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Research about Racism and Colorism as it pertains to Brazil. Length: 6-10 pages

Research about Racism and Colorism as it pertains to Brazil.
Length: 6-10 pages
Sources: 8 total, including two journal/scholarly articles, at least one video/documentary film
Plan to use a variety of credible, authored sources drawn from databases, e-books, credible news websites, videos/ documentary films, images, and Twitter as sources for this paper and presentation.
Style: Formal style with APA citation and formatting:
Title Page (no abstract is needed for student APA papers), Headings, and a References page)
Citations List: APA References Page using NoodleTools* (*NoodleTools is required for project #2)
APA tipsheet highlights: plan to introduce all sources completely, favor p

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This exam requires that you critically read a work of literature and explore an

This exam requires that you critically read a work of literature and explore an aspect of it by presenting an argument using the text itself to support your assumptions. You should have accessed, downloaded, and read three different pieces to choose from for your final literary analysis.
The assignment:
John Keats (1795–1821). The Poetical Works of John Keats. 1884.
55. La Belle Dame Sans Merci
Ballad
I.
O WHAT can ail thee, knight-at-arms,
Alone and palely loitering?
The sedge has wither’d from the lake,
And no birds sing.
II.
O what can ail thee, knight-at-arms!
5
So haggard and so woe-begone?
The squirrel’s granary is full,
And the harvest’s done.
III.
I see a lily on thy brow
With anguish moist and fever dew, 10
And on thy cheeks a fading rose
Fast withereth too.
IV.
I met a lady in the meads,
Full beautiful—a faery’s child,
Her hair was long, her foot was light, 15
And her eyes were wild.
V.
I made a garland for her head,
And bracelets too, and fragrant zone;
She look’d at me as she did love,
And made sweet moan. 20
VI.
I set her on my pacing steed,
And nothing else saw all day long,
For sidelong would she bend, and sing
A faery’s song.
VII.
She found me roots of relish sweet,
25
And honey wild, and manna dew,
And sure in language strange she said—
“I love thee true.”
VIII.
She took me to her elfin grot,
And there she wept, and sigh’d fill sore, 30
And there I shut her wild wild eyes
With kisses four.
IX.
And there she lulled me asleep,
And there I dream’d—Ah! woe betide!
The latest dream I ever dream’d 35
On the cold hill’s side.
X.
I saw pale kings and princes too,
Pale warriors, death-pale were they all;
They cried—“La Belle Dame sans Merci
Hath thee in thrall!” 40
XI.
I saw their starved lips in the gloam,
With horrid warning gaped wide,
And I awoke and found me here,
On the cold hill’s side.
XII.
And this is why I sojourn here,
45
Alone and palely loitering,
Though the sedge is wither’d from the lake,
And no birds sing
After reading the literary work, write an essay, using MLA guidelines for format and citations, that analyzes/explores/explicates an idea/theme/character that the author/poet/playwright is exploring in the piece.
Be sure to discuss the literary devices your author is using to explore their ideas in the text.
Use plenty of evidence from the original work to support your argument.
Essays do NOT require a Works Cited page since you are NOT allowed to use any secondary sources. ALL of your supporting evidence should come from the text you are analyzing.

Successful essays:
Include an introduction that starts with an attention-getter and ends with a thesis.
The thesis should state the name of the work you are writing about, the author of the work, your claim/argument about the text, and the literary devices you will be discussing in the analysis.
The body of the essay will have topic sentences, transitions, and ample support from the original text using proper in-text citations according to MLA format.
You must also have a conclusion that satisfactorily wraps up the ideas you presented in the body.
Should be 3-4 pages (750-1000 words) in length and follow all MLA guidelines for formatting.
Failure to include these major parts in the essay will cause serious point deductions. Please be sure to use plenty of evidence from the story, poem, or play to prove your thesis. Any essay that does not have ample supporting evidence from the original text, with proper MLA in-text citations, will not receive a grade higher than 70.

PLEASE NOTE: Questions about structure, formatting, and development will not be answered. These are skills you should have learned during the semester. Students are also not allowed to use any tutoring services or outside help to revise their essays. The final exam is your opportunity to show me that you have learned all of your Student Learning Outcome skills as required by this institution. Since this is the final assignment for the semester, absolutely no late exams will be accepted. Failure to meet the deadline will result in you receiving a zero (0) for this final exam.

