2nd version – violence against women

Hello, how are you? I need an essay written in MLA format; it needs to be an annotated bibliography. I have two screenshots, one tells you what to do, and the second is my professor’s example of what she wrote. It has to be written somewhat like hers because that’s what she’s expecting from me. I have a link that has to be read. I’m pretty sure you don’t have to read the whole thing, but whatever helps me pass this essay with a good score the way my professor wants it to be. Thank you so much for your help. I uploaded the PDF of the article if its not working you can email me

violence against women

Hello, how are you? I need an essay written in MLA format; it needs to be an annotated bibliography. I have two screenshots, one tells you what to do, and the second is my professor’s example of what she wrote. It has to be written somewhat like hers because that’s what she’s expecting from me. I have a link that has to be read. I’m pretty sure you don’t have to read the whole thing, but whatever helps me pass this essay with a good score the way my professor wants it to be. Thank you so much for your help. I uploaded the PDF of the article if its not working you can email

Academic Success: Strengthening Scholarly Writing

Assignment Descriiption:
Part 1: An important behavior of successful students pertains to establishing a weekly study schedule. This may sound overly elementary, but, to the contrary, high-performing college students know exactly every hour of their day/week and how they will use their time. As part of this week’s assignment, please complete the attached ‘study calendar’ and describe how you will use it in a Word document to prepare for this and next week’s assignments. That is, what exactly will you do tomorrow, this weekend, next Monday to breakdown your work into manageable pieces at the right pace? What are your most ideal times in the upcoming week, based on your calendar template, when will you have blocks of extended time to work on your Aspen courses and weekly assignments? It is best to make those days/times “significant and protected time,” time when there are no interruptions and you can totally focus on getting your school work done. Hold preciously to these time blocks for school work. If so, you will produce higher quality work and be less stressed as you earn your degree at Aspen. Utilize the Study Calendar found in the Writing Center for this process.

Part 2: To work on narrowing down your topic chosen in the discussion board, choose an Invention Strategies (clustering, listing, freewriting, or outlining) to brainstorm the subject you narrowed down.

Complete the Invention Strategy you choose and attach your strategy work either in the same document of part 1 or submit as a separate file

Conclusion paragraph: Answer these questions in a well-developed paragraph discussion. Which strategy did you chose, and why? How the strategy worked for you? Will you use it again in the future? (place into the Part 1 document labeled Part 2).

what if you where

Write a letter to someone in which you made a sex and/or gendered assumption or microagression towards them. Think deeply about this situation. This is a writing activity and not intended for the person to actually receive the letter. However, it is your personal choice if you end up sending it to the person. This is a critical self-reflective and self-expressive prompt. Please provide details of the situation, the outcome, and how it has affected you or them today. Although the format and order of the essay is up to you, it should still be intentional and make sense in progression.

Refer to the sources in this unit’s folder to inspire thinking. Some more suggestions of examples (but not limited to) are:

You are a mother and you did not allow your daughter to play any sports.
Your friend was sexually harassed during a date and you criticized what she was wearing.
You asked your transgender co-worker about their situation “down there.”
Your little nephew cries easily and you used to always tell him to “man up” and not show any emotions.
You asked your Latina neighbor if those are all her children.
Minimum Criteria:

1 Page
Double-Spaced
Times New Roman
11 Size Font
1 Inch Margins
Letter Rubric

Writer/Designer Book Module

Writer/Designer Headliner: Read Chapter 1 of Writer/Designer during this module.

What’s Going On: For your first learning task, I would like to introduce some foundational content in the field of rhetorical studies, in a way that (hopefully) won’t put you to sleep or make you want to tear your hair out. Sounds easy enough, right? I hope it will be.

I am currently taking Masters’ courses through the University of Georgia toward a degree in Instructional Design. For my first courses, I created two instructional activities, aimed at a first-year writing audience. The first, called How to Tell a Story, introduces the concepts of ethos, pathos, and logos, through the lens of narrative writing. The second, called How to Listen to Music, introduces evaluative writing through the lens of music reviews.

Each of these activities are designed to take somewhere between thirty minutes and an hour, depending on how fast you move and how deeply you engage the activity portion of them. I would like you to beta test these activities for me. Work through them, taking notes as you go about aspects that you like, aspects that you would change or improve, and any other feedback that you have for me.

Artifact details: Your submission will be in the form of a “new thread” post in this Topic, in which you provide some feedback on the activities. Feel free to use some of the information in the activities as you consider what to include in your response; for example, you’ll want to think about YOUR ethos, pathos, and logos as the writer of the reflection, and while you are not necessarily reviewing the activities, you are using criteria to evaluate both the form and the content of them. In other words, you’ll apply some of the concepts from these modules as you compose your reflection.