Prompt: For this assignment, you are tasked with researching your topic of choic

Prompt:
For this assignment, you are tasked with researching your topic of choice in order to find sources that you might use in your research project. An annotated bibliography isn’t a task where you’re looking for the final sources you’ll use in your essay, it’s a way to start the research process and evaluate each source to determine if you’ll end up using it in the final draft. You will need to find, read, and evaluate at least four (4) sources for this assignment. For each source, you will create a citation (like you would include on the works cited page). Underneath that citation, you’ll make some notes discussing why, or why not, you will use the source for your essay. You will have a series of specific questions to answer for each source (below). This research will help you narrow down and evaluate the evidence you will include in your research project. While you’re finding at least four (4) sources for this annotated bibliography, you may end up not using some of them. In the end, you’ll have to include at least four (4) sources in your research paper. You may find four that you love in doing this assignment (the annotated bibliography), or you may only find two (which would mean that you would have to find at least two more to include in the essay, but you don’t have to do an annotated bibliography for those).
Requirements:
MLA formatting (see MLA citations
Four (4) sources Questions to Answer for Each Source (In paragraph form):
Type of source (online article, TED Talk, Book, etc.)
Is the source current in terms of the topic you’re covering (some tech information could be considered dated after a year, where something discussing literature may be considered current if it was published within the last five years)
Is the author/s or presenter/s trustworthy?
Summarize the information in one to two sentences.
Is the publisher respected and trustworthy?
What appeal will information from the source provide for your essay? (Ethos, Pathos, Logos)
What specific information will you use from this source? (data, anecdote, etc.)
What type of audience would find this source/information credible and effective?
Will you use this source for your paper?
If you’ll use the source, what makes it a good source? If you won’t use it, what made it a bad source for your paper?
Sample Annotated Bibliography can be seen here on the second page of the documentLinks to an external site..

Pick a person to interview. This person should be either older or younger than y

Pick a person to interview. This person should be either older or younger than you, a different race/ethnicity, or have a disability.
Before your interview, answer the following questions yourself:How do you know this person?
What do you know about this person? Think about the cultural iceberg, the layers of what you know. What more do you want to know about them?
Interview the person that you selected using the questions provided below.
You will also need to reflect and answer the interview questions yourself to compare with the answers of the person you interviewed for this assignment.
Write a 2–3-page comparison paper comparing your responses and the responses of your interviewee. This should be more than a “she/he said”, “I said” type of paper. You will want to go in-depth when comparing your responses with your interviewee. In your paper you will need to include the following things:Your reaction to their responses.
Did this interview change your opinion of the person? Why or why not?
Why do you think it is important to reflect on your own upbringing and to get to know the upbringing of the children and families you are working with?
Submit to Canvas. You will need to include the interview questions and the responses.
Interview Questions:
What year were you born?
How would you define your culture?
What is your birth order (first, middle, last)?
How did your birth order play a role in how you grew up (more responsibilities, less responsibilities, etc.)?
What were some of the beliefs and values of your family?
What are some stereotypes that people might have about your culture, race, and ethnicity? Did those positively or negatively impact you growing up?
What were some of your experiences in school? Were they positive or negative? How did they impact how you grew up?
Were there any community programs that you were involved in? What was your role?
Were there any world events happening that impacted how you grew up? What was the impact?
Do you still have some of the same beliefs and values now, as an adult?
What changed and stayed the same? Why?
Do you believe that your experiences and relationships played a role in how you developed your beliefs and values? Why or why not?

A dystopian short story of 1,000 words. MLA format. Story should include incitin

A dystopian short story of 1,000 words. MLA format. Story should include inciting incident, rising action, climax, falling action, and resolution. A story where AI controls every aspect of people’s lives. A small group of rebels navigate a dangerous journey to restore freedom of humanity. The AI system monitors citizens constantly. The AI dictates everything from people’s jobs to there relationships. The story Warns against humanity putting its blind trust in technology. The story follows a small group of rebels on a mission to stop the AI and bring freedom back to society. I am going to try to upload a screenshot of a rough outline I did about the story. It doesn’t have to be followed to a T but at least somewhat similar. Thank you so much!

In chapters 1-6, we are introduced to Frida, a mother who is overwhelmed, exhaus

In chapters 1-6, we are introduced to Frida, a mother who is overwhelmed, exhausted, and frustrated. For those of who may be parents, her experience as a mother may not be unusual, though for readers who are not parents, they may still have empathy for Frida’s lack of direction and support. We learn that Frida leaves her daughter young daughter, Harriet, alone much longer than she anticipated. She was found out when a neighbor called the police to report Harriet’s crying.
Though Frida would be perceived as irresponsible, is it understandable that her distraction at work was connected to her exhaustion and frustration of being the solo parent? This is a question that we may ask as Frida must confront the choices she makes as a mother. After her meeting with police and social services, her life changes when she chooses to undergo training for mothers.
What is your perception of Frida? How do you think any of the characters she engages with contribute or influence her decisions (her decisions can be connected to Harriet or personal decisions such as the outcome of her divorce)?
Include sentence(s) from Chan’s novel to support your ideas.

