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Question 1140 Being a Supervisor

Write a one- to two-page summary that revisits some of your worst fears and best opportunities about being an effective supervisor now that you have completed this course.

If you’re a supervisor, how do you respond to the responsibilities of supervision? Is it a total move into the “them” camp? What have you learned about the next step toward understanding and applying principles of communication and collaborative relationships? Good luck on achieving your goals!

Question 1141 Summary of “Battle Royal”

5 page summary essay on the 10 page story “Battle Royal” by Ralph Ellison . double spaced, 12 font, MLA style Anybody familiar with this story? due tomorrow 12/05/17 by 3pm pacific time -Read through the story once, for pleasure.

Then re-read and mark the items that tell you something about the characters, their needs and their conflicts. Mark where the key events begin. Be sure that you include details of the setting, protagonist, antagonist, major conflict. Pick out and tell meaning of some important symbols. if you do research, be sure to cite your sources.

Question 1142 poem

You will include the image which inspired the poem. I would prefer if you included it as an embedded image within your posting and that it be sized no more than 2″ by 2″ and I’d like you to make one big posting which contains both images and both poems so as to make my grading easier.

Remember, if you’re struggling in finding an appropriate image, I suggest using this painting by Edward Hopper (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site., as it’s quite evocative, and it’s also fun to watch the different directions in which students take this painting.

You are required to post two appreciative responses to your peers as well. Praise and appreciation only, please. Have fun with this assignment.

Question 1143 English Language

https://1drv.ms/b/s!AkeCj1-drfw_nRjeo9EjyHM0QpS5 Click on this link for Chapter 4 above!!! MY TOPIC IS MANAGEMENT TRAINING TIMESROMAN 12FONT, DOUBLE SPACED I NEED 3 POWERPOINT SLIDES

1.Introduce your topic and summarize the meaning (Topic is Management Training)

2.Explain and provide examples of how the topic relates to everyday life

3.Explain and summarize how application of the topic could be beneficial to being highly effective PLEASE READ CHAPTER THAT’S PROVIDED IN ORDER TO DO MY 3 SLIDES ON MY TOPIC !!!!

Question 1144 Richard Cory

This is a combination assignment. It will encompass 75 points for the exploratory essay and 25 points for a list of reputable sources you are planning on using. With respect to the exploratory essay, answer this simple question in no more than 1 paragraph.

What are you planning on doing? Next, copy and paste any drafts or additional materials you’ve created thus far. Next, with respect to sources: You will submit a minimum of 9 sources, properly presented in MLA bibliographic fashion (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site..

These sources are not the primary texts (poems and stories) but deal with literary criticism (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. or provide insights into the historical context of the time. These sources should be reliable and appropriate (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. for a college-level assignment.

A few pointers: Do not cite another’s student’s essay as a source. Use keyword searches in creative and precise manners Use expert advice from librarians, either within class interactions or through a visit to the library “Own” the expert sources you’re using and don’t let them overpower you. Subordinate them appropriately to your aims in the essay and use them meaningfully and purposefully

Question 1145 English Language

I want to help me to correct my grammar for the answer thees question and writing academic word and put more sentence to complete for just 200 words. FOR QUESTION 5 I NEED YOU TO ANSWER IT IN YOUR OWN WORD. all these have to be your won word no work cited.

1-Which part of the writing process was easiest for you? the easiest part was when i was able to choose the topic. that make me essay to know what i m going to write and what the strength point i will to choose.

2. Which part of the writing process was the most difficult for you? the most difficult part was to develop clear ideas and arguments when it does not fit into my chosen topic.

3. What did you learn from your writing experience during this class? i learning how i can write and organize the thesis. that is the most important part in essay to shoe the reader what i am going to take about it.

4. In what ways have you learned to write more critically? i learned when writing essay i have to be clear display of my own and to recognize limitations in my own evidence.

5. How does this knowledge assist you with your education or in your workplace?

 

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Question 1146 The Best of “Love”

In an essay between 2-3 pages, i want you to write about which three works of literature ( Sleuth, Sure Thing, and Tell-Tale Heart) that you thought were the best example of “love” literature ( again, i mean love in all its endless possibilities).

As part of the introduction, you will want to define the type(s) of love you will talk about. You can find three works that you believe best exemplify romantic love or heartbreak , or you can define three different kinds of love and discuss the best example for each.

No matter what you pick, you want need to give strong an insightful reasons for your selection. You need to show me a deep understanding of each work. A bad reason for romance in Sure thing it should be to say something as Betty and Bill getting together at the end of the play .

You need to avoid comments that are self-evident. * this can be written in first person but it needs to be limited the word “I” only can be used around 6 times throughout the paper.* * citations are also required*. Sleuth (http://putlockers.fm/watch/Nx47Vovz-sleuth.html

Question 1147 English Language

Chronic Diseases Module Assignment In this assignment, you will discuss the ethical issues associated with cancer treatment among children. Although children (under age 18) are the ones with the illness and therefore the recipients of the treatment, the legal responsibility lies with the parent.

For this module assignment, read the six articles found below. Billy BestPreview the documentView in a new window Abraham CherixPreview the documentView in a new window Abraham Cherix 2Preview the documentView in a new window Daniel HauserPreview the documentView in a new window Daniel Hauser 2Preview the documentView in a new window Daniel Hauser EthicsPreview the documentView in a new window Of the three individuals profiled, select one person and write the following:

Paragraph 1: Identify the individual you have chosen to write your assignment about and write a short summary of the situation, based on the articles provided. Your summary should be approximately 4-5 sentences.

Paragraph 2: Explain your stance on whether or not you think the “right’ decision was made in the case of that individual (i.e., who gets to make the decision on whether or not a minor (under 18) receives treatment for cancer– the minor, parent, or court).

Paragraph 3: To conclude your assignment, clearly state what you feel the Policy should be regarding cancer treatment for minors (be specific as specific as possible).

Following your policy, describe why you feel this should be the policy, identifying and describing at least one ethical principle to explain and support your policy (Beneficence, Autonomy, Nonmaleficence, Justice, Fidelity & Veracity). Be sure that you clearly address each point above and elaborate on your answers. Your write-up should be at least 1 full page, but no more than 3 pages, using the formatting guidelines as follows:

1″margins, double-spaced, 12pt Times New Roman font. Please be sure to complete this assignment in paragraph form and use proper spelling and grammar.

Be sure your assignment is submitted as a Word document (.doc or .docx) or other compatible format (.rtf). Assignments submitted in other formats will be given a grade of zero. **Any information from the articles must be properly cited in the text and referenced at the end of your paper.

APA formatted in-text citations and references for each article are found HEREPreview the documentView in a new window. You must use these citations and references. To not cite and reference the articles is a violation of the academic integrity policy and will result in a grade of zero for the assignment and possible disciplinary action. This assignment is due: Wednesday, Dec 6, 2017 at 5:00pm Assignments must be submitted through Canvas, prior to the due date and time. Emailed submissions will not be read or graded.

Grading guide:

Paragraph 1: Individual chosen; summary of issue included. Maximum mark: 7

Paragraph 2: Stance explained (support or oppose the decision identified in the article(s); stance includes identification of a specific party (minor, parent, court) who should be responsible for the decision to receive cancer treatment. Maximum mark: 9

Paragraph 3: Policy clearly stated and described; reason for policy explained, ethical principle described/used. Maximum mark: 10 Formatting: Document is at least 1 page, but no more than 3 pages, with 1” margins, Times New Roman 12 pt font, double spaced, uploaded correctly (.doc, docx, or .rtf), on time and free of spelling/grammatical errors. Maximum mark: 4

Question 1148 Protection vs. Privacy

My topic is on whether ” surveillance cameras are protection or an invasion of privacy? ” My point view is that they are a way to protect our citizens/public from harm; however, it becomes an invasion or privacy when are used for something other than that. Such as putting the nearby residential homes, etc.

Question 1149 Application

Imagine you have written an article on the influence of religion on both the individual and society as a whole. You want this article to be published in the `Comment’ section of a well-known website ( https://www.theguardian.com/theguardian/mainsection/commentanddebate) and you therefore decide to write a letter of application to the editor in an attempt to get your text published. Your letter should be approximately 400 words long. Useful points

• Before you start you should read the advertisement closely so that you can adapt your application to the requirements of the job.

• You need to convince the editor to publish your article. What insights and thoughts in your article makes it stand out from the rest? Reason and argue for your standpoint.

• You should also do some research on the employer as this will show that you really are interested in them

• Keep the letter brief. You don’t need to give a lot of detail – focus on explaining clearly and concisely why you are suitable for the job.

Job applications are almost always written in formal English. So you should avoid inappropriate language such as slang or colloquialisms (e.g. use going to instead of gonna, and want to instead of wanna), as well as contractions of course (e.g. use I am instead of I’m, and it is instead of it’s).

• As with any formal letter, there are certain useful expressions that are always good to include in a job application, such as I am writing to apply for the post of … or I look forward to hearing from you.

• Begin your letter or e-mail Dear Mr/Mrs/Ms [Surname] if you know the person’s name – note that Ms is used for an unmarried woman. If you don’t know their name, start with Dear Sir or Madam. If you know the person’s name but are unsure if it is a man or a woman, it is also acceptable to write their name in full, for example Dear Chris Taylor (alternatively, you could call the employer and check).

• Keep your paragraphs short and informative, and structure your letter as follows:

1. Begin with the job title (which could also be put in the heading, as in the model answer here) and information on where you found the advert.

2. In the next paragraph you should explain your current situation: your place of work/study and how your current skills and responsibilities correspond to those requested in the advertisement. It can also be a good idea to say something about the employer/workplace that you are applying to, to show that you have done your research on them.

3. Continue by giving your reasons for wanting the job, making sure that these reasons are also of use to the employer.

4. In the final paragraph you should state when you are ready to start work.

5. Finish off your letter with an appropriate closing phrase such as Yours sincerely (if you know the person’s name) or Yours faithfully (if you don’t know their name), followed by your signature. If you are sending a letter rather than an e-mail, make sure you type your name underneath your signature.

6. When you have completed your letter, check your spelling, grammar and punctuation carefully. Some employers routinely discard job applications that contain these sorts of mistakes.

Question 1150 Respond to the posts

respond to the posts of two classmates. Response posts must be at least 100 words. You must have at least 2 substantive posts. To help develop your post you can ask a question, add an example, or develop what your classmate has said in some way with pertinent follow-up thoughts or questions about the topic. 1- The easiest part of the writing process was reading other students discussions and replying to them.

It got really interested offering my view on their posts on whether I agree or not. The positive criticism that I received from other students as well as the instructor helped shaped my writing from one week to another.

However it was not all fan and easy as there are areas when the writing became difficult. Writing the essays was quite challenging for me as information proved to be scarce on some of those topics. It also took a lot of time which I felt could have been of better use in tackling more discussions questions. My experience in this class has taught me a number of lessons.

I believe I am a better writer now than I was before. I am able to think critically about issues this is due to the fact that writing has taught me to think far and wide as well as brainstorming of ideas to find solutions. I have learnt to discuss and give opinions. I am able to explain my work more to give the reader a clear picture of what I am writing about. I believe the knowledge gained will be of great use in my education.

I will understand questions better and hence be able to solve them correctly. 2- Writing skill is considered very important these days whether academically or professionally. Thus, I got admission in Composition 1 course and tried my best to follow the instructions of my instructor to get better results in my future. The part of writing which was easiest for me, it was either short discussions or personal narratives. I found easy writing them and personally I loved short tasks and also feel pleasure in telling about myself.

The tasks which took too much time always put me in trouble and that was the case with the essays. Essay writing is a good activity by difficult to handle technically. There are so many things to handle carefully. During this course, I learned so many things. It improved vocabulary and grammatical structure. In essay writing, I learned how to jot down different facts in an arranged manner and how to connect one idea with another.

If I see the writing of my initial days and now at this level, when the course is about to end, there is a huge difference. Now, at this level, I can remove my errors and can recheck my writings critically. I hope in future, the knowledge I gained during this course would be a plus point and will make things easy for me in both sectors of life whether education or my job. AND THIS QUESTION JUST THREE SENTENCE How do you differentiate between facts and opinions in writing?

Question 1151 vocabulary journal

i need 50 appropriate unique words To do a vocabulary journal, include the following: Word: part of speech; definition; translation (optional); citation of where you encountered it; sentence where you encountered it; new sentence written by you using the word correctly

Question 1152 The House of Bernarda Alba

1)The House of Bernarda Alba 2) The Zoo zoo story What makes these plays especially interesting, beautiful, powerful, unique, memorable, and so on?

how do the play represent, summarize, symbolize, point to?

how do they compare and contrast?

YOU HAVE TO READ THIS Mike Gonzalez, “Federico Garcia Lorca” in the National Theater of Scotland’s The House of Bernarda Alba Resource Pack, pp. 12-15: https://www.nationaltheatrescotland.com/content/mediaassets/pdf/ The_House_of_Bernarda_Alba_resource_pack.pdf

https://glenallsopxeidosnapoli.com/the-house-of-bernarda-alba-script.html Federico Garcia Lorca, The House of Bernarda Alba, Act III:

http://www.poetryintranslation.com/PITBR/Spanish/AlbaActIII.htm Karen Glass, “SHU, ‘The House of Bernarda Alba’” page of the Scenic Design Blog of Karen A. Glass: http://bernardashouse.blogspot.com Purdue Online Writing Lab, “Literary Terms”: pp. 25-35 of Words on Plays: Edward Albee’s At Home at the Zoo: http://www.act-sf.org/content/dam/act/education_department/words_on_plays/Edward %20Albee’s%20At%20Home%20at%20the%20Zoo%20Words%20on%20Plays%20(2009).pdf Edward Albee, The Zoo Story: https://scholarblogs.emory.edu/thea100fullerton/files/2014/04/The-Zoo-Story-SCRIPT.pdf “Post-Structuralism and Deconstruction” and “Postmodernism” in Introduction to Modern

Question 1153 English Language

I’d like you to pick any piece–as short as a poem or as long as a play–from the syllabus that you haven’t already written about and apply three types of literary theory to it.

Then, I’d like you to indicate which of the three, or which parts of the three, you “really” agree with–or, put another way, represent what you’ve decided you actually think about this text. Alice Walker, “I Said to Poetry”: http://www.blueridgejournal.com/poems/aw-isaid.htm

Question 1154 To His Coy Mistress

Read Andrew Marvell’s “To His Coy Mistress” on page 977 and respond to the following questions in your journal: Can you identify the argument being presented within each stanza? What is the attitude of the speaker?Many critics think that no woman could possibly be charmed by the speaker.

Why?

Can you think of any scenarios where a woman might be charmed?

If not, why?

Do you like the speaker?

Why, or why not?

Do you think he’s a “nice guy?”

If so, what makes you think that he’s nice?

If not, what makes you think so?

Who is “in charge” in the poem, the speaker or the mistress?

You can imagine scenarios for both sides of the argument. We suggest that Marvell left his characters anonymous to make them timeless, to allow us to fill them in however we choose.

Can you think of any other reasons Marvell might have left out the names and personal details?

Read John Donne’s “The Flea,” pg. 937 and respond to the following questions in your journal: Can you identify the argument being presented within each stanza?

What is the attitude of the speaker?

The woman?

Does Donne’s argument about the  of his seduction pass muster?

What are the steps in this argument and where, if ever, does it break down?

If the flea could respond to the speaker, what would it say?

Would it be on the speaker’s side?

Would it brag about its conquest?

Would it defend the lady’s honor?

As an exercise, try writing “The Flea’s Side of the Story.”What does the woman have to gain, or lose, if she gives in to the speaker?

What do you think their previous relationship has been like?

The poem ends before the woman can give a final response. How do you think she’d respond to the speaker’s final argument?

How do you feel about the flea by the end of the poem?

Does Donne succeed in humanizing it?

Would you still kill the next flea that lands on you?

What is the boldest pickup approach you have ever heard?

Did it work?

Read Charles Baudelaire’s “The Carcass,” (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.and respond to the following questions in your journal: How does the poem represent anti-Petrarchan notions?

Question 1155 Persepolis – Analysis

Use p70 – 72 of the book Persepolis to indicate how Satrapi shows us the impact of all the events up to this point in the book.

In particular how does it reflect a turning point in her life? Use PEEL 500-600 words Think about: Her views on religion/politics The execution of her hero The start of the Iran-Iraq war.

Question 1156 Creative Project: Publishing a New Tale

Required Minimum Length: 1,000 words Required Formatting and Documentation Style: MLA Required Number of Sources: N/A Value: 15%, scored out of 150 points Final Draft Due: 12/10 by 11:59pm, submitted via Blackboard For your final writing project, I want you to apply your knowledge of fairy tales to write your own version of the tale you have spent the semester studying. You are very familiar with these tales specifically, as well as what is required of and distinctive about fairy tales more generally.

Apply what you know to draft a 1,000-1,500 word tale. Your tale must include the following: Appropriate, Creative Title Some dialogue Must be properly formatted (408-413 NFGW) Characters (Dramatis Personae) appropriate to the tale Setting appropriate to the tale (though you are free to update for a contemporary audience) Level of detail/description appropriate to the genre (so, you know, not much) Aside from this, there are no instructions.

Entertain me! You will work on this for two weeks of the class. You should not wait until the last minute to begin. This is the one project for which we do not have a scheduled peer review session; you are still free to share your work with other students, family, friends, and writing tutors.

I cannot review drafts. As stated in the syllabus, the rapid pace of this course does not allow for revision of major writing projects once they have been submitted. You need to give me your best work. Late work is subject to a penalty defined in the syllabus; incomplete work will not be graded and will receive a score of zero.

Question 1157 English Language

Your final exam is to create a substantial MLA works cited page. Look online for reliable sources of information for the following topics: President Trump’s Childhood — How Chewing Gum Is Made — The Origins of Levi’s Jeans — Early Computers — Who Invented the Barbie Doll Identify three (3) good sources of information for each of the topics listed above.

Then, create properly formatted MLA works-cited entries for all three sources. There are 5 topics + 3 works-cited entries for each = 15 total works-cited entries. Next, alphabetize all 15 entries and place them on a properly formatted MLA works cited page. (Not 5 different works cited pages–put them all on a single document, which may be longer than one page long.)

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Question 1158  Sincerely Yours

A Thank You Letter to my mom 3 paragraphs (1&a half-2 pages); a letter to effortlessly write to someone that you’re thankful for

1st Paragraph (Facting): Present the facts that are irrefutable; say it without stating clearly; no style, no tone; leave out adjectives and adverbs

2nd Paragraph ( Interpreting): Share how each one of these things affected you mentally, physically, emotionally; for ex: it made me…. etc; avoid using “you”; “When this happened, it caused…”; whatever you say here has to connect to the facts in 1st paragraph

3rd Paragraph (Delivery): no restrictions; say anything; moments to express freely; now it matters what you say; you’re actually got that person attention; say whatever.

