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Which of the following is a key element in Hellison’s model for teaching personal and social

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6. Which of the following is a key element in Hellison’s model for teaching personal and social

responsibility?

A. Student behavior modification and discipline strategies

B. levels of student goal setting and development of self-control

C. rules and procedures for maintaining appropriate behavior

D. Etiquette and guidelines for sports and physical activities

English

6 …

Which of the following is a key element in Hellison’s model for teaching personal and social

Question

6. Which of the following is a key element in Hellison’s model for teaching personal and social

responsibility?

A. Student behavior modification and discipline strategies

B. levels of student goal setting and development of self-control

C. rules and procedures for maintaining appropriate behavior

D. Etiquette and guidelines for sports and physical activities

English

This week you

will submit a draft of your GMO Historical Timeline and Predecessor Assessment. This portion of
Running Head: GENETICALLY MODIFIED ORGANISMS HISTORICAL TIMELINE Genetically Modified Organisms Historical Timeline
Name:
Institution:
Course:
Date: Introduction
GMO foods are an embedded portion…
English

This week you

will submit a draft of your GMO Historical Timeline and Predecessor Assessment. This portion of
Running Head: GENETICALLY MODIFIED ORGANISMS HISTORICAL TIMELINE Genetically Modified Organisms Historical Timeline
Name:
Institution:
Course:
Date: Introduction
GMO foods are an embedded portion…
English

Media Analysis Essay minimum 500 words

Detailed instructions are attached.
Turn It In is utilized and must
Name
1 Name
Tutor
Course
Date
Lighting
The Scene is enhanced by theatrical or entertainment lighting. All the stage’s aspects are
pulled together by lighting. It is not just enough to illuminate…
English

Media Analysis Essay minimum 500 words

Detailed instructions are attached.
Turn It In is utilized and must
Name
1 Name
Tutor
Course
Date
Lighting
The Scene is enhanced by theatrical or entertainment lighting. All the stage’s aspects are
pulled together by lighting. It is not just enough to illuminate…
English

Hi may I have a summary for this link around 500 word

Tesla Motors, Inc. is an American automotive and energy Storage Company that designs,
manufactures, and sells electric cars, electric vehicle powertrain components, and battery
products.Tesla CEO…
English

Please respond to the topic written below in a

4.5 page
essay.
Your essay must be composed in
FREEDOM
Author’s Name:
Course Name:
Instructor’s Name:
Date: INTRODUCTION
Freedom is characterized from various viewpoints, and as indicated by various cultures,
freedom fluctuates from society…
English

Case Study

Tesla Motors (in 2013): Will Sparks Fly in the Automobile Industry? Frank T. Rothaermel
Erin Zimmer
CASE STUDY: WILL SPARKS FLY IN THE AUTOMOBILE 1. What is the case about?
The case study is about Tesla Motors, which deals in electric vehicles in the US. It is
attempting to make strides in the…
English

Hi may I have a summary for this link around 500 word

Tesla Motors, Inc. is an American automotive and energy Storage Company that designs,
manufactures, and sells electric cars, electric vehicle powertrain components, and battery
products.Tesla CEO…
English

Case Study

Tesla Motors (in 2013): Will Sparks Fly in the Automobile Industry? Frank T. Rothaermel
Erin Zimmer
CASE STUDY: WILL SPARKS FLY IN THE AUTOMOBILE 1. What is the case about?
The case study is about Tesla Motors, which deals in electric vehicles in the US. It is
attempting to make strides in the…
English

Please respond to the topic written below in a

4.5 page
essay.
Your essay must be composed in
FREEDOM
Author’s Name:
Course Name:
Instructor’s Name:
Date: INTRODUCTION
Freedom is characterized from various viewpoints, and as indicated by various cultures,
freedom fluctuates from society…
English

Discussion Ecommerce is a natural byproduct of an Interconnected world

In order to

Question

Discussion:

E-commerce is a natural byproduct of an Interconnected world. In order to

claim their share of growth from the highly lucrative and evolving e-commerce landscape, businesses are under a lot of pressure to devise e-commerce strategies that are effective.

Question:

1.Discuss at least three pros and cons of E-commerce for the consumer.

2.what makes Amazon a prime example of the power of eCommerce.

