Discuss the above reviews in light of the information from the text on how to write evaluation essays

Read the following evaluations of recent horror movies:
It Follows: https://www.theguardian.com/film/2015/feb/26/it-follows-review-horror-sex-death
Fear Street: https://www.rogerebert.com/reviews/fear-street-part-one-1994-movie-review-2021
The Nun: https://www.rollingstone.com/tv-movies/tv-movie-reviews/the-nun-movie-review-718609/
Read “Evaluation Essays”: https://open.maricopa.edu/english101open/chapter/evaluation-essays/
Discuss the above reviews in light of the information from the text on how to write evaluation essays
According to the text on evaluation essays, what should be included in an evaluation?
Do these reviews do so? Which one is the best? The worst? (in terms of the evaluation, not the movie).
Discuss for one page, double spaced.

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Stereotype

Attached file has the instructions and my examples / ideas of the essay. you can use my intro and background or you can come up with your own if you would like. Topic will be about Stereotype and as far as the sources or citation it will have to be checked through the factcheck.org it has to be an actual source. Thank you and let me know if you have any questions.

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Public vs Private Colleges

Length: 1,000 word paper (It can go over 1,000 words, but do not have less. You must have 1,000 words
for the body of your paper- does not include footnotes, title page, or bibliography)
2) Make sure to cite everything properly to avoid plagiarism.
• If your paper does not have Footnotes, you will receive a 0.
• If your paper does not have a Bibliography, you will receive a 0.
• If your paper contains plagiarism, you will receive a 0.
The print font should be 12-point size using Times New Roman. Always check the instructor’s requirements
before submitting your paper.
➢ The document should be double-spaced except for footnotes and within citations on the BIBLIOGRAPHY page.
➢ The margins at the left and right of the page should be one inch.
➢ Indent the first line of each paragraph ½” (usually the setting of the Tab key).
➢ The margins should align on the left only (do not justify margins).
➢ The margins at the bottom of the page should be one inch.
➢ The margins at the top of the page should be one inch.
Title Page
➢ Center everything on the page.
➢ If the title is longer than forty-eight spaces, type it in two or more
double-spaced lines.
➢ Center the paper title 1/3 page down.
➢ Center your name, the class, instructor, and date 2/3 down
Footnotes
➢ Single-space after the last line of the text and type an unbroken line
twenty spaces long (approximately two inches), beginning at the
left hand margin.
➢ Single-space after this line.
➢ Indent the first line using the same indentation as used for paragraphs.
➢ Footnotes are single-spaced within each entry with a double-space
between entries.
➢ The footnote number should be an Arabic number followed by a period.
If a footnote runs longer than a line, do not indent the next line.
➢ Within the text, the superscriipt number should be at the end of the
1) Do not use more than two “be” verbs in each paragraph
o “Be” verbs = am, is, are, was , were, be, being, been
o Points will be deducted for all other “be” verbs found in that paragraph.
2) Do not use contractions
o Write out your words
 Ex. Can’t = cannot ; don’t = do not
3) If you use numbers in your paper:
o Write out the numbers 1-100 (so one, two, three, and so forth)
o If it is a number over one hundred, you can simply type the number (1,000, 250, etc.)
4) Do not use abbreviations
o This is a formal research paper, so do not use abbreviations such as thnxs, lol, ppls, etc.
5) Write in third person
o Do not use first person (example: I believe this painting represents the artist’s struggle with mental health issues.)
 Personal pronouns = I, me, we, mine, etc.
o Instead, your paper should be written in third person (example: Picasso’s paintings represent the artist’s struggle with mental health issues.)
6) Use footnotes, not endnotes.
o Your paper should have a title page, footnotes, and a bibliography page.
7) No quotes or block quotes.
o If you have a quote you feel is imperative to include in your paper, you MUST get it approved by me or points will be deducted.

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Annotated Bibliography Assignment

Assigned Sources:
James Bridle, New Dark Age (selections);
Timothy Erik Ström, “Capital and Cybernetics,”
Maha Ahmed, “Aided by Palantir, the LAPD Uses Predictive Policing to Monitor Specific People and Neighborhoods;”
Noam Chomsky, Who Rules The World? (Selections);
Shoshana Zuboff, The Age of Surveillance Capitalism (selections)
David Graeber, “On the Phenomenon of Bullshit Jobs;”
Lili Xia et. al., “Global food insecurity and famine from reduced crop, marine fishery and livestock production due to climate disruption from nuclear war soot injection”
  
Directions:
Your Annotated Bibliography will consist of BOTH assigned sources and sources discovered on your own, and that reflect your specific interest(s).  Please use 1.15 line spacing.  Refer to OWL Purdue for correct MLA and APA citation format.  We’ll also review these in class.

