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A criminal may intentionally harm others, which could be one of your criteria.

Goal Write a 1,000-1,200-word essay using three academic resources in which you argue that a contested “case” involving the sale, trade, or donation of human organs fits (or does not fit) within a given category. A case may include a specific news article, story, or incident illustrating a dilemma or controversy relating to the exchange of human organs. The case does not need to be a court case.
Directions
Follow these steps when composing your essay:
1. Start by selecting a controversial case found in the media involving the sale, trade, or donation of human organs. For example, an appropriate case might include a story in the news about an organ broker, and the term to define might be “criminal.”
2. Decide what category you think your case belongs in, with the understanding that others may disagree with you about the definition of your category, and/or whether your chosen case matches your category.
3. In the opening of your essay, introduce the case you will examine and pose your definition question. Do not simply summarize here. Instead, introduce the issue and offer context.
4. To support your argument, define the boundaries of your category (criteria) by using a commonly used definition or by developing your own extended definition. Defining your boundaries simply means naming the criteria by which you will discuss your chosen case involving the sale, trade, or donation of human organs. If you determine, for example, that an organ broker is a criminal, what criteria constitute this? A criminal may intentionally harm others, which could be one of your criteria.
5. In the second part of your argument (the match), show how your case meets (or does not meet) your definition criteria. Perhaps by comparing or sizing up your controversial case to other cases can help you to develop your argument.
This essay is NOT simply a persuasive essay on the sale, trade, or donation of human organs. It is an argumentative essay where the writer explains what a term means and uses a specific case to explore the meaning of that term in depth.

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To what extent was your learning experience positive or negative?

For this assignment, you are going write a minimum 800-word paper that reflects upon your overall learning in this course. The Week 8 Materials and Week 8 Lecture should amply prepare you for writing this reflection; specifically, the various questions and considerations presented in the readings, the overview, and the lecture should give you a very strong sense of how to approach reflection writing. That said, here is a succinct list of questions that should help guide you:
What did you already know about writing prior to this course? What were your previous educational experiences? In what ways was this experience similar or different to previous ones?
Now that the course is over, what are your overall impressions or reactions to the course? To what extent was your learning experience positive or negative?
What did you learn about writing from this course? About online education? About college courses overall?
How did you approach this course? Were your approaches successful? Why or why not?
What surprised you about this course? What were the most powerful learning moments, and what make them so?
What were the most challenging moments in this course and what made them so? How did you overcome these challenges?
What was the most important thing you learned about yourself in this course? What learning experiences will be most applicable to your life moving forward?
What connections can you make between your prior knowledge about writing and the knowledge you gained in this course?
What do you think you will do similarly in courses moving forward? What will you do differently or improve upon?
How might you have better supported your classmates in this course? What can you improve upon for future courses?
Once again, the goal is NOT to write a paper that answers each question in the order they appear above. Rather, the goal is to genuinely reflect upon what you have learned. You can certainly choose questions from above to guide you, and the best reflections will address the before, during, and after stages of the learning process.

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Read (or re-read) the story or novel your chosen essay topic is based on and make detailed notes.

The Thesis/Outline assignments are designed to encourage students to start preliminary work on their essays and to receive early formative feedback on the most crucial parts of the essay (the argument and structure) before the complete essay is submitted. Don’t be deceived by the brevity of the assignment: this is the most challenging and difficult part of an essay to write. Don’t try to write the thesis without first following the preliminary steps below.
Preliminary work:
1. Read the Essay 1 topics (in the Assignments folder) and choose one.
2. Read (or re-read) the story or novel your chosen essay topic is based on and make detailed notes. See Tips for Reading the Texts in the Learner Resources folder if you don’t know what to look for when reading a literary text.
3. Read the Essay Writing Tips in the Learner Resources folder.
4. Refer to your notes on the text and brainstorm ideas for your topic. Don’t try to write a thesis statement before spending at least an hour on this step. Start with the passage indicated on the topic sheet and make notes on key words and/or images. Consider other similar words/images elsewhere in the text. Then push yourself to go beyond factual observations by asking yourself, “Why is this observation important? What is the overall message of the text with relation to this topic?”
Writing the thesis and outline:
1. Write a thesis statement of no more than two sentences that states your argument about the text you chose to analyse. Mention the title of the text as well as the characters you will focus on.
2. After your thesis statement, add one sentence for each supporting point. These sentences must be specific and detailed so that the thesis and supporting points together constitute a clear map of your argument.
3. DO NOT USE POINT FORM. Use complete sentences (independent clauses) for both the thesis and the supporting points

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This essay should be about me disagreeing with this article called “the danger of playing it safe” by wendy kaminer.

