I need Q/A from one book which is ‘Ready player one’

I’m working on a english multi-part question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.

Here is the link to find the book online, and read this book to answer my questions. I will also attach the question word file, also i will attach book link again in the word file for your reference.
MOST IMPORTANT :You must have to chapter by chapter to give answers, don’t give answer beyond the required chapters.
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create an annotated bibliography for four sources related to an argument for change

Keeping track of the sources you have found to support your argument for change, assessing the credibility of those sources, and determining their value for supporting your argument will help you to write a more effective academic essay. An annotated bibliography allows you to do all of these things; it is essentially a references page with “annotations” for each source that summarize the main idea, assess the source’s credibility, and note the value of the source for your argument.
For the Unit 6 Assignment, you will prepare an annotated bibliography that includes four sources related to your idea for change. Please include the following:
Title page in APA format
Your revised thesis statement for an argument for change in your community
Citations and annotations for four separate sources, which can be primary or secondary but should all be credible and appropriate for academic research
One source that includes a visual or graphic component to help you prepare for the Unit 9 Assignment (the presentation)
One source that addresses a rival hypothesis or misconception about your topic (NOTE: the source does not have to oppose your thesis; it just needs to help you address a rival perspective)
Citations should be in APA format
Annotations should include the following:1–2 sentence summary of the source’s main idea, followed by an in-text citation, e.g. (Smith, 2014)
Evaluation of the source’s credibility, including the author’s credentials and the verifiability of the source’s information; this should include where you found the source (Library, Google search engine, government website, etc.). Use the criteria covered in Evaluating Information to guide your evaluation.
Discussion about how you will use the source to support your argument for community change (this would include whether it poses a challenge to your argument that you will need to address). In this section, paraphrase a key point from the source that supports or challenges your thesis and include an in-text citation.

NOTE: No separate references page is needed, but each annotation should have a complete reference citation in APA format.
Sources that would be appropriate to use are as follows:
Book, ebook, article, or a chapter from book or ebook
Periodical (e.g., newspaper, magazine, journal article)
Internet source (e.g., blog, organization website, article from internet site)
Video or audio source (e.g., documentary, video blog, TED Talk, podcast)
A primary source in which the authors of the content are the primary researchers (the ones who conducted research), e.g., a government report, case study, or speech
An interview with an expert source either published online or conducted by the student
A visual or graphic source from a credible .org, .gov, or .edu site
The writing should be in Standard English

Epistemology

Tell us one thing you believe to be true. It can be anything you’re willing to share. Make sure to tell us why you think it is true, in other words, how did you reach the conclusion that it is true?
2. Summarize some of Jayke’s beliefs/claims. What evidence/reasoning does he seem to use in order to reach his conclusions? (Please be specific here).
3. Do you think Jayke is justified in believing his claims to be true? Why or why not?
4. So what do you think the “right” answer/response is to my “Is organic fruit healthier than non-organic fruit?” (No sentence minimum for this question).
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“If I Go Missing” Graphic Novel Paragraph Response

Your task is to think about how the graphic novel, If I Go Missing, by Brianna Jonnie, connects to the Pygmalion Effect and the Jane Elliott Experiment and to then write a single, focused, paragraph response to the topic. Around 300 words. Please use quotes for references.
https://drive.google.com/file/d/12HXSIpZbYlLlHr5aamGEDF5hXdoZMIYz/view?usp=drive_web

Step 7 powerpoint

https://health.gov/healthypeople
Step 1.
Back to Healthy People 2030, the government initiative to “identify health improvement priorities. Increase public awareness and understanding of the determinants of health, disease, and disability and the opportunities for progress. Provide measurable objectives and goals that are applicable at the national, State, and local levels.” It is public health in a nutshell!

