For Response 2, respond to the following prompt, and submit it as a Word Documen

For Response 2, respond to the following prompt, and submit it as a Word Document in MLA format.
The Declaration of Independence presents a well crafted argument against the American colonies’ continued dependence on Great Britain by establishing a set of principles and assumptions applying to all nations, describing a situation in which rebellion is justified, listing numerous examples defining King George III as one such tyrant, and boldly proclaiming the colonies’ plan of action, given the above circumstances. Write your own “declaration.” Follow the form and style of The Declaration of Independence to persuade a particular audience of a cause you are passionate about. Your declaration should include the same structure imitating the style of The Declaration of Independence: an introduction, preamble, list of grievances or evidence, and declaration or call to action. Create an overarching set of assumptions or values (a particular worldview), describing a situation within such parameters that requires a certain course of action, provide examples demonstrating how your cause fits these criteria, and end with a strong call to action.

read Lord, what Fools?(P61 Choose one of the five major characters from the play

read Lord, what Fools?(P61
Choose one of the five major characters from the play (Punk, Megan, Kootie, Meal Worm, Jason). Use what you know about that character to complete the chart below. Limit your discussion to ONE of the characters.
Methods of Characterization
Examples from Text (at least one per category)
What does this example reveal about the character? Write at least 1-2 full sentences to explain what the quote reveals for each section.
SPEECH (WHAT DOES THE CHARACTER SAY TO OTHERS?)
THOUGHTS (WHAT DOES THE CHARACTER ONLY EXPRESS TO THEMSELVES?)
EFFECT ON OTHERS (HOW DO OTHER CHARACTERS REACT BECAUSE OF THIS CHARACTER AND THEIR ACTIONS?)
ACTIONS (WHAT SPECIFIC ACTIONS DOES THE CHARACTER TAKE THAT DEFINE THEIR ROLE IN THE TEXT?)
MOTIVATIONS (WHAT GOALS DOES THE CHARACTER HAVE? WHAT ARE THEY TRYING TO ACCOMPLISH?)
For this assignment, YOU are going to write your own short story or script. Your response needs to cover the following parameters:
Choose a major character you have studied in this play (refer to your character analysis chart for the examples you have created). Now that the play is over, your focus is on considering what comes next for that character. Do they get a happy ending? Is more conflict on the horizon? Where do they go from here?
Write a short story or a script to explore what happens next for this character and how you will build a further understanding of characterization. Remember to focus on the plot diagram – your addition should still have a beginning, middle, and end.
Suggested word count: 500-800 words
Make careful choices about the kind of voice you will create for your assignment. Your character should sound authentic based on what we have seen of them in the play. Include dialogue and stage/voice directions where appropriate.
Use the following topic as a means of developing your response: How does an author develop characterization in a text? What else should we learn about the character you have chosen to focus on?