This is synthesis essay for my English 1010 class. It covers 3 topics and I have

This is synthesis essay for my English 1010 class. It covers 3 topics and I have already done an analysis over two of the topics. The teacher also provided an outline she would like us to follow. I need this in MLA format.
*topic 1 (IA16) -Chapter Eight of So You Want to Talk about Race.

Outline ​This paper is relatively simple. All you are tasked with is to figure o

Outline
​This paper is relatively simple. All you are tasked with is to figure out the meaning of life. To be more accurate, you are tasked with figuring out what Camus said about the meaning of life and whether you agree with him. In this way, you will have to flesh out his thesis in the selection and then engineer your own thesis in response.
​Here is a quick model as an example… Camus (data) was wrong (claim).
​This thesis simply won’t work. It has no topics and is far too general. We can revise it in this way: Camus’ vision of life as metaphorically related through Sisyphus (data) was incomplete (claim) because… In this version, we are at least more direct and focused. Once I arrange my topics into the thesis statement, it will then give me the map of the paper.
​Your essay should be formatted correctly (12 point font, double spaced, etc) and should use either APA or MLA citation style. The paper will be 3-4 pages long and will require 304 citations. You already have 2 citations you can use (Camus and Nietzsche), and the hook gives you another citation. After that, you will simply need to go to Google Scholar for the remaining citation.
Some notes:
-Since I am taking issue (or agreeing with) Camus’ ‘meaning of life’, I should summarize it in the context paragraph.
-Since the refutatio is based off the claim, I can prepare to cite someone/something that agrees or disagrees with Camus’ ideas.
-Don’t use Camus as your hook. Find another author.
-For questions regarding MLA or APA citation style: Google OWL Purdue APA/MLA + (reference type).
-If I want to cite a song lyric in APA, I simply type ‘owl purdue APA song lyric citation’.
-For your research portion of the essay, go to Google Scholar for related articles. For the main citation of Camus, you can find the text of the essay online. Cite it as an online reference.

I need a 4-5 pages essay long. (8-10 paragraphs) MLA Style- adding research to h

I need a 4-5 pages essay long. (8-10 paragraphs)
MLA Style- adding research to help support our claims
Topic: Who I Am Today vs Who I Want to Be in Future
Goal: to address similarities and/ or differences between life today and life as I envision it
It should be a point-by-point essay.
I need transitional sentences, analysis sentences, and good topic sentences.

Overview Your assignment for this module is to write a narrative essay. You may

Overview
Your assignment for this module is to write a narrative essay. You may base this story on an experience you have had or create a completely fictional story; regardless, make sure your narrative centers on a compelling conflict that propels the action forward. Use description to effectively flesh out the characters that appear in the story and to make the settings in which it takes place come alive. Use chronological order to present your experience in a logical manner; you may also use flashbacks (or perhaps even flash forwards) to jump around in time, but make sure the reader can easily follow the action of the story. Use transitions to effectively tie events together and connect your ideas. Your final paper should be 2–4 typed, double spaced pages (approximately 500 to 1000 words).
Complete the following steps:
Prewriting (Questioning & Freewriting)
Focusing, Outlining, and Drafting (You may submit your outline via the “Narrative Outline” discussion for feedback from your instructor).
Revising, Editing, and Proofreading
Evaluation

Your Research Proposal is a brief outline/description of your proposed project.

Your Research Proposal is a brief outline/description of your proposed project. It is intended to give your professor a general idea of your research goals and to give you a chance to brainstorm, plan, and begin rewriting.
Background:
This semester, our textual analysis of Fast Food Nation by Eric Schlosser and Nomadland by Jessica Bruder led us to examine the changes that occur in our society as a result of the rise of various corporations. Both texts demonstrate how the technological, economic, social, and political systems are at play and the various ways in which they affect regular people.
Guidelines:
include a summary or what you intend to research, being as specific as possible;
provide a proposed objective for your research. In other words, what is the claim you are making/thesis you are attempting to prove with your research;
2-5 paragraphs

By now, you should have a pretty good idea of what the research essay needs. But

By now, you should have a pretty good idea of what the research essay needs. But here’s a recap of the most important requirements:
Present a persuasive thesis, which takes a stand on a particular issue and attempts to bring readers into agreement with that thesis.
Be in the range of 3000-3500 words. Must meet that minimum threshold to be considered successful.
Utilize at least 7 outside sources, of any type. Those sources should be high-quality and present the best information or opinions available on the matter at hand. At least one of those sources should adopt a viewpoint which is different from your thesis.
Include at least 2 visual elements: 1 chart/table/graph & 1 photo/image/drawing. Those visual elements should include captions as well as explanations in the essay of the text, and be properly cited.
Follow a clear structure designed to have the most positive impact on your thesis.
Follow MLA page formatting and citation guidelines (in-text and Works Cited).
You have a lot of leeway for tailoring these essays to your individual subject matter’s needs. The primary goal is to be persuasive, and whatever supports that goal is up to you.

