ZiyansAssignment4

Ziyan Huang (Jerry)Assignment 4Brand PositioningProfessor GaurTarget audience:HR in Ping An Bank Co., Ltd. HRs (interviewers who hire people) from Ping An Bank are usually female, aged 30-40, who look friendly and easy-going. They are sophisticated and skeptic when checking people’s resumes and asking questions during interview. Usually, HRs care about four things: 1. Graduate school ranking. 2. Working experience in bank 3. Oral expression. 4. Personal character. They prefer people who are enthusiastic, energetic and hard-working. Q1: Compared to other people who also look for jobs in Ping An Bank, my points of paritywould be: 1. I have earned a master degree in a Top 40 U.S. graduate school. 2. I have some intern experience in another bank. My points of differentiationwould be: 1. I am confidence in speaking and self-expression. I can serve both Chinese and American clients because I speak fluent Mandarin and English. 2. I am energetic and hard-working. I always have passion in learning something new, which is a key for me to develop working skills. Q2: My brand essence: “Energetic, hard-working and modest.” Q3: Positioning statement:             Ziyan Huang is for employers from bank,  Who look for excellent employees. Ziyan Huang is an energetic, hard-working NYU graduate student,That has passion in developing new working skills. Because he can speak fluent Mandarin and English, And have one year working experience in China Merchant Bank, So that employers can trust him as a reliable candidate.

WkLeadershippowerpointQuestion

Please choose something that is easy to speak on. You can use the old student idea if you like, but mind plagiarism because  I will need to submit the power point through Turnitin.Reflect on how you might implement this change and how you might communicate this change to organizational leadership.The Assignment (5-6-minute PowerPoint presentation):Change Implementation and Management PlanCreate a narrated PowerPoint presentation of 5 or 6 slides with video that presents a comprehensive plan to implement the change you propose.Your presentation should be 5–6 minutes in length and should include a video with you as presenter.Your Change Implementation and Management Plan should include the following:An executive summary of the issues that are currently affecting your organization/workplace (This can include the work you completed in your Workplace Environment Assessment previously submitted, if relevant.)A description of the change being proposedJustifications for the change, including why addressing it will have a positive impact on your organization/workplaceDetails about the type and scope of the proposed changeIdentification of the stakeholders impacted by the changeIdentification of a change management team (by title/role)A plan for communicating the change you proposeA description of risk mitigation plans you would recommend to address the risks anticipated by the change you proposeRUBRIC Excellent Good Fair Poor Create a 5- or 6-slide narrated PowerPoint with video that presents a comprehensive plan to implement changes you propose. Your Change Implementation and Management Plan should include the following: ·An executive summary of the issues that are currently affecting your organization/workplace (this can include the work you completed in your Workplace Environment Assessment). · A description of the changes being proposed. · Justifications for the changes, including why addressing them will have a positive impact on your organization/workplace. 32(32%)- 35(35%) Presentation provides an accurate and detailed executive summary of the issues that are currently affecting an organization/workplace. Presentation accurately and completely describes in detail the changes being proposed. Presentation accurately and thoroughly details justifications for the changes, including a thorough and complete explanation of why addressing these changes will have a positive impact on the organization/workplace. 28(28%)- 31(31%) Presentation provides an accurate executive summary of the issues that are currently affecting an organization/workplace. Presentation accurately describes the changes being proposed. Presentation accurately justifies the changes, including an accurate explanation of why addressing these changes will have a positive impact on the organization/workplace. 25(25%)- 27(27%) Presentation provides an executive summary of the issues that are currently affecting an organization/workplace that is vague or inaccurate. Presentation describes the changes being proposed that is vague or inaccurate. Presentation vaguely or inaccurately justifies the changes, including a vague or inaccurate explanation of why addressing these changes will have a positive impact on the organization/workplace. 0(0%)- 24(24%) Presentation provides an executive summary of the issues that are currently affecting an organization/workplace that is vague and inaccurate, or is missing. Presentation describes the changes being proposed that is vague and inaccurate, or is missing. Presentation vaguely and inaccurately justifies the changes, including a vague and inaccurate explanation of why addressing these changes will have a positive impact on the organization/workplace, or is missing. · Details about the type and scope of the proposed changes. · Identification of the stakeholders impacted by the changes. · Identification of a change management team (by title/role). · A plan for communicating the changes you propose. · A description of risk mitigation plans you would recommend to address the risks anticipated by the changes you propose. 27(27%)- 30(30%) Presentation accurately and thoroughly details the type and scope of the changes proposed. Presentation accurately and clearly identifies the stakeholders impacted by the changes. Presentation accurately and completely identifies a change management by title/role that is detailed. Presentation accurately and thoroughly proposes a detailed plan for communicating the changes proposed. Presentation accurately and thoroughly describes in detail risk mitigation plans recommended to address the risks anticipated by the changes proposed. 24(24%)- 26(26%) Presentation accurately details the type and scope of the changes proposed. Presentation accurately identifies the stakeholders impacted by the changes. Presentation accurately identifies a change management by title/role. Presentation accurately proposes a detailed plan for communicating the changes proposed. Presentation accurately describes risk mitigation plans recommended to address the risks anticipated by the changes proposed. 21(21%)- 23(23%) Presentation details the type and scope of the changes proposed that is vague or inaccurate. Presentation identifies the stakeholders impacted by the changes that is vague or inaccurate. Presentation identifies a change management by title/role that is vague or inaccurate. Presentation proposes a detailed plan for communicating the changes proposed that is vague or inaccurate. Presentation describes risk mitigation plans recommended to address the risks anticipated by the changes proposed that is vague or inaccurate. 0(0%)- 20(20%) Presentation details the type and scope of the changes proposed that is vague and inaccurate, or is missing. Presentation identifies the stakeholders impacted by the changes that is vague and inaccurate, or is missing. Presentation identifies a change management by title/role that is vague and inaccurate, or is missing. Presentation proposes a detailed plan for communicating the changes proposed that is vague and inaccurate, or is missing. Presentation describes risk mitigation plans recommended to address the risks anticipated by the changes proposed that is vague and inaccurate, or is missing. Include an audio/video presentation that is 5–6 minutes in length with you as a presenter. 27(27%)- 30(30%) Audio and video recording accurately and completely summarizes the presentation responses. Audio and video recording is professional in nature and thoroughly addresses all components of the presentation. Presentation should be aesthetically organized and easy to follow with an introduction, purpose statement, and conclusion. 24(24%)- 26(26%) Audio and video recording adequately summarizes the presentation responses. Audio and video recording is professional in nature and adequately addresses the components of the presentation. 21(21%)- 23(23%) Audio and video recording vaguely, inaccurately, or incompletely summarizes the presentation responses. Audio and video recording may be professional in nature and somewhat addresses the components of the presentation. 0(0%)- 20(20%) Audio and video recording vaguely and inaccurately summarizes the presentation or is missing. Audio and video recording is not professional in nature and inaccurately and incompletely addresses the components of the presentation, or is missing. Written Expression and Formatting – English writing standards: Correct grammar, mechanics, and proper punctuation 5(5%)- 5(5%) Uses correct grammar, spelling, and punctuation with no errors. 4(4%)- 4(4%) Contains a few (1 or 2) grammar, spelling, and punctuation errors.

WEEK2ACTIVITY

WEEK 2: EXERCISE—ENCRYPTION ACTIVITYUse your favorite browser to accesshttps://www.cryptool.org(Links to an external site.). The FREE DOWNLOADS area on the top right of the page has three download options: CrypTool 1, CrypTool 2, and JCrypTool. Click on the CrypTool 1 link. Download the CrypTool 1.4.41 English version and install the software on your personal computer.Download theSEC280/Sec280Week2_Template.docx(Links to an external site.)and complete all four activities as explained in the Word document. You will need to capture screenshots and paste them into the Word document.Below is a video that can help you complete this assignment. Do not uninstall the CrypTool software from your computer until you complete Week 4’s exercise in two weeks.

Situationaudit

Situation AuditFor this project, you will be creating a situation audit of your own organization. You will prepare to conduct your audit over the next 12 steps of this project, during which you will review various aspects of your organization, including its mission, goals, and values. You will be given the opportunity to submit different parts of your audit for instructor feedback prior to submitting your final situation audit. Read the full description of the final deliverable and the steps to completion.Begin your situation audit by going to Step 1: Organize Your Work.When you submit your project, your work will be evaluated using the competencies listed below. You can use the list below to self-check your work before submission. 1.3: Provide sufficient, correctly cited support that substantiates the writer’s ideas. 1.6: Follow conventions of Standard Written English. 6.3: Analyze an organization’s internal strengths and weaknesses for strategic value. 6.4: Develop and recommend strategies for an organization’s sustainable competitive advantage. 8.1: Evaluate major business/organizational systems and processes and make recommendations for improvement. 8.3: Identify and distinguish among organizational structural types and their respective implications for performance. 9.1: Design organizational structures, systems, and processes that support the strategic goals of the organization. 9.2: Evaluate how human capital serves as a source of competitive advantage. 10.2: Analyze financial statements to evaluate and optimize organizational performance. 10.3: Determine optimal financial decisions in pursuit of an organization’s goals.Step 1: Organize Your WorkRead the final deliverable instructions below and consider how you will approach an audit of your own organization.Final Deliverable Instructions: A Situation Audit and Preliminary Analysis of Key FactorsYour boss has tasked you with preparing a situation audit that presents an overview of your organization (or an approved alternative). In this report, you’ll focus on analyzing several key internal factors that, taken together, provide a portrait of your organization. The information you will rely on for this report must be publicly available or available for review by faculty, as necessary.Format RequirementsUse the Situation Audit Template provided below. Your Situation Audit report will be 15 to 20 double-spaced pages, excluding a required cover page, a brief executive summary, and a list of references. SeeExecutive Summariesfor guidance on writing this section. You may also use appendices for helpful supplementary information, but these will not be included in the page limit for this report. UseAPA formattingfor in-text citations and references.Academic IntegrityAs you proceed through the steps to completion, be sure to read the materials provided in the embedded links—all are related to your project work. Cite any ideas you use from these materials in all course work you submit. By giving credit to the ideas of others in your work, you will build credibility in the minds of your readers and make your original thoughts stand out.“If I have seen further, it is by standing on the shoulders of giants.” —Sir Isaac NewtonNow that you have a better understanding of the project requirements, follow these guidelines:Read over these brief guidelines aboutconducting research on your organization. Discuss with your instructor any limiting factors you may encounter as you write this report. After you’ve discussed these issues with your instructor, if you believe it’s best for you to research an organization other than your own, please read this information aboutusing an outside organization.If necessary, schedule any meetings in advance with your organization’s personnel to obtain the necessary information.Use the step-by-stepSituation Audit Templateas your outline and guide for the entire report, start to finish.Next, proceed to Step 2, where you will write an overview description of your organization.Step 2: Establish Key Organizational FactsTo start, write a brief overview descriptioncreating an organizational fact sheetof your organization, including the following information: when it was established and by whom legal forms of organizationand tax status its current CEO its industry or industries its size its general purposeTypically, such overviews in a report of this size are no more than one page (approximately 250 to 300 words).Remember to apply the perspective of anoutside consultantto your analysis. Be as objective as possible. Also, consider the audience for this report: keystakeholdersincluding, board members, new employees, and anyone else who would benefit from this overview.When you have finished your overview description, proceed to Step 3, where you will identify the mission, vision, values, and goals of your organization.Step 3: Identify Mission, Vision, Values, and GoalsNow that you’ve identified the key facts about your organization, turn your attention to your organization’s mission, vision, values, and goals. Taken together, these elements can help drive organizational decisions, positively impact employee performance, and influence many of the other organizational components you’ll be examining for this report.The mission, vision, values, and goals should be reviewed periodically to determine whether adjustments are needed in light of key environmental factors or changes in the organization’s performance or capacity.Follow the steps below to analyze your organization’smission, vision, values, and goals:Find your organization’smissionand look at whether and how it has changed over time. If it has changed, what process changed it?Analyze the extent to which your organization’s mission (1) is well understood, (2) continues to inform key decisions, and (3) is well aligned with what the organization is actually doing.If your organization does not have a formal mission statement, readdeducing a mission.Analyze your organization’svisionandcore values. Consider whether the vision and core values are in alignment with and supportive of the organization’s mission. Are the vision and core values widely understood and accepted within the organization?If you cannot find formal statements about your organization’s vision or core values, readDeducing Vision and Core Values.Next, determine whether your organization practices strategicgoal setting. Analyze whether these goals are explained clearly and whether they make sense given the organization’s mission, vision, and values. In other words, look for alignment of mission, mission, values, and goals.When you have completed Step 3, submit your organizational overview and fact sheet and your organization’s mission, vision, values, and goals for review and feedback in the dropbox located in the last step of this project. Then proceed to Step 4.Step 4: Analyze Organizational Strategy and ObjectivesWhile it is important to have a clearly defined and well-understood mission, along with key goals, vision, and values, success is unlikely without corresponding actions guided by anorganizational strategywith measurable objectives.Your audit should include a brief overview of your organization’s strategy. Remember, this report will be used in part to orient new employees to the company, so you don’t need to conduct a detailed analysis. You will, however, have a chance to do a more thorough examination of these elements in future projects.Follow the guidelines below while working on this part of your report:Find and analyze your organization’s organizational strategy. For publicly traded companies, this should be relatively easy to locate, whichmay not be true for the organization where you work.If possible, confirm the process used in creating, reviewing, and revising these objectives, as well as who contributes and how.Include a preliminary evaluation of success in achieving objectives.Cite the tools and methods you used to reach your conclusions, such as thebalanced scorecard and key performance indicators (KPIs).When analyzing your organization’s strategy and objectives and their implications for performance, it is useful to consider critics of strategic planning who point out that very successful ventures sometimes result from a series of unintended or unexpected activities. Therefore, you will also want to be on the lookout for evidence that some of the successes realized by your organization may not be the result of a rational strategic planning process.Next, proceed to Step 5, where you will examine strategy types and competitive advantage.Step 5: Identify Strategy Types and Competitive AdvantageNow that you have reviewed your organization’s strategy and objectives, it is time to critically analyze the type or types of strategies your organization may be using, and include that analysis in your audit.Business Unit and Corporate StrategiesFirst, review the major types oforganizational strategies. Then, figure out which apply to your organization.Competitive AdvantageEven if your organization is successfully implementing its strategic and financial objectives, its activities may not be contributing tocompetitive advantage.Try to identify what your organization’s sources of competitive advantage are (if any) and present a preliminary assessment of the relative value of these advantages. You will have an opportunity to examine competitive advantage in greater depth later in your MBA program.Also, see if you can identify your organization’score competenciesand reach any supportable conclusions about whether they are used to achieve competitive advantage, and how.After your review of strategy types and competitive advantage, continue to Step 6, which examines organizational size and structure.Step 6: Determine Organizational Size and StructureLike strategy types and competitive advantage,organizational sizeand structure also have implications for accomplishing the organization’s mission, vision, goals, and objectives (MVGOs).Organizational SizeReview your organization’s size and determine how much it has changed over the last five years. Include in your audit an analysis of how your organization’s size impacts its ability to accomplish its strategic objectives.Organizational StructureOrganizational structure refers to the pathways that define who reports to whom. It is most easily discovered by studying an organizational chart. If your organization does not have a chart, or if the chart doesn’t reflect reality, readOrganizational Structurefor help constructing an organizational chart. Having a chart for your organization will be helpful in determining which of the numerous structural types best apply.Include in your report an analysis of whether the current structure aligns with and impacts the organization’s MVGOs and, if not, the likely consequences.When you have completed Steps 4, 5, and 6, submit your organizational strategy and analysis for review and feedback in the dropbox located in the last step of this project. Then proceed to Step 7.Step 7: Analyze Critical ResourcesNow that you’ve examined your organization’s big picture—MVGOs, size, and structure—you’re going to analyze the critical resources of your organization for inclusion in your report.Critical ResourcesAs you analyze your organization’s critical resources, follow the guidelines below:Consider whether your organization has the critical resources needed to accomplish its MVGOs, whether these are being used effectively, and whether they are being leveraged for competitive advantage.Read aboutresource-based theoryandresource dependency theoryto learn more about how and why certain resources may serve as a source of strength for an organization.Consider whether your organization has valuable, rare, inimitable, and nonsubstitutable (VRIN) resources(characteristics of resources)that it can use toward a competitive advantage, and whether these are sufficient given the market or markets in which your organization is operating.Types of Critical ResourcesAfter reading about each of the critical resources below, select the one critical resource you think is the most important for your organization to maintain its competitive advantage. Explain both why this particular critical resource was selected ahead of the others and why this critical resource is the most important of the critical resources to the maintenance or enhancement of your organization’s competitive advantage.human resourcesfinancial resourcestechnology resourcesbuildings and equipment(physical resources)other types of resources you consider important (e.g., information)When Step 7 is complete, prepare your findings for inclusion in the final report. Then proceed to Step 8.Step 8: Examine Leadership, Governance, and ManagementNow it’s time to shift your focus to the organization’s leadership. Management styles, leadership styles, and governance structures can have an immense impact on the daily experience of employees at all levels. Leadership can also positively or negatively affect the execution of all the elements you’ve studied thus far: strategy, resource allocation, competitive advantage, etc.Read the resources below and prepare a summary and analysis of how each principle applies to your organization. (If you believe one of these topics is not relevant for your organization, you may be able to skip it. Before making this decision, consult with your professor): management andleadership styles and effectiveness management control systems organizationalleadership governanceWhen you have completed Steps 7 and 8, submit them for feedback in the drop box located in the last step of this project. Then proceed to Step 9, where you will review the elements of a SWOT analysis.Step 9: Evaluate Strengths and WeaknessesAn analysis evaluating the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats, known as a SWOT analysis, is an important task when analyzing an organization’s situation, especially when the information is intended for use in strategy development and related decision making.For the purposes of this report, however, your interest is in internal organizational factors, and you will therefore focus on strengths and weaknesses.Review the elements of aSWOT analysis, concentrating on theSandWportions.Then use the results of your analyses in Steps 2 through 8 to help identify the strengths and weaknesses of your organization.When Step 9 is complete, prepare your findings for inclusion in your final report. Then proceed to Step 10.Step 10: Explore Capacity for Learning and ChangeThe last step before working on all your conclusions and recommendations for this report is to examine your organization’s capacity to learn and change. Learning organizations are organizations that systematically measure their performance against sound criteria and metrics and then take concrete actions to change and make improvements.However, organizations—and people—vary considerably in their ability to decide upon, implement, and manage change. Therefore, managing change is extremely important and often goes hand-in-hand with the desire to improve organizational performance.Think about your organization’s attempts to improve its performance in key areas. If the organization has tried to make changes in key areas, were the attempts a success or a failure? Explain the reasons you associate with the organization’s success in making changes or the organization’s failure to succeed. (If you cannot identify any attempts by your organization to make changes, think of a key area in your organization that could be improved and briefly explain the reasons you think your organization would succeed or fail if an attempt to make changes in that area was launched.) For further guidance, read these resources onorganizational changeandlearning organizations.When Step 10 is complete, prepare your findings for inclusion in your final report. Then proceed to Step 11.Step 11: Form Conclusions and RecommendationsIt’s time to wrap everything up. You will now finalize your situation audit report by making recommendations based on the conclusions and research that you’ve done.In priority order, with one (1) being the highest rank, list and explain, in no more than a few sentences for each conclusion, your report’s 3 to 5 most important conclusions. Follow each conclusion with a specific recommendation that is expressed in no more than a few sentences.Once discussed with senior management, these recommendations and conclusions may form the basis of future strategic plans and objectives for your organization.When you have finished this step, continue to Step 12 to submit your final situation audit report.Make a note of the recommended delivery dates in the table below and submit your situation audit report in the dropbox at the bottom of this page.The final deliverable should include the work from all steps above and should reflect the feedback you’ve received from your instructor on the interim deliverables that you’ve submitted. Step # Submission week Deliverable File-naming protocol Step 3 Week 2 Organizational overview/Fact sheet Mission, vision, values, and goals lastname_firstname_organizational_overview_factsheet.docx lastname_firstname_mission.docx Step 6 Week 3 Organizational strategy and analysis lastname_firstname_org_strategy_and_analysis.docx Step 8 Week 4 Critical resources Leadership, governance, management lastname_firstname_crit_resources.docx lastname_firstname_leadership_ governance_mangt_.docx Step 12 Week 5 Final situation audit report lastname_firstname_audit_ final_report.docx When you submit your project, your work will be evaluated using the competencies listed below. You can use the list below to self-check your work before submission. 1.3: Provide sufficient, correctly cited support that substantiates the writer’s ideas. 1.6: Follow conventions of Standard Written English. 6.3: Analyze an organization’s internal strengths and weaknesses for strategic value. 6.4: Develop and recommend strategies for an organization’s sustainable competitive advantage. 8.1: Evaluate major business/organizational systems and processes and make recommendations for improvement. 8.3: Identify and distinguish among organizational structural types and their respective implications for performance. 9.1: Design organizational structures, systems, and processes that support the strategic goals of the organization. 9.2: Evaluate how human capital serves as a source of competitive advantage. 10.2: Analyze financial statements to evaluate and optimize organizational performance. 10.3: Determine optimal financial decisions in pursuit of an organization’s goals.

Sampleseminar

English 101Sample Seminar PaperDirections: this assignment has two parts. The first part should be a summary of the assigned text(s). The second part should be your response to the texts. A response can include reflections, opinions, comparisons, and personal experiences. Each seminar should be 1.5-2 pages in length, depending on the length and complexity of the original text you are writing about. Be sure to include your name, class, date and assignment in the top left-hand quarter. Example: Summary Summary of “Seemed Like a Good Idea at the Time”Elizabeth Caruthers, author of “It Seemed like a Good Idea at the Time,” tells the story of her experience, as a young girl, of trying to develop a close relationship with her dad. She describes her father as a mysterious man, a doctor, who is “unforthcoming” about his profession. He is also discrete about his life away from home. So the author decides to enroll in a class that her dad plans to teach about the function of the heart. The class is provided by their local church. It turns out that there are only two students in the class:Elizabeth and her best friend, Ruthie. As her father asks questions and provides answers about the heart, Ruthie sits quietly in the class while Elizabeth dominates the discussion. She “pumps her arm” to get her dad’s attention and behaves very enthusiastically. Afterwards, she feels as though she had a great class with her dad. She feels they bonded well during the experience. However, later her mother says to her the importance of being a “quiet person,” which is when Elizabeth realizes that she had offended the sensibilities of her father, who thinks that young girls should be quiet. From the experience, Elizabeth learns to embrace her loud, enthusiastic personality. She even learns how to play the trumpet, an instrument she describes as “vulgar” and “loud.”Personal Response example: I thought the story “Seemed like a Good Idea at the Time,” by Elizabeth Caruthers, was important for anyone who has ever had an awkward relationship with their parents. Details such as how Elizabeth “pumped her arms” to get her dad’s attention reminded me of how I used to try to show off for my mom when I was learning how to swim. Growing up can be an uncomfortable, even embarrassing period. One time when I was at swimming lessons, I tried to dive backwards into the pool while waving at my mother in the bleachers. I landed oddly in the water and had to be rescued by the lifeguard…

PhonicsandWordRecognition

Phonics and Word Recognition: I Do, We Do, You DoPart 1: Phonics and Word Recognition: I Do, We Do, You Do Chart   Phonics/Word Recognition Concept Describe your chosen phonics/word recognition concept and aligning standards. The concept that has been selected in this case is decoding words with multisyllables. I DO Describe the direct instruction that you will use to teach your phonics and word recognition concept. WE DO Describe how you will work together to help your students to reach the learning task. YOU DO Describe the independent work the students will do based on the concept you taught. Students will be asked to repetitively read the chart. I will initiate discussions and engagements in the classroom to help students reach their learning tasks. Students will be asked to provide examples of You Do to make sure that they understand. Differentiation Describe differentiation strategies to utilize with the students chosen by your mentor teacher. The strategy that will be used in this case is to design learning lessons that fit the needs of multiple students. Assessment Describe an informal assessment that will help to monitor the effectiveness of the activity. An observation will be made to assess if the students are grasping the relevant knowledge or not. Part 2: Lesson ReflectionThe findings will be important in my future career because they will provide information on different areas. The first area focuses on all students. In this case, it will be easier to know if the lesson is appropriate for the students. A teacher has a role to promote the learning process of a student (Durwin & Moore, 2019). When a lesson proves to be easy, it is important to make it a bit complex to ensure that it challenges the mind of the student and at the same time, it helps the student to know. When the lesson is too complex, it means that the students will have a hard time understanding. It is for this reason why it is paramount to make sure that one gets to know more about how students respond to the lessons. The information will help me in the process of drafting lessons. I will be able to know the best approach to take to ensure that my teaching methods and strategies (Jennings, Moran, Knupp, Dwyer, & Hong, 2017). The findings will also help me to know the methods that work effectively in a diverse population. One of the tasks that have been provided is to design strategies that are aligned to the needs of students (Kim, 2018). In this case, it means that even the special students ought to be factored in. Based on the findings, it will be easier to know if the differentiation strategies worked or not. In case the strategies work, I will know that they are effective and in the future, I will not shy away from applying them. ReferencesDurwin, C. C., & Moore, D. (2019). Can Color-Coded Word-Families Flashcards Facilitate Word Recognition in Kindergarteners?.Reading Improvement,56(4).Jennings, L., Moran, R. R., Knupp, K., Dwyer, E. J., & Hong, H. (2017). Word Recognition Competency Activity forStudents.Illinois Reading Council Journal,45(4).Kim, S. (2018, September). Developing a Phonics Program Based on Onset-Rime Approach for Improving Young Learners’ English    Word Recognition and Reading. InVietTESOL International Convention 2018.

Outline_and_Rubric_Evaluation_Instructions_201940B1

Outline and Rubric Evaluation InstructionsYou have access to Office 365 for free as a Liberty University student. You are required to use this tool to complete this assignment. If you have not already done so, you can access your personal Office 365 account by going to www.liberty.edu/Office365. ASSIGNMENT OBJECTIVESTo develop an outline. Outline will contain an intro, thesis statement, three study strategies (main points), sub-points, and a conclusion with two new strategies to try.To evaluate your own work using a grading rubric.To successfully submit a .pdf document and a shareable link.IMPORTANT NOTESComplete this assignment using Microsoft Word ONLINE.  The tutorial presentations in the Week 5 will teach you how to set up Office 365, utilize OneDrive, and create the shareable link that you will need to submit.Review the presentations in the Assignment folder of Module/Week 5.PART 1: THE OUTLINETopic: Think about what study strategies have worked for you in the past and which ones have not.  Narrow your choices to three specific study strategies to use as your main points.  Examples would include flashcards, mnemonic devices, and reading aloud. Avoid broad topics such as test-taking skills or pre-reading strategies.Utilize the outline template on the next page to create your outline.  Your outline can be more detailed than the one below. Outline points and sub-points can consist of a phrase, sentence, quote, or reference; however, do not write full paragraphs. Be sure to erase any instructional text and insert your own content.  For instruction on how to create a strong, effective thesis statement, review this resource: https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/545/01/.  In particular, look at the example of an expository thesis statement.PART 2: THE RUBRICUse the rubric to evaluate your work. Complete the “Points Earned” column for each section. Be honest!Provide an explanation for points deducted and insights into what you did well. Note: If you don’t like your score, fix the outline and try again!PART 3: SUBMISSIONSave your outline and completed rubric as ONE .PDF file.  Open the assignment link and attach the .pdf file. Create a shareable link and copy and paste the link into the “Comments” textbox located right beneath where you attach the PDF file. Submit the assignment by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Monday of Module/Week 5.STUDY STRATEGIES OUTLINE I. Introduction A. Gain the reader’s attention with an story, anecdote, quotationB. Give details about previous experience.  What strategies have/have not worked?C. Thesis statement – A one-sentence preview of your three strategies. II. Body – In this section, outline 3 specific study/learning strategies that you have successfully used. The supporting evidence will be how you used the strategy and how/why it worked for you.A. Successful study strategy #1 1. Supporting evidence – How have you used this strategy? 2. Supporting evidence – How/why did it work for you? Successful study strategy #2 1. Supporting evidence – How have you used this strategy? 2. Supporting evidence – How/why did it work for you? Successful study strategy #3 1. Supporting evidence – How have you used this strategy? 2. Supporting evidence – How/why did it work for you? III. Conclusion A. Final thoughts on study strategiesB.  Conclusions you have drawn from your readings and experienceC.  New strategies to try1. New strategy #12. New strategy #2

ORGB2810AssignmentOneSummer2020

ORGB 2810 – Assignment One – Summer 2020 Required:Read the following scenarios and answer the five total questions that follow. Your submission should be NO LONGER THAN 2 PAGES.  Font size should be no smaller than 11pt.  Please use a reasonable font type (e.g. Calibri, Times New Roman).I would prefer if you submitted a Word document (not a PDF) The FILENAME SHOULD BE YOUR STUDENT NUMBER(S) and assignment numberExample:T00123456 – Assignment OneOn the first line of your submission, please type your STUDENT NUMBER (NO NAMES PLEASE)Example: T00123456 I don’t require a title page, so please don’t use one.You can incorporate bullet points into your answers if that helps.Number your answers or make it clear what question you are answering.A small percentage of your mark will be designated to your writing.  Your writing will not be scrutinized too hard (this isn’t an English course), but marks will be deducted if your writing is unclear and/or contains noteworthy issues in grammar and spelling.  (These errors would be forgiven on a test, but you have enough time to edit).Your assignment should be submitted to the designated drop box in Moodle by the due date.  If you are having problems submitting to the drop box, simply email me your assignment. Marks will be deducted if you violate these requirements.NOTE:  Each chapter will be worth roughly the same.  In other words, not all questions will be equally weighted.Chapter OneAt the end of the first chapter the textbook/slides discussed four contemporary management concerns.  Question1. What impact, if any, has COVID 19 (Corona Virus) had on those four concerns?  Chapter TwoA supervisor in a textile factory observes that one of her employees is violating a safety rule that could result in severe injury.  Questions1. What combination of reinforcement, punishment, and extinction could she use to correct this behaviour?  2. What does social cognitive theory suggest that she do to correct the behaviour?Chapter ThreeCase – Heavenly Sweets Ltd.Dave Hendricks looked at the latest sales figures with a great deal of delight. The vice-president of marketing at Heavenly Sweets Ltd., a large American candy manufacturer, was pleased to see that the marketing campaign to improve sagging sales of Heavenly’s organic chocolate brand was working. Sales volume and market share of the product had increased significantly over the past two quarters compared with the previous year.The improved sales of Heavenly’s organic chocolate could be credited to Juanita Diaz, who was assigned to the organic chocolate brand last year. Diaz had joined Heavenly less than two years ago as an assistant brand manager after leaving a similar job at a dairy products firm. She was one of the few nonwhite women in marketing management at Heavenly Sweets and had a promising career with the company. Hendricks was pleased with Diaz’s work and tried to let her know this in the annual performance reviews. He now had an excellent opportunity to reward her by offering her the recently vacated position of marketing research coordinator. Although technically only a lateral transfer with a modest salary increase, the marketing research coordinator job would give Diaz broader experience in some high-profile work, which would enhance her career with Heavenly Sweets. Few people were aware that Hendricks’ own career had been boosted by working as marketing research coordinator at Heavenly Sweets several years earlier.Juanita Diaz had also seen the latest sales figures on Heavenly’s organic chocolate and was expecting Hendricks’ call to set up a meeting that morning. Hendricks began the conversation by briefly mentioning the positive sales figures, and then explained that he wanted Diaz to take the marketing research coordinator job. Diaz was shocked by the news. She enjoyed brand management and particularly the challenge involved with controlling a product that directly affected the company’s profitability. Marketing research coordinator was a technical support position—a “backroom” job—far removed from the company’s bottom-line activities. Marketing research was not the route to top management in most organizations, thought Diaz. She had been sidelined.After a long silence, Diaz managed a weak “Thank you, Mr. Hendricks.” She was too bewildered to protest. She wanted to collect her thoughts and reflect on what she had done wrong. Also, she did not know her boss well enough to be openly critical.Hendricks recognized Diaz’s surprise, which he naturally assumed was her positive response to hearing of this wonderful career opportunity. He, too, had been delighted several years earlier about his temporary transfer to marketing research to round out his marketing experience. “This move will be good for both you and Heavenly Sweets,” said Hendricks, as he escorted Diaz from his office.Diaz was preoccupied with several tasks that afternoon, but was able to consider the day’s events that evening. She was one of the top women and few minorities in brand management at Heavenly Sweets and feared that she was being sidelined because the company didn’t want women or nonwhite people in top management. Her previous employer had made it quite clear that women “couldn’t take the heat” in marketing management and tended to place them in technical support positions after a brief term in lower brand management jobs. Obviously, Dave Hendricks and Heavenly Sweets were following the same game plan. Hendricks’ comments that the coordinator job would be good for her was just a nice way of saying that Diaz couldn’t go any further in brand management at Heavenly Sweets.Diaz now faced the difficult decision of whether to confront Hendricks and try to change Heavenly Sweets’ sexist and possibly racist practices or to leave the company.Questions Apply your knowledge of stereotyping and self-concept to explain what went wrong here. What other perceptual error(s) is(are) apparent in this case study?

MajorResearchProject1

English 2367Major Research ProjectArguing Your PositionValue: 30% of final gradeLength: At least 1,750 polished wordsFormat: MLA or APA format and appropriate format for the rhetorical situation you chooseDeadlines for Process Work and Drafts:  See the syllabus course scheduleNow that you have analyzed a specific argument—and then explored the various arguments—about your topic, you are now ready to compose your own argumentative text in support of your position on an issue associated with your topic. Your purpose will be to persuade others of your position on the issue.  Now that you have consulted sources and discovered answers to your research question, what is your position on a specific issue associated with your research topic?Your audience for this assignment does include your classmates and instructor, but more importantly also a more targeted audience of your choice whom you would like to persuade.  You’ll want to pay increased attention to your rhetorical situation in this assignment because while prewriting you will choose your specificpurpose, audience, stance, genre, and media/design; these choices will determine how you compose your research project and the effectiveness of the final product.  For example, you may choose to persuade (purpose) teachers (audience) that learning disabilities do not have such a negative effect on literacy acquisition in children (stance) in a professional organization’s newsletter (media/design), which means you’ll use APA format.  Or maybe you want to persuade in an entertaining way (purpose) children and their parents (audience) to read together every night (stance) in a video to children with a preface for parents (media/design), and you choose MLA format for the script.  You will need to determine to whom should you argue your position—who can respond, act on your argument?  How as a writer can you best persuade that audience?Criteria for EvaluationAs with all major assignments in the course, you will be evaluated using the standard English 2367 Writing Assignments Grading Rubric.  The following are additional major essay requirements specific to this assignment and genre:Present a clear and arguable position—include the thesis (statement of the topic + point of significance—overall claim) toward the end of the introduction.Include necessary background information on the issue topic.Offer good reasons—use various writing and development strategies. Provide convincing evidence using accurate, well-researched information from credible and relevant sources; at least six, but no more than ten, sources are to be used—at least four of these need to be secondary sources found through CSCC library research, but others may be primary (primary sources such as interviews, memoirs, government or organization web sites are optional and not required).  You may include any and all credible and relevant sources from your Critical Analysis.  Encyclopedia entries and web sites found using search engines like Google (.com, .org, .edu, etc.), are acceptable secondary sources for this assignment. Use MLA or APA format, depending on your chosen rhetorical situation.  Cite each source used both in the text with in-text citations and in a bibliography.Show patterns in and relationships among other arguments by synthesizing ideas.Appeal to readers’ values.Use a trustworthy tone.Include careful consideration of other positions—either throughout the project citing counterclaims or before concluding.Use appropriate media and design—if using video and/or audio, be sure to include a script that is at least 1,750 words long and follows MLA or APA format.

