Writing Prompt #5 Music is one of the most important elements of a motion picture. Identify one of your favorite movies, and describe a scene that is enhances by the music. One of my favorite movies is Finding Nemo. Music enhances most of the movie, but the one that sticks out to me the most is when Nemo’s mom killed by a swordfish along with all of Nemo’s siblings. An orchestra plays the music very softly to add the effects and helps the viewers understand the trauma and sadness of that part. Music is a very important part of my life because it explains the story without any words. In motion picture, music is a key part because it sets the mood, the tone, the atmosphere, and it gets you fall into the setting. I know when I watch a movie, I use music to help me find out what going to happen next because music gives you clues. In Finding Nemo, music takes place throughout the whole music to set a mood that changes throughout the story. For example, a scene that pops out to me the most is when Nemo’s mom dies because even though it is a sad part, the music is very dramatic. It makes you understand the full pain that Nemo and his father are going through but also filling the viewer wonder what is going to happen to Nemo. Music is a very important part of everything in life. A movie is one of the many, many examples on why music is a mandatory part of every movie. Music makes a movie interesting. I tested this theory by watching Finding Nemo without the
Write a sample press release introducing a new product. The product can be anything you choose.
Sample press release I wrote for the Kent State University Newspaper during my internship with EF College Break:
Explore the World on a College Student’s Budget.
Celebrate New Year's in Amsterdam, island hop the beaches in Greece, explore exotic Thailand, head to the land down under; you’ll be spellbound by the magnificence of the Great Barrier Reef. Most people only dream of traveling;…
Rowe, Honors English
Period: 7 12/ 17/ 14
Writing Prompt 3
People shouldn’t obligate control over others because individuals who have control over others often tend to have selfish or self-centered motivations, triggering many problems to the person. Control can correspondingly be good if you are trying to keep them from doing corrupted activities.
Monitoring others is a way of transforming their mentality to how you want it. In…
Borderline Personality Disorder
Borderline Personality disorder is a misunderstood, complex mental illness of emotional
dysregulation. Some characteristics or symptoms of the disorder include unstable moods, rocky
personal relationships with family or friends, low self esteem, fear of abandonment, and stress
caused by paranoia. Borderline Personality disorder received was officially recognized in 1980
and given its name because it was believed that it occurred between psychotic and neurotic…
Essay 4 – 100 points
Peer Review Response – 50 points
Reading Response – 50 points
For this essay, you will be inventing your own writing prompt and then developing a research paper that answers your prompt. For this essay, you will choose a subject, a method or approach for constructing the essay, and fulfill the parts of the essay that are required.
Subject: Your subject needs to be about food. Your subject needs to be in conversation with one of the novels…
These are well-written essays. With apt and specific references to the passage, they analyze the prompt in depth and with appropriate support. These essays need not be without flaws, but they are characterized by an understanding of the passage and consistent control over the elements of effective writing. They demonstrate the writer’s ability to read with perception and to express ideas with clarity and skill.
These essays are less developed or aptly supported than those earning…
Second Grade—Writing a Friendly Letter that Explains
Suggested for Fourth Quarter
Teacher note*: Currently the second grade writing application standard includes only two genres: autobiographical narrative, and friendly letter. For this reason the friendly letter genre is repeated both second and fourth quarter. In order to increase the rigor, we have focused this friendly letter on providing an explanation. This prepares students for the first quarter 3rd grade expository paragraph. It also…
In writing my rhetorical analysis of Benjamin Banneker’s letter to Thomas Jefferson, I would have been more successful and possibly earned a higher score if I would have, gave more elaboration and support within each paragraph, used better structuring of paragraphs and elaborated vocabulary and transitions, and took more time to connect with the prompt.
In the opening of my first body paragraph, I gave basic reasoning of how Banneker used emotional diction while writing to Jefferson. I successfully…
Unit 8: American Gothic
1) Edgar Allan Poe: “The Tell-Tale Heart” (691-695), “The Purloined Letter” (701-714)
2) 2) Nathaniel Hawthorne: “The Birth-Mark” (418-430)
Address the following prompts, and place your responses in the Dropbox.
Journal #15: Edgar Allan Poe and Nathaniel Hawthorne both have a tendency to drift into the darker side of humanity. What ideas do they reveal about the human heart and mind in these stories?
Journal #16: Pick one…
Introduction to Advanced Graduate Studies and Scholarship Details This course introduces students to the principal elements of research and scholarly writing. Learners explore approaches to synthesizing literature and the application of the major components of APA form and style, and learn to coordinate literature searches. Furthermore, they learn how to discern principal arguments, analyze research questions, and clearly identify the key scholarly attributes to journal articles and other sources…
Gordon QuachMr. Meister
22 September 2013
Technology's Impact on Writing: The Final Frontier?
Will my growth as a writer ever stop? Is technology’s impact on my growth as a writer the final frontier? Or will it just continue to be an old friend who continues to help me develop into a better writer?
Honestly, I was never a great writer when it came to writing any essay. The prompts that I had to write about usually daunted and frustrated me because of their increasing difficulty…