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I will re-format it after i review the information.

Hello dear writer please follow the instructions uploaded and YOU MUST use the chapters provided to answer the questions.. WHEN YOU CITE FROM THE CHAPTERS I NEED THE CHAPTER #, PAGE # AND EXACT PARAGRAPH WITHIN THE IN-TEXT CITATION WHERE YOU OBTAINED INFORMATION. I WILL RE-FORMAT IT AFTER I REVIEW THE INFORMATION. DO NOT PLAGIARIZE PLEASE

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I need a writer to edit my essay because it is written in poor quality i need it higher quality.

I need a writer to edit my essay because it is written in poor quality I need it higher quality.
this was the instructions:
-Here you can choose an artwork to research this semester, guidelines for the research are in the syllabus, annotated bibliography of academic sources (5mn) is to be handed a week before presentation. You will the date of presentation after the title, visual reference for the different topics/artworks are in the related powerpoint
Presentations are to focus on one of the suggested artworks corresponding to weekly themes.
They should include an annotated bibliography featuring a minimum of 5 printed academic references (at least 2 books and 3 articles) from jstor
. Papers should be of circa 2000 words + annotated bibliography (with imagery provided in additional pages).
Your research will aim to underline the visual characteristics of the artwork and its art historical and historical context.
You should also include within your argument comparisons of the studied artwork with other artworks that are relevant to its historical understanding (norm: 6 other artworks).
Comparisons should be folded into the argument.
and for the sources add a book to the list, to get the bigger picture, for example a survey on subsaharan African art, or a passage from one of the large art historical survey we have in the library (ex Honour & Flemming), the annotations are informative, though they are a little on the short side and could be developed slightly, all sources should be from jstor

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Do not plagiarize please

Hello dear writer please follow the instructions uploaded and YOU MUST use the chapters provided to answer the questions.. WHEN YOU CITE FROM THE CHAPTERS I NEED THE CHAPTER #, PAGE # AND EXACT PARAGRAPH WITHIN THE IN-TEXT CITATION WHERE YOU OBTAINED INFORMATION. I WILL RE-FORMAT IT AFTER I REVIEW THE INFORMATION. DO NOT PLAGIARIZE PLEASE

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When you cite from the chapters i need the chapter #, page # and exact paragraph within the in-text citation where you obtained information.

Hello dear writer please follow the instructions uploaded and YOU MUST use the chapters provided to answer the questions.. WHEN YOU CITE FROM THE CHAPTERS I NEED THE CHAPTER #, PAGE # AND EXACT PARAGRAPH WITHIN THE IN-TEXT CITATION WHERE YOU OBTAINED INFORMATION. I WILL RE-FORMAT IT AFTER I REVIEW THE INFORMATION. DO NOT PLAGIARIZE PLEASE

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I will re-format it after i review the information.

Hello dear writer please follow the instructions uploaded and YOU MUST use the chapters provided to answer the questions.. WHEN YOU CITE FROM THE CHAPTERS I NEED THE CHAPTER #, PAGE # AND EXACT PARAGRAPH WITHIN THE IN-TEXT CITATION WHERE YOU OBTAINED INFORMATION. I WILL RE-FORMAT IT AFTER I REVIEW THE INFORMATION. DO NOT PLAGIARIZE PLEASE

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Eventually, after heated debate, the representatives decided on the connecticut plan, a synthesis of both the small state plan and the large state plan–and the document that we now know as the constitution.

As you’ve read, the writing of the Constitution was not a decision that the colonial leaders came to easily. Some came down on the side of the proposed New Jersey plan, or the small state plan, and others fought for the Virginia plan, which favored large states. Eventually, after heated debate, the representatives decided on the Connecticut plan, a synthesis of both the small state plan and the large state plan–and the document that we now know as the Constitution. Download and fill out the following table and record the notable differences between both plans and the Constitution. Then, answer the two questions found at the bottom of the table.

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Formal elements will include:

Instructions
Mini-Visual Analyses
These 3 brief essays (500-750) will represent 30% of your final grade. Each analysis is graded out of 10 points. An image and the image credit will be provided, as well as the elements you are expected to write about. These assignments will evaluate your visual analysis skills. There will be tailored instructions for each assignment but if you have any questions, please reach out to me via email or before/after class. You are free to use your class notes while writing your answers, but please keep in mind: you must put your submission in your own words. If you copy any sources (this includes paraphrasing) and fail to cite your source, you will be given a 0 on the assignment and reported for academic dishonesty. Any unfinished analyses will be given a 0.
These analyses do not have to be completed in one sitting–you can save your work and return to it at a later time (but before the due date). Please note that you must hit submit for your answer to be counted!
What is visual analysis?
Visual analysis is a method of understanding art that focuses on an artwork’s visual elements, such as color, line, texture, and scale. In its strictest definition, it is a description and explanation of visual structure for its own sake. Yet the purpose of visual analysis can also recognize the choices that an artist made in creating the artwork, as well as to better understand how the formal properties of an artwork communicate ideas, content, or meaning. Visual analysis is often used as a starting point for art-historical writing.
How does visual analysis work? I tend to break my analyses into two different phases so that I can get an in-depth look at the work before I try to understand any deeper meaning.
Phase One: Observation — This means closely looking at and identifying the visual attributes of an artwork, trying to describe them carefully and accurately in your own words. The observation phase should be where you look, think, and then describe the formal elements of the work. This stage can be tricky to begin, but you should simply take in the work itself. Quite simply: what does the work look like? What elements can you see? Formal elements will include:
Art Elements
Line (straight, curved, angular, flowing, horizontal, vertical, diagonal, contour, thick, thin, implied etc.)
Shape (what shapes are created and how)
Light and Value (source, flat, strong, contrasting, even, values, emphasis, shadows)
Color (primary, secondary, mixed, complimentary, warm, cool, decorative, values)
Texture (physical or implied)
Pattern (real, implied, repeating)
Space (depth, overlapping, kinds of perspective)
Time and Motion
Formal Elements
Unity and Variety
Balance (symmetry, asymmetry)
Emphasis and Subordination
Scale and Proportion (weight, how objects or figures relate to each other and the setting)
Mass/Volume (three-dimensional art)
Rhythm
Function/Setting (architecture)
Interior/Exterior Relationship (architecture)
Phase Two: Analysis — Analysis requires you to think about your observations and try to make statements about the work based on the evidence of your observations—akin to using close reading to formulate an argument about a text. This phase encourages you to think about how the specific visual elements they’ve identified combine together to create a whole, and what effect that whole has on the viewer. You might consider how a viewer’s eye is led through the work and why, and/or address the artist’s choices and what effect they have. You might be hesitant to draw any conclusions based on your observations, but a visual analysis is primarily about understanding the visual logic of an artwork in and of itself. To this end, there may be multiple different interpretations for any single work of art. I simply ask that for whatever conclusions you’re drawing about the work, you point to specific visual details or elements to make your case.
For these mini analyses, you should not be reading any outside research on these works or objects. These are exercises are designed to get you looking and processing! I’ll be looking for your ability to make conclusions about the work of art and using specific visual evidence to make your case. These skills are essential to the Museum Paper so I urge you to take your time with these.
These guides can be very useful when writing your visual analyses:
Duke University Writing Studio: Guide to Visual AnalysisLinks to an external site.
Skidmore College Visual Analysis GuidelinesLinks to an external site.
There’s also a book which you might find really helpful–I’ve uploaded a copy. Henry Sayre’s Writing About Art. Actions This text is a great primer on how to write about art and will walk you through how we look at works of art and the types of questions we ask ourselves. If you need help with the formal elements of art, or are struggling to ID something, check out the Deborah Gustlin text Actions as well.

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The society of friends, or _____, established generally peaceful relations with the neighboring native delaware tribe under the leadership of the colony’s william penn.

Directions: Quiz #1 contains two parts. In the first part, type the answer that best completes the sentence or answers the question. In the second part, respond to each of the short answer questions in your own words. Each of the questions in Section 1 is worth 2 points. Each of the questions in Section 2 is worth 8 points.
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The effects of the European discovery of the Americas was profound. The _____ included the transfer of animals and plants, as well as disease, between the Americas and Europe. Another aspect of the discovery was the slave trade, in which African tribes supplied slaves, or _____ (reflecting the wealth they gained), to European merchants.
Sugar, or what some Europeans called the sweet _____, revolutionized the tastes of Europeans and led to the forced importation of millions of slaves into America. The Atlantic passage for slaves took four to eight weeks, and perhaps one out of every _____ (what number?) captives died on this brutal voyage.
The Society of Friends, or _____, established generally peaceful relations with the neighboring native Delaware tribe under the leadership of the colony’s William Penn. By contrast, _____ occurred in the late seventeenth century when a native leader rose up and led the Pueblo against Spanish rule because of forced conversions, tribute, and the encomienda system.
Next to the Bible, the most widely read book in the colonies was _____, by Benjamin Franklin, in which he shared quips and homespun philosophy. Colonial thinking was also dominated by _____, a body of thought that came from thinkers in England who held that concentrated power was the enemy of liberty and too much power in any one person or group would lead to corruption and tyranny. Both “common sense” and fear of concentrated power continue to define what it means to be an American.
During the Great Awakening, individual members of churches could preach themselves by sharing their conversion experience or their understanding of the Bible, called _____. By contrast, in the mid-seventeenth century the Congregational Church allowed the children of members to join even if they had not had a conversion experience, which was called the _____.

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I attached the example file, and also the chapter that i have choose and you cou

I attached the example file, and also the chapter that i have choose and you could do as the example but 0 plagiarism

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Competency Assessment: The Federalist Papers
From the test book, Find and read Federalist #10 and create a visual summarizing your understanding. Be sure to address the following questions:
What does the author recommend as the best course of action for containing the effects of factions?
What is the author’s view toward differences of opinions on political matters?
What does the author say are the differences between a democracy and a republic? What are the implications of these differences?
Here is a list of possible ways to complete this Competency Assessment:
– Piktochart Infographic (Links to an external site.) (Webpage)
– Prezi (Links to an external site.) (Webpage)
– ThingLink (Links to an external site.) (Webpage)
– Mind Map
The book link is https://openstax.org/details/books/us-history