-Is your topic and thesis statement (an arguable claim or opinion) presented in

-Is your topic and thesis statement (an arguable claim or opinion) presented in the first 1-2 pages?
-Do you include historical context/background information that allows your reader to understand your topic & argument?
-Are you including 3-4 sub-topics or arguments to back up your claim or strengthen your argument?
-What are the controversies or opposing points of view about your topic and your claim? Do you address or include any?
-Are you including quotes, paraphrases, summaries, or references to your sources? Are you citing them in-text and in a works cited page?
-Remember that your works cited page does not count toward your page count! You should have 6-7 pages of text. Push for a complete a draft!
-You should have at least five (5) sources, and at least two (2) of your sources must be scholarly/peer reviewed sources. The other three (or more!) may be popular/non-scholarly sources.

Part I Discuss the impact of early 20th Century Western Colonialism in the Middl

Part I Discuss the impact of early 20th Century Western Colonialism in the Middle East, by answering the following questions (Total 30 points):
Q1. Name two recent (2000 -2021) conflicts in the Middle East that are rooted in early 20th century Western colonial interventions in the Middle East. For each one of the two conflicts you named: What was the specific colonial decision that planted the seeds of conflict? Briefly describe it. (15 points)
Q2. For each one of the two conflicts you named: What was the colonial power’s goal in adopting the decision and how exactly did the decision lead to conflict? (15 points)
Part II Discuss Recent Middle Eastern Proxy Wars, by answering the following questions (Total 45 points):
Q3. Name two recent (2000-2021) civil conflicts in the Middle East that can be described as proxy wars and, for each, list the internal factions involved in the conflict. For each one of the two civil conflicts: describe the interest of foreign powers in the conflict and the interest of the domestic faction they support, describe one action that concretely illustrates this foreign power’s involvement in the conflict, and their goal in the conflict. (45 points)
Part III Discuss the prospects for democratization in the Middle East, by answering the following questions about Iran and Egypt (Total 25 points):
Q4. Briefly list one event per country that occurred in the 2009-2013 time frame that seemed to make democratization possible in each one of the two countries (Iran and Egypt). What happened to these attempts at democratization in each one of the two counties (Iran and Egypt)? Did they succeed or not? Describe. What was the cause of their success/ failure? (15 points)
Q5. Would you describe Iran and Egypt as democratic today? Substantiate your answer with two examples , based in media articles (one article per country, for a total of two) no older than two years, that you find in the approved sources below. Describe the examples for each country, followed by working link to the articles, in text. Also list the articles in your references. Articles should be different from those presented in the modules or materials assigned by the professor this semester and should respect source criteria listed in the instructions below. (10 points)

ACT 6 For ACT 6, find ONE scholarly, peer-reviewed article from the library data

ACT 6
For ACT 6, find ONE scholarly, peer-reviewed article from the library databases that you would like to use for your final research paper. This should be an article YOU locate through research YOU complete. It should NOT be a document provided in class. It should NOT be anything from our textbooks.
Summarize what the article is about. This portion should be at least 1 paragraph.
• Questions to consider:
o What is the rhetorical situation? What does the author want readers to do or believe?
o What kinds of claims are used (ethos, pathos, logos)?
o What is this article about, in general, and what is the author’s main point?
Then, respond to the article. This portion should be at least 1 paragraph.
• Questions to consider:
o How will this article help you write your paper? What points will it help you support?
o Imagine you are talking to the author about their points. What would you say to them? Where can you say, “Yes, and…” or “No, but…” to their points so that you can add to the conversation?
o Who benefits if you believe this article’s claims? Why is that important?
o Do you agree or disagree with the article? Why or why not?
o What questions do you have after reading this article?
This assignment should be approximately ¾ of a page to 1 page long.

1) What is the community you have selected? Why did you choose it? How are you a

1) What is the community you have selected? Why did you choose it? How are you active in this community?
Crime, I chose this topic since there have been two occasions that I have been assaulted leaving my work and this is a serious problem since there is a lot of insecurity in the community
2) What is the problem or problem that you have identified? Why do you worry about it? Why should others care too?
The problem is crime, it worries me since on many occasions not only me but more people have had the same thing several times. I think that others should care since there is a lot of insecurity at night since in some parts there is no public lighting this affects since there is not much visibility in addition to that there is also not much intervention of the police apart there are no security cameras .
3) What solution are you going to research and support for this problem or question? How will this plan or program improve your community (even if your community is already awesome)?
Citizen security is everyone’s responsibility and we must contribute to achieve a greater degree of peace in the environment, so to improve the community, I think it would be to implement more security on the streets to make them safer and have more public lighting for that. not having that insecurity of walking at night, this can be achieved by filing complaints with the police and explaining that it is dangerous