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Explore how literature reveals the complexities of being human in any one of the

Explore how literature reveals the complexities of being human in any one of the following prompts: Prompt 1—Shakespeare Essay Argumentative Essay or Multimedia Presentation Does Shakespeare Still Matter? Write or present a convincing argument with supporting textual evidence from the texts in the course, as well as others of your own choosing, as to why Shakespeare still matters or does not matter. Explain whether his writing reflects the human condition or not. Is Shakespearean literature still relatable today? Explain with reasons…

Think of a group that you are presently a part of or have been a part of in the

Think of a group that you are presently a part of or have been a part of in the recent past (within the last 2 years). Provide the following information about that group and its communication. (You do not need to give the name the group.) Briefly describe the group for your classmates, including purpose, goals, and size of the group and why you were a part of it (3-4 sentences). Describe the types of communication in the group: climate,…

For Professional Experience #5, you will develop a promotional message. This can

For Professional Experience #5, you will develop a promotional message. This can be an email, letter, infographic, image, or any other relevant material that answers the following question: Why should students take a Professional Communications course?  Instructions: Step One: Choose the type of file you want to use to develop your promotional message (Word document, PowerPoint, etc.) and open a new file in that type and save to your desktop, using the following file name format: Your_Name_Wk9_Promotion Example: Ed_Buchanan_Wk9_Promotion Step Two: Develop a promotional…

Read the following chapter of your textbook and upload your notes Carah, N. & Lo

Read the following chapter of your textbook and upload your notes Carah, N. & Louw, E. (2015). Making news.  In N. Carah & E. Louw, Media and society: production, content and participation. Sage publications, Ltd. (pp.124-145) Note-taking DO NOT simply cut and paste quotations from the text to fulfill the requirements for taking notes for each subsection. You will not get any grade for doing this as this does not demonstrate your understanding. It only indicates that you can select…

music link file -1 link-1 https://youtu.be/hspvnz2SjCw link-2 https://youtu.be/i

music link file -1 link-1 https://youtu.be/hspvnz2SjCw link-2 https://youtu.be/id3QU5nJXQg file -2 no link read the  information in the file  music link file-3 link-1 https://youtu.be/YVPZcg5LNDc link-2 https://youtu.be/A5tRGMHfKrE Example for file 1 and file 3 1) The solo styles are all unique while sounding uniform. The way they treat the melody's and tempos are different but it is blended to sound like 1. 2) The flute solo is a lot more relaxed than the sax solo but they both sound just as musically…

just need to make small changes to the essay and paraphrase the complete essay t

just need to make small changes to the essay and paraphrase the complete essay to make it look different as well as add additional rhetorical tools into the writing The draft essay is already 1075 words and the final essay should be around 1250 words so  just need to work for around 175 words start essay with your ideas about DFW's speech  the goal of your analysis isn't to explain what DFW is saying, it is to look into why…

The “That’s Not All” Technique involves adding additional incentives to the orig

The "That's Not All" Technique involves adding additional incentives to the original offer to "sweeten the deal". The sequence involves offering a product or service at a particular price. Before the person can respond to that price, you say, "Wait, that's not all!" and then you add the additional incentives. I think the video does a nice job explaining this technique and offering an example, so I will just add a research study to support it. In 1986 Burger was…

Respond to each of the following questions. You will need to write at least 2 pa

Respond to each of the following questions. You will need to write at least 2 paragraphs, one for each question. When you are done posting your response, reply to at least one classmate in no fewer than 75 words. 1. Some students interpret Heglar's essay, "I Work in the Environmental Movement: I Don't Care If You Recycle" as, "There's no use in recycling (or changing light bulbs, or installing solar panels, or adopting a vegan diet). There's not much the individual…

Your presentation will focus on the work of a Los Angeles-based artist (from the

Your presentation will focus on the work of a Los Angeles-based artist (from the overview in class on Tuesday).  Ultimately, your presentation should provide a general overview of the artist’s life and practice, connecting them to other artworks we may have studied or to their larger set of concerns. Within this, it will nearly always be most effective to highlight 3-4 works from their career that exemplify something notable about the artist’s work and interests or concerns. You'll want to…