listen to scholar Eric Foner’s talk on Who is an American? Prompt: In 300 to 40

listen to scholar Eric Foner’s talk on Who is an American? Prompt: In 300 to 400 hundred words, describe Foner’s assertions about who is an American, and why citizenship and being an American is a contested issue? Helpful Hints to Shape Your Response: Consider taking notes on: How has the West created the concept of… Continue reading listen to scholar Eric Foner’s talk on Who is an American?
Prompt: In 300 to 40

Freshly creatively written: 100% free of any plagiarism and No Course hero links

Freshly creatively written: 100% free of any plagiarism and No Course hero links nor affiliation, links nor material. Prior to beginning work on this discussion forum, read “This Must Be the Place” and “Individualism as an American Cultural Value” in your course text. In addition, read the article “How Language Shapes Thought (Links to an… Continue reading Freshly creatively written: 100% free of any plagiarism and No Course hero links

One of the ways we can develop our understanding of ourselves as learners (in or

One of the ways we can develop our understanding of ourselves as learners (in order to enhance our learning) is by reflecting on our personal literate history. In this post, select two or three moments in your reading or writing history to discuss with the class. This of this assignment as an introduction of yourself… Continue reading One of the ways we can develop our understanding of ourselves as learners (in or

CAN YOU MAKE SURE I FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS AND CAN YOU ADD SOME QUOTES TO SUPPORT M

CAN YOU MAKE SURE I FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS AND CAN YOU ADD SOME QUOTES TO SUPPORT MY ARGUMENTS? You will have to write a three to four-page essay on the following question. This question is based on the articles we have read so far. Your essay should have a CLEAR thesis and a SPECIFIC focus. Please,… Continue reading CAN YOU MAKE SURE I FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS AND CAN YOU ADD SOME QUOTES TO SUPPORT M

After reading the poem by Wilfred Owen (located in your lesson content section)

After reading the poem by Wilfred Owen (located in your lesson content section) and the two assigned short stories by Tim O’Brien and Alice Walker from your textbook for this week, you should have noticed that both the poem and the stories share a commonality of how history, culture, and the background of the author… Continue reading After reading the poem by Wilfred Owen (located in your lesson content section)

1. The Literature. We can continue to study, analyze, and learn more about the m

1. The Literature. We can continue to study, analyze, and learn more about the meaning of the literature. We do this through study, researching, and gaining more knowledge of the literature. Answer this question: What are the significant works of James Baldwin and Richard Rodriquez and why? 2. The Life. Research authors’ lives to learn… Continue reading 1. The Literature. We can continue to study, analyze, and learn more about the m

The attachment in the link is an EXAMPLE PAPER. Please do not copy it in any way

The attachment in the link is an EXAMPLE PAPER. Please do not copy it in any way, it’s just so you know my professor’s standards PAPER TWO should be a literary analysis based on one of the elements of fiction, or it should be a research paper that uses one of the stories to springboard… Continue reading The attachment in the link is an EXAMPLE PAPER. Please do not copy it in any way