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PART 3: PARENTING ACTION PLAN You’ve crafted your case study. You’ve done your

PART 3: PARENTING ACTION PLAN
You’ve crafted your case study. You’ve done your research on the topic. Now it’s time to identify some solutions in the form of a Parenting Action Plan.
Your Parenting Action Plan should be about 2000-3000 word in length and follow APA style (7th edition). Be sure to use in-text citations and include a reference list.
Copy and paste your case study at the beginning of your document to provide the context for your research essay. (This will not count towards your word total.)
Your essay should be written in your own words and you should always cite any ideas that come from another source. Do not use quotations or copy verbatim from another author.
Your action plan can build on your existing research essay, but the action plan itself will include a few additional components (denoted with an * below). The research you have done should be carefully woven into your action plan. In other words, don’t just copy and paste your research essay and tack on more words. Use the research to justify the actions you are proposing.
Statement of the problem: A statement of the key issues that must be explored in order to resolve your case study.(This can be the same as the statement in your research essay)
Incorporation of at least 10 credible sources from within the past 10 years that can be used to support a parenting action plan. At least 5 of these sources must be scholarly social science research articles, and at least 3 of the sources must have been published within the last 2 years.
*Incorporation of parenting or developmental theories to provide a framework for the proposed action plan.
*Description of potential sites of impact (Step 6 of the Planning Table).
*Identify an action plan grounded in research that may address concerns posed by the case study (Step 7 of the Planning Table).
Correct use of in-text citations and corresponding reference list (APA 7th edition).
Use of APA 7th edition format (1” margins, standard font, double spacing, page numbers, etc.).
Demonstration of strong writing skills.
Submit your essay to the assignments folder and run the paper through Turnitin.com (You can do this from within the assignments folder. No need to use a separate account). If you submit your work before the deadline, you can use the Turnitin report to evaluate whether your paper requires additional editing.
Your Parenting Action Plan will be evaluated according to the following rubric:
a
Excellent
Good
Fair
Poor
Missing or Not Acceptable
Includes Copy of Case Study
Case study (AFP Part 1) is copied and pasted at the beginning of the document.
(5 points)



