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PLEASE WRITE For 10th Grade English. Assignment: Character Growth in The Odyssey

PLEASE WRITE For 10th Grade English.
Assignment: Character Growth in The Odyssey
Follow the assignment instructions and review the rubric:
BACKGROUND: After devising the trick of using the wooden horse to win the Trojan War, Ulysses (Odysseus) believes he is as good as the gods. Who needs them? Clearly, he suffers from hubris.
Before landing on Calypso’s island, Ulysses (Odysseus) exhibits the behaviors of an alazon, one who acts better than he really is — and he’s destined not only for punishment from the gods, but he brings about his own suffering and the deaths of all his crew. As one who champions the “me” culture, Ulysses (Odysseus) fails at the “we” community-building. It takes him 20 years of sailing and suffering in what should have been a few weeks.
After all of his men die, and he suffers alone on Calypso’s island for many years, Ulysses (Odysseus) contemplates the mistakes he’s made. Near the end of The Odyssey, he allows Minerva (Athena) to transform him into a beggar before returning to Ithaca. A younger Odysseus would never have permitted himself to be transformed into an old, weak beggar. As such, back home in Ithaca, he is immediately abused by suitors. Yet, he uses lessons learned to exercise syphrosine (restraint): he perseveres and plans his revenge.
ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS: In what major ways has the older Odysseus changed and learned from the mistakes he made as a younger man? Citing many episodes and using many quotes from Ulysses (Odysseus), Homer’s narration, the advice of both immortals and mortals, write an analysis essay of how Ulysses (Odysseus) has changed from an alazon, one who acts better than he really is, into an eiron, one who is better than he claims or appears to be. How and why does he grow and change? What has he learned in the process? What advice might he give Telemachus as he grows into the future king?
Use these comparisons in literature for reference or research (as needed):
Classic Alazons Classic Eirons
Satan (the devil) Jesus
Don Quixote Sancho Panza
Dr. Frankenstein the monster
Voldemort Harry Potter
Darth Vader Luke Skywalker
Mrs. Sarah Reed Jane Eyre
Warner Elle Woods
Scar Simba
Ulysses (Odysseus) Telemachus / Ulysses (Odysseus)?
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Audience and Purpose
Occasionally Exceeds the Standards: Appropriate purpose and audience clearly reflected or identified in author’s choices about character growth and change.
Meets the Standards: Appropriate purpose and audience occasionally reflected or identified in author’s choices about character growth and change.
Below the Standards: Either audience is not appropriate or statement of purpose is not identified in the writing about growth and change.
Maximum score30
Impact / Idea development
Occasionally Exceeds the Standards: Lesson learned and identity changes are clearly identified and addressed throughout the writing.
Meets the Standards: Lesson learned and identity changes are occasionally identified and addressed throughout the writing.
Below the Standards: Lesson learned and identity changes are either not identified or not clearly addressed throughout the writing.
Maximum score20
Voice and Academic Source Attribution
Occasionally Exceeds the Standards:An appropriate voice is clear and maintained; proper purpose of character growth/change analysis is maintained throughout. Author is given direct and ample credit.
Meets the Standards: Appropriate voice is occasionally maintained and proper purpose of analysis of character growth/ change is somewhat maintained throughout. Little credit given.
Below the Standards: A voice is not maintained; a proper purpose of analysis character growth/change is not maintained throughout. Very little or no authorial credit cited.
Maximum score20
Supporting Examples
Occasionally Exceeds the Standards: Lesson learned and identity changes (examples and quotes) clearly and strongly support the statement of purpose.
Meets the Standards: Lesson learned and identity changes (examples and quotes) occasionally support the statement of purpose.
Below the Standards: Lesson learned and identity changes (examples and quotes) do not support the statement of purpose.
Maximum score10
Organization of ideas
Occasionally Exceeds the Standards: Writing has a clear logical structure and well-developed beginning, middle, and end–connecting the statement of purpose to each body section. Either order of importance or chronological order is used.
Meets the Standards: Writing has a somewhat logical structure or a somewhat developed beginning, middle, and end–occasionally connecting the statement of purpose to a body section. Order is undetermined.
Below the Standards: Writing has no clear logical structure or not enough development, in the beginning, middle, and end. It does not connect the statement of purpose to each body section.
Maximum score10
Language: diction and sentence variety
Occasionally Exceeds the Standards: Careful diction is used throughout; a variety of sentence types is used to engage the reader throughout.
Meets the Standards: Diction is inconsistent throughout. Sentence complexity is occasionally used to engage the reader.
Below the Standards: Improper diction is used, or without care. Sentence complexity is not varied.
Maximum score10

