any of the course texts/authors or develop a project on texts, authors, music, films, art, and so on of personal interest with one caveat: that your subject matter should merit close examination, and that it can be researched. You work should also be focused—avoid trying to jam the entirety of all three texts into one paper, as the result will likely be scattered and shallow.  You will use at least three reliable sources to support your argument.
The following should be present in your essay:
a strong, evidence-based thesis 

nuanced and attentive close reading of textual evidence

connection between source materials and quotes

sound structure (introduction with thesis, topic sentences, thoughtfully developed, sequential body paragraphs, and a conclusion, correct citation, etc.)
a clear argument throughout the essay
a correct Works Cited page
evidence of revision as the essay is proofread and free of errors

Description: The term project option is essentially a research argument on any t

Description: The term project option is essentially a research argument on any topic within the scope of the course. For this term paper, I’d like to use one of my response paper (Frankenstein or the modern Prometheus) I have written in the past and extend it instead of writing a whole new paper. You may use any of the course texts/authors or develop a project on texts, authors, music, films, art, and so on of personal interest with one caveat: that your subject matter should merit close examination, and that it can be researched. You work should also be focused—avoid trying to jam the entirety of all three texts into one paper, as the result will likely be scattered and shallow. You will use at least three reliable sources to support your argument.
The following should be present in your essay:
a strong, evidence-based thesis 

nuanced and attentive close reading of textual evidence

connection between source materials and quotes

sound structure (introduction with thesis, topic sentences, thoughtfully developed, sequential body paragraphs, and a conclusion, correct citation, etc.)
a clear argument throughout the essay
a correct Works Cited page
evidence of revision as the essay is proofread and free of errors

Assignment: Access the reading entitled, The Forgotten Man by William Graham Sum

Assignment: Access the reading entitled, The Forgotten Man by William Graham Sumner found under COURSE READINGS… and read it thoroughly… Remember for context, that Sumner was writing during the Gilded Age just prior to the turn of the 20th century in a time of great political and economic evolution. This should be an extensive and detailed review (think “mini-term-paper-like”) of the following:
For your posting, complete the following IN CLEARLY NUMBERED SECTIONS in your posting :
1. Mention the article and the author as you introduce the discussion. Explain in your own words what the author was conveying to the reader (in other words, write a brief summary of the article–including the purpose and goals of writing it–two or three paragraphs that explain the main idea[s].) Be sure to mention and analyze any empirical findings discussed in the selection.
2. List and explain FIVE excerpts/quotes/positions of Sumner that surprised or interested you and why. What did you learn and/or find intriguing about what was written? What is Sumner trying to covey to the individual and what is his main warning to society? Would you say Sumner has tendencies of a political libertarian?
3. Did you agree (or disagree) with any of the points made? Elaborate and critically discuss each.
4. Was the article compelling or convincing to you? Did it change in any way your personal ideas about how society should function? Discuss any supporting historical or empirical evidence presented.
5. After reading the article, what do you believe the future of Western societies (or just American society) is, given the issues and concerns mentioned in the article and why? Based on what you read, how should socially-responsible people live their lives toward the betterment and/or continuance of our society going forward? What should each individual citizen do behaviorally to demonstrate personal responsibility that may then collectively contribute to a better social future than the threatened one described in the article? Include any other comments or observations to conclude.

Write a 3 paragraph response to the three storytelling experiences, analyzing fo

Write a 3 paragraph response to the three storytelling experiences, analyzing for mythological and storytelling qualities. (Note: A paragraph at the college level need to be 7-12 sentences in length and fully developed.)
Begin your first paragraph with a topic sentence that relates to how mythological qualities might be present in the stories, and then provide evidences from the stories and analysis of those evidences to support and prove that topic sentence.
Begin your second paragraph with a topic sentence that relates to how morals or lessons are communicated in the stories, and then provide evidences from the stories and analysis of those evidences to support and prove that topic sentence.
Begin your third paragraph with a topic sentence that relates to the types of human conflicts and relationships that are explored in the stories, and then provide evidences from the stories and analysis of those evidences to support and prove that topic sentence.
three links to storytellers-
1.) Diane Ferlatt-“Brer Rabbit’s Dance”

2.) Native American Tale about a Rabbit.

