Discuss one of the poems from this week’s reading not covered in the mini-lectures–i.e. choose either Yearsley, Southey, or Blake. In what ways does the poem either suggest sympathy with or antipathy toward Wollstonecraft’s Vindication? What does the author agree/disagree with? How does the author use specific rhetorical devices or poetical language to make her or his argument? I’m more interested in your thought process and your willingness to try to understand the readings than whether you “get it right,” so don’t worry too much if there are parts you don’t completely understand–just take a stab!
Your grade will be based on the following two criteria:
1. Original Post: Does your post demonstrate a clear effort to understand Wollstonecraft’s ideas and those of her critics/supporters? Have you discussed the poem’s purpose, form, and/or style? Was your post submitted on time in order to give others a chance to respond?
- Evaluate and define the nature of the change process.
- Describe a SINGLE memorable day in your life or sport is defined as “an activity involving physical exertion and skill in which an individual or team competes against another or others for entertainment.
- Write an argumentative essay in which you take a position on which supreme court case is the most impactful to students.
- Write an essay about why the civil war ended and how.
- Identify a quality improvement opportunity in your organization or practice.
- Which alternatives would be best for outsourcing for companies in the United States?
- Discuss about emerging changes in the art(s), architecture, philosophies, society and/or culture(s) of Europe between 700 and 1250 CE.
- Discuss why you think these cover letters are labeled as “bad”.
- Describe the organization and administration of probation and parole in the United States.
- Identify and describe the individual methods of crime control.