Prewriting: Preparing for the Discussion
For this assignment, you'll first write a short compare-and-contrast essay about related themes in Oedipus the King with Pablo Picasso's The Tragedy. After that, you'll have a discussion about what you've written. Students who aren't able to have a discussion may be directed to upload their compare/contrast essay for your teacher.
In at least five hundred words, write an essay that compares and contrasts related themes in Picasso's The Tragedy and Sophocles's Oedipus the King. Begin by identifying at least two common themes. Then compare and contrast how each work addresses the theme. Analyze what is included, as well as what is left out of each composition. Include specific examples from the text or painting of how its medium communicates its ideas.
Use this prewriting exercise as the basis for your discussion. If you are unable to discuss in a collaborative environment, you will simply upload your essay to your teacher.
2. The American Revolution and the French Revolution shared many similar goals.
3. B. Problem and solution
4. A. A footnote includes a reference to an outside source.
5. A. Compare and contrast
6. B. School lunches can be healthier and tastier with just a few simple changes.
7. A. Main Ideas
8. C. Highlighting
9. C. Outlining
10. C. Journaling
2. If he is writing a compare and contrast essay about these two Revolutions, then the first thesis would be good to use because it establishes a basis for comparison. He can then, in his essay, state what those comparisons were.
3. The passage discusses a problem that middle-school students are experiencing and then proposes a solution to their problem.
4. Footnotes and endnotes are both found at the bottom of the page and use a superscript within the text. Endnotes provide additional comments about a source. I know this because I used Turabian/Chicago formatting for one of my classes.
5. Reyhan is pointing out the similarities and differences between Earth's climate 100 years ago and today.
6. The changes would provide a solution to the problem of school lunches not being all that healthy or tasty.
7. This is the one I'm least sure of, so I apologize if my answer is incorrect. But I put A because typically, you want to take in the main ideas of a text in addition to its key details.
8. I would say this because she can quickly highlight key points (thus allowing her to engage with the textbook) and easily go back to them (because they are highlighted and easy to notice).
9. If Lola uses an outline, that would be the most structured and sequenced way of taking notes while she reads the text because she can organize her ideas.
10. Hilde should use journaling to quickly jot down her thoughts and reflections to the text.
8 is c
they both sent money
if this is for college you should write it yourself. relying on other people is very risky and this is not a good way to succeed in college. i believe in you
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Movies and books have similarities and differences; but it seems that the differences outweigh the similarities. Both can be used to express fiction; entertain; and be enjoyed by young and old alike. However, books and movies differ in the use of imagination; duration or length of time; audience; and interpretation.
Fiction can be told through books and
movies. In fact, a number of movies are adaptations of the novel or book form. Maze Runners and Harry Potter are examples of books turned into movies. Secondly, both
are forms of entertainment. Reading fiction or watching a movie entertain us
and make us relax. Finally, both can be enjoyed by the young and the old. There
is no age limit to being able to get access to books and movies especially now
that we have the Internet.
On the other hand, in matters of the
use of imagination, the printed form can be limitless. Since movies are visually
presented, the audience becomes a passive spectator of the series of events and
characters presented to him. Secondly, books take time to finish depending on the
age and reading speed of the readers. In contrast, movies can be done in an
hour or two. There are even Indie (independent) films that are less than an
hour in length. Thirdly, books can only be enjoyed by a single person; while
movies can be shared with friends and loved ones at home or in the cinemas
which can be more fun. Finally, in matters of interpretation, the printed form
can have more details that the interpretation could be different depending on
the reader’s age, experience and culture. However, movies are often interpreted
by the director or producers and have to suit certain conditions such as
budget, target audience, and censorship.
Overall, despite the differences,
books and movies have undeniably been great companions of human experience,
where a person can escape into some place and time that he can control. Whether
the story has a tragic or happy ending, it is still worth our time and
Personally, I prefer good movies spent
on Friday nights with my friends. Nothing can beat the relaxing time spent
sharing popcorn and soda.
The purchase of a computer comes with several additional monthly and annual costs. Bills for broadband Internet service (approximately $90) and additional electricity usage (approximately $10) would add a monthly cost of $100. Annually, the cost for Internet and electricity would be $1,200.
The antivirus software must be renewed every year (approximately $20). So, the approximate annual cost rises to $1,220. Plus, I will have to buy paper and cartridges for the printer from time to time.
I could reduce the cost of Internet access by opting for a low-speed connection, but that would prevent me from making the most of my computer. Even though the cost of broadband is quite high, the computer is worth it. I can think of many ways that the computer can benefit me over time. I can use it to earn some money by doing part-time work, writing a blog, or contributing to a video channel. The computer will meet my business, academic, social, and entertainment needs. So I believe my purchase is justified.
Contrast: Density measures the amount of matter present in an object. Volume is concerned with the amount of space the object occupies.
If you want to write about your family like your mother and father, you can start off by saying how they first met and once that happens you can also write how much they care about you and how much you care about them. Also write about what they do for your birthdays and how they make you happy. That could be a good topic. The introduction for this will be how they first met the body will be how much you guys care about each other deeply and the conclusion is to answer why you care so much about them.
The City and country life could be a great start for your topic. You could talk about where you were born and where you were raised and why this city and/or country is your home. talk about the memories. So the introduction will be where you are born and where you were raised, the body will be about how and why that city and/or country is your home and the conclusion will about your memories in your home.
Childhood and adulthood will be a excellent topic because you talking about your childhood, what you did, what you liked about it and how you will miss it once you hit adulthood. The introduction will be about memories of your childhood, the body will be how much you liked it and how much youre going to miss it once you hit adulthood. and the conclusion will your goal plan once you hit adulthood like what are you going to accomplish when you finally graduate high school? How can you achieve your goals. something like that
Movies and books might not be a great topic because you are just talking about your favorite movies and/or books and if you haven't read any books in your life then it won't be a long paragraph so this topic is not recommended.
So to conclude this either 1,2,or 3 should be a great topic. But if i were you I would choose 3 because you get to talk about the memories you made during your childhood and how you are going to miss it by the time you are an adult.
Hope this helped :)
Have a great day
because they are likely to use their corrupted thought process to get what they want. not what is better for the another reason they shouldn't is since they abused their rights as a us citizen they should have certain rights stripped away from them as punishment, such as the right to vote. due to the lack of proper behavior exemplified from their actions , it would be hard for people to trust them because of their criminal record. either directly (in the case of a referendum or ballot initiative) or indirectly (by choosing lawmakers and law enforcers). in fact, we do have certain minimum, objective standards of responsibility and commitment to our laws that we require people to meet before they are given a role in the solemn enterprise of self-government. people who have committed serious crimes against their fellow citizens don’t meet those standards. and those crimes can include such “non-violent felonies” as, say, treason and espionage, or voter fraud and public corruption, white-collar crime and felonies merely “concerning drugs” — like trafficking in fentanyl-laced heroin and selling it to minors, for example. if you’re not willing to follow the law, then you should not have a role in making the law for everyone else.
i don't know and i don't care .
For this assignment, you'll first write a short...