English Question

In this first draft of this assignment, you will complete a topic proposal that receives professor feedback. At the minimum, in this proposal, you should identify the following:
Your working or preliminary thesis/argument (or if you have two claims you’re deciding on, include them both for feedback
(if you have difficulty articulating a thesis at this point, describe what you’re most interested in or a list of questions you want to pursue in the project)
The author’s purpose or message
The social significance or implications of the novel
(what is the playwright saying/arguing for/criticizing? what should the audience think/feel/do after watching? what does the play contribute to current debates, issues, problems?)
At least two pieces of evidence (quotation, scene, moment, dramatic device) that you plan on integrating as support for your thesis
At least one potential source (other than the novel) and why it looks promising for your analysis
You can complete this draft in whatever format is most productive for your writing process (e.g., in full paragraphs, bulleted lists). This draft will not be assessed for quality, grammar, or mechanics, but for satisfaction of the requirements listed above. While we do not enforce page requirements in this course, as suggested length for this proposal is 2-3 pages, double spaced.
As stated above, you should format any quotations and paraphrases in MLA format.
**Please click here to access the Novel Research Analysis assignment sheet, including the draft breakdown.

Give example where American are or are not, fulfilling the roles

Give example where American are or are not, fulfilling the roles of engaged citizenship. List and contrast the duties of citizenship[supanova_question]

Revision: Discrimination in Healthcare

English Question English Assignment Help Directions
Integrating a visual is like integrating a quotation; you introduce it, present it, cite it, and explain it.

1. Copy your essay #3 and paste it into a new file titled “English 1A: Revision of Essay #3.” (The title of your actual essay should reflect your topic). This way you can begin revising while still keeping the original version of your essay. The title will also help you identify which essay you are working on.
2. Browse through visuals on your topic and select one or two that you think will help illustrate points you are making in your essay. Try this: “identify a few sources that are likely to have what you are looking for, and then search within those sites. For instance, if you need a table showing average life expectancy in different countries, you might begin with the website of the World Health Organization. If you hope to find images related to current events, news publications are an obvious choice. The Library of Congress website includes many media related to American history, culture, and politics” (McLean (Links to an external site.)).
3. Find a point in your essay which directly relates to the visual and paste it in. (See the Helpful Resources below for directions on how to insert images.)
4. Use your own words to introduce the visual before you present it. Make it clear what it is and where it comes from. Remember, this is an opportunity to appeal to ethos by showing the image comes from a reputable source.
5. After you present the visual, cite it as you would a quotation.
6. After the citation, explain what you want readers to see in it and how it supports your point.


– Add more information to your essay. Your revised essay should ADD a 7th page in ADDITION to a Works Cited page.
– Follow my suggestions and reorganize/develop/revise as needed.
– Improve how you appeal to logos, ethos, and pathos in your essay.
– Include at least one image/visual in your essay that you introduce, cite, and explain.
– Follow MLA format for essay format (Links to an external site.), titles (Links to an external site.), in-text citations (Links to an external site.), quotations (Links to an external site.), and the works cited page.

Steps for Revising

1. Improve on how you appeal to logos in your essay by making ideas clear and showing how ideas relate to one another. First, revise your thesis statement so it is a complete sentence that answers your issue-based question. Ask yourself: Who should do what and why? Next, make sure each topic sentence makes one specific claim that supports your thesis. The paragraph should remain focused on that one topic. Put your paragraphs in a logical order that shows the progression of your argument, for example: paragraphs on the impacts of the problem, paragraphs on the racist causes of the problem, paragraphs on the solutions to the problem. Each paragraph should lead logically to the next. Finally, add transitions (Links to an external site.) to your topic sentence so readers can see the logical connections between paragraph topics. You can also work on adding transitions within body paragraphs to help make your essay more coherent.
2. Add research that appeals to the head and the heart.Try to include more than one type of evidence from your research to support each of your points and persuade your audience. Analyze the types of evidence you already use and make a list of things to research. If you use a statistic in one paragraph, add person’s story to put a face on the number to make the reader care (pathos). If you only have a quotation, look for a statistic, other number, or fact to reinforce the speaker’s opinion (logos). Consider other points of view and look for evidence to support them to show you are not biased (ethos). Consider interviewing someone or conducting a focus group to get more opinions. They may help you think of perspectives to further research.
3. Improve how you appeal to ethos. Appealing to ethos requires you to build trust with your readers. Your readers are more likely to trust you if you use reliable evidence to support your claims. First, make sure to cite from well known reliable sources such as academic journals, well respected newspapers, and proven experts. Second, point out what makes the source reliable as you introduce the quotation. Mention the titles of academic journals, newspapers, or experts. You can also show your reader you are trustworthy by fairly presenting the perspectives of people who you may not agree with. Adding counterarguments shows you are not biased.
4. Add at least one visual/image to support your argument. Put it in a logical location and make sure to introduce, explain, and cite the visual just as you would a quotation. Follow the “Steps to Using Visuals in Writing an Argument” in chapter 10 of From Inquiry to Academic Writing (310). You can also refer to these resources: Incorporating Effective Visuals (Links to an external site.) and Incorporating Images, Charts, and Graphs.[supanova_question]

From my professor: All papers for this course should be 3-5 pages long, double-spaced with standard font and margins

From my professor: All papers for this course should be 3-5 pages long, double-spaced with standard font and margins (use
the default font and margins in your MS Word program). No title or headings are required for your
paper. Just include your name and student ID number. The minimum length for the paper to pass is
three full pages.
During the nineteenth century, King Lear was thought to be unfit for the stage. Discuss how this view
derived from that era’s realistic expectations for theatrical representation. Describe how Shakespeare’s
own theatre was not devoted to realism, and how the play only returned to theatrical prominence when
modern practitioners began to once again employ the theatrical conventions of the early modern
period. Be sure to mention:
Universal lighting.
The proximity of the audience.
The lack of realistic scenery or stage effects.
You must address ALL of the issues in the above prompt, incorporating this information into well-
structured paragraphs.
The title King Lear must be italicized (not underlined or put in quotation marks) every time you use it
You must quote directly from the play in your essay. This means from the written text of King Lear,
Broadview Anthology of British Literature Edition, ISBN 978-1-551-119670. Follow the quotation
guidelines for Twelfth Night as described above. If you only quote from King Lear, no Works Cited page
is needed. Where differences occur between Quarto and Folio texts, the Broadview edition lists both
versions. You can quote from either one and list the line numbers from either one. For the purposes of
this paper, there is no need to specify whether you are quoting from Quarto or Folio.
The Professor’s lecture notes for Lear are posted on Canvas to help you write this essay. If you choose to
quote from any of the published works cited in these lecture notes, you must do so in proper MLA
format and list the quoted work on a Works Cited page.[supanova_question]