After reading the 37th essay on Disneyland, the 26th essay on summer vacation, and the 345th essay disguised as an incoherent rant, I decided to teach how to write a reflective essay. All you need to do to teach this is take the guidelines for a narrative essay and change a word or two. Guidelines for a narrative essay include the following:
Disneyland has been able to fool all of us
In an earlier 1991 essay on Disneyland ("There's always Tomorowland") Bukatman had argued that the spectator's journeys into technologically complex zones in Disney Land, "ultimately served to guarantee the continuing presence and relevance of the subject.". On this journey, the Disney Traveller a series of impossible spaces, and at journey's end with The Impossible Space in a state of (an unremarked upon, classic gendered travel story.) In this narrative, the journey through such spaces produces an inscription on the body, a coding that "announces the human-machine interface, and technology thereby creates the conditions its own acceptance."
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Im writing an essay on Disneyland for my Sophomore English class and Im looking for some help. If anyone has any experiences and/or opinions to share dealing with the prompts below, I would love to hear from you.
1) As a guest, how has the Disney Experience changed in the last 5-10 years?
2) As a Cast Member how has the Disney Experience changed in the last 5-10 years?
3) Do you see any correlation between the change in admission prices and any change in the Disney Experience?
I know that issues related to these have popped up on the boards, but I think it would standardize my research somewhat to have direct responses to these questions.
Thanks in advance!
Best Answer: Hello Nadine: Without writing the essay for you..