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Assignment due Tuesday, December 6, 2022 by 8:00pm
For this assignment, you will choose a site in your current location and describe its utopic/dystopic qualities.
We have now read many accounts of utopia/dystopia: from Al-Farabi’s perfect state to LeGuin’s flawed Omelas. You will now write your own story or essay about the “perfect society.”
Go to a site that you feel captures the qualities of utopia/dystopia in your location and take 2-3 photos, including one with you in the picture, to include in the paper.
Write a 1000-word account of this place – either nonfiction (like Al-Farabi’s work) or fiction (like LeGuin’s short story).
Be sure to think about #organization and #composition. It might also be helpful to do some research, though it might not be necessary if you choose to write about a completely imagined utopia, inspired by the image you capture in your photos.
LOs and formatting:
You will be graded on #organization,
#composition:Effective communication requires a clear and precise style that reflects the voice of the communicator and that is appropriate for the intended audience. Communicators should use the fewest words necessary (they should respect the principle of “parsimony”) and should select words carefully to be as clear as possible and to facilitate transitions from one idea to the next. Avoid passive voice, stilted diction, elaborate structure, and imprecision; write and speak simply, directly, and sincerely. Understand when to use paraphrase, quotation, or summary to incorporate necessary information smoothly into your communication.
, #professionalism: Part of effective communication involves presenting yourself and your work in an appropriate and professional manner. To communicate effectively, consider the norms for presenting yourself to others, including tone, forms of address, and the use of slang or informal speech. Always proofread written work for errors, properly attribute quotations, ideas, data and other sources, and follow conventional practices regarding attribution and formatting for the type of communication you are crafting. Different academic disciplines have different formatting conventions, and it is important to use the expected standards. More broadly, ensure that your approach to communication, whether verbal or written, meets or surpasses the expectations relevant to the context.
#audience,:Tailor oral and written work by considering the situation and perspective of the people receiving it.
Different audiences have different background knowledge, interests, goals, world-views and perspectives. To communicate effectively, one must recognize such characteristics of an audience and tailor one’s messages for them. When an audience consists of people who have different levels of knowledge, goals, interests, or motivations, one cannot reach all of them equally effectively with the same delivery. Learning about and carefully considering an audience’s point of view can help one design communications that they can grasp, will appeal to their interests, and will be perceived as compelling.
#interpretivelens: dentify how prior experiences and expectations affect inferences drawn from different forms of communications, and react accordingly.
Being open-minded requires being receptive to new ideas, even when they might conflict with your beliefs, worldview, or assumptions. We need to learn to recognize the effects of our prior experiences and expectations, and try to see the same material from different perspectives. One should consider relevant evidence and arguments and be receptive to new ideas and alternative solutions. The information in messages is not always what one expects or hopes to receive and thus one must carefully consider what actually is being communicated—not just what one anticipates.
#critique:Actively and critically engage with texts and other forms of communication.
#context: Situate a work in its relevant context (e.g., historical, disciplinary, cultural).
#evidencebased: dentify and appropriately structure the information needed to support an argument effectively.
A written or spoken communication that is intended to make a specific point should clearly present relevant and persuasive evidence. Doing this well is a two-step process. First, one must identify the evidence relevant to supporting the conclusion. The argument must be formulated to be consistent with the supporting evidence and should address apparent contradictions. Second, one must arrange evidence effectively. This means anticipating where one’s audience will notice a need for evidence, determining how much evidence will be needed given the strength of the conclusion, and deciding on how best to present the evidence (e.g., as a set of claims, a figure, a quote, or a paraphrase). In all cases, written and spoken, evidence should support underlying assumptions and show that implications of the argument are consistent with established facts and principles.
#thesis:Write a clear declarative sentence that takes a firm position on the topic under consideration and serves to organize the rest of the work.
Written and spoken communications that are intended to convey a message should present a clear, well-defined central claim. Thesis statements should be substantial, arguable, precise, and relevant. This overarching message should serve as the organizing principle of the communication.
Be sure to draw attention to your most prominent applications of LOs by adding footnotes.
In the footnote text (at the bottom of the page), provide the hashtag of the LO and an explanation of your application. Help the professor understand exactly why this constitutes a strong application.
Footnotes should be at least two sentences long, but often a more substantive footnote is preferable.
Footnote text does not count toward the target length of the assignment, and all applications of the LOs (not just those that are footnoted) will count toward your grade.
I HAVE ADDED THE NON FICTION STORY THE INSTRUCTIONS WERE REFFERING TO BELOW THE FICTION IS CALLED LeGuin, U. (1975). The ones who walk away from Omelas. In_The wind’s twelve quarters_. Harper & Row.
i have also added a picture of the location i will discuss it is munchen germany called wackersberg, and i have to talk about why its ideal.
some key points about this place:
– it has a beautiful scenery
– their is no cell service making it perfect to disconnect and really enjoy nature
– its a 45 minute drive from the city.
so from their you can also add why its ideal.


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