Question 1159  Resume help update a make look great

need help updating and formulating my resume to make it current ; the last time i revised it was in 2016. since then I’ve had two new jobs that i need help adding and basically just making it look professional and ready to send out to future employers.

Im not so great at using word or other programs to make the resume look good! some information to add: I had been working with A company called Aegis Living as a Life Enrichment Assistant at Aegis of Madison in Seattle, WA from September 2016-May 2017.

I mainly worked a full 40 hour weeks on The Lifes Neighborhood Floor where I developed programs for the later stages of Dementia Care residents that included hour long chorus groups where I would sing and play guitar with the residents to old time favorite songs that they knew.

I would create exercise programs to worked on physical domains, I would do One on one therapy sessions with the residents, I would do an array of activities that included wheel chair bowling, arts and crafts, bingo, trivia and other word games, documentaries, run church sing alongs on sunday, help organize ou

tside entertainment that would come in that included preschool children coming into to play with the residents, religious groups coming to provide services, as well as musical acts that would come into the community. i would help with bus trips where i would accompany residents on the trips, I would create programs that accompanied all the holidays that would happen as well as organize birthday celebrations and anything needed for that.

Proud to have no deaths while being clocked in for 9 months while working with a population! basically just need help formulating all this in a resume format that is concise and looks good.

Currently I have been working as an independent contractor for this company called Wag! where I do Pet Boarding, Sitting, and Walking from June 2017- Current. I have an overall rating of 10/10 stars from over 100 reviews from continuing clients! I basically take care of peoples dogs and sometimes cats when they are away or just needing some assistance.

I additionally have been employed with the company Rover as well but am just setting that up. I am looking to apply for possibly a director position in recreational therapy or life enrichment or something similar to that! thanks so much for the help. Curtis Knopf was my Life Enrichment Director for the life enrichment positon that you can use for the reference and his number is please leave space for email; can’t seem to find it at the moment.

Question 1160 International English Language Testing System

1) IELTS online exam to test students what level they are on. In order to determine what level they are on and how much help they need? 2) a test to test students what level of English are on and to ensure that students are placed with other students of similar English ability.

Question 1162 English Language

Choose one Super Bowl 2017 commercial to analyze. Describe and explain its effectiveness or ineffectiveness. Consider the following questions: Who is the advertiser? What is the commercial’s purpose?

How was the commercial designed? What was the commercial focusing on *(ethos, pathos, and/or logos)? Do you think the advertiser fulfilled its objective? Do you think people would buy the item being promoted?

In other words, was the commercial “successful”? Please write at least 200 words. *Ethos: ethical appeal *Pathos: emotional appeal *Logos: logical appeal

Question 1163 genetically modified

reading response #1 discussion 3 3 unread replies. 4 4 replies. “…Coffee is an elegantly-written, even witty book, so wide in scope, so rich in detail, so thought-provoking in the subtle way it develops its central thesis, that it is a challenge to do justice to it…” –Scottish Sunday Herald Summarize, briefly, Antony Wild’s preface, prologue, and first two chapters.

Then consider the quote (above) which refers to “the subtle way [the book] develops its central thesis.” Can you tell by chapter one, page one, what Wild’s central thesis is? What do you think it is? Then, choose one sentence or short passage from Wild’s book so far which tells you something about the research process.

Discuss how that passage shows you the way research has contributed to Wild’s writing. How do you think research works for him? Finally, consider the years that have passed since Wild’s book was published. Choose one of the following issues (below) mentioned in chapter one and see if you can find an update for that particular issue.

First explain what has changed (or not) in the last 15 years, and then cite the source of your update.  in the coffee industry since 2002 global revenues for coffee sales since 2002 status of the coffee futures market since 2002 status of “fair trade,” “eco-friendly,” or “genetically modified” coffee practices (at Starbucks perhaps) since 2002

Question 1164 Source SUmmary

you will brainstorm 5 research questions which can lead to a potential thesis, and summarize credible sources. * This week’s Topic Selection & Source Summary assignment based on a source from the Course Theme Reading List has 4 sections.

Each section should be at least one full paragraph in length:

1. Topic Selection & 5 Research questions: The selected issues and multiple sides of the debate are described in a well-organized paragraph. Five specific research questions are developed that explore key themes of the topic.

2. Research Summary: Two academic sources are summarized. Summaries include key arguments, subtopics, and major examples to help develop understanding of the topic.

3. Purpose and Audience: There is a clear purpose that outlines the objectives of the project. The audience, shared values, and anticipated gaps in understanding are considered and underscored to focus the overall approach to the project topic.

4. Focus and Preliminary Thesis: A preliminary thesis that includes a clear point of view and suggest a trajectory for the project is presented for review. When you decide on a topic and source from the Course Reading Theme List, read the source carefully, noting the thesis, topic sentences, headings, supporting details, and the conclusion. Make sure to cite your sources.

*Reading: The week 2 reading includes chapters 22 and 26 of Writing Today (2nd Ed.), as well as the source chosen from the Course Theme Reading List. Useful FILES handouts:

• Course Theme Reading ListPreview the documentView in a new window

• Week 2 Topic Selection and Academic Source SummaryPreview the documentView in a new window – ‘Supplemental Materials’

• Week 2 Grading Rubric Week 2 Topic Selection & Source SummaryPreview the documentView in a new window – under ‘Rubrics

Question 1165 On the Pulse of Morning

ead Maya Angelou’s “On the Pulse of Morning” located under “Modules” as well as watch the YouTube video of her reciting the poem at Bill Clinton’s inauguration speech.

The link of her poem is called “Inaugural Poem” because she spoke the poem at Bill Clinton’s inauguration. Here is the link to the poem: https://poetry.eserver.org/angelou (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. Maya Angelou’s Poem “On the Pulse of Morning” (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. Maya Angelou’s Poem “On the Pulse of Morning” Then, read the PDF on how to analyze a poem: https://www.vaniercollege.qc.ca/tlc/tipsheets/reading-and-analyzing/how-to-analyze-a-poem.pdf (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.

Write your own interpretation of the poem with at least 250 words by identifying one approach from the Critical Approaches to Literature handout to help with your analysis found under this week’s reading module: Week 2: Tuesday, January 9th – Saturday, January 13th Readings and Instructions. Please include analysis from the text of the poem as well as the performance of the poem being spoken by Maya Angelou. You are more than welcome to focus on a specific stanza in the poem or a certain section. You do not need to analyze the entire poem.

Question 1166 Reaction Paper

I need a one page reaction paper on how it felt to stand up in front of my classmates and talk about something you believe in and being attacked/criticised by other people /debaters. (This is something we did in class) .

I have class tomorrow at 8 am its 11pm now. Just one paper very simple, please good writing skills articulate to give some imagery of how it felt.

Question 1167 Summary + Analysis

PLEASE READ ALL DIRECTIONS !!!! PROMPT: Compose a 2-4 page Summary+Analysis in which you summarize and discuss the major and important concepts and details of Mary Pipher’s “Introduction” in her text Writing to Change the World.

Include a scratch outline of the chapter (bullet points OR use the formal roman numerals technique, no more than 2 pages) and a works cited page. WHAT IS A SUMMARY+ANALYSIS? A Summary-Analysis essay extends the essay after the summary portion to include the writer’s thoughts about the text that the writer is representing.

An analysis is breaking a large topic into smaller pieces to better understand the subject. In a summary-analysis, after you tell the reader about the main viewpoints of the author/original text, you then examine the structure and the details of the writing to form an analysis of the “how” and “what” of the text. Your job is to break the text into smaller parts in order to understand it better. In a summary analysis, you are still not expressing your opinion about the subject discussed in the original text; instead, you are examining the text

as a reader, looking at how the writer put the text together, what the parts of the text are made up of, and how these parts come together to share a larger idea. You can only give your opinion on how well the author did in using the tools of a writer to convince the reader of the validity of the writer’s original idea.

The first paragraph or two should be the introductory paragraph and it should include the title of the original text, author’s name, and publication details. You should then offer a summary of the original text and can also the reader some background information on the subject being discussed in the writing and then give the thesis statement of the paper. In your analysis paragraphs, you should address what is the main argument that the author is making and how well do they support the argument.

The other factor to address is how reliable are the sources the author is using, and the authority that the author cites to make their argument strong. Additionally, an analysis paper can also include the strengths and weaknesses of the paper and how they affect the argument being made by the author. You should also examine the tools like statistics, examples or citing of an authority to analyze the author’s reasoning for writing the paper, and even style. The other points one could address in their analysis paper are does the author address the opposition’s view point and does he/she attempts to refute it.

Many instructors do not want you to express your opinion about the subject discussed in the paper. You can only give your opinion on how well the author did to convince the reader. [1] PARAMETERS: Summaries should be 1-2 paragraphs, approximately 1-2 pages (or about 500-750 words) and then move into an analysis portion (NOT a separate essay but part of the whole essay) that examines at least 2 or 3 criteria (use of research sources, strength of argument, etc.) with examples cited from the original text (about 1-2 pages more for a total of about 5-10 paragraphs or 2-4 pages for this essay).

The Works Cited is an Additional page Include a Works Cited page that lists the introduction citation in correct MLA format as “Chapter from a book” (See MLA Tab in Writer’s Reference Handbook) and also include a formal outline of the text being summary-analyzed.

Essays should be free of major grammatical errors and imprecisions in language usage and sentence fluidity.Essays should be in MLA Paper format (Typed, 12 point Times New Roman font, double spaced, with pagination and proper header and heading – See MLA Tab in Writer’s Reference). Summary portions should demonstrate your understanding of the text selection and key ideas of the text. They should be a condensed version of the original (about ½ the size of the original) and should present the material in a neutral fashion, without opinion. Analysis should demonstrate your ability to closely read and examine the parts of a text in order to determine the success of a text.

Summary-analyses should include quoted material from the text in the analysis portion as supporting evidence for your analysis findings. INSTRUCTION FOR WRITING ANALYSIS ESSAYS: Review the A tab in Writer’s Reference, specifically “Reading Actively” “Outlining a text to identify main ideas” “Summarizing to deepen your understanding” “Analyzing to demonstrate your critical thinking” and “Writing Guide: Analysis Essay” Consider the following: Writing a textual analysis is not writing how you feel about a text’s topic, and it’s not writing whether you agree with the argument presented in the text.

In fact, you can write a textual analysis about a text that deals with a topic you know little about or disagree with entirely. When you write a textual analysis, you are writing to tell readers whether or not a text’s author effectively presents an argument. You will decide how effectively an author presents his or her argument by examining the techniques the author uses, explaining which ones work (or not) and why. To do this, you must first think about how these techniques affect the author’s intended audience and how they help to achieve the author’s intended purpose.

Your analysis will be an explanation of how the author reaches that audience and achieves that purpose (or not). In short, analysis involves thinking critically about how a text works (or doesn’t) and why, and then communicating that clearly. Key Features[2] Based on Richard Bullock, The Norton Field Guide (NY: Norton, 2006), p.50 Summary of the text: Depending on how well known the text you are analyzing is, you will most likely need to provide a brief summary of it. Attention to Context: Texts often exist as part of an ongoing conversation or as a response to particular events.

Keep this in mind when analyzing a text; think about how those conversations or events influenced the author’s decisions about the text or how they influence the way the intended audience will feel about its message. Clear Interpretation or Judgment: This can be achieved through a clear thesis statement placed near the beginning of your paper that includes your interpretation of what you think the text means or what its intended purpose was, how well this message is communicated, and how the author does (or doesn’t) communicate it. Support for Your Conclusions:

Because there is rarely just one way to interpret a text, examples of techniques and patterns from the text are good ways to support your claims. Useful Questions to Ask Yourself When Putting Together Your Analysis: Is everything in this text clear to me (including words, expressions, references)? What is the author’s purpose/audience for this text?

How do I know that? What techniques does the author use to get his/her point across? For example, does the author quote or refer to credible sources, appeal to the audience’s emotions, organize the argument in a particular way, include graphics? Do I have a clearly stated thesis? Do I provide sufficient evidence for my claims? Are my readers likely to be familiar with the text I’m analyzing? What do I know or how do I feel about this topic/author? How will that influence my analysis?

Question 1168 Hamlet creative project

Rewrite Hamlet’s “to be or not to be” speech, and put in a different verb. For instance “to diet or not to diet,” “to study or not to study,” “to marry,” “to buy,” etc. and alter he details of the soliloquy to fit your new first line. Your speech should be at least one full double-spaced, typed page (font size = 12)

Question 1169 Curriculum Approach in Language Teaching: Forward, Central, and Backward Design

This is a reflection paper about an article I will attach….Reflection Papers (2-3 pages each, double spaced, APA format) delve into, expand on, relate to, reflect on or otherwise offer insight into or question a point or issue that catches your attention.

You can write an interpretation, a critique, an expansion, or any other method of discussion. The only requirements are that you refer to the relevant passage(s), focus on one topic or theme, write coherently and proofread your paper.

Question 1170 Parent Questionaire

Parent Questionnaire Please respond to the following questions. Be funny; be serious; be honest; be proud. The more we know, the better able we will be to help guide your son or daughter through the college application process. Keep in mind that we have teacher reports, advisor letters and grades on file. We hope you will share your responses with your child.

However, if there is information that you wish to remain confidential, please so note. If you wish to use more space than provided, please feel free to add separate sheets of paper. We encourage you to keep a copy of your responses for future reference.

Thank you. * = required question Please save your answers periodically if you need longer than one hour to complete this form. Your session will expire after one hour if you have not changed the page.

*1. What words or phrases first come to mind to describe your child? Is there an anecdote you can share that may illustrate these words or phrases most?

*2. What do you consider to be your child’s most outstanding accomplishment(s) during the past three years?

*3. Have there been any turning points in your child’s development or education? Explain why you view them as such.

*4. What have been the best and worst aspects of your child’s experiences at North Shore?

*5. What kind of a young adult do you want your child to be?

*6. At present what do you see as your child’s greatest strengths? (Both Academic and Personal)

*7. Weaknesses that could be worked on? (Academic and Personal)

*8. Who are your child’s closest friends? What do they gain from each of these relationships?

*9. Which teachers since ninth grade has your child been closest to? For what reasons?

*10. What do you think your child will major in?

*11. Career(s) you think your child might eventually pursue:

*12. What are your hopes and expectations for your child after North Shore? Include college hopes/expectations as well as other experiences which might be possible between graduation from North Shore and college or during college years.

*13. Names and ages (and college, if applicable) of all children:

14. Please describe the nature of your child’s relationship with their father:

15. Please describe the nature of your child’s relationship with their mother

Question 1171 Where are you going where are you been

his story is filled with symbols that suggest different ways to interpret Arnold, Connie, and their encounter. Choose one symbol from the story and discuss what it might represent. Remember that there are no wrong ideas as long as you can support them with evidence from the story. Your post should be about one paragraph long.

Question 1172  Art of Seeing Photo

Possible reflection/discussion points: 1. Why does this image celebrate rarely photographed or noticed elements of life? 2. How did this exercise elevate your appreciation for everyday life encounters? 3. What did you take into consideration when taking this phtograph? answer each one of the 3 question as paragraph 5-6 sentence

Question 1173 Elevator pitch

Assignment Fayetteville State University holds career fairs each semester. Imagine that you will be attending the career fair with hundreds of other job seekers.

You will meet representatives of many companies. At his networking event, you will meet representatives of many companies and will have only a couple minutes give your elevator pitch.

Write an elevator pitch that highlights your accomplishments, conveys your enthusiasm about the opportunity, and makes a request, such as how to contact the hiring manager, find out about future job openings, or schedule an information interview.

Your elevator pitch should be around 200 words. Background Reading How to Craft a Killer Elevator Pitch and Handout 60 Second Commercial Worksheet Elevator Pitch Infographic

Question 1174 The Style Analysis

For this paper, you will imitate the writing conventions of your chosen publication. Before you can do this, you obviously have to fully understand those conventions: the style of writing being employed, the rhetorical choices being made, and the topics being covered.

These stylistic and rhetorical conventions will vary from the academic journal to the professional magazine. In order to make an informed decision about which type of publication you will write the article for, you will formally compare the two in a Style Analysis Paper.

To begin, you will review the common writing styles and conventions evident in both publications. Then, you will make a claim regarding the similarities and the differences in their styles; this claim will be the thesis for your Style Analysis Paper. You will support your claim with a thorough analysis of each publication’s style with examples and evidence drawn from multiple articles from both the academic journal and the professional magazine.

The Minimum Requirements for the Style Analysis Paper · You are required to write at least 5 full pages (though it will more than likely be a bit longer than that). You may not write over 7 full pages for this assignment. · You are required to select both one academic journal AND one professional magazine from your discipline to analyze.

TOPIC CRIMINAL JUSTICE/LAW ENFORCEMENT · You are required to read at least 3 articles from each of the 2 publications you’ve selected (for a total of 6 articles) and use specific examples from these articles to support your analysis of the publications’ writing styles and conventions.

These 6 articles will count as the 6 required sources for this paper; if you want to use additional sources, however, you are free to do so. Check the course calendar at the end of the syllabus for details about workshops and due dates! Required Outline

I. Introduction a. Be sure to introduce both publications in your introduction. Name the publication and briefly summarize the purpose of the publication – you may have to research this and cite your sources.

Do not name all of the articles you will be using to back up your claims as to style. b. Conclude this section with your claim about their typical writing styles. II. The Academic Journal section

a. Write your body paragraphs wherein you analyze specific stylistic features (at least 3- 4 specific features should be analyzed, each in its own well-developed paragraph)

b. Be sure to explain how those stylistic features are appropriate for the publication’s intended audience (discourse community). What effects do you think these stylistic features have on readers and why? How do these style choices support the purpose of this publication?

III. The Professional Magazine section a. Write your body paragraphs wherein you analyze specific stylistic features (at least 3- 4 specific features should be analyzed, each in its own well-developed paragraph) b. Be sure to explain how those stylistic features are appropriate for the publication’s intended audience (discourse community).

What effects do you think these stylistic features have on readers and why? How do these style choices support the purpose of this publication?

IV. Conclusion a. This may include final reflections on the two publications’ styles, their similarities and their differences b. Be sure to also make some conclusions about which type of style you’d prefer practicing/imitating further as you write the WID paper later in the semester.

Do you think it would be more beneficial for you to practice writing as a professional in your field for an academic journal or for a professional magazine?

Question 1175 Job/Internship Application Cover Letter

Imagine that you are applying for an internship or entry-level job in your chosen career field. Write a cover letter to accompany your application for the position. Use your real job career aspirations and actual qualifications as the basis for your letter.

Highlight employment, volunteer and extracurricular experiences, as well as key achievements matched to the position.

Question 1176 English naysayer assignment

Guidelines: For this individual writing assignment, you will draw on work that you have already posted in the Week 3 Discussion forum. Please use the headers Part 1 and Part 2 in the response you submit here.

