is that movie)Please Review the documentary “Suburban America: Problems and Promises” . In general, each summary should be 3 to 5 pages long, double spaced, and font size 10 to 12. The written assignment should be in the following format:Paragraph 1: Give details on the documentaryo Title of documentaryo Intended audienceParagraph 2: Explain the purpose of the documentaryo What is the purpose of the documentary?o What is the main message the director wants to get across to the audience?Paragraph 3: State your prior knowledge of the subjecto Did you know anything about the subject before you watched the documentary?o What did you expect to see?o What questions did you have in mind about the subject?Paragraph 4: Summarize the documentaryo Who/What is the subject of the documentary?o What is the documentary about? What are the main events (if any)?o Where was it filmed?Paragraph 5: Give personal comments and recommendationso Which part of the documentary do you like most?o What have you learned from it?o Was there anything that surprised you?o What are the drawbacks of the documentary?o Would you recommend this documentary for future students taking this class?

is that movie)Please Review the documentary “Suburban America: Problems and Promises” . In general, each summary should be 3 to 5 pages long, double spaced, and font size 10 to 12. The written assignment should be in the following format:Paragraph 1: Give details on the documentaryo Title of documentaryo Intended audienceParagraph 2: Explain the purpose of the documentaryo What is the purpose of the documentary?o What is the main message the director wants to get across to the audience?Paragraph 3: State your prior knowledge of the subjecto Did you know anything about the subject before you watched the documentary?o What did you expect to see?o What questions did you have in mind about the subject?Paragraph 4: Summarize the documentaryo Who/What is the subject of the documentary?o What is the documentary about? What are the main events (if any)?o Where was it filmed?Paragraph 5: Give personal comments and recommendationso Which part of the documentary do you like most?o What have you learned from it?o Was there anything that surprised you?o What are the drawbacks of the documentary?o Would you recommend this documentary for future students taking this class?

Please read the attached article and write 1 page summary/analysis (double spaced).Your response should consider the following:1.What is the main thesis (i.e. subject/argument) of article?2.How is the argument developed and supported (i.e. what evidence does the author uses to make her/his argument, theoretical framework, etc.)?3.What are the strengths and weakness of the primary document or article?4.What did you find most interesting about the reading?

Please read the attached article and write 1 page summary/analysis (double spaced).Your response should consider the following:1.What is the main thesis (i.e. subject/argument) of article?2.How is the argument developed and supported (i.e. what evidence does the author uses to make her/his argument, theoretical framework, etc.)?3.What are the strengths and weakness of the primary document or article?4.What did you find most interesting about the reading?

please read the attached links and files This————-In this lesson, you have read a chapter of the text and considered a summary of the most important points. Use this discussion session to talk about what you found most important or most interesting.

please read the attached links and files This————-In this lesson, you have read a chapter of the text and considered a summary of the most important points. Use this discussion session to talk about what you found most important or most interesting.

Please view the website and read the attachedhttp://www.ahqa.org/about-ahqahttp://mobihealthnews.com/19784/slideshow-health-devices-that-launched-at-ces-2013/https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WKw8-_79nCoplease doIn this lesson, you have read a chapter of the text and considered a summary of the most important points. You have read articles, viewed websites, viewed videos, and performed activities. Use this discussion session to talk about what you found most important or most interesting.

Please view the website and read the attachedhttp://www.ahqa.org/about-ahqahttp://mobihealthnews.com/19784/slideshow-health-devices-that-launched-at-ces-2013/https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WKw8-_79nCoplease doIn this lesson, you have read a chapter of the text and considered a summary of the most important points. You have read articles, viewed websites, viewed videos, and performed activities. Use this discussion session to talk about what you found most important or most interesting.

View Do In this lesson, you have read a chapter of the text and considered a summary of the most important points. You have read articles, viewed websites, viewed videos, and performed activities. Use this discussion session to talk about what you found most important or most interesting.

View Do In this lesson, you have read a chapter of the text and considered a summary of the most important points. You have read articles, viewed websites, viewed videos, and performed activities. Use this discussion session to talk about what you found most important or most interesting.

read this article, analysis the article.Then,write 5 sentence and answer the question at below Sentence 1: rhetorical information about the text Sentence 2: a brief description of content Sentence 3: a brief description of organization Sentence 4: a brief description of language Sentence 5: a discussion of the values that might be held by the discourse community of readers and writer. • What do you know about the genre? Who typically reads this genre? What is the context of this text?  Who is the writer? What do you know about the writer’s background, credibility, knowledge of the topic, beliefs, and social allegiances?  What is the publication? What do you know about its intended readers, reputation, political slant?  What is the call to write? Why is the writer addressing the issue and taking a position at this particular time? Is there some sense of urgency involved?  Who is the intended audience? Is the writer addressing one group of readers or more than one? What kind of relationship is he/she trying to establish with readers? What assumptions about readers does he/she seem to make?  How is the information organized?  How does the writer use language? What is the writer’s tone? What does his/her use of language show about his/her assumptions about readers?  What is the format of this text? Does it follow the pattern of other texts in this genre? How so?  What is the discourse community that both writer and reader have in common?  What is your evaluation of the effectiveness of this text? What are things that keep the text from being effective?

read this article, analysis the article.Then,write 5 sentence and answer the question at below
Sentence 1: rhetorical information about the text
Sentence 2: a brief description of content
Sentence 3: a brief description of organization
Sentence 4: a brief description of language
Sentence 5: a discussion of the values that might be held by the discourse community of
readers and writer.

• What do you know about the genre? Who typically reads this genre? What is the context of this text?
 Who is the writer? What do you know about the writer’s background, credibility, knowledge of the topic, beliefs, and social allegiances?
 What is the publication? What do you know about its intended readers, reputation, political slant?
 What is the call to write? Why is the writer addressing the issue and taking a position at this particular time? Is there some sense of urgency involved?
 Who is the intended audience? Is the writer addressing one group of readers or more than one? What kind of relationship is he/she trying to establish with readers? What assumptions about readers does he/she seem to make?
 How is the information organized?
 How does the writer use language? What is the writer’s tone? What does his/her use of language show about his/her assumptions about readers?
 What is the format of this text? Does it follow the pattern of other texts in this genre? How so?
 What is the discourse community that both writer and reader have in common?
 What is your evaluation of the effectiveness of this text? What are things that keep the text from being effective?

REVIEW OR REFRESH GOING OVER ENG 075-114: Grammar and Punctuation Resources Only I will then post 25 questions when your ready you will only have 75 mins to complete wants you messaged me confirming your ready. You will be given sentences, which you will re-type and apply the punctuation rules you will have 75 mins to complete.

REVIEW OR REFRESH GOING OVER
ENG 075-114: Grammar and Punctuation Resources Only

I will then post 25 questions when your ready you will only have 75 mins to complete wants you messaged me confirming your ready.
You will be given sentences, which you will re-type and apply the punctuation rules you will have 75 mins to complete.