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I have already completed the critical preface and the popular sources and the ba

I have already completed the critical preface and the popular sources and the background sources. All I need done is the 3 industry sources with analysis and the 3 scholarly sources with analysis.
My topic is the symbolism of the dove, and we are supposed to loosely relate our topic to “topias”. I’ve started doing that by explaining the need for the dove/hope/peace/love in order to have a perfect society i.e. utopia.

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The project is about Smoke trail system. Please design smoke trails system and p

The project is about Smoke trail system.
Please design smoke trails system and provide simple sketches of the design.
Follow the instruction paper that I have provided and the marking rubric please

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1. Poetry Review “Langston Hughes in Context” in your text (700-705). You may fo

1. Poetry
Review “Langston Hughes in Context” in your text (700-705). You may focus on the poems discussed in class as well as any other poems in this section. Discuss how Hughes uses language in his poetry. What is the voice you hear? Do you agree that Hughes is a musical poet, and if so, what kind of music? Be specific. How does Hughes’s use of language reflect critic Donald Gibson’s assertion that “as optimists generally do, Langston Hughes…lacked a sense of evil”?
In your response, be specific, and use examples and quotes (which you may reference simply by noting the text page number in parenthesis).
2. Drama
Consider the three plays we have read and discussed (two of them) in class. The Piano Lesson and Death of a Salesman differ? How are they similar? How is the language used in both? How does the dialogue of the characters reflect the themes of the three plays? How is conflict presented (and resolved)? In your response, be specific, and use examples and quotes.
3. Short Story / Novella
Discuss “Sonny’s Blues.” In your answer, be sure to include consideration of the basic elements of fiction discussed in class, and be sure to include specific example/quotes.
4. Overall Reflection
Reflect back on this class and on all the readings we have done. What have you learned about the human experience from each genre encountered? Has your view about being human changed as a result of any of the readings, and if so, how? Which author or authors spoke most profoundly to you? Be specific, and, as always, use examples and quotes.

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1. Poetry Review “Langston Hughes in Context” in your text (700-705). You may fo

1. Poetry
Review “Langston Hughes in Context” in your text (700-705). You may focus on the poems discussed in class as well as any other poems in this section. Discuss how Hughes uses language in his poetry. What is the voice you hear? Do you agree that Hughes is a musical poet, and if so, what kind of music? Be specific. How does Hughes’s use of language reflect critic Donald Gibson’s assertion that “as optimists generally do, Langston Hughes…lacked a sense of evil”?
In your response, be specific, and use examples and quotes (which you may reference simply by noting the text page number in parenthesis).
2. Drama
Consider the three plays we have read and discussed (two of them) in class. The Piano Lesson and Death of a Salesman differ? How are they similar? How is the language used in both? How does the dialogue of the characters reflect the themes of the three plays? How is conflict presented (and resolved)? In your response, be specific, and use examples and quotes.
3. Short Story / Novella
Discuss “Sonny’s Blues.” In your answer, be sure to include consideration of the basic elements of fiction discussed in class, and be sure to include specific example/quotes.
4. Overall Reflection
Reflect back on this class and on all the readings we have done. What have you learned about the human experience from each genre encountered? Has your view about being human changed as a result of any of the readings, and if so, how? Which author or authors spoke most profoundly to you? Be specific, and, as always, use examples and quotes.