Case study (AFP Part 1) is not copied and pasted at the beginning of the document.
(0 points)
Statement of the Problem
Concise and well-written statement identifies the key issues that must be explored in order to resolve your case study.
(5 points)
Well-written statement identifies most of the key issues that must be explored in order to resolve your case study.
(4 points)
Clear statement identifies some of the key issues that must be explored in order to resolve your case study.
(3 points)
Many of the key issues that must be explored in order to resolve your case study are missing or incorrect.
(2 points)
Missing a statement about any key issues that must be explored in order to resolve your case study.
(0 points)
Use of Scholarly Sources
Effectively incorporates at least 5 scholarly sources.
(5 points)
Effectively incorporates at least 4 scholarly sources.
(4 points)
Effectively incorporates at least 3 scholarly sources.
(3 points)
Effectively incorporates at least 2 scholarly sources.
(2 points)
Incorporates fewer than 2 scholarly sources.
(0 points)
Use of Credible Sources
Effectively incorporates at least 10 credible sources published within the past 10 years.
At least three sources were published within the past 2 years.
(5 points)
Effectively incorporates 8 or 9 credible sources published within the past 10 years.
At least three sources were published within the past 2 years.
(4 points)
Effectively incorporates least 6 or 7 credible sources published within the past 10 years.
At least three sources were published within the past 2 years.
(3 points)
Effectively incorporates 4 or 5 credible sources published within the past 10 years.
Fewer than three sources were published within the past 2 years.
(2 points)
Incorporates fewer than 4 credible sources are used.
Does not use sources within the past 2 years.
(0 points)
Summary of Research
Excellent summary and integration of research that effectively supports possible resolutions to the case study.
(10 points)
Good summary and integration of research that supports possible resolutions to the case study. Missing 1 or 2 minor points.
(8 points)
Fair summary and integration of research that supports possible resolutions to the case study. Missing 1 or 2 important points.
(6 points)
Poor summary and integration of research that do not support possible resolutions to the case study. Missing many important points.
(4 points)
No relevant summary of the research.
(0 points)
Incorporation of parenting or developmental theories to provide a framework for the proposed action plan.
Excellent incorporation of at least 2 parenting or developmental theories that provide a framework for explaining why the proposed action plan should be effective.
(10 points)
Good incorporation of 1 or 2 parenting or developmental theories that provide a framework for explaining why the proposed action plan should be effective. Minor details may be missing.
(8 points)
Fair incorporation of at least 1 or 2 parenting or developmental theories that provide a framework for explaining why the proposed action plan should be effective. Major details may be missing.
(6 points)
Poor incorporation parenting or developmental theory. Major details may be missing.
(4 points)
No attempt to incorporate parenting or developmental theory.
(0 points)
Description of potential sites of impact (Step 6 of the Planning Table).
Excellent description of the potential sites of impact as they relate to the case study.
(10 points)
Good description of the potential sites of impact as they relate to the case study. One or two minor details may be missing.
(8 points)
Fair description of the potential sites of impact as they relate to the case study. Several details may be missing.
(6 points)
Poor description of the potential sites of impact as they relate to the case study. Many details may be missing.
(4 points)
No description of the potential sites of impact.
(0 points)
Identify an action plan grounded in research that may address concerns posed by the case study (Step 7 of the Planning Table).
Excellent and comprehensive action plan that proposes solutions to the concerns posed by the case study.
Proposed solutions are grounded in research and/or theory.
(20 points)
Good action plan that proposes solutions to the concerns posed by the case study.
Proposed solutions are mostly grounded in research and/or theory but may be missing a few minor details.
(17 points)
Fair action plan that proposes solutions to the concerns posed by the case study.
Proposed solutions are somewhat grounded in research and/or theory but may be missing some details.
(14 points)
Poor action plan that does not successfully propose solutions to the concerns posed by the case study.
Proposed solutions are not well-supported by research and/or theory.
(11 points)
No action plan proposed
-or-
Action plan is not related to the case study
(0 points)
Correct Use of In-text Citations
Correct use of APA citation throughout the essay.
(5 points)
Mostly correct use of APA citation throughout the essay. One or two minor errors.
(4 points)
Use of APA citation throughout the essay with several major errors or omissions.
(3 points)
Inconsistent use of citations.
Incorrect use of APA format.
Many omissions.
(2 points)
No citations included.
(0 points)
Reference List Provided
Reference list that corresponds to citations is provided.
Uses APA format with no errors.
(5 points)
Reference list that corresponds to citations is provided.
Uses APA format with some minor errors.
(4 points)
Reference list is provided but may be missing 1 or 2 entries or does not completely correspond to in-text citations.
Uses APA format with some major errors.
(3 points)
Reference list is provided but does not correspond to in-text citations.
Some effort to format, but not in APA format.
(2 points)
No reference list provided.
No effort to format references.
(0 points)
APA Formatting
All of the following APA formatting requirements are present:
· Title page
· 1” margins
· Pagination
· Double-spacing
· Standard font
(5 points)
Four of the following APA formatting requirements are present:
· Title page
· 1” margins
· Pagination
· Double-spacing
· Standard font
(4 points)
Three of the following APA formatting requirements are present:
· Title page
· 1” margins
· Pagination
· Double-spacing
· Standard font
(3 points)
Two of the following APA formatting requirements are present:
· Title page
· 1” margins
· Pagination
· Double-spacing
· Standard font
(2 points)
Less than 2 of the following APA formatting requirements are present:
· Title page
· 1” margins
· Pagination
· Double-spacing
· Standard font
(0 points)
Quality of Writing
Excellent writing that is well-organized and easy to follow.
No errors in spelling, punctuation,
grammar or usage.
(10 points)
Good writing that is well-organized and easy to follow.
Minor errors in spelling, punctuation,
grammar or usage.
(8 points)
Fair writing that is somewhat organized and easy to follow.
Several errors in spelling, punctuation,
grammar or usage.
(6 points)
Poor writing that is disorganized and difficult to follow.
Many errors in spelling, punctuation,
grammar or usage.
(4 points)
Writing is off topic or unintelligible.
Many errors in spelling, punctuation,
grammar or usage.
(0 points)
Length
Essay is between 1800 – 3200 words in length (not including case study).
(5 points)



