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topic: While other parts of your application give us a sense of who you are, we

topic:
While other parts of your application give us a sense of who you are, we are also excited to hear more about how you see yourself engaging with the larger Northwestern community.
In 300 words or less, help us understand how you might engage specific resources, opportunities, and/or communities here. We are curious about what these specifics are, as well as how they may enrich your time at Northwestern and beyond.
instructions/guide (please read all):
Talk about how I promote science studies and technology for volunteer students. Ask me any questions if you need but i began a volunteer organization when i was very young in order to help children in regions of northern china. every winter, me and my team brought donations such as educational supplies to help promote education in these neglected regions. but it was my initiative to take machines such as microscopes and computers to the children in the north in order to encourage science studies. you may make up stuff along the way such as little stories and problems but please include how i helped them grow as a community and how I feel that this school (northwestern) can help me do the same thing by introducing more top of the line equipment for my research + interests. answering the prompt, for example, i can say that by working with the Kelloggs school of management (north western school of business) i can create a joint operation with the students from there and work together to help bring more donations to the children of my volunteer organization. essentially, i see my volunteer organization grow with the community as i care a lot for it.

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As an anthropologist, you will start your task by analyzing the work of human cr

As an anthropologist, you will start your task by analyzing the work of human creative expression that you selected in Module Four. With this work in mind, respond to the questions below. Remember, the insights you gain here will be used to write the copy that will go in the museum exhibit brochure.
Answer the following questions:
Describe the work in detail. Consider the following:
Where did you see the work?
What elements or characteristics stand out to you?
Describe the purpose of the work. Consider the following:
What do you think the creator intended to express?
Were they successful?
Use the work to explore how acts of creative expression impact and are impacted by the people and situations that surround them. Consider the following:
What contributions does the work selected make to continuing a dialogue about that culture and the importance of its works?
State questions you have after thinking deeply about this work. What more do you want to know regarding the following?
The relationship between culture and expression: What is the relationship between the possible intent of the creator and your own interpretation of its meaning?
Explain how your values have shaped and are shaped by your expression and that of others.
Explain how you would approach answering these questions:
What would you study about this work that might address the questions you stated?
Where would you find information to address the questions?
Next, draw conclusions about how the work you selected relates to the humanities:
Explain why you believe humans have a need to express themselves through created works of cultural and historical significance.
Describe a culture shift or event related to the work you selected. This could be a cultural shift that influenced the creation of the work, or it could be a cultural shift that came about because of it.
Explain how a concept or resource you encountered in this course has informed your explanation. Be sure to cite any sources used.
Explain how you think the act of human creative expression impacts and is impacted by the culture in which it was created.
Explain the relationship between human creative expression and the culture in which the work you selected was created using the insights you gained from studying it.
Explain how a concept or resource you encountered in this course has informed your explanation. Be sure to cite any sources used.
Explain how you believe human creative expression can impact issues we deal with in the present day (contemporary to your coursework, not the future scenario posed above). Be sure to be specific about the issues you are addressing.
Use the insights you gained from studying the work you selected to explain how creative expression can impact today’s issues.
Explain how a person or concept encountered in your study of the humanities has informed your explanation. Be sure to cite any sources used.

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As an anthropologist, you will start your task by analyzing the work of human cr

