Learning Goal: I’m working on a theater report and need an explanation and answe

Learning Goal: I’m working on a theater report and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.
Write 2-page (double-spaced) papers about any one of the following critically-acclaimed television series featuring Black women leads:
Lovecraft Country
Small Axe
Underground Railroad
Pose
Watchmen
In Treatment
Insecure
I May Destroy You
In your paper, you must write about how the series connects with any of the concepts covered in Module 4, such as intersectionality, postfeminism, and hashtag activism by Black social media users.

Learning Goal: I’m working on a theater report and need an explanation and answe

Learning Goal: I’m working on a theater report and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.
For Assignment 3, you had to write about what Ron Becker calls “the SLUMPY class.” Becker argues that SLUMPY class media content in the 1990s was edgy-but-not-too-edgy, inclusive but only inclusive of minorities that most white, middle- and upper-class liberals could readily accept (e.g., white affluent gay men in what we would today call homonormative relationships).
One of the GSIs (Lashon) recently asked me if I thought that the idea of the SLUMPY class is still operative today. I said I do think there is still a SLUMPY class, and there is still media being made for them — and with social media, SLUMPYs are making media for each other, too. So my question for you is: What is SLUMPY media today? What kinds of TV series and social media content do you see that you think is made by and/or for the SLUMPYs? What traits do you think define the SLUMPY class today (feel free to make up a new acronym, if you want to!), and what media do you see that you feel is targeted towards making that group happy/entertained/willing to buy things/feel “woke”/feel edgy/feel current, while not challenging them too much?
Write about it in a (minimum 2-page, double-spaced) essay and get up to 4 points!!!

Learning Goal: I’m working on a theater multi-part question and need an explanat

Learning Goal: I’m working on a theater multi-part question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.
you can read about The Kent Test, created by Clarkisha Kent, building and expanding on the Bechdel Test.
Here is Kent’s post on Twitter about her test:
https://twitter.com/IWriteAllDay_/status/1236649354661892098 (Links to an external site.)
Here is the PDF of The Kent Test (also linked to in the Twitter post):
https://equalityforher.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/HR_The-Kent-Test.pdf (Links to an external site.)
The Kent Test is designed to help viewers evaluate whether a media text offers a high-quality or low-quality depiction of a woman of color/femme of color character. It works on a point system. So, watch any TV show (I recommend watching one whole episode of any series, though you can watch more than one episode for this, or apply the test to the entire series), and run the Kent Test on it, and write up the results and any observations/insights the test led you to have in a paper that is minimum 2 pages (double-spaced).

Learning Goal: I’m working on a theater multi-part question and need an explanat

Learning Goal: I’m working on a theater multi-part question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.
For each prompt (a prompt can be a term, phrase, or concept) given below, please write:
a) The author who wrote about the term/phrase/concept. (You only have to cite ONE author for each concept, but you can definitely cite multiple authors. Citing multiple authors may help you to give a fuller definition of the prompt than only citing one. But you do not have to cite all of the authors who wrote about a particular term.) (0.5 point)
b) The meaning of the term/phrase/concept, as it pertains to the topics covered in this course. (You should plan on writing at least a few sentences to give an adequate definition.) (1 point)
c) A television OR social media example that illustrates the term/phrase/concept. (You only need to write about one example: television show OR episode, OR character, OR plotline from a TV show, OR a block of shows, OR an entire network; a social media platform OR influencer OR a hashtag OR an event or campaign on a platform.). You may give more than one example if you wish but only one is required. Anything that is a serial program (that is, consisting of multiple episodes) on broadcast TV, cable TV, or streaming platforms that you view in your domestic space, like Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Hulu, HBO Go, CBS All Access, etc., counts as “television.” Feature-length (90-120-minute) programs made exclusively for a streaming platform (e.g., Netflix Originals like “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before” or “Always Be My Maybe”) also count as “television” as they were made specifically for domestic viewing. Content (including music videos) made for YouTube or another social media site counts as social media, which you can also use for your examples. (0.5 point)
d) How the television or social media example relates to, and illustrates, the term/phrase/concept. Make sure to refer to at least one idea or argument made by the author (whom you named in part a). (You should plan on writing 1 to 2 paragraphs—6 to 12 sentences at least—to explain how your example relates to the term/phrase/concept.) (2 points)
You must format your answer according to parts a, b, c, and d, like this:
1. (term/phrase/concept)
a. (author’s name)
b. (definition of term/phrase/concept)
c. (name of an example)
d. (how the example relates to the term/phrase/concept)
Points will be deducted for poor spelling, grammar, and/or punctuation (up to 1 point). Points will also be deducted for improper formatting – proper formatting = listing out the different parts of each answer as a., b., c., d. (up to 1 point).
Each four-part response to a prompt is worth up to 4 points total.
Assignment 3 Prompts:
“creatures of a particular time/place” (Reading attached)
the “magical Native American” (http://mercurie.blogspot.com/2009/07/invisible-min…)
#NODAPL (https://www.marieclaire.com/culture/a20886254/hash…)

