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Using both the primary source (sophocles’s oedipus rex) and any other 3 sources (making it at least 4 sources), write a 4-5 page (the works cited page being one of these pages), discuss whether or not oedipus’s fate inescapable.

Using both the primary source (Sophocles’s Oedipus Rex) and any other 3 sources (making it at least 4 sources), write a 4-5 page (the Works Cited page being one of these pages), discuss whether or not Oedipus’s fate inescapable.

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Engaged with the broader issues circulating in class.

From Professor- “You will be writing several paragraphs developing a single aspect of a film,
using examples from your notes. The thrust of your screening report should be descriptive.
You want to show how the assigned film is relevant to course material. By drawing on clear
examples from your notes, from the film itself, and from outside sources, your report should
show not only that you’ve watched the film with understanding but that you are actively
engaged with the broader issues circulating in class.
1) Have you shown how the film is relevant to issues explored in the course?
2) Have you displayed a familiarity with the whole film?
3) Have you confined yourself to about three or four aspects of the film, each developed in
a paragraph or two?
4) Have you drawn concrete examples from the film—shots, lines of dialogue, elements of
plot or characterization—supporting the aspects you’ve selected?
5) Have you proofread your document, checking spelling (especially of names) and
grammar, eliminating redundancy and trite language?”
Please do not summarize the movie, focus on the main themes (Rape leading to revenge, masculinity, and power) and have one-two paragraphes to compare the movie The Last Duel to the story “The Knight’s Tale” by Geoffery Chaucer.

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At the end of the instruction, i have the title of the ebook used in this class.

Course: Western Humanities – Ancient
1. I have uploaded the word document with the instruction on the topic my daughter Bri chose, the minimum words are 150, and I paid for 200- words. at the end of the instruction, I have the title of the eBook used in this class.
2. I have uploaded the word document that has two of y classmates’ posts; each response is a minimum of 100 words, I only paid for 150 per classmate’s response.
3. I have uploaded the PowerPoint of the two chapters for Module 5 -Chapters 10 & 12

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Summarize the main purpose/message of the work.

1) Title page. (Your Name, Paper Title, Class, Instructor’s Name, Date).
2) Introduction. Why did you pick your book? What is the main idea of this paper? Include a clear thesis sentence. (¼-½ page)
3) Historical Background. What we know about author, the time and provenance of writing? What do we know about the social setting and reason for writing? (For some books, we don’t know much, but try to mention the options for author and social setting and which option you prefer and why.) (at least 1 page)
4) Main purpose/themes. Summarize the main purpose/message of the work. (½ page)
5) Sub-themes. Explain two or three distinctive themes of the work. Focus your paper here, writing at least 1 page per theme. (at least 2-3 pages)
6) Application and Conclusion. How is this book relevant for believers today (contemporary context)? (at least 1 page)
7) Bibliography of cited resources (including class materials). The paper must use at least five resources including Collins Short Introduction to the Hebrew Bible, the course lectures, the appropriate article(s) from the Dictionary of Biblical Imagery (in Canvas Files), and two other resources of your choice (see course contract for guidelines on sources). Other sources may be obtained from the bibliography listed at the end of each chapter of your textbook, or by examining commentaries found in libraries available to you. The Bible is not a resource, should not be listed in your bibliography, and should not be quoted at length.
-attached is the grading rubric

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Summarize the main purpose/message of the work.