As an anthropologist, you will start your task by analyzing the work of human creative expression that you selected in Module Four. With this work in mind, respond to the questions below. Remember, the insights you gain here will be used to write the copy that will go in the museum exhibit brochure.
Answer the following questions:
Describe the work in detail. Consider the following:
Where did you see the work?
What elements or characteristics stand out to you?
Describe the purpose of the work. Consider the following:
What do you think the creator intended to express?
Were they successful?
Use the work to explore how acts of creative expression impact and are impacted by the people and situations that surround them. Consider the following:
What contributions does the work selected make to continuing a dialogue about that culture and the importance of its works?
State questions you have after thinking deeply about this work. What more do you want to know regarding the following?
The relationship between culture and expression: What is the relationship between the possible intent of the creator and your own interpretation of its meaning?
Explain how your values have shaped and are shaped by your expression and that of others.
Explain how you would approach answering these questions:
What would you study about this work that might address the questions you stated?
Where would you find information to address the questions?
Next, draw conclusions about how the work you selected relates to the humanities:
Explain why you believe humans have a need to express themselves through created works of cultural and historical significance.
Describe a culture shift or event related to the work you selected. This could be a cultural shift that influenced the creation of the work, or it could be a cultural shift that came about because of it.
Explain how a concept or resource you encountered in this course has informed your explanation. Be sure to cite any sources used.
Explain how you think the act of human creative expression impacts and is impacted by the culture in which it was created.
Explain the relationship between human creative expression and the culture in which the work you selected was created using the insights you gained from studying it.
Explain how a concept or resource you encountered in this course has informed your explanation. Be sure to cite any sources used.
Explain how you believe human creative expression can impact issues we deal with in the present day (contemporary to your coursework, not the future scenario posed above). Be sure to be specific about the issues you are addressing.
Use the insights you gained from studying the work you selected to explain how creative expression can impact today’s issues.
Explain how a person or concept encountered in your study of the humanities has informed your explanation. Be sure to cite any sources used.

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Please assign this order to WR-580, thank you. To writer: Please rewrite the 25

Please assign this order to WR-580, thank you.
To writer:
Please rewrite the 25 questions in the attached file ( 25 Question-Response questions (No. 7~31).docx) and change the nouns, like the object, number, order, name, answer, etc., and the verbs of the questions and choices.
For more details and requirements on rewriting, please refer to another attached file, Instructions for Rewriting 25 Questions.docx, thank you.

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Please assign this order to WR-960, thank you. About the rewriting paper: The re

Please assign this order to WR-960, thank you.
About the rewriting paper:
The required rewriting paper, 30 Incomplete Sentences questions (No. 101~130).docx, has less than 900 words.
To writer:
Please rewrite the 30 questions in the attached file ( 30 Incomplete Sentences questions (No. 101~130).docx) and change the nouns, like the object, number, order, name, answer, etc., and the verbs of the questions and choices.
For more details and requirements on rewriting, please refer to another attached file, Instructions for Rewriting 30 Questions.docx, thank you.

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You can either do 2 pages for the movement and 2 pages for the organization, or 2.5 for movement and 1.5 for organization since there are more questions for the movement.

Instructions from the Professor are attached. It has instructions for the presentation and the final paper, however please just focus on the presentation part of the instructions. You do not need to make a powerpoint or anything like that. It would be best to just type out the question and then answer it right below so I know which content is for which question. You can either do 2 pages for the movement and 2 pages for the organization, or 2.5 for movement and 1.5 for organization since there are more questions for the movement. I will paste the link for the organization below, along with which movement to focus on.
Again, it will have instructions for the final paper, just ignore those and focus on the final presentation. Any questions or clarifications just ask. Thank you!
Movement – Gun control
Movement organization – https://giffords.org/about/

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You do not need to make a powerpoint or anything like that.

Instructions from the Professor are attached. It has instructions for the presentation and the final paper, however please just focus on the presentation part of the instructions. You do not need to make a powerpoint or anything like that. It would be best to just type out the question and then answer it right below so I know which content is for which question. You can either do 2 pages for the movement and 2 pages for the organization, or 2.5 for movement and 1.5 for organization since there are more questions for the movement. I will paste the link for the organization below, along with which movement to focus on.
Again, it will have instructions for the final paper, just ignore those and focus on the final presentation. Any questions or clarifications just ask. Thank you!
Movement – Gun control
Movement organization – https://giffords.org/about/

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Choose something that you are interested in, that is fascinating for you.

