Hi. I have a request for my essay assignment. Actually, someone did this essay(with different topic); however, professor figured that I purchased the essay from the online. I guess it was way too professional. I need to write about 1200 words and I wrote just little part of it. I chose the Lion King Animation from Disney and I need to analyze it (not focus on the summary!!) Since I have to rewrite the whole essay, I don’t have that much time. The 1200 words essay has to be done by 6.18 Tuesday at 11PM. Can you do it for me? Since this class is basic english composition course, you don’t have to be too professional. I wrote just little part and already divided the sub topics for you.(Also one reference). I want you to use the quotes from movie (please paraphrase it!!) and other sources if you want. I am willing to pay the price that you want. So, let me know. Thanks ——————————————————————————– Essay Two: Response to a Text Goals for the Student: 1. Demonstrate understand of the Rhetorical Situation 2. Demonstrate an ability to interact with a text by using quotation, summary, and paraphrase as needed to support your ideas 3. Demonstrate an understanding of “metaphorical lens” and apply it clearly 4. Demonstrate critical thinking skills 5. Demonstrate grammar and usage appropriate to the rhetorical situation The Assignment: Students must choose a text (an essay, a film, a piece of music, a speech, a web site, etc.) and respond to it through a particular metaphorical lens. A metaphorical lens is a metaphor, a way of seeing something that we can look through in order to understand something about something else. For example, I can choose to read or view something through the lens of ‘parenthood’ – how can a parent read this – or through the lens of gender – how does a man or woman read this – and each reading would produce a different interpretation/reaction. Try watching a Disney movie through the lens of ‘stereotype’ and you will get a different reaction than if you watch it through the lens of ‘childhood.’ So you must choose a text and then choose a lens and then write a response to the text based on the lens you choose. Requirements: 1200-1700 words Use a teacher-approved text – a film, piece of music, web site, a speech, a place, etc.) Use at least three direct quotes and at least one summary or paraphrase from the text and demonstrate proper MLA format in using the source Must be typed, double spaced, and in proper MLA layout format Must meet the goals listed at the top of the page Must include prewriting, rhetorical situation handout, peer review, rough draft, and final draft, clearly labeled Student must conference with the teacher at least once during the writing process Notes about Essay Two Choosing a “Text” for the Essay Assignment You can choose any text – it can be a film, an episode of a television show, a song, a piece of art, a website, a blog, a poem, pretty much anything! Topics some are Choosing (these are just ideas! You don’t have to choose these!) “L.A. Confidential” through the lens of corruption “The Little Mermaid” through the lens of parenting “The Lion King” through the lens of stereotypes of race and gender “The Outsiders” through the lens of economic class “Easy A” through the lens of parenting “Torchwood” through the lens of sexuality The song “Hallelujah” (Jeff Buckley) through the lens of relationships between men and women The song “No Handlebars” (The Flobots) through the lens of power When you choose a text, make sure it’s got a lot to say about whatever lens you choose. I actually can’t stand the film “The Little Mermaid” because I see it through the lens of gender (what it says about being a woman or being a man), and I find it insulting. It is basically saying that women don’t need their voice to get a man; they only need their pretty body and ‘body language.’ That’s insulting. However, I might have a hard time developing a whole essay about it because I have to find several examples from the film to discuss, and I’m not sure other than the overall message that I could do that. On the other hand, if I chose the film “Juno” and looked at it through the lens of ‘parenting,’ there is plenty to look at. There are actually three sets of parents in that movie (Juno and Paulie, Juno’s parents, and the adopting couple) and all give us different views of parenting. I could break my essay into three parts and give plenty of examples and say plenty of things about what the film tells us about parenting. Things to Keep in Mind: The word ‘lens’ really just means ‘perspective,’ here. Think of it as snapping different lenses onto a camera – the picture turns out differently depending on the lens. So I’m asking you to choose a specific lens (just one!) and look through it at a text of your choosing. Don’t spend much time summarizing! One paragraph after the introduction should suffice. Your job is not to summarize the text. Your job is to analyze the text in terms of one particular thing. You have to quote from the text or paraphrase from the text at least three times in your essay. You must use proper MLA format for that! There is lots of information in your textbook about MLA format, there is information on our ‘lecture’ page, and there is plenty of information online. You have to use it properly or your grade will suffer. If you can’t figure it out on your own from the resources I’ve provided, you need to work directly with me on it. You can’t just guess!