LawAssignmen3questions

Question 1Should Trade Wars Discharge Parties from Performing Their Contractual Obligations?If a contract is impractical to perform, the parties to the contract are discharged from performing, meaning that they have no further obligation under the contract. A court will discharge performance under a theory of impracticability whensomething unforeseen happens, after the parties enter into the contract, that makes the performance of the contract unreasonably difficult or expensive.Hypothetical Example: On November 1st, Curtis Condos contracts with Refrigerators R Us to supply and install 100 refrigerators in Curtis Condos’ new 100 unit condo building. In exchange, Curtis Condos will pay Refrigerators R Us $120,000. On November 14th, the U.S. government imposes a 30% increase on tariffs imposed on appliances delivered by China to the U.S. As a result of the tariffs, it will now cost Refrigerators R Us $30,000 more to perform its obligation under the contract. In your opinion, should the parties to this contract be discharged from performing on the basis of impracticability? Why or why not?Question 2 When is a contract unconscionable?Review this week’s assigned reading and print lecture regarding unconscionability, and consider the following scenario:Gil sells Jury a refrigerator on credit.  Jury speaks little English and the purchase contract, including the provisions regarding future installment payments, are printed in English.  Gil makes no attempt to translate or explain the contract.  In fact, he tells Jury that he is giving him the refrigerator practically for free because Gil earns a bonus of $100 for each refrigerator he sells. Do you think a court would enforce the contract?  Why or why not?Question 2Sydney lives in Los Angeles. She received an amazing job offer to move to New York City, so she is heading to the Big Apple. Sydney puts her home on the market to sell.On April 1st, Beatrice the Buyer enters into a contract with Sydney the Seller to buy Sydney’s house. The escrow period is set to close April 30th and Beatrice is set to receive the keys to her new home on April 30th. The house is perfect for Beatrice because it is located right next door to the home of Beatrice’s elderly mother. In looking for a new home, proximity to her mother’s home was Beatrice’s top priority. Beatrice looks forward to being able to easily check on her mom daily.On April 5th, Beatrice spends $10,000 to have Sydney’s home professionally inspected. On April 10th, Beatrice hires a moving/storage company for $10,000 and the company begins to pack up Beatrice’s current house (which is being sold).Unfortunately, Sydney learns the job offer in New York fell through. On April 25th, Sydney backs out of the contract with Beatrice– Sydney now wants to keep her house.1. Can Beatrice sue Sydney for breach of contract, requesting the remedy of specific relief– a court order requiring Sydney to honor the contract and sell the house to to Beatrice? What is Beatrice’s best argument for specific relief?[5points]Please write your answer in the text box provided.2. Instead of requesting specific relief, Beatrice sues Sydney for breach of contract requesting monetary relief (compensatory damages). What are Beatrice’s best arguments for monetary relief?[5 points]

IcheckedinatCPRW

I checked in at CPRW-10 on May 26, 2018. After four months at the command, I become the assistant section leader, and two months later, I was the section leader. I had many E-5 at the shop, but my leadership trusts me better for taking care of the shop. From Jun 2018-March 2019, I volunteered for over 175 hours of community service in different organizations. I graduated with my Associated Degree in computer study in 2019. I was the top one E-5 sailor at NSD in less than a year. I received an Early promotion evaluation on March 15, 2019. I won the Junior Sailor of Quarter in July 2019. During the MAP period of September 2019, I was surprised that my command did not put any MAP package for me, but did put two other sailors, who had less performance evaluation than me. One of those sailors gets promoted to First-class Petty Officer. I approached my Chief to find out why I did not get any MAP package submitted because two sailors they put the package for were MP’s sailors, and everyone knew who was better performing or did more achievement. He agreed` that base on performance and achievement, I was in a better position, but I was not chosen for two reasons: First: I 1id not take the advancement exam yet for first-class, so I was not qualified (No true because the MAP NAVADMIN said I need to be “IN-TIME RATE” to be qualified for MAP, and I was “INTIME IN RATE” at that moment). I confronted him, and he changed his statement that CO recommended that the sailor need to take the advancement test before he can submit a MAP package (There were no proof of that) The other reason is YNC Hamilton( SEL of the command) is supposed to PCS soon, and YN2 Cuente will take over ( this is the reason that they MAP YN2 Cuente TO YN1). YNC Hamilton is detaching the command on February 2021 and YN2 Cuente on August 2021( only six months difference)I decided that it is ok, and I need to perform better and get more achievement for the next MAP. In November, I was awarded the best sailor of the Month by the command’s Chiefs. I also won the Sailor of the Year for NSD and Hawaii Region in December. In January, I competed against Whidbey Island (Washington State) for CPRW 10’s Sailor of Year, and I won it. In March performance Evaluation, I was selected number one EP sailor (meaning that I am the # 1 Top E-5 sailor of the command).During the Advancement Exam on March 4, 2020, YNC Hamilton approached me, and he asked me ” Sawadogo, Why are you taking some much time in your exam, you know that we are trying to MAP you.” I was excited to hear that, and I rushed to finish my exam. The MAP board was performed on March 09, 2020. A month later, I asked my first class petty officer about the result because they did not want to tell me, and he said to me that he does know anything about the outcome. I asked another sailor from another command, and he told me that the result is out for the last three weeks. I called my first class to acknowledge him that I know the result is out. He told me that it is over his pay grade to talk to me about. ABFC Tootoo finally decided to speak to me about it, and he said to me that I deserve to be MAP, but there is a lot of politics at the chief level, and they don’t like him, and he did not have any power to fight for me. He also mentioned that even YNC Hamilton (the one who talk to me during my exam) did not vote for me. The command had two MAP billets for the March cycle 2020, and I was not able to get one of them after all my achievements. English is my second language, and it is the main reason that I have discriminated both times, because base on the facts, I deserve better than other sailors. I believed that the Navy establishes the MAP program to promote the top sailor who works hard and deserves it, not for the leadership to do politics and promote their sailor. Where is the equal opportunity? Also, since January 2019, I am the Department Career Counselor, Vice president of CSADD, Command Urinalysis Program coordinator.

Kings

Abdullah YesufHum 201.011Prof MeklerApril 1, 2019Gilgamesh and Sundiata: True kings  In the epics of Gilgamesh and Sundiata, there are two main characters of the same title. These characters are born in different parts of the world, have different upbringings, undertake different trials, cultivate different friends and listen to different advisors. Despite all these differences, both these characters have one thing in common; They are great kings. This is because both of them have three attributes that separate them from normal human beings and elevate them to legendary status. These attributes are, Strength, Wisdom/Cunning and the love and admiration of their subjects.  Both Gilgamesh and Sundiata possess incredible strength which enable them to perform incredible feats that elevate them in the eyes of their subjects and peers. Gilgamesh is described as a glorious man with perfect beauty and terrifying strength. “ Adad the god of the storm endowed him with courage, the great gods made hid beauty perfect, surpassing all others, terrifying like a great wild bull”(1). Some of the feats that performs that propel him into legendary status include killing Humbaba, the watchman of the forest; Humbaba was said to be armed with sevenfold terrors and equipped with jaws of death, but Gilgamesh is still able to overcome him. He is also able to kill the Bull of Heaven and travel through the mountain guarded by the man-scorpion and his mate. Sundiata is also just as strong as Gilgamesh in his own right. When he was just ten years of age he was able to lift a baobab tree and transport it to his mother, at eighteen he became the military leader of the kingdom of Mema and was already popular for his actions on the battlefield. He also uses his incredible strength to defeat Soumaoro kante, a very strong king. This strength enables Sundiata to be able to control Mali and neighboring lands.
Both kings also possess unnatural wisdom, which is evidenced in the way they handled their affairs. Gilgamesh shows wisdom when he is approached by Ishtar, the Goddess of Love. He acknowledges her beauty but refuses to be swayed by her advances because he understood that she brought disaster to all her lovers. This decision probably saves him from inevitable ruin. Gilgamesh’s wisdom helps him to rule his kingdom fairly and helps him bring an era of advancement and peace for his people. Sundiata also possess incredible wisdom, he is described as having great lucidity of mind (120) and this is evidenced by the countless tactics he employed during his numerous battles especially in his quest to retake his homeland. Sundiata’s exceptional wisdom helps just as much as his awesome strength in the course of his life
Most importantly both kings enjoy the love and admiration of the people. Gilgamesh is loved and adored by his people despite his early transgressions. “Gilgamesh sounds the tocsin for his amusement, his arrogance knows no bounds by day or night. No son is left with is father, for Gilgamesh takes them all; and is this the king, the shepherd to his people?” (1). This is evidenced by the reaction of his people to his death. “ For Gilgamesh, son of Ninsun, they weighed out their offerings; his dear wife, his son, his concubine, his musicians, his jester, and all his household; his servants, his stewards, all who lived in the palace weighed out their offerings for Gilgamesh the son of Ninsun, the heart of Uruk” (28). Sundiata on the other hand is loved because of his kind heart and his sense of justice, he is also greatly admired and respected because of his aura of authority which was within him since childhood. Sundiata is described as a king who is “feared because he has power, but knows how to wield it and is loved because he loved justice” (142).  These attributes explained above illustrate why Gilgamesh and Sundiata are Great kings. Despite having some flaws and a few moments of bad judgement: during the time of their rule there was peace and prosperity in their respective lands and their subjects also felt safe. Works CitedThe Epic of Gilgamesh.English Version by N. k. Sandars Penguin Classics ISBN 0 140 044.100X pp. 61-125.Niane, D.T. “An epic of old mali.”. Humanities in ancient and pre modern world Edited by Wendell Jackson, et al. Pearson, 1999, pp 103-48

HowtoWriteanExplication

How to Write an Explication:  A TemplateParagraph 1 and 2:  Introduce the author, the poem and the background for the poem. You might have to do a little research.  For example, there is a story behind the William Carlos Williams poem, “The Red Wheelbarrow” that you might use in your introduction. Or you might look at the cultural or poetic background behind the author and their works.  Or you might ignore all this background and go straight into your analysis.You might also want to include your thesis at the end of these paragraphs.  This thesis is what you want the reader to get out of the poem.  In my poem, after I have run through all the checklist, I realized that what I wanted the reader to understand is that the poet is exploring “power” on many levels.  I will use what I discovered in my checklists to prove my point: this poem is ultimately about the power of poetry itselfChecklists:  You will use your checklists to convey what you think the poem intends generally but also specifically.  For example, my analysis of the railroad engine’s power comes from the checklist on symbols.  You won’t use all the checklists.  I would be happy if you used three or four of the most meaningful ones.  This is the body of the paper , perhaps paragraphs  three to eight.Other information:  you can do some research as to what others have said about the poem, but it is not required. Conclusion:  A paragraph or two to sum up what you have already said about the poem, to restate your thesis, and to even suggest anything else that didn’t quite fit in your paper but that you think is important. Citation:  Please use MLA citation in your Works Cited page.Other resources:https://writingcenter.unc.edu/tips-and-tools/poetry-explications/https://courses.lumenlearning.com/englishcomp2kscopex92x2/chapter/poetry-explication/https://sites.google.com/a/ccpsnet.net/mrs-curran-s-english-12/home/essay-assignments/poetry-explication-paper

Business and English Assignments

Hello,You will find the requirement for the assignment in the attachment.All instruction in each file.each assignment in different subject.For English file I need the topic (Omanisation).I need it within 24 Hrs.Thank you11/05/202030businessfinance

“English Corrections &amp

Comparative Criminal Justice”3 Discussion Questions & 3 Student Responses … 1 short assignment in Comparative Criminal Justice 2-3 pages and 1 short assignment in English use the WK3 word document to answer questions. Needed by Friday April 24, 2020 at 7pm … original work only., no plagiarism, no cut and paste…. Thank youCRJ330WK3DQ.docxCRJ330Chapter4ChooseACountry.pptCRJ330WK3ASSIGN1.docxENG315WK3PE2.docxWk3_FAQ.docxENG315WK3DQ.docxCRJ410WK3DQ.docxPosted: 21 hours agoDue: 24/04/2020Budget: $55Tags: englishcorrectionsCriminal JusticeAnswers 1College Research (Not rated) (Not rated)Chat20 hours agoPurchase the answer to view itAnswerDocument.docxTry it first(plagiarism check)Buy answer $40Bids 91Dr. Michelle_KMMusyokionesMISS HILLARYGrace GradesGuru OliviaMadem_JenniferRewrick PatandThe QuA lityAmanda Smithabdul_rehman_hassan0906Megan TillmanAmerican TutorAsad UllahGuruu MathEssays GuruDaniel JohnsonDr. AmeerahBridget YoungDr. ElahiDr.Qura-tul-ainAgher EditorRanchoddas Chanchad PhDElprofessoriMathStat GeniusMalik TutorPROF. ANNQuality AssignmentsWIZARD_KIMStano 001DexterMasterssmart-tutorMaster WorkerProff work phd Emily Michaelrunge-kutta acerCatherine OwensUrgent Tutorbrilliant answersProf.MacQueenUNDISPUTED GEEKPaula HogAngelina MayMichelle OwensEva GreenTutor Cyrus KenChrisProfCasey CeliaRESPECT WRITERwork solutionsProf. ClariseNursing_Missquality work for allDrNicNgaoWendy LewisPhd christineJenny BoomMiss ProfessorMiss Lynnkim woodsprof avrilRey writerTerry RobertsSasha SpencerCotton CandyTiny ChrisSaburBAdrian MonroeExpert AhmedAbdullah AnwarSaad FahimA-Grade Writerfirstclass tutorimhmd.fphyllis youngansRohanJen Tech1Jessica LuisQuickly answer Harris KhansuniyaziaTutor-paulaMiss_AqsaElaine CarterGuruWriter24Expert_Christineperfect hamzaabookideakatty_julietprincelywritersHawks EyeOther questions 1010 questions about a poem need to be answered from someone who is good in poetry. week8Research topics in health Administration mohmohBus Ethics – Paper Drugs, Behavior, and SocietyModul 4 & 5 course projectsI need this done by Saturday… APA Formatres351_r1_understanding_business_research_terms_and_concepts_part_twoweek 7 financeNot rated5 full page overview and 125 word summary at the end after reference page5 page minimum overview of the chapter and powerpoint provided. As well as giving your thought and opinion regarding certain subjects. Making statements showing that you have a understanding of …24/04/202055english

Helpp

Demonstrate how effective team building optimizes the implementation of strategic planning.You are the administrator of a clinic with 50 employees. You have been tasked with facilitating discussion with other health professionals in your clinic to select a new EHR system, Make judgments in support of established criteria and/or standards, and help the team decide which will be implemented across the organization. Please complete the assignment as indicated in the instructions below.Part 1Construct and recommend a plan to build 1-2 effective teams to appraise and assess and select a new EHR system for the clinic. Determine the professional roles that should be represented on your team(s). You should be prepared for possible disagreements regarding priorities and processes, so your plan must include at least three (3) team/consensus building methods.Part 2Evaluate the concepts of change management theories, techniques, and leadership by assessing typical challenges seen with implementing a new EHR system across an organization. Your evaluation should demonstrate that you have considered how a transition to EHR would result in the need to plan for change management interventions. Provide two (2) examples of challenges arising from EHR adoption and detail the change management theories that you would enact to overcome resistance to change.Part 3Recommend implementation of a departmental strategic plan by detailing at least two (2) areas of risk exposure mitigation, organizational or process redesign, training, or communication strategy, as they relate to EHR implementation.Part 4Evaluate and interpret the purpose of the procurement process. What are the purposes of the Request for Proposal (RFP), the Request for Information (RFI) and the Request for Quotation (RFQ)? Provide detail for when and how to use each to help an HCO more fully identify its needs and the issues involved with planning for significant projects or purchases.Minimum Submission Requirements This Assessment should be a Microsoft Word (minimum 1000 words) document, in addition to the title and reference pages. Respond to the questions in a thorough manner, providing specific examples of concepts, topics, definitions, and other elements asked for in the questions. Your submission should be highly organized, logical, and focused. Your submission must be written in Standard English and demonstrate exceptional content, organization, style, and grammar and mechanics. Your submission should provide a clearly established and sustained viewpoint and purpose. Your writing should be well ordered, logical and unified, as well as original and insightful. A separate page at the end of your submission should contain a list of references, in APA format. Use your textbook, the Library, and the internet for research. Be sure to cite both in-text and reference list citations where appropriate and reference all sources. Your sources and content should follow proper APA citation style. Review the writing resources for APA formatting and citation found in Academic Tools. Additional writing resources can be found within the Academic Success Center. Your submission should: include a cover sheet; be double-spaced; be typed in Times New Roman, 12 -point font; include correct citations be written in Standard English with no spelling or punctuation errors; and include correct references at the bottom of the last page. Quoting should be less than 10% of the entire paper. Paraphrasing is necessary. Students must cite and reference at least 4 credible sources. If work submitted for this competency assessment does not meet the minimum submission requirements, it will be returned without being scored.09/05/202025businessfinance

English

Same-sex MarriageExamining either article on same-sex marriage (see Course Readings section ofBlackboard), briefly reconstruct the argument of the author in its most basic form.250 wordsAPAWell cited10/05/20204english

Works Cited Page and Annotated Bibliography practice

InstructionsWrite a Works Cited entry followed by an Annotated Bibliography of the article, “Teens Who Spend less Time in Front of Screens are Happier” from the Washington Post newspaper. Upload your completed work to the corresponding drop box. Be sure to review the sample annotated bibliography in D2L and also in Purdue University’s OWL: https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/614/03/09/05/202020english

Week 8 Assignment Journal

Week 8 Assignment: JournalSubmit Assignment Due Saturday by 11:59pm Points 35 Submitting a file uploadRequired ResourcesRead/review the following resources for this activity: Textbook: Chapter 16 LessonIntroductionRemember – these journal questions require more thinking than writing. Think about exactly what you are asked to do, and then write as economically as possible.Instructions Critical Thinking Go back to your very first journal entry – review your definition of critical thinking. After studying critical thinking for the past eight weeks, would you change your definition in any way? If yes, how and why? If no – if it was perfect – what parts of the text were best reflected in your definition? Heart of the Matter Recall in your first journal entry that you discussed the authors’ statement that the concepts in Chapters 12, 13 and 14 were “the heart of the matter.” After having studied those chapters, answer again, with renewed understanding, the question posed there: Why do you think the authors find these concepts important to critical thinking? Ethical Decision-Making The lecture claims that an argument is no good unless it has a “strong and reasoned ethical base.” Do you agree that ethics is an essential element of a good argument? If yes, why? If no, why not? Looking Forward Do you believe that you now know everything you need to know about critical thinking – or is learning to think critically a life-long task? Explain your answer. Writing Requirements (APA format) Length: 2-3 pages (not including title page or references page) 1-inch margins Double spaced 12-point Times New Roman font Title page References pageGradingThis activity will be graded using the Journal Grading Rubric.Course Outcomes (CO): 1, 3, 4, 6Due Date: By 11:59 p.m. MT on SaturdayRubricJournal Grading Rubric – 35 ptsJournal Grading Rubric – 35 ptsCriteriaRatingsPtsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeLength5.0 ptsMeets length requirement0.0 ptsDoes not meet length requirement5.0 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeContent Reflection15.0 ptsReflection demonstrates a high degree of critical thinking in applying, analyzing, and evaluating key course concepts and theories from readings, lectures, media, discussions activities, and/or assignments. Insightful and relevant connections made through contextual explanations, inferences, and examples.12.75 ptsReflection demonstrates some degree of critical thinking in applying, analyzing, and/or evaluating key course concepts and theories from readings, lectures, media, discussions activities, and/or assignments. Connections made through explanations, inferences, and/or examples.11.25 ptsReflection demonstrates limited critical thinking in applying, analyzing, and/or evaluating key course concepts and theories from readings, lectures, media, discussions, activities, and/or assignments. Minimal connections made through explanations, inferences, and/or examples.9.0 ptsReflection lacks critical thinking. Superficial connections are made with key course concepts and course materials, activities, and/or assignments.0.0 ptsLittle or no reflection; copies or repeats text or lecture.15.0 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomePersonal Growth10.0 ptsConveys strong evidence of reflection on own work with a personal response to the self-assessment questions posed. Demonstrates significant personal growth and awareness of deeper meaning through inferences made, examples, well developed insights, and substantial depth in perceptions and challenges. Synthesizes current experience into future implications.8.5 ptsConveys evidence of reflection on own work with a personal response to the self-assessment questions posed. Demonstrates satisfactory personal growth and awareness through some inferences made, examples, insights, and challenges. Some thought of the future implications of current experience.7.5 ptsConveys limited evidence of reflection on own work in response to the self-assessment questions posed. Demonstrates less than adequate personal growth and awareness through few or simplistic inferences made, examples, insights, and/or challenges that are not well developed. Minimal thought of the future implications of current experience.6.0 ptsConveys inadequate evidence of reflection on own work in response to the self-assessment questions posed. Personal growth and awareness are not evident and/or demonstrates a neutral experience with negligible personal impact. Lacks enough inferences, examples, personal insights and challenges, and/or future implications are overlooked.0.0 ptsNo evidence of reflection.10.0 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeWriting Quality5.0 ptsWell written and clearly organized using standard English, characterized by elements of a strong writing style and basically free from grammar, punctuation, usage, and spelling errors.4.25 ptsAbove average writing style and logically organized using standard English with minor errors in grammar, punctuation, usage, and spelling.3.75 ptsAverage and/or casual writing style that is sometimes unclear and/or with some errors in grammar, punctuation, usage, and spelling.3.0 ptsPoor writing style lacking in standard English, clarity, language used, and/or frequent errors in grammar, punctuation, usage, and spelling. Needs work.0.0 ptsLacks coherence; errors in grammar, usage and spelling interfere with readability and understanding to significant degree.25/04/202012appliedsciences

1520 Lines Poem needed

Assignment 1: It is a simple poem assignment, the teacher will not grade it tough. Please use my experience about learning SAT and TOFEL test in two months and succeed got ucla’s offer finally to write a 15-20 lines poem. In the poem you can describe that how hard to learn a second language in 2 month. Study day and night. 20,000 vocabularies need to remember. Even though for native speaker students, SAT is also a tough test for them. However, I study to learn these two tests from I only know a little bit English and finally got 1460/1600 in SAT. My parents and teachers are so proud of me. The poem does not to be perfect. Just try your best to write as good as you can.Assignment 2: For this post, discuss: What is the relationship between marriage, monogamy, and power? Please reference the Spade article in your post.(Below is the reading that for assignment2)08/05/202023literature

Source Eval

Touchstone 2.1: Evaluate a SourceASSIGNMENT: For this essay, you will select one of the sources you have found through your preliminary research about your research topic. Which source you choose is up to you; however, it should be substantial enough that you will be able to talk about it at length, and intricate enough that it will keep you (and your reader) interested.The introduction of this paper will involve introducing the source: Provide the author, the title, and the context (where you found the source, where it was originally published, who sponsored it, etc.)You will then go on to evaluate the source on two levels: Credibility: Using the information in this unit as a guide, evaluate the source’s authenticity and reliability. Look at all the information that you can find about the source to establish the author’s (or sponsor’s) trustworthiness. Usefulness: Using a combination of summary and analysis, examine the source on a critical level. Determine what the source’s purpose (thesis) is, and how it arrives at that goal. Examine its value to you and the project you are working on. How will it help you prove your own points? How might it come in handy to back up a claim (or address a counter-claim)?Finally, you will include a conclusion which shows your final assessments on both counts.Sample TouchstoneA. Assignment GuidelinesDIRECTIONS: Refer to the list below throughout the writing process. Do not submit your Touchstone until it meets these guidelines.1. Source IdentificationThe introduction of this paper will be introducing the source:❒ Have you provided the author’s name?❒ Have you provided the source title?❒ Have you provided the context (where you found the source, where it was originally published, who sponsored it, etc.)?2. Source Evaluation❒ Have you provided a judgment on the source’s credibility?❒ Have you used specific examples from the source to illustrate your judgment on credibility?❒ Have you provided a judgment on the source’s usefulness?❒ Have you used specific examples from the source to illustrate your judgment on usefulness?3. Reflection❒ Have you answered all reflection questions thoughtfully and included insights, observations, and/or examples in all responses?❒ Are your answers included on a separate page below the main assignment?B. Reflection QuestionsDIRECTIONS: Below your assignment, include answers to all of the following reflection questions. What types of questions did you ask yourself when evaluating the credibility and usefulness of your source? (2-3 sentences) How do you feel this evaluation practice will help you as you continue to move through the research process? (2-3 sentences)C. RubricAdvanced (90-100%)Proficient (80-89%)Acceptable (70-79%)Needs Improvement (50-69%)Non-Performance (0-49%)Thesis StatementProvide a clear thesis statement with sufficient support.The thesis statement consists of an original observation that is clear, focused, and well-supported.The thesis statement consists of an original observation that is adequately supported.The thesis statement consists of an identifiable main idea that is generally supported.The thesis statement consists of an identifiable main idea, but it is not not well supported or does not match most of essay’s content.The thesis statement is missing or completely unsupported.Evidence and AnalysisEvaluate a single source based on the characteristics of credibility and usefulness.The analysis includes specific examples from the text as support; claims for credibility and usefulness are fully developed.The analysis includes examples from the text as support; claims for credibility and usefulness are adequately developed.The analysis includes some examples from the text, though they potentially vague or abstract; claims for credibility and usefulness are established but need further development.The analysis includes one or two examples from the text, but they are of a vague, abstract nature; claims for either credibility or usefulness are missing.The analysis includes little to no examples for support; there are no established claims for either credibility or usefulness.OrganizationExhibit competent organizational writing techniques.Presents all of the required components of a source evaluation essay, including an engaging introduction with background information and a clear thesis, a body paragraph or paragraphs addressing the source’s credibility, a body paragraph or paragraphs addressing the source’s usefulness, and a conclusion with a concluding statement.Presents all of the required components of a source evaluation essay, including an introduction with background information and a clear thesis, a body paragraph or paragraphs addressing the source’s credibility, a body paragraph or paragraphs addressing the source’s usefulness, and a conclusion with a concluding statement.Presents nearly all of the required components of a source evaluation essay; however, one component is missing.Presents most of the required components of a source evaluation essay, but is lacking two components; sequences ideas and paragraphs such that the connections between ideas (within and between paragraphs) are sometimes unclear and the reader may have difficulty following the progression of the essay.Lacks several or all of the components of a source evaluation essay; sequences ideas and paragraphs such that the connections between ideas (within and between paragraphs) are often unclear and the reader has difficulty following the progression of the essay.StyleEstablish a consistent, informative tone and make thoughtful stylistic choices.Demonstrates thoughtful and effective word choices, avoids redundancy and imprecise language, and uses a wide variety of sentence structures.Demonstrates effective word choices, primarily avoids redundancy and imprecise language, and uses a variety of sentence structures.Demonstrates generally effective style choices, but may include occasional redundancies, imprecise language, poor word choice, and/or repetitive sentence structures.Frequently includes poor word choices, redundancies, imprecise language, and/or repetitive sentence structures.Consistently demonstrates poor word choices, redundancies, imprecise language, and/or repetitive sentence structures.ConventionsFollow conventions for standard written English.There are only a few, if any, negligible errors in grammar, punctuation, spelling, capitalization, formatting, and usage.There are occasional minor errors in grammar, punctuation, spelling, capitalization, formatting, and usage.There are some significant errors in grammar, punctuation, spelling, capitalization, formatting, and usage.There are frequent significant errors in grammar, punctuation, spelling, capitalization, formatting, and usage.There are consistent significant errors in grammar, punctuation, spelling, capitalization, formatting, and usage.ReflectionAnswer reflection questions thoroughly and thoughtfully.Demonstrates thoughtful reflection; consistently includes insights, observations, and/or examples in all responses, following or exceeding response length guidelines.Demonstrates thoughtful reflection; includes multiple insights, observations, and/or examples, following response length guidelines.Primarily demonstrates thoughtful reflection, but some responses are lacking in detail or insight; primarily follows response length guidelines.Shows limited reflection; the majority of responses are lacking in detail or insight, with some questions left unanswered or falling short of response length guidelines.No reflection responses are present.D. RequirementsThe following requirements must be met for your submission to be graded: Composition must be 2-3 pages (approximately 500-750 words). Double-space the composition and use one-inch margins. Use a readable 12-point font. All writing must be appropriate for an academic context. Composition must be original and written for this assignment. Plagiarism of any kind is strictly prohibited. Submission must include your name, the name of the course, the date, and the title of your composition. Include all of the assignment components in a single file. Acceptable file formats include .doc, .docx, and .pdf. E. Additional ResourcesThe following resources will be helpful to you as you work on this assignment: Purdue Online Writing Lab’s APA Formatting and Style Guide This site includes a comprehensive overview of APA style, as well as individual pages with guidelines for specific citation types. Frequently Asked Questions About APA Style This page on the official APA website addresses common questions related to APA formatting. The “References,” “Punctuation,” and “Grammar and Writing Style” sections will be the most useful to your work in this course. APA Style: Quick Answers—References This page on the official APA Style website provides numerous examples of reference list formatting for various source types. 13/05/202050english

Approaches to Measuring Technological Progress Essay

Unless otherwise stated, answer in complete sentences, and be sure to use correct English spelling and grammar. Sources must be cited in APA format. Your response should be four (4) pages in length; refer to the “Assignment Format” page for specific format requirements.section titled “Approaches to Measuring Technological Progress.”write a short compare-and-contrast essay that defines and explains three distinct perspectives on the evolution of technology. As you write, imagine you are talking to a friend who has no knowledge of this topic. In short, write the way you speak, using a conversational tone. Also, try to alternate short sentences and longer sentences to make your writing more readable.Your essay should include five paragraphs, as follows: Paragraph 1 is your lead paragraph. It will contain an overview of what you have to say in comparing and contrasting the perspectives of Gerhard Lenski, Leslie White, and Alvin Toffler with respect to the evolution of technology. Paragraphs 2, 3, and 4, are your body paragraphs. In your essay, use paragraph 2 to describe the perspective of Gerhard Lenski. In paragraph 3, you’ll write about the perspective of Leslie White. In paragraph 4, you’ll describe and discuss the perspective of Alvin Toffler. Paragraph 5 is your summary and conclusion. Here, you’ll compare the three perspectives to show how they are, or may be, similar. You’ll contrast the three perspectives to describe how they’re different. You’ll end this process–and your essay–by expressing your view as to which of these theorists (one or more) offer the most useful insights into the evolution of technology, in your opinion.Posted: a day agoDue: 27/04/2020Budget: $40Answers 1College Research (Not rated) (Not rated)Chat19 hours agoPurchase the answer to view itAnswerDocument.docxTry it first(plagiarism check)Buy answer $30Bids 84Dr. Michelle_KMDr. AmeerahProf Double RGrace GradesAmanda SmithKATHERINE BECKSEssay-tutorPROF. ANNPaula HogGabriella MalkAmerican TutorMusyokionesRESPECT WRITERhassan0906ElprofessoriEARNESTWRITERQuickly answer abdul_rehman_bennetsandovaDaniel Johnsonmichael smithrunge-kutta acerwork solutionsDr. ElahiDr Willymartinssmart-tutorJessica Luisquality work for allDr Candice_2547MathStat GeniusUrgent TutorMaster Workerjuliusmu33RihAN_MendozaEmily MichaelMichelle Owenskim woodsANN HARRISbrilliant answersCatherine OwensDr R Judy MarkNursing_MissJenny BoomTutor Cyrus KenWendy LewisDr_Hakuna_MatataUNDISPUTED GEEKCasey CeliaProf. ClariseTiny ChrisRey writerSaburBProff work phd Eva GreenBrilliant Geekimhmd.fphyllis youngDr.Sanam sheikhCotton CandyAngelina MayansRohanTutorJoeKimAgher EditorAbdullah AnwarExpert AhmedSaad Fahimfirstclass tutorMiss ProfessorProf.ChachaJen Tech1CourseCrackerHarris KhanA-Grade WritersuniyaziaElaine CarterTutor-paulaTop-PerformerGuruWriter24Expert_ChristineAmerican Academic Writer 1Hawks EyeThe Knightkatty_julietResearch GeniusOther questions 10SProject: Outline of Prospectus DraftSelecting Members of your Dissertation CommitteeActivitiesSolvingBUS 599 Week 5 Assignment Corporate Culture Leadership Actions for Strategy Implementation Southwest AirlinesI need assistance with the assignmentVenture Capital Investment Assessment HomeworkMAT 221 Week 2 Inequalities AssignmentGlobalization and religious fundamentalismRated 1 timesCompare and Contrast EssayPerspectives on the Evolution of TechnologyUnless otherwise stated, answer in complete sentences, and be sure to use correct English spelling and grammar. Sources must be cited in APA …Not ratedAssignment 8Directions: Be sure to make an electronic copy of your answer before submitting it to Ashworth College for grading. Unless otherwise stated, answer in complete sentences, and be sure to use correct …27/04/202040environmentalscience

Strategy Of Teaching Vocabulary

1. Choose one strategy from your required reading that you would utilize to teach vocabulary. Explain why this strategy would be effective for an English language learner.14/05/20205appliedsciences

English Essay Characteristic for Success

Use below my words keys to be sucessI think to be successful I must have determination, patience along with perseverance. By doing so I must be a person with a strong desire to succeed and achieve what I want in life. I should keep good behavior towards others and be aware of the consequences of my actions and be disciplined, mature, and use them thoughtfully.Major Writing AssignmentNote: It is essential to follow the Writing Process; do not skip steps as this will cost you time in the long run.Topic: Characteristics of successful studentsORWhat characteristics are essential for success in college, career, and in life.Audience: Teens through adultsAssignment: (Minimum of 4 typed pages; maximum 6 typed pages: Times New Roman, 12, default 1” margins)Identify qualities or characteristics that successful students exhibit or need to develop. Select 4-5 of these characteristics and write an essay in which you discuss each of these characteristics and to what extent you exhibit them. · Begin by reading the directions carefully.· Begin brainstorming by making a list of different characteristics or traits. Then select 4-5 that you feel you already have. Or select 2-3 that you already have and 1-2 that you need to work on.· Once you have identified the characteristics you will be writing about, start jotting down ideas to develop these characteristics. You might want to have 4 pages – one for each characteristic when you brainstorm ideas.· Review your notes and answers, group some ideas together, add more ideas or delete some ideas· Analyze your notes, highlight or circle several ideas that you think are related and that you feel are important to you. ONLY choose those ideas and examples that you feel strongly about, quality ideas that your reader will find interesting or ideas that are not plain basic statements or universal truths.· Based on your pre-writing and ideas, generate a working thesis statement following the formula:o Topic your opinion reasons why the reader should agree with you or accept your opinion ORo Topic attitude list of specific characteristics you will be discussing· Create an outline before beginning to draft your essay. The outline format example is on the back of this document. Make sure you follow the MLA guidelines formatting your outline and your essay.· Remember, the more you think, plan, and organize, the easier it will be to write the actual essay.I. IntroductionA. Attention-getter/hook your reader – use a quote, an anecdote, a story, or some interesting factsB. Provide some general background about the topicC. State your Claim = thesis statement (the last sentence in your introduction)II. Body paragraphs. For this paper you will have 4-5 depending on how many characteristics you have selectedA. Body paragraph 1 – focus on ONE characteristic ONLY1. Topic sentence2. Explain your characteristic;3. Close your paragraphB. Body paragraphs 2-4 or 2-5 – follow the same pattern as you did for body paragraph 1III. Conclusion – wrap up your paper.A. For inspiration look at your introduction and see how you bring closure to some of your ideas,B. restate your thesis statement/claim,C. summarize your body paragraphs in 1-2 sentences.D. If you are stuck, ask a friend to read your paper and tell you what it is about in his/her own words. Write those words down and see if you can get inspired IV. Submit your Annotated Bibliography assignment here. It will have to be one file – see examples using the links I posted last week. Your file has to be saved in Word OR if you are using Mac computer, save your file in .rtf format. If I cannot open your file, I will not be able to grade it.18/05/202020english

International Association of Crime Analysts

Visit the International Association of Crime Analysts (IACA).Reference: Sample Analyst Products: International Association of Crime Analysts. Retrieved fromhttps://www.iaca.net/dc_sample_products.aspLocate three appropriate examples of work products, one for each of the types of analysis we studied in the first half of the term: tactical, strategic, and administrative.Write a 3-5 page essay, excluding the cover/title and references pages, that thoroughly explains the differences between tactical, strategic, and administrative analysis. Include a description of your selected examples from the IACA site.Format: Include a title page with full name, class name, section number, and date. The paper should include an introductory and concluding paragraph, and demonstrate college-level communication through the composition of original materials in Standard American English Cite all sources on a separate reference page at the end of your paper, and cite within the body of your paper using APA citation style Your paper should have a minimum of three scholarly references outside of the text.You may consult the Online Library, the internet, the textbook, other course materials, and any other scholarly, peer-reviewed resources in supporting your task, using proper citations in APA style.Download and review the Assignment Checklist.19/05/202010law

English/writing

Write a one to two-page reflection, explaining how writing can be used to deepen understanding and work through complex ideas. Give several specific examples of ways you have used writing as a means of learning in school, work, or other areas of your life. Hint: this is writing to demonstrate learning, so be sure to relate parts of your reflection to lessons, activities, or assignments from this class.18/05/202015nursing

