TEACHERHow should a teacher start the class that make it more practical?

# TEACHERHow should a teacher start the class that make it more practical?

• REFERENCE

TEACHERHow should a teacher start the class that make it more practical?

I have known many teachers (and I have done it myself) who begin their classes by journaling. The journal question can somehow be related to whatever the content of the lesson is going to be, if…

• JOHN DONNE

Extract the figures of speech in “The Sun Rising” by John Donne.

Figures of speech are a great many different uses of language — allegories and similes, hyperbole and metonymy, and alliteration and onomatopeia are all included under this heading (as are many…

TWO OF THE MACROECONOMIC GOALS ARE ECONOMIC STABILITY AND INCREASES IN THE STANDARDS OF…

I’m not convinced that these two are mutually exclusive, but assuming that they are different: To promote economic stability, the government would want to make business conditions very predictable….

• OTHELLO

In Othello, Act 1, Scene 1, why does Iago leave Roderigo alone at Brabantio’s house?

As you will observe after you get further into the play, Iago is two-faced and must maintain a certain appearance (one of loyalty to Othello) in order to accomplish his goal of supplanting Othello…

• GREAT EXPECTATIONS

What is the process of individuation? Please refer to Great Expectations by Charles Dickens.

Individuation refers to the process by which someone becomes separate, distinct and unique from a group. So, for example, instead of being classified just in the group “literature majors,”…

• MATH

Find four consecutive even integer numbers whose sum is 388.

Let us assume that the first integer is n n + (n+2) + (n+4) + (n+6) = 388 4n + 12 =388 Subtract 12 4n = 376 Divide by 4 n= 376 / 4 = 94 Then the four even integers are : 94 , 96, 98, and 100 To…

• VOLTAIRE

Explain the difference between a parody and a satire. Give an example of each from a work by…

Parody is often an element of satire, so it is not necessary to separate the two, but I’ve done so to help with your question. Satire–Voltaire’s Candide is an effective example of classical…

• FAHRENHEIT 451

How does by not being true by oneself lead to an unharmonious and disfunctional society in…

Most of the characters in Fahrenheit 451 have completely subverted their true natures to the forces that society has put upon them. In their society, the controlling forces numb everyones’ minds…

• MATH

How to solve this? 0.01 x^2 – 0.1 x – 0.3 = 0

0.01 x^2 -0.1 x -0.3 =0 First let us multiply by 100 so x^2 factor is 1 x^2 -10x -30=0 x1= [10+sqrt(100+120)]/2 = 5+sqrt(55) x2 = [10- sqrt(220)]/2 = 5-sqrt(55)

• MATH

Solve the following: -x/2 + y/3 = 0 x + 6y = 16

We have the equations: -x/2 + y/3 =0……(1) x + 6y =16…….(2) We will use the elimination method: Let us multiply (1) by 2 and add to (2): -x + 2y/3 =0 x + 6y = 16 20y/3 =16 ==> y=…

• FAUST

Explain what character changes Faust goes through from the beginning of Faust Part I & II to…

In the beginning of Faust Part I & II, Faust is discontent with his knowledge and skills and, as he tells Wagner in “City Gate,” desires to hover between the sky and ocean and stay with the…

• ESSAY LAB

What are arguments for a compare/contrast essay on Macbeth and Frankenstein. Re: one crime worse…

I will leave your question in the “Literature” group because it refers to two different works. You will probably get several opinions on this one, but here is mine. I say that Frankenstein’s crime…

• MATH

Are the two lines L1 through (-1,4) and (0,4) and L2 through (5,6) and (5,2) parallel,…

To determine if lines are parallel, perpendicular or neither, we need o determine each line’s slope. If slopes are equals then they are parallel. Let us calculate L1 slope (m1) m1= (y2-y1)/(x2-x1)…

• MATH

Find the equation of Line L that passes through the points (1,3) and (-3,4).