English

Discussion Ecommerce is a natural byproduct of an Interconnected world

In order to

Question

Discussion:

E-commerce is a natural byproduct of an Interconnected world. In order to

claim their share of growth from the highly lucrative and evolving e-commerce landscape, businesses are under a lot of pressure to devise e-commerce strategies that are effective.

Question:

1.Discuss at least three pros and cons of E-commerce for the consumer.

2.what makes Amazon a prime example of the power of eCommerce.

English

Please read the instructions carefully and answers

Running Head: Market Research Project Market Research Project
Student’s Name
Institution Date: 12th September 2016
Subject: The Market Research Project
Hello, Madam Katina! I would like to inform…
English

Please read the instructions carefully and answers

Running Head: Market Research Project Market Research Project
Student’s Name
Institution Date: 12th September 2016
Subject: The Market Research Project
Hello, Madam Katina! I would like to inform…
English

Http //www dabran org/English/Dreje aspx?jimare=4405&amp

paiwandidar=10

According to Patrick Kiger’s essay,

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http://www.dabran.org/English/Dreje.aspx?jimare=4405paiwandidar=10

According to Patrick Kiger’s essay,

the Roman view of the afterlife was varied if one studies the writings of the writer Virgil. How did Virgil imagine the afterlife?

Religious Studies

Http //www dabran org/English/Dreje aspx?jimare=4405&amp

paiwandidar=10

According to Patrick Kiger’s essay,

Question

http://www.dabran.org/English/Dreje.aspx?jimare=4405paiwandidar=10

According to Patrick Kiger’s essay,

the Roman view of the afterlife was varied if one studies the writings of the writer Virgil. How did Virgil imagine the afterlife?

Religious Studies

Hello !! I am needing help with my week 4 discussion Explain why social and

Question

Hello !! I am needing help with my week 4 discussion.

  • Explain why social and

emotional development is especially important in early childhood.

  • Describe, using one of the resources from the Twitter feed as support, your role in providing learning activities/curriculum and experiences that foster each child’s social and emotional growth. Include information related to children as well as to their families (i.e., helping families establish separation routines).
  • Complete the Social and Emotional Recipe Cards by explaining one strategy for each area of development (Personal Identity/Pro-Social Skills, Confidence/Self-Esteem, and Self-Regulation/Self-Control).
  • I couldn’t get my cards to paste on here so I will figure that part out myself. Just need an idea of what to put on the cards!

    English

    Hello !! I am needing help with my week 4 discussion Explain why social and

    Question

    Hello !! I am needing help with my week 4 discussion.

    • Explain why social and

    emotional development is especially important in early childhood.

  • Describe, using one of the resources from the Twitter feed as support, your role in providing learning activities/curriculum and experiences that foster each child’s social and emotional growth. Include information related to children as well as to their families (i.e., helping families establish separation routines).
  • Complete the Social and Emotional Recipe Cards by explaining one strategy for each area of development (Personal Identity/Pro-Social Skills, Confidence/Self-Esteem, and Self-Regulation/Self-Control).
  • I couldn’t get my cards to paste on here so I will figure that part out myself. Just need an idea of what to put on the cards!

    English

    Which indicator from a videotaped lesson will best assess a teacher’s role in students’ learning?

    Question

    Which indicator from a videotaped lesson will best assess a teacher’s role in students’ learning?

    A. How students adjust their performance and or behavior after the teacher addresses them

    B. How she addresses students with special needs

    C. How many times she speaks to the same child about performance and or behavior

    D. How many students are actively involved during the class?

    English

    Which indicator from a videotaped lesson will best assess a teacher’s role in students’ learning?

    Question

    Which indicator from a videotaped lesson will best assess a teacher’s role in students’ learning?