This essay should be about me disagreeing with this article called “the danger of playing it safe” by Wendy kaminer. it should be at least 3 pages and I should have reasons why I disagree with it.

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The sentence structure assignment below needs to be filled out on its own aside from the m5 assignment.

Hello and thank you for you continued hard work on Assignments helping me attached below are references and the assignment itself. the sentence structure assignment below needs to be filled out on its own aside from the m5 assignment.

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The essay will be an analysis/summary essay based off of the story, heart and sole: detroiter walks 21 miles in work commute, you must wrire a summary/analysis essay that summarizes and analyzes the factors that contribute to james robertsons decision of walking to work.

The essay will be an analysis/summary essay based off of the story, Heart and Sole: Detroiter Walks 21 miles in Work Commute, you must wrire a summary/analysis essay that summarizes and analyzes the factors that contribute to James Robertsons decision of walking to work.

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The conclusion and recommendation section of your proposal is the part in which you interpret your findings and make a recommendation or give a call to action.

Write a proposal of 3-4 pages, plus at least 1 page that lists 5 sources in MLA style, that discusses a problem you want to learn more about and that recommends a solution. For this proposal you do not have to write a complete paper. Write a Thesis statement, an outline as described below, and provide a Works Cited page. See the guidelines below.
The problem you choose must be a current problem, even though it may have been a problem for many years. Most students choose a problem that is too large. See the information in Chapter 6.5 about “Narrowing and Focusing.” The problem must also affect many people, and it must have an actual solution or solutions that you can learn about through research. In other words, the problem cannot be unique to you, and the solution you recommend cannot be one you only imagine; both the problem and the solution must be grounded in reality.
One way to get ideas about a problem to write about is to read a high-quality newspaper, website, or social media account for a week. Read widely on whatever platform you choose so that you learn what people are saying, what a newspaper’s editorial board is taking a stand on, what opinion writers are making cases for in op-eds, and what community members are commenting on. You’ll begin to get a handle on problems in your community or state that people care about. If you read a paper or website with a national or international audience, you’ll learn about problems that affect people in other places.
You will need to consult and cite at least five reliable sources. They can be scholarly, but they do not have to be. They must be credible, trustworthy, and unbiased. Possible sources include articles from reputable newspapers, magazines, and academic and professional journals; reputable websites; government sources; and visual sources. Depending on your topic, you may want to conduct a survey, an interview, or an experiment. See Research Process: Accessing and Recording Information and Annotated Bibliography: Gathering, Evaluating, and Documenting Sources for information about creating and finding sources. Your proposal can include a visual or media source if it provides appropriate, relevant evidence.
Thesis and Organization
publishing a Thesis
When you have a solid grasp of the problem and solution, try publishing a thesis. A thesis is the main idea that you will convey in your proposal and to which all the paragraphs in the paper should relate. In a proposal, you will likely express this main idea in a thesis statement of one or two sentences toward the end of the introduction.
After you publish a thesis statement, ask these questions and revise it as needed:
Is it engaging? A thesis for a proposal should pique readers’ interest in the problem and possible solutions.
Is it precise and specific? If you are interested in curbing the spread of invasive plant species, for example, your thesis should indicate which environment the plant or plants are invading and that you are proposing ways to stop the spread.
Organizing Your Ideas
A proposal has a recognizable shape, starting with an introduction, followed by discussions of the problem, possible solutions, potential objections to the solutions, and a conclusion with a recommendation. A graphic organizer like Table 6.5 can help you organize your ideas and evidence.
Proposal Section Content Your Notes
Introduction (usually one paragraph, but can be two)
Draw readers in with an overview. Provide necessary background here or in the description of the problem, defining terms as needed.
State the thesis.
Description of the Problem (one or more paragraphs)
Explain the problem, establishing it as a problem in need of a solution.
Develop the paragraph(s) with evidence.
Possible Solution or Solutions (one or more paragraphs)
Describe possible solutions, one at a time.
Develop the paragraph(s) with evidence.
Objections (one or more paragraphs)
Explain objections readers are likely to raise to the solutions given in the previous paragraph(s).
Develop the paragraph(s) with evidence.
Conclusion and Recommendations (one or more paragraphs) Conclude with a summary of the points and recommend a solution or a course of action.
Table 6.5 Proposal Organization
Body Paragraphs: Problem, Solutions, Objections
The body paragraphs of your proposal should present the problem, the solution or solutions, and potential objections to the proposed solution(s). As you write these paragraphs, consider using the point, evidence, and analysis pattern:
The point is the central idea of the paragraph, usually given in a topic sentence stated in your own words at or toward beginning of the paragraph.
With the evidence you provide, you develop the paragraph and support the point given in the topic sentence. Include details, examples, quotations, paraphrases, and summaries from sources. In your sentences and paragraphs, synthesize the evidence you give by showing the connections between sources. See Position Argument: Practicing the Art of Rhetoric and Argumentative Research: Enhancing the Art of Rhetoric with Evidence for more information on quoting, summarizing, paraphrasing, and synthesizing.
The analysis comes at the end of the paragraph. In your own words, draw a conclusion about the evidence you have provided and relate it to the topic sentence.
The paragraphs should show the point-evidence-analysis pattern in practice.
Conclusion and Recommendation
The conclusion and recommendation section of your proposal is the part in which you interpret your findings and make a recommendation or give a call to action. At this point, focus on the solution that will best solve the problem, suggesting or summarizing specific actions.
Works Cited Page
Including any data you gathered through primary research, such as a survey you created and administered, interviews you conducted, or observational notes you took, you must cite the sources you consulted. These sources appear in the text of your proposal and in a Works Cited at the end. For more on documenting sources, see Index and Guide to Documentation, MLA Documentation and Format,

