Fictional writing, like the call of the wild , presents themes. nonfiction is also often organized by themes. just like a novel, the author usually does not state the theme. it is up to the audience to identify. speeches, one type of nonfiction, typically present a specific argument or idea supported with reasons and evidence. conduct an internet search to select a speech. this may be a speech from history, a political speech, or some other type of speech. as you listen to the speech, take notes of key concepts. then, write one to two paragraphs that answer the questions below. make sure you properly cite the source of the speech, following mla formatting guidelines. view the mla style guide. what is the main theme of the speech? what is the speaker's argument or idea? what reasons or evidence does the speaker use to support his or her argument or idea? do you think the reasons/evidence successfully support the idea? your response should be no less than 250 words in length.
the best picture for a yearbook page to illustrate cesar chavez´s contributions to society is b. a dollar bill.
a picture of both sides of the bill offer a lot of space for an adecuate appreciation: one side of the bill with a foto of him and, next to it, a drawing of grapes around a little presidential medal of freedom, on the backside of the bill a short text about his achievements in favour of the farm workers.
the woman is in the middle of the woods at night. she is wearing a white shiny cloack, maning she is important in her society, and she carries a vase meaning she is completeing a ritual or an important daily task.