English

Assignment 2: Polishing and Submitting Your Final DraftYou started by reading. You will end with reading. You wrote in the middle. You located, read, and considered a number of sources that reinforced your case study, and then you used your case study as a foundation for building your own persuasive essay. Now, you are almost ready to submit that essay but, before you do, read it aloud to yourself. There’s something about reading your own work aloud that helps you to detach from it and hear it like your readers will hear it. Make any last-minute revisions. There is also something about rereading after you have written that increases comprehension and expands critical thinking—both of which will help you hear and revise your own work.Before you submit your Final Project, make sure that you follow these guidelines: Include a title page Double-space the body text Provide 5 full pages of body text Ensure you have utilized a minimum of 4 scholarly sources Use 1-inch margins all around. (For most word processors, this is the default setting.) Include a References page Be sure to proofread for errors.By Day 7Submit your Final Project, which is a revised persuasive essay of at least 5 pages in length (excluding cover page and bibliography).Submission and Grading InformationTo submit your completed Assignment for review and grading, do the following: Please save your Assignment using the naming convention “WK6Assgn2 last name first initial.(extension)” as the name. Click the Basic Integrated Reading/Writing Rubric to review the Grading Criteria for the Assignment. Click the Week 6 Assignment 2 link. You will also be able to “View Rubric” for grading criteria from this area. Next, from the Attach File area, click on the Browse My Computer button. Find the document you saved as “WK6Assgn2 last name first initial.(extension)” and click Open. If applicable: From the Plagiarism Tools area, click the checkbox for I agree to submit my paper(s) to the Global Reference Database. Click on the Submit button to complete your submission.Grading CriteriaTo access your rubric:Basic Integrated Reading/Writing RubricCheck Your Assignment Draft for AuthenticityTo check your Assignment draft for authenticity:Submit your Week 6 Assignment 2 draft and review the originality report.Submit Your Assignment by Day 7To submit your Assignment:Week 6 Assignment 2Week in ReviewIn this final week you summarized ways to apply what you learned in this course and demonstrated your knowledge of correct sentences and cohesive paragraphs. You also developed individual writing goals based on your Personalized Learning Plan feedback. After you have finished the Assignments for the week, you have completed the course. Congratulations! Please complete the Course Evaluation and submit by Day 7.18/05/20205english

English 1301

I need help writing an argument/research paper.Write a 750-1000 argumentation/persuasion essay using any approach, or combination of approaches, as a method of development.Good arguments will always address the counterargument. A good counterargument must address the opposition’s claims and then refute them. Counterarguments are typically placed before the conclusion, but when addressing a hostile audience, they will need to be addressed at the beginning. The audience must be considered when organizing your argument. Please see me if you intend on addressing a hostile audience for this essay.An effective argumentative essay must have evidence to make its case; most arguments that occur in daily life happen in the heat of the moment and are more likely directed toward saving one’s own pride than toward giving clear and supportive proof to one’s claims.08/05/202017english

Week3 discussion english

Discussion Question: A thesis is really just a general observation that is debatable, and can be illustrated with examples (that is, passages, or “quotations”) from the story. Provide two passages (quotations) from “Story of an Hour” that you think you will use in this week’s writing assignment. Remember that you want to choose quotations that will illustrate (= be an example of) your focus.Provide a commentary (= state how the quote illustrates your focus) for each one and show how you will cite each parenthetically as an in-text citation, using MLA documentation style.17/05/20203english

Three page Bio paper

You may choose ANY topic loosely related to human sexuality, sexual orientation, LGBTQ or women’s issues, human reproduction, sexual heath, contraception, labor and delivery, fertility/infertility issues, etc. You should make sure that you can find at least 3 good resources on your topic of choice. You may use 12-point font of New Times Roman or Calibri. Paragraphs should be double-spaced and free of spelling and grammatical errors. You should use 1-inch margins and the text should be no less than 3 full pages of text. Your essay should be double-spaced and should include a running header that includes the title of your paper along with your name, and page numbers.Posted: 4 hours agoDue: 08/05/2020Budget: $18 window.__REDUX__STATE__ = ‘{“appMeta”:{“serverRendered”:true},”apiRequests”:{“pendingRequestCount”:0,”succeededRequestCount”:5,”failedRequestCount”:0,”requestCounters”:{“GET_FIELDS_PENDING”:0,”GET_ENTITY_PENDING”:0,”GET_FIELDS_SUCCESS”:1,”GET_ENTITY_SUCCESS”:1,”GET_SIMILAR_QUESTIONS_PENDING”:0,”GET_OTHER_QUESTIONS_PENDING”:0,”GET_QUESTION_TIPS_PENDING”:0,”GET_SIMILAR_QUESTIONS_SUCCESS”:1,”GET_QUESTION_TIPS_SUCCESS”:1,”GET_OTHER_QUESTIONS_SUCCESS”:1}},”currentUserMeta”:{“id”:0,”isGuest”:true,”isReceivingEmails”:null,”authMethod”:null,”approvalTicket”:null,”fees”:null,”disputesAmount”:null,”earningsStats”:{“questions”:{“totalPurchases”:0,”totalIncome”:0},”tutorials”:{“totalPurchases”:0,”totalIncome”:0}}},”modal”:{},”joyride”:{“steps”:[]},”users”:{“guest-0”:{“role”:”student”,”isGuest”:true}},”usersStatuses”:{},”usersThreads”:{},”usersReviews”:{},”usersQuestions”:{},”reviewsPage”:{“results”:[]},”reviews”:{},”answersReviews”:{},”threads”:{},”questions”:{“4305827”:{“body”:”Self-Reflexive JournalIn this week’s journal entry, you will critically reflect on your own beliefs and biases about your Final Research Paper topic by using the concept of self-reflexivity. …”,”id”:4305827,”title”:”Need jOURNAL COMPLETED. NO PLAGARISM”,”isTutorial”:false,”isEssay”:true,”due”:”2015-05-03T00:00:00.000Z”,”budget”:20,”fieldOfStudyId”:200,”userId”:396417,”published”:true,”newBids”:0,”createdAt”:”2015-04-30T10:50:52.000Z”,”fieldOfStudy”:{“id”:200,”name”:”English”,”anchor”:”English”,”createdAt”:”2017-09-06T03:15:16.000Z”,”path”:{“id”:5886117,”path”:”/fields/english”,”sitemap”:true,”amp”:false,”createdAt”:”2017-12-24T22:55:21.000Z”}},”path”:{“id”:608716,”path”:”/content/need-journal-completed-no-plagarism”,”sitemap”:true,”amp”:true,”createdAt”:”2017-09-06T03:23:07.000Z”}},”4307807″:{“body”:””,”id”:4307807,”title”:”Special skills 2″,”isTutorial”:false,”isEssay”:true,”due”:”2015-04-30T10:30:00.000Z”,”budget”:10,”fieldOfStudyId”:200,”userId”:453152,”published”:true,”newBids”:0,”createdAt”:”2015-04-30T13:07:55.000Z”,”fieldOfStudy”:{“id”:200,”name”:”English”,”anchor”:”English”,”createdAt”:”2017-09-06T03:15:16.000Z”,”path”:{“id”:5886117,”path”:”/fields/english”,”sitemap”:true,”amp”:false,”createdAt”:”2017-12-24T22:55:21.000Z”}},”path”:{“id”:608788,”path”:”/content/special-skills-2″,”sitemap”:false,”amp”:true,”createdAt”:”2017-09-06T03:23:07.000Z”},”rating”:{“id”:1006805,”grade”:100,”num”:2,”createdAt”:”2018-03-18T08:20:56.000Z”}},”4308442″:{“body”:”DIRECTIONS::****Designate the decisions and/or actions you would take in the situation if they were the CEO or individual responsible for the firm, and the analysis which supports your …08/05/202018biology

Community Resources Brochure

Create a brochure for immigrant families in your community that contains at least three community resources that support English acquisition.For each resource include: The name of the resource or organization. The URL of their website or relevant contact information (if applicable). A brief explanation of how each resource or organization supports English acquisition.Include a 250-500 word statement regarding culture and learning. Your statement should include: Examples of how culture affects learning. Examples of sociocultural influences on ELLs. A discussion regarding bilingualism and home language use in ELL classroom learning.Support this statement with at least three scholarly resources.19/05/202010education

First Draft Summary / Response Essay

First Draft: Summary / Response EssayA Note on Grading and Feedback for First DraftsPlease note that you will not receive written feedback from me on the essay’s first draft (you will get written feedback on the essay’s revision). The purpose of the first draft is not to get feedback; instead, the first draft serves as a checkpoint in this crucial stage of the writing process. Writing a draft ensures that you can produce your best writing when you work on the revision. Consequently, the first draft will be graded complete / incomplete.If you have any questions at all about your essay, please ask me.Due DateSubmit your first draft to this assignment space as a Word document by 11:59pm Monday, 5/18. If you don’t have Word on your computer, you can access it on the Office 365 account given to you by the college.FormatFormat your essay using MLA style guidelines in 12-point type, use Times New Roman font, and use MLA citations. We will review MLA citations and MLA essay formatting next week, but you can read more about MLA style on pages 548-96 of our textbook. Try your best with MLA format on this first draft — we will discuss MLA soon (MLA won’t affect your grade on this draft).Length700-1000 words (MLA headings and works cited lists are excluded from the word count)PurposeThe assignment calls for you to use critical reading and writing skills. These skills are necessary for conducting academic research and other professional research. The ability to comprehend information and assess the merits of its presentation is important in all professions.Assignment GuidelinesYou must offer a summary of and response to David Byrne’s “Eliminating the Human.”(Links to an external site.) Your task is to accurately present Byrne’s argument and support. Then you must offer your critical response to his argument. Do you agree with him? Why or why not? (It is possible to partially agree with someone.)Conduct some research using the internet or the library’s databases, and draw on at least one outside source to support your response (you may use more than one outside source). Doing a bit of research should help broaden your perspective on the topic and bolster the substance of your response.Follow the guidelines for constructing your Summary / Response on pages 33-44 in your textbook. Make sure your essay draft includes the following elements (see pages 42-43): a clearly identified author and title a concise summary of the text an explicit response support for your responseUse the organizational strategy on page 44 listed as “[Summary, followed by a response].” Organize your essay as follows:Paragraph 1: Introduce the text and summarize it in one 5-8 sentence paragraph.Paragraph 2: State your thesis (this is the thesis or main point of your response, and this paragraph will likely be short, maybe a single sentence).Paragraphs 3, 4, 5 (or More): Respond to the text: what it says, how it’s written, and/or how you react. Your response should consist of at least three (3) body paragraphs, and each of these body paragraphs should be 5-8 sentences. Incorporate at least one outside source in one or more of these response paragraphs.Concluding Paragraph: Conclude by summing up your response and its implications.Essay ChecklistContent Accurate interpretation and summary of Byrne’s article Accurate interpretation and incorporation of source texts Thesis that makes a precise claim Direct quotations and examples from sources Conclusion that sums up the response and its implications to your audience (your audience consists of other students in this class)Body Paragraphs Unified and cohesive paragraphs Topic sentences (precise and limiting sub-claims) Logical transitions between paragraphs Concise sentences free from grammar and punctuation errorsFormat 12-point type Times New Roman (or equivalent) MLA format (heading, parenthetical quotations, works cited page) Relevant title (you must craft a title that succinctly indicates the content of your essay) Indent the first line of each paragraph Left-justified (do not center or right-justify your text)A Few Writing Resources You May Find UsefulQuotation tips: http://facultyweb.ivcc.edu/rrambo/eng1001/quotes.htm(Links to an external site.)Purdue Owl (grammar/MLA/general writing tips): https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/(Links to an external site.)Title punctuation: http://www.thepunctuationguide.com/titles-of-works.html17/05/20205english

Discussion 5 Is it Employment Discrimination?

The following is based on an actual set of circumstance at a local community college – not Shoreline.Ms. Suda worked at X Community College for a few years. She was not a full time instructor, but instead worked as a contract instructor each quarter, and thus, was not a permanent employee and could be replaced at-will by her department. One quarter, her academic dean, Ms. Jones, informed her that she had received some complaints about her teaching and wanted to discuss these issues with her. Ms. Suda agreed and discussed the issues with Ms. Jones. Ms. Jones suggested that Ms. Suda work with the professional development staff at the college and take additional training to improve her teaching; Ms. Suda did this. For several quarters, there were no issues. One day, Ms. Jones asked Ms. Suda to come by her office. Ms. Jones told Ms. Suda that there would be no classes for her the next quarter based on her performance in the classroom, or for any quarters thereafter. Ms. Suda, who is an immigrant, and non-native speaker of English, asked Ms. Jones if her accent was the reason she thought her performance was lacking. Ms. Jones replied: “No, I am from Texas and also have an accent!” Ms. Suda left the office very upset.Discussion question: Was Ms. Suda discriminated against by Ms. Jones, and the College? Does she have grounds for a legal complaint against the College? Discuss with your peers.20/05/20203businessfinance

English

Research your project company. Is the company lean? What materials can you find regarding supply chain or operations? Do you believe the company would benefit from this kind of supply chain management? Why or why not?my project is about starbucks17/05/20205english

“ENGL&amp

102 – 9829AssignmentsTopic Proposal: SUBMIT Final Draft HERE Due May 13″ Due May 13 by 11:59pm Points 50 Submitting a file upload Available after Apr 24 at 12am Your Final Topic Proposal Assignment is due 11:59, Monday, May 13th See the RUBRIC for how it will be graded; you can see it below here, too. Submit your assignment here as a file attachment ending in .docx, .doc, or .rtf.Your Topic Proposal will: Present at topic that is appropriate for the essay assignment requirements Identify why your topic is worth exploring, why it matters to you Identify who your audience is (who are you persuading to consider action around your topic)? Have a workable approach to researching the topic Show your interest in the topic and how it will be a worthwhile topic to explore further Be MLA formattedBy writing out your proposal, your research will likely be more organized and focused. Also, by sitting down and thinking through the project, you will likely feel more prepared for the task of research and writing.Remember: you are not expected to have a decided opinion on the topic (or a conclusion/solution to the topic); rather, you are expected to display your current knowledge on the topic at this point and your means of becoming more of an expert on the subject that will lead you to the direction your essay, your focus, your audience, and your proposal will take.Your proposal should answer the following questions: What is the issue/topic? Why should your audience care about it? (Your audience will be other people affected by the issue: at work, school, or another community you belong to). What question(s) are you trying to answer? What is your tentative solution or opinion on the issue at this point? (this would be an asnwer to the questions you are posing). It’s likely that your tentative solution or perspective will evolve- particularly if you are thinking critically as you research. Do you have a working thesis statement? If yes, include it in the proposal, but note where you need more information and/or what questions still need answering. How will your research be conducted? What databases will you use to find helpful sources on this issue? Who will be good to talk to ? What have you witnessed or exerienced that would serve as a source for the essay? Have you started research already? If yes, what have you found? Explain any roadblocks you foresee occurring while doing your research or during the writing of this essay.Length Requirements:Your proposal should beapproximately one page(double spaced, Times New Roman, 12 pt. font).RubricTopic Proposal Final Draft RubricTopic Proposal Final Draft RubricCriteriaRatingsPtsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeContentTopic Proposal includes the requirements outlined in the assignment30.0 ptsFull Marks0.0 ptsNo Marks30.0 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeReadability, Clarity, CorrectnessLanguage use (sentence structure and vocabulary), grammar (pronoun/subject/verb agreement, consistent and appropriate use of verb tense and type and mechanics (punctuation, spelling, formatting) respect conventions of accepted edited English usage. Your finished version demonstrates careful editing and proofreading. All points will be earned if it is clear there has been attention given to presenting clear and correct writing.10.0 ptsFull Marks0.0 ptsNo Marks10.0 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeMLA FormattingThe paper is one full page, typed and double-spaced in easy-to-read 12 point font. Your pages are consistently numbered according to MLA style. Your student information (name, assignment typed, course section and number, date) is double-spaced and in the upper left hand corner of the first page. The paragraph spacing is accurate (no extra spacing between paragraphs). All points will be earned if your paper follows the MLA formatting guidelines outlined in Week 4’s module.10.0 ptsFull Marks0.0 ptsNo Marks10.0 ptsTotal Points: 50.0PreviousNextTopic Proposal AssignmentA topic proposal is written to persuade a specific reader to accept a project before major research is begun or while it is in its early stages. You’ve already begun to explore topics in recent discussion forums, so hopefully you already have a pretty good idea what you want to write about. The topic proposal provides a framework for how you plan to organize the process of writing your essay.Your proposal will introduce the persuasive research topic and explain why it is worth researching and writing about. Proposals should note your particular interest with the topic and how you will go about finding more information about and solutions to the topic (where you will look exactly—which databases, which websites, books, newspapers, etc.).Your Topic Proposal will: Present at topic that is appropriate for the essay assignment requirements Identify why your topic is worth exploring, why it matters to you Identify who your audience is (who are you persuading to consider action around your topic)? Have a workable approach to researching the topic Show your interest in the topic and how it will be a worthwhile topic to explore further Be MLA formattedBy writing out your proposal, your research will likely be more organized and focused. Also, by sitting down and thinking through the project, you will likely feel more prepared for the task of research and writing.Remember: you are not expected to have a decided opinion on the topic (or a conclusion/solution to the topic); rather, you are expected to display your current knowledge on the topic at this point and your means of becoming more of an expert on the subject that will lead you to the direction your essay, your focus, your audience, and your proposal will take.Your proposal should answer the following questions: What is the issue/topic? Why should your audience care about it? (Your audience will be other people affected by the issue: at work, school, or another community you belong to). What question(s) are you trying to answer? What is your tentative solution or opinion on the issue at this point? (this would be an asnwer to the questions you are posing). It’s likely that your tentative solution or perspective will evolve- particularly if you are thinking critically as you research. Do you have a working thesis statement? If yes, include it in the proposal, but note where you need more information and/or what questions still need answering. How will your research be conducted? What databases will you use to find helpful sources on this issue? Who will be good to talk to ? What have you witnessed or exerienced that would serve as a source for the essay? Have you started research already? If yes, what have you found? Explain any roadblocks you foresee occurring while doing your research or during the writing of this essay.Length Requirements:Your proposal should beapproximately one page(double spaced, Times New Roman, 12 pt. font).Topic Proposal RubricYour topic proposal is worth 50 points/5% of your overall grade. Below is how I will be grading the final draft your proposal (the one you turn into the Topic Proposal Assignment link in Week 5’s Module)CONTENTYour proposal should answer the following questions: What is your topic? How does it impact you personally? Who is your potential audience? Why should you and your audience care? What question(s) are you trying to answer? What problem are you trying to solve? If you have a current position/perpsective on the issue/problem, include it. How will your research be conducted? Explain any challenges you might have while doing your research and the writing of the essay.THIS CATEGORY IS WORTH 30 POINTS: All 30 points are awarded if these requirements are included.READABILITY, CLARITY, CORRECTNESSLanguage use (sentence structure and vocabulary), grammar (pronoun/subject/verb agreement, consistent and appropriate use of verb tense and type and mechanics (punctuation, spelling, formatting) respect conventions of accepted edited English usage. Your finished version demonstrates careful editing and proofreading.THIS CATEGORY IS WORTH 10 POINTS: All points will be earned if it is clear there has been attention given to presenting clear and correct writing.PRESENTATION /MLA FORMATThe paper is one full page, typed and double-spaced in easy-to-read 12 point font. Your pages are consistently numbered according to MLA style. Your student information (name, assignment typed, course section and number, date) is double-spaced and in the upper left hand corner of the first page. The paragraph spacing is accurate (no extra spacing between paragraphs)THIS CATEGORY IS WORTH 10 POINTS: All points will be earned if your paper follows the MLA formatting guidelines outlined in Week 4’s module.12/05/202015english

English Composition

By the due date assigned, submit your three-paragraph essay as a Microsoft Word attachment. You will complete this assignment using the play Proof on https://books.google.com/books?id=MEfWYY3G1MkC&pg=PA4&lpg=PA4&dq=david auburn proof the back porch of a house in chicago&source=bl&ots=XR8jFOMZtK&sig=ACfU3U3lcS1elsz4K-sKnGwaAssN47-p6A&hl=en&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwjervXBtLfpAhUOiqwKHckhB14Q6AEwDnoECAoQAQ#v=onepage&q=david auburn proof the back porch of a house in chicago&f=falseDirectionsRead the play Proof, and then write an analysis of one of the characters. You may use the brainstorming questions below to generate ideas, or you may refer to the Week 3 discussion prompt for a refresher on ways character is revealed.For this assignment, develop a short essay of at least three paragraphs and 500 words. In your response, be sure that you have the following: an introductory paragraph with a clear thesis statement, at least one body paragraph with supporting reasons, examples, and quotations from the play, and a concluding paragraph. The thesis statement should be your main argument analyzing the character you have chosen. Use APA style for formatting the paper and for in-text citations and end references.Brainstorming QuestionsSelect a character from Proof. What main emotion is the character experiencing? What does he or she want? What is the conflict this character encounters? How does he or she attempt to get this desire? What prevents him or her from achieving it? What is the resolution by the end of the play for this character? Does the character change by the end of the play? What point do you want to make about the character in your essay? Make notes, and develop a thesis statement with support.Reminders Use APA style, and include a title page, running header, proper font and spacing, in-text citations, and a separate references page. Do not use any outside sources to complete this response; rely on your own insights. Quoted material from the play should not exceed 25% of the essay. You may exceed the minimum word and paragraph count.Example APA Reference from the eBookAuburn, D. (2016). Proof. In L.G. Kirszner & S.R. Mandell (Eds.), Compact Literature: Reading, Reacting, Writing[VitalSource digital version] (pp. 1081-1232). Boston: Cengage.17/05/202030english

Need the paper today

Choose one of the following topics and write a well-developed essay: Explain how the steps of revising and editing are approached in the writing process. Discuss how ENG 111 has benefited you in understanding college-level research. as you continue with the next English course (112 or 114, depending on your curriculum). Discuss three areas in which you think ENG 111 has progressed your knowledge and skills.07/05/202020english

Nursing

Residency 2: Final AssignmentInstructions – The purpose of Residency 2 is to ensure you understand the required components of the doctoral study process and to prepare you to work on the doctoral study prospectus and proposal. The final assignment for Residency 2 is to complete a journal that demonstrates synthesis of the presented curriculum in Residency 2 and information you will use as you work on the doctoral study prospectus and proposal. The journal is divided into sections that correspond to the Residency 2 sessions. You will complete each section as you proceed through Residency 2 and will submit the completed journal by 6:00 pm on Day 3 of the Residency. Use the headings provided in each section as a guide for completing the section.Designing your Doctoral StudyApplication to my Doctoral Study Prospectus and Proposal:Resources I will need:Next Steps/Questions I need to answer for my Doctoral Study:Developing and Feasible and Aligned Doctoral StudyApplication to my Doctoral Study Prospectus and Proposal:Resources I will need:Next Steps/Questions I need to answer for My Doctoral Study:Conceptualizing Sections 1 and 3Application to my Doctoral Study and/or career:Skills I may need to develop:Next Steps/Questions I need to answer for my Doctoral Study (e.g., oral defense):Conceptualizing Chapter 4 and Social ChangeApplication to my Doctoral Study Prospectus and Proposal:Resources I will need:Next Steps/Questions I need to answer for my Doctoral Study:Secondary Data Exploration and Secondary Data AnalysisApplication to my Doctoral Study Prospectus and Proposal:Resources I will need:Next Steps/Questions I need to answer for my Doctoral Study:Logistic RegressionApplication to my Doctoral Study Prospectus and Proposal:Resources I will need:Next Steps/Questions I need to answer for my Doctoral Study:Multiple Logistic RegressionApplication to my Doctoral Study Prospectus and Proposal:Resources I will need:Next Steps/Questions I need to answer for my Doctoral Study: Residency 2 Final AssignmentCriteria0—Element Missing1 to 2—Below Expectations3—Meets minimal expectations4 to 5–Exceeds ExpectationsDesigning your Doctoral StudySession reflection is completely not present or answer of “none” is given for one or more itemsMinimal information provided in items in assignment (“none” is not an acceptable answer for any element)Adequate description of information presented in this session in terms of application of information to the Doctoral Study, resources needed, and next steps (“none” is not an acceptable answer for any element)Thorough description of information presented in this session in terms of application of information to the Doctoral Study, resources needed, and next steps (“none” is not an acceptable answer for any element)Designing a Feasible and Aligned Doctoral StudySession reflection is completely not present, an answer of “none” is given for one or more item, or the answers are not acceptable (not on topic, not understood, etc.)Minimal information provided in items in assignment (“none” is not an acceptable answer for any element)Adequate description of information presented in this session in terms of application of information to the Doctoral Study, resources needed, and next steps (“none” is not an acceptable answer for any element)Thorough description of information presented in this session in terms of application of information to the Doctoral Study, resources needed, and next steps (“none” is not an acceptable answer for any element)Conceptualizing Chapters 1 and 3Session reflection is completely not present, an answer of “none” is given for one or more item, or the answers are not acceptable (not on topic, not understood, etc.)Minimal information provided in items in assignment (“none” is not an acceptable answer for any element)Adequate description of information presented in this session in terms of application of information to the Doctoral Study, resources needed, and next steps (“none” is not an acceptable answer for any element)Thorough description of information presented in this session in terms of application of information to the Doctoral Study, resources needed, and next steps (“none” is not an acceptable answer for any element)Conceptualizing Chapter 4 and Social ChangeSession reflection is completely not present, an answer of “none” is given for one or more item, or the answers are not acceptable (not on topic, not understood, etc.)Minimal information provided in items in assignment (“none” is not an acceptable answer for any element)Adequate description of information presented in this session in terms of application of information to Doctoral Study, resources needed, and next steps (“none” is not an acceptable answer for any element)Thorough description of information presented in this session in terms of application of information to the Doctoral Study, resources needed, and next steps (“none” is not an acceptable answer for any element)Secondary Data Exploration and Secondary Data AnalysisSession reflection is completely not present, an answer of “none” is given for one or more item, or the answers are not acceptable (not on topic, not understood, etc.)Minimal information provided in items in assignment (“none” is not an acceptable answer for any element)Adequate description of information presented in this session in terms of application of information to the Doctoral Study, resources needed, and next steps (“none” is not an acceptable answer for any element)Thorough description of information presented in this session in terms of application of information to the Doctoral Study, resources needed, and next steps (“none” is not an acceptable answer for any element)Logistic Regression and Multiple Logistic RegressionSession reflection is completely not present, an answer of “none” is given for one or more item, or the answers are not acceptable (not on topic, not understood, etc.)Minimal information provided in items in assignment (“none” is not an acceptable answer for any element)Adequate description of information presented in this session in terms of application of information to the Doctoral Study, resources needed, and next steps (“none” is not an acceptable answer for any element)Thorough description of information presented in this session in terms of application of information to the Doctoral Study, resources needed, and next steps (“none”is not an acceptable answer for any element)WritingReader is not able to make sense of the materials provided.Inconsistent use of standard English obstructs presentation’s clarity and the reader’s understanding of ideas and/or inconsistent use of grammar and mechanics are evident throughout presentation.Consistent use of standard English and/or few inaccuracies in grammar and mechanics.Use of standard English, grammar, and mechanics are at a scholarly level.Grading:Satisfactory (S)= All items at a score of 3 or above (Meets minimal expectations)Unsatisfactory (U)= One or more items at a score of 2 or lower (Does not meet minimal expectations)16/05/202035nursing

DF 7 Sample Student Persuasive Essays

You will read and discuss former English 102 student persuasive research essays for DF 7. The student essays you are reading had the same essay assignment you have: to write about a school, work or other local community issue that affects the writer directly.All of these essays show different examples of strengths in writing this essay. Please use these as models for your own writing and feedback of the persuasive research essay. My hope is by reading the examples closely and discussing them, you are able to better write your own essay.DISCUSSION FORUM 7 (DF 7) PROMPT:Initial Response directions: Read *two* of the three student sample essays (near Discussion Forum 7 in Week 6’s Module). In two, separate carefully written PIE formatted paragraphs, analyze two different writing/research elements of the essays (one element per paragraph). So one element for one of the essays in one paragraph, the other (one needs to be Rogerian argument) for the other essay in one paragraph. Of these *one* of the elements must be Rogerian argument. The other can be anything that we’ve read or discussed about that is important for a good persuasive research essay that is responding to the persuasive research essay assignment for this class.You can discuss overall organization (how well the writer stays focused on their thesis, audience awareness (is it clear who their audience is and are they crafting an argument for that audience specifically), thesis statements, transitions, credible sources, MLA formatting, etc. Just remember, one of your paragraphs must discuss how well the writer utilizes the Rogerian argument for their essay and why. In your analysis be sure to cite information from information in the modules and/or the textbook.17/05/202015english

English assigment

Watch this video: George Carlin:Euphemisms(Links to an external site.)(alert; some graphic language is included)In the exercise, take a look at the list of paired terms or phrases.For each, briefly explain how the euphemism dulls or deflects the term, and discuss why you think euphemistic language replaced the original term.PreviousNext15/05/20202english

Question

Please answer each question with 250-300 words and included a reference from a credible source. (APA Form)1. Creating and maintaining relationships between home and school is pivotal to the overall success of our ELL students. Discuss some ways you might cultivate these partnerships throughout the school year.2. There is research supporting the theory that students who are literate in their home language are more likely to be literate in their second or subsequent language. Thinking of this, what are the potential effects of home language on the development of English and classroom learning?16/05/20207education

HA530 Unit 8 Discussion

Using as references:Title: Fundamentals of Human Resource ManagementEdition: 13th (2019)Author: DeCenzo, Robbins and VerhulstPublisher: Wiley BookISBN: 978-1-119-49518-5Chapter 13: “Ensuring a Safe and Health Work Environment”Explain the purpose of OSHA and how employers can create safe work environments in healthcare. What safety concerns have you seen in the news related to healthcare facilities.List sources of stress in the workplace that can lead to unsatisfied employees and possible union organization?*In two different paragraph using their same reference give your personal opinion to Pearl Patel and Breanne MundayBreanne MundayOccupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) was established in 1970 by Congress to help ensure facilities are safe by enforcing standards and providing workers with training, outreach, education and assistance.“Did you know that a hospital is one of the most hazardous places to work? In 2011, U.S. hospitals recorded 253,700 work-related injuries and illnesses, a rate of 6.8 work-related injuries and illnesses for every 100 full-time employees. This is almost twice the rate for private industry as a whole (United States Department of Labor, n.d).” Healthcare facilities can be hazardous because of lifting/moving patients, slips, falls, combative patients/visitors, etc. An effective way healthcare facilities can create a safe work environment is implementing a safety and health management system. This system is a proactive process that finds and fixes hazards before employees become ill or injured. Implementing a safety and health management system will benefit the facility by improving quality of patient care, protecting workers, and saving money.A safety concern that has been present in the news today is hand hygiene; a lack of proper hand hygiene has been linked to many infections and deaths.Works Cited:Department of Labor logo UNITED STATESDEPARTMENT OF LABOR. (n.d.). Retrieved from https://www.osha.gov/aboutoshaUNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF LABOR. (n.d.). Retrieved from https://www.osha.gov/dsg/hospitals/Pearl PatelThe Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 created the Occupational Safety and Health Administration to help employers and employees to reduce injuries at workplace. OSHA’s role is to assure the safety and health of America’s workers by setting and enforcing standards; providing training, outreach, and education; establishing partnerships and encouraging continual process improvement in workplace safety and health. Employee and employer must keep workplace safe. To keep workplace safe employer must have instruction on how work should be performed safely. Examine workplace condition to make sure they are updated to OSHA standards. Using color codes and labels or signs to warn employees or potential hazard. Employer must provide safety training, establish operating procedure and post OSHA poster within the workplace informing employees rights and responsibilities. Most important is safety of healthcare workers and patients. During this pandemic it is has become extremely hard for healthcare workers to work with limited to almost no PPE or use only one per shift. It is a safety concern for everyone. Everyone working in healthcare and other industries currently require PPE for everyone’s safety. This has becoming an issue as everyone is trying to get the PPEs and healthcare workers require it to treat patient efficiently and keep themselves, patients and their family members safe.References:(n.d.). Retrieved from https://www.osha.gov/Publications/about-osha/3302-06N-2006-English.htmlUNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF LABOR. (n.d.). Retrieved from https://www.osha.gov/as/opa/worker/employer-responsibility.htmlMeyer, H. (2020, March 27). Some healthcare workers need stronger COVID-19 protections. Retrieved from https://www.modernhealthcare.com/labor/some-healthcare-workers-need-stronger-covid-19-protections16/05/202015appliedsciences

Major Corporations Providing Enough for Employees

Read the following directions and post an answer of at least two paragraphs (a minimum of 500 words). Be sure to use standard English in your answers, with appropriate punctuation (refer to the grading rubric). I am looking for evidence that you have read the response as well as what your opinion is on the topic. After you compose your response you will upload your posting using this tool.Once the deadline for the discussion topic is closed you will no longer have access to this tool.AssignmentPlease watch the following video titled “Is Wal-Mart Good For America”(Links to an external site.).(https://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/shows/walmart/)Discussion questions:1) Do you think that major corporations have a responsibility to provide benefits such as medical and vacation time to their employees?2) Should major corporations be required to pay a “living wage” to their employees?29/04/202010businessfinance

English Comp

WEEK 13 DISCUSSION THREADThis week, you will be working on your final research projects.Remember, your final paper must be 5-7 pages with APA in-text citations and a references page.Question 1: Which of the two topics have you chosen for your final project.Week 13 Learning Tasks: Week 13 Discussion Thread. (Due Thursday and Monday) (20 points) Choosing Final Paper Topic. Exploring remaining APA questions. Review any materials you need to catch up. Work on First Draft of Final Course Project.Dear Class,The end of the course is in sight now! I know that this has been a tough semester, so congratulations on making it nearly to the finish line : )I appreciate your work so far!This week, we will begin to work on the final project. The first draft of your paper will be due in Week 14. The Final Draft will be due in Week 15.This is the Final Project Plan:Week 13-This week, you choose one of the two topics from the Final Project Outline/Assignment Sheet. This can be found in the Week 13 Content Folder. I am also posting it in this announcement. Later in the week, I will post more tips on how to write the final project.Week 14- Next week, you will post at least a partial rough draft to the Week 14 Discussion Thread by Thursday.Week 15-During the final week of the term, you will be asked to submit your final project to Turn It In Direct for Final Grading.The final project is where you will connect your visual artist and your writer.The only difference is that with this paper, your research question is always in place. There are two research questions to choose from.For your final project, you will choose one of the following two research topics listed below.Please make sure that you read the guidelines for the following project very carefully. Also, make sure that you read all of the APA materials if you have not already. I posted those a while back, but you will certainly need to use your APA materials for the final project!Using the research you have already done, drawing on the information you have compiled and the writing you have produced in the first two essays, please complete a final research paper based on one of the following topics:1. How did these two people (the writer and the artist) influence society?2. What is the unique connection that these two people (the writer and the artist) share?STUDENT _______________________________________COMPOSITION IIFINAL PROJECTProf. Martin HyattCompletion of this project demonstrates that you have the ability to do a high-level college research paper full of strong critical, sociological, cultural and/or historical implications. This project demonstrates that you are a college-level writer capable of skills that are essential before you move forward in both your educational and professional lives.TOPICSUsing the research you have already done, drawing on the information you have compiled and the writing you have produced in the first two essays, please complete a final research paper based on one of the following topics:1. How did these two people (the writer and the artist) influence society?2. What is the unique connection that these two people (the writer and the artist) share?Please use the following outline to complete the paper.I. Introduction. Introduce your question. (1 paragraph)II. Briefly discuss both people. (1 paragraph)III. Discuss the visual artist in more detail. (4 paragraphs)IV. Discuss the writer in more detail. (4 paragraphs)V. Explore the answer to your question. Remember, the question is: “How did these two people (the writer and the artist) influence society?” OR “What is the unique connection that these two people (the writer and the artist) share?” Also, remember, do not use “I”. Draw conclusions based on your research. (2 pages)VI. Conclusion. (1 paragraph)The paper MUST: 5-7 pages typed, double-spaced Contain in-text citations Contain A COVER PAGE Contain a References Page THIS PAPER MUST BE APA FORMATTED EXACTLY LIKE THE SAMPLE PAPER INCLUDED HERE.Please note that failure to incorporate all of these elements of a standard research paper will affect your grade._______________________________________________________________________The Final Draft of this paper must be turned in by the end of Week 15. As always, NO LATE PAPERS will be accepted. (Remember that the Rough Draft should be posted to the Discussion Thread by Thursday of Week 14).17/05/202075education

English 200

The assignment is to be 750-1000 words Perhaps the most important point of taking this class is for you learn how to appreciate literature on your own. Many people come to this class perfectly able to remember what some expert professor said about something. That is fine, but I want you to be able to leave this class able to say something of your own. Literature gives us vicarious experiences and makes our world bigger; it increases our awareness and refines our attitudes, insights and principles.Pick one piece of literature and “appreciate” it. In other words explain to someone you think might be a sympathetic listener why you connect with it. There might be structural components (character, imagery, plot, or other elements of literature), there might be philosophical components, there might be personal components (you identify with it in some important way), or there might be some social component (feminist, psychoanalytic, religious, ethnic, sexuality, post-colonial) that makes this text “mean” something special and significant to you that you can share with someone else.Or you can combine the above or add other elements including creative ones to the mix. I am looking for something with a bit of depth that shows me you have learned and are able to apply what you have learned throughout the semester. You may choose to appreciate something that is outside of the course, but it has to be literature. No non-fiction.15/05/202012english