Part 1: Expand on the passage you composed in response to Exercise #1 on page 90 (Ch 6 in G&B) for Prompt # 2 on the Week 3 Discussion forum. First, develop the response you posted on the Week 3 Discussion Forum for Exercise #1 on p 90 (Ch 6 in G&B text) more fully by

1) citing a source that backs up the naysayer response you added to the Schlosser passage (this will likely entail some quick online research on your part) and,

2) incorporating a source introduction and/or in-text citation into the naysayer response for the source you cited in the naysayer response you added to Schlosser’s passage (if the source doesn’t have page numbers, you’ll have to skip the in-text citation, but you should still briefly introduce the source — e.g., title of article, website, etc.).

In this Copy #2 of the Schlosser passage (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site., I have incorporated some language to show how you can do some quick research and add a source to your naysayer response.

(It’s okay to borrow my ideas, but if you do so, be sure to put them in your own words and acknowledge your source!) Then, copy/paste your revised version of the Schlosser passage (with your addition of a naysaver response) into this assignment link. [25 possible points] Part 2: In a short paragraph (3-5 sentences), reflect on how you might apply the Naysayer concept to your Diversity in the News Essay

Question 1177 peer reviews

Step 1: Compose a formal, academic essay about the topic of diversity in the news in which you do the following: Refer carefully and often to the Diversity in the News Essay handout (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. that Susanne Bohmer has prepared for Sociology &101.

These guidelines form the basis for the combined Soc&101/Engl&101 assignment. Apply what you have learned in English &101 during the first few weeks of the quarter about foregrounding “They Say,” then moving to “I Say,” with careful attention to voice and signal phrases.

All these strategies should prepare you for effective completion of this essay assignment (and your essay will be assessed on their usage). Sample papers from former Soc&101 classes may be found on this google page (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.. NOTE: The previous Soc&101 assignment did not incorporate Engl&101 elements, so these sample essays are shorter and do not contain all the elements that yours will.

Step 2: Submit a full draft of your essay here to engage in the process of peer reviews. *Click on Submit Assignment tab *Browse your computer for the file containing your draft *Click on Submit Assignment.

*You will get a Turned In! message on the right with a green check mark. Step 3: Participate in thoughtful, careful, helpful, respectful peer reviews after reading two of your classmates’ essays by the end of the day on Tuesday, Jan 23.) The peer review process, when completed earnestly and openly, almost always results in rich rethinking, re-seeing — and thus, significant revisions.

I remind you this to encourage you to get over possible shyness about offering respectful, constructive advice, and also to encourage you to be grateful vs defensive when reading your classmates’ comments at the end of the process. Remember the golden rule: do unto others what you would have them do unto you.

Help each other out respectfully and strongly! Check the menu on the right side of the screen to find the essays you have been assigned to review. After reading your classmates’ essays from start to finish, in the comments box post responses to the three prompts. Please include the Prompt #s with your responses. If you can do so, you are welcome to make additional notes right in your classmate’s paper.

DO NOT USE THE RUBRIC. Prompt #1: Comment on the effectiveness of the summary section by referring to each of these matters (you may compose your thoughts in paragraph or bullet-list format): Is the writer’s voice objective at all times? If not, where not? Are there sufficient signal phrases that remind the reader that the writer is summarizing? If not, where could these be added? Does the writer’s summary convey the news item’s main points fully enough that you, the reader, understand its significance? If not, explain the gaps you are experiencing as a reader.

Prompt #2: Comment on the effectiveness of the response section by referring to each of these matters: Is the transition from summary to response clear and effective? If not, what is missing or what could be added? Is it clear that the response section applies Soc&101 concepts or research findings to analysis of the news story? If that is not clear, be sure to mention it.

Perhaps you are not clear about which concept is being applied, or you are not clear about how it is applied. You will be helping your classmate tremendously by providing this feedback.

Prompt #3: Comment on effectiveness of sentence mechanics and/or MLA formatting. If you notice anything awry, mention it. You do not need to fix errors, but it is often helpful to explain what you think needs further attention. If the paper-editing option on Canvas is available to you (it’s temperamental), you are welcome to enter your notes right in your classmates’ essays.

You may choose from any of the Canvas tools that are available for adding comments and notes. If you are the second reviewer for an essay, please use a different color for your comments than the first reviewer used.

Assessment When I score this draft of your essay for English& 101, these are the elements I will be assessing: Effective use of rhetorical organization strategies: Fleshing out “They Say” and “I Say” sections carefully and clearly. Effective use of rhetorical reader/audience awareness strategies: Making moves that connect the writer to their reader/audience.

Full adherence to process: Posting your full draft on time; participating constructively and wholeheartedly in the peer review process; evidence that you are open to re-envisioning and/or revising your own essay based on the feedback you give and the feedback you receive from your classmates and/or instructors. Careful attention to sentence structure/grammar and application of MLA guidelines:

Formatting your paper, incorporation of in-text citations, and composing a Works Cited list. How to view your grade and read comments on your essay After your essay has been reviewed and scored, you will get a notice under Recent Feedback (on the right) with the title of the assignment next to a green check mark and your score underneath it.

To see our feedback, go to Grades and click on the assignment title (i.e. “Peer Reviews for Diversity in the News Essay”). To get to our comments in the margin of your paper, click on “View Feedback” (to the right of the link for your paper).

Comments will be displayed to the right of the graded paper, and you might well find comments right in your paper as well. Submission Turned In! Jan 19 at 11:59pm Submission Details Download United States Travel Ban (Immigration) –DONE.docx Assigned Peer Reviews Anonymous User Anonymous User Comments: Sujita, I just read your paper, focusing on the sociological analysis part. Here are some suggestions:

1. I would shorten the introduction so it is proportionate to the overall length of your essay. Some of what you state is specific enough that it would fit in the summary section of your essay.

2. To make the summary clearer state right away that the article is about a report from an examination of the first travel ban. I would rewrite some of the summary to increase its clarity.

3. I don’t understand how the material from Barkan on education promoting inequality is related to your article. Also, you are asked for a quote rather than a paraphrase. Maybe this course material is not your best choice.

4. I doubt that Barkan says that reducing immigrants means the crime rate would be reduced. He might say that some people think this. A direct quote from the text is needed.

5. I think you might be better off using different course materials. Something on conflict theory or on “issues” vs. “troubles” could work. I hope this feedback helps. Let me know what questions remain after the peer review and before you submit the final essay. I’m looking forward to reading the final version. Susanne SUSANNE BOHMER, Jan 20 at 4:29pm

Question 1178 Extended Outline

The extended outline will present the topic you have selected for your Course Project. The purpose of the outline is to develop ideas for your argument and create a preliminary structure that will help you build your draft in the coming weeks.

The format of the assignment is a sentence outline. Use APA style to document any  sources referenced in your outline.

Question 1179 English Language

Imagine that you were stuck in an elevator with two of the authors that we have read in this course. Who would they be, and what would you say or not say to them? Make sure to clearly state the names of the two authors. Be creative in your answer.

Use first-person, but no second-person (you, your). Avoid contractions. You may describe the current circumstance that got you three in this predicament, but remember to focus more on your interaction with the authors and what they would say to you but more so of what you would say to them.

This is a creative, open-ended essay, so do not worry too much about logistics. I am looking for depth, substance, and analysis. Write at the bare minimum five paragraphs. A paragraph is at least four sentences, but I am expecting you to write at least 500 words to receive an adequate score.

Question 1180 General critiquing criteria

  1. Generally, at least (try for more) one full handwritten page of comments.2. The comments should be specific, not general. In other words, do not just say “good description” or “need to describe more.” Say exactly where and what was described well or specifically what could be described more.
  2. Point out specific passages, sentences, words, etc.3. Clearly written comments. Speak in complete sentences and explain your opinions clearly, so the reader won’t look at it and think, “What did she/he mean?”4. The writer of the critique should show they obviously care and are trying their best to help the person who wrote the paper.
  3. Also, they shouldn’t just say great paper, no changes needed, nor should they thrash the paper. The paper should be respected, and time should be taken to word comments carefully with sensitivity.5. The person should participate actively in the group critiquing. The written critiques are homework and shouldn’t be done during the group discussion.

Question 1181 GENERAL CRITIQUING CRITERIA

Generally, at least (try for more) one full handwritten page of comments.2. The comments should be specific, not general. In other words, do not just say “good description” or “need to describe more.” Say exactly where and what was described well or specifically what could be described more.

Point out specific passages, sentences, words, etc.3. Clearly written comments. Speak in complete sentences and explain your opinions clearly, so the reader won’t look at it and think, “What did she/he mean?”4. The writer of the critique should show they obviously care and are trying their best to help the person who wrote the paper.

Also, they shouldn’t just say great paper, no changes needed, nor should they thrash the paper. The paper should be respected, and time should be taken to word comments carefully with sensitivity.

Question 1182 APPROACHES TO THE TEACHING OF READING

APPLYING CURRENT APPROACHES TO THE TEACHING OF READING” Organizing my Reaction Paper: A reaction/response paper has an introduction, a body, and a conclusion.

• The introduction should contain all the basic information in one or two paragraphs. Sentence 1: This sentence should give the title, author, and publication you read. Sentence 2, 3, and (4) These sentences give a brief summary of what you read Sentence 5: This sentence is your thesis statement. You agree, disagree, identify, or evaluate.

• Your introduction should include a concise, one sentence, focused thesis. This is the focused statement of your reaction/response. More information on thesis statements is available.

• The body should contain paragraphs that provide support for your thesis. Each paragraph should contain one idea. Topic sentences should support the thesis, and the final sentence of each paragraph should lead into the next paragraph. Topic Sentence detail — example –quotation –detail — example — quotation — detail — example — quotation — detail — example –quotation Summary Sentence

 

• You can structure your paragraphs in two ways: 1. Explain author’s point– your comment supported with details/examples/quotations 2. Explain author’s point– contrast with your point of view support with details/etc.

• The conclusion can be a restatement of what you said in your paper, or it could be a comment which focuses your overall reaction. Finally, it can be a prediction of the effects of what you’re reacting to. Note: your conclusion should include no new information. To sum up the information, this handout has covered prewriting and organizing strategies for reaction/response papers.

• Prewriting o Read the article and jot down ideas. o How do you feel about what was said? o Do you agree or disagree with the author? o Have you had any applicable experience? o Have you read or heard anything that applies to this what the writer said in the article or book? o Does the evidence in the article support the statements the writer made?

• Organizing o Write the thesis statement first. o Decide on the key points that will focus your ideas. These will be your topic sentences. o Develop your ideas by adding examples, quotations, and details to your paragraphs. o Make sure the last sentence of each paragraph leads into the next paragraph. o Check your thesis and make sure the topic sentence of each paragraph supports it.

Grading a Response/Reaction Paper LEO FOCUS – The clarity with which you maintain your main idea or point of view on the topic. _____/25 points ORGANIZATION – The clarity with which you structure your response following the LEO format. _____/25 points SUPPORT – How you elaborate on your ideas and how you present supporting details. _____/25 points STYLE OF WRITING – Sentence structure, usage, mechanics, etc… _____/25 points TOTAL: ________

Question 1183 American History

answer the following questions in at least 600 words:

1. What can be said of Washington’s criticism of African-American ministers?

2. Beginning in the 1960s, Washington was widely criticized as an accommodationist, as a leader favoring humility and individual responsibility and achievement at the expense of racial pride. Based on the excerpts, do you think that Washington’s prose leads to such a view of him?

3. How would you describe the overall strategy of The Souls of Black Folk, the discernment, in the lines of supposedly simple African American spirituals, of complex ideas of selfhood and self-fulfillment? Is this a writerly tour de force, a display of wit, mental agility, and (perhaps) late Victorian sentimentality by one author working in a mainstream tradition? Or does Du Bois make this venture into cultural anthropology ring true and convince us of the deep wisdom within the ordinary and the plain?

4. Does Norris “mean it” when he argues that literary naturalism is not a variant of realism but really a newer kind of romanticism? What is the reasoning behind this declaration—and what do you think of that reasoning? If Howells is writing for a broad audience of magazine readers, or for his constituency of women from the new middle class, people with aspirations to culture and taste as well as moral improvement, whom do Frank Norris and and Theodore Dreiser seem to be writing to and for?

5. If naturalism, as Norris describes it, is virtually coerced into romantic configurations because of certain doctrines about human nature and human possibility, at what point can fiction of this sort become aesthetic— in other words, an exercise in color or sensation or spectacle for their own sake rather than for conveying some sort of moral engagement with the human condition?

If a question like this provokes a confused silence, ask your group to ponder what overtly naturalistic films that they have seen—Scorsese’s The Departed or Taxi Driver, for example, or Reservoir Dogs or other films by Quentin Tarantino—are really “about,” if they are about anything at all. If we are supposed to care about Carrie Meeber in Sister Carrie or Maggie in Maggie: A Girl of the Streets, are there novels and films of a similar style that induce a moral numbness or a sense that no exploration of human nature is taking place?

6. If the second question provokes a lively debate about the various intentions and effects of literary naturalism, you might close in tighter on differences among the avowed realists, especially James and Howells.

Howells takes chances in his description of the focus and subject matter for realistic fiction (you might want to point out that in his prose he often doesn’t play by his own rules!). James is more evasive in talking about issues such as social class and what he means by “truth to life.” Why does he do that, and where do we see a similar abstractness or evasiveness operating in his short fiction?

Question 1184 Communication and Perception

Objective: Chapter 2 focuses on communication and perception. How the perception process works, how we perceive others, and perceiving and presenting yourself. In this journal entry you are going to watch the TED Talk attached and you are going to read chapter 2, then you are going to write a 500 word journal entry.

Procedure:

You are going to write a 500 word response to these questions: How does the chapter help you better understand the communication process and include a personal example from your life experiences. Include at least 1 major theory and cite the page number. (ex. Theory Blank (pg 112) )

How does the TED talk help you understand the communication process and how does it relate to your life. https://www.ted.com/talks/daniel_tammet_different_ways_of_knowing#t-604834

Question 1185Course project first and second grafts

The purpose of the draft is to begin communicatinghttps://www.homeworknest.com/sign-in.php your topic and to establish its relevance to a reader. The draft will present an introduction (two to three paragraphs) and one section (two to three paragraphs) of the body of the paper and then conclusion.

Cite each new reference carefully both in the text and on the reference page. The length of the first draft is three to four pages of text and the send is four to five pages of text, not including the title and References pages. Follow the grading rubric carefully to earn all possible points.

Question 1186   Radiolab “Words” Discussion Forum

Instructions After reading the CCCCs statement you only need to read one paragraph: the paragraph on page one from a group of English composition professors in 1972. It begins with “We affirm…” http://www.ncte.org/library/NCTEFiles/Groups/CCCC/NewSRTOL.pdf (Links to an external site.) and listening to the first 11:30 of Radiolab’s “Words,” (Links to an external site.)http://www.radiolab.org/story/91725-words/ Links to an external site. .

Part 1 due Tuesday, 2/6, end of day: Write a response to these two questions. Each response should be at least one paragraph in length. Be sure to fully explain why you think/feel the way you do.

Tell us about a time you realized that language has power. Or, explain why you think language is or is not a powerful tool. What was the most interesting part of the first 11.5 minutes of this podcast? How do you think it relates to the CCCCs statement?

Question 1187 Virtual Reality

Annotated Bibliography assignment Sheet Details: I need for the assignment use 9 source (no more; no less) 3 pages also, make sure the for the source. (5 academic Journal articles) the other 4 sources can consist of academic journal articles, longer newspaper articles from major newspapers, good quality. I need that is MLA citation.

I have example of my professors work so I need the same style of the work. My title of my assignment is Virtual Reality I did some work on my assignment about Virtual Reality and I add some ideas to make the writer easier.

Question 1188  Reflection of the perspective

One-page reflection on Chapter 4. You should include an analysis of what you learned, along with any points you found interesting. Reflections should be one-page, double-spaced, Times New Roman, size 12 font.

Make sure your name and date are at the top of the page

Question 1189  Discuss how the two passages are similar.

Look at the passage in “Desiree’s Baby” where Desiree’s “realization” occurs. The passage begins with the last paragraph on page 178 and ends with the fourth paragraph on page 179. Compare this passage to the passage in “The Story of an Hour” where Mrs. Mallard experiences her ”realization”.

The passage begins with the fourth paragraph on page 181 and ends with “…and relaxed every inch of her body.” On page 182. Look at the imagery Chopin uses in these two passages.Discuss how the two passages are similar. Write at least 5 paragraphs on this topic.

Question 1190  Observing Bio-reactions

Bio-reactions (fight, flight, freeze, or appease) include quick responses to stimuli that are dangerous and fearful experiences. Bio-reactions help the brain reinforce certain pathways. Some pathways associate that past reaction with other similar events.

This is one way to learn. The fear response may be associated with other non fearful events. Because the brain is so good at making these associations, we aren’t even aware of the miscue. Bio-reactions are

. In most cases they are not under your control, such as when you automatically close your eyes when something flies at your face. In other cases, you can have more control over your reaction.

To be in control of these responses, the first step is to become aware of when you are experiencing a bio-reaction. To be aware of your bio-reactions, it may be helpful to ask yourself the following questions: • What caused the bio-reaction? • What was happening in the environment around you? • What emotions did you feel? •

How did your body react? • What, if anything, did you do differently when you noticed you were having a bio-reaction? • Why is it important for you to be aware of your bio-reactions? Requirements: Your submission must be your original work. No more than a combined total of 30% of the submission and no more than a 10% match to any one individual source can be directly quoted or closely paraphrased from sources, even if cited correctly.

Use the Turnitin Originality Report available in  as a guide for this measure of originality. You must use the rubric to direct the creation of your submission because it provides detailed criteria that will be used to evaluate your work. Each requirement below may be evaluated by more than one rubric aspect. The rubric aspect titles may contain hyperlinks to relevant portions of the course. Note: Complete the Learning Brains and bio-reaction material found in module 1 in your course of study before completing this task.

Describe three situations where you have experienced a bio-reaction. 1. Identify which bio-reaction (fight, flight, freeze, or appease) you were experiencing in each situation from part A. 2. Describe what was happening in the environment around you during each of the identified bio-reactions. 3. Describe how your body reacted and what emotions you felt during each of the identified bio-reactions. 4. Explain why it is important to be aware of your bio-reactions.

Question 1191 Literary Analysis

The goal of this essay is to present a thesis that clearly states an interpretation(one that is not obvious) of some aspect of your short story and to support that interpretation by pointing to examples from the story, explaining the significance of those examples in relation to your interpretation. Double spaced, 1,000 words, MLA format Identify the significant parts.

What stands out/seems most significant (what do you notice)? What is strange or weird? What is interesting? What is surprising? Use The Method What words are repeated exactly? What ideas are repeated through similar words? What opposites/binaries are included? What anomalies do you notice? Ask yourself whether you should read the significant parts literally or symbolically.

Literature is often symbolic, so strongly consider this option. If symbolic—Make a list of everything that the significant parts could symbolize. Ask yourself the question, “it seems to be about _____ but also could be about ______.” Use the details of the text to determine which of your symbolic options is most probable and focus on that option. Ask yourself what the text is saying about the significant part that you focused on in number 2. Consider using the following questions or questions of your own:

How is it described? What is interesting or strange about how it is described? Is it portrayed negatively or positively? Focus on the details to help you answer this. Is this description different than or the same as the usual presentation of this subject? Why is it shown differently or the same? Construct a thesis that identifies the significant part that you will focus on and that sets up what you will be arguing that the poem says about that part.