Step 2. Click on “https://health.gov/healthypeople/objectives-and-da… and choose an area of interest. ( I chose, in Populations, Children) You can use ANY of the segments (Health Conditions/Behaviors/Populations/Systems and Settings/Social Determinants)
If you know your area of interest, you can just type it in the white area where it says search.
Step 3.Then scroll in you area to further refine the AREA AND GOAL. (I chose Child and Adolescent Development) See how many areas there are to choose from!? You have many choices in all categories so have fun and find something you are passionate about! YOU DO NOT NEED TO PICK CHILDREN!! YOU CAN PICK FROM ANY AREA. This is just what my page looks like.
Step 4. Then I chose my goal in the Children and Development section,
I will provide you my sample, and make sure you follow the steps. Thank you so much

Please follow steps in this powerpoint

https://health.gov/healthypeople
Step 1.
Back to Healthy People 2030, the government initiative to “identify health improvement priorities. Increase public awareness and understanding of the determinants of health, disease, and disability and the opportunities for progress. Provide measurable objectives and goals that are applicable at the national, State, and local levels.” It is public health in a nutshell!

Step 2. Click on “https://health.gov/healthypeople/objectives-and-da… and choose an area of interest. ( I chose, in Populations, Children) You can use ANY of the segments (Health Conditions/Behaviors/Populations/Systems and Settings/Social Determinants)
If you know your area of interest, you can just type it in the white area where it says search.
Step 3.Then scroll in you area to further refine the AREA AND GOAL. (I chose Child and Adolescent Development) See how many areas there are to choose from!? You have many choices in all categories so have fun and find something you are passionate about! YOU DO NOT NEED TO PICK CHILDREN!! YOU CAN PICK FROM ANY AREA. This is just what my page looks like.
Step 4. Then I chose my goal in the Children and Development section,
I will provide you my sample, and make sure you follow the steps. Thank you so much

English 103, First Year Composition

I need an example from a text from Narrative Life of Frederick Douglas and Modern Day events or experiences in each body paragraph. The order needs to be topic sentence, two examples and how they correlate and relate back to the thesis statement.

Coll 300 week5

Instructions
Using the information from this week’s reading material, submit an Annotated Bibliography of five (5) sources from your working bibliography. First, put the source in the correct citation format for your particular curricular division, and then write a brief annotation of that source. You are responsible for knowing what format to use. Use the format dictated by your major or the topic. If you don’t know what format your major uses, look it up here: https://apus.libguides.com/programstyleguides The annotation should consist of three parts.
1) Discuss the author’s credentials and explain why this source can be considered credible. DO NOT copy from the existing abstract. USE YOUR OWN WORDS.
2) Describe the main ideas covered in the source. DO NOT copy from the online abstract. USE YOUR OWN WORDS.
3) Evaluate the source’s usefulness for your project.
Remember that an online source can be a number of things. It can be a book, journal article, blog, podcast script, website, government report, newspaper article or editorial, or something else. Be sure to analyze each source carefully and follow the style guide in presenting the needed info. One goal in your annotation is to help your readers find the source if they want more information, so make it easy for them to do so.
Your final paper must include a minimum of seven (7) sources with at least four (4) sources coming from peer-reviewed journals taken from the APUS library. Please note that you are encouraged to include all four (4) of your sources coming from peer-reviewed journals taken from the APUS library in this annotated bibliography.
Both MLA and APA styles use a hanging indent and double-spacing for each entry at the end of the paper. Please be sure to check your work with a current style guide, such as those in the APUS Library, or the Purdue Online Writing Lab (OWL).
Sample Annotation. Sally StudentCOLL 300DateAnnotated Bibliography- MLA (Remember that your citation style is determined by the topic.)
Calkins, Lucy. Raising Lifelong Learners: A Parent’s Guide. Reading: Addison-Wesley Longman. 1997. Print.Lucy Calkins is a noted teacher and researcher in reading and writing. Her book is a guide for parents, helping them to work with their children’s schools to create a positive learning environment and a lifelong love of learning in their children. Topics covered include fostering learning and curiosity in mathematics, science, social studies, reading, and writing. Calkins’ work also offers advice on school curriculum and testing. By providing specific examples of parental involvement, this book will help support my assertion that parents need to play a strong role in their children’s education.
You are encouraged to review the rubric for grading criteria: COLL Annotated Bibliography

