Think about what was important in the development of music regarding: origins of music; sacred versus secular; who performed the music; instrumental or vocal; what was the purpose of the song being written/why was it written/what was its function (just for fun, program or absolute music, or part of a church service?); what musical traits changed (SHMRG); size and change of the orchestra; development of instruments; composers; nationalism/exoticism; genres of music (symphony, sonata, cantata, concerto, lied, etc.); examples of compositions, etc.
Type of service-Academic paper writing Type of assignment-Essay Subject-Not defined Pages / words-4 / 1100 Academic level-Sophomore (College 2nd year) Paper format-MLA Line spacing-Double Language style-US English
Write an essay that analyzes the ideas and actions of Brazil’s president, Jair Bolsonaro.
In your essay, discuss:
1. His background.
2. Why he got elected and how populism helped him get elected.
3. What his beliefs and policies are.
4. How he is a dangerous leader for Brazil and the world.
5. How Bolsonaro compares and contrasts with Donald Trump, the president of the United States.
Please use at least five sources for this essay.
One source that you are required to use and discuss is Wendy Hunter and Timothy Power’s article, “Bolsonaro and Brazil’s Illiberal Backlash.” Journal of Democracy, January 2019
Include a word count at the top of the first page.
Please include a short introduction and conclusion.
Include an “Endnotes” page in Chicago Include a “Bibliography” page in Chicago This page is at the very end, and it lists all of the sources you have consulted.
Type of service-Academic paper writing Type of assignment-Essay Subject-Political Science Pages / words-5 / 1375 Number of sources-5 Academic level-Sophomore (College 2nd year) Paper format-Chicago Line spacing-Double Language style-US English
The essay you write should be at least 5 paragraphs and fully answer the question. The first paragraph should state your main point, the next paragraphs should support your main point and give concrete examples and your final paragraph should summarize your main point.
Begin by reviewing the information in the textbook that discusses Booker T. Washingtonand W.E.B. DuBois (pages 263-264). Then read the following primary sources: http://historymatters.gmu.edu/d/39 http://historymatters.gmu.edu/d/40
Essay 1:After carefully considering what you have read, write an essay (min: 300 words) in which you discuss the different visions each man had for African Americans in the United States. What advice did they give to African Americans? How were their visions similar and how were they different?Your essay must be 300 words. Use information from the textbook and from both speeches to back up your main points. In-text citations are required for the textbook and both speeches.
Type of service-Academic paper writing Type of assignment-Essay Subject-History Pages / words-1 / 275 Number of sources-1 Academic level-High School Paper format-MLA Line spacing-Double Language style-US English
The short assignment has TWO (2) parts and you must complete both.
You need to research the two set topics and write a 200-word paragraph on each (total 400 words). Detailed instructions are below.
The topics are: 1. To what extent did the unique Spartan politeia contribute to the long-term success of Sparta in the Archaic and Classical periods?
2. How did the Spartans fund their fleet in the Classical period?
Detailed instructions: For each response, you need to write 200 tightly argued words arguing a single point. You are NOT being asked to provide an answer to the whole question, just an aspect of it. For the first question, you have two pdfs attached that you must use. For the second topic, you need to do your own research and find 2 scholarly sources, starting with Plutarch’s Life of Lysander. This is an opportunity to demonstrate your research skills.
Treat it like writing a single paragraph in an essay. You need: 1. A topic sentence 2. Evidence (ancient) 3. Argument (based on modern scholarship from two different viewpoints) 4. In-text referencing (NO footnotes).
The topic sentence is entirely up to you, but it must relate to the question in each case. It must be tightly defined to the single point you are discussing in the paragraph. Easily the most common mistake people make is to choose a topic that is far too broad to cover in one paragraph. Remember, you are NOT writing an essay condensed into a paragraph.
The evidence must be directly relevant to the topic you have selected and accurately quoted and cited.
You then need to provide the views of two modern scholars about the piece of evidence you have chosen. It follows that the piece of evidence must be contentious. Do not provide two opinions that agree with one another. Make sure the scholarship is reasonably modern. The easiest way to find areas of scholarly disagreement is to read an article. The whole point of most articles is to present the scholar’s new opinion on a topic. In so doing, the scholar will refer to the older opinion and, crucially, will cite the evidence on which s/he is relying.
All references are to be treated in the Harvard style. This means in-text referencing and a full bibliographic entry for the work cited. To give an example. You might write: “Hodkinson (1997, 85) wrote…”. Or: “Scholarly opinion now favours xyz (Hodkinson 1997, 85), and then put your cited work in the bibliography.
For this assignment, there is no requirement to follow APA format rules (cover page, citations, references, etc.); this is your opinion and it is fine to write “I” or “me” and “my” from that first-person perspective.
Watch YouTube videos, Abraham Lincoln, Gettysburg Address from the movie ‘Saving Lincoln’ and The Battle of Gettysburg: The Civil War in Four Minutes.
If you were in the audience at Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address, knowing that you lost a family member in battle, what would your opinion of his speech be?
Consider, both from Lincoln’s speech and the death of your family member:
1) the moral responsibility we each carry and share to maintain our freedom, and
2) the sacrifice (death, loss) that this responsibility imposes on you in the battle for justice for all?