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final Essay For “High Functioning” Essay

Hello If I could have the same writer please ID # 317858076
Reading 1: Esmé Weijun Wang, “High-Functioning”
Write an essay that analyzes rhetorical strategies the author uses to make their argument and appeal to their audience. These strategies might include the persona (or ethos) they craft in their essay, their organizational choices or use of evidence (logos), the appeals they make to their audience’s emotions (pathos), and/or other creative or rhetorical elements you notice.

A successful rhetorical analysis pulls apart a text, explains how it works, makes an original claim about it, and supports the claim with specific details. Your goal in this assignment is to choose the elements of the text that you think are most interesting and most important to making it work (or not), and make a critical argument about their effect. Your thesis will state your rhetorical argument about the text, establish the rhetorical elements you will focus on in your analysis, and explain how these relate to the author’s purpose and the impact you believe these elements make on that purpose. For example:
The author’s use of personal stories combined with extensive research persuades readers of her credibility. This helps the author make an effective argument for x by …
While the author effectively utilizes appeals of ethos and pathos, their logos appeal is undermined by x…
The author’s tone and word choice in the essay are (not) effective in supporting their overall purpose because…
In the body of your essay, you will demonstrate your understanding of the text, its message, and its audience, and develop support for your rhetorical argument with evidence from the text. This assignment does not ask you to argue for or against the essay’s topic. Rather, you will be writing more about the techniques the author uses than the topic of their essay. Be sure to review What is Rhetorical Analysis? for further help in developing your analysis.

Further questions you might consider in order to generate ideas for your essay include:
What evidence does the author use for support? How does that help you understand their intended purpose and audience for this essay? What do they assume their audience understands and cares about?
What tone and approach does the author use? How does that affect the persona the author creates for themself in this piece?
Who is definitely not the audience for this essay? Who is the author definitely not trying to reach?
What effect does the author hope to have on their readers? What are they trying to accomplish through this essay? How do they reveal their argument and purpose?
Where and when was this essay originally published, and how does that context shape the essay? What does the context tell you about the imagined audience for the essay? What other contexts regarding the time and place of the publication help you understand it?
Formatting and Requirements
Copy and paste your essay directly in Achieve. I strongly encourage you to write your essay in another platform (Microsoft Word or Google Docs)
Your essay should be approximately 3-4 pages in length (around 1000-1200 words)
Include your name, my name, class and date in the upper left corner of the 1st page
Format your essay according to MLA guidelines (see Documenting Sources: MLA Style in Achieve)
Include a Works Cited page listing all sources you used or consulted
For Writing Assistance:
See me during office hours for help with specific questions regarding your essay
Visit the FAU Writing Center for in-person or virtual writing assistance. http://www.fau.edu/UCEW/
Source Check
Source Checks allow you to check your drafts for potential plagiarism prior to (if enabled) and during submission. Source Check reports show you possible types of plagiarism that might be present in your work, paired with content that will help you evaluate and fix any problems.See Macmillan Learning Privacy Notice.
Identify Similarity Types
• Exact Match: Contains identical language to sources on the web or in the database
• Close Wording: Uses nearly identical wording (e.g.; “slow” becomes “slowly”)
• Close Structure: Maintains close sentence structure with synonyms replacing original text
Exclude from Source Check
• Quoted material
Report Frequency
• Student may run up to 2 reports per draft until due date
What’s Included in Source Check Report?
• Similarity Analysis
• Flagged Material
• Source Matches
• Recommended Resources

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Summarize a scholarly article. This could be any article that you choose

Describe the main points in your own words with one to two paragraphs and then write a personal response, indicating your views on the topic, providing concrete examples and experiences from your life. A thoughtful, insightful, and informed discussion of the topic is expected. MLA FORMAT PLEASE.