Comparative Analysis – Understanding the Rhetorical Situation

Comparative Analysis – Understanding the Rhetorical Situation
Listening to and understanding the perspectives of others is difficult at best; however, as you become a more practiced researcher and writer you will want to understand the viewpoints on various sides of an issue so that you know your thesis is sound.
In Modules 2 and 3, you started to research many types of sources of information. As you created your research proposal and annotated bibliography in Module 3, you most likely looked at the topic from your own prevailing point of view. While this is okay to do, it will become important for you to dissect and understand all sides of the issue to include even the thoughts and opinions of your opposition. In the Module 3 discussion, you looked carefully at the main issues involved with your topic. In Module 4, you conducted an expert interview.
For this assignment, you are to synthesize the information gathered thus far to provide a balanced look at your topic and thesis. This is your chance to show your audience that you have thoroughly researched both sides of your topic as you move past the simple assumptions of being for the issue at hand or against it. This essay will show depth and complexity as you present the various sides of the topic in a balanced and academic voice.
With this assignment, you are conducting a stakeholder analysis of your topic. You are to consider the various people or institutions that have a stake in the topic you are exploring. For this essay you will consider four stakeholder entities.
Research
You have done much of the research for this assignment already especially as connected to your research proposal and the presentations this week! Review the notes from your interview with an expert. Assess whether you have enough information to present all sides of the topic. If your research seems to lean toward one side, remember that research writing is a process. Because of the recursive nature of research writing, continue searching for, evaluating, and annotating sources until you feel you have a thorough understanding of the topic and the various stakeholders.
For each stakeholder entity, research the following:
Who are your stakeholders?Identify at least four specific stakeholders or stakeholder groups.

What are their values?
Why do they think this issue is important?
What do they have to gain or lose?
What is their goal regarding your topic?
Look at this topic from their various perspectives and examine what these voices have to say.How are their positions similar or different from one another?
Discuss how and why the answers to the questions could be interpreted in different way.
Note how common ground might be reached with your topic for each stakeholder.

Write
Write an essay in which you show balanced analysis of your topic through the perspectives of the stakeholders identified.
Introduction: Your introduction should provide a comprehensive overview of the topic. You will provide background and context, as you note the main concerns of the issue at hand. As you conclude this introduction, map out the stakeholder you plan to identify in your paper.
Body: Note the stakeholders and their positions. For each stakeholder, write out at least one paragraph noting who they are, what their positions are, and why this topic is significant to their point of view and or causes.
Body: 2 to 3 paragraphs. Provide analysis and synthesis of the various viewpoints.How are various positions noted in the body paragraphs citing single stakeholders similar and/or different?
What connects the stakeholders?
What do you see as similarities or differences?
What is the confounding issue that makes this topic so complex?

Conclusion: In your conclusion, you can bring in your own topic thesis noted in the Module 3 assignment.Be sure to synthesize the information you present in your body paragraphs in tandem with your own claim.
Be sure to address any gaps and issues for the future as tied to your claim.

Headers Levels: You do not need to title them exactly as noted here. Note: Do not include a header for your introduction per APA.
Stakeholders and Their Positions (level 1 header)
Stakeholder Positions (level 1 header)
Connecting Stakeholders (level 1 header)
Opinion on similarities and differences (level 2 header)
Confounding Issues (level 1 header)
Conclusion (level 1 header)
Requirements:
Length: 1,000-1,100-words
5-7-sources
Include some quotations from your sources.
Paraphrase 5 to 7 other main ideas
Use third person (Links to an external site.).
Assert your academic voice.
Format essay and citations/references per APA style.