Very easy english paper has to be done well.

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Very easy english paper. Has to be done well, and has to be all of your own work. Please let me know if you have any trouble I am willing to help. BOTH PART A & B HAVE TO BE DONE.

1. Snapshots of a Wedding (google to find PDF)

2. Sweat https://biblioklept.org/2013/01/21/sweat-zora-neal...

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Name _________________________________ I.D. Number _______________________ Project 1 Evaluation 31 Multicultural Literature (ENGH 015 061) Be sure to include ALL pages of this project (including the directions and the assignment) when you send the project to your teacher for grading. Don’t forget to put your name and I.D. number at the top of this page! This project consists of two parts, each worth 50 points for a total of 100 points. Note that grammar, spelling, and proper citation of sources are important for this project. Refer to the appendix in this course for guidelines on writing conventions. Part A This portion of the assignment will be a character analysis essay. You are to select one character from any story that you have read in Unit 1 to use as the focus of your essay. One of the most important elements of literature is character development. Examine how your character changes over the course of the story. Remember that when an author creates a character, he or she uses several methods to help the reader create a mental image of the character. Sometimes an author uses direct statement to give the reader information about a character. A writer will simply tell the reader that the character is mean or brave or honest. As readers, we do not have to guess because we are told the information. Another method of revealing a character’s traits is indirect characterization. This method allows the reader to take pieces of information and put them together to draw a conclusion (make an inference) about a character. There are five ways that an author uses indirect characterization: 1 Describing the character’s appearance. 2 Showing the character’s actions. 3 Allowing the reader to hear the character speak. 4 Revealing the character’s thoughts and feelings. 5 Showing how others react to the character. Once you have chosen a character to analyze, find examples of each kind of indirect characterization in the story. This information will be the basis of your essay. Your essay will have three parts. The introduction will include general comments about the character and the story. (Be sure to identify the author and title of the story, as well as the character’s name.) These statements will lead you to your thesis statement. Some questions to address in your introduction might include: Project 1 1 ENGH 015 Why did you select the character? What do you like or dislike about this character? Analyze how the character changes over the course of the story. Do you identify with this character on any level? What does the author want the reader to feel for this character? You will develop a thesis statement that is directly related to the traits of your character to be proven throughout the body paragraphs in the essay. A thesis statement is a sentence or two that tells the reader what the rest of the essay is about. A good thesis statement does not simply announce a topic; it says something about the topic, and it provides the framework for your paper. Never start a paper with, “In this paper, I will discuss . . .” An example of a good thesis statement is: In the story “Ripe Figs” by Kate Chopin, as the figs ripen, Babette changes from an impatient, immature little girl into a young lady with a goal and purpose. Each body paragraph will start with a topic sentence that includes one character trait that you choose to describe for your character. Follow the topic sentence with evidence from the story to support your topic sentence. Use at least one direct quotation form the story in each body paragraph to support your ideas. These quotations must be correctly documented according to the MLA guidelines. The following is an example of a topic sentence with a quotation from “Ripe Figs” by Kate Chopin: Babette’s actions show that she has matured when she learned patience as she waited for the figs to ripen. “But each time she came away disconsolate again. What she saw there finally was something that made her sing and dance the whole day long” (Chopin 7). After every quote, write the author’s last name and the page number that the quote is found on in parenthesis, followed by a period. Next, explain how your examples support your topic. Conclude each paragraph with a closing sentence that will naturally lead to the next topic. You will have at least three to five body paragraphs. Your final paragraph will be your conclusion. Restate your thesis statement in a fresh manner and provide closure by adding your final thoughts about the character and the story. The paper will be at least 600 words in length (two typed, double-spaced pages) and will be worth 50 points. The essay will be scored according to the criteria in the following rubrics. Begin typing Part A on the blank page after the rubrics. Project 1 2 ENGH 015 Structure Focus on Assigned Topic (5 points possible) Introduction (5 points possible) Main Ideas (5 points possible) Supporting Details (5 points possible) Order (5 points possible) Project 1 5 4 3 Thesis statement is engaging and specific; goes beyond the obvious. Thesis directs the topic and purpose. Thesis is specific and directs the topic and purpose. Thesis announces the topic and purpose Thesis is incomplete. No attempt has been made to relate information to the assigned topic. Uses effective hook/attention getter and provides unexpected yet appropriate background information. Uses effective hook/attention getter with relevant, controlled background information. Uses weak hook/attention getter and/or background information lacks control. The introduction is vague and incomplete. Introduction is lacking. No attempt has been made to connect the details. Main ideas stand out and are varied and original. Main ideas are evident. Main ideas are repetitive, random, and/or lack focus. Main ideas are difficult to determine, disconnected, or irrelevant. Main ideas are not evident. A variety of supporting details and examples explore and enhance the main ideas. Relevant details and examples support main ideas. Limited or repetitive details are listed that support the main ideas. Supporting details are consistently irrelevant. No supporting details are included. Uses intentional sequencing that emphasizes the strengths of the paper. Parallels introduction/thes is; paragraphs present supporting details where they fit. Misplaces order of some paragraphs and/or supporting details in paragraphs. Order of paragraphs seems random and similar details are not grouped together. No attempt at order is apparent. 