1. As you have probably noticed by now, comedy often deals with serious topics i

1. As you have probably noticed by now, comedy often deals with serious topics in a humorous way, allowing us to process and survive adversity in positive ways. Fey’s book is no exception. Choose one topic that could be considered serious, and discuss how she writes about it. What is her approach? What types of humor does she use, and what conclusions does she draw?
2. Discuss how Fey’s memoir embodies a comic vision perspective on life. Which of Morreall’s twenty contrasts do you see on display in Bossypants? Find at least one example and explain and discuss using evidence. How does the comic vision help Fey cope?
3. Now focus on the chapter “Sarah, Oprah, and Captain Hook.” This chapter weaves three major life events happening to Fey in the same week–arguably, the craziest week of her life. Briefly describe the event then discuss why Fey weaves them together the way she does. Which event seems to have more weight? Or are they all equal? What might be Fey’s perspective on how these three things fit together in her life, and do you think she’s making a larger point here? If so, what might it be?
LINK TO BOOK DOWN BELOW
http://langwitch.ru/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/Bossypants_-_Tina_Fey.pdf

Consider the play “Trifles,” In a 2-page essay, discuss how the men and women s

Consider the play “Trifles,” In a 2-page essay, discuss how the men and women see the crime differently. Is this realistic? Are men and women this different in their outlooks? To show that your conclusion is Consider the play “Trifles.” In a 2-page essay, discuss how the men and women see the crime a valid one, quote from the poems in support of your contentions. Therefore, you must document your work, dont forget to use signal phrases whe you quote or repeat the ideas of another. You need to quote directly from the poems to show that what you say is correct, not just hint at this,
Title: Literature
Subtitle: The Human Experience
Authors: Richard Abcarian et al
Publisher: Bedford/St. Martin’s
Publication Date: 2019
Edition: 13

In this essay, you will compare and contrast two professions available to someon

In this essay, you will compare and contrast two
professions available to someone with your degree/major in order to determine
which profession is most advantageous to recent graduates. If you plan to
transfer to a four-year institution but do not yet know what major you will choose,
simply choose a major that interests you and is available at a four-year
college. The analysis may follow a point-by-point or subject-by-subject
organizational approach.
Choose three or four specific points of comparison that you
find the most interesting; then analyze both jobs. For example, what
responsibilities does each job require? What types of skills are necessary for
each profession, and why would someone with your degree qualify for the job?
Are these jobs available locally or would they require moving to another city,
state, or country?
Writing
Mode: When comparing and contrasting two professions, do not
simply list how the professions are similar and different; your thesis
statement should identify the profession that is most advantageous to recent graduates based on your analysis. Your
body paragraphs should expand on and support your thesis.
Research
and Content: Three sources are required from the GTC library
databases. If you are accessing the databases off campus, you will need a
library card. Contact your instructor or the library for assistance. The career
databases will help you get started.
Organization:
Your essay should be organized like this:
1. Introduction:
The introduction should introduce both professions, including their duties and
qualifications, and it should provide necessary background information to
prepare the reader for the thesis.
2. Thesis
statement (last sentence of introduction): Your thesis statement should
identify both professions and should preview your elements of comparison
between the two. The thesis statement should include your claim about which
profession is best for recent graduates.
3. Body
paragraphs: Because you may follow a point-by-point or subject-by-subject
organizational approach, your body paragraphs will either address one profession at a time, or they will compare and
contrast one aspect of both jobs in each paragraph.
4. Conclusion:
Your conclusion should not simply
summarize your essay. What are the takeaways from your essay? How do the
similarities and differences between the two jobs help recent graduates decide
which one to pursue?
Point of View:
· You
should be writing in third person (nouns, as well as he, she, they). Do not use first or second person (such as I
or we, or you, your, yours).
Length:
· Your
essay must be 750-1000 words in length.
There will be point deductions for going significantly over or under the
word count.
Outside Sources:
· You will
use three academic sources from the library databases (not Google).
· All
sources must be properly documented using in-text citations and a Works Cited
page. Both elements of MLA documentation must be included.
· You
may not submit an essay that you wrote for a previous class.
Format:
· Your
essay should be formatted according to MLA standards for essays, including
using Times New Roman, size 12 font, and giving the essay a reflective,
creative title.
Some Writing Tips:
· Read
multiple sources before choosing what to write about. Read with curiosity and
interest; don’t assume you already know everything about the professions you
will discuss. Be prepared to be surprised.
· Embrace
the writing process (brainstorming, drafting, conferences or peer review,
revision).
· Plan
to visit the Writing Center and ask for help (even if you don’t think you need
it).
· Ask
questions as you go!
Grading:
· This essay will be graded according to the English
department rubric.
Submission:

M‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍inimum Requirements • TEN FULL PAGES of text/maximum of ELE

M‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍inimum Requirements • TEN FULL PAGES of text/maximum of ELEVEN FULL PAGES for the body of the paper. • A works cited page with a MINIMUM of EIGHT sources—ALL officially cited in the body of the paper—adhering to the following distribution: o Articles from MSJC online library databases o A maximum of TWO REPUTABLE websites (unless instructor approval is obtained in advance) – This assignment serves as the capstone of our examination of various writing mod‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍es in this composition course. Ultimately, the focus of your piece will be a problem—an issue, typically framed as a question. You will examine the cause(s) and effect(s) of the issue via retrograde analysis and will develop a proposal that outlines a solution. In doing so, you will write an essay of a minimum of TEN FULL pages and no more than ELEVEN full pages using a minimum of eight outside reputable sources, the bulk of which should come from MSJC’s onli‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍ne databases.

T‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍his assignment asks that you develop your writing skills so

T‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍his assignment asks that you develop your writing skills so that you can effectively argue your point of view. Ensure that each idea is substantiated with appropriate evidence, and that ideas are organised logically, and explained in well-developed paragraphs. Please also remember that this is a literary analysis. You should not be writing about whether you like the story/ characters or not, nor should you be judging it as ‘good’ or ‘bad’. You must instead explain what you think is the literary and/or cultural significance of the text, drawing reasonable inferences from the texts you have chosen. As this is a literature course, you will be expected to do a close reading of the language to support your argument (narrative style, poetic form, characterization, patterns of imagery, focalization, symbols, themes, motifs etc). While you may use scholarly sources to support your interpretation, your paper MUST offer a substantial amount of YOUR OWN IDEAS AND THOUGHTS. Please avoid mere ‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍rehashing of information accumulated over the semester and from secondary resources. A passing paper must have: 1. A clear, well-focused, concise, and original THESIS that makes a claim about what you think is the overall meaning/ significance of the text is. 2. Specific examples/ evidence from the primary texts that support the claim or claims that you are making. Remember, just including quotations or excerpts is not enough. You must analyse (hence the term ‘analysis’) the quotations, and explain how they support your assertions. 3. MLA formatting Paper Requirements: ? Standard MLA formatting ? Margins: 1” on all sides ? Font: 12-point Times New Roman ? Double-spaced ? Alignment: Left, not justified, centered, or right ? Heading: Your name, teacher’s name, section, and European style due date ? Title ? Header: Your name, matric number ? numeric page number, ? Proper internal citations & a Work Cited page ? 5 pages long excluding Works Cited page ? MUST be Microsof‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍t word documents.

In The Time Of The Butterflies (novel) Topic: Choose a short story, poem, play,

In The Time Of The Butterflies (novel)
Topic: Choose a short story, poem, play, novel or film and discuss how symbolism and characterization contribute to its theme.
Thesis: The Mirabel sisters show importance of women in their culture at the time and help each other find the courage within themselves to take control of their lives and leading the resistance against their dictator, showing us the human cost of political oppression
Research paper: The body of the paper must be seven-ten pages in length. This excludes the outline, title page and appended matter, including “Notes” (endnotes). Although it may be informative, the primary purpose of the paper is persuasive. Therefore, you should clearly state your position regarding the short story, poem, play, novel or film and support that position with your research. It is expected that the information presented will demonstrate your ability to evaluate a literary work and your knowledge of literary terms and methods of analysis discussed in class.
The outline should be a topic outline. It should appear after the title page and must include your thesis statement. (Sample format is on the class web site.)
The paper should include a one to two page biography of the author to help the reader understand the social, historical, and political context of the period in which the work was written.
The body of the paper must include at least four citations from secondary sources–two citations from two different journals, newspapers or periodicals and two citations from books other than the original or primary source. In addition, the essay should include at least four quotations. (There should be at least eight citations in total.) The short story, poem, play, novel or film you choose is your primary source and presumably will be cited in your paper.
Endnotes are only to be used to provide supplemental information. Do not use footnotes.
The Works Cited must indicate that you have used a minimum of seven sources for your research. Your sources should include at least three journal or periodical articles. Any source material from the Internet must be approved prior to use. The work being discussed is your primary source and you should consult at least six other sources. Wikipedia is not an acceptable source.
The final paper should include all components. The research paper must include an outline, body and Works Cited
Format: . It must be typed and double spaced using a 12 point Times New Roman or Arial font. A title page is not necessary, but the first page of the paper should follow MLA style and include your name, class, Dr. Roliston, and the date in the upper left corner of the page. The title should be centered in the middle of the page, and the pages must include MLA headers.

The paper must be about how covid-19 has affected finances. My Thesis: “With the

The paper must be about how covid-19 has affected finances. My Thesis: “With the appropriate and timely intervention methods, such as supportive family programs, individuals may circumvent financial tragedies brought on by the Impact of COVID-19.” must be at the ending of the introductory paragraph. Please DO NOT accept this job if you cannot fulfill the duties!

This week, you will begin to develop a handbook for staff. You may consult exis

This week, you will begin to develop a handbook for staff. You may consult existing handbooks, but you are expected to submit original work. While a completed handbook will include sections in addition to those listed below, you are responsible for the development of only the following sections: PLEASE KEEP IN APA STANDARD ALSO THE REFERENCE PAGE
Welcome letter to staff
Overview of services, including such things as hours of operation, ages of children served, and services offered
Mission, vision, and philosophy
Licensing regulations specific to your state
Discipline policy
Health and safety
Measuring children’s progress (assessment)
Personnel policies
Professional development
Family involvement and communication expectations
Support your handbook with at least five scholarly resources.