Do not summarize or state the obvious but look for the undercurrents that will be most interesting. Build supporting paragraphs that support all of the parts of your thesis. Begin the paragraphs with a focus on a main idea, then focus on the specific details from the text to build your support for that main idea, being sure to explain why/how the details support what you say they support. Below is the short story I chose.

The Cask of Amontillado by Edgar Allan Poe The thousand injuries of Fortunato I had borne as I best could, but when he ventured upon insult, I vowed revenge. You, who so well know the nature of my soul, will not suppose, however, that I gave utterance to a threat. At length I would be avenged; this was a point definitely settled—but the very definitiveness with which it was resolved, precluded the idea of risk.

I must not only punish, but punish with impunity. A wrong is unredressed when retribution overtakes its redresser. It is equally unredressed when the avenger fails to make himself felt as such to him who has done the wrong. It must be understood that neither by word nor deed had I given Fortunato cause to doubt my good will. I continued, as was my wont, to smile in his face, and he did not perceive that my smile now was at the thought of his immolation.

He had a weak point—this Fortunato—although in other regards he was a man to be respected and even feared. He prided himself on his connoisseurship in wine. Few Italians have the true virtuoso spirit. For the most part their enthusiasm is adopted to suit the time and —to practise imposture upon the British and Austrian millionaires.

In painting and gemmary, Fortunato, like his countrymen, was a quack—but in the matter of old wines he was sincere. In this respect I did not differ from him materially: I was skillful in the Italian vintages myself, and bought largely whenever I could. It was about dusk, one evening during the supreme madness of the carnival season, that I encountered my friend.

He accosted me with excessive warmth, for he had been drinking much. The man wore motley. He had on a tight-fitting parti-striped dress, and his head was surmounted by the conical cap and bells. I was so pleased to see him, that I thought I should never have done wringing his hand. I said to him—”My dear Fortunato, you are luckily met.

How remarkably well you are looking to-day! But I have received a pipe of what passes for Amontillado, and I have my doubts.” “How?” said he. “Amontillado? A pipe? Impossible! And in the middle of the carnival!” “I have my doubts,” I replied; “and I was silly enough to pay the full Amontillado price without consulting you in the matter.

You were not to be found, and I was fearful of losing a bargain.” “Amontillado!” “I have my doubts.” “Amontillado!” “And I must satisfy them.” “Amontillado!” “As you are engaged, I am on my way to Luchesi. If any one has a critical turn, it is he. He will tell me—” “Luchesi cannot tell Amontillado from Sherry.” “And yet some fools will have it that his taste is a match for your own.” “Come, let us go.” “Whither?” “To your vaults.” “My friend, no; I will not impose upon your good nature.

I perceive you have an engagement. Luchesi—” “I have no engagement;—come.” “My friend, no. It is not the engagement, but the severe cold with which I perceive you are afflicted. The vaults are insufferably damp. They are encrusted with nitre.” “Let us go, nevertheless.

The cold is merely nothing. Amontillado! You have been imposed upon. And as for Luchesi, he cannot distinguishhttps://www.homeworknest.com/sign-in.php Sherry from Amontillado.” Thus speaking, Fortunato possessed himself of my arm. Putting on a mask of black silk, and drawing a roquelaire closely about my person, I suffered him to hurry me to my palazzo. There were no attendants at home; they had absconded to make merry in honour of the time.

I had told them that I should not return until the morning, and had given them explicit orders not to stir from the house. These orders were sufficient, I well knew, to insure their immediate disappearance, one and all, as soon as my back was turned. I took from their sconces two flambeaux, and giving one to Fortunato, bowed him through several suites of rooms to the archway that led into the vaults. I passed down a long and winding staircase, requesting him to be cautious as he followed. We came at length to the foot of the descent, and stood together on the damp ground of the catacombs of the Montresors.

The gait of my friend was unsteady, and the bells upon his cap jingled as he strode. “The pipe,” said he. “It is farther on,” said I; “but observe the white web-work which gleams from these cavern walls.” He turned towards me, and looked into my eyes with two filmy orbs that distilled the rheum of intoxication. “Nitre?” he asked, at length. “Nitre,” I replied. “How long have you had that cough?” “Ugh! ugh! ugh!—ugh! ugh! ugh!—ugh! ugh! ugh!—ugh! ugh! ugh!—ugh! ugh! ugh!” My poor friend found it impossible to reply for many minutes. “It is nothing,” he said, at last. “Come,” I said, with decision, “we will go back; your health is precious.

You are rich, respected, admired, beloved; you are happy, as once I was. You are a man to be missed. For me it is no matter. We will go back; you will be ill, and I cannot be responsible. Besides, there is Luchesi—” “Enough,” he said; “the cough is a mere nothing; it will not kill me. I shall not die of a cough.” “True—true,” I replied; “and, indeed, I had no intention of alarming you unnecessarily—but you should use all proper caution.

A draught of this Medoc will defend us from the damps.” Here I knocked off the neck of a bottle which I drew from a long row of its fellows that lay upon the mould. “Drink,” I said, presenting him the wine. He raised it to his lips with a leer. He paused and nodded to me familiarly, while his bells jingled. “I drink,” he said, “to the buried that repose around us.” “And I to your long life.” He again took my arm, and we proceeded. “These vaults,” he said, “are extensive.” “The Montresors,” I replied, “were a great and numerous family.” “I forget your arms.” “A huge human foot d’or, in a field azure; the foot crushes a serpent rampant whose fangs are imbedded in the heel.” “And the motto?” “Nemo me impune lacessit.” “Good!” he said. The wine sparkled in his eyes and the bells jingled. My own fancy grew warm with the Medoc.

We had passed through walls of piled bones, with casks and puncheons intermingling, into the inmost recesses of catacombs. I paused again, and this time I made bold to seize Fortunato by an arm above the elbow. “The nitre!” I said; “see, it increases. It hangs like moss upon the vaults. We are below the river’s bed.

The drops of moisture trickle among the bones. Come, we will go back ere it is too late. Your cough—” “It is nothing,” he said; “let us go on. But first, another draught of the Medoc.” I broke and reached him a flagon of De Grave. He emptied it at a breath. His eyes flashed with a fierce light. He laughed and threw the bottle upwards with a gesticulation I did not understand.

I looked at him in surprise. He repeated the movement—a grotesque one. “You do not comprehend?” he said. “Not I,” I replied. “Then you are not of the brotherhood.” “How?” “You are not of the masons.” “Yes, yes,” I said; “yes, yes.” “You? Impossible! A mason?” “A mason,” I replied. “A sign,” he said, “a sign.” “It is this,” I answered, producing a trowel from beneath the folds of my roquelaire. “You jest,” he exclaimed, recoiling a few paces. “But let us proceed to the Amontillado.” “Be it so,” I said, replacing the tool beneath the cloak and again offering him my arm. He leaned upon it heavily.

We continued our route in search of the Amontillado. We passed through a range of low arches, descended, passed on, and descending again, arrived at a deep crypt, in which the foulness of the air caused our flambeaux rather to glow than flame. At the most remote end of the crypt there appeared another less spacious. Its walls had been lined with human remains, piled to the vault overhead, in the fashion of the great catacombs of Paris.

Three sides of this interior crypt were still ornamented in this manner. From the fourth side the bones had been thrown down, and lay promiscuously upon the earth, forming at one point a mound of some size. Within the wall thus exposed by the displacing of the bones, we perceived a still interior recess, in depth about four feet in width three, in height six or seven.

It seemed to have been constructed for no especial use within itself, but formed merely the interval between two of the colossal supports of the roof of the catacombs, and was backed by one of their circumscribing walls of solid granite. It was in vain that Fortunato, uplifting his dull torch, endeavoured to pry into the depth of the recess. Its termination the feeble light did not enable us to see. “Proceed,” I said; “herein is the Amontillado.

As for Luchesi—” “He is an ignoramus,” interrupted my friend, as he stepped unsteadily forward, while I followed immediately at his heels. In an instant he had reached the extremity of the niche, and finding his progress arrested by the rock, stood stupidly bewildered. A moment more and I had fettered him to the granite. In its surface were two iron staples, distant from each other about two feet, horizontally. From one of these depended a short chain, from the other a padlock.

Throwing the links about his waist, it was but the work of a few seconds to secure it. He was too much astounded to resist. Withdrawing the key I stepped back from the recess. “Pass your hand,” I said, “over the wall; you cannot help feeling the nitre. Indeed, it is very damp. Once more let me implore you to return.

No? Then I must positively leave you. But I must first render you all the little attentions in my power.” “The Amontillado!” ejaculated my friend, not yet recovered from his astonishment. “True,” I replied; “the Amontillado.” As I said these words I busied myself among the pile of bones of which I have before spoken.

Throwing them aside, I soon uncovered a quantity of building stone and mortar. With these materials and with the aid of my trowel, I began vigorously to wall up the entrance of the niche. I had scarcely laid the first tier of the masonry when I discovered that the intoxication of Fortunato had in a great measure worn off. The earliest indication I had of this was a low moaning cry from the depth of the recess.

It was not the cry of a drunken man. There was then a long and obstinate silence. I laid the second tier, and the third, and the fourth; and then I heard the furious vibrations of the chain. The noise lasted for several minutes, during which, that I might hearken to it with the more satisfaction, I ceased my labours and sat down upon the bones.

When at last the clanking subsided, I resumed the trowel, and finished without interruption the fifth, the sixth, and the seventh tier. The wall was now nearly upon a level with my breast.

I again paused, and holding the flambeaux over the mason-work, threw a few feeble rays upon the figure within. A succession of loud and shrill screams, bursting suddenly from the throat of the chained form, seemed to thrust me violently back. For a brief moment I hesitated—I trembled. Unsheathing my rapier, I began to grope with it about the recess; but the thought of an instant reassured me.

I placed my hand upon the solid fabric of the catacombs, and felt satisfied. I reapproached the wall; I replied to the yells of him who clamoured. I re-echoed—I aided—I surpassed them in volume and in strength. I did this, and the clamourer grew still. It was now midnight, and my task was drawing to a close. I had completed the eighth, the ninth, and the tenth tier. I had finished a portion of the last and the eleventh; there remained but a single stone to be fitted and plastered in.

I struggled with its weight; I placed it partially in its destined position. But now there came from out the niche a low laugh that erected the hairs upon my head. It was succeeded by a sad voice, which I had difficulty in recognizing as that of the noble Fortunato. The voice said— “Ha! ha! ha!—he! he! he!—a very good joke indeed—an excellent jest. We shall have many a rich laugh about it at the palazzo—he! he! he!—over our wine—he! he! he!” “The Amontillado!” I said. “He! he! he!—he! he! he!—yes, the Amontillado.

But is it not getting late? Will not they be awaiting us at the palazzo, the Lady Fortunato and the rest? Let us be gone.” “Yes,” I said, “let us be gone.” “For the love of God, Montresor!” “Yes,” I said, “for the love of God!” But to these words I hearkened in vain for a reply. I grew impatient. I called aloud— “Fortunato!” No answer.

I called again— “Fortunato—” No answer still. I thrust a torch through the remaining aperture and let it fall within. There came forth in reply only a jingling of the bells. My heart grew sick on account of the dampness of the catacombs. I hastened to make an end of my labour. I forced the last stone into its position; I plastered it up. Against the new masonry I re-erected the old rampart of bones. For the half of a century no mortal has disturbed them. In pace requiescat!

Question 1192 Detroit ‘67 by Dominique Morriseau

I was assigned to go see the play & write about it. You can find the play on YouTube or get a free download online. If you can’t I will provide you with the play. The imagine attached is what the professor wants you to write about and the questions to focus on while you write.

Question 1193  Written Critiques

read the paragraph, and answer those questions for each paragraph. remember use your own words. 1a. In your own words, what is the main point of the body paragraph? 1b.

How could the point be made more complex or more clear? How could it better relate to the characters’ growth? 1c. Where might the paragraph drift away from the focused point? What could it do to tighten the focus? 2a. Does the quote/evidence fit the main point? Explain why or why not? 2b. How could the quote’s interpretation be stronger 3a.

How does the paragraph support the point with evidence from the film or personal story? How could it be more specific? 3b. Does the analysis after the evidence from the film/personal story strongly explain how the evidence fits the point? Explain why or why not. 3c. How could the paragraph support and analyze the two stories in a more parallel and balanced manner?

Question 1194 Written Critiques

answer these questions for each paragraph, and use your own words. please separate it by two documents. 1a. In your own words, what is the main point of the body paragraph? 1b. How could the point be made more complex or more clear? How could it better relate to the characters’ growth? 1c.

Where might the paragraph drift away from the focused point? What could it do to tighten the focus? 2a. Does the quote/evidence fit the main point? Explain why or why not? 2b. How could the quote’s interpretation be stronger 3a. How does the paragraph support the point with evidence from the film or personal story? How could it be more specific? 3b.

Does the analysis after the evidence from the film/personal story strongly explain how the evidence fits the point? Explain why or why not. 3c. How could the paragraph support and analyze the two stories in a more parallel and balanced manner?

Question 1195 Informal Report

Assignment Informal Report on a Site Visit/Inspection Visit the Writing Center or Career Services. You may go in person or choose to examine the office’s website instead. Afterwards, write a two-page (double-spaced) report about the user/customer experience and the office’s services and resources for students.

Be sure to include the date of your visit/inspection. To visit virtually, use these links. Career Services: https://www.uncfsu.edu/life-fsu/student-services-and-organizations/career-services (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. Writing Center: That site is still under construction on the new FSU web site.

Question 1196 Discussion: Module

The discussions in this course are designed to connect you to your classroom community–your instructor and peers. They are also arranged to give you extra practice in concepts contained in the module’s learning material. For these two reasons, discussions will play an important role in our learning journey. Each module, you will be asked to participate in a discussion area by posting both an initial post and two response posts.

Each module has a unique prompt, so be sure to review each of the prompts carefully. IMPORTANT NOTE: Participation in the discussion area below is defined as follows:

Your initial post must be submitted by the due date assigned. A one-day period is defined as that period of 24 hours from 12:00 a.m. Mountain (11:00pm Pacific/1:00am Central/2:00am Eastern) to 11:59 p.m. Mountain (10:59pm Pacific/12:59am Central/1:59am Eastern) the same day. Both response posts must be posted by the end of the module.

Tasks In the Discussion Area, address the following: Choose one of the sources found on the 1.03 Topics and Sources page. You are encouraged to use one of the sources you selected in 1.04 Activity 1.

Write 8-10 sentences (total) that: briefly introduce the source’s topic briefly discuss the source’s main argument about the topic briefly discuss the support used in the source to back up the main argument briefly discuss what is interesting or unique about the source’s perspective on the topic Peer Response Posts For your response posts, choose two of your peers who are working on the same topic as you and in response to each of their initial posts, write 3-5 sentences for each that address the following:

How is this source’s approach to the topic similar to and/or different from the approach taken in the source you chose? Use specific details. Submission Details By the due date assigned, post response to the Discussion Area. Through the last day of this module, review and respond to posts submitted by at least two of your classmates as specified above.

Question 1197 Select a Topic and Sources

Activity 1: Select a Topic and Sources (GRADED) On the Topics and Sources page, you reviewed a list of approved topics and under each degree field, you saw a set of approved, credible, and reliable sources. You will not conduct outside research in this course. Only the ` include on the Topics and Sources page should be used in your work in this course.

The Activity below will help guide you through the source selection process. As you work through the questions below, be sure to give yourself a good chunk of time to sit down and review each of the sources. IMPORTANT NOTE: Your source selections may change as you work through this course, and that’s okay. This is all part of the writing and critical thinking process.

That said, this Activity helps you start committing to a topic and a set of sources on that topic. Although you may decide in later activities or writing assignments to choose one or two sources that are different from what you select here, you may also decide to stick with the four sources you choose here for the duration of the course.

In the textboxes below, address each of the questions. When you are finished, click “Submit.” You must answer all of the questions on this page in order to receive credit for this Activity. Clicking “Submit” will commit your answer. Clicking “Submit” will also save anything you’ve written in the textbox to your Notebook for later retrieval.

To view your Notebook, go to Tools in the upper right corner of this learning resource and select it from the drop-down menu1. Choose your sources. Skim the source options provided on the Topics and Sources page. Narrow your choices down to four sources.

List them in the textbox below using the following format: “The first source was written by [insert author’s name] and is titled [insert title]. It is a(n) [insert source type: Journal article, magazine article, book, website, etc.] and was published in [insert date].”

Use this same format for the other three sources you’ve selected. Your responseGenerate an APA-formatted reference citations for one of the four sources you’ve chosen. Of the four sources you chose for question #1, choose one of those sources.

Then, using the APA citation wizard at the bottom of this page (be sure to watch the wizard tutorial video on how to use the wizard), create a reference citation for the first source you’ve selected. Once the wizard generates the citations, copy and paste the first source’s reference citation in the textbox below. If formatting, such as italics, did not transfer when you copied and pasted, use the toolbar above (e.g., the “I” button) to create formatting changes.

Simply copy the text that needs formatting and click on the appropriate formatting button.Generate an APA-formatted reference citation for the second source you’ve chosen. From the document generated by the APA citation wizard, copy and paste the second source’s reference citation in the textbox below.

If formatting, such as italics, did not transfer when you copied and pasted, use the toolbar above (e.g., the “I” button) to create formatting changes. Simply copy the text that needs formatting and click on the appropriate formatting button.

Question 1197 Narrative Essay

Due by sunday at 9pm Pacific time (12 hours)***Please do not accept assignment if you cannot make the deadline*** Needs to be high quality writing. An example essay will be provided as well as other documents to assist you.

No quotes from outside sources/documents are required. Write a 4 page essay narrating from your perspective a visit to a doctor, or a teacher, counselor, or someone else youve gone to for help.

Put the events of the visit in chronological order, and use transitions as needed to lead your reader through the story. Pay particular attention to the first sentence; see if you can make it introduce your main point.

Question 1198 Narrative paper

*NEED SOMEONE FROM THE US TO WRITE** ***Due by tonight at 10:30 pm Pacific time (8 hours)***PLEASE DO NOT ACCEPT ASSIGNMENT IF YOU CANNOT MAKE THE DEADLINE*** Needs to be as high quality writing as possible. An example essay will be provided as well as other documents to assist you.

**No quotes from outside sources/documents are required.** Write a 4 page essay narrating from your perspective a visit to a doctor, or a teacher, counselor, or someone else youve gone to for help.

Put the events of the visit in chronological order, and use transitions as needed to lead your reader through the story. Pay particular attention to the first sentence; see if you can make it introduce your main point. Write the assignment as if youre telling the story.