1) Title page. (Your Name, Paper Title, Class, Instructor’s Name, Date).
2) Introduction. Why did you pick your book? What is the main idea of this paper? Include a clear thesis sentence. (¼-½ page)
3) Historical Background. What we know about author, the time and provenance of writing? What do we know about the social setting and reason for writing? (For some books, we don’t know much, but try to mention the options for author and social setting and which option you prefer and why.) (at least 1 page)
4) Main purpose/themes. Summarize the main purpose/message of the work. (½ page)
5) Sub-themes. Explain two or three distinctive themes of the work. Focus your paper here, writing at least 1 page per theme. (at least 2-3 pages)
6) Application and Conclusion. How is this book relevant for believers today (contemporary context)? (at least 1 page)
7) Bibliography of cited resources (including class materials). The paper must use at least five resources including Collins Short Introduction to the Hebrew Bible, the course lectures, the appropriate article(s) from the Dictionary of Biblical Imagery (in Canvas Files), and two other resources of your choice (see course contract for guidelines on sources). Other sources may be obtained from the bibliography listed at the end of each chapter of your textbook, or by examining commentaries found in libraries available to you. The Bible is not a resource, should not be listed in your bibliography, and should not be quoted at length.
-attached is the grading rubric

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Choose one of the critical thinking questions from chapters 1-2 of the textbook.

Question- What is the difference between an artifact and a work of art?
HISTORY/HUMANITIES
Please see the sample essays in this Module as a guide to help your writing.
Choose ONE of the critical thinking questions from Chapters 1-2 of the textbook. You will be graded on the following:
Your essay should have at least 4 paragraphs (including an introduction and conclusion). The rubric for grading is as follows:
2: has at least 4 paragraphs, including an introduction and conclusion
5 points: includes the question you are answering, copied from the textbook
5 points: states a clear argument (a thesis statement) in the first paragraph, the introduction.
5 points: uses primary sources from the textbook; you can paraphrase, or quote, or summarize the primary sources.
5 points: makes accurate references to dates, figures, and terms in the textbook. Refer to these important details to make your argument, and as evidence to support your argument.
2 points: organization: one idea leads to the next
3 points: mechanics: spelling and grammar
3 points: includes a conclusion that is not highly redundant and does NOT repeat what has already been stated. Your conclusion is a good place to make a new, but related, point. The new but related point should help summarize what you said, and clarify what you said (but not simply repeat what you already said).

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Choose one of the critical thinking questions from chapters 1-2 of the textbook.

Question- What is the difference between an artifact and a work of art?
HISTORY/HUMANITIES
Please see the sample essays in this Module as a guide to help your writing.
Choose ONE of the critical thinking questions from Chapters 1-2 of the textbook. You will be graded on the following:
Your essay should have at least 4 paragraphs (including an introduction and conclusion). The rubric for grading is as follows:
2: has at least 4 paragraphs, including an introduction and conclusion
5 points: includes the question you are answering, copied from the textbook
5 points: states a clear argument (a thesis statement) in the first paragraph, the introduction.
5 points: uses primary sources from the textbook; you can paraphrase, or quote, or summarize the primary sources.
5 points: makes accurate references to dates, figures, and terms in the textbook. Refer to these important details to make your argument, and as evidence to support your argument.
2 points: organization: one idea leads to the next
3 points: mechanics: spelling and grammar
3 points: includes a conclusion that is not highly redundant and does NOT repeat what has already been stated. Your conclusion is a good place to make a new, but related, point. The new but related point should help summarize what you said, and clarify what you said (but not simply repeat what you already said).

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And essay where you link the why to the how just make clear points of why this could mean that in relation to the topic!

and essay where you link the why to the how
just make clear points of why this could mean that in relation to the topic!

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What types of things happen?

For this response, write 250+ words comparing and contrasting ancient Greek symposium AS DESCRIBED BY XENOPHON IN HIS ANCIENT TEXT CALLED THE SYMPOSIUM and modern American frat parties. How do the components / sequence of events compare? Who gets to participate? What types of things happen? What are the similarities? What are the differences?

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What are the differences?

For this response, write 250+ words comparing and contrasting ancient Greek symposium AS DESCRIBED BY XENOPHON IN HIS ANCIENT TEXT CALLED THE SYMPOSIUM and modern American frat parties. How do the components / sequence of events compare? Who gets to participate? What types of things happen? What are the similarities? What are the differences?