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• use both asyndeton and polysyndeton at least once in your essay (you must use both schemes)

I need to rewrite this essay for my class, I need to add other sources as well as change my perspective, i included the instructions notes for this essay and how also I am able to change the perspective.
TLDR; on ways to be more thorough is my mother passed away in february 2021, asking for help has changed my life with that and also seeing how others are able to be there for me and provide their support
Another life event would be going to the hospital for my mental health and suicide ideations in May 2022 has helped a huge ton for asking for help and getting proper help. I hope this is enough to work off of here are some links for articles or other sources for this essay
https://www.cnbc.com/2020/04/22/why-asking-for-help-is-so-hard-and-how-to-get-better-at-it.html
https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/connected-leadership/202206/3-reasons-why-its-so-hard-ask-help
https://www.goodtherapy.org/blog/why-is-it-so-hard-to-ask-for-help-0616164
https://twentyonetoys.com/blogs/teaching-21st-century-skills/art-of-asking-hard-to-ask-for-help
https://www.quora.com/What-is-the-best-way-to-get-past-the-discomfort-of-asking-for-money-on-Patreon
Thank you so much for all you do I appreciate working with you! If you need to change the bid at all i’d be happy to pay whatever for your time.
Cheers
P.S. Citation page does not count as a page, the origional essay needs to have added 2 pages, and mine was at 3
Assignment requirements:
• your essay must have a new audience and purpose
• you must add 2 additional pages of content
• after adding new content and redefining the audience and purpose, make sure everything in the essay fits and connects
o if paragraphs, parts, or sections do not fit, cut them out; OR
o if paragraphs, parts, or sections do not fit, keep them but create new writing to make the connections happen
• identify and use at least 2 different genres, or writing patterns, to say something new about your topic and connect to your new purpose
• use at least three sources you determine are reliable: these could be primary or secondary sources; these can be images, quotations from texts, summaries or paraphrases of texts, graphs, interviews you do, and/or consider that a source can be used as an epigraph.
• use both asyndeton and polysyndeton at least once in your essay (you must use both schemes)
• use a trope we studied during the rhetorical analysis
• use a pattern of sound we studied during the rhetorical analysis
• the revised essay must demonstrate that you have attempted DEEP REVISION (adding & cutting & connecting), REWRITING, and ADDITIONAL CONTENT.

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I would like to take a european tour to visit history, architecture, the culture.

If you got a ticket in your hand, where will you go? What will you do? What will happen when you get there?
I would like to take a European tour to visit history, architecture, the culture.

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Please pick a part of apollo to analyze and talk about it and properly quote apollo.

rewrite and adda little more to the writing. Please pick a part of Apollo to Analyze and talk about it and properly quote Apollo.