Essay is shorter than 1800 words or more than 3200 words (not including case study).
(0 points)

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Depending on your field, you may need to write articles for professional or acad

Depending on your field, you may need to write articles for professional or academic journals,
write proposals for business projects, answer customer correspondence, prepare manuals for in-
plant use, or carry out a variety of other writing tasks. The purpose of this assignment is to help
you improve your written communication skills and critical thinking abilities as well as
cultivate your research skills and ability to develop and logically defend a position. Moreover,
completing the assignment will help you learn how to gather and organize information; interpret
and synthesize that information; publish, revise, and proofread your papers properly; employ the
appropriate writing strategies; and adapt your writing for specific audiences and purposes. In
short, you will know how to take charge of your writing and produce quality work. For the
assignment, you will write an essay of approximately 1000-1500 words on one of the topics
below.
13. A major theme in Lorraine Hansberry’s A Raisin in the Sun is conflict between generations.
Identify passages and scenes in which Hansberry develops generational conflict, and explain
how each functions to advance the plot and main conflict of the drama.
You must use at least two scholarly secondary sources. That scholarly secondary sources do
not include your primary source. The primary source and the scholarly secondary sources
must be cited in the essay. A rough publish must be submitted with the essay. If a rough publish
is not submitted with the essay, five (5) points will be deducted from the essay’s final grade.
The final essay must be typed in black 12-point font and be double-spaced. The essay must be
documented according to the most recent Modern Language Association (MLA) style guidelines.
The essay must also be formatted according to the MLA style guidelines, or points will be
deducted. Undocumented essays will receive a failing grade. Do not include a title page.

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please read the attached instructions. my career field choice is something in M

please read the attached instructions. my career field choice is something in MECHANICAL ENGINEERING. font size 8

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Depending on your field, you may need to write articles for professional or acad

Depending on your field, you may need to write articles for professional or academic journals,
write proposals for business projects, answer customer correspondence, prepare manuals for in-
plant use, or carry out a variety of other writing tasks. The purpose of this assignment is to help
you improve your written communication skills and critical thinking abilities as well as
cultivate your research skills and ability to develop and logically defend a position. Moreover,
completing the assignment will help you learn how to gather and organize information; interpret
and synthesize that information; draft, revise, and proofread your papers properly; employ the
appropriate writing strategies; and adapt your writing for specific audiences and purposes. In
short, you will know how to take charge of your writing and produce quality work. For the
assignment, you will write an essay of approximately 1000-1500 words on one of the topics
below.
13. A major theme in Lorraine Hansberry’s A Raisin in the Sun is conflict between generations.
Identify passages and scenes in which Hansberry develops generational conflict, and explain
how each functions to advance the plot and main conflict of the drama.
You must use at least two scholarly secondary sources. That scholarly secondary sources do
not include your primary source. The primary source and the scholarly secondary sources
must be cited in the essay. A rough draft must be submitted with the essay. If a rough draft
is not submitted with the essay, five (5) points will be deducted from the essay’s final grade.
The final essay must be typed in black 12-point font and be double-spaced. The essay must be
documented according to the most recent Modern Language Association (MLA) style guidelines.
The essay must also be formatted according to the MLA style guidelines, or points will be
deducted. Undocumented essays will receive a failing grade. Do not include a title page.

