The purpose of the Fortune 500 Paper is to expose you, the student, to highly su

The purpose of the Fortune 500 Paper is to expose you, the student, to highly successful companies and to highlight topics in this course. You will learn that the topics in this class are being utilized by Fortune 500 companies. Instructions: 1. Select any company (EXCEPT the following Companies – Apple, Wal-Mart, Coca Cola, GM, Target, Ford, Disney, Home Depot, PepsiCo. Lowe’s, and Best Buy.) from the most recent Fortune 500 list. (This list is released in Fortune Magazine once a year. The magazine is located in the SCC Library and can also be found on the internet at Fortune Magazine’s website.) 2. Examine highlighted topics about the company you selected. (The topics are listed below.) Use five (5) sources. Sources include reference books, websites, journals, and magazines (no textbooks). Try not to make them all websites 3. The highlighted topics you need to examine for your Fortune 500 company are as follows.

First of all you should watch the video on YouTube called ‘A Video For All My Fr

First of all you should watch the video on YouTube called ‘A Video For All My Friends’ and it’s about a 29-years-old Brittany Maynard that has terminal brain cancer. Watch that video.
-After the video this what you need to focus on……-
What it is, what is good about it, what is bad about it and what some perspective can be  on euthanasia.
Use these questions to plan and structure the essay.
1. What are your thoughts about active euthanasia ( this question is for me but i think this is something the person that has a terminal disease to choose how to die.)
2. Is it possible and legal in Oregon but not it Sweden?
3. What are the pros and cons?
4. How do you reason in this matter?
5. Are there other perspectives? People with a different opinion the yours, how do they reason?

Analyze a poem of Emily Dickinson – you can choose the one you like . Your intro

Analyze a poem of Emily Dickinson – you can choose the one you like .
Your introduction should include the thesis statement – main idea of the paper (here is more detailed explanation – https://essayshark.com/blog/how-to-write-a-thesis-statement-to-make-it-clear/). Don’t include any new information in the conclusion. It should  restate the thesis statement of the paper.
Support your ideas with relevant arguments and examples (in-text citations). List 2-3 sources in the references. Make sure you stick to a required formatting style. Get benefits of these sources citationmachine.net and easybib.com.
MLA format – https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/747/01/ https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/research_and_citation/mla_style/mla_formatting_and_style_guide/mla_in_text_citations_the_basics.html”

Write a movie review (with introduction and conclusion). Choose a movie yourself

Write a movie review (with introduction and conclusion). Choose a movie yourself and discuss your choice with me. It should be something from college, or school program.
Your introduction should include the thesis statement – main idea of the paper (here is more detailed explanation – https://essayshark.com/blog/how-to-write-a-thesis-statement-to-make-it-clear/). Don’t include any new information in the conclusion. It should  restate the thesis statement of the paper.
Support your ideas with relevant arguments and examples (in-text citations). List 2-3 sources in the references. Make sure you stick to a required formatting style. Get benefits of these sources citationmachine.net and easybib.com.
MLA format – https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/747/01/ https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/research_and_citation/mla_style/mla_formatting_and_style_guide/mla_in_text_citations_the_basics.html”

A requirement for ENG101 by both the college and the state is that students writ

A requirement for ENG101 by both the college and the state is that students write a formal research paper.
All ENG101 students will write a formal research paper that is at least 6 full pages not including the Works Cited page. This research paper will use the MLA Style for both formatting and documentation.
Here are the details:
The research paper will need to be at least 6 pages long, not including the Works Cited page at the end. If you desire to go over the 6 pages, please ask your instructor. Instructors will vary in how much over the page limit students may go.
The paper will have MLA Style for documentation of sources and formatting. Please refer to the resources located in this unit for assistance. Also, please do not hesitate to contact me individually by email with any questions you might have.
Your instructor will provide guidance on the topic of this essay. Some instructors will allow great freedom in choosing topics, while others will limit topics or have a selection of topics to choose from. This freedom on topics will vary depending upon the instructor, so please ask your instructor if he or she does not make this clear.
The paper will need to have a thesis to keep the paper focused and organized. Unit 3 explains how to develop the thesis and use it for an organization.
Include a visual aid such as a picture, graphic, table, chart, etc. in the research paper and give credit to the source of this visual aid. In the six pages this assignment requires, the graphic should take up no more than one-half of one of those pages. (That really means 5.5 pages of writing with .5 of a page allowed for the visual aid). This visual aid requirement is to be in compliance with state guidelines for the class.
The paper needs to have at least 4 outside sources. At least half of the sources you use need to be non-internet. By non-internet, this means general web pages found through a search engine such as Google or Yahoo. It is acceptable to use library sources that are accessed online, such as the college’s system of OhioLINK and the EGCC Gateway. Please refer to the links below for assistance in accessing these library sources.
https://egcc.edu/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/ONLINE-LIBRARY-QUICK-START.pdf
https://egcc.edu/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/PASSWORD-LINK-information-Oct-06-2017.pdf
The paper uses a formal, academic tone of voice.
The paper is an original creation for this course session and not a reworking of any previous essay submission from any prior course experience.
The paper also includes a large amount of the student’s own ideas and words and is not merely a linking of a series of quotes or paraphrases.