3.)  Rita Moren “I need a monster”

This is a paper on the novel In the Country of Men and the article “Family Affai

This is a paper on the novel In the Country of Men and the article “Family Affairs: Complicity, Betrayal, and the Family in Hisham Mattar’s In the Country of Men…”
You need to combine the novel and Family Affairs_ Complicity Betrayal and the Family in writing an essay about “the country of the men” inside.
In the essay you are not to agree with a point of view, but to establish a relationship between the ideas presented, but you can’t just take an idea and agree with it, because that’s basically just copying someone else’s idea.
It has to be your own idea. But it has to be relevant to this essay
Each paper for this class is a minimum of 2 pages but may be more. A separate title page is required (and doesn’t count as one of the pages of the paper). On the title page you put an original title, not the same as the title of the book or “Paper #1”. The title must indicate the theme of your paper and what is your take on the book will be explored in the paper. Do not replicate any of this information on the subsequent pages of your paper. The paper is composed of an introduction to the theme, a thesis statement, a motivation (which is a reason why this thesis is of general interest to readers, not just of interest to you). The body of the paper is an illustration of your thesis statement, with frequent references to the original text. When you cite from the text, you must provide the page number for your reference in this author/page format: “….quote…” (Kanafani, 10). Once you have provided convincing and persuasive evidence of your argument, you can conclude the paper with a conclusion. The purpose of the conclusion is to recap and restate what you have demonstrated, adding a layer of coherence to the entire piece of writing.

This is a paper on the novel In the Country of Men and the article “Family Affai

This is a paper on the novel In the Country of Men and the article “Family Affairs: Complicity, Betrayal, and the Family in Hisham Mattar’s In the Country of Men…”
You need to combine the novel and Family Affairs_ Complicity Betrayal and the Family in writing an essay about “the country of the men” inside.
In the essay you are not to agree with a point of view, but to establish a relationship between the ideas presented, but you can’t just take an idea and agree with it, because that’s basically just copying someone else’s idea.
It has to be your own idea. But it has to be relevant to this essay
Each paper for this class is a minimum of 2 pages but may be more. A separate title page is required (and doesn’t count as one of the pages of the paper). On the title page you put an original title, not the same as the title of the book or “Paper #1”. The title must indicate the theme of your paper and what is your take on the book will be explored in the paper. Do not replicate any of this information on the subsequent pages of your paper. The paper is composed of an introduction to the theme, a thesis statement, a motivation (which is a reason why this thesis is of general interest to readers, not just of interest to you). The body of the paper is an illustration of your thesis statement, with frequent references to the original text. When you cite from the text, you must provide the page number for your reference in this author/page format: “….quote…” (Kanafani, 10). Once you have provided convincing and persuasive evidence of your argument, you can conclude the paper with a conclusion. The purpose of the conclusion is to recap and restate what you have demonstrated, adding a layer of coherence to the entire piece of writing.