English 200

This are the topic that you will work on that poetry.1. Song of Myself 2 by Walt Whitman (1819 – 1892)2. Stopping by Woods on a snowy Evening by Robert Frost (1874-1963)3. Will You Come by Edward Thomas (1878- 1917)Also there is 3 story that you will work on too.1. The Story of Late Mr Elvesham by H.G Wells.2. The Monkeys Paws by W.W Jacobs3. The Tell – Tale- Heart . (Edgar – Allen – Poe)Lastly, The Drama that you will work on is, The Arsenic and Old Lace by Joseph Kesslring. NOTE; All this assignment are all power point and it include 3 poems, and 3 story with 1 drama they are all power point , then please and please follow the instruction and include pictures on each slides of the power point. Final Examination PowerPoint PresentationYou are to prepare a PowerPoint presentation for an audience that has never read literature before in their lives. Do not presume that the audience is unintelligent, just that they have not been introduced to the literature on our Reading List. Select 2-3 poems, 2-3 short stories, and 1 play on the respective Reading Lists to use as source material.You should briefly introduce the author and provide some background on the literature (when it was written, where, etc.) then compare and contrast the literary devices and the role they play in creating meaning in each of the literary works selected. Make sure you select one of the three organizational patterns available.You may select two literary devices from the following list of literary devices only: Point of View, Character, Setting, Irony, Imagery, Theme, and Symbolism.Re-read any poems, short stories or plays as needed.Each PowerPoint Presentation must have between 18-30 slides.Make sure that you review the handouts I have provided you in the Pages link about developing the PowerPoint presentations. Remember to make sure that you use 1) an appropriate font style and size; 2) use bullets not complete sentences, unless you are incorporating a direct short quote; 3) select a PowerPoint template that is appealing and legible; 4) incorporate images that are appropriate and from legitimate sites/sources; 5) remember to document your sources for quotes, etc. in the body of the PowerPoint; 6) list your citation using MLA formatting rules on the Works Cited page; and lastly, 7) be creative and develop your own style; 8) the presentation itself should be between 3-5 minutes in length and you should wear business casual attire.Your PowerPoint presentation must include the following slides:a title page slidean introductory slideat least three main point slidesseveral supporting slidesseveral transitional slidesseveral slides with supporting images and textsone conclusion slideone questions slideone (maybe more depending upon your sources) Works Cited slides (with no less than at least 5 citations- print, web, lecture, image)16/05/202020english

English argument essay about abortion

Research and Argument about a Controversial IssueArgument essay topic: Should abortion be legalized?The final version of the research argument essay should be 2000 words long. It should be written in MLA format and have a works cited page. You need 5 sources for your paper. Sources should be peer-reviewed if you are using articles. You may useSilent Springas a source in which case you would need only 4 other sources. (It is not necessary to mentionSilent Spring, but you can use this as one of the sources.)Please do not use fancy cover pages or fonts. Standard MLA format calls for 12 point Times New Roman font.Down Below is a link to my formatting guide:17/05/202055english

English paper needTwo part assignment

I have two writing assignments, first one due Friday by 7pm EST and second Sunday by 8pm EST. Only serious inquiries only. Qualitative Research Annotated Bibliography for Qualitative or Field Research Paper15/05/202045english

KUD Lesson Plan #2

Prior to beginning work on this assignment, review the know, understand, and do (KUD) lesson, which you completed in your Week 3 assignment and watch the EDU 352 Lesson Planning Template Video(Links to an external site.).You will use the KUD Lesson Planning Template again this week to outline the second of the three lessons that you outlined on the KUD Unit Plan Template in your assignment for Week 2 of this course.I have attached week 2 unit markup, week 3 and template for this assignment.Remember, your lesson plan is an expanded version of what you outlined in your unit plan. The lesson plan provides the details that you will need to effectively deliver the lesson, step by step in a live classroom.Try to create your lesson plan so a substitute teacher could step in and follow your plan with little to no difficulty.Keep in mind that you will be using Google Classroom to develop these lessons, so plan accordingly.In your lesson plan for this week, refer to and incorporate the guidance and feedback your instructor provided on your first lesson plan. Describe how the lesson is developmentally appropriate for the grade level the lesson addresses. Describe the instructional model you plan on utilizing. Identify the standard being taught (please include the full nomenclature of the standard). Outline five objectives: Two, “Students will know” objectives One, “Students will understand” objective, and Two, “Students will be able to do” objectives Describe both the formative and the summative assessments that will be utilized to measure students’ mastery of the objectives. Explain any accommodations you are embedding to serve English as a second language (ESL) learners or learning support students you may have in your class. Explain any enrichments you are embedding to further the thinking of any gifted students you may have in your classroom. Summarize the procedures you will use to teach the lesson. Be as specific as possible. Pretend you are writing plans for a substitute teacher. Your lesson must be explicit enough for the substitute teacher to be able to implement. Explain how the technology tool or tools included in the lesson plan reinforce the learning opportunities described in the procedures.The KUD Lesson Plan #2 Must be two to four double-spaced pages in length within the template (not including title and references pages and formatted according to APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center’s APA Style(Links to an external site.) Must include a separate title page with the following: Title of lesson Student’s name Course name and number Instructor’s name Date submitted 14/05/202025education

Part 1 Project

Part 1: The Board of Directors has asked you to explain the method used to handle uncollectible Accounts Receivables. They know that you use the Allowance Method but are not familiar with the difference between the Direct Method versus the Allowance Method. Using the textbook as a source, explain each type of method and why ABC Company has selected the Allowance Method. Download the memo template provided below to respond. Keep in mind the intended audience of the memo.Requirements:Writing, using software, and interpreting results is a large part of your learning experience. These assignments are designed to improve your use of technology and communication skills. Using proper business English and resources from the library you will comment and share your research with your classmates. Make sure you note your source in proper APA format.Link to Keiser’s elibrary resources:http://kesu-verso.auto-graphics.com/MVC/PowerPoint instruction on how to use the Keiser elibrary:Keiser Slide show Library-Orientation-login-and-navigate-lesson1.pptxGuidance on how to log in and use the Keiser elibrary:KU Library login guide2014October3.pdfHow to cite work from the libraryHow to cite work from the library.docxThis link helps with APA format: https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/research_and_citation/apa_style/apa_formatting_and_style_guide/general_format.html16/05/202015businessfinance

Journal Palliative and Hospice Care An Approach to Health Promotion

In this course, we consider vulnerable populations and Health Promotion and Disease Prevention standards. We look at content through the lens of pediatrics, women’s health, adults, mental health, and the elderly. Having just completed exercises related to the five levels of prevention in Week 1, consider what you have learned and how to apply Quaternary Prevention. Watch the following video and write a one-page journal submission regarding your thoughts about the use of palliative and hospice care as an option for health promotion. In what scenario(s) might this be applicable? Have you ever thought about palliative and hospice care promoting health? Why or why not? End Of Life | Aging Matters | NPT Reports End of Life Aging Matters Video Transcript. You may journal in first person, and this assignment does not require references as it is your thoughts; however, be sure to review the rubric, as a minimum of one reference is required to be considered exemplary work. If you choose to use quotes or citable material, you are expected to follow APA formatting.Grading Rubric:Journal RubricNote: Scholarly resources are defined as evidence-based practice, peer-reviewed journals; textbook (do not rely solely on your textbook as a reference); and National Standard Guidelines. Review assignment instructions, as this will provide any additional requirements that are not specifically listed on the rubric.Journal Rubric – 100 PointsCriteriaExemplaryExceeds ExpectationsAdvancedMeets ExpectationsIntermediateNeeds ImprovementNoviceInadequateTotal PointsFocus and ContentIn addition to self-reflection, the journal components are provided along with clear examples supported by course content and references that speak to how the journal content relates to the questions posed within the assignment.Cites one or more references.All instruction requirements noted.45 pointsComponents of the journal are topic focused and accurately and thoroughly presented via self-reflective explanations and application of knowledge to personal and/or professional life.All instruction requirements noted.40 pointsComponents of the journal are summarized with minimal self-reflection or application to personal or professional life.Synthesis of course content is present but missing depth and/or development.Missing some instruction requirements.35 pointsCourse content is present but there is no self-reflection noted within the journal.Demonstrates incomplete understanding of content and/or inadequate preparation.Missing several instruction requirements.Submits assignment late.31 points45Application of Knowledge through Critical ThinkingCritical analysis is supported with information from scholarly resource(s), offering new insight into the context of the assignment.Student indicates how the experience will have an impact on their professional practice.All instruction requirements noted.45 pointsThe journal submission presents findings and knowledge gained from the assignment. An obvious link between the assignment and nursing is noted.Submission provides clarification of the assignment by answering all posed questions.All instruction requirements noted.40 pointsJournal content may be confusing, unclear, or incomplete–lacking clarification or new information.The student alluded to a practice application, but the information provided was not clear.Not all questions posed are addressed.Missing some instruction requirements.35 pointsSubmission is primarily a summation of the assignment without further synthesis or analysis of course content.Application of knowledge is limited, with no direct application to clinical practice discussed.Demonstrates incomplete understanding of content and/or inadequate preparation.More than one question posed is not addressed.Missing several instruction requirements.Submits assignment late.31 points45OrganizationWell-organized content with a clear and complex purpose statement and argument content. Writing is concise with a logical flow of ideas.5 pointsOrganized content with an informative purpose statement, supportive content, and summary statement. Argument content is developed with minimal issues in content flow.4 pointsPoor organization and flow of ideas distract from content. Narrative is difficult to follow and frequently causes reader to reread work.Purpose statement is noted.3 pointsIllogical flow of ideas. Prose rambles. Purpose statement is unclear or missing.Demonstrates incomplete understanding of content and/or inadequate preparation.No purpose statement.Submits assignment late.2 points5APA Referencing, Grammar, and SpellingCorrect applicable APA formatting with no errors.The writer correctly identifies reading audience, as demonstrated by appropriate language (avoids jargon and simplifies complex concepts appropriately).There are no spelling, punctuation, or word-usage errors.5 pointsThe writer demonstrates correct usage of formal English language in sentence construction.There are minimal to no grammar, punctuation, or word-usage errors.4 pointsThe writer occasionally uses awkward sentence structure. Problems with word usage (evidence of incorrect use of thesaurus) and punctuation persist, often causing some difficulties with grammar.Multiple grammar, punctuation, or word usage errors.3 pointsThe writer struggles with limited vocabulary and has difficulty conveying meaning such that only the broadest, most general messages are presented.Grammar and punctuation are consistently incorrect. Spelling errors are numerous.Submits assignment late.2 points17/05/20208nursing

English 200

You will have been taking many notes on the poem you have chosen to explicate. After each assigned chapter you will apply the end of the chapter checklist to the poem you have chosen. By the time you complete this poetry section you should know your poem inside and out and it will be time to write a paper detailing or “explicating” what the poem means. Paper length: 4-6 pages Formatting: MLA formatting. I am pretty strict about this. Research requirement: I do not require you to research outside the bounds of the poem for this project, but if you wish to it is certainly possible to do so. Include a “Works Cited” page with the paper please even if the textbook is your only source. If you need more samples justgoogle”poetry explication sample essays” and see what you come up with.14/05/20204english

English critical thinking

Choose one of your own behaviors or traits, such as getting angry easily, being compulsive, or not being athletic, and write a post suggesting possible causes for the behavior or trait. Come up with as many possible causes as you can.Then ask yourself which perspectives you used in identifying causes and what about your life led to such perspectives. For example, did you focus on biological, psychological (internal), or environmental (external) causes? Why?13/05/20205english

English 115 week

Time ManagementTime management is one of the keys to success as a college student! You can do a number of things to maximize the time you have in a day.For your initial post, choose ONE of the strategies below, and explain how you can use that strategy to manage your schoolwork. Make lists on a notepad, computer, and/or smartphone Study on the go with the Strayer App during your commute, and/or lunch break Create a dedicated workspace in an office, corner of a room, or hallway15/05/20205english

Problem Solving

Assignment 2: Problem SolvingDue Week 9 and worth 150 pointsWhen faced with a problem, what do you do to solve it? This assignment asks you to apply a six-step to problem solving process to a specific problem scenario. You will write a paper that presents a synthesis of your ideas about solving the problem using this systematic approach. As Voltaire said, “No problem can withstand the assault of sustained thinking.”Scenario:You have two jobs, one during the week from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm, and one on Saturday from 3:00 pm to 11:00 pm. You are taking two classes, one that meets from 6:00 to 10:00 pm, and one class online. You have two kids, one who plays soccer, and one who is in band. You have two elderly parents who no longer drive. You have two siblings, one who lives two (2) miles away, and one who lives in another state. You have two (2) papers due in your classes the same week that one (1) of your children has a soccer tournament, and the other child has a band concert. You are coaching the soccer team, and you are in charge of fundraising for the band. You have a goal to complete your degree in two (2) years. Your doctor tells you that your blood pressure, your cholesterol, and your weight are too high and recommends several medications that cost you nearly $200 per month after your insurance co-pay.Review the six-step problem solving process outlined in the webtext, based on the article “The Problem Solving Process” located at http://www.gdrc.org/decision/problem-solve.html:Step One: Define the problemStep Two: Analyze the problemStep Three: Generate optionsStep Four: Evaluate optionsStep Five: Make your decisionStep Six: Implement and reflectWrite a four to five (4-5) page paper in which you:1. Define the problem in the scenario that you have chosen.2. Analyze the problem in the scenario.3. Generate options for solving the problem in the scenario.4. Evaluate the options for solving the problem.5. Decide on the best option for solving the problem.6. Explain how you will implement the decision made and reflect on whether this option was the most effective.The paper should follow guidelines for clear and organized writing:- Include an introductory paragraph and concluding paragraph.- Address main ideas in body paragraphs with a topic sentence and supporting sentences.- Adhere to standard rules of English grammar, punctuation, mechanics, and spelling.Your assignment must follow these formatting requirements: – This course requires use of Strayer Writing Standards (SWS). The format is different than other Strayer University courses. Please take a moment to review the SWS documentation for details.- Based on the guidelines in SWS, “A well-researched assignment has at least as many sources as pages.” Therefore, since this assignment requires you to write at least 4-5 pages, you should include at least 4-5 references.The specific course learning outcomes associated with this assignment are:-Recognize the hindrances to the decision-making process in order to apply problem-solving skills to a variety of situations.- Create written work utilizing the concepts of critical thinking.- Use technology and information resources to research issues in critical thinking skills and informal logic.20/05/202025businessfinance

English 103 eassy 3

Essay 3 on Technology and the Future (Final Draft)English 1050 Essay 3: Technology and the Future (Final Draft)Many arguments have been made regarding the subject of new technology. Some people welcome new technological advances. Many “dystopian” novels and films (such as Fahrenheit 451 and The Matrix) warn against new technology, and even suggest that self-aware machines will someday enslave the human race. Is this possible? Even if machines do not destroy humans, are they dangerous in other ways? For example, the animated film Wal-E depicts a future society in which humanity is so dependent on technology that we are nearly helpless. Your assignment is to write an essay of 5-7 pages (and 1,200-1,500 words) on the subject of technology. You should focus on the following question: “Is new technology harmful or beneficial to human beings, or a combination of both? Will technology help or hinder humanity’s efforts to create a better society in the future?” Your essay’s First Draft must have a title, a thesis statement, and at least five paragraphs. Use prewriting techniques to generate ideas if you need to. The purpose of a persuasive essay is to convince the reader to do something (such as agree with your argument). I suggest you use the three persuasive appeals (ethos, pathos, and logos) we discussed in class to persuade the reader. You must use the following three sources in your essay: the excerpt from Sir Thomas More’s book, Utopia from our Barnet book, the novel Fahrenheit 451, and the film The Matrix. Please use these sources on your works cited page (see next page). You may also use additional sources if you wish. Here are three possible ways that you can use these sources. Each of these suggestions are optional: How does Ray Bradbury, in his novel Fahrenheit 451, argue that new technology will affect society in the future? Does he suggest this technology will have positive or negative effects, or a combination of both? Is the technology in his book helpful or harmful to its users? Do you agree or disagree with the theme or message of his novel? Analyze the argument expressed by the character Morpheus, for or against the Matrix, in the film of the same name. Does Morpheus argue that the Matrix (the computer-generated virtual reality in the film) is beneficial or harmful? What is Morpheus’s claim (conclusion or thesis?) What are his grounds (evidence or support?) What is his warrant (guarantee that his grounds support his claim?) You may use details from the film and from your own experience to support your conclusions. Analyze the argument expressed by the character Cypher, for or against the Matrix, in the film of the same name. Does Cypher argue that the Matrix (the computer-generated virtual reality in the film) is beneficial or harmful? What is Cypher’s claim (conclusion or thesis?) What are his grounds (evidence or support?) What is his warrant (guarantee that his grounds support his claim?) You may use details from the film and from your own experience to support your conclusions. Explain the argument expressed by Sir Thomas More in his book Based on your reading of the excerpt from Utopia in our Barnet book, is Moore describing a better society? Does new technology help us create such a society, or prevent us from creating such a society? You may use details from the essay and your own experience to support your conclusions.Please see your syllabus for the final draft due date. Your final draft must be word-processed according to the MLA style rules. You may also use information from the Web site www.bedfordstmartins.com/barnetbedau(Links to an external site.) to support your conclusions. Relax and have fun with this assignment!Below is a correctly-formatted works cited page for this assignment:Works CitedBradbury, Ray. Fahrenheit 451. Simon & Schuster, 2013.More, Sir Thomas. “From Utopia.” Current Issues and Enduring Questions. Tenth Edition. Ed. Sylvan Barnet and Hugo Bedau. Bedford, 2014. pp. 655-668.Wachowski, Larry and Andy, Dir. The Matrix. Perf. Keanu Reeves, Laurence Fishburne, Carrie- Anne Moss and Hugo Weaving. Warner Brothers, 1999.This tool needs to be loaded in a new browser window16/05/202015english

Proficiency Level Analysis

Analyze the proficiency level data in the “Ms. Jensen’s 7th Grade Class AZELLA Scores” document to place the students into appropriate groups for in-class activities.In a 500-750 word essay, describe how you would group these students for in-class English language arts activities. Include a rationale for your choices.Support this assignment with at least three scholarly resources.Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the APA Style Guide,12/05/202010education

Case Study (Page 2938)

Put the key issues of the case in context in terms of what, of relevance, is going on in the firm’s external environment: economically, politically, socially, competitively that influences your possible course of action.TRANSNATIONALMANAGEMENT.pdfPosted: 20 hours agoDue: 15/04/2020Budget: $15Tags: Analysis international businessinternational case study Answers 0Bids 101Dr. Michelle_KMThe QuA lityTeacher TrumahnJah ProvidesEARNESTWRITERAmanda SmithEmily ClareAshley ClaireWIZARD_KIMabdul_rehman_quality work for allMusyokionesRosie Septembermichael smithPaula Hogjuliusmu33Quickly answer American TutorJane the tutorwizard kimPROF. ANNEssay-tutorEmily MichaelCatherine OwensProCastrol01Kelly JacobsDexterMastersRELIABLE PAPERSsmart-tutorRESPECT WRITERBrainy BrianJessica LuisChrisProfPhd christinesuraya_PhDTerry RobertsRihAN_MendozaStano 001perfectoElprofessoriEva GreenProf Berrywork solutionsBrooklyn Milan Malik Tutorbrilliant answersRey writerCasey CeliaSophia MilesJenny BoomNursing_MissDrNicNgaokim woodsWendy LewisAngelina MaySaburBUltimate GEEKTutor Cyrus KenMiss ProfessorDr. ElahiBrilliant GeekDr R Judy Markprof avrilDr Candice_2547Agher EditorLisa-RandallMichelle OwensTiny ChrisPROF washington watsonseniorwritermadam-professorSaad Fahimmbithehphyllis youngbennetsandovaMathStat GeniusJudithTutorAtta ur RehmanUNDISPUTED GEEKprofwachgraceCotton CandyAbdullah AnwarAcademic MentorA-Grade WriterMiss Emily BluntHomework ProJen Tech1Dr Willymartinsfirstclass tutorPROFJUMAAAProff work phd ansRohanMiss Lily J.suniyaziaAllan-kingsElaine CarterTutor-paulaMiss_AqsaTop Notch AnswerQuick AnswersjohnmutuajmOther questions 10Computer simulation assignment Using Flexsim Software… BSHS 405 Week 3 Learning Team Treatment PlanCMGT 575 Week 5 Individual Assignment Explain SR-rm-004 Project ApproachAccounting – California Income TaxEthics 5.9Business D&Q, need to be done in 5 hoursintro to programmingComputer Literacy Paper – 2 pagesNeed final paper Computer Science 10 pagesACC555 Assignment 2 Unit 4Not ratedPresentation and PowerPointYushan Bicycles – discussion points (Page176-183)A. What is the motivation behind their expansion internationally? How effectively is it achieving its goals? Include a brief corporate …Not rated(Essay 35) English Field: EnglishDeadline:5HRequired:read the case 1 , write a speech.the case is from the book page 176 to page 183and page 25 to page 28 is something about the …15/04/202015businessfinance

Please only respond if can complete by 2p eastern

PLEASE ONLY RESPOND IF CAN COMPLETED BEFORE 2PM250-300 words please see and use attachedTextbookChapter8.pdfps6.docxPosted: 2 hours agoDue: 18/04/2020Budget: $10Tags: todayAnswers 1RESPECT WRITER5.0 (5)4.8 (4k )Chat17 minutes agoPurchase the answer to view itDiscussion.docxTry it first(plagiarism check)Buy answer $10Bids 86PapersGuruWIZARD_KIMDexterMastersRESPECT WRITERElprofessoriMusyokionesQuickly answer abdul_rehman_brilliant answersEARNESTWRITERProf James Kelvinhassan0906Brainy Brianquality work for allHomework ProTerry RobertsProf.MacQueenChrisProfMichelle OwensPROF. 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Research paper Effect of COVID19 on Electrical company

Hi there,I am looking to research paper in APA formate, which has all factors, details with verified sources which can prove that, how bad/good COVID-19 is for Electrical company.10 to 12 pages.No plagiarism Posted: 5 hours agoDue: 19/04/2020Budget: $10Tags: research paperData scienceElectricalInformation TechnologyAnswers 0Bids 72Teacher A WorkGradesMaestroDexterMastersCreative InstructorProf. KimQuickly answer hassan0906American TutorbennetsandovaANN HARRISbrilliant answersRosie SeptemberPROF. ANNDr. ElahiJessica LuisAll Works solverjuliusmu33quality work for allabdul_rehman_Paula HogElprofessorismart-tutorperfectoJenny BoomEmily MichaelMichelle OwensAmanda Smithprof avrilHomework ProAgher EditorTiny ChrisSOPHIE BLAKEDr WillymartinsSaburBAcademic MentorKATHERINE BECKSDr Candice_2547Brooklyn Milan Nursing_Missimhmd.fsarapaul2013RELIABLE PAPERSCasey CeliaChrisProfDrNicNgaoAngelina MayUNDISPUTED GEEKEva GreenCatherine OwensansRohanTutorJoeKimMiss ProfessorTutor Cyrus Kenphyllis youngLizluvwriterkim woodsSaad FahimCotton CandyAbdullah AnwarWendy LewisProf.MacQueenMiss Emily BluntJen Tech1A-Grade WriterPROFJUMAAAQuickMentorMiss Lily J.suniyaziaProfGladdy01katetutorTop Notch AnswerDr. Ellen RMOther questions 10FOR NANCY CAROL ONLY1 page written essay – MARKETING Use the 68-95-99.7 rule to solve the problem.2) The time it take Claudia to drive to work is normally distributed…Definition EssayPaper rewrite on Physician Assisted SuicideWrite a semiotic analysis paper , MLA FORMAT , DUE 3/30/15 @ 11:00 a.m NO PLAGIARISM PLEASE Exclusively for Proff WriterBarriers to Evidence-based Nursing Practice In order for evidence-based nursing practice Does the agriculture needs all these chemicals or we can avoid them?BUS 680 Entire CourseBlog ArchiveCopyright © 2019 HomeworkMarket.com Read MoreApplied SciencesArchitecture and DesignBiologyBusiness & FinanceChemistryComputer ScienceGeographyGeologyEducationEngineeringEnglishEnvironmental scienceSpanishGovernmentHistoryHuman Resource ManagementInformation SystemsLawLiteratureMathematicsNursingPhysicsPolitical SciencePsychologyReadingScienceSocial Science window.__REDUX__STATE__ = ‘{“appMeta”:{“serverRendered”:true},”apiRequests”:{“pendingRequestCount”:0,”succeededRequestCount”:4,”failedRequestCount”:0,”requestCounters”:{“GET_FIELDS_PENDING”:0,”GET_ENTITY_PENDING”:0,”GET_FIELDS_SUCCESS”:1,”GET_ENTITY_SUCCESS”:1,”GET_SIMILAR_QUESTIONS_PENDING”:0,”GET_OTHER_QUESTIONS_PENDING”:0,”GET_OTHER_QUESTIONS_SUCCESS”:1,”GET_SIMILAR_QUESTIONS_SUCCESS”:1}},”currentUserMeta”:{“id”:0,”isGuest”:true,”isReceivingEmails”:null,”authMethod”:null,”approvalTicket”:null,”fees”:null,”disputesAmount”:null,”earningsStats”:{“questions”:{“totalPurchases”:0,”totalIncome”:0},”tutorials”:{“totalPurchases”:0,”totalIncome”:0}}},”modal”:{},”joyride”:{“steps”:[]},”users”:{“guest-0”:{“role”:”student”,”isGuest”:true}},”usersStatuses”:{},”usersThreads”:{},”usersReviews”:{},”usersQuestions”:{},”reviewsPage”:{“results”:[]},”reviews”:{},”answersReviews”:{},”threads”:{},”questions”:{“3983647”:{“body”:”Training Preferences.Discuss the type of training you would prefer and why. 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Argumentative Essay for English 1102

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post summary herePosted: a day agoDue: 27/03/2020Budget: $5Tags: businessOperationsFinanceAnswers 1PROVEN QUALITY 5.0 (2)5.0 (35)ChatdoneAnswer rating:5Stars out of1ratingsa day agoPurchase the answer to view itSummaryPaper1.docxDeliverable6-DataGrain8SlidePowerPoint.pptxTry it first(plagiarism check)Buy answer $5Bids 67Dr. Michelle_KMAmerican TutorDiscount AssignAmanda SmithLisa-Randallbrilliant answershassan0906professor mitchRosie SeptemberTopanswersProf.MacQueenDrNicNgaoMathStat GeniusCatherine OwensRESPECT WRITERStano 001Dr shamille ClaraPROF. 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Organisation Behavior Problem Set

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Business 400 Trader Joes

Answer the following questions after reading the case How do firms in the supermarket industry make money? Please conduct a financial ratio analysis using the data in Exhibit 2. How do the results reflect the different strategies pursued by those four firms? What do the results say about how firms in this industry can deliver strong financial returns in different ways? What are the key sources of Trader Joe’s competitive advantage? Is their advantage sustainable? What are the main threats to Trader Joe’s competitive advantage? How would you modify Trader Joe’s strategy moving forward? Please read the following articles and comment on the strategies of Whole Foods. Are they a competitor to Trader’s Joe?http://fortune.com/2015/02/11/whole-foods-same-store-sales/http://fortune.com/video/2014/11/06/whole-foods-reports-9-growth-over-last-year/http://fortune.com/2014/11/05/strong-sales-at-whole-foods-allays-concerns-about-rivals/ Comment on this research about the food consumption in America:http://fortune.com/2014/09/04/waste-not-want-not/TraderJoes.pdfFinancialAnalysis.pdfFinancialAnalysis.pdfPosted: a year agoDue: 11/02/2019Budget: $15Answers 2Rey writer4.5 (342)4.7 (10k )Chata year agoPurchase the answer to view itorder_112912_288834.docTry it first(plagiarism check)Buy answer $20Dr_Aabirah_786 (Not rated)4.8 (275)Chata year agoPurchase the answer to view itTry it first(plagiarism check)Buy answer $12Bids 79Sheena A EastonRosie SeptemberGradesMaestroGenuine Geniuswizard kimAgher EditorMath GuruuBlackhartWriterANN HARRISKATHERINE BECKSAsad UllahDr.Dan15Miss HilaryHonest Business WriterQuality AssignmentsDr.Qura-tul-ainPROF washington watsonMiss QuA LityWitnessPapersGuruMalik Tutorkatetutorkristine tutorCatherine Owensbrilliant answersDr.Tournier WoodFavouritewriterDexterMastersperfectoJenny BoomBill_WilliamsKarim Asadnadia tutorDENNISWRIGHTBusiness Writerkim woodsGabriella OwensWendy LewisAabish Aabidahguru answersProf.MacQueenRey writerNAFTALY KBest of BestThe_Ideas_Teamimhmd.fClytemnestrakatemorokaprofessor mitchGuruu MathDrNicNgaoansRohanCharandryMiss Professorphyllis youngYoung Kim hoodskite_solChrisProfDr_Aabirah_786Jamie AckerBest-Tutor8Homework ProTiny ChrisDr shamille ClaraDr. Claver-NNProCastrol01writer respect ProWong01Michelle OwensTop-PerformerMichelle Lewis PhdMaham MalikProf AllanBest Writer786Carla BunnieKIBBZMORIAsmart-tutorProThuostevek87Other questions 10Answer the following questions. 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Managerial Accounting 3 assignments

Please create 3 word documents in APA format and included at least 3 references for each document.1. For the Discussion Assignment the company is Apple inc. I will attach Unit 2 paper, so you can take a look. PLEASE ALWAYS INCLUDE CONCLUSION AND CITE REFERENCES.1.Discussion AssignmentIn the discussion forum you are expected to participate often and engage in deep levels of discourse. Please post your initial response by Sunday evening and continue to participate throughout the unit. You are required to post an initial response to the question/issue presented in the Forum and then respond to at least 3 of your classmates’ initial posts. You should also respond to anyone who has responded to you.Your Discussion should be a minimum of 250 words in length and not more than 450 words. Please include a word count. Following the APA standard, use references and in-text citations for the textbook and any other sources.Refer to the manufacturing company you selected for the Unit 2 Discussion and explain how you would determine the company’s contribution margin and contribution margin percent. In your initial post include the following:· Identify which specific variables should be included in the calculation.· Illustrate your explanation by calculating the contribution margin and contribution margin percent using hypothetical values.· Explain what your calculated results tell you about the company’s sales and cost structure.2. Written AssignmentSubmit a paper which is 3-4 pages in length (no more than 4-pages), exclusive of the reference page. The paper should be double spaced in Times New Roman (or its equivalent) font which is no greater than 12 points in size. The paper should cite at least three sources in APA format. One source can be your textbook.In this paper, please discuss the following case study. In doing so, explain your approach to the problem, support your approach with references, and execute your approach. Provide an answer to the case study’s question with a recommendation.You are the owner of a parasailing company that is expanding operations to a new beachfront location, and you need to prepare a three-year analysis for the bank that may loan you the funds to purchase your boat and parasailing equipment. Because of your well-established reputation, you already have received requests for “flights” to be scheduled as soon as you open the new location. Therefore, you expect to break-even the first year but must calculate the number of flights needed. You also need to determine the new break-even point in Year 2 if the location allows referrals, which you believe will average about 2% of the sales price overall. Finally, you need to determine the volume needed to have $10,000 in profit in Year 3. The following information is available:· Sales price per flight $175· Estimated loan payment per month $350· Fuel costs per flight $100· Full-time scheduler salary $2,500 per month· Boat crew per flight $30· $500 per month dock fee and use of a small office on the pierRequirements:· Calculate the Year 1 break-even quantity, contribution margin, and contribution margin ratio. Explain how the values were determined.· Calculate the Year 2 break-even quantity, break-even sales, and contribution margin ratio. Explain how the values were determined.· Determine the number of flights (units) needed to retain a profit of $10,000 in Year 3, assuming the company does allow for referrals.· Recommend if the bank should issue the loan.Superior papers will:· Perform all calculations correctly.· Articulate the approach to solving the problem.· Explain the relationship of the costs to the concept of contribution margin.· Discuss any limitations of the data, including what may be missing.· Conclude on whether the bank should issue the loan.Be sure to use APA formatting in your paper. Purdue University’s Online Writing LAB (OWL) is a free website that provides excellent information and resources for understanding and using the APA format and style. The OWL website can be accessed here: http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/01/3. I will attach Unit 1 assignment so you can take a look.Portfolio ActivityThis week has focused on using several cost analysis tools to determine how well products contribute to a company’s profitability. However, all of these tools are internally used and not required to be published outside of an organization. Instead, external stakeholders rely on the three key financial statements reviewed in Unit 1:· Income Statement· Balance Sheet· Statement of Cash Flows)If a company’s CVP analyses showed it was not operating at break-even, where on the financial statements might one be able to see this impact (i.e., specific line items on the statements)?As portfolio activities are to be self-reflective, please make sure to connect the portfolio assignment to:· Your personal experiences· Course readings and any external readings.· Discussion forum posts or other course objectives that tie into your reflection.The Portfolio Activity entry should be a minimum of 500 words and not more than 750 words. Use APA citations and references if you use ideas from the readings or other sources.28/11/201916businessfinance

1 Page response due date in 24 hours

Choose one of the musical examples from the Week 5 “Additional Resources” (I might suggest one of the madrigals) and write a 1-page double-spaced subjective response (aligned with what we talked about in class on Wednesday). This is not a research paper, sources are not necessary, although having an English translation might help if appropriate.Additional Resources:here’s the musical examplehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GrqO_ipHPMM01/10/201713english

Discussion board

1.Prior to this class,what have you learned about the writing and/or reading process that you think might be valuable for other students to know?In answering this question you can draw from your experience in English1301,but need not be limited to that.For instance,you might have learned something in high school that has proven helpful to you in college.Or you might have learned something in a class other than English.Or you might have discovered your own method for writing essays or any other type of writing.For instance,if you write songs,you might discuss your songwriting methods.In your initial post,write informally and try to present your experience in the form of a story or series of examples.Be sure to explain not only what you have learned,but how it has proved useful to you–and how you think it might benefit your peers in this class.Before submitting your posts,practice good proofreading by reading aloud to catch missing words,missing punctuation,obvious grammar mistakes–and anything that would distract your readers.Length of initial post=250words2.or this Discussion Board, choose a writer,speaker,musician,actor, or anyone else you like for his or hervoice.Your choice should be someoneat least a few students in the class might know. So choose Christopher Walkeninstead of your Uncle Harry, or BarackObama instead of the dogcatcher in your small town. Let me go back to my examples to clarify what I mean by voice. I don’t literally mean the audible sound of the person’s voice (although Christopher Walken’sis wonderfully weird). I mean instead the way your chosen person uses language–word choice, style, sentences–all the things that contribute to the attitude the voice conveys.. So a favorite singer/songwriter might be a great choice. Or a poet. Or even an actor who does commercials and portrays a character. If you do choose an actor, specify the role or type of roles. If you choose an author, which literary work or works do you like best?Begin your inital postby identifying your choice. Who is he or she? Identify the person so those in the class who don’t know them will be introduced to them. Then try to put into words what the quality of the person’s voice is that you admire. What does the voice project or portray? Who does the character appear to be as a personality? Why is he or she one of your favorites? If you could sit down and have a conversation with him or her, what would you talk about?Next give a direct quotation from your choice. The quote doesn’t have to be long, but it should give the quality of the person’s voice–the quality you like.After the quote, analyze the elements that you hear in the voice. You can look back at the lesson on voice for some ideas for adjectives, for instance. Going beyond the adjectives, is there a metaphor or other figure of speech that you could use to describe the person’s voice? Think especially about the emotional tone of the voice. What does the person seem to convey on the level of feelings?Your initial post should be at 250 words.3.There are three parts to your initial postfor thisDiscussion Board. They form a sequence, so be sure to do them in order. Youcouldwrite Part One as a 7-minute writing. Just set a timer and try to keep writing until the timer goes off. Don’t worry about grammar or organization. Just brainstorm.Label the three parts of the assignment so other students and I can see them separately.Part One. Before you start writing, look carefully at the cartoon below for a few minutes. Then write a “first response”–timed or not. Just write about what you see–or what youthink is going on.Try not to edit this response, so it stays fresh–just asyouwrote it.Part Two. Make a list of5 detailsin the cartoon that you think were put there for a reason, or that contribute to the overall meaning of the cartoon.Part Three. Using your vast powers of inference* make a guess as to the cartoonist’s purpose in creating the cartoon.*Inference = A conclusion reached on the basis of evidence and reasoning. When writers or artists produce texts, they may say what they mean, but often they don’t. Instead, they ask their audience to participate in the artistic process by “decoding” the text. The main cognitive skill we usefor this decoding isinference. (What we conclude is also called an inference).In your two responses, comment on what other students wrote about the cartoon, agreeing or disagreeing–or both. (Our little textbook loves it when you both agree and disagree. Such “both” positions often represent critical thinking.)Length: Initial post = 250 minimum4.As an effective argument, King’s letter uses the rhetorical strategies ofethos, logos, and pathos. Find the best example of each of the three in the letter. Using specific references and quotations from the text of the letter, write three short paragraphs in your initial post. Each should be at least 100 words. In each paragraph, identify the rhetorical strategy by its Greek name (ethos, etc.) describe its context in the letter, and explain how it works to convince King’s intended audience. If you think that King is speaking to an audience that represents various points of view, show how the strategy he uses is intended to reach either a particularsegment of his reading audience–or all of it.(Remember how effectively the Earl of Spencer addressed his speech to a variety of audiences, depending on what he was talking about at a particular point in the speech.)Please don’t decline to think on your own on this assignment and run to the internet before trying to complete your initial post. Have confidence that you understand rhetoric well enough to do a great job on your own. If you struggle a bit, it will be worth the effort. 250 word12/05/202020english