    A. How students adjust their performance and or behavior after the teacher addresses them

    B. How she addresses students with special needs

    C. How many times she speaks to the same child about performance and or behavior

    D. How many students are actively involved during the class?

    English

    Help me with the EAP essay’s

    notes taking and a outline for it

    The essay question is Violence in the

    Essay Question
    Does media violence lead to the real thing?
    Do video games make kids saints or psychopaths (and why is it so hard to find out)?
    Background
    Different societies experience negative or…
    English

    Help me with the EAP essay’s

    notes taking and a outline for it

    The essay question is Violence in the

    Essay Question
    Does media violence lead to the real thing?
    Do video games make kids saints or psychopaths (and why is it so hard to find out)?
    Background
    Different societies experience negative or…
    English

    Describe and evaluate your own writing process

    Your response should be 300-350 words.
    Think about the five
    Running head: WRITING PROCESS 1 Writing Process Institutional Affiliation:
    Author’s Name: WRITING PROCESS 2
    Writing Process The process of successful writing engages various aspects that include…
    English

    Describe and evaluate your own writing process

    Your response should be 300-350 words.
    Think about the five
    Running head: WRITING PROCESS 1 Writing Process Institutional Affiliation:
    Author’s Name: WRITING PROCESS 2
    Writing Process The process of successful writing engages various aspects that include…
    English

    Need help on a project

    I need help on writing project
    needs to have an introduction paragraph with a thesis
    1. Online and traditional classes are the options one interested in learning can embrace. One requires that they find time to review which program befits them best through ideal and
    collegiate…
    English

    Need help on a project

    I need help on writing project
    needs to have an introduction paragraph with a thesis
    1. Online and traditional classes are the options one interested in learning can embrace. One requires that they find time to review which program befits them best through ideal and
    collegiate…
    English

    Hello Tutors

    Your task is to complete a draft and final copy of an essay of 800 words in

    Running head: COMPARATIVE ESSAY Comparative Essay
    Student Name
    Course Name
    August 04, 2016 1 COMPARATIVE ESSAY 2 Comparative Essay
    The Bet is a short story by Anton Chekhov around a banker…
    English

    Hello Tutors

    Your task is to complete a draft and final copy of an essay of 800 words in

    Running head: COMPARATIVE ESSAY Comparative Essay
    Student Name
    Course Name
    August 04, 2016 1 COMPARATIVE ESSAY 2 Comparative Essay
    The Bet is a short story by Anton Chekhov around a banker…
    English

    EDIT THE FOLLOWING SENTENCES TO CORRECT FAULTY PARALLELISM1 Ari helped by painting the fence

    Question

    EDIT THE FOLLOWING SENTENCES TO CORRECT FAULTY PARALLELISM

    1. Ari helped by painting the fence,

    trimming shrubs, mulching flowerbeds, and leaf raking.

    2. Sebastian liked playing video games more than to watch television.

    3. The computer salesperson promised not only that I would receive a rebate but also a free Ipod.

    4. Rina was hired to stock merchandise, write orders for delivery, and sales of computers.

    5. Michiko told the judge that she had been pulled out of a line of fast moving traffic and of her perfect driving record.

    6. To administer the poison, the tribe’s sorcerers put it in their victims’ food, throw it into their huts, or it can be dropped into their mouths or nostrils while they sleep.

    7. Sylvia loved swimming, canoeing, and to hike.

    8. Julius realized that he was talented violinist but proper training and discipline would be the best foundation for a career as a musician.

    9. Bill found that it was harder to be fair to himself than being fair to others.

    10. At the arts and crafts table, the children make potholders, key rings, weave baskets, paint pictures, and assemble model cars.

    English

    EDIT THE FOLLOWING SENTENCES TO CORRECT FAULTY PARALLELISM1 Ari helped by painting the fence

    Question

    EDIT THE FOLLOWING SENTENCES TO CORRECT FAULTY PARALLELISM

    1. Ari helped by painting the fence,

    trimming shrubs, mulching flowerbeds, and leaf raking.

    2. Sebastian liked playing video games more than to watch television.

    3. The computer salesperson promised not only that I would receive a rebate but also a free Ipod.

    4. Rina was hired to stock merchandise, write orders for delivery, and sales of computers.

    5. Michiko told the judge that she had been pulled out of a line of fast moving traffic and of her perfect driving record.

    6. To administer the poison, the tribe’s sorcerers put it in their victims’ food, throw it into their huts, or it can be dropped into their mouths or nostrils while they sleep.

    7. Sylvia loved swimming, canoeing, and to hike.

    8. Julius realized that he was talented violinist but proper training and discipline would be the best foundation for a career as a musician.