3 2 0 ENGH 015 Quotations (5 points possible) At least one valid quotation is used in each body paragraph. It is relevant and well placed. MLA Citations used correctly. Works Cited page done correctly. At least one quotation is used in each body paragraph. Follows MLA format with few errors. Works Cited page is used with few errors. Quotations are used in some body paragraphs but not all of them. Follows MLA format with some errors. Works Cited page contains many errors. Quotations are misplaced or not used appropriately in body paragraphs. No quotations are included. No Works Cited page included. Does not use MLA format. Missing needed citations. Works Cited page incomplete. Conclusion (5 points possible) Conventions Vocabulary Accuracy/ Word Choice (5 points possible) Project 1 Provides resolution/closur e by revisiting the hook and/or major details with fresh phrasing. 5 Vocabulary is precise, vivid, and natural. Enhances the intended message. Links the conclusion directly to the introduction without complete repetition; may incorporate hook. Conclusion is ineffective, awkward or merely repeats the introduction, thesis, and main ideas. The conclusion is weak or incomplete. 3 2 Vocabulary is mostly accurate, but ordinary. Contributes to the message in a limited way. Vocabulary is used inaccurately, detracting from the message. 4 Vocabulary is accurate and active. Contributes to the intended message. 4 Conclusion is lacking. 0 Words do not make sense as they are used. Reader is confused. ENGH 015 Spelling and Punctuation (5 points possible) Almost all words are spelled correctly. Almost no errors in English usage or grammar. Almost no errors in punctuation. Almost no errors in capitalization. Sentence Fluency and Paragraphing Sentences are smooth and easy to read. (5 points possible) Varied in length and structure throughout. Writing demonstrates a solid use of paragraphing. Some spelling errors, but are not enough to impede understanding. Some errors in usage or grammar, but not enough to impede understanding. Contains some errors in punctuation, but not enough to impede understanding. Contains a few errors in capitalization. Sentences are easy to read and varied in length and structure at times. Paragraphing is generally used correctly. Some spelling errors may impede understanding. Errors in usage or grammar impede understanding at times. Numerous spelling errors impede understanding. Contains numerous errors in grammar or usage. Errors in punctuation may impede understanding at times. Errors in punctuation impede understanding. Contains numerous errors in capitalization. Errors in capitalization may intrude on understanding. Sentences are sometimes awkward. Limited or repetitious sentence structures, length and beginnings. Paragraphs are attempted. Sentences contain a lack of fluency and are difficult to read. Choppy or run-together sentences create a distraction to the reader. Paragraphs are lacking. Misspells most common and complex words. Punctuation is lacking. No paragraphing is used. Uses only fragments and run-ons throughout. Total Score out of 50 Points: Project 1 5 ENGH 015 [Begin typing Part A here.] Project 1 6 ENGH 015 Part B Choose one of the following options: Option 1: Write a sequel to “Snapshots of a Wedding” in which Mathata is the narrator. Try to imagine what her feelings are on the marriage of Neo and Kegoletile. Try to use details from the story to create a character for Mathata by expanding on the information given in the original story. Be sure write a complete story that includes a setting, character descriptions, and a plot with a conflict. Option 2: Write a sequel to “The Beautiful Soul of Don Damian” in which the character of Don Damian awakens from his coma. He will have the knowledge that his soul gathered about his friends and family by observing them while they presumed that he would die. Pick up the story from that point and write the next chapter. Be sure to write a complete story that includes a setting, character descriptions, and a plot with a conflict. Write your story from a first-person point of view. There will be a lot of dialogue because the character will concentrate on sharing his/her ideas with the reader. Be sure to include dialogue from the other characters as well. At the end of your story, note whether the main character is happy with his/her situation or not. It is up to you to decide the ending. You will need to write dialogue in your story, which must appear in quotation marks. Be sure to use punctuation and quotation marks correctly. Use the following examples, and refer to a grammar textbook or website for additional assistance: • Use a comma to offset dialogue, and capitalize dialogue if it forms a complete sentence: Joe said, “We can stop in the next town.” “We can stop in the next town,” Joe said. • You may use an exclamation point to offset dialogue for emphasis, but do so sparingly: “I can’t believe we lost!” the coach yelled. The coach yelled, “I can’t believe we lost!” • Place a question mark after dialogue that asks a question: “Where are we going?” Jo asked. Jo asked, “Where are we going?” Project 1 7 ENGH 015 • If the person speaking is identified after the dialogue, capitalize the reference to the person only if it is a proper noun (a formal given name). “I couldn’t reach him by phone,” the woman said. “I’ll try again later.” “We don’t have any cat food,” Kendra exclaimed. “Tiger will