This essay will emulate any (and many) of the thesis-driven articles replete with evidence, examples and support investigating the intersections of identity and food OR culture and food OR humanity and food. As such, it seeks to provide just one possible, captivating and persuasive answer (with tons of proof!) to any of the following questions: 1) What does food say about me? 2) What does food say about my culture? 3) What does food reveal about humanity in general?
I won’t be impressed with nice, squeaky-clean essays that defend an idea I’ve heard a thousand times and follow the five-paragraph format of your ye olde high school days. Imagine you are writing to a learned, food-saavy, academic audience who want to hear/see something new about food and have their own ideas challenged. Your idea must be original in order to get them excited. And then persuasive, well-defended and important to get them to believe & care.
So, you will have to PROVE an ORIGINAL thought or idea through evidence, illustrations and analysis similar to the essay readings we’ve covered in class! You may even want to quote texts we’ve read in class as expert evidence to bolster and defend statements and ideas. Remember to concentrate on one claim per paragraph and to slowly and carefully connect points A to B through analysis like we covered in class. You may also want to brainstorm ideas that relate to you on a personal level (essays are personal!), your own experiences (anecdotal evidence), etc. You may even feel compelled to do a little research like I did in finding “Consider the Lobster,” for example, that we read in class. One of the biggest rules of essay writing is TO HAVE FUN. Choose something that you are interested in, that is fascinating for you. If you are bored with the material, your material will be boring for the audience. Don’t be afraid to take risks! That’s exactly what essays encourage!
This won’t be easy. It will require a lot of thought, a lot of research, a lot of energy, and a lot of time: time spent actively trying to imitate stylistic choices, structures, modes of persuasion and evidence-building that we see in our close reading of several essays over these next three weeks. AND RIP 5 PARAGRAPH ESSAYS! Yes, this prompt is also asking you to imitate macro structures, too — organizational methods employed by our model essayists. And thank god essays can be more inventive than intro-body paragraph-1-2-3-conclusion-see-ya!
Essays inherently have to do with persuasion, and persuasion has to do with rhetoric, and rhetoric has to do with the rhetorical situation (that triangle!) and rhetorical/stylistic choices that develop ethos and logos and pathos, etc. to connect to a particular audience interested in all things food. All of these elements are co-dependent. Our careful dissection of each over the quarter has led you to this point, and this point is:
to make a leap with your writing!
Situate yourself in a place to make an audacious and interesting connection, and then set forth proving that connection to your audience.
Along with the writing process, you may completely change your idea based on what you are finding and discovering along the way. But start somewhere. Remember, writing is sometimes a way of thinking, a process toward developing an idea! We don’t always have the idea first and then later write about it. Part of the process of writing reveals things to us, shows us something, and so, in short, your ideas will come to you during the writing (and reading) process, over these next 3 weeks, even once you’ve already started and are already thinking you know what you are doing or what you want to say! Be open to change! And be flexible! Just because you started with one idea doesn’t mean you should finish with it; don’t be stubborn. Your first idea may lead into something far more brilliant if you take it up and follow that new lead! LEAP
I expect at least 6 pages by your Final publish stage, not including a properly formatted Works Cited page (so, if you include the Works Cited page, you will have at least 7 pages total!)
Speaking of a Works Cited… what about the formatting?
I expect you to follow MLA formatting guidelines for every assignment in this class, as well as every single publish of every single assignment. Always use 12 pt. Times New Roman (what I’m using right now!), always use 1” margins, always have a header with your name, my name, class name and date, always mark the page number, etc. If you need to refresh yourselves or even teach yourselves MLA formatting guidelines, go to this website here for ALL your answers: https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/747/01/ Links to an external site.
Additionally, I will be looking for proper in-text and Works Cited citations for summary, paraphrase or direct quoting of outside materials that isn’t common knowledge (by the Final publish stage)!
Please write something about China food culture make up a story and put yourself in the story in order to put your own experience in the essasy please(you may need some rescarch)

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Please rewrite the attached paper – keeping in mind when rewriting the paper tha

Please rewrite the attached paper – keeping in mind when rewriting the paper that we begin a new year with new changes.

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Choose something that you are interested in, that is fascinating for you.

