Which phrase best describes the style of Rodin's sculptures? psychological and unfinished, Neo-Classical yet light-hearted, unfinished and light-hearted, unfinished yet polished? I think it is unfinished and light-hearted.
Writeacher, I urgently need you to help me find material (for intermediate English learners) on the following themes: 1)The theme of doping in cyclism. 2)The Jazz Age 3) Allen, co-founder of the Brain Science Institute
Ms. Sue, I need to include these sentences I posted a few days ago to Writeacher. Thank you very much! 1) I'm forwarding you the link to the European Etwinning certificate of quality. 2) Online projects carried out among two or more European schools can be eligible to receive both a national and a European award. 3) The participating students need to cooperate with one another on common projects of their choice (literature, science etc.), exchange information (as if they were part of the same virtual class).
The statement "form follows function" means function over form, form over function, form and function together, or function under form. I think it is form over function.
Could you please tell me which if the word choice is correct? Thank you, Writeacher!!! 1) He exclaimed that he had spent all his pocket money on that book. 2) "I'm going on a school trip tomorrow" (he/inform/his mum). He informed his mum that he was going on a school trip the next day. 3) "I've been waiting for the bus for more than (longer than?) an hour." (he/say) . He said that he had been waiting for the bus for longer than an hour. (longer OR more???) 4) "I'll help you." (my mum/tell/Peter) My mum told Peter that she would help him.
Can you please check if the following sentences are correct? Thank you. 1) “I met Mary last Monday.” (she/say) She said that she had met Mary the previous Monday. 2) “I’m sorry, I broke the vase.” He apologized for breaking the vase. 3) “ You should really read this book, Steve! (Sally/recommend) Sally recommended I should really read that book. 4) “ Be careful, because the roads are slippery.” (The policeman/warn/us) The policeman warned us to be careful because the roads were slippery. 5) “I’ll help you.” (my mother/promise) My mother promised that she would help me/to help me. 6) “We went on a school trip today!” (Peter/tell/his mother) Peter told his mother that he had gone on a school trip that day. 7) “ I ate all the cake yesterday.” (Peter/confess to) Peter confessed to eating all the cake the day before. 8) “I feel very well now.” (he/explain) He explained that he felt very well then. 9) “Will your mother be at home tomorrow?” (Mary/ask/me) Mary asked me if my mother would be at home the next day.
Could you please check scientific English in this short dissertation? Thank you, Ms. Sue. 1) Conrad Waddington introduced the term epigenetics in the early 1940s. He defined epigenetics as ‘‘the branch of biology which studies the causal interactions between genes and their products which bring the phenotype into being”. 2) Over the following years, with the rapid growth of genetics, the meaning of the word has gradually changed. 3) Today epigenetics has been defined as ‘‘the study of changes in gene function that are mitotically heritable and that do not entail a change in DNA sequence.’’ 4) Research into epigenetics has shown that enviromental factors affect characteristics of organism. These changes are sometimes passed on to the offspring. Renato Paro, a professor for biosystems at the Department of Biosystems science and Engineering, does not believe that this opposes darwin's theory of evolution. 5) A certain laboratory strain of the fruit fly “drosophila melanogaster” has white eyes. If the surrounding temperature of the embryos, which are normally nurtured at 25 degrees celsius, is briefly raised to 37 degrees celsius, the flies later hatch with red eyes. 6) If these flies are again crossed, the following generations are partly red-eyed- without further temperature treatment even though only white-eyed flies are expected according to the rules of genetics.
Choose three (3) works of art from three artists from the Baroque period through the Postmodern era. Your three (3) works of art should come from the time periods or art movements covered in the reading from Unit 4 and Unit 5. Your choices must comply with the following criteria:The 3 artworks chosen must be of the same style or time period. For example, you can choose one of the following suggestions: 3 Baroque works of art, or3 Impressionist works of art, or3 Abstract Expressionist works of art, etc.. Do not mix up time periods or styles. The works of art must have a similar theme. For example: 3 landscapes, or 3 works that focus on religious content, etc. Out of the three works of art by the three (3) artists selected, you must choose at least two (2) works from two artists discussed in the textbook. If you decide to choose one work of art that is featured in the textbook, the artists must be discussed in the text. Begin your search by reviewing artists in the text. Then you can search other internet sources for their other works of art.Please note: Your three (3) works of art must be from the same time period, same style, and have a similar themeThis project is broken down into two parts. In unit four, you will work on the first two bullet points, which are highlighted in bold below, as well as an introduction and conclusion. The "final draft", will be completed for Unit five, and will cover all four bullet points (listed in the U5IP assignment).Your final paper will be a 1200-1500 word critical essay about the three works of art you have chosen. The goals of a critical essay are to evaluate and analyze the art works based on research, using the vocabulary and concepts you have learned. Your attitude should be detached (i.e. your personal opinions are not as important as academic concepts; The "critical" aspect of the essay refers to this detached attitude, not whether you react positively or negatively to the works). Your essay must include the following points:A description of the works including the style. Describe basic facts, as well as the visual appearance of the work (what does the viewer see? Where are key figures located? What tells us that the work is of a particular style?)A summary of the artists' personal philosophies of art (if they can be found in published sources), and the prevailing trends and schools of thought in the art world at the time and in the place the artist was working. For instance, discuss what was taking place in the artist's city, country, and/or church that may have provoked a reaction from the artist or the greater society. Include any information that might help the reader understand the artist's point of view or why the artist made his or her choices in this work of art.You will need to use the Library to learn about the artists. In the Library: Click Find Articles and BooksSearch for artist's name, time period or art movement, and/or title of the work of art.Click Find Web ResourcesClick General Studies.Click Art. An explanation of how the works fit into the context of the time period.Compare the three works in terms of form, content, and subject matter. Using the terminology and concepts that you have learned in the course, explain the similarities and differences in the styles of the works and the context in which they were made. Compare and contrast their aesthetic qualities and symbolic significance, as well as the artists’ points of view. Your personal point of view that you have developed throughout the paper will be summarized here. As with the preceding three sections, you will write in your own words, supported by research. Note: You are required to comply with APA style formatting, including using quotation marks correctly, internal (in-text) citation, and a correct reference list. For additional information and resources on APA, visit the APA section of the Library, available under "Library Features."Submit the following with your rough draft:A cover page, a fully developed rough draft that addresses the first two bullet points, including an introductory paragraph (with a thesis statement), body, conclusion, a list of references, and images of the 3 works of art you chose. IMPORTANT: At least two (2) works of art that you choose must be from your text book, and you must choose works by three (3) different artists.