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PART 3: PARENTING ACTION PLAN You’ve crafted your case study. You’ve done your

PART 3: PARENTING ACTION PLAN
You’ve crafted your case study. You’ve done your research on the topic. Now it’s time to identify some solutions in the form of a Parenting Action Plan.
Your Parenting Action Plan should be about 2000-3000 word in length and follow APA style (7th edition). Be sure to use in-text citations and include a reference list.
Copy and paste your case study at the beginning of your document to provide the context for your research essay. (This will not count towards your word total.)
Your essay should be written in your own words and you should always cite any ideas that come from another source. Do not use quotations or copy verbatim from another author.
Your action plan can build on your existing research essay, but the action plan itself will include a few additional components (denoted with an * below). The research you have done should be carefully woven into your action plan. In other words, don’t just copy and paste your research essay and tack on more words. Use the research to justify the actions you are proposing.
Statement of the problem: A statement of the key issues that must be explored in order to resolve your case study.(This can be the same as the statement in your research essay)
Incorporation of at least 10 credible sources from within the past 10 years that can be used to support a parenting action plan. At least 5 of these sources must be scholarly social science research articles, and at least 3 of the sources must have been published within the last 2 years.
*Incorporation of parenting or developmental theories to provide a framework for the proposed action plan.
*Description of potential sites of impact (Step 6 of the Planning Table).
*Identify an action plan grounded in research that may address concerns posed by the case study (Step 7 of the Planning Table).
Correct use of in-text citations and corresponding reference list (APA 7th edition).
Use of APA 7th edition format (1” margins, standard font, double spacing, page numbers, etc.).
Demonstration of strong writing skills.
Submit your essay to the assignments folder and run the paper through Turnitin.com (You can do this from within the assignments folder. No need to use a separate account). If you submit your work before the deadline, you can use the Turnitin report to evaluate whether your paper requires additional editing.
Your Parenting Action Plan will be evaluated according to the following rubric:
a
Excellent
Good
Fair
Poor
Missing or Not Acceptable
Includes Copy of Case Study
Case study (AFP Part 1) is copied and pasted at the beginning of the document.
(5 points)



