The department your major in is exploring innovative strategies to raise money for your degree program. Although they are considering several possible methods at the moment, one of the front-running ideas is to create and sell non-fungible tokens (NFTs), a type of digital asset stored on a blockchain. They want to know if creating and selling NFTs will be a smart, viable, and sustainable fundraising option. Also, perhaps more importantly, they want to know if this option will align with the university’s principles and academic ethos overall.
In an effort to get a fresh perspective on the matter as well as gauge community sentiment, the department is randomly selecting a group of students to weigh-in on the decision-making process. You are one of those students.
For this writing project, you must first research NFTs and inform yourself on the topic, current trends, use cases, blockchain mechanics, and/or any other associated elements. Then, consider the key stakeholders (your department, ASU, etc.) in this scenario and weigh any potential risks or implications that an NFT project may cause/pose. Based on your research and analysis, write a convincing rationale that proposes whether or not your department should create an NFT project to raise funds for your program.
Assume your audience has a basic knowledge of NFTs already. It is not necessary to explain what NFTs are to them.
Avoid using personal pronouns.
Introduce and develop a compelling thesis statement that takes a clear stance on the issue. The thesis statement must make a proposal argument.
Provide necessary context into the issue you have chosen and potentially what’s at stake.
Incorporates credible research, statistics, quotes, and/or evidence from at least six (6) secondary sources to enrich and support your argument.
Stay structured over a clear and logical sequence of claims and subclaims.
Offer a thoughtful conclusion that adequately summarizes the paper’s main ideas and key takeaways.
Include at least six (6) sources from credible secondary sources.
Correct MLA format, including correct in-text citations and a Works Cited page.
Students will continue to explore the African experience depicted in the novel, ” Raisin in the sun” through at least three of the characters in the play. Use quotes from the play in the paper.
To access the play use this link: https://khdzamlit.weebly.com/uploads/1/1/2/6/11261956/a_raisin_in_the_sun_-_lorraine_hansberry.pdf
do a response paper You should have a clear thesis. No Works Cited page necessary You should have a clear thesis. You should support your thesis with clear evidence from the text and the project. Finish a paper with a clear conclusion that furthers your thoughts. i have uploaded the work that you are to read and create your response paper on. to give you a better understanding of our project we had to create a modern picture book, Multi-media book, Comic Book or A Song based on a 5-10 age range. Pictures should be drawn are creatively collaged. (No stock Internet photos.) Your final upload should be as a Powerpoint and be presented to read as a children’s book would.
-Using symbolism, amoral, or modern-day issue (not bullying), write a children’s book for kids ages 5-10. Make sure you use age-related language, images, or wording that is appropriate and engaging, and upload it as a Powerpoint or Prezi.
Research project on The Color Purple, by Alice Walker. My thesis statement is ″In The Color Purple, by Alice Walker, violence against women was not only normalized but expected, and women were seen as sub-human and less than men. ″
I need four paragraphs, one on how violence against women is normalized, one paragraph on how violence against women is expected (either by women or by society), one paragraph on how women are treated as less than men (showing the rights or privileges that men have that women do not), and one paragraph on how women are treated as subhuman (I was thinking a more philosophical route with this one, defining ″what makes something human″ and showing how women are treated less than that).
For each paragraph, I′d need at least one quote from the text and at least one quote from a reputable literary criticism, however in total for the whole essay I need at least 5 quotes from reputable literary criticism.
There also needs to be a work cited page (the work cited page is not included in the 6 pages, it needs its own dedicated page). If needbe, you can simply link the resources used at the bottom of the essay and I′ll do the work cited page myself.
I am a junior in high school, however, I would say I do have a more academic writing style when it comes to essays; if you could match the language use and writing style to match that, that would be fantastic. I can also show you the outline for the assignment if that would help. Anything to make your job easier, and thank you so much in advance. 🙂
*All of the Sources are in the sources file; you can copy and paste them at the end
* The Readings are Hartman, Cathy Hong, Ta-Nehisi Coates
* There have to be at least two quotes from whomever author, but they all must be included at once or twice in body paragraphs 1-4
* The intro must (1). Start with something Concrete/interesting 2. Introduce the problem (3). Introduce the essay, introduce all authors and the name of the readings, (4) Explain Revelavance, how are they related (5), a thesis (at least three reasons, arguments/explanation answering the prompt question) (6). Transition to the next
* Grading Rubic on the Gradic Rubic File
* Magic Formula is the best way to Structure a paragraph
* The analytical Essay Structure is the best way to Structure the essay, and the examples provided ( about Depression and sadness and A, B, are supposed to be quotes that support your argument)
* The prompt (answer the question): Drawing specific, idea-rich evidence from Hartman, Hong, and Coates’s texts to substantiate your synthetic analysis, compose an original essay in response to the following question: How might historicization shape perceptions of present social and political realities?