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The project is about Smoke trail system. Please design smoke trails system and p

The project is about Smoke trail system.
Please design smoke trails system and provide simple sketches of the design.
Follow the instruction paper that I have provided and the marking rubric please

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Paper #4: Academic Essay · Critical Thinking and Reading Skills · Facility in Wr

Paper #4: Academic Essay
· Critical Thinking and Reading Skills
· Facility in Written Communication
· Practice writing processes with an emphasis on revision.
200 points
Formal assessment of student’s facility in writing an academic essay on chosen topic.
They say I say by Gerald graff ,cathey birkenstein
Comments from Customer
https://www.google.com/search?client=safari&sa=X&hl=en-us&tbm=bks&q=editions:psfG6dd2-vsC&ved=2ahUKEwi737XYgev7AhWnmokEHf4LABIQmBZ6BAgCEAg&biw=320&bih=449&dpr=2
Write about the lottery book I recently sent
https://syndication.bleacherreport.com/amp/1324537-the-difference-between-college-and-the-pros-in-the-nfl.amp.html

Differences Between College Football vs Professional Football


https://www.si.com/.amp/nfl/2018/07/11/college-football-ncaa-rules-difference-pros

All the Major Differences Between NFL and College Football

The major differences between College Football and NFL


https://jugssports.com/blog/six-key-differences-between-college-and-nfl-football-that-we-tend-to-forget-about/

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Paper #4: Academic Essay · Critical Thinking and Reading Skills · Facility in Wr

Paper #4: Academic Essay
· Critical Thinking and Reading Skills
· Facility in Written Communication
· Practice writing processes with an emphasis on revision.
200 points
Formal assessment of student’s facility in writing an academic essay on chosen topic.
They say I say by Gerald graff ,cathey birkenstein
Comments from Customer
https://www.google.com/search?client=safari&sa=X&hl=en-us&tbm=bks&q=editions:psfG6dd2-vsC&ved=2ahUKEwi737XYgev7AhWnmokEHf4LABIQmBZ6BAgCEAg&biw=320&bih=449&dpr=2
Write about the lottery book I recently sent
https://syndication.bleacherreport.com/amp/1324537-the-difference-between-college-and-the-pros-in-the-nfl.amp.html

Differences Between College Football vs Professional Football


https://www.si.com/.amp/nfl/2018/07/11/college-football-ncaa-rules-difference-pros

All the Major Differences Between NFL and College Football

The major differences between College Football and NFL


https://jugssports.com/blog/six-key-differences-between-college-and-nfl-football-that-we-tend-to-forget-about/

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02.04 ASSIGNMENT INSTRUCTIONS STEP ONE: Your search for articles and advertiseme

02.04 ASSIGNMENT INSTRUCTIONS
STEP ONE:
Your search for articles and advertisements will revolve around a theme of your choosing. Select one of the following topics to be the focus your research:
technology
sports equipment
clothing
food
STEP TWO:
You will search for articles online to help you answer these questions.
Are advertisements aimed at teenagers effective?
Are advertisements aimed at teenagers ethical?
STEP THREE:
As you locate information:
record your researched articles using the Research Graphic Organizer, Part 1
record your researched advertisements using the Research Graphic Organizer, Part 2
Watch this video to get the scoop on locating and using sources to support your claim. These tips will make deciding which sources to use and what to use from them easy.
NOTE:
For the assessment, you will submit the completed Research Graphic Organizer, Parts 1 and 2, to your teacher.
Review Grading Rubric

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I will attach the last 2 essays’ written by me to be used as references if neede

I will attach the last 2 essays’ written by me to be used as references if needed and a perfect score example research paper done by a previous student. Also, all the instructions are provided in the essay 4 outline file. please make sure your writing is at the same level as the essays provided in the files below. Also provided below are two texts used in class( at least 1 must be used as a source ). there must be 7 sources of different types all explained in the essay 4 outline.