have to wait.” There are fifty points possible on this part of the project, and your story should be 600 words (two typed, double-spaced pages) in length. The essay will be scored according to the criteria in the following rubrics. Begin typing Part B on the blank page after the rubrics. Structure Focus on Assigned Topic (5 points possible) Organization (5 points possible) 5 4 3 2 Entire story is related to the assigned topic. Reader clearly understands topic. Most of the story is related to the assigned topic. The story wanders off at one point, but the reader can still understand topic. Some of the story is related to the assigned topic. Reader does not learn much about the topic. Little attempt has been made to relate the story to the assigned topic. No attempt has been made to relate the story to the assigned topic. The story is very well organized. One idea or scene follows another in a logical sequence. The story is pretty well organized. One idea or scene may seem out of place. The story is a little hard to follow. Ideas and scenes seem to be randomly arranged. Organization is lacking. No attempt has been made to connect the details. The reader has trouble figuring out when and where the story took place. Setting is not included in the story. Clear transitions are used. Setting (5 points possible) Project 1 Many vivid, descriptive words are used to tell when and where the story took place. The transitions are sometimes not clear. 0 Clear transitions are used. Some vivid, descriptive words are used to tell the audience when and where the story took place. The reader can figure out when and where the story took place, but the author didn't supply much detail. 8 ENGH 015 Problem/ Conflict (5 points possible) Characters (5 points possible) Very easy for the reader to understand the problem the main characters face and why it is a problem. Fairly easy for the reader to understand the problem the main characters face and why it is a problem. Fairly easy for the reader to understand the problem the main characters face, but it is not clear why it is a problem. It is not clear what problem the main characters face. The conflict is not present in the story. Main characters are named and clearly described in text. Main characters are named and described. Main characters are named. It is hard to tell who the main characters are. Character description is lacking. It is not clear which character is speaking. No dialogue is included. Solution is attempted, but it is hard to understand. The story has no conclusion or resolution. 3 2 0 Vocabulary is mostly accurate, but ordinary. Contributes to the message in a limited way Vocabulary is used inaccurately, detracting from the message. Words do not make sense as they are used. Reader is confused. Most readers could describe the characters accurately. Dialogue (5 points possible) Resolution (5 points possible) The reader knows very little about the characters. Most readers would have some idea of what the characters looked like. An appropriate amount of dialogue is used to bring the characters to life. It is always clear which character is speaking. There is too much dialogue in this story. There is not quite enough dialogue in this story. It is always clear which character is speaking. It is always clear which character is speaking. Solution to the character's problem is logical and easily understood. Solution to the character's problem is easy to understand. Solution to the character's problem is a little hard to understand. It is somewhat logical. Many loose ends. No loose ends. A few loose ends. Conventions Vocabulary Accuracy/ Word Choice (5 points possible) Project 1 5 Vocabulary is precise, vivid, and natural. Enhances the intended message. 4 Vocabulary is accurate and active. Contributes to the intended message. 9 ENGH 015 Spelling and Punctuation (5 points possible) Almost all words are spelled correctly. Almost no errors in English usage or grammar. Almost no errors in punctuation. Almost no errors in capitalization. Sentence Fluency and Paragraphing Sentences are smooth and easy to read. (5 points possible) Varied in length and structure throughout. Writing demonstrates a solid use of paragraphing. Some spelling errors, but are not enough to impede understanding. Some errors in usage or grammar, but not enough to impede understanding. Contains some errors in punctuation, but are not enough to impede understanding. Contains a few errors in capitalization. Sentences are easy to read. Varied in length and structure at times. Paragraphing is generally used correctly. Some spelling errors may impede understanding. Errors in usage or grammar impede understanding at times. Numerous spelling errors impede understanding. Contains numerous errors in grammar or usage. Errors in punctuation may impede understanding at times. Errors in punctuation impede understanding. Errors in capitalization may intrude on understanding. Sentences are sometimes awkward. Limited or repetitious sentence structures, length and beginnings. Paragraphs are attempted. Misspells most common and complex words. Punctuation is lacking. Contains numerous errors in capitalization. Sentences lack fluency and are difficult to read. Choppy or run-on sentences distract the reader. No Paragraphing is used. Uses only fragments and run-ons throughout. Lacks paragraphs. Total Score out of 50 Points: Project 1 10 ENGH 015 [Begin typing Part B here.] Project 1 11 ENGH 015 Project Submission • Save this project assignment document on your desktop as: ENGH_015_061_your_name_here_Project1.doc. • Read through all parts of the project and answer the questions to the best of your ability. Once you have completed the project, save it on your desktop. Directions for submission are provided in the project. • When you are ready to submit your project, click the MY WORK button on your screen and follow the directions provided. You can review your results and see your grades by clicking MY GRADES. When you have submitted your project, continue with the next lesson in the course. Have fun doing your project! Project 1 12 ENGH 015 ...
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Running Head: Sweat