Purpose This activity will not only deepen your appreciation of nursery rhymes a

Purpose
This activity will not only deepen your appreciation of nursery rhymes and poetry in children’s language development and socialization, it will also provide you with a glimpse into the rich literary history behind the genre. In this assignment, you will offer comments to your peers. Reading and reflecting on your peers’ ideas about style in poetry writing will help you enrich your knowledge of poetry writing for children.
Directions
For this assignment, use the following guidelines as you write three well-developed paragraphs.
Paragraph 1–Recall: In a well focused, well-developed paragraph, describe your childhood experiences with nursery rhymes and poetry. What rhymes do you remember? What poems do you remember? How were they presented to you? How old were you? What collections do you remember? Be as specific and detailed as you possibly can in exploring your memories.
Before writing your second paragraph, read Mattea Harvey’s article from the Poetry Foundation titled “Poetry is an Egg with a Horse Inside” (Links to an external site.) and Sonia Levitin’s essay titled “Again! Again!” (Links to an external site.).
Paragraph 2–Reflect: Referring to Harvey and Levitin’s articles and to your own thinking, write a well-focused, well-developed paragraph, discussing the definition and value of poetry for children. Include in your paragraph your personal definition of poetry. In other words, what is poetry and why do children need it? (Remember to properly cite within the text of your writing any source ideas you reference from the two articles. You will also need to include a works cited for any source referenced.)
Before writing your third paragraph, read about Jack Prelutsky and Mary Ann Hoberman, two Children’s Poet Laureates. As you read, think about how both authors use style (word choice, structure, design, rhythm, patterns, etc.) in their writing to create meaning and to appeal to their child audience.
Jack Prelutsky:
Read the article titled “A Children’s What?,” (Links to an external site.) which is about Jack Prelutsky, the nation’s first Children’s Poet Laureate. In addition, read “Never Poke Your Uncle With a Fork”  (Links to an external site.)and think about why children might enjoy reading Jack Prelutsky’s poems.
Mary Ann Hoberman:
Read the article titled “Mary Ann Hoberman: Children’s Poet Laureate (2008-2010)” (Links to an external site.) by Michael Atkinson. In addition, read the short poems “Brother,” (Links to an external site.) “Fish, (Links to an external site.)” and “The Folk Who Live in Backward Town (Links to an external site.)” and think about why children might enjoy reading Mary Ann Hoberman’s poems.
Paragraph 3–Review: In a well-focused, well-developed paragraph, compare and contrast Jack Prelutsky’s poetry writing style to Mary Ann Hoberman’s poetry writing style. Consider the subject matter of their poetry and age of their audience. Explain and defend your position. (Remember to properly cite within the text of your writing any source ideas you reference from the articles. You will also need to include a works cited for any source referenced.)
Links-
https://www.poetryfoundation.org/articles/70277/poetry-is-an-egg-with-a-horse-inside
https://www.poetryfoundation.org/articles/68528/again-again
https://www.poetryfoundation.org/articles/68683/a-childrens-what
https://www.poetryfoundation.org/articles/68694/never-poke-your-uncle-with-a-fork
https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poems/46988/the-folk-who-live-in-backward-town
https://www.poetryfoundation.org/articles/69136/mary-ann-hoberman-2008-childrens-poet-laureate

*****I chose Olaudah Equiano.**** The Author Profile is designed to capture the

*****I chose Olaudah Equiano.****
The Author Profile is designed to capture the essential points in an author’s life, with an emphasis on those that directly relate to his literary life.
Infographics (a clipped compound of “information” and “graphics”) are graphic visual representations of information, data, or knowledge intended to present information quickly and clearly.
Some free resources to make infographics include Prezi, OneNote, Canva, most picture editing apps, such as Pics Art, or any other software or app that allows you to combine pictures, gifs, or other graphics with words to present information in a cohesive but global way. (PowerPoint and Word are somewhat limiting, but you can use them provided you meet the following requirements).
Requirements:
focus on an author that we’ve read as a class.
Author image(s)
Author birthday  (if unknown use the commonly agreed-upon date or year)
Author death day  (if unknown use the commonly agreed-upon date or year)
Author’s locations (where he /she lived throughout his/her life)
Events that influenced the author’s writing- what major historical and/or personal life events left an impact on the author? Symbolize these events in images as well as explanations
Famous works- symbolize these works in images as well as titles
Famous quotes or lines (cite these!)
Author’s significance to the American canon- why does this Author matter? Why is this author worth studying? What does this author represent in American history and American culture?
In-text citations should appear on the infographic anytime you type information that you retrieved from a source (Lastname). Or (“Source”).
You may only use your textbook and the online/physical LRC for your sources.
Tips:
I would recommend searching Credo (online Reference database offered through digital LRC) for most biographical information.  Other literary databases also include Blooms Literature, Litfinder, Arts & Humanities Database, e-Library by ProQuest, Gale Literary Sources, and JSTOR.
Don’t forget you can receive extra credit if you sign up for a Research Coach appointment!  That’s when you work with a librarian to find the best sources for your assignment. Virtual and tele-appointments are available Contact the library for more information!  Don’t forget to have the librarian e-mail me so you can receive extra credit ?
You don’t have to cite your images.
A good infographic has a balanced mix of information and graphics.
Have fun with this assignment!  This is meant to be a creative representation of what you’ve understood about this particular author you’ve chosen.
Rubric:
For this assignment, you will begin with 100 points.  The ways you may lose points:
Late submission
Missing required images
Missing required information (make sure to address all parts of each requirement!)
Missing in-text citations
Missing explanations as to the author’s socio-historical importance.
Missing quotations attributed to the author
Missing graphics that help paint the portrait of the author’s profile- note these are not the same as images of the author. These graphics symbolize the author’s life, work(s), and/or contributions/legacy.  They say a picture is worth 1000 words.  Show me.