Medical Office Scenarios

Please correct English, spelling and grammar. Sources must be cited in APA format. Your response should be four (4) double-spaced pages.Please see attached. 4 Part Question and Answer.Medicaloffice.docxPosted: 2 years agoDue: 29/03/2018Budget: $33Answers 2Dr.Nickavita4.6 (115)4.7 (181)Chat2 years agoPurchase the answer to view itTry it first(plagiarism check)Buy answer $33Dr.Nickavita4.6 (115)4.7 (181)Chat2 years agoPurchase the answer to view itMedicalofficefinal.docxTry it first(plagiarism check)Buy answer $33Bids 43HarvardProfSophia MilesDoctor_EdwardEssay-tutorMiss ProfessorMichelle Lewis PhdJulie Waynebrilliant answersgivbtrtmwbs1eCallie ThorneDr.NickavitasochienUltimate_WriterKATHERINE BECKSphyllis youngBusiness WriterBrilliantEzzayZLindah-Proffprof avrilSUCCEED EASILYMichelle OwensGeek SuccessFadia NawazDR.WISSERANN HARRISProfessor_NellyRey writerperfectolibrarysmartsSophia Emersonkim woodsAllRoundBest TutorkatetutorProf Double RMichelle KtutorthammyTutor YvonneProf AllanWendy LewistutorgreatTop-PerformerfarhatullahnicohwilliamOther questions 10BUSINESS LAW 17015 MINUTE SPEECH 1617Help Please Isaac Newtonhum 111For Prof. Moses 31. Do the independent variables correlate statistically significantly and practicallywith the dependent variable?last report -5FIN 504 week7 module problems solution grand canyon uniComputer Science – Risk AssessmentACC 291 Week 1 Individual ExerciseNot ratedMedical Office ManagementBlog ArchiveCopyright © 2019 HomeworkMarket.com Read MoreApplied SciencesArchitecture and DesignBiologyBusiness & FinanceChemistryComputer ScienceGeographyGeologyEducationEngineeringEnglishEnvironmental scienceSpanishGovernmentHistoryHuman Resource ManagementInformation SystemsLawLiteratureMathematicsNursingPhysicsPolitical SciencePsychologyReadingScienceSocial Science window.__REDUX__STATE__ = ‘{“appMeta”:{“serverRendered”:true},”apiRequests”:{“pendingRequestCount”:0,”succeededRequestCount”:4,”failedRequestCount”:0,”requestCounters”:{“GET_FIELDS_PENDING”:0,”GET_ENTITY_PENDING”:0,”GET_FIELDS_SUCCESS”:1,”GET_ENTITY_SUCCESS”:1,”GET_SIMILAR_QUESTIONS_PENDING”:0,”GET_OTHER_QUESTIONS_PENDING”:0,”GET_SIMILAR_QUESTIONS_SUCCESS”:1,”GET_OTHER_QUESTIONS_SUCCESS”:1}},”currentUserMeta”:{“id”:0,”isGuest”:true,”isReceivingEmails”:null,”authMethod”:null,”approvalTicket”:null,”fees”:null,”disputesAmount”:null,”earningsStats”:{“questions”:{“totalPurchases”:0,”totalIncome”:0},”tutorials”:{“totalPurchases”:0,”totalIncome”:0}}},”modal”:{},”joyride”:{“steps”:[]},”users”:{“guest-0”:{“role”:”student”,”isGuest”:true}},”usersStatuses”:{},”usersThreads”:{},”usersReviews”:{},”usersQuestions”:{},”reviewsPage”:{“results”:[]},”reviews”:{},”answersReviews”:{},”threads”:{},”questions”:{“7247405”:{“body”:”ACC 291 Week 1 Individual Exercise”,”id”:7247405,”title”:”ACC 291 Week 1 Individual Exercise”,”isTutorial”:true,”isEssay”:false,”due”:”2017-11-25T00:00:00.000Z”,”budget”:5,”fieldOfStudyId”:1900,”userId”:575553,”published”:true,”newBids”:0,”createdAt”:”2015-11-26T18:54:17.000Z”,”fieldOfStudy”:{“id”:1900,”name”:”Business Finance – Accounting”,”anchor”:”Accounting”,”fieldOfStudyId”:900,”createdAt”:”2017-09-06T03:15:16.000Z”,”path”:{“id”:5886183,”path”:”/fields/business-finance-accounting”,”sitemap”:true,”amp”:false,”createdAt”:”2017-12-24T22:55:21.000Z”}},”path”:{“id”:889130,”path”:”/content/acc-291-week-1-individual-exercise-0″,”sitemap”:false,”amp”:false,”createdAt”:”2017-09-06T03:23:07.000Z”}},”7248571″:{“body”:”(please see the attached for all details of this question)Above is the Global Finance, Inc. (GFI) network diagram. A hypothetical company, GFI has grown rapidly this past year and implemented a …”,”id”:7248571,”title”:”Computer Science – Risk Assessment”,”isTutorial”:true,”isEssay”:false,”due”:”2015-11-26T10:36:00.000Z”,”budget”:30,”fieldOfStudyId”:1700,”userId”:485197,”published”:true,”newBids”:0,”createdAt”:”2015-11-26T21:41:48.000Z”,”fieldOfStudy”:{“id”:1700,”name”:”Computer Science”,”anchor”:”Computer Science”,”createdAt”:”2017-09-06T03:15:16.000Z”,”path”:{“id”:5886179,”path”:”/fields/computer-science”,”sitemap”:true,”amp”:false,”createdAt”:”2017-12-24T22:55:21.000Z”}},”path”:{“id”:889268,”path”:”/content/computer-science-risk-assessment”,”sitemap”:true,”amp”:true,”createdAt”:”2017-09-06T03:23:07.000Z”}},”7251571″:{“body”:”Save LinkAssignmentLong-Term and Short-Term Financial Decisions ProblemsDue Date:Nov 18, 2015 23:59:59 Max Points:50Details:Using …29/03/201833nursing

Week 5 DQ 1 and DQ2 urgent needed asap

DQ1:After reading “Vocabulary” from the Wisconsin Common Core State Standard for English Language Arts, which of the vocabulary tiers would be the most important to focus on for an intermediate level ELL?http://dpi.wi.gov/sites/default/files/imce/cal/pdf/vocabulary.pdfDQ2:Vocabulary instruction is an integral part of the developing language for ELLs. Present two strategies for teaching vocabulary to ELLs. How would you go about deciding which words to teach?http://www.scoe.org/docs/ah/AH_kinsella2.pdf18/12/201910education

English watch video answer 4 questions in attachment

This is due tomorrow….. must have done by tomorrow…..Watch the video: https://cerritos.kanopy.com/product/mask-you-live by Jennifer Siebel NewsomGoogle search: The mask you live in by jennifer Siebel NewsomThen view the attachment and pick 5 questions to answer. The questions are in reference to the video.The answers must by thorough and complete. No short answers18/12/201910english

English Composition (Journal Part 1 Entries 16)

Program49811205Lesson250200Exam No.250200Exam NameJOURNAL PART 1: ENTRIES 1-6Course Journal, Part 1: Entries 1-6This exam is your first journal submission. Review the instructions in your digital study guide on pages 16-17to ensure that you have included required journal entries 1-6 entries 1-6 correspond to the required reading in lessons 1, 2, and 3. formatted your journal correctly formatting instructions are in your digital study guide included your header with all required information and saved your exam correctly Instructions for the header and file name are page6 in your digital study guide. Journal1.pdfPosted: 2 years agoDue: 06/12/2017Budget: $5Answers 0Bids 5Prof Perfect Geofreyphyllis youngkim woodsMilly JoyRey writerOther questions 10Gender and society forum due ASAP Pros and Cons of alcohol consumption(This class is about wine tasting!)Informatics & NursingCreate an MS PowerPoint Presentationin which you evaluate the current state of the process you selected in Week Two and summarize the proposed future state. Required Elements: Evaluate the efficiency and effectiveness of the process selected in trying to find bus308 week 3 from 2016for prof.goodmanThis is for RubyDQ 8statistics homework1. What fundamental rights ought to be extended to all persons? 2. What justifications can be employed for limiting someone's rights? Give at least three responses to each question.Not ratedEnglish composition I have more than ten assignments on English Composition.But I just wanna start with 4Pre-writing:Process analysis exam 250201Essay -process analysis Exam 250202Prewritten classification …06/12/20175english

Write about an article

2 pages MLA formatwithout any outside sourceall instruction and the article are in the attachmentuse very essay English because it is for English as second language class 09/12/201910english

Module 5 Written Assignment The Gambler Who Blew $127 Million

In order for a contract to be legal all parties must have the legal capacity to consent. Review the attached letter regarding Terrance Watanabe who lost nearly $127 million over several months while gambling in a casino in Las Vegas. He argues that he was under the influence of alcohol and drugs provided by the casino while gambling and thus should not be relieved of his contractual obligation to be responsible for all of the monies lost and or still owed. Clearly state your opinion answering the following question:Should the law allow someone that becomes voluntarily incapacitated through intoxication or other means escape from a contractual obligation using incapacity as a defense? Does it matter if the other party to the contract knew or clearly should have known that the other party is or has become incapacitated?Document SpecificsYour paper should be based on reviewing the attached article and your reading in this course in particular this session reading. When writing your paper use the following guidelines:· The body of your paper should be 750-1,000 words in length (not including front matter or end matter like the cover page, abstract, bibliography); in 12 point font, and single or double spaced.· At least 2 external, quality research sources must also be consulted, and referenced in the text and cited in the bibliography.Your paper will be evaluated with attention to the following elements· Meets word count requirement; (750-1,000 words in the body a Cover and References page)· Mechanics, Usage, and Grammar· Original content and thought· Includes thoughtful analysis and commentary on the provided article plus the outside source you find to answer the proposed question(s).· Document design and layout· Follows APA format for in-text citations and bibliography.For more information on how to properly format your paper using APA format refer to the Purdue OWL APA website for samples and information:https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/01 (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.16/02/201820businessfinance

“Course Info Governance

Discussion Ch9 Q2″Chapter Nine (9): Information Governance (IG) and Records and Information Management Functions.From the Chapter, we have learned from that Records Management (RM) is a key impact area of IG – so much that in the RM space, IG is often thought of as synonymous with or a single superset of RM. From that perspective, the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) defined business records as “information created, received, and maintained as evidence and information by an organization or person, in pursuance of legal obligations or in the transaction in the form of records.”Q1: To further enhance our knowledge andunderstanding of RM, ISO provided a more refined definition of RM to a granular level as “[the] field of management responsible for the efficient and systematic control of what…?Identify and complete the missing phrase to directly complete the granular definition?TextBook:Information Governance: Concepts, Strategies, and Best Practices• Author: Robert F. Smallwood• Publisher: Wiley• Edition: Please Use Most Recent EditionPosted: 6 months agoDue: 29/05/2019Budget: $4Tags: infogovernanceAnswers 0Bids 33Michelle MalkDiscount AssignPHD doctorateprofessor mitchKATHERINE BECKSAdrian MonroeRey writersuraya_PhDENS. writerANN HARRISJessica LuiskatetutorJOHN JUNIOR001computersciencePerfect-A-plusansRohanMegan TillmanPotty Pavarottikim woodsMiss ProfessorAngelina MayWendy Lewisphyllis youngBill_WilliamsPh.D A GradeUrgent TutorTiny ChrisDexterMastersKIBBZMORIAsarapaul2013imtrqhasibuniversity workEmily MichaelOther questions 10assignmentFinance and Econ HWCIS 273 Week 10 Technical Paper*****Already A Rated Tutorial*****Use as Guide Paper*****CSRISKPAD 599 Week 8 Discussion 2 english 2 essayhistory Business QuestionCSCW One paragraphRated 1 timesChapter 9Chapter Nine (9):Information Governance (IG) and Records and Information Management Functions.From the Chapter, we have learned from that Records Management (RM) is a key …Not ratedIGW9Chapter Nine (9): Information Governance (IG) and Records and Information Management Functions.From the Chapter, we have learned from that Records Management (RM) is a key impact …Not ratedinformation GovernanceChapter Nine (9): Information Governance (IG) and Records and Information Management Functions.From the Chapter, we have learned from that Records Management (RM) is a key impact …Not rateddiscussionInformation Governance (IG) and Records and Information Management Functions.From the Chapter, we have learned from that Records Management (RM) is a key impact area of IG – so …Not ratedweek-9Chapter Nine (9): Information Governance (IG) and Records and Information Management Functions.From the Chapter, we have learned from that Records Management (RM) is a key impact …Not ratedAssignment -15Chapter Nine (9): Information Governance (IG) and Records and Information Management Functions. From the Chapter, we have learned from that Records Management (RM) is a key impact area of IG – …Not ratedQuestionInformation Governance (IG) and Records and Information Management Functions.From the Chapter, we have learned from that Records Management (RM) is a key impact area of IG – so …Not ratedInformation GovernanceChapter Nine (9): Information Governance (IG) and Records and Information Management Functions.From the Chapter, we have learned from that Records Management (RM) is a key impact …Not ratedunderstanding of RM, ISO provided a more refined definition of RM to a granular level as Chapter Nine (9): Information Governance (IG) and Records and Information Management Functions.From the Chapter, we have learned from that Records Management (RM) is a key impact …29/05/20194informationsystems

Emergency 8 hours must be completed English Writing Essay

Emergency, 8 hours must be completed.According to the requirements in the attached photo ,text is also in the attachment. Writing 3 pages. The paper includes an introduction, 3 body paragraphs, and a conclusion.(each body paragraphs need one direct quote, 3 body paragraphs have 3 direct quotes!!!) You must use a direct quote.This is analysis essay not summary!03/07/201960english

Company case ( Target)

Please read the Company Case Study 7 (Target) at the end of the Textbook (Page 531) and answer the questions at the end of the case. Answers to each question should be in the form of a short paragraph.· Assignments must be submitted online via Canvas in the form of a word document (.doc, .docx). Answers need to be typed in double-spaced, Times New Roman, Font 12. You need to use APA style formatting (https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/section/2/10/) if you use any references outside the textbook.· Please add a cover page with the relevant information of the assignment, such as your name, course name, title of assignment, professor’s name, date, etc.· Please proofread your submissions and make sure you eliminate any errors related to spelling, grammar, and format. Make sure to indicate page numbers on any document longer than one page.CompanyCaseStudy7-Target.pdfPosted: 2 years agoDue: 25/10/2017Budget: $5Answers 1Rey writer4.7 (123)4.7 (10k )Chat2 years agoPurchase the answer to view itorder_70803_171099.docBuy answer $5Bids 26Prof. ScriptHACKED ACCOUNTMehathiGet it solved.Rey writercoco_soboDr. Peter Wrightkim woodsProf. McCathyPhd isaac newtonkatetutorgivbtrtmwbs1eMichelle Lewis PhdUltimate ProffJAPMANTopNotch SolutionsGuardiantutorphyllis youngTalat MehmoodPROF.MERCYbrilliant answersProf Perfect GeofreyMichelle KasyokiGive n RelaxResearchProHRM,ECON,PYSCHOther questions 10CIS 294 – Week 4 – Individual: Support Portfolio –Online Research Exercise8 substantive post-75 to 100 words eachQUIZ 5PCN-445 Topic 6 DQ 2PCN-445 Topic 4 DQ 12-3 Page summaryThe Negative Impact of Sex and Violence Media Content*****Already A Rated Tutorial*****Use as Guide Paper*****For Rosie SeptemberLynn SimmonsISM Assessment/PITW VII AssignmentNot ratedcopmany casePlease read the Company Case Study 14 (Alibaba)at the end of the Textbook (Page 545) and answer the questions at the end of the case. Answers to each question should be in the form of a short …Not ratedCompany case Coach Answers need to be typed in double-spaced, Times New Roman, Font 12. You need to use APA style formatting (https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/section/2/10/) if you use any references outside the …Not ratedcase Please read the Company Case Study 11(Sears)at the end of the Textbook (Page 539) and answer the questions at the end of the case. Answers to each question should be in the form of a …Not ratedcase study Please read the Company Case Study 1 (FedEx) at the end of the Textbook (Page 519) and answer the questions at the end of the case. Answers to each question should be in the form of a short paragraph.25/10/20175english

Managment

PURPOSE OF ASSIGNMENTThe objective of this assignment is to apply the principles and concepts of security as enterprise architecture by extending upon the material described in the Archisurance case study.ASSIGNMENT INSTRUCTIONSWrite a paper explaining how Archisurance should address security within each layer of its enterprise architecture. Include in your discussion descriptions of the specific business, operational, and cyber-security risks that need to be managed and suggestions for how these might be managed.FORMATTING AND STYLE REQUIREMENTS· Submissions should be between 750 words and 1,000 words in length.· Refer to the UCOL Format and Style Requirements (Links to an external site.) on the Course Homepage, and be sure to properly cite your sources using Turabian Author-Date style citations (Links to an external site.).· · · · · RubricSmall Paper RubricSmall Paper RubricCriteriaRatingsPtsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeContent70.0 to <60.0 ptsExcellent WorkStudent demonstrates thorough understanding of the topic. Incorporates material from the assigned readings and from his/her experience. Specific examples are used to amplify key points. Demonstrates critical thinking skills in analyzing key concepts.60.0 to <49.0 ptsMeets StandardStudent demonstrates understanding of the topic. Incorporates some material from reading and/or personal experiences. Some critical thinking skills applied.49.0 to <35.0 ptsNeeds ImprovementStudent demonstrates some understanding of the topic. Few or no references to reading material or personal experience.35.0 to <0 ptsNeeds Significant ImprovementStudent did not demonstrate understanding of the topic. No references to reading material or personal experience.70.0 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeClarity20.0 to <16.0 ptsExcellent WorkPaper is structured in a logical manner, with appropriate subheadings to facilitate reading. Arguments are clear and backed with facts. Few, if any, unsubstantiated assertions.16.0 to <14.0 ptsMeets StandardPaper is structured logically. Some unsubstantiated arguments and/or assertions.14.0 to <10.0 ptsNeeds ImprovementPaper is not structured logically. Many unsubstantiated arguments and/or assertions.10.0 to <0 ptsNeeds Significant ImprovementPaper lacks structure. Unsubstantiated arguments and/or assertions.20.0 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeGrammar, References, UCOL Style Guide10.0 to <8.5 ptsExcellent WorkWriting follows accepted English grammar practices. No spelling or grammar errors, Use of Turabian and proper citation references and/or use of UCOL Style Guide used appropriately.8.5 to <7.0 ptsMeets StandardWriting follows accepted English grammar practices. Not more than 3 grammatical errors. Use of Turabian and proper citation for references and/or use of UCOL Style Guide needs improvement.7.0 to <5.0 ptsNeeds ImprovementWriting deviates from accepted English grammar practices. 5 or more grammatical errors. Use of Turabian and proper citation for references and/or use of UCOL Style Guide needs improvement.5.0 to <0 ptsNeeds Significant ImprovementPoor English grammar practices. Many grammatical errors. Use of Turabian and proper citations and/or use of UCOL Style Guide lacking.10.0 ptsTotal Points: 100.013/05/202010humanresource-management

“English 4

about the book 1984″six questions from 1984 book two, Chapter 5-8On page 153, what is the reality Julia and Winston expect to face?What solutions do they consider? (151-152)What convinces Winston that O’Brien is a member of the Brotherhood? (157- 158)What does Winston realize about love and loyalty as a result of his dream? (164)How does O’Brien test Julia and Winston? (172)What are the ways in which the Inner Party builds spirit during Hate Week?11/05/20208english

English essay 2000 words

Write an argument paper making a policy claim.A policy claim argues what society should (or should not) do in the future. You construct a policy claim as solution to a current problem.13/05/202020english

Annotated Bibliography

Follow these guidelines to develop the annotations for each of the SIX sources. Cite the sources, using MLA Works Cited entry format. Review theOwl MLA for Web Blogs(Links to an external site.)(http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/747/08/(Links to an external site.))to make sure your citation is accurate.TIP: The library database articles include the ability to make Works Cited. You can cut and paste them into your paper. Make sure you select the MLA form of citation. Understand the central idea of what theexpert is saying. Note down the main points that theexpert is making to support his/hercentral idea. Develop abrief (100 word) summary of thewhole article. From the main points, identify and evaluate those points that are relevant for your position on the topic and summarize them. You should use paraphrasing, direct quotations, and summaries to integrate the evaluation of these points into your essay.ReviewParaphrase, Summary & Precis for guidelines for these note-taking skills. Note down how you think the points support yourargument. Your notes should look like this: MLA citation of the Topic Position Summary of the article Main point # 1 andevaluation of the points Main point # 2 andevaluation of the article Main point # 3 andevaluation of the article Do these main points support your position?NOTE: The annotation itself will NOT be in bullet points. It will be in a paragraph. This outline is only to help you keep your focus as you are planning the annotated bibliography. Put the six annotations inONE document, formatting it according to an Annotated Bibliography page. Check thissample bibliography(Links to an external site.) (https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/614/02/(Links to an external site.)) from Purdue OWL. In addition, please remember: The citations must be listed according to alphabetical order and must follow the conventions of Works Cited. The citation must be followed by the annotation, which must be single-spaced and about 150 words long. Click on “Assignment 3: Developing an Annotated Bibliography” link above to attach your completed document.11/05/202020english

English (video summary)

topic:Is the obesity crisis hiding a bigger problem?—https://www.ted.com/talks/peter_attia_is_the_obesity_crisis_hiding_a_bigger_problemafter watch the video answer questions:1-summary of video2-What are the terms mentioned in the video?2 pages only – simple words23/04/202010english

Annotated Bibliography

Touchstone 2.2: Create an Annotated BibliographyASSIGNMENT: Using your research question, working thesis, and outline from Touchstone 1.2, create an annotated bibliography that provides a synopsis of your sources and an explanation of how you will use them.As this assignment builds on Touchstone 1.2: Write a Research Question, Thesis, and Outline, that Touchstone must be graded before you can submit your annotated bibliography.Sample Touchstone 2.2A. Assignment GuidelinesDIRECTIONS: Refer to the list below throughout the writing process. Do not submit your Touchstone until it meets these guidelines.1. Annotated BibliographyMake sure to:❒ Alphabetize the entries, according to APA style.❒ Include the required bibliographic information in APA format for each entry.❒ Include 3-4 sentences for each entry that provide a short summary of the source and how you plan to use it to support your argument.❒ Include at least seven entries in your annotated bibliography, all of which must be credible, academic sources.❒ Choose your own sources, but use no more than three websites (there is no limit on the number of online journals used).❒ Thoroughly check the formatting requirements for the different source types.❒ Indicate the required sources (book, peer-reviewed journal, newspaper/magazine, and credible website) by including the source type in parentheses after the relevant entry.2. Reflection❒ Have you displayed a clear understanding of the research activities?❒ Have you answered all reflection questions thoughtfully and included insights, observations, and/or examples in all responses?❒ Are your answers included on a separate page below the main assignment?B. Reflection QuestionsDIRECTIONS: Below your assignment, include answers to all of the following reflection questions. Accurately recording bibliographic information is essential and saves you time, as you can transfer this information to the References page of your drafted essay. Each source entry should include a brief summary of the source as well as 3-4 sentences describing how you intend to use that source to build or support your argument. Discuss how your annotated bibliography meets these criteria. (2-3 sentences) Which strategies were most helpful for you when searching for credible sources? (2-3 sentences) What difficulties did you face while searching for credible sources? How did you overcome these difficulties? (2-3 sentences)C. RubricAdvanced (90-100%)Proficient (80-89%)Acceptable (70-79%)Needs Improvement (50-69%)Non-Performance (0-49%)Annotated BibliographyFulfill all annotated bibliography requirements and include usable notes on sources.Meets all source criteria, thoroughly and effectively summarizes the core ideas for all sources, and effectively explains how each source will be used to support the argument.Meets all source criteria, effectively summarizes the core ideas for all sources, and effectively explains how each source will be used to support the argument.Meets the majority of source criteria, summarizes the core ideas effectively for the majority of the sources (one or two source summaries may lack detail), and explains how the majority of the sources will be used to support the argument (for one or two sources, the explanation of support is unclear).Meets some source criteria, summarizes the core ideas for some sources (many summaries are absent or lacking in detail), and explains how some of the sources will be used to support the argument (for many of the sources, the explanation of support is unclear or absent).Meets few or none of the source criteria, summarizes few or none of the sources (or the summaries are all lacking in detail), and does not explain the connection to the argument.Quality of SourcesChoose reputable, academically appropriate research sources.All sources are credible, relevant, and properly formatted as exemplified in the course instructions.Majority of sources are credible, relevant, and properly formatted as exemplified in the course instructions.Some sources are credible, relevant, and properly formatted as exemplified in the course instructions.Majority of sources are not credible, relevant, or properly formatted as exemplified in the course instructions.Sources do not adhere to the quality standards taught in this course, or there are minimal sources present.StyleEstablish a consistent, informative tone and make thoughtful stylistic choices.Demonstrates thoughtful and effective word choices, avoids redundancy and imprecise language, and uses a wide variety of sentence structures.Demonstrates effective word choices, primarily avoids redundancy and imprecise language, and uses a variety of sentence structures.Demonstrates generally effective style choices, but may include occasional redundancies, imprecise language, poor word choice, and/or repetitive sentence structures.Frequently includes poor word choices, redundancies, imprecise language, and/or repetitive sentence structures.Consistently demonstrates poor word choices, redundancies, imprecise language, and/or repetitive sentence structures.ConventionsFollow conventions for standard written English.There are only a few, if any, negligible errors in grammar, punctuation, spelling, capitalization, formatting, and usage.There are occasional minor errors in grammar, punctuation, spelling, capitalization, formatting, and usage.There are some significant errors in grammar, punctuation, spelling, capitalization, formatting, and usage.There are frequent significant errors in grammar, punctuation, spelling, capitalization, formatting, and usage.There are consistent significant errors in grammar, punctuation, spelling, capitalization, formatting, and usage.ReflectionAnswer reflection questions thoroughly and thoughtfully.Demonstrates thoughtful reflection; consistently includes insights, observations, and/or examples in all responses, following or exceeding response length guidelines.Demonstrates thoughtful reflection; includes multiple insights, observations, and/or examples, following response length guidelines.Primarily demonstrates thoughtful reflection, but some responses are lacking in detail or insight; primarily follows response length guidelines.Shows limited reflection; the majority of responses are lacking in detail or insight, with some questions left unanswered or falling short of response length guidelines.No reflection responses are present.D. RequirementsThe following requirements must be met for your submission to be graded: Double-space the bibliography entries and use one-inch margins. Use a readable 12-point font. All writing must be appropriate for an academic context. Composition must be original and written for this assignment. Plagiarism of any kind is strictly prohibited. Submission must include your name, the name of the course, the date, and the title of your composition. Submission must include your reflection questions. Include all of the assignment components in a single file. Acceptable file formats include .doc, .docx, and .pdf. Your research question, thesis, and outline must be graded before your annotated bibliography will be accepted.E. Additional ResourcesThe following resources will be helpful to you as you work on this assignment: Purdue Online Writing Lab’s APA Formatting and Style Guide This site includes a comprehensive overview of APA style, as well as individual pages with guidelines for specific citation types. Frequently Asked Questions About APA Style This page on the official APA website addresses common questions related to APA formatting. The “References,” “Punctuation,” and “Grammar and Writing Style” sections will be the most useful to your work in this course. APA Style: Quick Answers—References This page on the official APA Style website provides numerous examples of reference list formatting for various source types. 15/05/202050english

Case

Read the attached article: https://www.mckinsey.com/business-functions/risk/our-insights/enterprise-risk-management-practices-where-is-the-evidenceGUIDELINES FOR WRITING A CASE STUDYA case study analysis requires you to investigate a problem, examine the alternative solutions, and propose the most effective solution using supporting evidence. Your submission should be no more than 2 pages and needs to adhere to APA formatting for spacing and citations. Include a title page, your case study (1-2 pages), and reference page. For guidance on APA formatting check out this resource:https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/section/2/10/Preparing the CaseBefore you begin writing, follow these guidelines to help you prepare and understand the case study: Read and examine the case thoroughly Take notes, highlight relevant facts, underline key problems. Focus your analysis Identify two to three key problems Why do they exist? How do they impact the information security field? Who is responsible for them? Uncover possible solutions Review course readings, discussions, outside research, and your experience. Select the best solution Consider strong supporting evidence, pros, and cons: is this solution realistic? Drafting the CaseOnce you have gathered the necessary information, a draft of your analysis should include these sections: Introduction Identify the key problems and issues in the case study. Formulate and include a thesis statement, summarizing the outcome of your analysis in 1–2 sentences. Background Set the scene: background information, relevant facts, and the most important issues. Alternatives Outline possible alternatives (not necessarily all of them) Why are alternatives not possible at this time (if not possible)? Proposed Solution Provide one specific and realistic solution Explain why this solution was chosen Support this solution with solid evidence Recommendations Determine and discuss specific strategies for accomplishing the proposed solution. If applicable, recommend further action to resolve some of the issues What should be done and who should do it? Finalizing the CaseAfter you have composed the first draft of your case study analysis, read through it to check for any gaps or inconsistencies in content or structure: Is your thesis statement clear and direct? Have you provided solid evidence? Is any component from the analysis missing?When you make the necessary revisions, proofread and edit your analysis before submitting the final draft.11/05/202010computerscience

English writing

https://www.ted.com/talks/wendy_suzuki_the_brain_changing_benefits_of_exercisesee the video :1-What is the topic talking about?2-summary of video?3- Why exercise is important for a body?4-The relationship between exercise and the mind?2 pages onlyplease I want simple words23/04/202010english

Historypaper

Attached Files: 1302 Document 1.docx 1302 Document 1.docx – Alternative Formats (16.481 KB) 1302 Document 2.docx 1302 Document 2.docx – Alternative Formats (29.4 KB) HIST 1302 Core Assessment Instructions:Carefully read and analyze the following two documents and write an 800 word essay to answer the following question:Based on the two documents, how has the racial history of the United States shaped racial relations in society today? Having considered these questions, write an essay of at least 800 words that: Makes a specific argument that can be supported with the specific historical evidence of these two primary documents, as well as lecture notes and the textbook assigned to your class; Analyzes the historical significance of these two primary documents; and connect them with issues facing our country today; Analyzes the nature of the race in the past and today; Is written in standard English, with all sources and quotes properly cited using MLA format; Is written in your own words, not copied and pasted from other sources or web sites; Is submitted through eCampus, by clicking on the “REQUIRED HIST 1302 CORE OBJECTIVE ASSESSMENT ESSAY” link above.

Groupassintermarketing

Introduction :Jumbo Seafood restaurant is one of the most outstanding local restaurants in Singapore. It developed their first restaurant from a single outlet at 1987 at East Coast Seafood Centre. The good quality of the seafood with the reasonable prices makes Jumbo Seafood restaurant can last until today. Jumbo Seafood restaurant accentuates to utilize the fresh ingredients particularly for the seafood dishes (Jumbo Group 2018). Jumbo Seafood restaurant has several outlets that located at Singapore such as Changi Airport, The Riverwalk, Riverside Point, Dempsey Point, and NSRCC SAFRA Resort (Chope 2018). There are various of awards that have been achieved by Jumbo Seafood restaurant, therefore it is not strange that Jumbo Seafood restaurant also expanded their business overseas such as China, Vietnam, and Thailand (Jumbo Group 2018).Corporate Vision :Jumbo Seafood restaurant vision is to acquaint Singapore food culture globally and  symbolizes the attempt at spreading overseas and praising the delectable cuisine Singapore (Jumbo Group 2018).Mission Statement :The provision of high standard products and offering satisfactory customer service in a pleasant environment to consumers is the mission of Jumbo Seafood restaurant (Jumbo Group 2018).Corporate Goals :With the combination of mission and vision, Jumbo Seafood restaurant is aiming to bond customer loyalty through the dishes that Jumbo Seafood restaurant served (Jumbo Group 2018).Political Philippines-Singapore RelationsOne main contributor for the steady relationship between the two nations, Singapore and Philippines, is due to being a segment of ASEAN for 50 years. The ties have been continuing to  strengthen as Philippines is willing to partner with Singapore in regional security and lower rates of terrorism along with Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief (HADR) actions. Since the previous year, along with Philippines and a few other countries, Singapore has aided, in order to implement joint maritime patrols in the Sulu Sea.According to Mr Morales, Singapore has been a dependable nation to Philippines due to evidences such as the Typhoon Haiyan and the security situation in Marawi in Mindanao.In addition, Filipino workers in Singapore have achieved a total of US $1.7 billion of remittance leading them to be the highest source of remittances in the region and the fourth-largest all over the world.From a business perspective, the bilateral trade between the two nations are high, leading Singapore to be the fourth-largest trading partner of Philippines for over an year with an astounding amount of US $9.01 billion or 6.6 percent of overall trade. https://www.businesstimes.com.sg/hub/the-philippines-asean-50/deepening-philippines-spore-tiesIn the year 2016, the fifth country for the inflows of FDI in the Philippines was Singapore, leading to a contribution of 11% included in a total amount of US$7.9b.The country ranked as number one among the ASEAN organization for bilateral trade between Philippines is Singapore, for a trade value of US$3.7b, and a share of 6.6% exports from the Philippines. Furthermore, Philippines being ranked as the number 14th trading partner for Singapore, contributed to a 2% share of Singaporean exports and a total trade of US$6.5b.Additionally, Singapore is a remainder of a crucial source of investment for the vital sectors such as infrastructure, construction and public-private partnership projects, and the tourism industry in the Philippines.Singapore playing a vital function for trading among the ASEAN market, serves as an important trader for the Philippines in terms of exports and providing reinforcement for the industry of aerospace primarily known as Lion City  in the MRO service (Maintenance, Repair, and Overhaul).Moreover, the love for travel among Singaporeans contributed to visits by a total of 176,057 citizens to the Lion City of Philippines in the year 2016, portraying as the 7th country of origin of visitors internationally and approximately 3% among the 5,967,005 international visitors.https://sbr.com.sg/economy/commentary/singapore-and-philippines-more-just-trading-partners-0Corrupt Practice Indexhttps://www.transparency.ge/sites/default/files/global_report_2017_final_print_new.pdfCultureLanguage spoken It has eight major languages that Filipino speaks which are Tagalo, Cebuano, Bikol, Hiligaynon, Ilocano, Kapampangan, Pangasinan and Waray. However, Tagalog and English is the main language that being taught all over the Philippines. Moreover, The Cebuano dialect originated in Cebu.  The Cebuano language is classified as a member of the Western or Indonesin subgroup of the Austronesian family of languages. Cebuano is only one of the estimated 70 to 75 indigenous languages that can be found throughout the islands of the Philippines. A number of smaller linguistic groups exist in addition to these two. Cebuano is one of the most important languages within the Central (Mesophilippine) category, alongside Tagalog (htps://www.csun.edu/~lan56728/majorlanguages.htm).ReligionPhilippines’ government provides freedom of religions to their citizens. Today, Roman Catholic Christianity is the major and largest religion in this country. The second and third largest religions are Protestant Christianity and Islam respectively. In the Philippines, all religions are protected by the law, and no one religious belief is given priority over any other (https://www.worldatlas.com/articles/religious-beliefs-in-the-philippines.html). Rank Religion Population (percentage) 1 Roman Catholic 70.0 2 Protestants 17.0 3 Other 6.6 4 Muslims 5 to 10 5 Iglesia ni Cristo 2.0 6 Buddhists 2.0 (Religious Beliefs In The Philippines 2018)PopulationFrom the 2015 population census of the Philippine Statistics Authority, Cebu is one of the top five most populous provinces in the country, which is 2.93 million of population. The largest population is Cavite with 3.7 million, followed by Bulacan with 3.3 million. (https://www.sunstar.com.ph/article/404931).Hofstede table Hofstede Cultural Dimension Home Country (Singapore)% Host Country (Philippines)% Implications Power Distance 74 94 Based on the diagram on the score of Filipino, Individualism 20 32 Masculinity 48 64 The percentage for Singaporen’s masculinity is lower means that Singaporen are more concern about family time and work life balance. Uncertainty Avoidance 8 44 There is a huge different score of Host Country in uncertainty avoidance. It is reflecting that Filipino has more concerned about the unknown situation in the future. Long Term Orientation 72 27 Filipino is short-term orientated compare to Singaporean, this will mainly effect the amount of their saving. Indulgence 46 42 (Hofstede Insights 2018)FoodThe abundance of fish in the country makes seafood another common food item in most households with tilapia, clams, squid, and catfish being salted, fried, and served with rice and vegetables.Aesthetics

Essay3differenceandbuddymoviesandDeMott

English 1B — essay 3We have read the DeMott essay, “Put on a Happy Face,” in which he argues that inter-racial buddy movies (like White Men Can’t Jump and Die Hard with a Vengeance) allow us to believe that racism and prejudice and inequality are solved by personal emotions and friendship, with no need for institutional or legal or systemic change.I’ve asked you to watch several science-fiction films that follow the same pattern: Alien Nation, Enemy Mine, Fido, Warm Bodies, Bright, I Robot, Disney’s Zombies movie….For your third paper, you can write about two or three of the movies I recommended above.ORYou can choose another genre of buddy movies (nerd/cool kid, rich/poor, gay/straight, male/female, different religions, or some other significant difference).    Body switching might be an interesting variant here.  Becoming The Other can be educational….  In either case, you will explain DeMott’s argument and apply it (agreeing or disagreeing, finding exceptions, as you see fit).Analyze the films you’ve chosen, both in DeMott’s terms and using your own insights, finding your own comparisons, contrasts, subtexts, tensions….  Pay close attention to the resolutions of the stories and the plots: does anything change?  Is prejudice or contempt eradicated?  Is some larger injustice eradicated?  Is the plot resolution purely personal?  What message or impression or influence or belief do you think these kinds of films convey?  How do they shape our understanding of difference, inequality, prejudice, segregation, bullying, or the way we treat The Other?Your essay should be five (5) full pages long.You should use at least three (3) sources, not counting the films.    Look for articles, reviews, historical context for specific prejudices or inequalities….