Do you believe that the fictional (& satirical) story of Jojo Rabbit should be t

Do you believe that the fictional (& satirical) story of Jojo Rabbit should be taught in schools as part of a unit on the Holocaust, or that students should only study the actual “lessons of history”? Include a short summary of the film’s plot, and use quoted material from Smith’s & Leibovitz’s articles and the film as your primary sources of evidence, but you may also include evidence from Night

Option 1: Technical/Quantifying Choose one article to analyze and report on the

Option 1: Technical/Quantifying
Choose one article to analyze and report on the following criteria:
This option will use a Toulmin-like approach (See Week 5 Toulmin/Rogerian lecture video and notes). You will analyze the article in a technical way and locate parts of the article that show the technical (or skeletal) outline of the argument. You will need to closely examine the article for the answers to the questions below and organize your essay in a clear, easy to follow format with an introduction, body paragraphs, and a conclusion paragraph.
What is the author’s overall argument? This is your interpretation and will become your thesis statement. (e.g.“Jones’ argument is _____ because _____.”)
What does the author use to guide their audience to understanding their argument? This is where you present close analysis of the Toulmin format.
Use Chapter 17 of your Norton Textbook to generate the purpose, audience, and stance of the text and themes/interpretations for your introduction. Since this is a scholarly article, rather than looking for characters and specific themes that we would find in a poem or novel, you are looking for an underlying idea that the author perpetuates in their article.
What is the claim, qualifiers, evidence, warrants, and backing?
What are some examples of artistic proofs and inartistic proofs that the author uses to support their argument?
What are the conditions of rebuttal and how does the author address those rebuttals? Or does the author not offer any conditions of rebuttal? If not, what are some conditions that you feel an audience may present about the topic? How would this affect the author’s argument?
Give specific examples to support your analysis and be sure to use correct in-text citation to let your reader know where that information can be found
Use Chapter 11 (pg 125,126) for help with organization
A works cited page should be a new page following the conclusion of your essay

Choose one topic from the four below to do. 1. Compare and contrast the characte

Choose one topic from the four below to do.
1. Compare and contrast the characters of Blanche DuBois in A Streetcar Named Desire and Mary Tyrone in Long Day’s Journey into Night. How does each woman regard her past, and how does the past affect her in the present? What is each woman’s strategy for dealing with the pain of living? In what ways is each one governed by her illusions? To what extent is each woman responsible (or not responsible) for her current problems?
2. Compare and contrast the ways in which social class is represented in A Streetcar Named Desire and Long Day’s Journey into Night. Discuss the ways in which various characters feel excluded from society. What are the social standards by which the characters judge themselves and one another? What, within the worlds of these two plays, are the definitions of success and failure?
3. Although all the main characters in both A Streetcar Named Desire and Long Day’s Journey into Night may be described as “white,” ethnic differences matter in both plays. How is Stanley Kowalski affected by his being Polish? Why does it matter that the Tyrones are Irish? What requirements of “whiteness” are necessary in these plays for one to feel like a full member of society? In what ways are some forms of whiteness privileged over others?
4. Stanley Kowalski and James Tyrone both try to assert authority as heads of their respective households. Neither man is wholly successful. How does each character try to exercise control, and what are the reasons for his failure?