Question 1199 1st person Narrative

*Due by tonight at 10:30 pm Pacific time (8 hours)***PLEASE DO NOT ACCEPT ASSIGNMENT IF YOU CANNOT MAKE THE DEADLINE*** Needs to be as high quality writing as possible. An example essay will be provided as well as other documents to assist you. **No quotes from outside sources/documents are required.**

Write a 4 page essay narrating from your perspective a visit to a doctor, or a teacher, counselor, or someone else you’ve gone to for help. Put the events of the visit in chronological order, and use transitions as needed to lead your reader through the story. Pay particular attention to the first sentence; see if you can make it introduce your main point. Write the assignment as if youre telling the story.

Question 1200 Resume with cover letter

the instructions in the files that i attached , the resume she be 1 page and the cover letter should be 2 paragraph and the job that i’m applying for is https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/fairfaxcounty/jobs/1991804/engineering-technician-i you should made up some work

 

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Question 1081 My experience throughout this course

PLEASE READ FULLY BEFORE BIDING: Final Project: Portfolio Assignment At the end of the semester you are required to submit a portfolio of your written work. This portfolio will contain four items.

Three items will be essays written previously for assignments submitted within this course and for which you received feedback from the mentor. (You may choose from among the following written assignments:

Written Assignment 1, Written Assignment 4, Written Assignment 5, Written Assignment 6, Written Assignment 7, Written Assignment 8, Written Assignment 9.) You should revise these items based on mentor feedback and submit them as part of your portfolio.

The fourth item should be an essay of 500 to 875 words (2 to 3 pages) that analyzes the decisions you made as you revised/edited the other three items in the portfolio.

You should discuss the writing process, improvements in your writing, and your takeaways from this course. The revised assignments will be evaluated based on their organization, the quality of your thesis statements including their clarity, cohesiveness, the inclusion of adequate and appropriate supporting details, and proper mechanics.

The last essay will be evaluated based on organization, depth of insight about the writing process, quality of your analysis of your revisions, cohesiveness, and mechanics

Question 1082 Resume/Cover letter editing

Editing Resume and a Cover Letter. – I prefer someone who is Proficient. – I already have my own Resume and cover letter but I want it to be updated and edited.

I will attach a guideline for a resume and the cover letter that I want to be followed.

Use the proper/latest updated format for legal resume/cover letter. – I want one resume and one cover letter. – I want a standard cover letter that is fixable to be edit later. “more options for different positions” – I will attach several resources that will help you with personalizing both resume/cover letter.

You can change, and be more descriptive in both resume/cover letter but only according to the guideline. – Make the most use of the provided guideline.

Question 1083 ase-Note on R v Secretary of State for International Development

For the assessment, the case-note should be based on the original case transcript. •Please use the neutral citation to find the case.•Ensure that you read the judgment carefully and that you have understood the relevant legal arguments and the responses of the different judges before starting to write your case-note.

Reading secondary material on the case, will also help in your understanding but do cite the primary source (the case) as much as possible. · Your case-note MUST be referenced! You will lose marks for poor referencing.· Adhere to the OSCOLA referencing guidelines. OSCOLA uses footnotes

The footnote should be inserted at the end of the reference to the authority or at the end of the sentence which needs to be referenced. The footnote should be inserted after any punctuation e.g. after the full stop.·

As well as the footnotes, the case note must include a bibliography.The bibliography must contain all sources consulted, whether or not the sources have been referred to in the text or footnotes.

Question 1084 Equity and trust summative

Answer the law question Andrew is the secretary of the South Ealing Tennis Club. It is an unincorporated association. The club is funded by: (i) donations and legacies made by members and former members, (ii) by its annual membership fees, (iii) by collection boxes placed in local businesses, and (iv) by the proceeds of its bar and other social activities.

In July 2017, the members resolved to wind up the club having sold the club grounds to a property developer for a considerable sum of money. After all of the club’s debts have been paid, there remains a substantial surplus of funds.

Explain to Andrew how the courts have traditionally approached the issue of surplus funds in relation to unincorporated associations, and the approach that the courts adopt now.

I have attached a document to help with layout and structure must include references from websites no books. must follow everything correct or i will not accept work must be 1500 words work is about equity and trust law

Question 1085 Ethics and Integrity

Reflective Journal 1: Ethics and Integrity Due Week 4 and worth 50 points Write a half to one (1/2 to 1) page (150 to 275 words) journal entry in which you: 1. Explain three (3) important elements of ethics, morality, and integrity that will relate to your desired role in the field of criminal justice. 2. Complete the page requirement.

The specific course learning outcome(s) associated with this assignment are: Explain the role of ethics and integrity in the criminal justice profession, and the higher standard expected of criminal justice professionals.

Write clearly and concisely about ethics and leadership in criminal justice using proper writing mechanics.

Question 1086 Facebook Live killings

This is a Leg500 Law,Ethics and corporate Governance subjects….It should be completed within 2 days…only 5 pages..no plagiarism..with APA format..

I will provide all the details.. Read the article Cleveland Shooting Highlight’s Facebook’s Responsibility in Policing Depraved

Question 1087 Professional Responsibility & Legal Ethics

Jake is a 25-year-old paralegal at a post-Superbowl party. In attendance at the party is his college friend, Mike. Both guys are enjoying themselves. There were a lot of people smoking marijuana, including Mike, drinking beer, eating pretzels, and just having a good time.

Jake was the designated driver for his friends, so he did not smoke or drink. At the end of the party, Mike said to Jake, “You are a paralegal. I haven’t been drinking at all but I was smoked a lot of marijuana and I’m pretty high. Please tell me if I can drive home.”

In response, Jakes tells him: Oh, I know the Ohio law on this. You can definitely drive home. You did not drink anything and only cocaine is considered a drug for driving purposes.

I am sure the police won’t stop you but even if they do, the law is on your side. Unfortunately, it turns out that Jake was incorrect. Mike veered off the road and ended up driving into a tree, damaging his car.

When the police came, they took a blood sample from Mike and found that he was driving under the influence of marijuana, which is illegal in Ohio. The officers’ immediately arrested him and jailed for 3 days. Later on, points are added to his license.

Mike comes to your office and meets with your supervising attorney, Roberta, to discuss the possibility of suing Jake based on his statement to Mike and Mike’s reliance on it.

Because Jake sincerely believed that what he was saying was true, Roberta immediately rules out the possibility of suing him for fraud or misrepresentation. (Note: This means you should NOT deal with the possibility of suing him for fraud or misrepresentation or the like!)

Instead, Mike says to Roberta, “Well, Jake isn’t a lawyer. Isn’t it wrong for him to tell me what the Ohio law is when he’s not even a lawyer?” Roberta replies, “Well, I know that it’s unethical and even criminal to practice law without a license, but I don’t know if you can sue someone for unauthorized practice of law.

I’ll have my star paralegal look into that.” After Mike leaves, Roberta asks you to research this question, i.e., whether Mike can sue Jake based on his unauthorized practice of law, and to get back to him with an answer.

Please prepare a properly researched essay to answer Mike’s question. An IRAC-style essay is appropriate for this assignment.

 

 

Question 1088 Juvenile killer paper

i need a 6 pages minimum of APA format about three juvenile killer. i already have two and you only need to choose the third one.

The third juvenile must 13 or under, killed another child and must be in the united states as well. i already have two movies on the first two cases.

Question 1089  Professional Responsibility & Legal Ethics

Jake is a 25-year-old paralegal at a post-Superbowl party. In attendance at the party is his college friend, Mike. Both guys are enjoying themselves. There were a lot of people smoking marijuana, including Mike, drinking beer, eating pretzels, and just having a good time. Jake was the designated driver for his friends, so he did not smoke or drink.

At the end of the party, Mike said to Jake, “You are a paralegal. I haven’t been drinking at all but I was smoked a lot of marijuana and I’m pretty high. Please tell me if I can drive home.” In response, Jakes tells him: Oh, I know the Ohio law on this.

You can definitely drive home. You did not drink anything and only cocaine is considered a drug for driving purposes. I am sure the police won’t stop you but even if they do, the law is on your side.

Unfortunately, it turns out that Jake was incorrect. Mike veered off the road and ended up driving into a tree, damaging his car. When the police came, they took a blood sample from Mike and found that he was driving under the influence of marijuana, which is illegal in Ohio. The officers’ immediately arrested him and jailed for 3 days.

Later on, points are added to his license. Mike comes to your office and meets with your supervising attorney, Roberta, to discuss the possibility of suing Jake based on his statement to Mike and Mike’s reliance on it.

Because Jake sincerely believed that what he was saying was true, Roberta immediately rules out the possibility of suing him for fraud or misrepresentation. (Note: This means you should NOT deal with the possibility of suing him for fraud or misrepresentation or the like!) Instead, Mike says to Roberta, “Well, Jake isn’t a lawyer.

Isn’t it wrong for him to tell me what the Ohio law is when he’s not even a lawyer?” Roberta replies, “Well, I know that it’s unethical and even criminal to practice law without a license, but I don’t know if you can sue someone for unauthorized practice of law.

I’ll have my star paralegal look into that.” After Mike leaves, Roberta asks you to research this question, i.e., whether Mike can sue Jake based on his unauthorized practice of law, and to get back to him with an answer. Please prepare a properly researched essay to answer Mike’s question. An IRAC-style essay is appropriate for this assignment.

Question 1090 Juvenile killer paper

i need a 6 pages minimum of APA format about three juvenile killer. i already have two and you only need to choose the third one. the third juvenile must 13 or under, killed another child and must be in the united states as well. i already have two movies on the first two cases.

Question 1091 How E9-1-1 Works

In this assignment you are required to: 1: View the provided material: How E9-1-1 Works (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. Text to 911: What You Need To Know (Links to an external site.)

Links to an external site. 2: Do any independent research on the subject that may be necessary or desirable. 3. Produce a reaction paper that meets the academic requirements to wit:

a. All submissions must be typed on a Word document, double-spaced, using 12-point Times New Roman font.

b. Put class, name, and date at top 1st page

c. Students may not submit course work from other classes.

d. Papers should exhibit originality, content, clarity, and proper use of references.

e. Papers must be submitted through canvas before or on the paper’s due date

Question 1092  Ethics of Means and Ends

Due Week 9 and worth 50 points Write a half to one (1/2 to 1) page (150 to 275 words) journal entry in which you: Explain the concerning means and ends that you would apply if you had a role as the chief of police in your hometown. Complete the page requirement.

The specific course learning outcome(s) associated with this assignment are: Analyze the ethical issues involved with balancing means and ends in the criminal justice field. Write clearly and concisely about ethics and lea

Question 1093 Drafting a Defence Statement

The instructions, which you must follow, are set out on page 2 of the bundle (document 1). To confirm, you are just drafting the defence statement for the defendant, Geoffrey THATCHER.

Your work should be anonymous, the signature that should go at the end of the defence statement is that of your client, not you. 1000 words.

Question 1093 Crime and Geographical Profiling

Do any independent research on the subject that may be necessary or desirable. 3. Produce a reaction paper that meets the academic requirements, to wit:

a. All submissions must be typed on a Word document, double-spaced, using 12-point Times New Roman font.

b. Put class, name, and date at top 1st page

c. Students may not submit course work from other classes.

d. Papers should exhibit originality, content, clarity, and proper use of references.

e. Papers must be submitted through canvas before or on the paper’s due date.

REACTION PAPER GUIDANCE GOAL: Show that you understand the thesis, main ideas, and supporting ideas in the material you are writing about, then state it in your own words.

Then apply the material to our course work and offer your opinion. The paper consists of two parts: PART 1 Identify all of the “basic information: about the material that you can, including: • the author of the material, the title of the material;

• the topic or subject of the material—for example, “The study of security” or “The concepts of security.” In other words, tell what the material is about in a word or a phrase;

• the author’s purpose or motive for producing the material—for example, “to expose the dangerous conditions regarding national security” or “to show how the government is taking measures to increase security”;

• the author’s thesis statement (might be similar to the purpose, but not necessarily).

PART 2 Write about what you gained from reading the material including: How does this material apply to our coursework thus far. How does this material apply to current events.

What the author is trying to convey in the material. YOUR opinion about what the material says, in your own language. The reaction paper should be no less than 500 words. Double spaced and written to a college level work product.

Question 1094  crime investigation

Read the news article Violent restaurant robberies evoke memories of similar rash in 1996, when 3 workers were killed in 10 days by Adam Ferrise: Violent Restaurant Robberies Please answer the following questions:

What are the pitfalls of not notifying residents about area robberies? How can the lack of notification hinder the investigative process? What steps could business owners take to protect themselves?

Do you believe the criminal justice failed the victims and the community? Why or why not? *****300 WORDS PLS!!!! THE LINK TO THE ARTICLE IS: https://www.cleveland.com/metro/2014/02/violent_restaurant_robberies_e.htm

Question 1095 Field Interview

Project 2—Field Interview: Overview As part of your role as a system-based advocate, you have been asked to assess the officers’ and other community based partners’ understanding of crime victims’ rights through conducting various surveys and individual interviews of cadets that have recently completed the academy.

For your Project 2 you will be interviewing one person in the allowable categories and providing a narrative summary of your analysis of the interviewee’s understanding of the crime victims’ rights movement and the history and evolution of this movement over time.

This analysis will be provided in a 3-5 page paper that addresses the required questions and analysis below. Project 2—Field Interview: Description Allowable interviewee categories: Representative of a victim service organization (can include a victim advocate, case manager, or crime victims’ rights attorney); Prosecutor (within the civilian criminal justice system); Law Enforcement (within the civilian criminal justice system); Judicial Officer (requires that they oversee a criminal docket); or Defense Attorney (within the civilian criminal justice system).

It is important that the candidate you select has enough consistent interaction with crime victims to offer you enough information for your analysis. Following your interview, write a narrative paper that explains your assessment of the person’s work and perspective/knowledge of victims’ rights.

Include analysis on where their perspective is victim centered or could be improved. A large part of this project is for you to see what service providers and system players do on a day-to day-basis and analyze how it impacts their perceptions of victims and/or changes their interactions with victims.

You must include at least five (5) citations to instructional course materials/reading assignments that you have accessed in the course. Incorporating these supportive references into your analysis is key to demonstrating what you are learning in the course and how it helped shaped your analysis during and after the interview. Required information to be included in the paper:

Agency name Contact information for the agency Date the interview was conducted Agency mission/goals Name of person(s) interviewed Type of agency, type/number of staff, and status, e.g., nonprofit, government, faith-based Type of clients served Geographic area served General services provided by agency Challenges the agency faces The representative’s interaction with victims and the point at which she or he comes in contact with victims Agency activities during a “normal day” Required analysis to include in the paper:

The required information is offered for you to use as the starting point for your interview. The following questions should be addresses somewhere in the analysis that you provide in your narrative:

How does the interviewee view the role of the victim in the pursuit of criminal justice (use the specific crime topic you picked in your Project 1) What is the interviewee’s opinion of the efficiency and effectiveness of the prevailing victims’ rights laws in their jurisdiction?

If there are no codified provisions for victims’ rights by statute or court rule, why do they believe no such consideration exists? To what does the interviewee attribute the absence or reluctance of victims to participate in the criminal justice processes?

What is the interviewee’s understanding of crime victims’ rights and the history of this movement? Formatting Requirements: Project 2 should begin with an introductory paragraph and end with a concluding paragraph.

The full narrative should be between 3 to 5 full pages (not including the Works Cited page that references in APA format the five (5) selected course materials you used). The layout should include double spaces, 12 pt. font, with one inch margins that include first line indentation. Please include a Cover Page for your assignment with the following elements: Include your name Course title and number Project title Interviewee category selected Date of submission

Question 1096  Video Critique Assessment

Please view the Forensic Factor videos in their entirety. 1. Create a minimum of 1 page typed Word document which fully answers the following questions:

What made sense in the video?

What was clear? What did not make sense in the video?

What was confusing? How does the video illustrate what we have discussed in the course?

What is you overall impression of the video and why do you feel this way?

videos are: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K8VZs9iS0Rg https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5thGRqfx3-U https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cHTaa72gugM NO PLAGARISM ACCEPETED!

Question 1097 Theft and White-Collar Crime

Bernie Madoff Watch the following video The Madoff Affair, Frontline (55 min.) https://www.pbs.org/wgbh/frontline/film/madoff/ then provide a brief answer to the following questions:

The Madoff Affair Video You may conduct further research on these cases, if you’d like. (Be familiar with the questions so that you can answer them as you watch the video.) (Number your responses.)

1. What is a Ponzi scheme?

2. What is a feeder fund?

3. How did Fairfield Greenwich make its money?

4. Is it customary for a feeder fund to be able to keep all client fees?

5. What effect did this fee arrangement with Madoff Securities have on other fund managers around the world?

6. How did the Fairfield Greenwich fund “take Madoff global”?

7. What was the condition Mr. Madoff imposed on people marketing his investments? Why do you think he did this?

8. When investors received their statements, what responsibility did they have to review and understand them? What signs could they have picked up on to alert them to potential problems?

9. What kind of “due diligence” did the feeder funds, such as Fairfield Greenwich, do? What didn’t they do? Why were they sued by their clients?

10. Starting in 2001, whistleblower Harry Markopolos alerted the SEC three times to the likelihood that Bernard Madoff was running a Ponzi scheme. Why do you think the SEC didn’t act on this information until 2006?

11. After the SEC cleared Bernard Madoff in its 2006 investigation, Harry Markopolos took his evidence to The Wall Street Journal, which did not publish it. What reasons can you think of as to why?

12. To what extent do you think the SEC did or did not do its job?

13. What was the final straw that uncovered the Madoff Ponzi scheme

Question 1098 Vehicle Thefts and Related Offences

Read the below article and/or view the video: Juvenile Auto Thief Article https://www.wjhg.com/home/headlines/12-Year-Old-Accused-of-Grand-Theft-Auto-Will-Likely-Not-Serve-Jail-Time-270560991.html Please answer the following questions:

1. Do you believe the justice system is working? Why or why not?

2. Should the 12-year-old boy (Michael Propst) serve “jail” time versus juvenile detention? Explain.

3. Why do you believe the mother thinks it is the police department’s fault that her son keeps getting arrested?

4. How would you recommend this case be handled?

Question 1099 Courtroom Experience Paper

Courtroom Experience Paper: Each student must visit a criminal courtroom proceeding (in the Superior Court or Municipal Court).

In addition to observing the proceedings, the student should request to speak to the courtroom personnel (judge, attorneys, bailiff, court reporter, clerk, etc.) about their professional experiences.

The paper should describe and compare the courtroom experiences and how these experiences were similar to or differed from classroom discussions, the course textbook and popular media portrayals. The paper should be typewritten, single-spaced, and at least 2 pages in length.

Question 1100 assignment for law

Make sure to cite the case law from the assigned meetings in answering the following cases. Please do your best to use original cases.

a. Describe the Quid Pro Quo type of sexual harassment and circumstances that would qualify as such. Then name and describe one case that illustrates it.

b. Describe the Hostile Environment type of sexual harassment and circumstances that would qualify as such. Then name and describe one case that illustrates it.

c. Which is the more prevalent type of harassment? Do you think one is worse than the other?

