• a short 250- to 500-word note that explains the following (use headings to identify each of the topics listed below):

Plz see the example and detail instructions file I attach Instruction : Visual, informational report • A short 250- to 500-word note that explains the following (use headings to identify each of the topics listed below): o Why you selected your scenario o How you selected which data to visualize and why you visualized it… Continue reading • a short 250- to 500-word note that explains the following (use headings to identify each
of the topics listed below):

An introduction that states a clear motive for your essay (don’t wait to answer the “so what?”

The goal of this assignment is to craft a textual analysis of one text we have read and discussed so far: “Junkspace” by Rem Koolhaas (PDF attached). Locate a scholarly problem in the text, and make a claim that either “resolves” the problem or responds to it in a thoughtful, insightful way. This assignment will… Continue reading An introduction that states a clear motive for your essay (don’t wait to answer the “so what?”

• describe a bioreaction(s) that was experienced during the disagreement.

A. Explain what happened during the disagreement by answering the following questions: • Describe the situation that led to the conversation. • When did you realize that there was a disagreement during the conversation? • Describe a bioreaction(s) that was experienced during the disagreement. • How did the conversation end? B. Analyze the conversation by… Continue reading • describe a bioreaction(s) that was experienced during the disagreement.

What would you change about the food options, or the exercise options, if you could?

Do you think that Alabama State University (ASU) (OR your hometown) is a “food desert?” Some Background Information: IN her speech “Remarks to the NAACP” former First Lady Michelle Obama discusses certain roadblocks that families and children are facing, regarding the ability to eat healthy and live healthy lifestyles, ESPECIALLY African American families. She described… Continue reading What would you change about the food options, or the exercise options, if you could?

10-20 page short story my professor said this was the best part of my essay.

10-20 page short story My Professor said this was the best part of my essay. “Lily-Rose got into the car as I made a phone call in the driver’s seat. However, as the phone rang, I watched her make herself comfortable and prepare for a nap in my backseat, and I couldn’t help but wonder,… Continue reading 10-20 page short story my professor said this was the best part of my essay.

In “the office of historical corrections,” danielle evans shows the complexity of race, community and family.

In “the Office of Historical Corrections,” Danielle Evans shows the complexity of race, community and family. Explore one of these themes by discussing how the story challenges an assumption or stereotype. Be specific in your references, include details from the text, and quote directly from the novella at least two times. Your essay should be… Continue reading In “the office of historical corrections,” danielle evans shows the complexity of race, community and family.

The crisp december morning held an overwhelming feeling of anticipation.

i have an intro already all i needd is something to follow I also have it planned but need to acullay write it I could feel my heart beat in my ears. The crisp December morning held an overwhelming feeling of anticipation. This feeling has only grown and swelled since we planned our trip to… Continue reading The crisp december morning held an overwhelming feeling of anticipation.

As we review rhetoric in writing this week, consider what it means to read and w

As we review rhetoric in writing this week, consider what it means to read and write rhetorically, and identify and analyze a writer’s rhetorical choices in a text of your choice. You will write a 350-400 word post. In this discussion post, analyze the rhetorical situation of a text of your choosing. You will want… Continue reading As we review rhetoric in writing this week, consider what it means to read and w