English2367DetailedOutlineAssignment

English 2367 Detailed Outline Assignment:A Detailed Outline for the Persuasive Research EssayFor this assignment, you are asked to start thinking about The Persuasive Research Essay you must write. To complete this assignment, please see the blank outline template below and submit it filled out with your own information/planning for your own persuasive research essay. This outline has a specific format, which is listed below with details, examples and a blank template for you to use/fill out with your topic. Your detailed outline submission must include all 3 sections listed: Topic Overview, Body Paragraphs and Conclusion. The final draft of your outline must be 2-3 pages.1. Topic Overview: In this section, you should write up your introduction paragraph. This introduction paragraph should include:General information about the topicBackground/context to help the reader understand both sides of the argument (list both sides of the argument as you see them)An overview of issues/points of view/ideas surrounding the topicYour thesis statementA note on your thesis: Your thesis should make a statement that is supported by reasons: I believe this because of x, y and z reasons.Example Thesis: Technology has positively influenced the business field because it has enhanced marketing, improved user interaction through advanced software programs, such as Microsoft Office, and it has helped make the work day more productive because of the invention of computers. 2. Body paragraphs/Sections: In this section, list at minimum 3 body paragraphs or sections. For each body paragraph, write up the topic sentence, and provide at least 1-2 things you’ll want to discuss in that paragraph. Then under each of the two things you’ll want to discuss, pick a source from your Annotated Bibliography Assignment that you’ll use in that paragraph to support that idea/thing you want to discuss.Example Body Paragraph:Topic Sentence: The positive impacts of technology on business have really brought aboutmarketing development for business of all sizes. With the impact of social media advertisement,small and large businesses alike have been able to grow their customer base and improveprofits. Twitter and Facebook are the best examples of how technology has really impactedadvertising for the better.Will talk about detail/supporting idea: Twitter, how everyone now lists “follow us on Twitter” and how they include it in their advertising materials and post updates, sales and specials from their business.Source I will use in this paragraph:Cunningham, T. (2014, Dec. 07). 10 trends that will impact small businesses in 2015. Retrieved from: http://www.miamiherald.com/news/business/bizmonday/article4324659.htmlWill talk about detail/supporting idea: Facebook, how Facebook pages have now become the new website. They’re cheaper to maintain, but easier to use. Now lots of businesses have Facebook pages to keep their customers up to date on the happenings of their business.Source I will use in this paragraph:Bruno, K. (2010, Sept. 28). Advertising week 2010: The advertising impact offacebook. Retrieved from:http://www.forbes.com/sites/marketshare/2010/09/28/advertising-week-2010-theadvertising-impact-of-facebook/Body Paragraph:Topic Sentence:Will talk about detail/supporting idea: Source I will use in this paragraph:Body Paragraph:Topic Sentence:Will talk about detail/supporting idea:Source I will use in this paragraph:Body Paragraph:Topic Sentence:Will talk about detail/supporting idea:Source I will use in this paragraph:3. Conclusion: In this section, you should write up your conclusion paragraph, which should include some sort of summary of your main points and the message or idea you want to leave with your readers. NAME:English 2367 Detailed Outline Assignment:Blank Outline Template1. Topic Overview:2. Body Paragraphs/Sections:a. Body Paragraph/Section 1i. Idea 1:ii. Idea 2:iii. Source(s) to use in this section:b. Body Paragraph/Section 2i. Idea 1:ii. Idea 2:iii. Source(s) to use in this section:c. Body Paragraph/Section 3i. Idea 1:ii. Idea 2:iii. Source(s) to use in this section:3. Conclusion:

ClinicalFieldExperienceC

Clinical Field Experience C: Intervention English language arts is an academic area that can be challenging for many students due to comprehension and writing difficulties. When planning interventions, it is first important to identify where and why the student struggles. With this information, the appropriate tier of intervention can be addressed. Understanding the tiers of intervention can help to differentiate struggles associated with content, application, or delivery.Allocate at least 3 hours in the field to support this field experience.Collaborate with the mentor teacher to create an intervention plan for the student/s identified in Clinical Field Experience B. Base the plan on your own observational data, as well as other assessment data the mentor teacher has available. Discuss with the mentor an upcoming grade level ELA lesson or activity during which you can implement applicable interventions from the plan.Include the following in your plan:The names and grade levels of the students for whom the plan is designed. (Continue to use pseudonyms to maintain student confidentiality.)The tier of RTI (1, 2, or 3).A brief description of 1-2 intervention strategies for the student/s, and how each supports the identified ELA challenges.Materials needed and procedures for each intervention strategy.Use any remaining field experience hours to assist the mentor teacher in providing instruction and support to the class.Upon completing the intervention plan, continue to collaborate with the mentor teacher to ensure the plan will appropriately meet the needs of the student/s identified. Incorporate feedback accordingly.Use any remaining field experience hours to assist the teacher in providing instruction and support to the class.In 250-500 words, summarize and reflect upon your conversations and instructional support. Address how your mentor teacher plans for and reflects upon intervention choices in his or her own classroom and explain how you will use your findings in your future professional practice.APA format is not required, but solid academic writing is expected.This assignment uses a rubric. Review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion.Document the locations and hours you spend in the field on your Clinical Field Experience Verification Form.

ClinicalFieldExperienceB

Clinical Field Experience B: Identifying Student Challenges When teaching English language arts to students with mild to moderate disabilities, special education teachers will first need to identify the areas where students are having challenges, in order to help them flourish in their academic learning. There can be numerous areas in which students struggle in English language arts and identifying differentiation strategies to help lessen these struggles is important.Allocate at least 3 hours in the field to support this field experience.Collaborate with the mentor teacher to identify a student or small group of students with disabilities who would benefit from differentiation and engagement strategies during an upcoming ELA lesson or activity.Part 1: Student ChallengesWith permission from the mentor teacher, work with the student or small group of students and observe them while they work on problems in class from an ELA lesson that was taught. Identify the areas noted below where the student/s seem to struggle.Some areas of concern where students may struggle in ELA include:Output difficultiesOrganizational difficultiesLanguage difficultiesAttention difficultiesVisual spatial or ordering difficultiesDifficulties with multiple tasksAfter observing and noting areas of concern, discuss with each student if he or she considered the areas identified as challenging for them. Continue to work with the student/s with guided practice and support.Meet with the mentor teacher to discuss your findings. Share strategies you feel would benefit the student/s and have your mentor review these with you to make sure they are appropriate.Be prepared to use these strategies for Clinical Field Experience C.Use any remaining field experience hours to assist the teacher in providing instruction and support to the class.Part 2: ReflectionAfter your observations and discussions with the student/s and your mentor teacher, summarize and reflect upon your experiences in 500-750 words, including:Describe your initial conversation with the mentor teacher, including how the student/s were chosen.Discuss the areas where the student/s seem to struggle. Ensure pseudonyms are used for the students to maintain student confidentiality.Address the discussion with each student regarding the areas that seemed to challenge them. Was the student in agreement with you, or did not feel there was a challenge, or did not need support? If so, how did you continue to support them?Discuss the strategies that you shared with the mentor teacher. Did the mentor agree the strategies were appropriate? Explain.Explain how you will use your findings to further assist the students while working with them in this placement. This will also help prepare you for Clinical Field Experience C, as well as your own future classroom engagements. APA format is not required, but solid academic writing is expected.

Chapter5DueProcessStudentDisciplineAthleticsandTitleIX

Chapter5Due Process, Student Discipline, Athletics, and Title IXIntroductionAdministrators are empowered by a wide variety of federal, state, and local laws and policies to maintain orderly and safe schools. However, students do not forfeit all of their constitutional rights. This is especially true when students are off-campus. For many secondary school leaders, extracurricular activities, especially athletics, are also an important responsibility. Title IX is designed to protect students from being denied the benefits of any educational program or activity, including athletics, because of sex. Basic fairness and a healthy respect for these rights is part of being an ethical and humane school leader. This chapter considers the balance between the obligation to maintain order and safety while respecting the rights of students. The Justice as Fairness principles of the American political philosopher John Rawls, the due process rights of students, corporal punishment, excessive force, and extracurricular activities are presented here.Focus Questions What is a “well-ordered” school, and how is this concept related to due process and student discipline? Can, and should, students be disciplined for off-campus behavior? Is consistency in student discipline always rational? Should schools use corporal punishment to control student behavior? What standards should courts use when reviewing charges of excessive force during corporal punishment?Key Terms Corporal punishment Due process Liberty interest Procedural due process Property interest Shocks the conscience Substantive due process Title IX Well-ordered schoolCase StudyThe Case of the Powdered AspirinAs principal of Medford Elementary School, Charlene Daniels was quite concerned about the rumors that several students had been bringing powdered aspirin to school and “huffing” the powder in the restroom after lunch and after recess. At the last faculty meeting, Charlene had discussed her concerns with the faculty and asked them to be more vigilant than usual as students left the cafeteria and returned from recess. It was this vigilance that led sixth-grade teacher Ralph Smith to her office. “Ms. Daniels, I just saw sixth-grader Lasiandra Davis go into the girls’ restroom next to the cafeteria. I just caught a glimpse, but I am sure I saw a brown paper bag in her hand. I could not follow her into the restroom, but I sent Mrs. Hale to go check.”Mrs. Hale came out of the restroom just as Charlene and Ralph arrived holding a brown paper bag covered with a white powdery substance. “I found this in the trash can under some papers. When I arrived Lasiandra Davis was the only one in the restroom. She saw me searching the trash can and left the restroom before I could stop her.”Charlene immediately placed the brown bag with the white substance in a plastic container, called the police, and started her own investigation. The investigation lasted all afternoon, interrupted several classes, and caused several students to miss significant time in the classroom. All five of the sixth-grade teachers spent considerable time talking to their students trying to get more information. By the end of the day, Charlene was fairly convinced that Lasiandra had indeed been in possession of the paper bag. She based her conclusions on a couple of students’ testimony that they had seen Lasiandra with a paper bag right before lunch, Lasiandra’s teacher’s observation that Lasiandra had seem “agitated” after lunch the past several days, and Mr. Smith’s belief that he had seen Lasiandra take a brown paper bag into the restroom.Charlene called Lasiandra to the office and confronted her with the allegations. Lasiandra denied that she had brought powdered aspirin to school. She said that she was not in possession of a paper bag after lunch as Mr. Smith had said, and that she knew nothing about the bag found in the trash. Charlene informed Lasiandra that she was suspending her for 5 days for “disturbing instruction.” She based this finding on the fact that all sixth-grade classes had been disrupted, that all five of the sixth-grade teachers had participated in the investigation rather than teach their classes, and that she as principal spent all afternoon investigating the incident.Lasiandra’s mother and father were not happy with Charlene’s decision. Both parents had called Superintendent Johanson. Charlene’s parents and the superintendent had agreed to meet the next day to appeal the suspension.Leadership PerspectivesA reasonably orderly school promotes and protects the welfare and safety of students and staff and provides the foundation for a safe and effective school environment (ISLLC Standards 3 & 3C). A reasonably orderly building environment also promotes social justice, equity, and accountability as called for inISLLC Standard 5E. However, not all orderly schools are good schools. Not all orderly classrooms promote efficientand effective learning (ISLLC Standard 3). As in a maximum-security prison, order in schools and classrooms can be obtained by rigid rules and punishment. As discussed in the previous chapter, schools and classrooms that achieve order in these ways often create a hostile, alienating, and toxic environment that is not conducive to the types of teaching and learning for which “good” schools are noted (Skiba & Peterson, 2000). There is little question, however, that effective schools and classrooms must have a system of enforced rules in place to provide the foundations for orderly and safe school cultures that promote learning. Unfortunately, a very fine line sometimes exists between maintaining order and creating overly punitive school cultures.ISLLC Standards 3 & 3CISLLC Standard 5EISLLC Standard 3The opening case study “The Case of the Powdered Aspirin” illustrates this.ISLLC Standard 2Acalls for school leaders to develop and sustain a culture of collaboration and trust. Principal Daniels has exemplified this standard by enlisting faculty in support of her efforts to maintain a substance-free environment. There is no question that students bringing powdered aspirin to school and “huffing” it is a significant school safety and student health concern. Principal Daniels is correct in being concerned about the welfare and safety of students in her school (ISLLC Standard 3C). She is also correct in accepting Mr. Smith’s assertion that he had seen Lasiandra Davis take a brown paper bag into the girl’s restroom after lunch. Principal Daniels may be correct in her belief that Lasiandra Davis is at least one of the students bringing powdered aspirin to school. As principal she is empowered by a wide variety of state laws and school board policies to enforce reasonable rules designed to maintain a safe and substance-free environment. As principal, she also has a responsibility to treat students, teachers, and others fairly and in an ethical manner regardless of the circumstances (ISLLC Standard 5).ISLLC Standard 2AISLLC Standard 3CISLLC Standard 5Lasiandra Davis also has certain rights and responsibilities. She has the responsibility to follow reasonable rules. She also has the right to be treated fairly. School leaders’ responsibility to promote good order and discipline must be balanced with student rights to be treated fairly and in an ethical manner. This balance, reflected inISLLC Standards 3 and 5, is addressed in this chapter by considering the “justice as fairness” concepts of the American political philosopher John Rawls, and the legal concepts of due process, student discipline, and Title IX.ISLLC Standards 3 and 5Student Rights and the Well-Ordered SchoolJohn Rawls’s concept of justice as fairness (2001)provides guidance when considering the balance of the sometimes conflicting principles of maintaining a reasonably orderly school that promotes learning, safety and a substance-free environment with the equally compelling requirement that all students be treated fairly. Rawls’s theory of justice as fairness is a political theory, but it is applicable to schools as a concept of local justice. Rawls presents his concept in two principles of justice. The first, presented here, is particularly germane to a discussion of the relationship between student rights and the obligation to maintain order in a positive school culture.Principle One:Each person has the same indefeasible claim to a fully adequate scheme of equal basic liberties, which scheme is compatible with the same scheme of liberties for all. (p. 42)Principle One assumes that all students, regardless of socioeconomic status, ethnicity, or disciplinary history, are deserving of the same liberties. The fundamentalidea is the development of a school culture that exists simultaneously as afair system of social cooperationthat is established bypublic justification. Social cooperationrequires that reasonable persons understand and honor certain basic principles, even at the expense of their own interests, provided that others are also expected to honor these principles. In other words, students can be expected to understand and honor reasonable restrictions on their freedoms. School officials can be expected to reciprocate by promoting fairness and honoring appropriate student rights. In Rawls’s view, it is unreasonable not to honor fair terms of cooperation that others are expected to accept. It is worse than unreasonable to pretend to honor basic principles of social cooperation and then readily violate these principles simply because one has the power to do so. In other words, Rawls views it as unreasonable for school leaders to “talk the fairness talk” but not “walk the walk.” As pointed out inChapter1, fairness is a difficult concept. Fairness, like beauty, is in the eye of the beholder. There is no question that walking the walk can be fraught with difficulty. But, as Rawls points out, although it may seem rational at times to violate the principle of fairness and ignore student rights, it is never reasonable.A school culture based on social cooperation must bepublicly justifiedand acceptable, not only to those who make the rules, but also to others (students, parents, teachers, etc.) who are affected by the school culture. To be effective, public justification should proceed to some form of consensus that assumes that all parties have fundamental rights and responsibilities. Rawls acknowledges that it is unlikely that all members of a diverse school with conflicting needs, values, and priorities will come to the same conclusions and the same definition of a well-ordered school. However, it is important that a reasonable consensus result from the process to serve as a basis for the justification of the need for certain rules and policies to promote order and efficiency.The Idea of a Well-Ordered SchoolA school that exists as a fair system of cooperation under a public conception of justice meetsISLLC Standards 2A, 3A, 3C, 4B, 4C, 4D, 5B, 5C, 5D, and 5E. A school existing in this manner—awell-ordered school—has three defining characteristics:ISLLC Standards 2A, 3A, 3C, 4B, 4C, 4D, 5B, 5C, 5D, and 5E Everyone in the school accepts, and knows that everyone else accepts, the same concepts of justice. Moreover, this knowledge is mutually recognized as though these principles were a matter of public record. In other words, school leaders, teachers, and students acknowledge and accept that certain basic principles will be honored by everyone. All personal interactions, policies, and applications of policy are designed to facilitate a system of cooperation. Students, teachers, and school leaders have a rational sense of justice that allows them to understand and for the most part act accordingly as their positions in the school dictate.These three concepts provide a mutually recognizable point of view for the development of a school culture that promotes order, safety, and security. A mutual understanding of the roles and responsibilities of administrators, teachers, and students is important. The concept of a well-ordered school characterized by a fair system of socialcooperation established by public justification may seem overly theoretical. However, it is embedded in a real problem—the development of a safe, secure, and substance-free school environment that promotes student learning. For example, in a national study of crime and violence in middle schools,Cantor et al. (2001)found that in low-disorder schools, a shared sense of responsibility is present among teachers and administrators. In these schools, principals and teachers for the most part support one another and function well as a team. In contrast, this sense of shared responsibility among teachers and administrators was weak in high-disorder schools. Teachers tended to point fingers at one another, at administrators, and at school security officers for the lack of good order in the school. A school culture based on a public conception of justice provides the framework for a shared sense of responsibility by all concerned in promoting good order and discipline. Well-ordered schools characterized by a fair system of social cooperation established by public justification are most likely to have a school environment that promotes collaboration, trust, and learning (ISLLC Standard 2A); the welfare and safety of students and staff (ISLLC Standard 3C); and social justice and student achievement (ISLLC Standard 5E).ISLLC Standard 2AISLLC Standard 3CISLLC Standard 5ELinking to PracticeDo:Develop a system of mutually acceptable and publicly justified policies designed to maintain order and promote safety.Involve a wide range of interested stakeholders in the formulation of school rules.Model and insist that teachers and other adults in the school honor basic fairness and student rights. Conversely, insist that parents and students honor basic teacher rights.Use the concept of a well-ordered school to reinforce feelings of emotional safety for students, teachers, and parents.Use data to publicly justify certain restrictions on student freedom. These data can be used to support school safety interventions or conversely demonstrate that certain interventions may not be needed at this point in time.Do Not:Overreact to an isolated incident or criticism and resort to more punitive policies. Defensible school discipline plans should be based on facts, not on opinions, isolated incidents, or whoever can complain the most about student disorder.Share identifiable student data in group settings or with individuals without a legitimate educational interest in the data. Sharing identifiable student data is a violation of FERPA and can destroy trust and erode feelings of emotional safety.Due Process and the Fifth and Fourteenth AmendmentsAs Rawls points out, the concept offairnessis fundamental to a well-ordered school. The concept of justice as fairness is reflected in the legal principle of due process.Due processis a legal principle that considers the manner of fair and adequate procedures for making equitable and fair decisions integrated intoISLLC Standard 5. A constitutional right to fair procedures is established in the due process clause of both the Fifth and Fourteenth Amendments. Both amendments address the concept that persons shall not be deprived of “life, liberty, or property, without due process of law.” Aproperty interestis established by the state when the right to an education is extended to all individuals in a particular class. Therefore, a property interest is affected anytime a student isdenied access to a public school education. Aliberty interestis defined as a person’s good name, integrity, or reputation. A liberty interest is created when an administrative action creates potential harm to future job or educational opportunities. There are two forms of due process: procedural and substantive.Procedural due processconsiders the minimum sequence of steps taken by a school official in reaching a decision, usually defined as notice and the right to a fair hearing.Substantive due processconsiders the fairness of a decision and involves such concepts as adequate notice, consistency of standards, how evidence was collected and applied to the decision, the rationality of the decision, and the nexus of the decision with a legitimate educational purpose.ISLLC Standard 5Procedural Due Process and Out-of-School SuspensionSuspensiongenerally refers to removal from school for a relatively short period—usually 1 to 10 days.Expulsionis generally defined as suspension from school for more than 10 days (Stader, 2011). Decisions for suspensions of 10 days or less are usually made by campus administrators. The maximum length of time for which campus administrators can suspend a student varies by state. For example, Missouri state law allows campus administrators to suspend students for up to 10 days (RSMo 167.171.1). Texas state law restricts campus administrators to 3 days or less (Texas Education Code 37.009). Regardless of the differences in state law, the due process requirements for out-of-school suspensions of 10 days or less were established by the U.S. Supreme Court inGoss v. Lopez(1975).This case considered Ohio law empowering school principals to suspend students for up to 10 days. This law also empowered principals to expel students. Expelled students or their parents had the right to a hearing before the local board of education. However, students suspended for 10 days or less had no recourse. The Court held that students facing temporary suspension from school (defined as 10 days or less) have a property and liberty interest that qualifies them for due process protection. Based on the assumption that education is the most important function of state and local governments (Brown v. Board of Education,1954), the Court reasoned that a 10-day suspension recorded on a transcript could seriously damage a student’s reputation and interfere with later educational and employment opportunities. Consequently, even the temporary denial of a student’s property interest in established educational benefits or potential harm to the student’s liberty interest may not be constitutionally imposed without adequate due process protection. The Court established the followingproceduralguidelines for student suspensions of10 days or less:The student must be given oral or written notice of the charges. In other words, the student has the right to know what rule has been broken.If the student denies the charges, an explanation of the evidence the authorities have and an opportunity for the student to present his or her version of the events is required.These steps may be taken immediately following the misconduct or infraction that may result in suspension.Linking to PracticeDo:Develop a system of mutually acceptable and publicly justified policies designed to maintain order and promote safety.Involve a wide range of interested stakeholders in the formulation of school rules.Model and insist that teachers and other adults in the school honor basic fairness and student rights. Conversely, insist that parents and students honor basic teacher rights.Use the concept of a well-ordered school to reinforce feelings of emotional safety for students, teachers, and parents.Use data to publicly justify certain restrictions on student freedom. These data can be used to support school safety interventions or conversely demonstrate that certain interventions may not be needed at this point in time.Do Not:Overreact to an isolated incident or criticism and resort to more punitive policies. Defensible school discipline plans should be based on facts, not on opinions, isolated incidents, or whoever can complain the most about student disorder.Share identifiable student data in group settings or with individuals without a legitimate educational interest in the data. Sharing identifiable student data is a violation of FERPA and can destroy trust and erode feelings of emotional safety.Due Process and the Fifth and Fourteenth AmendmentsAs Rawls points out, the concept offairnessis fundamental to a well-ordered school. The concept of justice as fairness is reflected in the legal principle of due process.Due processis a legal principle that considers the manner of fair and adequate procedures for making equitable and fair decisions integrated intoISLLC Standard 5. A constitutional right to fair procedures is established in the due process clause of both the Fifth and Fourteenth Amendments. Both amendments address the concept that persons shall not be deprived of “life, liberty, or property, without due process of law.” Aproperty interestis established by the state when the right to an education is extended to all individuals in a particular class. Therefore, a property interest is affected anytime a student isdenied access to a public school education. Aliberty interestis defined as a person’s good name, integrity, or reputation. A liberty interest is created when an administrative action creates potential harm to future job or educational opportunities. There are two forms of due process: procedural and substantive.Procedural due processconsiders the minimum sequence of steps taken by a school official in reaching a decision, usually defined as notice and the right to a fair hearing.Substantive due processconsiders the fairness of a decision and involves such concepts as adequate notice, consistency of standards, how evidence was collected and applied to the decision, the rationality of the decision, and the nexus of the decision with a legitimate educational purpose.ISLLC Standard 5Procedural Due Process and Out-of-School SuspensionSuspensiongenerally refers to removal from school for a relatively short period—usually 1 to 10 days.Expulsionis generally defined as suspension from school for more than 10 days (Stader, 2011). Decisions for suspensions of 10 days or less are usually made by campus administrators. The maximum length of time for which campus administrators can suspend a student varies by state. For example, Missouri state law allows campus administrators to suspend students for up to 10 days (RSMo 167.171.1). Texas state law restricts campus administrators to 3 days or less (Texas Education Code 37.009). Regardless of the differences in state law, the due process requirements for out-of-school suspensions of 10 days or less were established by the U.S. Supreme Court inGoss v. Lopez(1975).This case considered Ohio law empowering school principals to suspend students for up to 10 days. This law also empowered principals to expel students. Expelled students or their parents had the right to a hearing before the local board of education. However, students suspended for 10 days or less had no recourse. The Court held that students facing temporary suspension from school (defined as 10 days or less) have a property and liberty interest that qualifies them for due process protection. Based on the assumption that education is the most important function of state and local governments (Brown v. Board of Education,1954), the Court reasoned that a 10-day suspension recorded on a transcript could seriously damage a student’s reputation and interfere with later educational and employment opportunities. Consequently, even the temporary denial of a student’s property interest in established educational benefits or potential harm to the student’s liberty interest may not be constitutionally imposed without adequate due process protection. The Court established the followingproceduralguidelines for student suspensions of10 days or less:The student must be given oral or written notice of the charges. In other words, the student has the right to know what rule has been broken.If the student denies the charges, an explanation of the evidence the authorities have and an opportunity for the student to present his or her version of the events is required.These steps may be taken immediately following the misconduct or infraction that may result in suspension.Due process procedures and practices are designed to pose a check on improperly denying a student the right to a public education. Review the opening case study, “The Case of the Powdered Aspirin.” Principal Daniels is “fairly convinced” thatLasiandra is guilty of bringing powdered aspirin to school in a brown bag and that she was in possession of the bag when she went into the restroom. Did Principal Daniels meet the requirements ofGosswhen she suspended Lasiandra? Lasiandra denied that she was in possession of the powdered aspirin. Mr. Smith was “pretty sure” Lasiandra had a brown paper bag in her possession as she entered the restroom. Lasiandra was the only person in the restroom when the female teacher followed her into the restroom. She apparently was not in possession of the bag when Mrs. Hale entered the restroom, because the bag was found in the trash can. Did Principal Daniels provide Lasiandra with the evidence she had? Why did Principal Daniels suspend Lasiandra for “disturbing instruction” rather than for possession of powdered aspirin with what one can assume the intent to “huff”? Principals (and school boards) may make decisions based on a preponderance of the evidence rather than the “beyond a reasonable doubt” requirement in criminal cases. Does a preponderance of the evidence support Principal Daniels’s decision to suspend Lasiandra?The procedural requirements established inGossgenerally pose little problem for school administrators and should be completedbefore a decision is madeto suspend the student. In cases where a student’s presence endangers persons or property or threatens disruption of the academic process, administrators are justified in the immediate removal of the student from school. A preliminary decision to suspend an unruly or dangerous student may be made as long as the decision maker holds a prompt procedural hearing with the understanding that the preliminary decision to suspend can be reversed (Stader, 2001). However, the necessary notice and hearing should follow as soon as practicable (seeC.B. & T.P. v. Driscoll,1996as an example). Students are usually not considered to have the same due process rights for punishments such as after-school detention or an in-school suspension (Tristan Kipp v. Lorain Board of Education,2000). Traditionally, suspended students are not allowed to make up schoolwork that is missed because of the suspension. This practice has been supported by the courts (South Gibson School Board v. Sellman, 2002). The Fifth Circuit has recently held that a “student’s transfer to an alternative educational program does not deny access to public education and therefore does not violate a Fourteenth Amendment interest (i.e. require due process)” (Harris v. Pontotoc County School District, 2011). In addition, courts have been consistent in finding that Miranda warnings are not required when a student is questioned by school authorities regarding possible rule violations in school (Taylor, 2002).Substantive Due ProcessSubstantive due process may be defined as follows: “The doctrine that the Due Process Clauses of the 5th and 14th Amendments require legislation to be fair and reasonable in content and to further a legitimate governmental objective” (Garner, 2006, p. 228). Substantive due process usually involves four questions: (a) Does the rule or policy provide adequate notice of what conduct is prohibited? (b) Does the rule or policy serve a legitimate educational purpose? (c) Is the consequence reasonably (or rationally) connected to the offense? (d) Is the rule or policy applied equitably?Question 1: Does the rule or policy provide adequate notice of what conduct is prohibited? This question concerns how accurately the policy or rule articulates or describes actions that would violate the rule or policy. School rules are not required to be as detailed as criminal codes. However, school rules must be written in an age-appropriate format that most reasonable students can understand. Sometimes this is difficult to accomplish. Vague or overbroad rules or policies violate substantive due process because these policies fail to provide adequate notice regarding unacceptable conduct, and they offer no clear guidance for school officials to apply the policy. In other words, school officials have wide latitude to interpret the policy at will or to do more than is necessary to achieve the desired ends. Some examples of vague or overbroad rules may include “anything that brings discredit to the school,” “gang-related activities on school grounds,” “misconduct,” “unacceptable behavior,” or behavior that “creates ill will.” Refer back to the case study “The Case of the Powdered Aspirin.” Although school codes need only be reasonable, is suspension for “interrupting instruction” vague or overbroad? What does “interrupting instruction” mean? However, even in incidents where some ambiguity is present, the U.S. Supreme Court has stated that federal courts should not substitute their own notions for a school board’s definition of its rules (Wood v. Strickland, 1975, andBoard of Education of Rogers, Arkansas v. McCluskey, 1982). These cases clarify that as long as a school board’s interpretation and enforcement of rules is reasonable, courts should not interfere.Question 2: Does the rule or policy serve a legitimate educational purpose? This question considers the balance between individual rights (freedom) of students and the need for good order, safety, and efficiency. For student rights to be restricted, the restriction must serve some legitimate educational function. As long as the rule or policy can be linked to good order, safety, or efficiency, the policy will usually pass muster. For example, the drug testing of students and policies prohibiting weapons are clearly linked to school safety. However, arbitrary or capricious actions that are unrelated to maintaining good order and discipline may violate substantive due process (Woodard v. Los Fresnos,1984).Question 3:Is the consequence reasonably (or rationally) connected to the offense? This question considers whether the consequence seems rational in light of the offense, or whether it is arbitrary or capricious. For example, referring an honor student with no disciplinary history for expulsion for being late to school would not appear rational. Think about Lasiandra Davis in the opening case study, “The Case of the Powdered Aspirin.” Lasiandra may or may not be an honor student, and it is possible that she is a royal pain. However, should she be suspended for “interrupting instruction”? Is it not part of a school principal’s job description to investigate potential rule violations, especially one as serious as “huffing” powdered aspirin? She was not suspended for possession of powdered aspirin, but for interrupting instruction. Was the suspension reasonably related to the offense? Courts sometimes comment about the wisdom of a rule or policy and the punishment used to enforce the rule (see, for example,Anderson v. Milbank,2000). But federal courts are reluctant to substitute their judgment for school board interpretation of rules (Wood v. Strickland,1975).Question 4:Is the rule or policy applied equitably? This question can be divided into two concepts: (1) Is everyone similarly situated treated in a similar manner? (2) Does the policy have a disproportional impact on a particular identifiable group of students?The first concept considers whether or not a policy is applied equally. A recent case involving sexual minority students may illustrate this (C. N. v. Wolf,2006). Two female California high school students were disciplined for expressing affection toward each other. Heterosexual couples were not disciplined for the same behavior. In other words, policies that are applied to one group of students but not to another may violate thesubstantive due process rights of students. The second concept considers the intentional or unintentional impact of the policy or rule on a particular identifiable group of students. The decision by the Decatur, Illinois, school district to expel several African American students involved in a fight at a football game illustrates this (Fuller v. Decatur,2000). African American students composed approximately 46 to 48% of the student body, yet 82% of the students expelled during a 2-year period were African American. However, the court found that similarly situated White students had also been expelled. In other words, the students had to demonstrate both inequitable treatment and disproportional impact. This is a very high standard to meet, especially when school safety is involved.Long-Term Suspension and ExpulsionIn most states, the authority to expel students is reserved for superintendents, school boards, or district hearing officers. In some states, such as Missouri, the school district superintendent (or a designee, in large districts) may suspend a student for up to 180 days (RsMo 167.171). This process is generally referred to aslong-term suspension. In other states, only the board of education can suspend a student for more than 10 days.Regardless of how expulsion is defined, due process requirements are proportional to the potential punishment. In short, the greater the potential loss of a student’s property interest in attending school and the greater the threat to the student’s liberty interest in not having his or her record tainted by school officials, the greater the due process requirements. Therefore, suspensions or expulsions from school longer than 10 days require more elaborate due process requirements than the rudimentary requirements established inGoss v. Lopez(1975). Unfortunately, the U.S. Supreme Court has not established these requirements, and student rights in long-term suspension or expulsion hearings are a conglomeration of various federal and state court rulings, state statutes, and school board policies. These patchwork requirements vary from state to state and circuit court to circuit court. At the heart of the matter, due process requires only that a student facing expulsion receive notice of the charges; notice of the date, place and time of the hearing; and a full opportunity to be heard. Some circuit courts have added further due process requirements in expulsion cases. Therefore, it is important to consult state laws and school board policy before instigating long-term suspension or expulsion. The following general guidelines—in addition to notice of charges, time of the hearing, and an opportunity to present evidence refuting the allegations—likely apply in most states to students facing expulsion from public schools: Students have the right to a prompt written explanation of the facts leading to the expulsion. Expulsion cases can be challenged when a policy is “vague or overbroad.” For example, “gang-related” has been found to be void for vagueness (Stephenson v. Davenport Community School District,1997), as has “possession of look-alike” drugs (Board of Education of Central Community v. Scionti,2000). During the appeal process, students generally have the right to an evidentiary hearing, including having an attorney present. For example, a North Carolina appeals court overturned an expulsion decision because the student in question was denied the right to counsel during his appeal to the board (In re Roberts,2002). Students generally have the right to present and refute evidence and to cross-examine and face witnesses (Fuller v. Decatur Public Schools,2000). The right to cross-examine and face witnesses, especially when the witnesses are fellowstudents, is particularly controversial. However, courts have overturned the expulsion of a student because none of the student or teacher witnesses testified at the hearing (Board of Education of Central Community v. Scionti,2000;Colquitt v. Rich Township High School District,1998;Nichols v. DeStefano,2002). The right to refute evidence is fundamental to the due process standard. The right to cross-examine witnesses varies from state to state. Boards may make decisions based on apreponderance of the evidencerather than the “beyond a reasonable doubt” requirement of criminal trials. The district should be prepared to present data demonstrating that expulsion decisions are not based on racial criteria. For example, inFuller v. Decatur(2000), significantly more African American students than White students faced suspension and expulsion. However, the district was able to demonstrate that African American and White students who were similarly situated received similar punishments.FIGURE5-1Procedural due process illustrated.Corporal Punishment and Excessive ForceCorporal punishmentcan be defined as “the use of physical force, including hitting, slapping, spanking, paddling or the use of physical restraint or positioning which is designed to cause pain, as a disciplinary measure” (Education Commission of the States, 1998). As of 2008, 21 states (mostly in the South and Southwest) permitted the use of corporal punishment in schools (Human Rights Watch, 2008). Twenty-nine states and Washington, DC, have banned the practice. In states where the decision to use corporal punishment is delegated to the local school board, many state school board associations recommend finding alternative means of discipline. Many school districts have taken such action. In fact, 95 of the largest school districts in the country have banned corporal punishment, including Houston, Dallas, and Memphis (Human Rights Watch, 2008). In addition, states that allow corporal punishment either establish guidelines or require local boards to establish guidelines for administering physical punishment.The legality of corporal punishment was considered by the U.S. Supreme Court inIngraham v. Wright(1977). The parents of two students in Dade County, Florida, brought suit under USC 42 Section 1982 alleging a violation of their Eighth Amendment protection against cruel and unusual punishment and of their Fourteenth Amendment rights to a hearing before being deprived of property and liberty interest. The Court ruled that the Eighth Amendment protection applied only to those individuals convicted of a crime and not to public school children. Thus, juveniles in a detention center may bring suit for physical battery, but public school children may not (Roy, 2001, citingNelson v. Heyne, 1974). In considering the Fourteenth Amendment claims, the Court recognized a liberty interest, but the due process clause did not require prior notice and a hearing before disciplinary paddling of a student could take place.Most states that allow corporal punishment provide statutory immunity for administrators and teachers who paddle students in their schools. In Mississippi, the only way to prevail in a lawsuit against an educator is if the educator’s conduct constitutes a criminal offense, or if he or she acted with a “malicious purpose” (Human Rights Watch, 2008). Texas statutes provide immunity for persons who administer corporal punishment under both criminal and civil law (Texas Education Code 22.051a). These immunity laws make it very difficult for parents to pursue legal action when their children are injured or subjected to corporal punishment against parental wishes (Human Rights Watch, 2008).In states where corporal punishment is legal, most federal circuits utilize a “shocks the conscience” standard when considering cases that involve outrageous conduct or physical contact between school personnel and students. The “shocks the conscience” standard is also typically applied in a variety of cases where students are injured by the actions of school officials (seeGolden v. Anders,2003, andHarris v. Robinson,2001, as examples). Most courts set the “shocks the conscience” standard quite high by considering primarily the intent or lack of intent on the part of school personnel to cause harm. For example, the Third Circuit Court crafted four elements to consider when applying the “shocks the conscience” test: (1) Was there a pedagogicaljustification for the use of force? (2) Was the force utilized excessive to meet the legitimate objective in the situation? (3) Was the force applied in a good-faith effort to maintain or restore discipline, or maliciously and sadistically for the very purpose of causing harm? (4) Was there a serious injury? (Gottlieb v. Laurel Highlands School District,2001).In school discipline cases, the Tenth Circuit Court defines “shocks the conscience” aswhether the force applied caused injury so severe, was so disproportional to the need presented, and was so inspired by malice or sadism rather than a merely careless or unwise excess of zeal that it amounted to a brutal and inhumane abuse of official power literallyshocking to the conscience.(Garcia v. Miera,1987)The Eighth Circuit Court has established the following guidelines in considering whether or not the administering of corporal punishment shocks the consciences: (1) the need for the use of corporal punishment, (2) the relationship between the need for the punishment and the amount or severity of the punishment, (3) the extent of the injury inflicted, and (4) whether the punishment was administered in good-faith effort or done in a malicious and sadistic manner for the purpose of causing harm (Wise v. Pea Ridge,1988).Based on these definitions, it may be difficult for school personnel to shock the conscience of many federal courts, but not all behaviors are protected. For example, the Eleventh Circuit Court held that the actions of a Green County, Alabama, principal who struck a 13-year-old boy with a metal cane in the head, ribs, and back with enough force to cause a large knot on his head and migraine headaches “obviously” rise to a level that shocks the conscience (Kirkland v. Greene,2003). A female high school student became quite unruly, profane, and refused to leave a classroom area (Nicol v. Auburn-Washburn School District,2002). When a school security guard was summoned, he allegedly pushed the girl into a file cabinet, shoved her into another student, grabbed her in a head lock, and “pinned” her “up against [a] wall.” Using the standards established inHarris v. Robinson(2001), the Tenth Circuit Court found that a reasonable jury could find that the actions of the security guard shock the conscience, thus violating the student’s substantive due process rights.Reaching a similar conclusion, the Second Circuit Court found the actions of a physical education teacher who grabbed a junior high school student by the throat, lifted him off the ground by his neck, dragged him across the gym floor, slammed the back of the student’s head against the bleachers four times, and rammed the student’s forehead into a metal fuse box to be “conscience-shocking” (Johnson v. Newburgh School District,2001). The court used the following criteria to determine conscience-shocking actions: (1) Is the conduct maliciously and sadistically employed in the absence of a discernible government interest? (2) Is the conduct of a kind likely to produce substantial injury? In this particular case, the court had little difficulty answering yes to both of these criteria.Linking to PracticeDo:Follow school district policy and state law regarding the use—or non-use—of corporal punishment.Search for alternatives in states (and districts) that allow corporal punishment. Sanctioning physical force and the intentional infliction of pain on students may create conditions that could easily escalate to “conscience-shocking” behavior.Investigate any incidents of physical force by faculty. For example, the physical education teacher inJohnson v. Newburgh(2001)had previously assaulted four other students (mostly African American). Letting this type of teacher-as-bully behavior continue unchallenged is inexcusable.Develop memoranda of understanding between the district and law enforcement regarding the role of school resource officers and the standards for review of behaviors that may not be appropriate in district schools.Student Suspension or Expulsion for Off-Campus BehaviorSeveral states have passed laws allowing school districts to suspend or deny admission to students charged or convicted of serious crimes committed anywhere. For example, Missouri state law provides that no pupil shall be readmitted or enrolled to a regular program of instruction if the student has been convicted, charged with, or adjudicated to have committed a felony (RSM0 167.171.3). Many other states have similar laws that allow school districts to expel or refuse to admit students charged or convicted of serious crimes anywhere.Courts are generally supportive of school officials’ authority to develop and enforce reasonable rules for student conduct on school grounds and at school-sponsored activities, field trips, and events. However, school authority becomes more tenuous when students break school rules off school grounds. Consequently, most courts require a link between the off-campus behavior and disruption to the school environment (seeKyle P. Parker et al. v. Board of Education of the Town of Thomaston,1998;Student Alpha ID Number Guiza v. The School Board of Volusia County, Florida,1993).Zirkel (2003a)and theNational School Boards Association’s Council of School Attorneys (2003) provide the following guidelines pertaining to the discipline of students for off-campus behavior: Follow all state laws regarding the suspension or expulsion of students charged or convicted of crimes off-campus. These laws do not require a link to on-campus disruption. Make clear to students and parents that accountability for proper behavior may extend beyond the schoolhouse gate when misbehavior occurs on school buses or at school-sponsored off-campus activities. Students and parents should be aware that students may be disciplined for conduct that starts at school and then extends off-campus. This is especially true when the behavior involves violence, gang activities, or drug sales (Zirkel, 2003a). Discipline for off-campus behavior should be supported by a link between the behavior and disruption at school. In other words, regardless of how reprehensible the behavior may be, a relationship to the behavior and disruption in theschool should be established before taking disciplinary action (National School Boards Association’s Council of School Attorneys, 2003). Be sure that there is sufficient evidence to support disciplinary decisions. Avoid overreacting when considering student misconduct off-campus. Be sure to follow state and school district procedural due process requirements when suspensions or expulsions are considered for off-campus conduct (Zirkel, 2003a). Follow all state laws that prohibit the enrollment or readmittance of students convicted or charged of certain crimes regardless of location. If the student in question is classified as disabled under IDEA and/or Section, all procedural safeguards and requirements under these statutes are in force (Zirkel, 2003a). Follow all state law reporting requirements to law enforcement when suspending or expelling students for offenses that are classified as felonies under state law.Extracurricular Activities and Title IXTitle IXis part of the Education Amendments of 1972. It is designed to protect students from being denied the benefits of any educational program or activity because of sex. Title IX applies to admissions, recruiting, course offerings, harassment based on sex, physical education, educational programs and activities, and employment. The Office for Civil Rights (OCR) is responsible for the enforcement of Title IX. OCR prefers that claims be settled in a peaceful manner without referring issues to the Department of Justice (“Secretary’s Commission,” 2002).The Title IX regulations issued by the U.S. Department of Education in 1975 require equal athletic opportunities for males and females. Title IX is designed to protect all students. However, because females have been historically underrepresented in secondary school cocurricular activities, the primary focus, and thus one of the more visible impacts, of Title IX athletic enforcement has been improving opportunities for female participation in school-sponsored cocurricular activities at the P–12 level.Although primarily designed for intercollegiate athletics, the regulations apply equally to secondary schools that accept federal money. In 1979, the U.S. Department of Education developed the following three-pronged test that provides guidance on the application of Title IX to athletics. A school may demonstrate compliance by meeting any one of the three parts: The school provides opportunities for males and females in numbers that are substantially proportionate to respective enrollments; or The school can demonstrate a history and continuing practice of program expansion that is responsive to the developing interest and abilities of the members of the sex that is underrepresented among athletes; or The school can show that the interest and abilities of the members of that sex have been fully and effectively accommodated by the present program (“Secretary’s Commission,” 2002).Currently this test applies only to colleges and universities. However, a federal district court in California held that a school district violated this test. First, the court concluded that the district did not provide girls with athletic opportunities substantially proportionate to their enrollment in the school. Second, the court found that thedistrict failed to show a history and continuing practice of program expansion proportionate with the interest and abilities of female students, and the district had failed to fully and effectively accommodate female athletes’ interest (Ollier v. Sweetwater High School District, 2009).At least two courts have considered the question of whether or not Title IX applies when girls’ secondary school sports such as basketball, volleyball, and softball are played during a “non-traditional” season. For example, boys’ and girls’ basketball are a traditional winter sport and girls’ volleyball is a traditional fall sport. The federal district court in Michigan considered this question when the Michigan High School Athletic Association (MHSAA) scheduled several girls’ sports in non-traditional seasons (Communities for Equity v. Michigan High School Athletic Association,2001). The court held that this type of scheduling of girls’ sports violated the Equal Protection Clause, Title IX, and Michigan state law. Particularly telling in this case was a finding by the court that girls’ basketball was originally scheduled in a non-traditional season to “avoid inconveniencing the boys’ basketball team.” A similar case in New York considered decisions by school districts in a region of the state to schedule certain girls’ sports during non-traditional seasons (McCormick v. the School District of Mamaroneck and the School District of Pelham,2004). The Second Circuit Court had little problem affirming a trial court ruling that this practice by local school districts is in violation of Title IX.Title IX prohibits retaliation for reporting potential violations. This protection now extends to coaches and other adults who work with PK–12 public school athletic programs. The U.S. Supreme Court recently held that Title IX’s private right of action encompasses claims of retaliation against an individual (in this case a girls’ basketball coach) after he complained about sex discrimination in the school’s athletic program (Roderick Jackson v. Birmingham Board of Education,2005). Roderick Jackson, the girls’ basketball coach, complained unsuccessfully to his supervisors about discrepancies in equipment and facilities. He then received negative work evaluations and was ultimately removed as the girls’ coach. It is important to note that the Court did not hold that Coach Jackson was dismissed from his coaching position in retaliation for his complaints, only that he is entitled to offer evidence to support his claim of retaliation.Interscholastic athletics are not generally governed by state or federal statute, but rather by a state activity association. The Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association (TSSAA) serves as a typical illustration. Founded in 1925, TSSAA is a voluntary association composed of member secondary schools in Tennessee. A Board of Control consisting of nine board members elected by the member schools governs the Association. Changes to the TSSAA constitution and bylaws are possible only by a majority vote of member schools. Funding for the association is derived primarily from state tournament revenues and member fees. Activity associations have not traditionally received state funding and have not been considered state actors by the courts. This is an important point. As a state actor, associations would be subject to the U.S. Constitution, and association bylaws would be open to judicial review. InBrentwood Academy v. TSSAA(2001), the U.S. Supreme Court considered just such a question. TheBrentwoodcase involved the First Amendment rights of private-school (Brentwood Academy) coaches to communicate with and recruit student athletes to their school. The U.S. Supreme Court held that the association is a state actor because of the pervasive entwinement of state school officials in the structure of the association (Brentwood v. TSSAA, 2001).Participation in interscholastic activities has traditionally been considered a privilege, and students have not had the same property and liberty interest in athletics or other extracurricular activities as they do in access to the general curriculum. However, some due process rights could conceivably be afforded to student athletes in light of theBrentwooddecision. The Eighth Circuit Court implicitly acknowledged a senior softball player’s right to due process before being dismissed from the team for missing a game. The coach announced to the team that the offending player was expelled from the team before ascertaining the player’s side of the story. However, the court found that because the superintendent, principal, and coach met soon afterward with the player and her parents, the due process requirement of a hearing had been met by the district (Wooten v. Pleasant Hope R-VI School District, 2001). At least some school-district attorneys advise against establishing the practice of providing some due process rights before dismissing students from extracurricular activities. However, the rudimentary due process rights outlined inGossdo not seem burdensome when applied to extracurricular participation.Another area of potential litigation includes student athlete eligibility for college sports. In order to be awarded athletic scholarships and compete at the intercollegiate level, student athletes must meet certain guidelines established by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). Included in these guidelines are “core curricular” course requirements that students must complete in order to be eligible for scholarships and participation. All high schools are required to submit to the NCAA Clearinghouse a list of courses for approval. The Clearinghouse checks transcripts of potential college athletes to certify eligibility. Several incidents of high school counselors or principals failing to provide accurate lists to the Clearinghouse have resulted in student athletes being declared ineligible. These incidents have naturally resulted in several lawsuits against high school principals or counselors. In general, courts have granted summary judgment for the school district and have not held individual school employees accountable for these oversights (Abbott, 2002).Linking to PracticeDo:Annually evaluate the opportunities for and treatment of boys’ and girls’ extracurricular activities. For example, examine budgets, travel allotments, schedules, funding for uniforms and equipment, and equity of facility use.Both Title IX and the ISLLC standards require an affirmative response to any inequalities.Reassignment of coaches should be made for reasons other than in retaliation for complaining about Title IX violations.Provide training for athletic directors, coaches, band and choir directors, and other sponsors regarding school extracurricular policy and applicable state association rules.If a student is facing dismissal from a state association–sponsored activity, afford reasonable opportunities forrudimentaryprocedural due process (the student is informed of the reasons, has a chance to tell his/her side of the story, and, if denying the allegation, is given an explanation of the evidence) before a final decision is made. This precaution appears not to be common practice. However, an ounce of prevention almost always makes decisions more defensible and should increase the chances of summary judgment should a legal challenge occur. This level of protection is not necessary in cases of reasonable punishments such as extra running, benching, or apologies to the team.Encourage or require coaches and sponsors to meet with the parents of students involved in extracurricular activities. Rules for participation should be clearly outlined, should not be vague or overbroad, and should be related to the activity. Explain rules, expectations of participants, and reasons for possible dismissal from the activity.Encourage parents to contact coaches or sponsors if there is any question regarding rules, procedures, or punishments.Know the NCAA Clearinghouse rules. Clearly mark “approved” courses in student curriculum guides or other documents students and parents use to make curricular decisions.Invite parents to meetings with counselors, coaches, and band and choir directors to discuss the Clearinghouse rules and the courses approved by the campus or district.Title IX and PregnancyTitle IX prohibits discrimination based on a student’s actual or potential parental, family, or marital status that treats students differently on the basis of sex. Section of Title IX provides guidance on the treatment of pregnant students. The following guidelines apply to most public K–12 schools. Schools may not discriminate or exclude any student from an educational program or activity, including any class or extracurricular activity, on the basis of pregnancy, childbirth, false pregnancy, termination of pregnancy, or recovery, unless the student requests voluntarily to participate in separate programs. It is permissible (and possibly advisable) to require a student to obtain a certification from a physician that the student is physically and emotionally able to continue participation so long as such a certification is similarly required of all students for other physical or emotional conditions. Schools must treat pregnancy, childbirth, false pregnancy, termination of pregnancy, and recovery in the same manner and under the same policies as any other temporary disability. Schools shall treat these conditions as a justification for a leave of absence for so long a period as is deemed medically necessary by the student’s physician. After this time period the student shall be reinstated to the status which she held when the leave began.SummaryParents, students, community members, legislators, and educators do seem to agree on at least one thing: Safe and orderly schools are important. School leaders are empowered to achieve this safety and order by a wide variety of laws and policies at the national, state, and local levels. At the other end of the spectrum, students are required to relinquish many of the rights they have as citizens once they cross onto school grounds. In addition, students can be held accountable by school authorities for some acts outside the school that create disruption in the school. However, students do not check all of their rights at the schoolhousegate. Interestingly, those individuals charged with protecting the limited rights of students are the very people who have the most authority to violate them. Effective school leaders understand the legal and ethical obligation to provide for a safe and orderly school, protect the rights of students, understand the need for a positive school culture based on social cooperation, and engage in honest interactions with students, parents, and others. Finding this balance may well be one of the biggest challenges future school leaders at all levels will face.Connecting Standards to PracticeBad BoysRiverboat High School Senior Kyle Lacy could be witty, smart, charming, and exasperating—usually all at the same time. In early October, high school principal Tara Hills suspended Kyle for 3 days for being disrespectful to his Senior English teacher, John Mills. While on suspension, a state trooper found 2 ounces of marijuana hidden in the trunk of Kyle’s car during a routine traffic stop. Kyle was charged with possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.Riverboat High School students were notified at the beginning of school that they would be held accountable for out-of-school conduct that has “some impact on what happens in school.” Sharon Grey had in fact used this rule a few times when students were involved in some out-of-school conduct that created a problem at school. Current high school principal Tara Hills suspended Kyle for an additional 5 days for his drug possession arrest. Now, she was being pressured by several faculty members to make an example of Kyle and recommend that he be expelled for the remainder of the semester and banned from extracurricular activities for the remainder of the school year. Several teachers had approached Tara expressing their concern that failure to expel Kyle would make a sham of school rules. They also cited disruption of the educational process by noting that Kyle’s younger brother, a Riverboat sophomore, was in the car at the time of the stop. Tara had overheard several students talking about Kyle’s arrest, and the subject had apparently come up in some classes. She had stopped to listen during her scheduled classroom visits, and some of the discussion about the wisdom of legalizing marijuana had become spirited. But she had not noticed a groundswell of support for Kyle or any more classroom banter regarding recent events than usual.Question Argue for or against the expulsion of Kyle Lacy for the remainder of the semester. Clarify the legal question. Cite ISLLC standards, legal guidelines (i.e., procedural and substantive due process, off-campus behavior, and school discipline), and the idea of a well-ordered school to justify your answer. Write a letter or memorandum to the superintendent or school board president outlining your response to the problem of Kyle Lacy.