Question 1101 Employment labor

ART I The week’s assignment concerns briefing a case from the readings. You can pick any case from the readings. You must pick an actual court case and give the citation.

The brief should concern a legal case that is relevant to the following Week 5 Agency, Employment or Labor Law, objectives. Brief the case. Use the IRAC methodology.

Discuss the: I: Issue R: Rule A: Analysis C: Conclusion The brief is followed by discussion of whether you agrees or disagree with the court opinion and why. Please put this in a separate paragraph.

PART II When the brief is completed and in paragraph or two discuss how the legal concepts in the selected case can be applied within a business managerial setting. In other words, explain how the rule discussed in the case have impacted the industry in past and what you see for the future.

In your answer discuss the positive and negative effect the case law has made on the industry. The paper is a minimum 1,200 words in length. Resources

Question 1102 Marty essay

Part II. Essay Marty, sex (male), national origin (English), works as a welder at Plymouth Naval Shipyard, a private company in Virginia. Marty has worked for Plymouth for 35 years, ever since he graduated from high school.

Plymouth is the manufacturer and repair of naval ships and submarines and employs 3000 employees. When Marty first started working for Plymouth, he was a “top-notch” welder, a real “go-getter.”

His job required him to walk up ramps, climb ladders, and to climb scaffolds to weld the higher places of the ship. Plymouth Naval Shipyard had a policy of not placing any employees on light duty. All welders performed the full duties of his/her job.

In January 2011, Marty suffered a permanent injury to his right leg. Thereafter, he walked with a limp and was required to use a walker. Marty could no longer perform the full duties of his job as a welder. Marty’s supervisor, Frank, allowed Marty to weld the lower parts of the ships and did not require him to weld the higher places of ships. Marty and Frank had worked with each other for a long time and often hunted and fished together.

Isabella, sex (female), national origin (Kenyan), also works as a welder at Plymouth Naval Shipyard. In February 2013, Isabella became pregnant. Isabella gave her supervisor, Frank, a doctor’s note, which stated Isabella should be placed on light duty and could not work near toxic substances.

Frank told Isabella that Plymouth did not allow employees to work light duty. Frank told Isabella that she could take a boat back to Kenya or return when she lost her accent and her Kenyan clothes.

Plymouth placed Isabella on unpaid leave until she was able to perform the full duties of her job. Isabella filed a complaint with the EEOC alleging that Plymouth committed gender discrimination and national origin discrimination. You are legal counsel for Plymouth.

Explain in detail whether Plymouth committed gender discrimination and national origin discrimination. In your essay, include:

1) explanation of all applicable laws and legal theories;

2) facts supporting or opposing gender discrimination, and

3) facts supporting or opposing national origin discrimination.

Question 1103 Employment labor

ART I The week’s assignment concerns briefing a case from the readings. You can pick any case from the readings.

You must pick an actual court case and give the citation. The brief should concern a legal case that is relevant to the following Week 5 Agency, Employment or Labor Law, objectives. Brief the case.

Use the IRAC methodology. Discuss the: I: Issue R: Rule A: Analysis C: Conclusion The brief is followed by discussion of whether you agrees or disagree with the court opinion and why.

Please put this in a separate paragraph. PART II When the brief is completed and in paragraph or two discuss how the legal concepts in the selected case can be applied within a business managerial setting.

In other words, explain how the rule discussed in the case have impacted the industry in past and what you see for the future. In your answer discuss the positive and negative effect the case law has made on the industry. The paper is a minimum 1,200 words in length. Resources

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Hanson Construction has an operating cycle of 9 months. On December 31, 2019, Hanson has the…

Hanson Construction has an operating cycle of 9 months. On December 31, 2019, Hanson has the following assets and liabilities:

  1. A note receivable in the amount of $1,200 to be collected in 6 months
  2. Cash totaling $500
  3. Accounts payable totaling $1,500, all of which will be paid within 2 months
  4. Accounts receivable totaling $12,000, including an account for $8,000 that will be paid in 2 months and an account for $4,000 that will be paid in 18 months
  5. Construction supplies costing $8,800, all of which will be used in construction within the next 12 months
  6. Construction equipment costing $60,000, on which depreciation of $22,400 has accumulated
  7. A note payable to the bank in the amount of $7,600 is to be paid within the next year

Bbernasol_Fundamental and Technical Analysis_042022.pptx 

I submitted this PowerPoint presentation and my instructor’s feedback:Thanks for the submission.

Your presentation thoroughly explained the similarities and differences between fundamental and technical analyses using three or more relevant examples. However, there were no examples of equations used for company analysis. Next time, include equations such as return on equity calculations or return it asset calculations and discuss them for full credit.

Score: three.

The presentation was organized and balanced, professionally presented with minimal errors, used audience-specific language and tone, and was fun to read. This was evident with the submission of a well-prepared PowerPoint presentation.

Score: four.

The notes area on each slide was used to expand on fundamental and technical analyses with substantial explanations and examples. Also, the submission included a reference page. This was evident with the request for the PowerPoint presentation with the completed notes section on the reference page.

Score: four.

Overall score: three.

**PLEASE REMEMBER… you are allowed three submissions!!

 

I can still re-submit for a chance of getting a higher score. Pls, Help. Thanks

Have found that Kaiser’s accounts receivable (A/R) = $111.1 million….

Have found that Kaiser’s accounts  receivable (A/R) = $111.1 million.
If Kaiser could reduce its DSO from 40.55 days to 30.4 days while holding other things constant, how much cash would it generate?
If this cash were used to buy back common stock (at book value), thus reducing common equity, how would this affect
(1) the ROE,
(2) the ROA, and
(3) the total debt/total assets ratio?

Under what circumstances is an investment that is taxed each period at capital gains rates…

Under what circumstances is an investment that is taxed each period at capital gains rates preferred to an SPDA contract taxed at ordinary rates on investment income but only at the point of liquidation? When is Savings Vehicle IV (income deferred and taxed at capital gains rates at the point of liquidation) preferred to an SPDA?

Which one of the following is a type of private equity strategy? Select one:

Which one of the following is a type of private equity strategy? Select one: A.Underwriting B.Stock shorting C.Controlled buyouts D.Moving average analysis

Kelsey Drums, Inc., is a well-established supplier of fine percussion instruments to orchestras…

Kelsey Drums, Inc., is a well-established supplier of fine percussion instruments to orchestras all over the United States. The company’s class A common stock has paid a dividend of $15.00 per share per year for the last 12 years. Management expects to continue to pay at that rate for the foreseeable future. Sally Talbot purchased 200 shares of Kelsey class A common 8 years ago at a time when the required rate of return for the stock was 14%. She wants to sell her shares today. The current required rate of return for the stock is 7%.
How much capital gain or loss will she have on her shares?

The default rate of Demurrage Associates’ new customers has been running at 10%.

The average sale for each new customer amount to $800, generating a present value of profit of $100 and a 40% chance of a second-order next year. The default rate on a second order is 2%. If the interest rate is 9%, what is the expected profit from each new customer? (Examine only the first 2 periods of potential orders.

Robert Blanding’s employer offers its workers an optional two-month unpaid vacation after 7 years…

Robert Blanding’s employer offers its workers an optional two-month unpaid vacation after 7 years of service to the firm. Robert, who just started working for the firm, plans to spend his vacation touring Europe at an estimated cost of RM 24,000. To finance his trip, Robert plans to make an annual deposit of RM 2,500 into a savings account at the end of each of the next seven years (the first deposit will occur one year from today). The account pays 8% annual interest.

a. Will Robert’s account balance in seven years be enough to pay for his trip?

b. Suppose Robert increases his annual deposit to RM 2,700. How large will his account balance be in 7 years?

Securities D, E and F have the following characteristics with respect to expected return,…1 answer below »

Securities D, E and F have the following characteristics with respect to expected return, standard deviation and correlation coefficients.

 

Security Expected Return Standard Deviation Correlation Coefficient D – E D – F E – F

D 0.08 0.02 0.4 0.6

E 0.15 0.16 0.4 0.8

F 0.12 0.08 0.6 0.8

 

REQUIRED:

Compute the expected rate of return and standard deviation of a portfolio comprised of equal investment in each security.

Does following the residual theory of dividends lead to a stable dividend? Is this…1 answer below »

Does following the residual theory of dividends lead to a stable dividend? Is this approach consistent with dividend relevance? How do you explain the issues of clientele effect on dividend policy? Justify the theories of dividends with the values of the firm. Contrast the basic arguments about dividend policy advanced by MM and by Gordon. How do you relate this to the real world? Explain in detail and support yourself with practical evidence

Grand Banks Mining Inc. plans a project to strip mine a wilderness area. Setting up operations…

Grand Banks Mining Inc. plans a project to strip mine a wilderness area. Setting up operations and initial digging will cost $5 million. The first year’s operations are expected to be slow and net a positive cash flow of only $500,000. Then there will be four years of $2 million cash flows after which the ore will run out. Closing the mine and restoring the environment in the sixth year will cost $1 million. Calculate the project’s NPV at a cost of capital of 12% and the IRR to the nearest whole percent.

Suppose Leonard, Nixon, & Shull Corporation s projected free cash flow for next year is…

Suppose Leonard, Nixon, & Shull Corporation s projected free cash flow for next year is $100,000, and FCF is expected to grow at a constant rate of 6%. If the company s weighted average cost of capital is 11%, what is the value of its operations?

Answer

$1,714,750

$1,805,000

$1,900,000

$2,000,000

$2,100,000

 

Identify four examples of what would be considered fraudulent behavior in regard to the company…

  1. Identify four examples of what would be considered fraudulent behavior in regard to company finances.
  2. Identify the requirements for audited accounts and the purpose of an audit report.
  3. Describe the principle of cash accounting as well as one advantage and one disadvantage of cash accounting.
  4. Describe the principle of accrual accounting and one advantage and one disadvantage of accrual accounting.
  5. Explain the four main taxation and superannuation obligations for a business. Briefly discuss each obligation.
  6. Identify the Act that details requirements for financial reporting and auditing and, explain the requirements for companies for preparing and lodging financial reports under this Act.
  7. Explain the requirements for registered foreign companies regarding preparing and lodging financial reports.
  8. Identify the current company tax rate for both smaller and larger businesses.
  9. Explain the process by which a business reports GST to the Australian Tax Office.
  10. Identify the penalty rate to be applied if a supplier does not provide an ABN?
  11. A non-profit organization needs to register for GST after it has a turnover of more than how much?
  12. Explain the difference in  Pay As You Go withholding obligations for employees and contractors.

prepare a Marketing Report based on a real-world marketing problem: Paramount +…

prepare a Marketing Report based on a real-world marketing problem: Paramount + has recently entered the streaming services market, thereby taking market share away from Netflix. What should Netflix do about this? You should undertake your own external and internal research on the company. You will then need to develop a SWOT/TOWS for the company. Based on your SWOT/TOWS, you will present a one-pager with 3-5 key recommendations the client can use to solve their issue. Note who your audience is – they already understand the company and have a high level of understanding of business concepts.

A. From the financial statements above compute two ratios from each category of ratios…1 answer below »

  1. From the financial statements above compute two ratios from each category of ratios for the two years
  1. Liquidity
  2. Solvency or debt
  3. Profitability
  4. Efficiency or asset management
  5. Investment

B.  Make at least two recommendations as to how the company can improve its performance.

Michael has the opportunity to buy a real estate for $150 000 which he expects to be able to sell…

Michael has the opportunity to buy a real estate for $150 000 which he expects to be able to sell at $200 000 next period. Let’s assume for simplicity that he lives for only two periods: young and old. His income when young is $200 000 and $100 000 when old. Michael can borrow and lend at a 7% interest rate per period. a) What is the NPV of this investment opportunity? Plot Michael’s budget constraint with and without investment b) If Michael buys the property what is the effect on his present consumption if he keeps all future consumption unchanged c) What financial transactions are necessary to achieve this d) What is the maximum price Michael is willing to pay for the real estate? e) Should Michael buy the land?

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Question 1051  Law

Instructions: Before you conduct the interview, submit a short proposal to your instructor in the template provided in this assignment. Your proposal will tell your instructor who you plan on interviewing, the questions you will ask (at least 10), and a summary of the research conducted for the interview. Your proposal is due by the end of Unit 6.

Download the proposal template and submit your completed template by the end of Unit 6. Tips for Conducting Personal Interviews Prior to conducting your interview, review the KU Writing Center resource, Tips for Conducting Personal Interviews.

Source: Tips for Conducting Personal Interviews: KU Writing Center. Retrieved from https://kucampus.kaplan.edu/MyStudies/AcademicSupportCenter/WritingCenter/WritingReferenceLibrary/TheWritingProcess/TipsforConductingPersonalInterviews.aspx Interview Schedule your interview early so you have enough time to complete the Final Project by Unit 8. During your interview, take notes on the answers the professional gives to your questions. You will use your notes to write your summary, and you will attach your notes as an Appendix to your final project.

Required Criteria: In addition to fulfilling the specifics of the Assignment, a successful paper must also meet the following criteria: Length should be 1-2 pages, excluding cover page and references page.

Double-spaced and in a 12-point font Viewpoint and purpose should be clearly established and sustained Assignment should follow the conventions of Standard American English (correct grammar, punctuation, etc.). Writing should be well ordered, logical and unified, as well as original and insightful.

Your work should display superior content, organization, style, and mechanics. Appropriate citation style should be followed. Grading Please review the Assignment grading rubric in Course Documents for more information on how your assignment will be graded.

Question 1052 Political/Government Event Report

Political/Government Event Report For the Unit 6 Assignment you will compose a 500 word essay based upon your observations of a political or governmental meeting, speech, gathering, or similar activity that concerns either civil rights or civil liberties.

You will need to first identify an activity that you will be able to attend. Examples of relevant activities include political speeches, town/city council meetings, school board meetings, political rallies or protests, public forums, or any similar activity that include topics pertinent to either civil liberties or civil rights. If you have any questions regarding the viability of the activity that you have in mind, contact the instructor.

Though it is not preferable, you may choose to view a recorded version of the activity (speeches, Congressional proceedings, political rallies, and similar events are often available online) if your schedule precludes you from attending a “live” event. Within a 500 Word essay please include: An introduction. Describe the observed political event in detail, including the environment and people involved.

Describe how the event is directly related to the study of civil liberties or civil rights and how one may better understand these topics by attending a similar event. Make note of any aspects of the event that seemed confusing to you and/or any questions that came to mind during the observation. Support your answer(s) with information obtained from the text and at least one academic source.

A conclusion. Correct grammar and syntax APA format The Assignment should be at least 500 words, and must use and cite the text and primary documents as sources. Cite the work internally and in full reference at the end, following APA style guidelines. Citation is important to build the definitions, demonstrate your research, and to make it clear which ideas are yours and which are from the source.

Check with the KU Writing Center for APA style tips and assistance. https://kucampus.kaplan.edu/MyStudies/AcademicSupportCenter/ WritingCenter/WritingReferenceLibrary/ResearchCitationAndPlagiarism/Index.aspx Turnitin Analysis A special feature is available to help you with reviewing your Unit 6 Assignment for plagiarism. When you submit your Assignment to the Unit 6 Dropbox, your Assignment will automatically be analyzed by the plagiarism detection tool, Turnitin.

Soon after you submit your Assignment, you will be able to view the Turnitin Originality Report. Originality Reports provide a summary of matching or highly similar text found in a submitted paper. When an Originality Report is available for viewing, an icon will appear in the report column of the Assignment Inbox.

Originality Reports are only available in the InBox. For this reason, you will need to download the report prior to the grading of the Unit 6 Assignment. To do this, click on the print icon at the bottom of the Originality Report. This will prepare a readable, PDF version of the Originality Report that you can save to your computer.

Submitting Your Assignment When you are ready to submit it, go to the Unit 6 Dropbox and complete the steps below: Click the link that says Submit an Assignment. In the Submit to Basket menu, select Unit 6: Dropbox. In the Comments field, make sure to add at least the title of your paper. Click the Add Attachments button. Follow the steps listed to attach your Word document.

Question 1053 Seductions of Crime

Watch the short news clip and read about the Colorado movie theater shooting on the ABC News website: “Colorado Movie Theatre Shooting: Suspect Bought 4 Guns, 6,000 Rounds of Ammunition in Past 60 Days.” How can criminological theory help shed light on this incident?

In a 1 – 2 page double-spaced Word document, summarize the “Seductions of Crime” theory, then explain how it applies in the Colorado movie theatre shooting incident.

You may use your textbook and/or the resources below: “Why Bad Looks Good” (Wendy Patrick, Psychology Today) “Katz, Jack: Seductions of Crime” (Encyclopedia of Criminological Theory) If you use the exact words from online sources or your textbook, put those words in quotes (“like this”) and give information about your source in parentheses right afterward. Include a list of all the sources you used at the end of your paper

 

 

Question 1054 R. v. Davis, [1970] 3 C.C.C. 260

Research the assigned case give a synopsis of the case including the four w’s describe the photographs in question and their relevance to the charge what were the grounds for the defense’s objection to the photos being admitted as evidence? what was the final outcome determined by the court? what can be learn from this case with respect to entering photos into court?

Question 1055 Pleas read instructions carefully

Political Ideology For the Unit 8 Assignment you will compose a 500 word essay based on your political ideology. By now, you have gained some insight regarding political ideologies and how they are applied to American government. Now, you will turn your attention to yourself by determining your own political philosophy. Many Americans claim that they belong to a certain party, or follow a certain ideology, without ever taking the time to figure out if that assessment is really accurate.

For this Assignment, you will want to explain the origins of the political ideology with which you are aligned. You will then consider how this ideology impacts you, and discuss its prospects for future political success. When you consider the origins of the ideology you chose, you will want to explain when, how, and why you identify with this particular ideology. Within a 500 Word essay please include:

An introduction.Were you surprised by the political ideology to which you belong? Why or why not? What are the origins of that political ideology? What are your ideology’s prospects for future political success? Do you anticipate that the percentage of adults/ registered voters aligned with the same political ideology as you are likely to increase or decrease in the near future? How might this ideological group impact political parties and elections?

Support your answer(s) with information obtained from the text and at least two academic sources. A conclusion. Correct grammar and syntax APA format The Assignment should be at least 500 words, and must use and cite the text and primary documents as sources.

Cite the work internally and in full reference at the end, following APA style guidelines. Citation is important to build the definitions, demonstrate your research, and to make it clear which ideas are yours and which are from the source.

Question 1056 Interview of a Legal Professional

Final Project: Interview of a Legal Professional Course Outcomes: LS100-3: Differentiate the various responsibilities and career requirements for roles within the legal system. LS100-4:

Describe the professional and ethical qualities needed to be employed in a law-related field. GEL-1.2: Demonstrate college-level communication through the composition of original materials in Standard English. PC-3.1:

Conduct oneself to reflect the professional characteristics and culture of a given work setting. Instructions: Your Final Project, Interview a Legal Professional consists of the following components, which should be completed as you progress through the course: Select an individual working in the legal field to interview and contact such individual to schedule a day and time for the interview, which should be conducted in person or by phone. Draft at least ten substantive questions to ask your interviewee (see required criteria below). Conduct the interview.