    9. Bill found that it was harder to be fair to himself than being fair to others.

    10. At the arts and crafts table, the children make potholders, key rings, weave baskets, paint pictures, and assemble model cars.

    English

    Please help me with this assignment The instructions are provided as well as the rubric and references Please

    Question

    Please help me with this assignment. The instructions are provided as well as the rubric and references. Please

    have a good grasp of the English language and be free of grammatical errors.

    Running Header: LEGAL MEMO
    STUDENT’S NAME
    LECTURER’S NAME
    COURSE TITLE
    DATE OF SUBMISSION 1 Running Header: LEGAL MEMO
    Legal Memo
    To: Professor McWeeney
    From:
    Re: Acme Box and Container Company…
    Management

    Please help me with this assignment The instructions are provided as well as the rubric and references Please

    Question

    Please help me with this assignment. The instructions are provided as well as the rubric and references. Please

    have a good grasp of the English language and be free of grammatical errors.

    Running Header: LEGAL MEMO
    STUDENT’S NAME
    LECTURER’S NAME
    COURSE TITLE
    DATE OF SUBMISSION 1 Running Header: LEGAL MEMO
    Legal Memo
    To: Professor McWeeney
    From:
    Re: Acme Box and Container Company…
    Management

    Paraphrase 1 Bend meter

    – this simple device relies on the water moving at different

    Question

    Paraphrase:

    1. Bend meter – this simple device relies on the water moving at different

    velocities on the inside and outside of a bend. From the energy equation we know that this difference in velocity will correspond to a measurable pressure difference.

    2. Venturi meter – this is a classic flow measurement device, where water is passed through a narrow throat (throat diameter = 38 mm) in order to induce a higher velocity. Pressure is measured upstream and in the throat, to give the two values corresponding to high and low velocity.

    3. Pitot tube – this device is useful for measuring high flows as it results in minimal disruption to the flow. A tube is inserted into the flow such that the water at the entrance of the tube stagnates. The pressure measured in this tube (the stagnation pressure) is equal to the pressure head plus velocity head. By comparing against a measurement of pressure head (static pressure) taken in the main flow field nearby, the difference between these measurements will be the velocity head.

    4. Orifice meter – this is like a crude version of a Venturi meter and follows exactly the same principles by forcing water through a smaller section. The only physical difference between the two devices is that the orifice is simply a flat plate (perpendicular to the direction of the flow) with a hole in it (orifice diameter 26 mm), whereas a Venturi contains a gradual contraction and expansion. The result of this is that the orifice meter induces a far great pressure difference (and head loss) for a given velocity.

    English

    Paraphrase 1 Bend meter

    – this simple device relies on the water moving at different

    Question

    Paraphrase:

    1. Bend meter – this simple device relies on the water moving at different

    velocities on the inside and outside of a bend. From the energy equation we know that this difference in velocity will correspond to a measurable pressure difference.

    2. Venturi meter – this is a classic flow measurement device, where water is passed through a narrow throat (throat diameter = 38 mm) in order to induce a higher velocity. Pressure is measured upstream and in the throat, to give the two values corresponding to high and low velocity.

    3. Pitot tube – this device is useful for measuring high flows as it results in minimal disruption to the flow. A tube is inserted into the flow such that the water at the entrance of the tube stagnates. The pressure measured in this tube (the stagnation pressure) is equal to the pressure head plus velocity head. By comparing against a measurement of pressure head (static pressure) taken in the main flow field nearby, the difference between these measurements will be the velocity head.

    4. Orifice meter – this is like a crude version of a Venturi meter and follows exactly the same principles by forcing water through a smaller section. The only physical difference between the two devices is that the orifice is simply a flat plate (perpendicular to the direction of the flow) with a hole in it (orifice diameter 26 mm), whereas a Venturi contains a gradual contraction and expansion. The result of this is that the orifice meter induces a far great pressure difference (and head loss) for a given velocity.