BUS390 T5 RuleofLawWorksheet

BUS-390Rule of Law and Ethics WorksheetUse this worksheet as a template. Complete the essay questions below using scholarly sources to support your answers:1.    Using the country of Hong Kong to analyze throughout this course, research the influence of colonization on that country and explain how that influence has affected its current legal system. (200-250 words)2.    Is the current legal system a civil law code or a common law code? (i.e., Spanish or French vs. English). Is there a correlation between the current rule of law and the propensity of entrepreneurship? (100-150 words)3.    Explain how that legal system relates to the mode of entry (property rights) and how that legal system affects your entry into that country (as a company) and how you would conduct business in that country. (200-250 words)4.    Provide key ethical challenges for your company in that country. (75-100 words)5.
 Recommend legal compliances approaches used by companies conducting international business. Which approaches would you use for your selected country? (150-200 words)References                                                 

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CHAPTER 8PRETRIAL PROCEDURES AND THE CRIMINAL TRIALLearning ObjectivesAfter reading this chapter, students should: Identify the steps involved in the pretrial criminal process. Identify the difference between an indictment and an information. Explain how a prosecutor screens potential cases. Indicate why prosecutors, defense attorneys, and defendants often agree to plea bargains. Explain what “taking the Fifth” really means. Contrast challenges for cause and preemptory challenges during voir dire. Explain the differences between testimony and real evidence, between lay witnesses and expert witnesses, and between direct evidence and circumstantial evidence. Delineate circumstances in which the constitutional prohibition of double jeopardy does not always apply.                                                                                        Lesson Plan Correlated to PowerPointsI. Pretrial Detention Learning Objective 1: Identify the steps involved in the pretrial criminal process. A. The Initial Appearance i. Defendant is informed of the charges ii. The constitutional rights are explained iii. If the defendant cannot afford a lawyer, a public defender will be appointedB. Bail i. Purpose of Baila. Does not guarantee the right to bailb. States that “excessive bail shall not be required”c. The amount of bail required must be reasonable compared with the seriousness of the wrongdoing ii. The Setting of Baila. Each jurisdiction has its own bail tariffs, or general guidelines concerning the proper amount of bail.1. For misdemeanors, the police usually follow a preapproved bail schedule created by local judicial authorities.2. In felony cases, the primary responsibility to set bail lies with the judge, with the bail tariff acting as a loose guideline.b. Defendants who cannot afford bail are generally kept in a local jail or lockup until the date of their trial. iii. Preventive Detention a. Second purpose of bail is to protect the community b. Judge can simply set bail at a level the suspect cannot affordc. More than thirty states and the federal government have passed preventive detention legislation which allow judges to act in the best interest of the community and keep offenders in custody prior to trialC. Gaining Pretrial Release i. Release on recognizance (ROR)a. ROR is used when the defendant is not at risk to “jump” bail and does not pose a threat to the communityb. The defendant is released at no cost ii. Posting Baila. Those committing felonies are rarely released on recognizance b. These defendants may post the full amount of the bail in cash to the courtc. Defendant can rarely post bail in cash d. Another option is to use personal property as collateral iii. Bail Bond Agentsa. A bail bondsperson can post a bail bond on the defendant’s behalf1. The bondsperson promises the court that he or she will turn over to the court the full amount of bail if the defendant fails to return for further proceedings2. Defendant must usually give the bondsperson a certain percentage of the bail in cash, which is often not returned to the defendant Media Tool “How Bail Bonds Work” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6R9xdUJFNQY A short clip about how bail bonds work.   II. Establishing Probable CauseLearning Objective 2:Identify the difference between an indictment and an information.A. Once the initial appearance has been completed and bail has been set, the prosecutor must establish probable cause i. The prosecutor must prove that a crime was committed ii. The prosecutor must also link the defendant to the crimeB. The Preliminary Hearing i. During the preliminary hearing, the defendant appears before a judge or magistrate who decides whether the evidence presented is sufficient for the case to proceed to trial ii. The Preliminary Hearing Processa. Mini-trialb. A police report of the arrest is presented by a law enforcement officer, supplemented with evidence by the prosecutorc. Defendant has a right to be represented by counseld. Defense attorneys can take advantage of the preliminary hearing to begin the process of discovery1. Access to any evidence in the possession of the prosecution iii. Waiving the Hearinga. Preliminary hearings usually last no longer than 5 minutesb. Defense attorneys commonly advise their clients to waive their right to a preliminary hearingc. Once a judge has ruled affirmatively on probable cause, the defendant is bound over to the grand jury in many jurisdictionsC. The Grand Jury i. Makes the decision as to whether a case should go to trial ii. Decide whether probable cause exists iii. Grand juries are impaneled for a period of time, usually not exceeding 3 monthsa. During this time, the grand jury sits in closed session and hears only evidence presented by the prosecutorb. The defendant cannot present evidence at this hearingc. The prosecutor presents to the grand jury whatever evidence the state has against the defendant iv. If the grand jury finds that probable cause exists, it issues an indictment against the defendanta. The indictment becomes the formal charge against the defendantb. Some states require a grand jury to indict for certain crimes, while in other states a grand jury indictment is optional What If Scenario What if . . . you are an elected public official currently being investigated by the local police department for committing a crime. You are totally unaware that you are being investigated by the grand jury for accepting bribes in your capacity as an elected official.  Should you have the right to testify on your own behalf in front of the grand jury so that they can hear your side?  Why or why not?  Why is a grand jury an excellent tool for prosecutors in investigating crimes committed by politicians? III. The Prosecutorial Screening Process Learning Objective 3: Explain how a prosecutor screens potential cases.A. Case Attrition i. Prosecutorial discretion includes the power to not prosecute cases ii. Only about one in three adults arrested for a felony see the inside of a prison or jail cell; this is referred to as case attrition iii. Half of all adult felony cases brought to prosecutors by police are dismissed through nolle prosequi iv. District attorneys do not have the resources to prosecute every arrestB. Screening Factors i. Most prosecutors have a screening process for deciding when to prosecute and when to “noll”a. The most important factor in deciding whether to prosecute is whether there is sufficient evidence for convictionb. Establish case prioritiesc. Determine existence of uncooperative victimsd. Unreliability of victimse. A prosecutor may be willing to drop a case, or reduce the charges, against a defendant who is willing to testify against other offenders What If Scenario What if . . . you were a prosecutor with a small budget. How would you prioritize the different types of cases? Would you prioritize by the gravity of the crime or the quality of the evidence or something else? IV. Pleading GuiltyLearning Objective 4: Indicate why prosecutors, defense attorneys, and defendants often agree to plea bargains.A. Based on the information or indictment, the prosecutor submits a motion to the court to order the defendant to appear before the trial court for an arraignment i. Due process requires that a criminal defendant be informed of the charges brought against him or her and be offered an opportunity to respond to those charges ii. At the arraignment, the defendant is informed of the charges and must respond by pleading guilty or not guilty, or plead nolo contendere iii. Most frequently, the defendant pleads guilty to the initial charge or to a lesser charge B. Plea Bargaining in the Criminal Justice System i. Plea bargaining usually takes place after the arraignment and before the beginning of the trial ii. Plea bargaining is a process by which the accused, represented by a defense counsel, and the prosecutor work out a mutually satisfactory disposition of the case, subject to court approval iii. Plea bargaining offers the practical benefit of saving court resources Media Tool “Supreme Court Ruling on Plea Bargaining” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S8tOVQmCl7Q A short interview with a former federal judge about the requirement that defendants have effective counsel in the plea bargaining process. C. Motivations for Plea Bargaining i. Prosecutors and Plea Bargaininga. Prosecutor’s goal is to get a convictionb. Plea bargaining removes the risk that a jury or judge may disagree with the case as presented by the prosecutorc. Plea bargaining can “save” a questionable cased. Plea bargaining reduces the time and money spent on each case ii. Defense Attorneys and Plea Bargaininga. Favorable plea bargains are often the best a defense attorney can do for his clientsb. Plea bargaining may increase profit margins by quickly disposing of cases iii. Defendants and Plea Bargaininga. The plea bargain allows the defendant a measure of control over his or her fateb. The benefits of plea bargaining are tangible; defendants who plea bargain receive significantly lighter sentences on average than those who are found guilty at trial iv. Protecting the Defendanta. The defendant plays only a minor role in the plea-bargaining process. b. The defendant must make a clear statement that he or she accepts the plea bargain by signing a Boykin form thereby waiving their right to a trial. v. Faulty Advisea. Defendants have a constitutional right to effective counsel vi. A Second Chance to Pleada. If a defendant proves that his/her counsel was ineffective during plea bargaining, he or she will be given another chance to make a favorable plea.D. Victims and Plea Bargaining i. Victim’s rights movement ii. Some states allow victim participation in plea bargaining iii. Emotional processE. Pleading Not Guilty i. Fairly common during arraignmenta. Gain a more favorable plea bargainb. Challenge a crucial part of the evidence on constitutional groundsc. Submit one of the affirmative defensesV. Special Features of Criminal Trials Learning Objective 5: Explain what “taking the Fifth” really means.A. Criminal trial procedures reflect the need to protect criminal defendants against the power of the state by providing them with a number of rightsB. A “Speedy” Trial i. The Sixth Amendment requires a speedy trial for those accused of a criminal acta. The reason is obvious depending on various factors; the defendant may lose his or her right to move freely and may be incarcerated prior to trialb. The accusation that a person has committed a crime jeopardizes that person’s reputation within a communityc. The sooner the trial is held, the sooner his or her innocence can be established in the eyes of the court and the public ii. The Definition of Speedy Triala. It is not specified what is meant by the term “speedy”b. The U.S. Supreme Court has refused to quantify “speedy” iii. Speedy Trial Lawsa. At the national level, the Speedy Trial Act of 1974 specifies time limits for trials in the federal court system1. No more than 30 days between arrest and indictment2. No more than 10 days between indictment and arraignment3. No more than 60 days between arraignment and trial4. Federal law allows extra time for hearings on pretrial motions, mental competency examinations, and other procedural actions  iv. Statutes of Limitationsa. Citizens are protected against unreasonable delays before accusation by statutes of limitationsb. Murder and crimes that carry the death penalty do not have a statute of limitationC. The Role of the Jury i. Sixth Amendment states that anyone accused of a crime shall be judged by “an impartial jury”a. In all felony cases, the defendant is entitled to a jury trialb. It has been left to individual states to decide whether jury trials are required for misdemeanor casesc. If the defendant waives his or her right to trial by jury, a bench trial takes place in which the judge decides questions of legality and fact, and no jury is involved ii. Predominant American jury consists of twelve personsa. Jury verdict must be unanimous for acquittal or conviction in most jurisdictionsD. The Privilege Against Self-Incrimination i. The Fifth Amendment states that no person “shall be compelled in any criminal case to be a witness against himself” ii. A defendant has the right not to testify at a trial if to do so would implicate him or her in the crime; this is often referred to as “taking the fifth” iii. Witnesses may also refuse to testify on this ground iv. Judges are required to inform the jury that an accused person’s decision to remain silent cannot be held against him or herE. The Presumption of a Defendant’s Innocence i. The presumption in criminal law is that a defendant is innocent until proved guilty ii. The burden of proving guilt falls on the state iii. Prejudicing the Jurya. Right not to testify cannot be interpreted as a guilty verdict iv. Witnesses in Courta. Witnesses may refuse to testify if they could incriminate themselvesb. But witnesses often receive immunity in exchange for the truth What If Scenario What if . . . you are accused of committing a crime that you did not commit?  The police officer “hooks you up” and escorts you to your holding cell, which will be your home for some time until you can prove to the jury that you are innocent.  As you sit in your cell, awaiting your trial, you think about how wrong it is to keep you in custody, since everyone knows that you are “innocent until proven guilty!”  What does it mean to be considered innocent until proven guilty?  If you are innocent, why are you in jail?  What can you do to get out of jail before your trial? F. A Strict Standard of Proof i. In a criminal trial, the defendant is not required to prove his or her innocence ii. The state must prove the defendant’s guilt beyond a reasonable doubt iii. A high standard of proof in criminal cases reflects a fundamental social valuea. Belief that it is worse to convict an innocent individual than to let a guilty one go freeb. The high standard of proof reduces the margin of error in criminal casesVI. Jury SelectionLearning Objective 6: Contrast challenges for cause and preemptory challenges during voir dire.A. The main goal of jury selection is to produce a cross section of the population in the jurisdiction where the crime was committed B. Jurors must live in the jurisdiction where the case is being tried, but very few other restrictions on eligibility existC. State legislatures generally set the requirements i. Citizens of the United States ii. Over 18 years of age iii. Free of felony convictions iv. Of the necessary good health to function in a jury setting v. Sufficiently intelligent to understand the issues of a trial vi. Able to read, write, and comprehend the English languageD. The master jury list is made up of all eligible jurors in a community, usually drawn from voter registration lists or driver’s license rollsE. The first step in choosing a jury is to draw together the venire i. The venire is composed of all those people who are notified by the clerk of the court that they have been selected for jury duty ii. Those selected are ordered to report to the courthouse on the date specified by the noticeF. Voir Dire i. Each attorney questions prospective jurors in the voir direproceeding ii. Jurors are required to provide the court with a significant amount of personal information iii. Questioning of potential jurorsa. Attorneys fashion questions to uncover any biases on the parts of the prospective jurors and find persons who might identify with the plights of their respective side iv. Challenging Potential Jurors a. Attorney for each side exercises a certain number of challenges to prevent particular persons from serving on the juryb. Two types of challenges1. “Challenges for cause” – if a defense attorney or prosecutor concludes that a prospective juror is unfit to serve, they  can request that the person not be included on the jury2. Peremptory challenges – challenges are based solely on an attorney’s subjective reasoning, in which the attorney is usually not required to give any legally justifiable reason for wanting to exclude a particular person from the juryG. Race and Gender Issues in Jury Selection i. The Sixth Amendment guarantees the right to an impartial jury ii. The goal of the attorneys’ peremptory challenges is to create a partial jury that is toward or against the defendant iii. For many years, prosecutors used their peremptory challenges as an instrument of de facto segregation in juriesa. Prosecutors were able to keep African Americans off juries in which an African American was a defendantb. Argument that African Americans would be partial toward one of their own iv. The Batson Reversala. This policy was reversed by the U.S. Supreme Court in the 1986 case of Batson v. Kentuckyb. Under the Batson ruling, the defendant must prove that the prosecution’s use of a peremptory challenge was racially motivated. What If Scenario What if . . . you are a prosecutor who is prosecuting a Hispanic man who has been accused of stealing a car?  During the jury selection process, you formulate a strategy to remove all Hispanics from the potential jury.  Is this allowable?  v. Women on the Jurya. In 1994, J.E.B. v. Alabama ex rel. T. B. extended Batson to cover gender bias in jury selection vi. Alternate Jurorsa. Two or three alternate jurors sit through the trial in case one of the actual jurors needs to be replacedVII. The TrialLearning Objective 7: Explain the differences between testimony and real evidence, between lay witnesses and expert witnesses, and between direct evidence and circumstantial evidence.A. Opening Statements i. Attorneys may choose to open the trial with a statement to the jury, though they are not required to do so ii. The attorneys give a brief version of the facts and the supporting evidence that they will present during the trialB. The Role of Evidence i. Prosecutor begins presents the state’s evidence against the defendant ii. Evidence is anything that is used to prove the existence or nonexistence of a facta. Testimony consists of statements by competent witnessesb. Real evidence is presented to the court in the forms of exhibits, including any physical items that affect the case iii. Testimonial Evidencea. Facts or data of which they have personal knowledge b. Material presented at trialc. Secondhand information given to the expert outside the courtroom iv. Direct Versus Circumstantial Evidencea. Direct evidence is evidence that has been witnessed by the person giving testimonyb. Circumstantial evidence is indirect evidence that does not establish the fact in question but only the degree of likelihood of the fact v. The CSI Effecta. According to many prosecutors, CSI shows have fostered unrealistic notions among jurors as to what high-tech forensic science can accomplish as part of a criminal investigation. b. These expectations are unrealistic Media Tool “The CSI Effect” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fGc4PaLB-ek A short clip about the CSI effect and actual crime labs. vi. Relevancea. Evidence will not be admitted in court unless it is relevant to the case being consideredb. Relevant evidence is evidence that tends to prove or disprove a fact in question vii. Prejudicial Evidencea. Evidence may be excluded if it would tend to distract the jury from the main issues of the case, mislead the jury, or cause jurors to decide the issue on an emotional basisC. The Prosecution’s Case i. Because the burden of proof is on the state, the prosecution is generally considered to have a more difficult task than the defense ii. Prosecutor attempts to establish guilt beyond a reasonable doubt by presenting the corpus delicti of the crime to the jury iii. Direct Examination of Witnessesa. Are crucial to establishing the prosecutor’s case against the defendant1. The prosecutor will call witnesses to the stand and ask them questions pertaining to the sequence of events that the trial is addressing through direct examination2. The prosecutor is not allowed to ask leading questions that might suggest to the witness a particular desired response iv. Competence and Reliability of Witnesses 1. Witnesses must have mental competenciesD. Cross-Examination i. After the prosecutor has directly examined his or her witnesses, the defense attorney is given the chance to question the same witnesses ii. The Sixth Amendment gives the accused, through his or her attorney, the right to cross-examine witnesses; this is called the “confrontation clause” iii. Questioning Witnessesa. Test truthfulness of opposing witnesses iv. Hearsaya. When interviewing a witness, both the prosecutor and defense attorney will make sure that the witness’s statements are based on the witness’s own knowledge and not hearsay1. Hearsay can be defined as any testimony given in court about a statement made by someone elseb. Hearsay is not admissible as evidence because the listener may have misunderstood what the other person said Media Tool “Accused Rapist Cross-Examines Alleged Victim” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Fjx-4G8XZ0 A short clip about the problems that come out of rape cases. E. The Defendant’s Case i. Creating a Reasonable Doubta. Defense lawyers most commonly defend their clients by attempting to expose weaknesses in the prosecutor’s caseb. Creating reasonable doubt c. Strategy is effective in cases that essentially rely on the word of the defendant against the word of the victim ii. Other Defense Strategiesa. Defense can choose among a number of strategies to generate reasonable doubt in the jurors’ minds1. Present an alibi defense2. Present an affirmative defense i. Self-defense ii. Insanity iii. Duress iv. Entrapment2.  Defense is often willing to admit that a certain criminal act took place, especially if the defendant has already confessedF. Rebuttal and Surrebuttal i. After the defense closes its case, the prosecution is permitted to bring new evidence forward that was not used during its initial presentation to the jury through rebuttal ii. When the rebuttal stage is finished, the defense is given the opportunity to cross-examine the prosecution’s new witnesses and introduce new witnesses of its own as part of the surrebuttal G. Closing Arguments i. In their closing arguments, the attorneys summarize their presentation and argue one final time for their respective cases ii. All of the major points that support the government’s or the defense’s case, and emphasizes the shortcomings of the opposing party’s caseVIII. The Final Steps of the Trial and Postconviction ProceduresLearning Objective 8: Delineate circumstances in which the constitutional prohibition of double jeopardy does not always apply.A. After closing arguments, the outcome of the trial is in the hands of the juryB. Before jurors begin their deliberation, the judge gives the jury a charge, summing up the case and instructing the jurors on the rules of law that apply to the issues in the caseC. Jury Deliberation i. After receiving its charge, the jury begins its deliberations ii. Jury deliberation takes place in seclusion iii. In extreme cases, the judge will order the jury to be sequestered during the trial and deliberation stages of the proceedingsD. The Verdict i. Once the jury has reached a decision, the jury issues a verdict ii. The most common verdicts are guilty and not guilty iii. When a jury in a criminal trial is unable to agree on a unanimous verdict, it returns with no decision; this is a “hung jury”a. In some states, if there are only a few dissenters to the majority view, a judge can send the jury back to the jury room under a set of rules set forth in Allen v. United Statesb. The Allencharge asks jurors in the minority to reconsider the majority opinionE. Appeals i. Appeal is a process of seeking a higher court’s review of a lower court’s decision for the purpose of correcting or changing the lower court’s judgment ii. Any defendant who loses a case in a trial court cannot automatically appeal the convictiona. The defendant normally must first be able to show that the trial court acted improperly on a question of lawb. Common reasons for appeals include the introduction of tainted evidence by the prosecution, or faulty jury instructions delivered by the trial judge iii. Double Jeopardya. The appeals process is only available to the defenseb. Prosecution cannot appeal to have a decision reversed if the accused has been found not guilty, because it would infringe upon the defendant’s Fifth Amendment rightsc. The guarantee against being tried a second time for the same crime is known as protection from double jeopardy iv. The Appeal Process a. Two basic reasons for the appeals process include the following:1. To correct an error made during the initial trial2. To review policyb. Once the appeals process begins, the defendant is no longer presumed innocent1. The burden of proof has shifted, and the defendant is obligated to prove that his or her convictions should be overturned2. The method of filing an appeal differs slightly among the states and federal governmentc. Habeas Corpus 1. A judicial order that literally commands a corrections official to bring a prisoner before a federal court so that the court can hear the person’s claim that he or she is being held illegallyd. Writ of habeas differs from an appeal1. It can be filed only by someone who is imprisoned2. It can address only constitutional issues, not technical violationsF. Wrongful Convictions i. The appeals process is primarily concerned with “legal innocence.” ii. Appeals courts focus on how the law was applied in a case, rather than on the facts of the case. iii. wrongful convictions can be righted only with the aid of new evidence suggesting the defendant’s innocence:a. When such new evidence is uncovered, a prosecutor’s office can choose to reopen the case. Or, the defendant’s attorneys can use the habeas corpus procedure described above to restart court proceedings. Media Tool “The Wrongful Conviction of Alan Beaman” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RwbdZCdNbwk A short clip about wrongful convictions. Lecture NotesThe adversarial system of justice contains three basic features: a neutral decision maker (judge or jury), the presentation of evidence from both parties, and a highly structured set of procedures that must be used when evidence is presented. Chapter 8 introduces students to two of the central characters in the court process, the prosecutor and the defense attorney. Prosecutors often are seen as law enforcement agents. They have enormous discretionary power, including the discretion to determine which criminal cases will move forward to trial. Prosecutors also are elected officials, and therefore the obligation to please members of the community is ever-present. For this reason, some prosecutors will move forward only with cases they believe will end in conviction. On the other side of the process is the defense attorney. This individual is charged with representing the needs of the criminal defendant as he or she moves through the court process. Defense counsel is either privately obtained for a fee or appointed by the court. While many public defenders are excellent attorneys and dedicated representatives of their clients, there is a suggestion that public defense counsel may be less than desirable. Heavy caseloads and a lack of resources can impact the amount of preparation that goes into a criminal defense. Some believe that wealthy defendants, those who are able to hire private defense counsel, are actually purchasing their freedom. Ask students to discuss this concept in class. If they were to face criminal charges, what type of defense counsel would they prefer? Why? The pretrial process contains a number of important steps in the justice process. Defendants are brought before the court to hear the charges against them, may be given the opportunity to post bail, and are asked to enter a plea. Plea bargaining is common, indeed most cases never proceed to criminal trial. Prosecutors often engage in horizontal or vertical overcharging so that they have room to bargain in the plea bargaining process. A successful plea bargain spares both sides the expense of a criminal trial, and ensures the defendant will be convicted of criminal charges. This is an excellent topic for class discussion. Ask students to reflect on the goals of the court presented in Chapter 7, as well as the concept of justice. Does plea bargaining support those goals?  Does plea bargaining ensure justice, or does it circumvent the constitutional protections assured in a criminal trial? What would happen to our system if plea bargaining was eliminated?Key TermsAcquittal – a declaration following a trial that the individual accused of the crime isinnocent in the eyes of the law and thus is absolved of the charges. (p. 246)Allen Charge- an instruction by a judge to a deadlocked jury with only a few dissentersthat asks the jurors in the minority to reconsider the majority opinion. (p. 260)Appeal – the process of seeking a higher court’s review of a lower court’s decision forthe purpose of correcting or changing this decision. (p. 261)Arraignment- a court proceeding in which the suspect is formally charged with thecriminal offense stated in the indictment. (p. 241)Bail – the dollar amount or conditions set by the court to ensure that an individualaccused of a crime will appear for further criminal proceedings. (p. 233)Bail bond agent – a businessperson who agrees, for a fee, to pay the bail amount if theaccused fails to appear in court as ordered. (p. 236)Bench trial- a trial conducted without a jury, in which a judge makes the determinationof the defendant’s guilt or innocence. (p. 246)Boykin form – a form that must be completed by a defendant who pleads guilty Thedefendant states that she or he has done so voluntarily and with full comprehension of theconsequences. (p. 243)Case attrition- the process through which prosecutors, by deciding whether toprosecute each person arrested, effect an overall reduction in the number of persons prosecuted.(p. 238)Challenge for cause – a voir dire challenge for which an attorney states the reason why aprospective juror should not be included on the jury. (p. 249)Charge – the judge’s instructions to the jury following the attorneys’ closing arguments. (p. 259)Circumstantial evidence – indirect evidence that is offered to establish, by inference, thelikelihood of a fact that is in question. (p. 254)Closing arguments – arguments made by each side’s attorney after the cases for theplaintiff and defendant have been presented. (p. 258)Confrontation clause – the part of the Sixth Amendment that guarantees all defendantsthe right to confront witnesses testifying against them during the criminal trial. (p. 256)Cross-examination- the questioning of an opposing witness during trial. (p. 256)Direct evidence – evidence that establishes the existence of a fact that is in questionwithout relying on inference. (p. 254)Direct examination – The examination of a witness by the attorney who calls the witnessto the stand to testify. (p. 255)Discovery – formal investigation by each side prior to trial. (p. 237)Double jeopardy – to twice place at risk [jeopardize] a person’s life or liberty.  The FifthAmendment to the U.S. Constitution prohibits a second prosecution in the same court for the same criminal offense. (p. 261)Evidence – anything that is used to prove the existence or nonexistence of a fact. (p. 252)Expert witnesses – a witness with professional training or substantial experiencequalifying him or her to testify on a certain subject. (p. 253)Grand jury- the group of citizens called to decide whether probable cause exists tobelieve that a suspect committed the crime with which she or he has been charged. (p. 237)Habeas corpus – an order that requires correctional officials to bring an inmate before acourt or a judge and explain why he or she is being held in prison. (p. 262)Hearsay – an oral or written statement made by an out-of-court speaker that is lateroffered in court by a witness (not the speaker) concerning a matter before the court. Hearsayusually is not admissible as evidence. (p. 256)Hung jury – a jury whose members are so irreconcilably divided in their opinions thatthey cannot reach a verdict. (p. 260)Indictment – a charge or written accusation, issued by a grand jury, that probable causeexists to believe that a named person has committed a crime. (p. 237)Information- the formal charge against the accused issued by the prosecutor after apreliminary hearing has found probable cause. (p. 237)Initial appearance – an accused person’s first appearance before a judge or magistratefollowing arrest. (p. 233)Jury trial- a trial before a judge and a jury. (p. 246)Lay witnesses- a witness who can truthfully and accurately testify on a fact in questionwithout having specialized training or knowledge. (p. 253)Master jury list – the list of citizens in a court’s district from which a jury can beselected; compiled from voter-registration lists, driver’s license lists, and other sources. (p. 248)Nolo contendere – latin for “I will not contest it.”  A criminal defendant’s plea, in whichshe or he chooses not to challenge, or contest, the charges brought by the government. (p. 241)Opening statements – the attorneys’ statements to the jury at the beginning of the trial. (p. 252)Peremptory challenge – voir dire challenges to exclude potential jurors from serving onthe jury without any supporting reason or cause. (p. 249)Plea bargaining- the process by which the accused person and the prosecutor work outa mutually satisfactory conclusion to the case, subject to court approval. (p. 241)Preliminary hearing – an initial hearing in which a magistrate decides if there isprobable cause to believe that the defendant committed the crime with which he or she ischarged. (p. 236)Preventive detention – the retention of an accused person in custody due to fears that sheor he will commit a crime if released before trial. (p. 235)Property bond – an alternative to posting bail in cash, in which the defendant gainspretrial release by providing the court with property valued at the bail amount as assurance thatshe or he will return for trial. (p. 235)Real evidence- evidence that is brought into court and seen by the jury, as opposed toevidence that is described for a jury. (p. 254)Rebuttal – evidence given to counteract or disprove evidence presented by the opposingparty. (p. 258)Release on recognizance (ROR) – a judge’s order that releases an accused person fromjail with the understanding that he or she will return for further proceedings of his or her ownwill. (p. 235)Relevant evidence – evidence tending to make a fact in question more or less probablethan it would be without the evidence. Only relevant evidence is admissible in court. (p. 254)Statute of limitations – a law limiting the amount of time prosecutors have to bringcriminal charges against a suspect after the crime has occurred. (p. 246)Testimony – verbal evidence given by witnesses under oath. (p. 253)Venire – the group of citizens from which the jury for a particular trial is selected. (p. 248)Verdict – a formal decision made by the jury. (p. 260)Voir dire – the preliminary questions that the trial attorneys ask prospective jurors todetermine whether they are biased or have any connection with the defendant or a witness. (p. 249)Wrongful conviction – the conviction, either by verdict or by guilty plea, of a person who isfactually innocent of the charges. (p. 262)Assignments1. Read the article “Bail Schedules: A Violation of Judicial Discretion?”  published by the American Bar Association (ABA):  http://www.americanbar.org/content/dam/aba/publications/criminal_justice_magazine/cjsp11_bail.authcheckdam.pdfWrite a summary of the article and answer the question whether bail schedules are a violation of judicial discretion. If yes, why? If no, why not? (LO 1)2. Research the grand jury proceedings. Write a discussion paper about the following question. Consider the grand jury process in the context of the rights of the accused.  Is it fair that during the phase of a case where the prosecution must establish probable cause that a grand jury meets in secret to determine whether to issue an indictment?  Should grand juries sit in a closed (secret) session, or should the defendant have the right to be present, and the right to call witnesses?  Why or why not?  Why does the defendant have the right to be present at a preliminary hearing, but not at a grand jury? (LO 2)3. Watch the documentary “The Plea” on PBS Frontline (free content). Prepare a class presentation about the cases discussed in the documentary and the fairness of plea bargaining. (LO 4)4. Ask students to consider the concept of a jury of one’s peers. In a one-to-two page paper, ask students to discuss the similarities and dissimilarities between a person who is typically on trial in the U.S. for a criminal offense versus his or her peers in the jury box. Would peers selected from driver’s registrations be more or less similar to peers selected for venire from lists of registered voters? Why? (LO 6)5. Ask students to write a short, one page paper explaining how using hearsay during a hearing or trial violates an accused’s right to confront witnesses.  Make sure the paper includes an example of how such evidence might not be reliable.  Ask students to give an example as to how the use of hearsay might be permitted in a trial.  (LO 7)Answers To Critical Thinking Questions In The Text In practice, the constitutional right to a lawyer does not cover initial bail hearings. What are the disadvantages for an indigent defendant who is not represented by a lawyer at this point in the pretrial process?ANS: Defendants may be denied bail or receive a bail that is too high for them to pay, which will disadvantage him/her in the plea bargaining and trial process. Defendants who are in jail while awaiting trial have a lesser chance of a favorable outcome. Do you think that a prosecutor should offer a favorable plea bargain to a defendant who provides helpful information concerning a different defendant? What are the pros and cons of this practice?ANS: Prosecutors depend on cooperative witnesses for information. For instance, without cooperation of lower level members it can be very difficult to prosecute the people who are in charge of crime organizations, such as mafia or gangs. In order to get a testimony, prosecutors must offer something in exchange like a more lenient punishment or witness protection. At the same time it seems unfair that some defendants receive a lesser punishment or no punishment when victims may still suffer the consequences of the crime. During the trial of George Zimmerman (described in Chapter 3), a defense attorney joked, “Knock, knock. Who’s there? George Zimmerman. George Zimmerman who? All right, good, you’re on the jury.” Explain the point behind this attempt at courtroom humor.ANS: The attorney may have tried to show that it was not possible to find a juror who did not know about the case before the trial started. He was trying to prevent a prejudiced jury. The Martin case was highly publicized in all different types of news media. A prejudiced jury may be problematic for the defendant if they believe the defendant is guilty. In such cases defense attorneys can ask for a change of venue. This case was publicized nationwide, however. Why is the appeal process so important to the American criminal justice system? What would be some of the consequences if criminal defendants did not have the ability to appeal questionable convictions?ANS: The appeals process is important because it provides an opportunity to correct errors. For instance, if a defendant had incompetent counsel, then this may be corrected by an appellate court which can order a new trial.  Texas has a law called the Tim Cole Compensation Act, under which people who are wrongfully convicted of crimes may collect $80,000 from the state for each year of unwarranted imprisonment. Do you think this is fair? Why or why not? What are the goals of this kind of legislation?ANS: I think this law is fair. Even though most people who are incarcerated wrongfully would not actually earn $80,000 if they had not been convicted, this sum attempts to provide them with an honest opportunity of a new start. People who have been incarcerated have great difficulty finding a job because of the lack of skills. While in prison, society has developed, especially technology, and prisoners do not usually have the opportunity to acquire the skills necessary to start working right after release. They will need money and opportunities to get schooling or other training. In addition, the mental anguish of being wrongfully incarcerated often causes mental trauma, can lead to drug use while in prison, and other issues. The pain of being wrongfully incarcerated is substantial. They often need medical services and money for their retirement. $80,000 sounds like a lot of money, but by the time all of the costs have been paid, there may not be much left.