Take substantive notes of your interviewee’s responses to each of the questions you ask to create transcripts of the interview. Write a 2-page reflective summary of the interview, describing the key information you learned from the interview regarding your interviewee’s career, educational requirements for the position, the types of tasks or duties that are part of your interviewee’s position, and ethical issues your interviewee has encountered and how he or she has resolved such issues.

In addition, describe whether this interview has confirmed your interest in pursuing this particular position or area of law and sum up what you have gained from conducting this interview.

Required Criteria: In addition to fulfilling the specifics of this assignment set forth in the above instructions, a successful final project must also meet the following criteria: Length of your Final Project should be 3 – 4 pages (double-spaced, 12-point font), excluding cover page and references page. You should have 1 – 2 pages of transcripts (notes from the interview), listing the 10 questions asked and summaries of your interviewee’s responses to each question and a 2 page reflective summary.

Your 10 interview questions must be substantive and designed to engage your interviewee and encourage him or her to provide plenty of information. Your questions must address the following topics at a minimum: Educational requirements for the position A typical day on the job – daily tasks and duties Ethical problems encountered and how your interviewee resolved such problems Best aspects of the job and worst aspects (if any) Be creative and design your questions in a way that will encourage your interviewee to speak from the heart and provide you with plenty of useful information.

Viewpoint and purpose should be clearly established and sustained Assignment should follow the conventions of Standard American English (correct grammar, punctuation, etc.) Writing should be well-ordered, logical and unified, as well as original and insightful Your work should display superior content, organization, style, and mechanics, and Appropriate citation style should be followed.

Suggestions: Do not wait until last minute to schedule the interview. Schedule it as soon as possible and make sure to build in time for possible rescheduling. Interview someone who has a career that interests you so you can use this opportunity to learn more details about this particular position or area of law.

Contact your professor for additional ideas in choosing an individual to interview. Really think about the questions you are going to ask and use the interview as an opportunity to learn more about the legal field.

* If you are a student in the Environmental Policy and Management degree program, please note that for purposes of this project, you may opt to interview a professional in the environmental policy and management field, such as an Environmental Protection Specialist, Environmental Compliance Officer, an employee of the Environmental Protection Agency, etc. Grading Please review the Assignment grading rubric in Course Documents for more information on how your assignment will be graded.

Question 1057   Corporate Fraud

Research any corporate crime worldwide outline what happened who were the victim(s) and if there was any criminal penalties. resources must be listed and can include newspapers, internet or information obtained from library. when you find the case please tell me who you’ve decided to write about.

Question 1058 Hypothetical Scenario

Jane is a 12th grade student at Random Public School District. Jane is 17 years old and 8 months pregnant. She is also the class valedictorian.  For as long as anyone can remember, the class valedictorian has been given the opportunity to address their class and the audience at the graduation ceremony.

Graduation is next week. Rumours are going around school that Jane plans to say some controversial things at graduation. The high school principal was told by others that Jane has a copy of the speech in her locker. Without asking Jane, the high school principal opens Jane’s unlocked locker, digs through some papers and finds the speech.

He reads through it and it goes into great detail how she was raped by a male student 8 months ago and then cites several Bible verses and states that abortion is a sin. The principal has asked you what to do. Identify and discuss the potential legal issues for the school and provide an opinion as to whether Random Public School District has any potential legal liability.

Also provide an opinion as to what the principal should do, assuming you cannot contact an attorney. In your discussion, please be sure to list cases, statutes, and/or areas of the Constitution that may apply.

Question 1059 Police body camera

Discussion Topic #2 Follow the link to an article on Police Body Cameras: What do you see? The New York Times.

This article discusses the use of body worn cameras by police and the viewpoint and bias by which we view the footage of police/citizen encounters. Read the article and answer the surveys as you do.

Discuss your results, your perceptions prior to viewing the videos and taking the surveys and if you agree or disagree with the research. https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2016/04/01/us/police-bodycam-video.html Instructions for this assignment: One page in length, Double spaced,12-point, Times New Roman font. In addition, you must provide a response to 2 of your fellow students’ posts. Please be polite, constructive and follow the “Netiquitte Rules” in your responses. 12 12

Question 1060  Police Body Cameras

Follow the link to an article on Police Body Cameras: What do you see? The New York Times. This article discusses the use of body worn cameras by police and the viewpoint and bias by which we view the footage of police/citizen encounters. Read the article and answer the surveys as you do.

Discuss your results, your perceptions prior to viewing the videos and taking the surveys and if you agree or disagree with the research.

LINK TO VIDEO BELOW https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2016/04/01/us/police-bodycam-video.html Instructions for this assignment: One page in length, Double spaced,12-point, Times New Roman font. In addition, you must provide a response to 2 of your fellow students’ posts. Please be polite, constructive and follow the “Netiquitte Rules” in your responses.

Question 1061 Narrated PowerPoint

Creating Sunburst: Legal and Organisational Considerations Ravi, who has a degree from State University in mechanical engineering, was previously employed by a start-up firm in New York City.

He worked long hours for little pay, but when the business sold, his stock options paid off. As a result, he now has some time and $100,000 to invest in Sunburst. More importantly, Ravi has the knowledge and know-how to setup and manage production. Tanya, a friend you met through your alumni association, has a degree in marketing and has a few years of experience working in marketing roles.

The three of you agree to form the start-up team for Sunburst. The team estimates that it will take approximately two years to develop Sunburst into a marketable product, but that once the product is on the market, there is excellent growth potential.

You know that you will need additional investors and expertise to get the business off the ground. You need to develop a plan for a business form that will be attractive to potential investorshttps://www.homeworknest.com/index.php and partners, and will address their concerns. Finance and politics are not your strong suits, and you aren’t very interested in the day-to-day business operations of Sunburst—you’d rather spend most of your time inventing new products.

The start-up team believes that the business will need someone with finance skills. You also need a visionary CEO. Ideally, this person should have connections and experience in the solar industry. You have asked Elon Helios, a forward-thinking figure in the solar energy field, who is known for being a rainmaker. Helios has expressed some interest, but it will take significant incentives to get him on board.

Although Tanya has little money to invest, she has excellent networking skills, and she has found a potential investor, Carmen Santiago, who thinks that the product may have potential. Santiago does not want to be involved in running the business. Ravi has identified a good candidate with finance experience.

This individual does not want to invest in the company, but he would expect a good salary and benefits. The team has created a tentative business plan, which has two target stages: The first stage involves local (geographical region) manufacturing with a focus on local solar energy providers; the second stage will begin five years from start-up, at which point the business will expand nationally (or possibly internationally) targeting the market of all potential solar energy customers.

The potential investors and participants want to know what legal form the business will take before they agree to participate. Your task is to prepare a presentation for the potential investors.

Question 1062 Write 2 case briefs

ASSIGNMENT: You will need to submit 2 different case briefs. Locate a copy of the Supreme Court Reports.

This government document may be found in the DSC LRC, or, your county’s law library, or, your local public library, or, go to a lawyer you know who has a copy, or, go to the internet. The following are excellent internet sites:

Hieros Gamos – http://www.hg.org/ First Gov – http://www.firstgov.gov/ US Supreme Court – http://www.supremecourtus.gov/ Cornell Law School – http://www.lawschool.cornell.edu/ Choose two cases from volumes 350 through the latest volume.

DO NOT CHOOSE CASES PRIOR TO VOLUME 350. THEY WILL BE RETURNED UNGRADED. After you have selected the two cases, READ THEM. Then write a brief of each. Hint: Cases dealing with issues involving the Bill of Rights are usually clearer and shorter.

Freedom of speech, press, assembly, right to counsel, protections against illegal searches and seizures are usually the easiest cases to do. Cases involving the commerce clause, or bankruptcy or some other issues may be long and involved with no clear-cut issues. However, each student should feel free to choose any two cases that seem desirable. I’ve also attached a file on “How to brief a case”.

Question 1063  PROTOCOL

Every community that faces a tragedy responds by forming a blue ribbon committee to study the circumstances of the situation and propose solutions to prevent a similar occurrence.

However, few blue ribbon committees are successful in completing their assignment. If they were successful, society would experience a decrease in these incidents or the severity when these are unavoidable. Case in point: How many hurricanes will the United States have to face before we truly learn from previous experiences?

How many spring thaw floods does the United States have to experience in order to learn how to protect the public? The answer: Tenacity to keep examining and identifying systemic failures, and constructing proactive responses from every relevant discipline.

Identification of all the audiences that need to be questioned and informed. Communication of these findings and proactive responses beyond the borders of the victimized community. Promulgation of policy, protocol, and legislation to force proactive response.

Effective oversight. In this assignment, complete the following: Synthesize and describe a communication strategy that effectively communicates with all the audiences, gathers and compiles relevant information, and initiates collaboration.

Identify all the different stakeholders that must be included in the discussions. Explain how policy, protocol and legislative changes will be promoted. Recommend an effective oversight structure.

Question 1064 Rodney King Case

Give your views on ….1. How this case impacted policing from a CONFLICT standpoint 2. Could it have been handled better ? 3. Were the police officers WRONGLY/CORRECTLY convicted ? 4. What is the most important “TAKEAWAY” from this case ?. NB: video can be found on youtube or can be provided

Question 1065 Executive Summary

Complete a one- to two-page executive summary to include in your final portfolio. The executive summary should provide an overview of your final portfolio, introduce each of its elements, and provide a brief outline of your final proposal.

Prepare this assignment according to the APA guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. An abstract is not required. Additionally, you will be posting your executive summary to your CLC Discussion Forum for peer review during Module 4.

Question 1066 Legal Environment of Health and Safety

CRITICALLY DISCUSS THE PRINCIPLES OF LAW THE PURPOSE AND INFLUENCE OF THE UNITED NATIONS AND THE ILO THE PROCESS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION OF INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS, Please, I don’t want academic writing, write based on your understanding, write the way you speak, make it clear and simple. for information use” ilo.org” website. references must be Harvard style

Question 1067 Legal, Social, & Ethical Aspects of Business

This question comes from the chapter 4 end of chapter Business Scenarios. Please discuss in great detail, making sure that you incorporate the appropriate concepts from chapter 4.

Please remember to use correct grammar and proper sentence structure. Here is the scenario: A Georgia state law requires the use of contoured rear-fender mudguards on trucks and trailers operating within Georgia state lines.

The statute further makes it illegal for trucks and trailers to use straight mudguards. In approximately thirty-five other states, straight mudguards are legal. Moreover, in Florida, straight mudguards are explicitly required by law.

There is some evidence (not much) suggesting that contoured mudguards might be a little safer than straight mudguards. Discuss whether this Georgia statute violates any constitutional provisions. Be specific. Explain fully.

Question 1068 Case Intepretation

The cases this week bring together the majority of the doctrinal points and interpretive methodologies we have covered this semester. Discuss each case in terms of the following.

What interpretive strategies are used by the majority and dissent, and are they used appropriately or do they come to overly broad conclusions? What facts are important to reaching each decision? Do you think that the court came to the right decision in each case?

Spend the bulk of your paper with the first two questions, using the third simply to conclude each micro-analysis. Your paper should be 4-5 double spaced pages, in a standard 12-point font. Cases that need to be interpreted, • PGA Tour v. Martin 532 US 661 (2001) • Bragdon v. Abbott 524 US 624 (1998) • Abbott v. Bragdon 163 F. 3d. 87 (C.A. 1, 1998

Question 1069 Oman Labour Law on Health and Safety

write based on understanding keep it clear and simple I don’t want academic writing. write the way you speak. Instructions:

CRITICALLY DISCUSS OMANI HEALTH AND SAFETY LEGISLATION AND IT’S CONNECTION TO ILO INTERNATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY STANDARDS: Introduction: Body paraghraph -LABOUR LAW 2012 -MINISTERIAL DECISION 286/2008 OMAN CIVIL DEFENCE LEGISLATION Conclusion references must be in Harvard style needs 1200 words *Kindly find the attachment below to get the information..

Question 1070 Contract for the sale goods

the Assignment type is Contract drafting Assignment. No sources Contract drafting exercise Draft a binding contract between the affected parties that reflects the transaction in this scenario.

The document you prepare must be capable of being signed by the relevant parties and if signed would be enforceable as a contract between the parties. This assignment is worth a total of 20 marks.

Spelling and grammar will be considered in determining your final mark. DEADLINE – March 5th, 2018 at 6 pm SUBMIT THE ASSIGNMENT BY E-MAIL TO tjarmyn@upei.ca Assignment is to be submitted in MS Word (preferable) or PDF. The first line of the assignment should have your name, reply e-mail address and student number.

The subject line of the e-mail sending your assignment should include ‘BUS 301’ and your name. SCENARIO John Smith owns a factory (XYZ Ltd of Toronto Ontario) manufacturing high quality pipe that is treated to withstand temperatures up to 2000 degrees Celsius. The pipe costs $500 per foot to manufacture.

The minimum length of any pipe is 5 feet and the maximum length of the pipe is 10 feet. If any length is cut the integrity of the treatment will be destroyed and the length will be useless as it will not be able to resist the heat.

XYZ Ltd also manufactures corner joints at the cost of $2000 per corner joint. XYZ Ltd’s price must all for a profit of 50% on all orders. The factory is located in Toronto. The shipping time to Charlottetown is one week. John requires that any purchaser pay 25% of the purchase price of any order before he will start manufacturing Payment of a further 40% of the purchase price of any order is required prior to delivery and the remaining 35% must be paid within 30 days of delivery. XYZ limited charges interest at the rate of 15% per annum on any overdue account.

John will not ship product and requires that all purchasers take possession of their order at the factory door. XYZ can manufacture up to 6 corner joints in a week XYZ takes one week to manufacture 50 feet of pipe (in other words if 10 x five foot lengths were ordered it would take one week to manufacture those ten lengths).

Corner joints and pipe can be manufactured at the same time as different machines are used to manufacture each item Fred Johnson owns High Quality Rails Inc (HQR Inc of Charlottetown PEI). HQR has developed a process that takes melted steel (melting point of 1510 degrees) and pours it into rail molds.

However, to do this he has to pipe the liquid steel down two levels and around three corners. Fred has heard John’s pitch regarding the high quality of his treatment process and visited the XYZ Ltd Factory. Based upon the representation regarding the temperature limits of the pipe Fred has concluded that this is the pipe for him. Fred has no issues with the prices that John wants to charge.

HQR Inc will purchase two lots of pipe. It needs the first lot of pipe on site by September 1, 2017 and the second lot of pipe on site by September 21, 2017. Lot 1 will consist of 3 five foot lengths and 4 ten foot lengths plus 6 corner joints Lot 2 will consist of 5 eight foot lengths and 4 corner joints If the first lot of pipe is not delivered by September 1, 2017 then HQR Inc will have lost the contract that forms the basis for the order and Lot 2 will not be necessary. HQR cannot afford to bear any costs if it loses the contract In plain English, draft a contract that reflects this transaction including the protections that are embedded in the statements above.

Question 1071 Anti Discrimination Laws of Employment

Anti-Discrimination Laws Related to Employment Your supervisor has placed you in charge of hiring a new, full-time administrative assistant for your department. Prepare an advertisement for that position that complies with federal law. This advertisement must be detailed.

The minimum length of your job description must be 300 words (approximately three-fourths of a page). You can make up the job details but must include the following: A job description A description of the job duties A description of the minimum qualifications Prepare 10 illegal questions that must not be asked. For each question, be sure to justify your reasoning.

Prepare 10 legal questions that may be asked during the interview. For each question, be sure to justify each question. Submit your two-four-page paper (not including the title and reference pages). Your paper must be formatted to APA style

Question 1072 UNITED STATES foreign policy regarding the spread of disease in Nigeria

This is a complete project has to be a 3 page essay. UNITED STATES foreign policy regarding the spread of disease in Nigeria. One page proposal that talks about UNITED STATES foreign policy regarding the spread of disease in Nigeria and 3 page policy paper on topic on UNITED STATES foreign policy regarding the spread of disease in Nigeria.. listed above. Please see attachments for further instructions

Question 1075 Corrections Case Study

The history of correctional institutions is well-documented. Correctional institutions (jails and prisons) house individuals who are awaiting trial, serving both short and long term sentences. Correctional officers are responsible for the monitoring, treatment and supervision of individuals who have been found guilty by a court of law.

For this assignment, we will take you inside a look at the “2016 Most Violent Prison”. Please review this video now if you haven’t already done so, before beginning Assignment 3.

After reviewing the video, download the Assignment 3 template. Answer the following questions within the template, then upload the completed template to the assignment submission link in Week 10: Describe the main methods Sergeant Baldwin and his staff use to maintain order and safety in the prison.

Take a position on the effectiveness, risks, pros and cons, and ethics of these methods. Choose one (1) of the inmates profiled in this video – Terry Dibble, Simkayta Winfield, Jerico Jones, or Gregory Crowder – and discuss their situation. Explain how they ended up at Statefield, the main issues they described facing, and the methods they use to cope with their time in prison.

Discuss the effect you feel the presence of the active armed guards has on the violence level and overall safety within this prison. Describe the issue of isolation in Statesville presented in this video and the effects connections and contact with outside visitors can have on the prisoners’ mental status. Identify at least two (2) issues that gay inmates here uniquely face.

Identify at least one (1) method of protecting gay inmates against each of these identified issues. Take a position on how you believe conditions at Statefield could be improved. Include at least two (2) specific actions that could be taken to improve conditions (i.e. security and safety, abuse and use of force, isolation, poor food quality, etc.).

Provide a rationale for your position. The specific course learning outcomes associated with this assignment are: Outline the major characteristics and purposes of prisons, including prisoners’ rights and prison society. Summarize the current ethical issues faced by criminal justice professionals and the future of the criminal justice system.

Use technology and information resources to research issues in criminal justice. Grading for this assignment will be based on answer quality, logic / organization of the question responses on the template and language and writing skills, using this rubric.

Question 1076 Case review of Stanislave Galic

topic of international criminal law. quality paper. times new romanl font 11. have these parts: brief FACTS,ISSUES, DECISIONs,FINDINGS, principle laid down (if any) , your COMMENTS ,CONCLUSION ( all based on trial and appleals chamber ,president).new roman times size 11

Question 1077 Stewart v. Dutra

This week you will write a formal legal brief in the case of Stewart v. Dutra, 543 U.S. 481 (2005). Your brief must be structured as follows: CASE NAME AND CITATION: As a header on the first page of your brief, you should state the name of the case, identify each party’s role in the case, and give the full Bluebook style citation to the case.

FACTS: Who did what to whom? Include all facts the court considered significant. Summarize in your own words. DO NOT cut and paste from the opinion. PROCEDURAL HISTORY: Who is asking the court to do what? How did the case procedurally get before this court? ISSUE(S): What question or questions did the court have to answer in order to make their decision? Your issue(s) should be stated in the form of a question.