Case study (AFP Part 1) is not copied and pasted at the beginning of the document.
(0 points)
Statement of the Problem
Concise and well-written statement identifies the key issues that must be explored in order to resolve your case study.
(5 points)
Well-written statement identifies most of the key issues that must be explored in order to resolve your case study.
(4 points)
Clear statement identifies some of the key issues that must be explored in order to resolve your case study.
(3 points)
Many of the key issues that must be explored in order to resolve your case study are missing or incorrect.
(2 points)
Missing a statement about any key issues that must be explored in order to resolve your case study.
(0 points)
Use of Scholarly Sources
Effectively incorporates at least 5 scholarly sources.
(5 points)
Effectively incorporates at least 4 scholarly sources.
(4 points)
Effectively incorporates at least 3 scholarly sources.
(3 points)
Effectively incorporates at least 2 scholarly sources.
(2 points)
Incorporates fewer than 2 scholarly sources.
(0 points)
Use of Credible Sources
Effectively incorporates at least 10 credible sources published within the past 10 years.
At least three sources were published within the past 2 years.
(5 points)
Effectively incorporates 8 or 9 credible sources published within the past 10 years.
At least three sources were published within the past 2 years.
(4 points)
Effectively incorporates least 6 or 7 credible sources published within the past 10 years.
At least three sources were published within the past 2 years.
(3 points)
Effectively incorporates 4 or 5 credible sources published within the past 10 years.
Fewer than three sources were published within the past 2 years.
(2 points)
Incorporates fewer than 4 credible sources are used.
Does not use sources within the past 2 years.
(0 points)
Summary of Research
Excellent summary and integration of research that effectively supports possible resolutions to the case study.
(10 points)
Good summary and integration of research that supports possible resolutions to the case study. Missing 1 or 2 minor points.
(8 points)
Fair summary and integration of research that supports possible resolutions to the case study. Missing 1 or 2 important points.
(6 points)
Poor summary and integration of research that do not support possible resolutions to the case study. Missing many important points.
(4 points)
No relevant summary of the research.
(0 points)
Incorporation of parenting or developmental theories to provide a framework for the proposed action plan.
Excellent incorporation of at least 2 parenting or developmental theories that provide a framework for explaining why the proposed action plan should be effective.
(10 points)
Good incorporation of 1 or 2 parenting or developmental theories that provide a framework for explaining why the proposed action plan should be effective. Minor details may be missing.
(8 points)
Fair incorporation of at least 1 or 2 parenting or developmental theories that provide a framework for explaining why the proposed action plan should be effective. Major details may be missing.
(6 points)
Poor incorporation parenting or developmental theory. Major details may be missing.
(4 points)
No attempt to incorporate parenting or developmental theory.
(0 points)
Description of potential sites of impact (Step 6 of the Planning Table).
Excellent description of the potential sites of impact as they relate to the case study.
(10 points)
Good description of the potential sites of impact as they relate to the case study. One or two minor details may be missing.
(8 points)
Fair description of the potential sites of impact as they relate to the case study. Several details may be missing.
(6 points)
Poor description of the potential sites of impact as they relate to the case study. Many details may be missing.
(4 points)
No description of the potential sites of impact.
(0 points)
Identify an action plan grounded in research that may address concerns posed by the case study (Step 7 of the Planning Table).
Excellent and comprehensive action plan that proposes solutions to the concerns posed by the case study.
Proposed solutions are grounded in research and/or theory.
(20 points)
Good action plan that proposes solutions to the concerns posed by the case study.
Proposed solutions are mostly grounded in research and/or theory but may be missing a few minor details.
(17 points)
Fair action plan that proposes solutions to the concerns posed by the case study.
Proposed solutions are somewhat grounded in research and/or theory but may be missing some details.
(14 points)
Poor action plan that does not successfully propose solutions to the concerns posed by the case study.
Proposed solutions are not well-supported by research and/or theory.
(11 points)
No action plan proposed
-or-
Action plan is not related to the case study
(0 points)
Correct Use of In-text Citations
Correct use of APA citation throughout the essay.
(5 points)
Mostly correct use of APA citation throughout the essay. One or two minor errors.
(4 points)
Use of APA citation throughout the essay with several major errors or omissions.
(3 points)
Inconsistent use of citations.
Incorrect use of APA format.
Many omissions.
(2 points)
No citations included.
(0 points)
Reference List Provided
Reference list that corresponds to citations is provided.
Uses APA format with no errors.
(5 points)
Reference list that corresponds to citations is provided.
Uses APA format with some minor errors.
(4 points)
Reference list is provided but may be missing 1 or 2 entries or does not completely correspond to in-text citations.
Uses APA format with some major errors.
(3 points)
Reference list is provided but does not correspond to in-text citations.
Some effort to format, but not in APA format.
(2 points)
No reference list provided.
No effort to format references.
(0 points)
APA Formatting
All of the following APA formatting requirements are present:
· Title page
· 1” margins
· Pagination
· Double-spacing
· Standard font
(5 points)
Four of the following APA formatting requirements are present:
· Title page
· 1” margins
· Pagination
· Double-spacing
· Standard font
(4 points)
Three of the following APA formatting requirements are present:
· Title page
· 1” margins
· Pagination
· Double-spacing
· Standard font
(3 points)
Two of the following APA formatting requirements are present:
· Title page
· 1” margins
· Pagination
· Double-spacing
· Standard font
(2 points)
Less than 2 of the following APA formatting requirements are present:
· Title page
· 1” margins
· Pagination
· Double-spacing
· Standard font
(0 points)
Quality of Writing
Excellent writing that is well-organized and easy to follow.
No errors in spelling, punctuation,
grammar or usage.
(10 points)
Good writing that is well-organized and easy to follow.
Minor errors in spelling, punctuation,
grammar or usage.
(8 points)
Fair writing that is somewhat organized and easy to follow.
Several errors in spelling, punctuation,
grammar or usage.
(6 points)
Poor writing that is disorganized and difficult to follow.
Many errors in spelling, punctuation,
grammar or usage.
(4 points)
Writing is off topic or unintelligible.
Many errors in spelling, punctuation,
grammar or usage.
(0 points)
Length
Essay is between 1800 – 3200 words in length (not including case study).
(5 points)



Essay is shorter than 1800 words or more than 3200 words (not including case study).
(0 points)

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This exam requires that you critically read a work of literature and explore an

