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Last week, you read about how to support your speech. Choose 3 supporting materials from your textbook and explain why you believe them to be the strongest choice possibilities for your upcoming persuasive speech. Be specific and be sure to use correct citations to back up your thought process and convince your classmates that you chose the most effective supporting materials.
(chapter 7 and chapter 9) Texbook is linked
Based on your viewing of the South Korean film The Host (2006), what commentary does the film seem to be making about the US military? The South Korean government? How does the medium (i.e., The Host was a mainstream blockbuster film) also shape the effectiveness of its message?
Also, similarities/differences with your viewing experience of Gojira (1954)?
Is the death penalty/ capital punishment good or bad?
Write one paragraph for this and why with one “thesis statement” with three important reasons to support your position.
share your opinion on
the impact and relevance of Ravi Shankar’s career and his legacy of sharing his native musical
tradition with the world.
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EXPLAIN IN 200 HUNRED WORDS based off the video
video link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_PYyjr9UAtk
Read Balswick, Fifth Edition, Part 6 (Social Dynamics, chapters 14-17) and answer the following questions.
1. Describe the difference between Family and Work as spheres of life. Pages 259-262
2. Summarize the problem of work and family conflict relevant to burnout. Pages 262-264
3. The authors have stressed the importance of self-differentiation. How do they see that in terms of being a Christian. Pages 264-269.
4. What kinds of events bring stress to families? What is most stressful and why? Pages 270-2272
5. What resources help families deal with stress? Page 272-273
6. Discuss the essence of “coping” with family stress. Page 273-274
7. Summarize five stages of problem solving. Pages 274-275
8. How do catastrophes differ from other stress-causing events? Pages 275-276
9. What are four ways family members might share the burden of pain? Pages 277-278
10. How can Christian faith potentially help a family through crises? What do the authors say about extremes? Pages 278-281
11. Discuss the numerous causes of divorce. Pages 284-286
12. Describe and explain the typical four-stage sequence of divorce. Pages 286-287
13. What effect does divorce have on children? Pages 287-289
14. What challenges are faced in a single-parent family? Pages 292-297
15. What are the challenges faced by a reconstituted family? Pages 298-302
16. What is a “binuclear” family, and what strategy might help bring success? Pages 303-313
NOTE: Pages might not be accurate, Please give a paragraph or more answers to the questions, not less than 100words for answer.
Take reference from divorce and remarriage if needed.
2) Who were the prominent patrons of the arts and letters during the High Renaissance (LateRenaissance)?
I am going to be asking you to create plot diagrams for each of the stories that we have read in this unit. Please go back to the Section 1 pdf on Plot and look carefully over the diagram of Freytag’s Plot Structure. Once you have done so, I would like you to identify the scenes or moments in each story that fit the criteria for each of the following plot points, Exposition, Inciting Incident, Rising Action, Climax, Falling Action, Resolution, Denouement. Please explain your reasoning behind your choices for each plot point.
As you are charting the plots of these stories, please consider how these structures inform the relationships between parents and children in these works. The author manipulates the events of the plot much in the same way as a composer arranges the different parts and movements in a musical composition. While there may be moments of creative inspiration, the organization of the events in a story are not accidental. They are carefully contrived to manipulate the mood and overall experience of the audience as they proceed through the work. As you chart the events in the stories, think about the decisions the authors have made and their decisions for doing so.
In your final assignment for this semester, you will be asked to write a short story of your ownand you will be required to carefully orchestrate the sequence of events in your own work of fiction, so be sure to take some notes on these author’s choices