Learning Goal: I’m working on a theater multi-part question and need an explanat

Learning Goal: I’m working on a theater multi-part question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.
For each prompt (a prompt can be a term, phrase, or concept) given below, please write:
a) The author who wrote about the term/phrase/concept. (You only have to cite ONE author for each concept, but you can definitely cite multiple authors. Citing multiple authors may help you to give a fuller definition of the prompt than only citing one. But you do not have to cite all of the authors who wrote about a particular term.) (0.5 point)
b) The meaning of the term/phrase/concept, as it pertains to the topics covered in this course. (You should plan on writing at least a few sentences to give an adequate definition.) (1 point)
c) A television OR social media example that illustrates the term/phrase/concept. (You only need to write about one example: television show OR episode, OR character, OR plotline from a TV show, OR a block of shows, OR an entire network; a social media platform OR influencer OR a hashtag OR an event or campaign on a platform.). You may give more than one example if you wish but only one is required. Anything that is a serial program (that is, consisting of multiple episodes) on broadcast TV, cable TV, or streaming platforms that you view in your domestic space, like Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Hulu, HBO Go, CBS All Access, etc., counts as “television.” Feature-length (90-120-minute) programs made exclusively for a streaming platform (e.g., Netflix Originals like “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before” or “Always Be My Maybe”) also count as “television” as they were made specifically for domestic viewing. Content (including music videos) made for YouTube or another social media site counts as social media, which you can also use for your examples. (0.5 point)
d) How the television or social media example relates to, and illustrates, the term/phrase/concept. Make sure to refer to at least one idea or argument made by the author (whom you named in part a). (You should plan on writing 1 to 2 paragraphs—6 to 12 sentences at least—to explain how your example relates to the term/phrase/concept.) (2 points)
You must format your answer according to parts a, b, c, and d, like this:
1. (term/phrase/concept)
a. (author’s name)
b. (definition of term/phrase/concept)
c. (name of an example)
d. (how the example relates to the term/phrase/concept)
Points will be deducted for poor spelling, grammar, and/or punctuation (up to 1 point). Points will also be deducted for improper formatting – proper formatting = listing out the different parts of each answer as a., b., c., d. (up to 1 point).
Each four-part response to a prompt is worth up to 4 points total.
Assignment 3 Prompts:
“creatures of a particular time/place” (Reading attached)
the “magical Native American” (http://mercurie.blogspot.com/2009/07/invisible-min…)
#NODAPL (https://www.marieclaire.com/culture/a20886254/hash…)