This essay will emulate any (and many) of the thesis-driven articles replete with evidence, examples and support investigating the intersections of identity and food OR culture and food OR humanity and food. As such, it seeks to provide just one possible, captivating and persuasive answer (with tons of proof!) to any of the following questions: 1) What does food say about me? 2) What does food say about my culture? 3) What does food reveal about humanity in general?
I won’t be impressed with nice, squeaky-clean essays that defend an idea I’ve heard a thousand times and follow the five-paragraph format of your ye olde high school days. Imagine you are writing to a learned, food-saavy, academic audience who want to hear/see something new about food and have their own ideas challenged. Your idea must be original in order to get them excited. And then persuasive, well-defended and important to get them to believe & care.
So, you will have to PROVE an ORIGINAL thought or idea through evidence, illustrations and analysis similar to the essay readings we’ve covered in class! You may even want to quote texts we’ve read in class as expert evidence to bolster and defend statements and ideas. Remember to concentrate on one claim per paragraph and to slowly and carefully connect points A to B through analysis like we covered in class. You may also want to brainstorm ideas that relate to you on a personal level (essays are personal!), your own experiences (anecdotal evidence), etc. You may even feel compelled to do a little research like I did in finding “Consider the Lobster,” for example, that we read in class. One of the biggest rules of essay writing is TO HAVE FUN. Choose something that you are interested in, that is fascinating for you. If you are bored with the material, your material will be boring for the audience. Don’t be afraid to take risks! That’s exactly what essays encourage!
This won’t be easy. It will require a lot of thought, a lot of research, a lot of energy, and a lot of time: time spent actively trying to imitate stylistic choices, structures, modes of persuasion and evidence-building that we see in our close reading of several essays over these next three weeks. AND RIP 5 PARAGRAPH ESSAYS! Yes, this prompt is also asking you to imitate macro structures, too — organizational methods employed by our model essayists. And thank god essays can be more inventive than intro-body paragraph-1-2-3-conclusion-see-ya!
Essays inherently have to do with persuasion, and persuasion has to do with rhetoric, and rhetoric has to do with the rhetorical situation (that triangle!) and rhetorical/stylistic choices that develop ethos and logos and pathos, etc. to connect to a particular audience interested in all things food. All of these elements are co-dependent. Our careful dissection of each over the quarter has led you to this point, and this point is:
to make a leap with your writing!
Situate yourself in a place to make an audacious and interesting connection, and then set forth proving that connection to your audience.
Along with the writing process, you may completely change your idea based on what you are finding and discovering along the way. But start somewhere. Remember, writing is sometimes a way of thinking, a process toward developing an idea! We don’t always have the idea first and then later write about it. Part of the process of writing reveals things to us, shows us something, and so, in short, your ideas will come to you during the writing (and reading) process, over these next 3 weeks, even once you’ve already started and are already thinking you know what you are doing or what you want to say! Be open to change! And be flexible! Just because you started with one idea doesn’t mean you should finish with it; don’t be stubborn. Your first idea may lead into something far more brilliant if you take it up and follow that new lead! LEAP
I expect at least 6 pages by your Final Draft stage, not including a properly formatted Works Cited page (so, if you include the Works Cited page, you will have at least 7 pages total!)
Speaking of a Works Cited… what about the formatting?
I expect you to follow MLA formatting guidelines for every assignment in this class, as well as every single draft of every single assignment. Always use 12 pt. Times New Roman (what I’m using right now!), always use 1” margins, always have a header with your name, my name, class name and date, always mark the page number, etc. If you need to refresh yourselves or even teach yourselves MLA formatting guidelines, go to this website here for ALL your answers: https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/747/01/ Links to an external site.
Additionally, I will be looking for proper in-text and Works Cited citations for summary, paraphrase or direct quoting of outside materials that isn’t common knowledge (by the Final Draft stage)!
Please write something about China food culture make up a story and put yourself in the story in order to put your own experience in the essasy please(you may need some rescarch)