First let us determine the standard line formula: y-y1=m(x-x1) where m is the slope and (x1,y1) is any point on the line. To calculate the slope (m) we have the points (1,3) and (-3,4)…

• HISTORY

List what were the most significant factors underlying American economic growth and explain why…

It would really help if you specify what time period you are asking about, because there have been different causes of economic growth at different times in our history. To me, the first real boom…

• THE GREAT GATSBY

“Do you watch for the longest day of the year and then miss it? I always watch for the longest…

It would be stretching it to argue that this is anaphora (the repetition of words or phrases at the beginning of lines or sentences) because the entire quote is almost a repetition of itself. You…

• MATH

Let f(x) = sqrt(x – 4) + 3. Find the inverse of f.

f(x)=sqrt(x-4) + 3 Let y=sqrt(x-4)+3 subtract 3 ==> y-3=sqrt(x-4) ( y-3)^2= (x-4) ==> y^2-6y+9=x-4 ==> y^2 -6y+13=x The inverse function f(x)^-1: ==> f(x)^-1= x^2-6x+13

• MATH

A factory can produce 50000 boxes of cereal a day each box contains 15 bowls of cereal.How many…

The factory produce 5000 boxes. Each box contains 15 bowls. Then number of bowls = Numbers of cereal boxes * number of bowls for each box. = 5000*15= 75000 bowls

• HISTORY

Can you compare the political attitudes of Stephen A. Douglas with Abraham Lincoln?

I think that the primary difference between Douglas and Lincoln was their vision. Both were fairly solid leaders. Douglas, though, saw political conflicts of the time as something that existed in…

• MACBETH

How is Lady Macbeth responsible for the murder of Duncan in the play Macbeth?Please use…

Even though she does not kill Duncan with her own hands, Lady Macbeth is the driving force behind her husband Macbeth, who does the deed. In Act I, Scene 3, Macbeth first gets the idea that he will…

• EMILY DICKINSON

I have a question about Emily Dickinson’s poem, “After Great Pain A Formal Feeling Comes”.In…

Imagine being caught outside in a blizzard with no coat or shelter. It is freezing, the winds are howling, your toes and fingers are in severe pain, and all you can focus on is the misery that you…

• SOCIAL SCIENCES

Compare the types of leadership in Iran and Saudi Arabia. How are they the same, how do they…

I would define authoritarian government as one in which the government does not have to obey any (or many) rules. The government can act in any way that it wishes. It will generally try to…

• SCIENCE

Can the lion be trained? Can it do tricksplease simply the idea in ONE simple sentence but the…

Lions are very capable of being trained, but it takes years of expertise to be able to do this successfully. People love to see to see lions performing. They are very large animals and can look…

• SHOOTING AN ELEPHANT

Where in his description do you think he reaches “the moment of truth” a term used in…

I would define a “moment of truth” as the point that everything depends upon. It is the moment during a crisis when things can go one way or the other. It is the most important moment. To me,…

• ANIMAL FARM

What is the country and literary period in which the work was written?

This novel was published in 1945. It takes place in England (Major teaches the animals the song Beasts of England). Its publication was delayed until after World War II ended because it criticised…

• PRIDE AND PREJUDICE

Pride and Prejudice depicts Jane Austen’s keen interest in human relationships. How does she…

Even though many people feel that Jane Austen is a fluffy writer that doesn’t really deal in real problems that humans face, she actually creates quite a bit of real depth in her interactions…

• WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

Describe Wordsworth’s concept of poetic diction?

Wordsworth discusses his newly minted theory of what poetry should be in the “Preface” to Lyrical Ballads, a collection of meant (1) to display his new theory and (2) to have been written with…

• A ROSE FOR EMILY

The story features a distinctive Southern setting. Explain how Faulkner incorporates…

Faulkner uses objectification in the story to make Miss Emily a construct of the town. Alive, Miss Emily had been a tradition, a duty, and a care; a sort of hereditary obligation upon the town….

• LORD OF THE FLIES

In Lord Of The Flies, why does Jack succeed, and Ralph does not?

I would say that there are two reasons for this. First of all, Jack is more ruthless than Ralph. He is a savage and so he has no compunctions about using violence to get what he wants, for…

• JOHN DONNE’S SONGS AND SONNETS

“Donne’s genius,temperament and learning gave to his love poems certain qualities which…

The quotation refers to Donne’s “genius” (in other words, his innate ability as a thinker and writer), his “temperament” (in other words, his psychological make-up), and his “learning” (in other…

• A ROSE FOR EMILY

The town is developed as a character in the story.Explain how it functions as a…

The story is told in the first person plural – “We” – so this enhances the idea that there is a group mentality going on. “We” is the voice of all of the citizens. Many of the paragraphs begin with…

• A ROSE FOR EMILY

Explain the forces that controlled and determined Emily Grierson’s life, even though…

I don’t believe there are any supernatural forces that control the way in which Miss Emily Grierson lived her life. Yes, her father may have manipulated her during her younger years, and she must…

What are the effects of transportation costs on international trade patterns?