Learning Goal: I’m working on a theater multi-part question and need an explanat

Learning Goal: I’m working on a theater multi-part question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.
The example and readings are attached, please follow the example to do this assignment. There are three prompts total.
For each prompt (a prompt can be a term, phrase, or concept) given below, please write:
a) The author who wrote about the term/phrase/concept. (You only have to cite ONE author for each concept, but you can definitely cite multiple authors. Citing multiple authors may help you to give a fuller definition of the prompt than only citing one. But you do not have to cite all of the authors who wrote about a particular term.) (0.5 point)
b) The meaning of the term/phrase/concept, as it pertains to the topics covered in this course. (You should plan on writing at least a few sentences to give an adequate definition.) (1 point)
c) A television OR social media example that illustrates the term/phrase/concept. (You only need to write about one example: television show OR episode, OR character, OR plotline from a TV show, OR a block of shows, OR an entire network; a social media platform OR influencer OR a hashtag OR an event or campaign on a platform.). You may give more than one example if you wish but only one is required. Anything that is a serial program (that is, consisting of multiple episodes) on broadcast TV, cable TV, or streaming platforms that you view in your domestic space, like Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Hulu, HBO Go, CBS All Access, etc., counts as “television.” Feature-length (90-120-minute) programs made exclusively for a streaming platform (e.g., Netflix Originals like “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before” or “Always Be My Maybe”) also count as “television” as they were made specifically for domestic viewing. Content (including music videos) made for YouTube or another social media site counts as social media, which you can also use for your examples. (0.5 point)
d) How the television or social media example relates to, and illustrates, the term/phrase/concept. Make sure to refer to at least one idea or argument made by the author (whom you named in part a). (You should plan on writing 1 to 2 paragraphs—6 to 12 sentences at least—to explain how your example relates to the term/phrase/concept.) (2 points)
You must format your answer according to parts a, b, c, and d, like this:
1. (term/phrase/concept)
a. (author’s name)
b. (definition of term/phrase/concept)
c. (name of an example)
d. (how the example relates to the term/phrase/concept)
Points will be deducted for poor spelling, grammar, and/or punctuation (up to 1 point). Points will also be deducted for improper formatting – proper formatting = listing out the different parts of each answer as a., b., c., d. (up to 1 point).
Each four-part response to a prompt is worth up to 4 points total.
Assignment 4 Prompts:
postfeminism
intersectionality
Black Twitter

Learning Goal: I’m working on a theater question and need an explanation and ans

Learning Goal: I’m working on a theater question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.
Gem of The Ocean (Links to an external site.)
My Fair Lady (Links to an external site.)
The Importance of Being Earnest (Links to an external site.)
Angels in America (Links to an external site.)
The Glass Menagerie (Links to an external site.)Rubric Used:
Thoroughness of response (20) Clarity of opinions (20) Wording, grammar, punctuation, and spelling (10)
Let’s begin by watching a performance. You will be a part of the most important group in the world of theatre – the audience.
In this Module 1 is a page entitled ” Video Links.” Watch several clips then select your favorite to complete the “Initial Audience Response Sheet” and submit it as an attachment. Do your best to answer the questions completely and thoroughly, and remember to back up your opinions!
Don’t forget that play names should be italicized. Ex: The Importance of Being Earnest
Do not send me an email attachment. I will not grade items sent to email.
INTRO TO DRAMA – INITIAL AUDIENCE RESPONSE SHORT PAPER
RESPONDING TO A PERFORMANCE
Student Name:      
Title of Scene/Clip Viewed:      
Discuss the story that you saw. What happened? Could you follow the basic story? Did the performers make what was happening clear to the audience? What was your basic reaction the piece? Funny? Sad? Emotional? Etc?     
What was the main conflict? Was it resolved?    
Did the performers create believable characters? Were they convincing in their portrayal? What did you expect? Was the result less than you expected? Better? Discuss each character and make some assessment of his/her performance.  
Did you notice anything in particular about the environment of the scene? The scenery? Lighting? Sound? Costumes?
Would you like to see this entire play? Why or why not? What is the major element that causes you to feel the way that you do?

Learning Goal: I’m working on a theater question and need guidance to help me le

Learning Goal: I’m working on a theater question and need guidance to help me learn.
Reply to the following two paragraphs. Please write at least 100 words in response, and use your responses to engage your classmates’ ideas beyond saying just what you liked. If you liked an interpretation, please say why you liked it or how it changed your way of seeing the play. Reply one paragraph per picture.
[The subject of the two pictures above:
Satire in The Colored Museum
Pick an “exhibit” from The Colored Museum, and explain how Wolfe is using satire in that scene. What elements of Black life does he make us laugh at or consider? What is social criticism he is making through the humor or pathos?]