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Unit 3 Assignment: Supply and DemandName:            Course Number and Section: BU224–0XDate:                          General Instructions for all Assignments1. Unless specified differently by your course instructor, save this assignment template to your computer with the following file naming format: Course number_section number_Last_First_unit number 2.  At the top of the template, insert the appropriate information: Your Name, Course Number and Section, and the Date3. Insert your answers below, or in the appropriate space provided for in the question. Your answers should follow APA format with citations to your sources and, at the bottom of your last page, a list of references. Your answers should also be in Standard English with correct spelling, punctuation, grammar, and style (double spaced, in Times New Roman, 12–point, and black font). Respond to questions in a thorough manner, providing specific examples of concepts, topics, definitions, and other elements asked for in the questions. 4.  Upload the completed Assignment to the appropriate Dropbox.5. Any questions about the Assignment, or format questions, should be directed to your course instructor. Assignment
In this Assignment, you will demonstrate your understanding of the Production Possibility model, marginal opportunity costs, and the differences in marginal opportunity costs. Additionally, you will demonstrate a clear understanding of the crucial concept of supply and demand, and the impact on the original group caused by a change in demand.In this Assignment, you will be assessed on the following outcome:BU224-1: Examine how various supply and demand scenarios affect the way prices and quantities are set by market interactions in perfectly competitive markets.Questions  1. In ancient days a tribe of natives on the mythical continent of Atlantis was able to produce two commodities to eat. They could harvest fish from the sea and they could grow a form of wild oats. Table 1.a. and Graph 1.a. both show the maximum annual output combinations of fish and wild oats that could be produced by the natives of Atlantis. Table 1.a. Maximum annual output options Kilograms of fish Bushels of wild oats 1 7,000 0 2 6,000 300 3 5,000 500 4 4,000 625 5 3,000 710 6 2,000 775 7 1,000 825 8 0 850 a. Could the Atlantis tribe have produced 800 bushels of wild oats and 5,000 kilograms of fish at the same time? Explain your answer. Where would this point lie relative to the production possibility frontier?b. Using Table 1.a., what would have been the marginal opportunity cost of increasing the annual output of wild oats by 200 bushels, from 300 bushels up to 500 bushels?c. Using Table 1.a., what would have been the marginal opportunity cost of increasing the annual output of wild oats by 200 bushels, from 625 bushels up to 825 bushels?d. Why are the marginal opportunity costs for two similar batches of 200 bushels of wild oats not the same? Explain. What does this difference imply about the shape of the Atlantis tribe’s production possibility frontier curve?2. In the neighboring groups of New Yorkers and New Jersians, each produces only two products, bagels and calzones. By themselves, the New Yorkers, each day, can produce either 45 pounds of bagels and no calzones, or 30 pounds of calzones and no bagels, or any combination in between. The New Jersians, by themselves, each day, can produce 30 pounds of bagels and no calzones, or 28 pounds of calzones and no bagels, or any combination in between.  Diagram 1.a. shows the daily Production Possibility Frontier for the New Yorkers and Diagram 1.b. shows the daily Production Possibility Frontier for the New Jersians.  a. Examine diagram 1.a. showing the daily Production Possibility Frontier for the New Yorkers and diagram 1.b. showing the daily Production Possibility Frontier for the New Jersians.  Which group has the absolute advantage in bagels production?  Show your calculations and explain why.b. Examine diagram 1.a. showing the daily Production Possibility Frontier for the New Yorkers and diagram 1.b. showing the daily Production Possibility Frontier for the New Jersians.  Which group has the absolute advantage in calzones production?  Show your calculations and explain why.c. Examine diagram 1.a. showing the daily Production Possibility Frontier for the New Yorkers and diagram 1.b. showing the daily Production Possibility Frontier for the New Jersians.  Which group has the comparative advantage in calzones production?  Show your calculations and explain why.d. Examine diagram 1.a. showing the daily Production Possibility Frontier for the New Yorkers and diagram 1.b. showing the daily Production Possibility Frontier for the New Jersians.  Which group has the comparative advantage in bagels production?  Show your calculations and explain why.Later, the New Yorkers discover a new technology for making calzones that dramatically increases the quantity of calzones they can produce each day. Diagram 1.c. shows both the old and the new daily production possibility frontier for the New Yorkers. The New Yorkers, each day, can now produce either45pounds of bagels and no calzones, or 50 pounds of calzones and no bagels, or any combination in between. Diagram 1.c. shows both the old and the new daily Production Possibility Frontiers for the New Yorkers and Diagram 1.b. shows the unchanged daily Production Possibility Frontier for the New Jersians.e.  Examine diagram 1.c. showing both the old and the new daily Production Possibility Frontier for the New Yorkers and diagram 1.b. showing the daily Production Possibility Frontier for the New Jersians. Which group NOW has the absolute advantage in bagels production? Show your calculations and explain why.f.  Examine diagram 1.c. showing both old and the new daily Production Possibility Frontier for the New Yorkers and diagram 1.b. showing the daily Production Possibility Frontier for the New Jersians. Which group NOW has the absolute advantagein calzones production?  Show your calculations and explain why.g.  Examine diagram 1.c. showing both the old and the new daily Production Possibility Frontier for the New Yorkers and diagram 1.b. showing the daily Production Possibility Frontier for the New Jersians. Which group NOW has the comparative advantage in bagels production? Show your calculations and explain why this is important.         h.  Examine diagram 1.c. showing both old and the new daily Production Possibility Frontier for the New Yorkers and diagram 1.b. showing the daily Production Possibility Frontier for the New Jersians. Which group NOW has the comparative advantagein calzones production? Show your calculations and explain why this is important.3. Suppose that the supply schedule of Brazilian Coffee beans is as follows: Price of Brazilian Coffee beans (per pound) Quantity of Brazilian Coffee beans supplied (pounds) $4.00 6,000 $3.50 5,000 $3.00 4,000 $2.50 3,000 $2.00 2,000 Suppose that Brazilian Coffee beans can be sold only in Brazil. The domestic Brazilian demand schedule for Brazilian Coffee beans is as follows: Price of Brazilian Coffee beans (per pound) Brazilian Quantity of Brazilian Coffee beans demanded (pounds) $4.00 1,000 $3.50 2,500 $3.00 4,000 $2.50 5,000 $2.00 7,000 a. Below is the graph of the domestic Supply and Demand (Graph 2.a.) for Brazilian Coffee beans. From the supply and demand schedules above, what are the equilibrium price and quantity of Brazilian Coffee beans?Now suppose that Brazilian Coffee beans can also be sold in Canada. The Canadian demand schedule for Brazilian Coffee beans is as follows: Price of Brazilian Coffee beans (per pound) Canadian Quantity of Brazilian Coffee beans demanded (pounds) $4.00 1,000 $3.50 2,500 $3.00 3,000 $2.50 5,000 $2.00 5,500 b. Complete the following tableby inserting the total Brazilian Coffee beans demanded by both the Brazilians and Canadians at each price (the combined (total) demand schedule for Brazilian Coffee beans). Price of Brazilian Coffee beans Canadian Quantity of Brazilian Coffee beans demanded Brazilian Quantity of Brazilian Coffee beans demanded Total Brazilian Coffee Demanded (per pound) (pounds) (pounds) (pounds) $4.00 1,000 1,000 $3.50 2,500 2,500 $3.00 3,000 4,000 $2.50 5,000 5,000 $2.00 5,500 7,000 Below is the new Supply and Demand graph (Graph 2.b.) that illustrates the equilibrium price and quantity of Brazilian Coffee beans. c. From the supply schedule and the combined Canadian and Brazilian demand schedule, what will be the new price at which Brazilian coffee growers can sell Brazilian Coffee beans? d. With the Brazilian coffee growers selling to both the Canadians and the Brazilians, what price will be paid by Brazilian consumers? e. With the Brazilian coffee growers selling to both the Canadians and the Brazilians, what will be the quantity consumed by Brazilian consumers?——————————————–References:Unit 3 Assignment: Supply and Demand Grading Rubric Content Percent Possible Points Possible Full assignment 100% 80 Overall Writing: 20% 16 correct coversheet information at the top of 1st page 5% 4.00 APA format for answers 3% 2.40 correct citations 3% 2.40 standard English no errors 4% 3.20 At least ONE, or more, references 5% 4.00 Answers:  provides complete information demonstrating analysis and critical thinking: 80% 64 Individual Questions: 1. a. – Can this quantity be produced, where does point lie? 4% 3.20 1. b. – What is Opportunity Cost from 200 to 300? 4% 3.20 1. c. – What is Opportunity Cost from 625 to 825? 4% 3.20 1. d. – Why are b & c not the same, what shape of curve? 8% 6.40 2. a. – Initial Absolute Advantage – bagels 3% 2.40 2. b. – Initial Absolute Advantage – calzones 3% 2.40 2. c. – Initial  Comparative Advantage – calzones 5% 4.00 2. d. – Initial Comparative Advantage – bagels 5% 4.00 2. e. – New Absolute Advantage – bagels 3% 2.40 2. f. – New Absolute Advantage – calzones 3% 2.40 2. g. – New Comparative Advantage – bagels 5% 4.00 2. h. – New Comparative Advantage – calzones 5% 4.00 3. a. – What is equilibrium quantity and price? 1% 0.80 3. b. – What is new demand schedule? 5% 4.00 3. c. – What is new price? 6% 4.80 3. d. – What price will Brazilians pay? 8% 6.40 3. e. – What quantity will Brazilians buy? 8% 6.40 Sub-total for Individual Questions: 80% 64.00

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Remember-these have two parts: Discuss related theories to the case that you read about in this weeks’ reading assignment. Relate the theory/theoriesto your current practice.This case study introduces us to Mr. Duran who is a Diabetic. Mr. Duran has been told by his doctor that he must start administering insulin to control his diabetes. This creates problems for Mr. Duran who has limited vision and is very confused by the syringes and vials. Mr. Duran will have his wife administer the insulin, however, she speaks limited English and will also need instruction. Mr. Duran is also experiencing an added stressor of losing his daughter and taking on the care of his grandchild.The two theories addressed in this case study that relate to Mr. Duran include Neuman and Orem. Neuman’s theory focuses on relieving stress to promote optimal health and balance. Neuman’s theory addresses physiological data, psychological data, sociocultural data, developmental data, spiritual data, and stress. Relieving stress will help Mr. Duran cope with his recent loss, and focus on his health. Orem believed that to survive and thrive, human beings need constant interaction and communication. Orem developed the Self Care Deficit Model to help individuals reach their maximum self-care potential. Orem addresses education, self-care, prevention needs, environment, diet, support, and culture.Orem’s Self Care Deficit Model is applicable to Mr. Duran in his ability to manage his diabetes safely at home.The three parts of Orem’s theory that will help guide care for Mr. Duran include self-care, self-care deficit, and nursing systems. Mr. Duran’s deficits include his limited vision and his wife’s limited English. Self-care needs to be addressed are appropriate diet and insulin administration. The nursing system includes teaching Mr. Duran and his wife as well as any follow up. The nurse should set up a meeting with Mr. Duran and his wife to go over the correct administration of insulin, diet management, and discuss concerning symptoms related to hyper and hypoglycemia. The nurse should be fluent in Spanish or have a Spanish interpreter during teaching so that the Mr. Duran and his wife are clear on how to manage his diabetes. While discussing the plan with Mr. Duran and his wife the nurse can assess any visual or physical deficits that his wife may have that could further impair his ability to manage his diabetes effectively.Neuman states that stress directly affects the ability to maintain optimal health and stability . Mr. Duran has the stress of losing a child, raising a grand-child, and managing a new medication. Steps to relieve these stressors involve connecting Mr. Duran with a therapist, social worker, and home nursing assistance. A therapist could help Mr. Duran work through his emotions related to his loss as well as provide community resources and support groups. Social work would be beneficial in helping Mr. Duran care for a young child. Home nursing care could be used until Mr. Duran and his wife feel completely comfortable managing his Diabetes.In my current nursing practice, I deal with a situation similar to Mr. Duran and involves the concepts of both Neuman and Orem. I frequently admit patients that are in Diabetic Ketoacidosis. These patients require extensive teaching on how to manage their Diabetes.One specific case is a teenager who has been admitted multiple times for failure to comply with her insulin and dietregimen. The patient is rebellious and non-compliant to diet and insulin administration.To help this patient comply with care, multiple health care team members are required. Social work, nursing, and endocrinology work together to come up with an effective plan of care.Neuman’s theory of stress affecting care is evident in her lack of compliance. A major stressor that affects her diabetes management involves wanting to fit in with peers. To help manage this the social worker introduced the patient to other teens also managing diabetes. This helped with her feelings of being an outcast, and gave her an age appropriate outlet to vent her frustrations. Orem’s theory of self-care and prevention needs are addressed by the endocrinology team. Endocrinology spoke extensively with the parents on monitoring the patient until she can be trusted to manage her care independently. Endocrinology along with Social work and nursing developed a rewards system to help motivate the patient to be proactive in her care and reach her full self-care potential.

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Apply RubricsLegacy of the Progressive Era  1Unsatisfactory0.00%2Less than Satisfactory65.00%3Satisfactory75.00%4Good85.00%5Excellent100.00%75.0 %Content 10.0 %Create a Powerpoint presentation of 5-6 slides that evaluate how each of the following topics was influenced by the Progressive Movement and the lasting impact each had on American Society (100-125 words each topic in the slide notes) 1.Regulation of BusinessPresentation fails to evaluate how the Regulation of Business was influenced by the Progressive Movement and the lasting impact it had on American Society (including 100-125 words each topic in the slide notes).Presentation attempts to evaluate how the Regulation of Business was influenced by the Progressive Movement and the lasting impact it had on American Society (including 100-125 words each topic in the slide notes). Key elements are skimmed over and explanations are lacking depth of any kind.Presentation evaluates how the Regulation of Business was influenced by the Progressive Movement and the lasting impact it had on American Society (including 100-125 words each topic in the slide notes) with some level of depth; key elements are partially addressed. Explanation is limited and lacks some evidence to support claims. Demonstrates a minimal understanding of the topic.Presentation evaluates how the Regulation of Business was influenced by the Progressive Movement and the lasting impact it had on American Society (including 100-125 words each topic in the slide notes)with accurate details and evidence; key elements are addressed. Explanation digs deep into the topic and provides good analysis with some evidence to support claims.Presentation evaluates how the Regulation of Business was influenced by the Progressive Movement and the lasting impact it had on American Society (including 100-125 words each topic in the slide notes) with quality details and factual evidence; key elements are addressed. Explanation is comprehensive and insightful with relevant evidence to support claims. Demonstrates an exceptional understanding of topic.10.0 %2.Greater DemocracyPresentation fails to evaluate how Greater Democracy was influenced by the Progressive Movement and the lasting impact it had on American Society (including 100-125 words each topic in the slide notes).Presentation attempts to evaluate how Greater Democracy was influenced by the Progressive Movement and the lasting impact it had on American Society (including 100-125 words each topic in the slide notes). 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Key elements are skimmed over and explanations are lacking depth of any kind.Presentation evaluates Conservationism was influenced by the Progressive Movement and the lasting impact it had on American Society (including 100-125 words each topic in the slide notes) with some level of depth; key elements are partially addressed. Explanation is limited and lacks some evidence to support claims. Demonstrates a minimal understanding of the topic.Presentation evaluates how Conservationism was influenced by the Progressive Movement and the lasting impact it had on American Society (including 100-125 words each topic in the slide notes)with accurate details and evidence; key elements are addressed. Explanation digs deep into the topic and provides good analysis with some evidence to support claims.Presentation evaluates how Conservationism was influenced by the Progressive Movement and the lasting impact it had on American Society (including 100-125 words each topic in the slide notes) with quality details and factual evidence; key elements are addressed. Explanation is comprehensive and insightful with relevant evidence to support claims. Demonstrates an exceptional understanding of topic.10.0 %4. Rise of ProfessionalismPresentation fails to evaluate how the Rise of Professionalism was influenced by the Progressive Movement and the lasting impact it had on American Society (including 100-125 words each topic in the slide notes).Presentation attempts to evaluate how the Rise of Professionalism was influenced by the Progressive Movement and the lasting impact it had on American Society (including 100-125 words each topic in the slide notes). 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Explanation digs deep into the topic and provides good analysis with some evidence to support claims.Presentation evaluates how the Rise of Professionalism was influenced by the Progressive Movement and the lasting impact it had on American Society (including 100-125 words each topic in the slide notes) with quality details and factual evidence; key elements are addressed. Explanation is comprehensive and insightful with relevant evidence to support claims. Demonstrates an exceptional understanding of topic.10.0 %5. ProhibitionPresentation fails to evaluate how Prohibition was influenced by the Progressive Movement and the lasting impact it had on American Society (including 100-125 words each topic in the slide notes).Presentation attempts to evaluate how Prohibition was influenced by the Progressive Movement and the lasting impact it had on American Society (including 100-125 words each topic in the slide notes). 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Bede’s Ecclesiastical History of the English People

But Maxim Gorkey in his powerful writings has visualized a liberated society of the proletariats in Russia. The works of Tagore offer a comprehensive study of Indian society at large.In this context, it should be mentioned that not too many people who have studied English at an academic level can possibly be ignorant of the effect a certain Bede (usually referred to as the Venerable Bede) managed to have on the race. The Venerable Bede or Saint Bede was and is of particular importance to the English due to his much acclaimed and extremely famous book called ‘The Ecclesiastical History of the English People’ (or Historia ecclesiastica gentis Anglorum) which earned him the reverential title of The father of English History. Mouthful though that title is Bede himself was not burdened with that salutation for the most of his life.For the larger part of it, he remained an innocuous enough Benedictine Monk in Northumbria. Much of his childhood and the rest of his life he spent in the Monastery of St. Peter located in Monkwearmouth. Unfortunately, all we really know about Bede’s life today is from a small note he himself added at the end of his esteemed book Historia, wherein he describes exactly how he was brought to the aforementioned monastery at the age of 7, how he managed to become a deacon 12 years later and how 18 years after that he finally became a priest. (Lamb, 2004)In his own words, it can well be stated that Thus much concerning the ecclesiastical history of Britain, and especially of the race of the English, I, Baeda, a servant of Christ and a priest of the monastery of the blessed apostle’s St. Peter and St. Paul, which is at Wearmouth and at Jarrow (in Northumberland), have with the Lords help composed so far as I could gather it either from ancient documents or from the traditions of the elders, or from my own knowledge. (Monk Preston, 2005)

Ecological System

An ecosystem is an association of animals and plants with their surrounding non-living environment and all the interactions that each organism participates in. The term ecosystem was created in 1935 by Sir Arthur GeorgeTansley, an English ecologist, who said natural systems are constantly changing among their living and nonliving parts (Bennett 1997 p 15).The ecosystem concept is built around the flow of energy and all of its components, which is extremely important to know when dealing with biological community functions. A simple ecosystem works by first receiving energy from the sun that is trapped by the grass during a process known as photosynthesis. The grass is then eaten by a rabbit, which in turn is eaten by a hawk, which eventually dies. The energy originally contained in the photosynthetic products made by the grass goes through various stages where the body molecules of the original rabbit and the hawk become the heat energy lost from the animals and the decaying dead matter. That’s a brief description of how an ecosystem flow of energy is made (Condit et al 1996 p231). The ecosystem concept is very helpful as an organizing principle for the geographic study of the biosphere. There are many different scales at which this concept can be applied and there are endless magnitudes of ecosystems that one can study.The major complexes of ecosystems determined by a particular set of climatic conditions and comprising of a different set of organisms are known as biomes. Biomes are classified in various ways, however, the different types are best discussed under seven categories. Although biomes include associated animal life, they go by the name of the dominant vegetation and the physical conditions, since it is these two that influence the characteristic diversity of animal life and smaller plant forms (Biogeogr et al 2007 p 14).

Officiating Violence and Abuse

The unfortunate part of such tension-ridden moments is the use of abuse! It equally hurts the feelings of the referees and the spectators though are away from the actual scene, are not less vocal about hurling abuses at the referee. Print and electronic media may highlight such incidents through spicy reporting, which may lead to unpredictable consequences, sometimes affect the psyche of the Nations to which the teams belong!Rainey (1999) wrote, With only 2 minutes remaining in the 1996 English Rugby Football Union Cup championship match, referee Steve Lander awarded a penalty try to Bath because Leicester players had been repeatedly offside. Bath scored for a 16-15 victory. When the game ended, Leicester flanker Neil Back, angry about the controversial call, pushed Mr. Lander, who fell over a pile of players. The back was subsequently banned from play for 6 months.Hitting the goal may not get big publicity unless it is the decider and the match-winning goal. But a referee being assaulted gets lots of media coverage. It assumes the shape of a court trial, the actual incident, comments, arguments, and counter-arguments appear in newspapers and TV channels. If the contending teams are from two different nations, statements from politicians and experts of the game either soothe or flare up the tempers of the fans that follow the game. It is not unusual for the politicians from the ruling and opposition parties from the same Nation to give biased statements that suit their objectives.Alcohol consumption has been found to be the root cause of most of these troubles. In a survey conducted by Rainey (1994) the findings are startling. 11% of the 782 respondents had been assaulted in their careers. The assailants are players and coaches. In baseball and softball, 50% of the assaults are serious, like chocking, hitting with a bat or ball, and punching. Most of such culprits escapedThe reference and review of violence in sports have been made in an article, ‘Time and motion analysis of the AFL field umpire’ by Pamm Kellettl and David Shilburyl (2008). This pertains to Football League (AFL.) The authors have highlighted the important roles of referees in this organized sport. In this study, 22 umpires of professional and semi-professional Australian Rules football were interviewed to determine what they think of abusive behavior, and what they find to be rewarding about umpiring. Findings showed that umpires routinely reframe abuse, considering it to be a normal part of their role.