Over the past few decades, the price of transport, especially transport by sea, has dropped dramatically. This has changed international trade patterns by allowing countries in Asia, for example,…

• THE TELL-TALE HEART

What are the two things that the mad man believes will help him in accomplishing his goal of…

The narrator tries to convince the reader of his sanity in several different manners. First, he claims that … the disease had sharpened my senses–not destroyed–not dulled them. He goes on to…

• ANNABEL LEE

Can you give me a little summary about The Demon lover??give me a short essay,,,

Mrs. Kathleen Drover has returned to London from her house in the country in order to pick up some things from the house that she and her husband abandoned because of the bombing of London by the…

• MATH

How do u find the square root of 1/2 * (square root of 8 + square root of 2)?

sqrt(1/2)* (sqr8+sqrt2) Let us first simplify: sqrt(8)= sqrt(2*2*2)= sqrt(2*2^2)=sqrt2*sqrt2^2=2sqrt(2) Now substitute: sqrt(1/2)*(2sqrt2+sqrt2) Factorize sqrt(2): sqrt(1/2)*sqrt(2)(2+1) =…

• MOBY DICK

HOW TO WRITE THE SUMMARY OF MOBY-DICK IN 10 SENTENCES

While this seems an almost insurmountable task for such a voluminous novel, you will need to only consider the most important parts of the plot which really come at the end of Melville’s tome….

• LITERATURE

WHAT IS THE ROLE OF SCIENCE FICTION IN LITERATURE ?

I think that science fiction plays the role of the agitator in some ways. It is one of the few areas that authors are allowed to really play with things like reality and to expect readers to…

• ROMEO AND JULIET

Describe the clashing emotions Juliet feels when the Nurse reports Tybalt’s death and Romeo’s…

This is an important point in the life of Juliet and in discussing her character overall. Up to this point, she seems to know exactly what she wants – Romeo – and will stop at nothing, not…

• TONI MORRISON

How race and gender form the identity of a person in Toni Morrison’s novels?

One of the first things to remember when considering Morisson as a writer is the fact that she began her career during the Black Arts Movement in the late 1950s-60’s. This movement’s goal was to…

• GULLIVER’S TRAVELS

What is an example of satire in Part 2 of Gulliver’s Travels?

One good example of satire in Brobdingnag is the status of laws. Instead of the overwritten, obscure laws of most governments, Brobdingnagian laws are limited and plainly written, with only one…

• A SEPARATE PEACE

What did the membership in the Suicide Society of the Summer Session involve in A Separate Peace?

Membership in the Super Suicide Society of the Summer Session involves jumping out of a specific tree strategically situated with a branch hanging out over the Devon River. The Society,…

• SOCIAL SCIENCES

Please explain how the social learning theory can be apllied to the concept of gender and gender…

The basic premise behind the social learning theory is that people learn behaviors from observing the ways that other people act. So, if a child is around parents and role models that constantly…

• WOLE SOYINKA

Help me discuss how Soyinka in his play The Swamp Dwellers dramatizes man’s struggle against a…

To start with, the setting of Soyinka’s most simple and first play The Swamp Dwellers symbolically establishes the themes of rural social decay and humankind’s quest for salvation. According to…

• SCIENCE

What is the medical word/term described:specializes in transmitting impulses.(from nervous system)

The answer might be neurotransmitters. Neurotransmitters are chimicals in the brain that allow for the transmission of signals from one neuron to another. They are also found at axon endings of…

• SCIENCE

Are there nerves in the tongue?

There are actually several nerves that are in the tongue, or groups of nerves that help to control things like taste and the sensations of the tongue. One of them is called “Glossopharyngeal nerve…

• 1984

Is 1984 still worthy of study today? Give 3 reasons to support your answer.Is 1984 still worthy…

Since this is an opinion question, you’ll have to decide what you personally think, but here are three reasons why I believe 1984 is still worthy of study. 1. Orwell wrote the novel as a warning…

• SCIENCE

Why do diabetics get weak and their eye sight starts to fade?

This may have something to do with diabetic neuropathy. There are many different diabetic neuropathies, which are nerve disorders that are caused by diabetes. Approximately 60-70% of people with…

• SHERWOOD ANDERSON

Who was Sherwood Anderson (Winesburg, Ohio), and what was his relationship to Ernest Hemingway,…

Sherwood Anderson was an American writer born in Camden, Ohio, in 1876. After a childhood characterized by a succession of geographical moves, he settled in Chicago and became part of a literary…