Essay Three: Lorraine Hansberry and an Outside Source(s)
Format and Requirements: 4-5 pages, double-spaced, Times New Roman font, 1-inch margins, no cover page, third-person pronouns only
In Lorraine Hansberry’s play “A Raisin in the Sun,” she gives an inside look into the dynamics of an African American family living in the 1950s. The Civil Rights Movement is in the middle of its campaign for change and equality in America, and the Younger family is learning how they best fit into their community in Chicago. As with all stories, the individual characters give the audience different viewpoints on plot and character dynamics. According to The Seagull Book of Plays, “You analyze characters in a play much the same way you analyze people in life. At first, you react to them spontaneously. Gradually, as each character acts, speaks, and develops (or doesn’t develop), you modify your first impression to create a more complex sense of each character’s nature” (xix). There are many ways to define a character:
Sympathetic Characters – Characters the audience wishes well and feels sorry for when they suffer
Unsympathetic Characters – Characters with whom you are not meant to sympathize
Dynamic Characters – Characters who change through the course of the play
Static Characters – Characters who remain the same throughout the play
Protagonist – Character with the most focus (i.e., main character or “hero” – Harry Potter)
Antagonist – Character against the protagonist (i.e., “villain” – Lord Voldemort)
Write an essay in which you choose a character from “A Raisin in the Sun” to analyze his/her role in the play based on his/her type of character. The thesis statement should include your chosen character as well as the character type of which you are defining that character. Use specific details from Hansberry’s play and at least one credible outside source to dive into that character’s role in the play. You are allowed to use more outside sources.
Criteria for Evaluation:
Argument: Argument directly and fully answers the prompt; is clearly stated early in the paper; is original, compelling and logical, avoiding absolute claims
Evidence: Appropriate amount of relevant, accurate, and justifiably interpreted quotation. Quotations are thoroughly introduced, explained, analyzed, and connected to argument/other texts. Possible counter-arguments are considered. Includes required number and types of sources.
Organization: Paragraphs maintain argumentative focus, exclude extraneous information, appear in a logical order, and transition smoothly. Introduction sets forth argument and goals of essay. Conclusion opens up avenues for future research.
Audience: Consistent, academic tone. Appropriate amount of contextual information, anticipating audience questions. Addresses significant issues and makes them important to audience.
Grammar and Format: Errors in grammar, spelling, and usage limited or non-existent. Correct MLA format, including proper quotation citation.
Citations must capture the substance of the decoration with dignity and clarity.
The narrative is a short description of the act, achievement, or service. Be specific on facts and limit to no more than two sentences, if possible. Emphasize the individual’s mission contribution and use active voice and forceful verbs.
Use the below information for citation:
– Developed fitness expansion project; propelled 2 squadrons/35 Aimen/installed $563K equipment–opened commands 1st $17M Aquatic center
– Steered services contracts; managed $39K Non appropriated Fund budget/6 civillians, coordinated 3 Fitness Improvement Plan program–garnered $2.7K revenue/rectified 1-year sales gap
– Revitalized operation; piloted weekly aerobic scheduled/added 2 class/2 hires/readied accounts–boosted customer satisfaction by 58%
– Drove squadron DRMO project; prepped $89K in assets/cleared 7K square feet satellite gym
* The clip I provided is the Unconventional Baptism. These are also pages that have bolded words if needed. I will worry about the HTML stuff just worry about the essay
How to Watch a Movie
This analysis project requires you to tackle a problem within your field of study by first exploring it, its causes, and its impacts. Then, if you want, you can recommend one or more practical solutions to solve the problem.
After deciding on the problem you wish to tackle, begin building questions about it. Your goal for the analysis is to answer the questions through your sources. Finding multiple angles and perspectives is ideal so that you explore those possibilities in the final paper before settling on your recommendation. Be sure to identify what is at stake.
Here are questions to help guide your analysis:
What is the problem being addressed (explain, describe, and “prove” that it exists)?
Who is affected by this problem?
Why does this problem exist (identify the root causes)?
Why does the problem persist (identify the major factors that contribute to the problem’s ongoing presence)?
What is at stake if the problem is not solved?
If you decide to include a solution, use these questions to guide you:
Who can take action?
What should they do, exactly?
Why would this help?
What are the positive and negative aspects of your solution(s)?
PURPOSE: To analyze a problem and possibly provide a solution
AUDIENCE: Classmates, others interested in the field
LENGTH: 900 – 1,000 words (Times New Roman font). Please do not go significantly under or above the word count requirement.
FORMAT: The citation style that is appropriate for your discipline (APA)
Purpose and Guidelines
An executive summary is meant to capture the main ideas of a longer text, such as an extensive article, business plan, research findings, or a book.
The executive summary can be written by author of the text it is summarizing (you might be asked to write a summary of your own report), but you will not be pretending you are the author of the article you read for this assignment.
You will still not use the word “I” in the executive summary. You can assume that the reader knows that you are the author of this summary. (You don’t need to say, “I believe X.” You can just say, “X.”)
The tone is formal, but it should be easy to read.
The executive summary is most often used in business settings. The intended audience for an executive summary is upper-level management or executives. They may not have time to read an entire text, so they depend on a clear and accurate executive summary to capture the essentials of the full text.