literature

Pedagogy of the Oppressed:  What is false and true generosity?  What is the fear of freedom?  What are an oppressor and oppressed consciousness?  How does Freire understand violence and love?  How can humanization and liberation be attained?  (1 page single-spaced)

 In Concerning Violence Fanon discusses the psychological processes involved for the colonized as they move towards decolonization.  Discuss those processes and more specifically, how does Fanon understand the role of violence in those processes? ( 1/2  page of single-spaced)

(No sources or cover letter needed)

Reading Response

Please submit here your short submission of 2-3 brief paragraphs (approx 5-7 sentences) in response to this week’s article. Your response will be scored from 0-3 points. 

These are the questions to answer…
  • What was the big question that the researchers were trying to answer? What was their hypothesis? What kind of argument did they offer to justify their hypothesis (e.g., a specific theory? Past empirical evidence?)
  • What questions did you have about the article? Was anything confusing?
  • What were the central findings of the research?  What are the implications for the big question or problem the paper was addressing?
The rubric and the reading are attached…

Musical Excerpts Journal Questions

4 pages/Journal #1
Times New Roman or Cambria; 12 pt.
You will select one Excerpt from each chapter of reading and give a description from the questions asked of you. Musical Excerpts Journal #1 will include Chapters 111 for a total of 11 excerpts (4 pages):
Excerpt chapter 1: Through all the Employments of Life from The Beggar’s Operaby John Gay and Johann Pepusch (:44)
 https://youtu.be/VAS6uMtQY18 
Excerpt chapter 2: Le Galop Infernal from Orpheus in the Underworld by Jacques Offenbach (3:29)

https://youtu.be/grtFa34EdgI

Excerpt chapter 3: “Camptown Races” a minstrel song by Stephen Foster (2:08)
https://youtu.be/_tuu5YtkPIo
Excerpt chapter 4: You Naughty Naughty Men from The Black Crook by George Bickwell and Theodore Kennick (2:51)
https://youtu.be/zH6ZKmyNwA
Excerpt chapter 5: I am the Very Model of a Modern Major General from The Pirates of Penzance by W.S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan
https://youtu.be/Rs3dPaz9nAo
Excerpt chapter 6: Sadie Salom, Go Home a burlesque song by Irving Berlin (2:19) https://youtu.be/HNNI2BzDdfU
Excerpt chapter 7: Excerpt: Women from The Merry Widow by Franz Lehar (3:42)

https://youtu.be/RCkfQFB_AJE

Excerpt chapter 8: Alexanders Ragtime Band by Irving Berlin (3:29)

https://youtu.be/pBTvxU8iJOs

Excerpt chapter 9: Ive Got A Feeling Im Falling from Ziegfeld Follies by Fats Waller, Harry Link, and Billy Rose (1:59) https://youtu.be/HCnckV2gEyQ
Excerpt chapter 10: They Didnt Believe Me from The Girl from Utah by Jerome Kern and Herbert Reynolds (3:11) https://youtu.be/82YcicUgmNw
Excerpt chapter 11: Toot, Toot, Tootsie! by Gus Kahn, Ernie Erdman, and Danny Russo (2:05)

https://youtu.be/KD_YRnuuKyY

Article review

please respond to the following questions. Your answers should be 100-250 words per question. 

  • What do you think was to blame for what happened in the Bhopal gas leak?
  • Who do you think should be responsible for the medical and environmental costs of the gas leak?

English

Final Exam

HIST 1301

NAME:

Your final exam is based on the following key terms, names, events, and ideas: Before you turn in your final, please delete these terms so it doesnt skew your turnitin.com similarity index. It would also help to delete the instructions in each section as well.

REFER TO IMAGE FOR QUESTION ONE 

Section 1. Identification (60 points). Choose SIX terms from the list above (at least ONE must come from each column or from each third of the list beyond that, you may choose). Write at least a paragraph (at least 5 sentences) for each that discusses the who/what/when/where information (identifying details important for this class). Then you should be able to argue why it/they is significance to American history. (The significance could be at least one of the following: the event/person created a change or led to something else happening; and /or the event/person is an example of a larger concept or phenomenon; and/or the event/person corrects a common misperception about American history). Type your responses in the numbered area below. Use as much space as you need.