Select one artwork that expresses a human experience you have encountered in your own life. Human experience, or the human condition, includes birth, death, love, loss, pleasure, pain, hope, frustration, elation, despair, values, and beliefs. Your chosen work must be from visual arts, architecture, literature, or music. Describe the artwork you selected and answer the following questions in 350 to 700 words: · To what human experience does the work relate? · How is that human experience meaningful to your life? · How does the work express or relate to your human experience? · What social, cultural, and moral values does the work express?
Can anyone give me any ideas for drawing a picture of an insect using the letters from the word insect?Thanks
thanks bob but with out words i am more lost than before. what are the photos showing me?
I need an idea. I am supposed to create an artwork in the style of Isamu Noguchi. Based specifically on his work "Monument to Heroes". The only thing I can think of was to put holes in a box and paint it yellow. Hence, cheese. But this doesn't seem to be in the style as much as I'd like. Any suggestions?
I need a website where I can covert photos into line drawings for my project. Thank you for helping me! :-D
Hey I'm working on a webquest about colleges comaring UCLA, FSU, PSU, and one of my choice. I'm wanting to major in graphic design and my Aunt told me a school acronym that sounded like FACTs. She said it was _____ of Art and Science. Any help with a list please? She won't tell me the name again.
Which below became the most highly regarded art in Islamic lands? a. sculpture b. architecture c. calligraphy d. painting e. meatls I think it is B.
Writeacher, I urgently need you to check these sentences. Thank you very much. 1)After that we are going (we'll go?which form would you use to describe your summer holiday?) on a guided tour of the science museum. 2) We'll spend some time in the city centre doing shopping. Then we'll go on a boat tour on the lake. After that we'll pack our luggage (not baggage) and we'll leave for Milan at 2 pm. 3) We made a vase from clay. During the bus journey we chatted with one another and listened to music. We went on a guided tour of the museum. We are leaving from Turing to Florence (or : Turin for Florence..) on… 4) We are meeting at the square just in front of the graveyard. We are scheduled to arrive in Florence at…/for…. (are both possible?) 5) First, we’ll check into (are checking into is wrong?) a hotel called Victoria.
definition for texture and balance?
I need to prepare a short dissertation on the dystopian novel and the theme of totalitarianism or subordination (the parody of Stalin, Hitler, Winston Smith and Winston Churchill). Here is a short summary of Huxley’s novel “Brave New World”. Could you please help me check it, Writeacher? 1) This novel is both utopian and dystopian. It begins as a utopia where everybody is happy, since no one questions their position. However, the dissatisfactions of the most intelligent citizens and the introduction of the savage John, a figure who represents the possibility of human free will, reveals the limits of this perfect programmed society in which the individual is completely subordinated to the needs of the social order. 2) Brave New World is a science-fiction style fable about a rigidly controlled global sate. The story is set in the 7th century AF (after Ford), referring to Henry Ford (1863-1947), the American manufacturer who perfected the mechanized assembly line and developed the idea of the modern, “robotic” factory worker.
I still have a few other sentences to check. Thank you, Writeacher. 1) " I've spent all my pocket money on that book!" (he/exclaaim) He exclaimed that he had spent all his pocket money on that book. 2) "I'm going on a school trip tomorrow" (he/inform/his mum). He informed his mum that he was going on a school trip the next day. 3) "I've been waiting for the bus for more than (longer than?) an hour." (he/say) . He said that he had been waiting for the bus for longer than an hour. 4) "I'll help you." (my mum/tell/Peter) My mum told Peter that she would help him. 5) I need to find a further example of zero conditional (like the sentence: If the machine stops, you press the button).Can you help me find another example???
Do you need special schooling to be a baker? Is there a certain steps you take to be a star baker? Some bakers get their training on the job working with trained bakers. There is professional training available. This is a good site for what great bakers need to know.http://diplomaguide.com/articles/Professional_Baker:_Career_Diploma_Description.html I'm sure many bakers learn on the job as apprentices to professional bakers. But, taking classes in culinary arts, especially baking and pastry making gives people a firm background in this art and makes them more employable. Check this site. http://education.yahoo.com/college/essentials/articles/college/culinary_school.html