by Zora Neale Hurston

Sweat by Zora Neale Hurston:
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Sweat by Zora Neale Hurston

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It was eleven o'clock of a Spring night in Florida. It was Sunday. Some other night, Delia
Jones would have been sleeping for two hours at this point. Be that as it may, she was a washlady, and Monday morning implied a lot to her. So she gathered the filthy garments on Saturday
when she restored the spotless things. Sunday night after chapel, she arranged them and put the
white things to douse. It spared her right around an a large portion of day's begin. An
extraordinary hamper in the room held the garments that she brought home. It was such a great
amount of neater than various packs lying around.
She hunched down in the kitchen floor close to the considerable heap of garments,
arranging them into little loads as indicated by shading, and murmuring a tune in a distressed
key, yet pondering through everything where Sykes, her significant other, had run with her pony
and buckboard.
Simply then something long, round, limp and dark fell upon her shoulders and crawled to
the floor alongside her. An extraordinary dread grabbed hold of her. It mollified her knees and
dried her mouth with the goal that it was an entire moment before she could shout out or move.
At that point she saw that it was the huge bull whip her better half got a kick out of the chance to
convey when he drove. "Course Ah snowed it! That is why Ah done it." He slapped his leg with
his hand and relatively moved on the ground in his gaiety. "In the event that you such a major
trick dat you got the chance to have a fit over a worm or a string, Ah don't keep how awful Ah
skier you."
occasions to keep them white people's garments outa dis house."
He grabbed the whip and glared down at her. Delia went ahead with her work. She went
out into the yard and came back with ...

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