A. Instructions Choose one of the following prompts for your informative essay.

A. Instructions
Choose one of the following prompts for your informative essay.
PROMPT A: IMAGE ANALYSIS: Although we look at print advertisements every day, we often do not consider the ways in which they affect us. Visual images in ads can influence and persuade us, so it is important to evaluate them critically to understand their meanings. Good image analysis involves examination of the components of an image to gain an understanding of the whole.
Select an advertisement to analyze. The advertisement you choose should be directed towards a specific audience. To identify the intended audience, think about the members of the potential audience for the advertisement that you have chosen. Who are they? Ads for a beauty product, for example, may be aimed at young girls; ads for a deodorant might target men; a diaper commercial is likely intended for new parents; ads for cruise trips might be aimed at retirees. You can use any academically-appropriate advertisement to complete this assignment, as long as its intended audience is clearly identified.
Your thesis must inform the reader of your topic and purpose. Because you are writing in the informative mode, use objective language and a neutral point of view.
Draft an analytical essay that examines the audience, context, and purpose of the advertising image you’ve chosen. Read the article by Jenna Pack titled “Breaking Down an Image” found in the “Model Informative Essays” tutorial for ideas about how to write an image analysis. Your analysis should lead to a conclusion about the ad’s effectiveness, based on examination of its components. Include the image with your draft.
PROMPT B: EXTENDED DEFINITION: Define or redefine one of the following words:
Family
Success
Courage
Art
Beauty
In your draft, briefly explain how society, or the dictionary, defines the word you’ve selected, and then explain your unique or extended definition of the word. Provide examples and explanations to support your definition. Your thesis must inform your readers of your new definition and, because you are writing in the informative mode, you must use objective language.
Draft an extended definition essay that defines or redefines a word or concept. Read the article by Dan Richards titled “Digital Ethics” found in the “Model Informative Essays” tutorial for ideas about how to write an extended definition essay.

Directing Project for The Crucible (Ms. Holmes’s Classes) In 2016, I saw a produ

Directing Project for The Crucible (Ms. Holmes’s Classes)
In 2016, I saw a production of The Crucible on Broadway. I was surprised that the setting was clearly NOT the 1600s. This version of The Crucible, directed by Ivo van Hove, set the play in a contemporary school. Specifically, the visuals suggested that the school was a religious (probably Catholic) all-girls middle/high school. See the handout from class to see photos from this particular production!*
Based on our class discussions and your reading so far, what decisions would you make as a director of The Crucible?
20 points- Describe your set in great detail
20 points- Describe your casting decisions and costuming ideas
20 points- Describe your lighting, sound (what songs would you include?), and any other elements in your play (i.e., props)
20 points- Use quotations (dialogue and STAGE DIRECTIONS) as justifications for your decisions
20 points- Conventions/Grammar
While TRIIC and MLA-format are always welcome, feel free to be as creative as possible in this assignment! You may include pictures/illustrations. For word count, you should have a minimum of 750 words.

Assignment Specifications: ● Be at least five paragraphs ● Format your paper in

Assignment Specifications:
● Be at least five paragraphs
● Format your paper in MLA
● Write in academic third person
● Construct an academic title
● Include documented in-text citations from the primary
source and at least one secondary source
● Constrain your length to 4-5 pages (1000 word minimum)
● Contain a Works Cited Page in MLA format
● You may use more than one story. But you still have to have a
Literary Secondary Source.
Prompt: Write a 3-4 page Short Story Literary Analysis Essay.
In your essay, you must analyze a theme. Please read the
lecture on Analyzing a Short Story carefully. You will need to
decide on a theme to analyze, and then decide whether to
support your analysis of theme with ideas or with literary
devices from the story.
You must use one of the following stories:
Instructions:
1. You must use documented material from the pri strawberry spring
1. You must use documented material from the primary sources
(the short stories you are analyzing), and at least one secondary
source that is considered Scholarly Literary Criticism.
2. Write your thesis statement in one sentence. You should
mention your restricted topic (the name of the short story and
author), and your essay’s debatable main point (the position that
you hope to convince the reader is correct). Also include your
three main points.
3. Look over the short story to find examples that support your
main points. (YOU MUST USE CITED TEXTUAL EVIDENCE FROM
THE STORY(IES).
4. Decide which examples should be included in the essay as
evidence.
5. Find a secondary source.
5. Determine which organization method best suits your purposes.
You may choose a chronological order, placing the examples in
the same order as they appear in the story, or you may use an
emphatic order, placing the most important example last. Be sure
to plan one paragraph per point you have to cover in the essay’s
body.

