Essay Instructions: Write a 16 page major essay examining the historical figure, Albert Einstein, and his scientific work. The 16 page essay should include BOTH the following:
1) AN EXAMINATION OF ALBERT EINSTEIN AS A HISTORICAL FIGURE: all material about Einstein as a person, placing him into the context of his time and the science of that era (this is historical information about Einstein and his life). Use as many references as needed (try to use approximately 5-10 references). The exact numbers of references is not important. Just try to include relevant information and along with 2) put together a 16 page essay. Use books, journals etc. for finding information. Remember to cite correctly in MLA.
2) AN EXAMINATION OF EINSTEIN'S SCIENTIFIC WORK: all relevant material about Einstein's scientific work and his contributions to science (try to tie his early work to research being done now in the present). Use approximately 20 references for finding information about Einstein's scientific work. The exact numbers of references is not important. Just try to include relevant information and along with 1) put together a 16 page essay. Use books, journals, etc. Basically use any material that may help you in finding information but remember to source it correctly in MLA.
Both 1) AN EXAMINATION OF ALBERT EINSTEIN AS A HISTORICAL FIGURE and 2) AN EXAMINATION OF EINSTEIN'S SCIENTIFIC WORK should be combined together in an appropriate manner in the major essay. Do NOT include the person's bio first and then state their work. Integrate both 1) and 2) creatively throughout the 16 page essay.
The intention is to use writing as a method of exploring complex concepts and coming to understand them and their historical development along with an examination of the person who invented them.
The focus should be on writing for a POPULAR rather than a technical audience. Be creative and have fun with it but remember to write in 4th year manner. The writing should be aimed at a popular rather than a professional/technical audience (so think New Yorker, Atlantic Monthly or Harper’s, and NOT Scientific American, or The Journal of Entomology). But remember to include a bibliography in MLA format.
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Essay Instructions: Select one of the following scientists, or if you prefer, pick one that is not on the list. Try to choose one you do not know that much about, or might not have even heard of before.
Albert Einstein: wrote the Theory of Relativity and E = mc2
Aristotle: contributed to the idea of the scientific method; philosopher
Benjamin Banneker: African-American clockmaker, inventor, astronomer, and surveyor who wrote one of the first almanacs and helped lay out the plan for Washington D.C.
Alexander Graham Bell: one of the first inventors of the telephone
Niels Bohr: first to describe the orbital path of electrons around the atom
Nicholas Copernicus: first to publish theory that Earth was not the center of the universe
Marie Curie: discovered radioactivity; first woman to win Nobel Prize
Charles Darwin--first to publish the theory of evolution and natural selection
Leonardo da Vinci: "universal genius"--painter, sculptor, engineer, inventor
Thomas Edison: prolific inventor; phonograph and light bulb were two
Ben Franklin: conducted experiments on electricity and was a prolific inventor
Galileo Galilei: described the motion of the planets, developed the telescope
Jane Goodall: anthropologist who lived with chimpanzees to study their behavior
Louis Pasteur: developed some of the first vaccines
Carl Sagan: recent writer of many popular science books; promoted the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI)
E.O. Wilson: developed the concept of "biodiversity" and the importance of maintaining the Earth's living species
Write a paper that is 1 to 2 pages long (12 point font, Times New Roman, 1.5 spaced) that addresses the following questions about your chosen scientist. Do not copy and paste from Internet sites; all writing should be in your own words. Any plagiarized work will result in zero points for this assignment.
1. Describe your scientist's early life, and how they became interested in their field.
2. Describe several contributions your scientist has made to the scientific community and the world.
3. Think about the age your scientist lived in. If it was long ago, what might he/she be working on today? If your scientist lived/lives in modern times, what could you imagine him/her working on in the future?
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Essay Instructions: Include in the paper Albert Einstein's discovery of Eequals mc2. Talk about the Manhatten Project.Talk about the pros and cons of nuclear energy. My position to include both. To site at least two sources and 12point font double spaced.
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Use essay format thesis statement, body and concluding paragraph. You will loos 1 letter grade if you don't use this format.
"Few people are capable of expressing with equanimity opinions which differ from the prejudices of their social environment." Albert Einstein
Based on what you know of the origins of racial/ethnic prejudice, respond to the author's quote using information you've learned in this class(Race and Ethniicity). You can support, refute, or reformulate the author's point in your response, but make sure to back up your argument with specific evidence from cource material. (Which will be faxed) Please note that specific evidence needs to be more than referencing the number of a reading in the articles; provide information to tell me how the article relates to your point.
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