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Section 2. Consequences (35 points). This section will test whether you can identify and explain the consequences of events in American history (in other words, youre discussing what happened because of something its not always negative but sometimes is). You must provide the consequences for these key events. Answer in 3-5 sentences.

  1. What were the consequences of the development of the cotton gin?
  2. What were the consequences of the Compromise of 1850?
  3. What were the consequences of Andrew Johnsons Presidential Reconstruction?
  4. What were the consequences of the U.S. invasion of Mexico (1846-1848)?
  5. What were the consequences of Nat Turners Rebellion?

Section 3. Historical Progression (55 points). This section will test whether you understand the relation of events in American history to each other. You will choose one the historical progression questions below and provide seven events in that category in order. For each event, you will provide a 2 sentence statement that explains why that step was significant or served as a turning point in a given progression question. Some of the terms above could be points or could inform your points. Begin by deleting all the questions except for the one youre choosing.

  • How did the institution of American slavery evolve from 1800 until 1865?
  • How did American democracy change from 1800 through 1877?
  • How did sectional tensions (North vs. South) increase or change from the early 1800s through 1877?
  • How did the tensions between federal and state power evolve from 1800 until 1877?
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The negative Affects Of Social Media

  • Write in the 3rd person
      • (he, she, it, the driver, the student, people, they),
    • avoiding ALL use of the first and second person pronouns
      • (I, you, me, we, etc.)
  • Approximately 7-10 pages (about 2000 words), plus a Works Cited page
  • Typed, Double-spaced, 1 inch margins, 12 point font
  • 8-9 cited sources (only 2 internet sources)
    • cited material should be evident, including the use of quotations, paraphrases, and summaries.
  • MLA formatted headers, citations, and works cited page.

English

Strategy: There is no right or wrong interpretation, but some interpretations are harder to support than others. To arrive at a solid, original claim you will need to identify literary devices such as storyline, character, theme, scene, and setting, as well as literary devices such as imagery, irony, satire, use of metaphor, or other stylistic patterns. You might consider diction, voice, syntax, tone, organizational format, etc.

Look at how such literary devices contribute to the essays overall effect, message, or purpose.

Focus: Your paper should explain how you see the literary elements doing what they do. In other words, you will make a case for what you think makes this essay good from a writerly perspective. Go beyond merely restating what you see in the text; flesh out your thoughts and speculations on how these elements work. Much of the paper will come from you, from your impressions of the text, how you see it put together, and what you think makes it strong. The more precise you can make your claim your interpretive statement the more importance you can give that claim, and the better your paper will work.

Dont forget to add a concise, yet thorough conclusion that points back to your original claim and wraps up the paper.

The advances in technology on cars have impacted society greatly and caused many changes in cars such as traveling, air pollution, economy etc

Try to use things from these two articles. How the Invention of the Car Changed the World. Aceable, https://www.aceable.com/blog/how-the-invention-of-the-car-changed-the-world/.

LeisureLife. The Automobile: Effects/Impact on Society and Changes in Cars Made by Generation. AxleAddict, AxleAddict, 4 Mar. 2011, https://axleaddict.com/auto-industry/Affects-of-the-Automobile-on-Society-and-Changes-Made-by-Generation.
Anything about how cars can relate back to Browns Essay ” A Community of Cars” would be nice. Maybe something about they affect families and jobs as well

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Choose one of the topics below and relate it to a personal experience or that of someone you know. 

A)   What Goes Around Comes Around [Karma]

B)   Head vs. Heart

C)   A Point of No Return

D)   A Tradition in My Family/Culture [still relevant?]

E)    __________Has [or Has Not] Been There for Me

F)    I Once Was, But Now I _____________________

G)   Starting All Over

H)   A Regret

I)     An Achievement

J)     A Promise Kept [or Broken]

*****No ouside sources needed. 

****Title is needed

Developing Lives

Place a copy of your reflection journal for the Developing Lives program in this dropbox. Be sure that you have covered the required information:

  • Discuss at least two experiences/challenges you were given to deal with for each developmental period (prenatal, infancy, early childhood, middle childhood, adolescence)
  • What did you learn from this Assignment?
  • How will what you learned affect how you raise your own children?

I chose to be a single parent male with a boy called William. The Journal must be 2 to 3 pages long, it must be spell-checked, carefully typed and grammatically correct.