Persuasive paragraph style. Write an outline of your ideas, using the template

Persuasive paragraph style.
Write an outline of your ideas, using the template given in the “Assignment 2” document. You can add or delete details as needed, but you must include at least 3 main points, as a well as a topic sentence and concluding sentence.
Use your outline to write a 150-250 word paragraph. Grammar and spelling will be graded, so make sure you edit your work carefully.
Type your paragraph in black Times New Roman or Arial 12 point font only, and double space each line.
After filling all the main ideas, topics, concluding sentence.
The paragraph should be written under Paragraph: 20 points
Thank you!

you will have to use SIUEs love joy library for sources and information message

you will have to use SIUEs love joy library for sources and information message me if you need account information to get into it. Very Strict English teacher, I also have an annotated bibliography for this paper. The requirements from my teacher will be posted down below same with my annotated bibliography.

A literary research paper takes an issue, question, or problem in a text and off

A literary research paper takes an issue, question, or problem in a text and offers an interpretation of it that gives the reader greater insight into the text. You may ask a research question about the use of an image or symbol in a text or texts, or how the text explores a specific theme, or how the text portrays an idea like “the self,” or any number of other questions. Your goal is to make an argument about a contestable aspect of a text or texts that will elucidate them for the reader.
The best literary research papers are much more than summaries of the text or of scholarship on the text. Instead, your paper should (1) make a clear argument about a specific aspect of the text and (2) utilize relevant primary and secondary sources as evidence to support your argument.
Required Length and Style:
Ø 8 to 10 pages in length
Ø Doubled spaced, 1” margins, 12-point Times New Roman font Ø 5, cited, peer-reviewed secondary sources

Instructions for Essay 3 Comparison or Contrast Essay Important information: To

Instructions for Essay 3
Comparison or Contrast Essay
Important information: To write a comparison essay, one must analyze either similarities or similarities and differences; to write a contrast essay, one must analyze differences. For this assignment, you will choose to write either a comparison essay or a contrast essay. Simply, your assignment is to write an essay in which you compare two ideas, processes, people, or places to show how one is similar or (not both) different from the other.
The comparison or contrast should make a point or serve a purpose. Often comparison or contrast essays do one of the following:
· Clarify something unknown or not well understood
· Lead to a fresh insight or new way of viewing something
· Bring one or both of the subjects into sharper focus
· Show that one subject is better than the other
Important Details
· 2 pages (double-spaced)
· 1” margins
· MLA format
· 12-point font Times New Roman

Research Paper: As humans, we have numerous biases, so this assignment offers yo

Research Paper: As humans, we have numerous biases, so this assignment offers you an abundance of topic choices. You can write about one of the many biases we have discussed in class or choose a bias that is of particular interest to you. The assignment is a problem/analysis paper, which means that you analyze the bias and then pose possible solutions for the bias. Regarding analyzing the bias, choose two or three ideas that construct the bias and analyze how each idea is disseminated or spread in society. For example, ideas behind sexism might include females are inferior to males; females belong in the home; females are sexual objects, and females are emotional. Selecting at least three ideas, analyze how each idea is spread through specific entities in our society such as families, religions, schools, television, and films. Use specific examples to analyze each idea. In media, for instance, the idea that women are sexual objects is spread through the focus on women’s personal appearance, no matter if the women are actresses, politicians, athletes, or professionals in other fields. News coverage focused on Hillary Clinton’s appearance both times she ran for president. Moreover, media negatively commented on her demeanor because she didn’t seem relaxed and happy. Sexism says that women are supposed to be nice and/or cheerful. As for the solution discussion, keep in mind that there isn’t always a one-to-one correspondence between problem and solution. For example, the presidential hopeful Andrew Yang analyzed the problem of people losing jobs to technology and posed a monthly subsidy as a solution. Because a solution doesn’t necessarily correspond directly to a problem, analyze the ideas that construct the bias before posing solution(s). Thus, one solution to sexism might be passing an equal pay law. Another possible solution might be establishing specific hiring quotas within professions, particularly for leadership positions.
The paper should be 6-8 pages in length and use at least six sources, documented in the MLA

Please read the article https://www.reimaginerpe.org/20years/alexander (Links to

Please read the article https://www.reimaginerpe.org/20years/alexander (Links to an external site.) thoroughly, annotate/take notes, and complete the following summary outline for the article. Remember, you cannot write a summary of the article without first understanding it. So, read the article many times and take good notes before you write the summary. Submit your summary before 11 AM Wednesday November 17.
Lastname 1
First Lastname
Professor Sexton
Eng 111
15 November 2021
Summary of Drug War Nightmare
Author’s full name:
Article’s Title:
Thesis/Main Idea of the article:
Main Points of article to support the main idea/thesis:
Main Points of article to support the main idea/thesis:
Main Points of article to support the main idea/thesis:
Main Points of article to support the main idea/thesis:
Main Points of article to support the main idea/thesis:
Main Points of article to support the main idea/thesis:
Conclusion of Article:
Works Cited

1) identify and describe a current trigger topic, 2) explain what caused the pro

1) identify and describe a current trigger topic,
2) explain what caused the problem and the effects this problem has on society,
3) give possible solutions to the problem and identify the pros and cons of the solutions,
4) determine the best solution to solve the problem and argue for it.