    English

    Writing researchers frequently hear students say that they dislike writing for school because it seems to be

    Question

    Writing researchers frequently hear students say that they dislike writing for school because it seems to be

    mostly about following rules and structures, and being judged for failure to observe all the rules correctly. In contrast, students often report preferring self-sponsored writing outside of school (sometimes they call it creative writing, sometimes personal writing) because they are free to write whatever they like without being constrained by rule structures. Try this thought experiment: What would your school writing look like if you could approach it as you do home or personal writing, and if you could expect the same kind of responses that you receive to your home and school writing? What would you do differently in your school writing? Would you spend more time on it or treat it differently? How would your writing itself change?

    English

    Writing researchers frequently hear students say that they dislike writing for school because it seems to be

    Question

    Writing researchers frequently hear students say that they dislike writing for school because it seems to be

    mostly about following rules and structures, and being judged for failure to observe all the rules correctly. In contrast, students often report preferring self-sponsored writing outside of school (sometimes they call it creative writing, sometimes personal writing) because they are free to write whatever they like without being constrained by rule structures. Try this thought experiment: What would your school writing look like if you could approach it as you do home or personal writing, and if you could expect the same kind of responses that you receive to your home and school writing? What would you do differently in your school writing? Would you spend more time on it or treat it differently? How would your writing itself change?

    English

    the subject is phonology in

    Question

    the subject is phonology in

    linguistics please help

    2 . Mokilese ( adapted from Language Files )
    Mokilese is an Austronesian language of the Malayo – Polynesian family , spoken in Micronesia .
    Examine the distribution of the voiced and voiceless vowel pairs : [ U , u] ( the same small ring
    under the phonetic vowel symbol indicates a voiceless vowel ) . Using the flow chart given out in
    class , determine whether they are allophones of different phonemes , or allophones of the same
    phoneme . Provide evidence for your answer . If they are allophones of one phoneme , state the
    contexts in which each sound occurs and decide which sound is the underlying form ( the
    phoneme ) . If you can , state the rule that describes the distribution .
    Hint 1 : For this dataset , write out the surrounding environments ( not just C for consonant and V
    for vowel ) .
    Hint 2 : Once the surrounding environments are established , notice which are more restricted , if
    either are .
    [ dupukda]
    quot; boughtquot;
    [ Kaskas ]
    quot;to throw
    [ puko ]
    basket quot;
    [ poki]
    quot;to strike something
    [ supwo ]
    firewood
    Judsuklt; ]
    to tackle quot;
    [ uduk ]
    flesh ‘
    English

    the subject is phonology in

    Question

    the subject is phonology in

    linguistics please help

    2 . Mokilese ( adapted from Language Files )
    Mokilese is an Austronesian language of the Malayo – Polynesian family , spoken in Micronesia .
    Examine the distribution of the voiced and voiceless vowel pairs : [ U , u] ( the same small ring
    under the phonetic vowel symbol indicates a voiceless vowel ) . Using the flow chart given out in
    class , determine whether they are allophones of different phonemes , or allophones of the same
    phoneme . Provide evidence for your answer . If they are allophones of one phoneme , state the
    contexts in which each sound occurs and decide which sound is the underlying form ( the
    phoneme ) . If you can , state the rule that describes the distribution .
    Hint 1 : For this dataset , write out the surrounding environments ( not just C for consonant and V
    for vowel ) .
    Hint 2 : Once the surrounding environments are established , notice which are more restricted , if
    either are .
    [ dupukda]
    quot; boughtquot;
    [ Kaskas ]
    quot;to throw
    [ puko ]
    basket quot;
    [ poki]
    quot;to strike something
    [ supwo ]
    firewood
    Judsuklt; ]
    to tackle quot;
    [ uduk ]
    flesh ‘
    English

    Please help me with this as oon

    as possible, any one who can help me

    Question

    please help me with this as oon as possible, any one who can help me

    Choosing the Right Person for an Important Project
    I will select Pat to be the project manager. This is because she is capable of performing her job
    and she is well qualified using the…
    English

    Please help me with this as oon

    as possible, any one who can help me

    Question

    please help me with this as oon as possible, any one who can help me

    Choosing the Right Person for an Important Project
    I will select Pat to be the project manager. This is because she is capable of performing her job
    and she is well qualified using the…
    English

    Assignment Help needed for annotated bibliography assignment 1) Identify the type of source (Some

    Question

    Assignment: Help needed for annotated bibliography assignment

    1) Identify the type of source. (Some

    possibilities are online newspaper article; online magazine article; scholarly article online; scholarly article from an online database; website, online documentary, radio podcast, etc.) (1 mark for each entry)

    2) SUMMARY: Provide an approximately summary of the source. Be specific and use your own words (4 marks for each entry). Use attributive phrases and in-text citations for any quotations or paraphrases you include. If the source is very long, summarize the part(s) most relevant to your research.