Synthesize the ideas you have considered through Elements of Fiction in your cho

Synthesize the ideas you have considered through Elements of Fiction in your chosen story.
Craft a thesis that clearly states your interpretation of the meaning (significance) of the story.
Support your thesis with evidence from the story and base it on the literary elements you have examined. 
For this paper, you will develop a literary argument. The thesis governs your paper’s analysis and development. The thesis is constructed with two main parts:  a claim and warrants. For this paper, you should have approx. three warrants.
Example: In “A Worn Path,” Eudora Welty creates a fictional character in Phoenix Jackson whose determination, faith, and cunning illustrate the indomitable human spirit.
Note- Your thesis does not need to be structured exactly like this.
Summary vs. analysis: Be aware that a paper analyzing a piece of literature is not a plot summary. Summary should be brief, with only the details necessary to identify the parts of the story required to develop your paper.  
Choose any of the Short Stories from the first unit of this semester.
Allende’s And Of Clay We Are Created
Oate’s Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?
Poe’s The Black Cat
Adichie’s Apollo
Morrison’s Recitatif
Borge’s The House of Asterion
Joyce’s Araby
Hawthorne’s The Birthmark
Murakami’s Barn Burning
Byatt’s The Thing in the Forest
Marquez A Very Old Man with Enormous Wings
Sedaris’s Jesus Shaves
Length and Format:
750-1,000 words (approximately three pages, double-spaced)  
MLA style for document format. See this MLA Style Demo video for how to set up your document.  
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1.According to Rodrigo, what factors lead to the general view in the U.S. of a c

1.According to Rodrigo, what factors lead to the general view in the U.S. of a correlation between blackness and crime, and what is your reaction to his argument?
2.Who is Bernhard Goetz, and what is the point of the bathroom graffito mentioned by Rodrigo (167)?
3.Do the professor and Rodrigo seem to agree about the role of media and “opinion makers” in shaping perceptions of race and crime in the U.S.?
4.Against the backdrop of the discussion of crime and the shaping of cultural perceptions, how do you interpret the running anecdote about the professor being interviewed by a newspaper reporter? Is this a sign of hope in the chronicle?
5.This chronicle was written more than two decades ago. Have things changed at all regarding race and crime?

What to report After you’ve researched several job listings, internships, and/or

What to report
After you’ve researched several job listings, internships, and/or graduate programs, narrow down your search to three possibilities. That is, from your wide-net research, identify three job listings, internships, and/or graduate programs that you might like to apply to.
Next, do a deep dive by visiting the websites of these three job listings, internships, and/or graduate programs you selected.
What to report:
Produce a three-six paragraph Write-Up of the website research you completed, one to two paragraphs for each job, internship, and/or graduate program you’ve researched. Questions to be answered are below. Note, you need to do a one to two-paragraph write-up for each job, internship, and/or graduate program you’ve researched.
Please do it for any Physician Assistant program in the USA
Graduate Progam (if you choose to research a graduate school program, answer these questions):
1. Research the program’s mission and describe how its mission guides and motivates its work.
Available course offerings– What kinds of courses do they offer? Do they seem interesting or relevant to your educational interests?
What kinds of content are they posting on social media? What audiences are they engaging with, and what kind of feedback are they getting (be sure to look at the comment sections for this)?
What is the tone they’re setting in that professional space, and how are they positioning or branding themselves on social?
Overall, what’s your impression of this graduate program?
I attached the picyure of the rubric

a Please look closely at the passages in which Martí presents the image of Latin

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Please look closely at the passages in which Martí presents the image of Latin America as racially and culturally mixed (see esp. 749-751). What are the different groups that comprise the mixture in “our mixed America” (750)?
Are the different groups presented equally or is there a hierarchy (implicit or explicit)?
What cultural references does Martí draw on in his final image of cultural unification?
Discuss Martí’s claim that “There can be no racial hate because there are no races [No hay odio de razas porque no hay razas]” (752): is this liberating? A case of denial?
How well does Martí’s essay live up to the standard of his statement that “there are no races”?

I am asked to write a Personal Essay on word using my own “definition”. My word

I am asked to write a Personal Essay on word using my own “definition”. My word will be fun! My personal definition would be “Whimsical Curiosity with no repercussions”! I am using my experiences of going to Disneyworld, Universal Studios, and Wisconsin Dells. Wisconsin Dells was my first time ever going on Vacation! Universal was the first time I went with my close friends! Disney World was when I went with both my family and close friends. Being there with my friends and family filled me with fulfillment and joy to no end. It felt like I was living life to the fullest with fear or nervousness.

What to report After you’ve researched several job listings, internships, and/or

What to report
After you’ve researched several job listings, internships, and/or graduate programs, narrow down your search to three possibilities. That is, from your wide-net research, identify three job listings, internships, and/or graduate programs that you might like to apply to.
Next, do a deep dive by visiting the websites of these three job listings, internships, and/or graduate programs you selected.
What to report:
Produce a three-six paragraph Write-Up of the website research you completed, one to two paragraphs for each job, internship, and/or graduate program you’ve researched. Questions to be answered are below. Note, you need to do a one to two-paragraph write-up for each job, internship, and/or graduate program you’ve researched.
Please do it for any Physician Assistant program in the USA
Graduate Progam (if you choose to research a graduate school program, answer these questions):
1. Research the program’s mission and describe how its mission guides and motivates its work.
Available course offerings– What kinds of courses do they offer? Do they seem interesting or relevant to your educational interests?
What kinds of content are they posting on social media? What audiences are they engaging with, and what kind of feedback are they getting (be sure to look at the comment sections for this)?
What is the tone they’re setting in that professional space, and how are they positioning or branding themselves on social?
Overall, what’s your impression of this graduate program?
I attached the picyure of the rubric