This exam requires that you critically read a work of literature and explore an aspect of it by presenting an argument using the text itself to support your assumptions. You should have accessed, downloaded, and read three different pieces to choose from for your final literary analysis.
The assignment:
John Keats (1795–1821). The Poetical Works of John Keats. 1884.
55. La Belle Dame Sans Merci
Ballad
I.
O WHAT can ail thee, knight-at-arms,
Alone and palely loitering?
The sedge has wither’d from the lake,
And no birds sing.
II.
O what can ail thee, knight-at-arms!
5
So haggard and so woe-begone?
The squirrel’s granary is full,
And the harvest’s done.
III.
I see a lily on thy brow
With anguish moist and fever dew, 10
And on thy cheeks a fading rose
Fast withereth too.
IV.
I met a lady in the meads,
Full beautiful—a faery’s child,
Her hair was long, her foot was light, 15
And her eyes were wild.
V.
I made a garland for her head,
And bracelets too, and fragrant zone;
She look’d at me as she did love,
And made sweet moan. 20
VI.
I set her on my pacing steed,
And nothing else saw all day long,
For sidelong would she bend, and sing
A faery’s song.
VII.
She found me roots of relish sweet,
25
And honey wild, and manna dew,
And sure in language strange she said—
“I love thee true.”
VIII.
She took me to her elfin grot,
And there she wept, and sigh’d fill sore, 30
And there I shut her wild wild eyes
With kisses four.
IX.
And there she lulled me asleep,
And there I dream’d—Ah! woe betide!
The latest dream I ever dream’d 35
On the cold hill’s side.
X.
I saw pale kings and princes too,
Pale warriors, death-pale were they all;
They cried—“La Belle Dame sans Merci
Hath thee in thrall!” 40
XI.
I saw their starved lips in the gloam,
With horrid warning gaped wide,
And I awoke and found me here,
On the cold hill’s side.
XII.
And this is why I sojourn here,
45
Alone and palely loitering,
Though the sedge is wither’d from the lake,
And no birds sing
After reading the literary work, write an essay, using MLA guidelines for format and citations, that analyzes/explores/explicates an idea/theme/character that the author/poet/playwright is exploring in the piece.
Be sure to discuss the literary devices your author is using to explore their ideas in the text.
Use plenty of evidence from the original work to support your argument.
Essays do NOT require a Works Cited page since you are NOT allowed to use any secondary sources. ALL of your supporting evidence should come from the text you are analyzing.

Successful essays:
Include an introduction that starts with an attention-getter and ends with a thesis.
The thesis should state the name of the work you are writing about, the author of the work, your claim/argument about the text, and the literary devices you will be discussing in the analysis.
The body of the essay will have topic sentences, transitions, and ample support from the original text using proper in-text citations according to MLA format.
You must also have a conclusion that satisfactorily wraps up the ideas you presented in the body.
Should be 3-4 pages (750-1000 words) in length and follow all MLA guidelines for formatting.
Failure to include these major parts in the essay will cause serious point deductions. Please be sure to use plenty of evidence from the story, poem, or play to prove your thesis. Any essay that does not have ample supporting evidence from the original text, with proper MLA in-text citations, will not receive a grade higher than 70.

PLEASE NOTE: Questions about structure, formatting, and development will not be answered. These are skills you should have learned during the semester. Students are also not allowed to use any tutoring services or outside help to revise their essays. The final exam is your opportunity to show me that you have learned all of your Student Learning Outcome skills as required by this institution. Since this is the final assignment for the semester, absolutely no late exams will be accepted. Failure to meet the deadline will result in you receiving a zero (0) for this final exam.

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Research about Racism and Colorism as it pertains to Brazil. Length: 6-10 pages

Research about Racism and Colorism as it pertains to Brazil.
Length: 6-10 pages
Sources: 8 total, including two journal/scholarly articles, at least one video/documentary film
Plan to use a variety of credible, authored sources drawn from databases, e-books, credible news websites, videos/ documentary films, images, and Twitter as sources for this paper and presentation.
Style: Formal style with APA citation and formatting:
Title Page (no abstract is needed for student APA papers), Headings, and a References page)
Citations List: APA References Page using NoodleTools* (*NoodleTools is required for project #2)
APA tipsheet highlights: plan to introduce all sources completely, favor p

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This is an argumentative essay, this essay should be written in 8th and 9th addi

This is an argumentative essay, this essay should be written in 8th and 9th addition. Topic is Pro abortion, meaning I am NOT against abortions. I need a counter argument as well.