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This will be my final draft. Please make the necessary corrections from the feed

This will be my final draft. Please make the necessary corrections from the feedback in the link below. Please fix any grammar issues you find and if you can make the paper a little more persuasive in any way please do so thank you in advance the
feedback is in the link below please make the correction stated

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This is your proposal for essay 2. It will consist of one paragraph, and then a

This is your proposal for essay 2. It will consist of one paragraph, and then a list of three potential secondary sources. In the paragraph, focus on the basics:
which story or poem are you going to analyze?
why did you choose it?
what do you want to say about it (what do you want your argument to be)?
After that, you need to type a list of three potential secondary sources for your essay. These sources should come from the HCC library system. If you need help using the library interface, you can refer to the aid posted in this module, just above this assignment. For your list, you just need to type out the title of the source, the author of the source, and two or three sentences per source explaining why you think it might be useful to your essay.
Requirements: 1 paragraph with at least 250 words; a list of three potential secondary sources, with brief explanation of the value of each source, MLA style, uploaded as a word document.

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Rough Draft 3/Paper 3 Instructions Writing Assignment: Making an Argument Write

Rough Draft 3/Paper 3 Instructions
Writing Assignment: Making an Argument
Write a paper in which you make an argument on one of the topics below.
The support for your argument MUST come from the essays in the textbook that we have read. Do NOT use any outside sources.
Topic Choices:
1. Is college the best option?
2. Is technology a negative influence in American culture?
3. Is gender discrimination still a problem in the 21st Century?

You MUST take on your chosen topic – make an argument and support it throughout your paper.
Use 2-3 essays that we have read in the textbook to support your argument. Your paper should include specific quotes/examples from your chosen essay.
Be sure to use in-text citations for ALL quotes and examples from the text. In addition, you MUST have a Works Cited page at the end of your writing assignment (Final Paper). The final paper must be 3 1/2- 4 pages.

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Please provide no less than 1 page of feedback and answer the two questions at t

Please provide no less than 1 page of feedback and answer the two questions at the end; please see the attachment for instructions

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1. Read and review three peer-review articles about your career (written between

1. Read and review three peer-review articles about your career (written between 2017-2022).
2. Read the outline template below to create a research paper that addresses a thesis, research questions, and conclusion.
3. Write a 5-7 paragraph research essay that states and addresses your research questions.
4.Y our paragraphs should be 5-7 sentences.
5. Your essay should be at most 5 pages.
6. Use third person.
7. Include at least 2 in-text citations per paragraph (except the conclusion). No repeated sources per paragraph.
8. Include MLA subheadings for three topics.
9. create a table using MLA format that illustrates your findings.
Include all of the sources listed in your proposal in your paper and in-text citation.
10. Create a Work Cited page including all sources.
11. MLA Format

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In your essay you will reflect on the relations between historical context, as d

In your essay you will reflect on the relations between historical context, as described in the essay you choose, and one of the two films from the 1970s that we’ve watched this semester: The Long Goodbye (1973); Chinatown (1974).

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I added the instructions. This is project 3B I also added 3A because you will ne

I added the instructions. This is project 3B I also added 3A because you will need that. I already did the visual design and added that too incase you need to see.

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For Thursday morning’s class, please handwrite an answer to the following: Wha

For Thursday morning’s class, please handwrite an answer to the following:

What is the main theme in Stranger At The Gate?

You can find the video here:


Please follow these guidelines when writing your essay:

1. Your opening sentence must get the reader’s attention. (Do not open with a question or a quotation.)
2. Your thesis sentence must be the last sentence of your introduction and answer the assigned question.
3. Your body paragraph must prove your thesis to be true.
4. Your conclusion must state why your thesis is important.
5. Each paragraph must be 5-7 sentences and the total length of your essay should be three paragraphs (introduction, body, conclusion).
6. Write only in the 3rd person. (Do not use I, you, we, us, or any other phrase outside of the 3rd person.)

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Free Public College Education? “Students from more than 100 American universitie

Free Public College Education?
“Students from more than 100 American universities united in a Million Student March to protest over tuition fees, student debt and higher wages for campus workers.” There have been debates about public college tuition in recent years. In the article, “Bernie ‘s Bad College Idea”, by Kevin James agrees that free higher public education is not a good idea. Public college education should not be free and instead college tuition should increase to ensure the best possible education available.
In the article, “Bernie ‘s Bad College Idea” by Kevin Gates reviews why Bernie Sanders proposal for free public education may not be a good idea. Bernie Sanders propose “College for All Act,” a bill to make public college education tuition free. Sanders quote, “in a global economy, when our young people are competing with workers from around, we have got to have the best educated workforce possible. And, that means that we have got to make college affordable.”(James). Kevin James agrees that making college available to everyone is the right thing to do but free public college will not achieve that. He does not believe free education can still deliver high quality education.
In reality, nothing is free in life. Somebody will end up paying for a college student to be able to attend for free. Where will the funds come from so that the college system can continue to function? Whether it will be the government’s responsibility to pay for every student to attend or a private enterprise. If the government paid full for tuition, it will result in smaller universities. Smaller institutions will become places for the best of the best. If this happens as competitive as college is right now, it will become more difficult. For example, Brazil offers free public college education, but students must first be admitted. As Abby Jackson quotes, “I would have preferred a public university, but the entrance exams are very competitive. Most spots go to private school graduates, who are better prepared.” (Jackson) The majority of the admitted students are middle class and wealthy students, who can already afford to pay for college, which beat the purpose of education for all. The low-income class will be affected because they do not have the resources available to them as wealthy student. Students in Brazil are competing against each other for a spot on free education. In the end, the middle and wealthy class will receive the spots because they are better prepared than low-income students.
College tuition need to increase to maintain the standards of higher education. The moneys need to come from somewhere and with free education, college may be forced to cut back on spending, lay off employees or even accept less students. There will not be enough funds for it to continue renovating itself. The technology will not be up to date. The facilities will need repair. The staff, employees or professor will lose benefits. All of these will result in a lower quality of education.
Money is not the only thing keeping first generation students from pursing college education. In Norwegian, college education is free, but many of the students who are first generation still do not pursue a higher education. “Only 14 percent of children from the least –educated families in Norway attend college, compared to 58 percent of children from the most educated families.” They do not have programs or resources to encourage first generation college students. Free education is only benefitting students whose parent have an education. In this case, it ‘s more about culture aspect than the money.
Some may argue that free education is a better method than raising the college tuition. Free education will allow equality among students and avoid the burden of debt. In reality, free education can have more disadvantages than advantages. Raising the tuition is not the problem, it is the amount of financial aid available. Low income and middle class will not be affected. In fact, with an increase intuition, the college will have extra money to return for the students that need extra help. Any student that receives financial aid and middle class will qualify. The low income and middle class qualifies for more grant. The only students that will be left out will be higher income students. And if money is still a problem. There are other options available to students. Community college is very affordable and two years is all it takes for a college student to transfer.
Tuition is not the only problem for college student. There are other factors affecting the student ability to stay debt free.
(I NEED A RESEARCH PAPER ABOUT THIS ESSAY)

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Evaluate the benefits and drawbacks of retarding the development of artificial

Evaluate the benefits and drawbacks of retarding the development of
artificial intelligence as a solution to mass unemployment and economic
inequality.
i will upload some core reading and guidelines
no more than 1000 words