    3) RELEVANCY: Briefly, but specifically, provide one or more points from the source which you can use to answer your research question (even if you have already included some of this material in your summary). (2 marks for each entry)

    4) EVALUATION: Considering the qualities of currency, accuracy, authority, and purpose (and using the terms themselves), discuss the source’s best qualities as well as any potential drawbacks. Justify your assessments for example, if you say a source is strong in authority, explain what makes it so

    DUE TOMORROW PLEASE HELP

    English

    Assignment Help needed for annotated bibliography assignment 1) Identify the type of source (Some

    Question

    Assignment: Help needed for annotated bibliography assignment

    1) Identify the type of source. (Some

    possibilities are online newspaper article; online magazine article; scholarly article online; scholarly article from an online database; website, online documentary, radio podcast, etc.) (1 mark for each entry)

    2) SUMMARY: Provide an approximately summary of the source. Be specific and use your own words (4 marks for each entry). Use attributive phrases and in-text citations for any quotations or paraphrases you include. If the source is very long, summarize the part(s) most relevant to your research.

    3) RELEVANCY: Briefly, but specifically, provide one or more points from the source which you can use to answer your research question (even if you have already included some of this material in your summary). (2 marks for each entry)

    4) EVALUATION: Considering the qualities of currency, accuracy, authority, and purpose (and using the terms themselves), discuss the source’s best qualities as well as any potential drawbacks. Justify your assessments for example, if you say a source is strong in authority, explain what makes it so

    DUE TOMORROW PLEASE HELP

    English

    In your final essay analyze two short stories you have read this semester Place the two stories side by side and

    Question

    In your final essay, analyze two short stories you have read this semester. Place the two stories side by side and

    reflect upon both their similarities and differences. As you strategize on how to write about the chosen stories, consider what elements personally interested you most. The very best comparison/contrast essays are tightly focused on a single thesis (see the example student paper by Michelle Ortiz in your text, page 1926). Ortiz’s paper looks at how two characters (Miss Brill and Miss Emily) adapt, over time, to their respective environments.

    Where to start? Choose stories with something significant in common. A great place to formulate general thematic connections is the Index of Major Themes on page 2100 of your text. If there are no crucial similarities in the stories, your essay will most likely be awkward and valueless. Your chief decision will be to choose the correct stories to compare and contrast. Next, choose a focus. Keep in mind key aspects of fiction such as plot, character, setting, point of view, style and voice, symbolism, and literary maneuvers (be sure to use some of the money words you learned this semester). I am not only interested in the similarities and differences of major themes in each story. You might consider recognizing literary devices such as characterization, foreshadowing, simile, imagery, metaphor, personification, tone, etc. in your thesis if they apply. Do not feel you must address all or even some of these devices if your main thesis does not warrant it.

    Your essay must possess a solid thesis sentence. I will not look kindly on generalities, be specific (always) as you write in support of your main thesis. This statement should define your purpose and what examples you will use to illustrate that purpose. Be sure to use good transitions between paragraphs.

    In your essay, you must exemplify solid writing skills. As your professor, I do not want to stumble over poor syntax, spelling, and punctuation. No contractions, please.

    Divorce yourself from the material. Avoid the use of I. Pull away from yourself; write only about the work you analyze. Only spend the minimum time necessary on summary. Assume your reader (me) is well acquainted with each story you discuss.

    Basic Parameters:

    Assignment 1 Comparison and contrast –Final Essay
    quot;Isabel Allende’squot; small story, quot;The Judge’s Wife,quot; concentrates on two interesting characters,
    quot;Nicolas Vidal and…
    English

    Need a

    300 word journal on Amadeus film. need you to talk about the lighting, setting, visual effect, sound

    Question

    Need a 300 word journal on Amadeus film. need you to talk about the lighting, setting, visual effect, sound

    effect, cinematographer whatever related to the film.

    English Literature