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Forever Overhead” by David Foster Wallace

Part #1:
Annotate the story and write a one-page response regarding why you chose it.
LINK- https://biblioklept.org/2014/09/01/forever-overhead-david-foster-wallace/
Why should others read this story?
Present the plot of the story, the main characters, and the author.
Prepare a presentation on the chosen text. You have to present 1-2 comments on each other presentations to get full points.
Part #2: Presentation of chosen selections – PowerPoint , – Discussion Forum # 6
What do we need to make a story work?
What have we learned about literature so far?
Why should others read this text?
Present the plot of the story, the main characters, and the author.
EXAMPLE OF PART 1
The Gift of the Magi by O. Henry
This is a short story written by writer O. Henry. This story talks about two main characters “Della” and “Jim”, the setting of the story is Christmas. The plot entails that both characters sacrificed something very special to them in order to get what they thought was the “perfect gift” for each other on Christmas Day. “Della’s” character was described as having long beautiful hair which her husband loved and cherished. Her husband “Jim” most cherished gift was an heirloom of gold watched passed through generations. They were described as not having much money from their jobs but they were both determined to spend what they had to ensure that on Christmas day the gift would be perfect. The Irony of this story is that “Della” sold her hair to buy a chain to attach to the watch her husband had and “Jim” sold the watch to buy a comb that Della wanted for a while to put in her hair. On Christmas day they were both surprised that the gifts they had for each other no longer served a purpose.
I chose this story because from personal experience sacrificing something that I hold dear to my heart thinking that I can get something better to gift someone I love when sometimes all they really need is me, just me as the gift. Another reason is when we have something that we consider not so important, someone else depends on that thing because it is important to them. You never know how much you mean to someone with the simplest gestures that you do. It may not be a big deal for you but to the other person, that quality is what may be carrying them through the day.

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Write a cover letter for a bank

2. Design a Cover Letter
Write a cover letter specifically tailored to the job. Pay attention to the following:
o • Do you identify your reason for writing, the job being applied to, and where you found the listing?
o • Have you explained why you’re applying to the job?
o • Do you highlight relevant experience, skills, or credentials?
o • Does focus on only one major qualification in each paragraph?
o • What solid evidence aka supporting arguments do you make to back up your qualifications?
o • Have you correctly formatted contact information and provided at top of page?
o • Check your tone: grammatical, upbeat, respectful, and professional

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Choose Two of the Poems attached

The purpose of this assignment is to demonstrate your ability to use formal aspects of poetry in interpretation.
Step 1: choose two poems that you have been assigned to read this semester that you think either SHARE a theme or take an INTERESTINGLY DIFFERENT approach to a theme.
So, you could choose two poems that are about struggling for freedom, where one is about giving up, whereas the other is more about persevering. Or you could choose two of our poems that are skeptical about romantic love and examine how each conveys that idea. If you’ve done all the reading, you have lots of poems to choose from, including ones I assigned but that we didn’t have a chance to discuss in class.
Really, you can build any kind of thematic bridge you like: poems that show ambivalence about family life; poems that are about being a poet – there are plenty of comparisons to do. If you’re stuck for a topic, just ask and I can try to help.
In order to make a statement about the poem’s theme, you will want to discuss the speaker, and look at some images, but most importantly you MUST discuss the use of form. So:
Choose elements of any TWO of the three formal strategies below, and compare how the two poems employ them in the service of the theme.
A Line: How do the poems use end stopping? Or enjambment? Short or long lines? Variations of line length?
B Sound: How does they use consonance, assonance, rhyme?
C Meter: does either use metrical uniformity and/or variation?
So, for example, you could discuss consonance and line length; or enjambment and assonance; or end-stopping and rhyme. In each case you must be able to say what the particular example of a formal strategy you’re analyzing adds an additional layer of meaning to the denotation and connotation of the words, and thus contributes to your understanding of the theme. You must do this by correctly incorporating direct quotes into your essay text, and making detailed analytical statements about the quotes.
In your conclusion, focus on explaining what you learned about these poems by doing this comparison – how their differences and similarities shed light on one another.
There is no reason to include outside sources in this paper. If you do draw on outside reading, you must cite your source correctly or risk receiving a zero. I am happy to help you with doing that correctly, if it comes up.
Papers that do not respond directly to this prompt will receive a zero. An F, that is, a paper that tries and fails, is a 50, so, you do the math. The math is clear, and yet people do turn in weird stuff they find online and hope for the best. Please don’t.
Your essay will be judged on the following:
Correct identification of formal elements in the poem
Complete explanation of how each example contributes to understanding of the theme of the poem being discussed
Technically correct use of evidence, i.e. quotations correctly integrated, punctuated, cited
Use of standard essay structure, including a thesis statement responding to the prompt, and complete paragraphs with topic sentences
Correct use of English for Academic Purposes, including grammar and syntax

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