Make sure you address ALL the issues in the case. HOLDING: Which way did the court answer the questions posed in the issues? What did they decide? REASONING: Why did the court decide the case the way it did? What

did they use or establish? What prior cases did the Court rely upon and why? DECISION: This section gives the Judgment rendered by the court. Describe the final disposition of the case.

Did the court affirm the lower court’s decision, reverse it, and/or remand it for additional proceedings? COMMENTS: Is there anything else that should be mentioned about this case? Is it a “landmark” case? Was the court “divided”? Were there any weaknesses/discrepancies in the court’s opinions? Legal case names should be done in standard “Blue Book” format.

Example: York v. Smith, 65 U.S. 294 (1995). For further info see http://www.law.cornell.edu/citation and look under the “How to Cite” section. There is also a model case brief in the case of Delahanty v. Hinckley that you should review.

The research requirement does NOT apply to this assignment. Just use the case that I have provided. I want the brief to be in your own words, so do NOT include long quotes from the opinion itself. Your brief should be no more than 2 pages in length.

Question 1078 Descriptive Research Worksheet

Complete the Descriptive Research Worksheet. Use the provided Microsoft Excel file resource Data Sheet: Juvenile Probation Data to complete your assignment. Be sure to review the Codebook for the Data Sheet tab to identify the codes on the data sheet for gender, race, county, offense, and substance abuser.

Question 1079  Peer Review and Credibility Assessment

Please read the student essay and answer peer review questions at the end of the essay. Please complete the credibility assessment on a separate sheet only for 4 of the sources the student used. You can pick which 4 to use. instructions are attached, thank you.

Question 1080 Law Assessment

please read all the instructions carefully and it contains A-E parts and each part should have the same words which is mentioned in the file Submission must be in MSWord format (either .docx or .doc).

No other format (even .zip) will be acceptable. Turnitin will be used to assist markers in identifying copying. Improper copying will be penalised whether it is identified by Turnitin or not.

Undergraduate Business Essay Questions.

Undergrad Business Organization EssaysQuestion 1031 Organizational Behaviour

1.2-Participate in a discussion regarding employment relationships. Discuss how these have changed throughout history and what effect this has on an individual’s work/life balance.

Share with your classmates your personal experiences regarding how you minimize conflict between your work and non-work demands. Also discuss your thoughts regarding virtual work, which is another emerging employment relationship trend in the workplace that is often referred to as telecommuting or teleworking, and discuss whether you see this trend as a motivator that may increase employee productivity in the workplace

2.1- Participate in a discussion regarding social identity and stereotyping. Discuss how social identity theory relates to a person’s self-concept. Discuss how categorization, homogenization, and differentiation influence our social perception and include an example of stereotyping that you’ve participated in or have experienced.

2.2- Participate in a discussion regarding the attribution process and attribution errors. Discuss a time when you observed a workplace situation and applied the attribution process. Were you correct in your initial assumption or did the fundamental attribution error play a part in your assumption? Knowing what you now know about this theory or process, would you have taken the time to examine the situation more closely?

3.1- Participate in a discussion regarding Organizational Commitment. Discuss the consequences of Affective and Continuance Commitment, and analyze the strategies for building Organizational Commitment. Discuss and share your experiences with employers who utilized the organizational commitment strategies, such as the Employee Involvement technique, to retain and motivate their employees. Finally, discuss whether the techniques utilized by your employers were successful in your shared experiences.

3.2- Participate in a discussion regarding Employee Motivation. Describe and explain the four types of consequences of the Organizational Behavior Modification, otherwise referred to as the OB Mod, which offers useful ways to understand how workplace events can influence employee learning and motivation. Discuss how this theory illustrates what you may expect from your behavior, i.e., consequences, and how the expectancies affect your learning and motivation in the workplace.

4.1- Participate in a discussion by explaining why we diverge from the Rational Choice Paradigm when identifying problems and opportunities. Share with your classmates a decision-making workplace experience which required you to identify problems and opportunities, and evaluate alternatives and outcomes when making an effective decision.

4.2- Review the Characteristics of Creative People found in exhibit 6.5 in your textbook and relate each one to yourself. Discuss with your classmates the various workplace conditions which support creativity. Have you worked for an organization that encouraged employee creativity? Share examples of activities that you participated in with your present or former employers which encouraged creativity.

5.1- Team decision making can be very effective, however, there are four constraints that can hinder this process. Identify these constraints and provide an example of a time when you were part of a team decision making process. Discuss with your classmates the constraints your team encountered, and whether your team utilized the team structures techniques when making decisions.

5.2- Explain the importance of communication in business organizations. Discuss with your classmates the various communication channels utilized in your organization. Also discuss how the organization overcomes communication barriers, and identify the strategies implemented to improve communication. 6.1- Identify organizational conditions and personal characteristics that support organizational politics and discuss ways in which it can be minimized. Share with your classmates examples of organizational politics you’ve been a part of or have witnessed. Also discuss what effect it had on job satisfaction, performance, and organizational commitment.

6.2- Participate in a discussion regarding conflict in organizations. Discuss the differences between constructive and relationship forms of conflict in organizations, and describe the three strategies to minimize relationship conflict during constructive conflict episodes. Share with your classmates a workplace-conflict experience where you applied strategies or conditions to minimize the relationship conflict.

7.1- Compare and contrast the key features of task-oriented leaders and people-oriented leaders. Discuss with your classmates an example of each type of leader you’ve worked for, and discuss their effects on the workplace. Did their styles motivate the employees? What leader style would you rather work for, and please explain why?

7.2- Discuss the Path-Goal Leadership Theory, including the four leadership styles and the four contingencies included in this theory. Based on your workplace experiences, choose and discuss the most appropriate leadership styles and contingencies which you believe produces the greatest leader effectiveness. Also discuss the outcomes the styles and contingencies you selected have on employee motivation and satisfaction.

8.1- Identify the two approaches for changing and strengthening organizational culture. Discuss with your classmates these strategies and experiences you’ve had throughout your employment history. If you do not have any experiences or personal examples associated with these strategies, complete an internet search to find examples of how organizations have successfully changed or strengthened their culture.

8.2- Examine the elements of Lewin’s Force Field Analysis Model, and discuss the six strategies for minimizing resistance to organizational change. Include relevant examples of organizational change you’ve experienced in your workplace, what strategies were used to minimize resistance, and what was the final outcome of the organizational change. Also share with your classmates your assessment regarding the effectiveness of the organizational change, and what the company may have done differently to minimize the employees’ resistance to the change.

Question 1032 Organization Behavior

LP1 Assignment: Organizational Behavior This assignment will assess Competency 1. Apply basic organizational behavior terms and concepts. Directions: Define organizational behavior and discuss the organizational opportunities and challenges of globalization, workforce diversity, and emerging employment relationships.

Using APA 6th edition format, write a 2-page paper and cite your sources of information (at least three) at the end of your paper. For help with APA Citation, review the Library’s APA Formatting & Style page, which contains a tutorial and handouts to help with APA style formatting.

Question 1033 Perceiving Ourselves and Others in Organizations

This assignment will assess Competency 2. Apply personality characteristics, perception, and ethical values across cultures to organizational behavior. Directions: Describe and examine the five Types of Individual Behavior categories, and discuss how these categories interact and affect the four MARS elements, including voluntary workplace behaviors and performance. Using APA 6th edition format, write a 2-page paper and cite your sources of information (at least three) at the end of your paper.

For help with APA Citation, review the Library’s APA Formatting & Style page, which contains a tutorial and handouts to help with APA style formatting.

Question 1034 Job Design Practices

This assignment will assess Competency 3. Analyze the importance of attitudes and motivation in relation to job satisfaction and performance.

Directions: Compare and contrast job design approaches and their relevance to an employee’s job performance. Identify and discuss the five core job characteristics in the Job Characteristics Model, and describe the three strategies for improving employee motivation through job design.

Describe and share a workplace experience when you participated in job design practices, which focuses on increasing work efficiency and employee motivation.

What were the advantages and disadvantages to this process? What were the outcomes? Using APA 6th edition format, write a 2-page paper and cite your sources of information (at least three) at the end of your paper. For help with APA Citation, review the Library’s APA Formatting & Style page, which contains a tutorial and handouts to help with APA style formatting.

Question 1035 Death Penalty

Write a 1-2 page brief answering the following: Does your state allow the death penalty? If so, under what criminal offenses is the death penalty authorized? What form of death penalty is allowed by statute?

What efforts have been made to implement, reinforce or remove capital punishment in your state?

If your state does not have a death penalty law, review a neighboring state’s law that allows for such capital punishment.

What types of complications or applications have occurred when implementing the death penalty in your (or a neighboring) state, and what constitutional issues have arisen? Your brief should be 1-2 pages in length and follow these guidelines: Double-spaced 12 point Times font One inch margins Bluebook or Cornell site citation method (Title page, Citations, Reference page, and quotes over three lines do not count towards the minimum page limit)

Question 1036 Employee Involvement

Directions: Describe the benefits of employee involvement and identify the four contingencies that affect the optimal level of employee involvement. Describe and share a workplace experience when you participated in the employee involvement process, which provided you a degree of influence regarding how your work was organized and carried out.

What were the contingencies which affected the optimal level of involvement? What were the outcomes of the employee involvement? Using APA 6th edition format, write a 2-page paper and cite your sources of information (at least three) at the end of your paper.

For help with APA Citation, review the Library’s APA Formatting & Style page, which contains a tutorial and handouts to help with APA style formatting.

Question 1037 Funeral Policy for Officers who have Committed Suicide

Funeral Policy for Officers who have Committed Suicide

• Acting as the head of your organization, write a one-page funeral policy for officers who commit suicide.

• Include a 500 word cover memorandum explaining your reasoning for your policy decision. This assignment is single-spaced.

• This assignment is two parts; one page policy and 500 word cover memorandum

Employee InvolvementQuestion 1038 Employee Involvement

This assignment will assess Competency 4. Apply concepts that relate to effective decision making and employee creativity. Directions: Describe the benefits of employee involvement and identify the four contingencies that affect the optimal level of employee involvement.

Describe and share a workplace experience when you participated in the employee involvement process, which provided you a degree of influence regarding how your work was organized and carried out.

What were the contingencies which affected the optimal level of involvement? What were the outcomes of the employee involvement? Using APA 6th edition format, write a 2-page paper and cite your sources of information (at least three) at the end of your paper.

For help with APA Citation, review the Library’s APA Formatting & Style page, which contains a tutorial and handouts to help with APA style formatting

Question 1039 Team Dynamics

This assignment will assess Competency 5. Examine various aspects of team dynamics and communication that impact organizational effectiveness. Directions: Provide a summary of the components of the Team Effectiveness Model, including the elements within each component.

Describe and share a workplace or school experience when you participated in a team, include the team development processes or challenges, task characteristics or roles, and the team’s effectiveness to accomplish its tasks.

Using APA 6th edition format, write a 2-page paper and cite your sources of information (at least three) at the end of your paper. For help with APA Citation, review the Library’s APA Formatting & Style page, which contains a tutorial and handouts to help with APA style formatting.

Question 1040 Sources of Power

This assignment will assess Competency 6. Analyze issues that relate to power, influence, conflict, and negotiation in organizations. Directions: Examine and describe the five sources of power and the four contingencies that can determine the potential of those power sources.

Choose a present or former workplace organizational member who holds a source of power, and describe what sources of power they maintain, and how they utilize their source of power.

Then discuss how the different contingencies of power could affect their influence positively or negatively within the workplace. Using APA 6th edition format, write a 2-page paper and cite your sources of information (at least three) at the end of your paper. For help with APA Citation, review the Library’s APA Formatting & Style page, which contains a tutorial and handouts to help with APA style formatting.

Question 1041 Transformational Leadership

This assignment will assess Competency 7. Apply concepts relating to effective leadership in organizations. Directions: Examine and describe the four elements of transformational leadership and distinguish this theory from transactional and charismatic leadership.

Identify and explain the elements of transformational leadership. Choose a present or former workplace leader who portrays transformational leadership descriptions, and describe how they implement the four elements of transformational leadership within the workplace.

Using APA 6th edition format, write a 2-page paper and cite your sources of information (at least three) at the end of your paper. For help with APA Citation, review the Library’s APA Formatting & Style page, which contains a tutorial and handouts to help with APA style formatting.

Question 1042 United States v. Leon

Fully brief the case United States v. Leon, 468 U.S. 897 (1984), which you read earlier in the learning plan. Include the essential elements of a case brief. For information on the essential elements of a case brief, review the Case Brief Tutorial.

Your brief should be no fewer than 650 words in length and follow these guidelines: Double-spaced 12 point Times font One inch margins Bluebook or Cornell site citation method (Title page, Citations, Reference page, and quotes over three lines do not count towards the minimum page limit) Correct spelling, grammar, and punctuation

Question 1043 Special Prison Populations Policy

As a warden of a state prison, write a 3-4 page double-spaced policy manual for handling prisoners with special needs. Address the following:

1. Procedures for handling elderly inmates.

2. Procedures for handling mentally impaired individuals.

3. Procedures for handling juveniles in an adult prison.

4. Procedures on handling the challenges of each of the above groups and procedures to manage these challenges.

Question 1044 Professionalism

Directions: For this assignment write a two to three page, double-spaced paper on professionalism in corrections. Address the following:

1. Define professionalism and the need for it.

2. Describe the advancement of professionalism in corrections in recent years and how continuing this movement can positively affect the correctional system. 3. Describe the present challenges for advancement in professionalism.

4. Define the major challenges correctional professionals encounter today and in the future.

Question 1045 case analysis

I need this done by 12pm eastern standard time on 8/29/17 This unit is a case analysis.. The information for the assignment is below. It is for my business law class. original and plagiarism free please BBA 3210-15O-6 Unit I Assignment Case Analysis In light of your understanding of the civil and alternative dispute resolution (ADR) process, consider the following scenario: Pete was seriously injured when the four-wheeled all-terrain vehicle (ATV) he was driving through the trails behind his house rolled over.

As a result of his injuries, Pete is unable to work and has incurred $75,000 in medical bills. Pete has filed a lawsuit against the ATV manufacturer to receive compensation for the financial harm resulting from his injuries. Pete claims that the manufacturer defectively designed the ATV, causing it to have a tendency to roll over on rough terrain.

The ATV manufacturer claims that the ATV is not defectively designed and that the rollover was caused by Pete driving at an excessive rate of speed around a corner. Consider the steps in civil litigation and ADR, and assess the factors that Pete and the ATV manufacturer will consider when deciding whether they should settle this lawsuit.

If you were Pete’s lawyer, what resolution would you advise? Be sure to consider the primary forms of ADR and all ADR factors described in the lesson and textbook. Finally, research and select at least one case from an outside source to support your resolution to the ATV case. Your answer should be a minimum of 500 words. Cite any direct quotes or paraphrased material from these sources. Use APA format to properly reference your information.

Question 1046 Comprehensive case brief

Select one of the below landmark cases and complete a comprehensive case brief. Briefs should include a short summary (one and one-half to two pages in length- single spaced) of the case (original court of jurisdiction, defendants name), issue of law argued, and the final decision made. Mapp v Ohio -Furman v Georgia McCleskey v Kemp -Chimel v California -Schmerber v California Terry V Ohio -Gideon v Wainwright -Katz v U.S. -Powell v Alabama -Weeks v U.S

Question 1047 Timothy mcveigh

Introduction: · Introduce the case: · Describe the defendant and his history and who he/she was/is. · Describe the victim(s) and their relationship with the defendant. · Go into detail as to the facts of the case. ·

Identify the witnesses and the evidence involved in this case. · Identify the jurisdiction of the court. · Explain if there was a motion for change of “venue” and explain what that means and if it was granted or not

. Explain why a defendant would want such a change of “venue” generally and specifically in this case.

Identify the Specific Charges against the Defendant: · Address the legal charges by finding the exact charge.

· Identify if there were federal or state charges and cite the statute.

· Identify the exact statutes involved and list the elements that the prosecutor must prove for a conviction;

· Identify the “lessor included” offenses that the jury could convict the defendant upon.

· Identify if the charges are a felony or misdemeanor and the fines/penalties involved.

· State if the criminal charge a choate or inchoate crime? Explain both of these terms in your paper.

· Was the crime charged a crime against a person or property? Explain the difference in your paper generally.

· What is the standard of proof the prosecutors must carry to win the case? · What is the actus reus?

What is the mens real? Is there concurrence between the two? (define these terms) · Was the crime committed a “criminal offense” or a “terrorist act”—explain the difference in your paper. Defenses

· Identify the specific defenses used by the defendant. · What evidence is needed to prove this defense? Explain all of their elements

· Explain the difference between “justification” defenses and “excuse” defenses. What category does the defendant’s defense in this case fall into? · Explore other possible defenses as follows (just briefly explain them even if they don’t apply to your case):

· o Ex Post Facto Laws ·

o Bills of Attainder ·

o Statute of Limitations (and explain what is the statute of limitations for the charges against the defendant in your case) ·

o Void for Vagueness Jury Verdict

· What was the jury’s verdict?

· Assume that the defendant was found not guilty, can the case be re-tried? Why/why not? Explain the concept of “double jeopardy” in your response.

· Do you agree with the verdict? Explain why/why not

· Was the ultimate sentencing against the defendant “cruel & unusual” punishment? If so, why? If not, why?

· What are the mitigating circumstances? Where there any present in your case? · What are the aggravating circumstances? Where there any present in your case? · What were the victim impacts? Explain Civil Liability

· Does the defendant face any civil liability?

· If so, who would be the plaintiffs and what type of tort?

· What is the standard of proof that applies to that case that the plaintiff must carry to win? Appeals:

· Criminal Appeals can be based on “mistakes of law” and not “mistakes of fact”. Explain what these mean

· Are there any grounds for an appeal for the losing side? If so, explain them. · What does the term “Habeas Corpus” mean and how would it apply to this case for grounds for appeal? Conclusion:

· Summarize your findings

· What are the parties (defendant and victim or victim’s families) doing now—where are they and how have they moved on in life

· Where there any co-conspirators charged? What happened to them ultimately?

· Formatting of Response 10

· Rules of grammar, usage, punctuation and followed.

· Paper is in APA Format (Headings, Line Spacing, Title Page, Abstract, Pagination, in- Text Referencing)

· Paper Provided Proper References and Reference Page

· Student has followed the Minimum word count for each project

· Sentence Structure was Proper

· Student’s writing tone is proper for the project and audience receiving the written document

Question 1048 Discussion 5

Topic: Procedural Skulduggery Where there is procedure, there is a way to manipulate that procedure in order to achieve a favourable outcome. Read the following articles that illustrate some ways that parties have attempted to bend the rules of civil procedure:

Do some research to find another case where one of the parties attempted to use (or even bend) the rules of civil procedure to win a case.

Did it work? Explain the case and how the court reacted to the attempt. Do you agree with the court’s response? If you were the client, would you feel good about how the lawyer handled the case? Be sure to support your discussion points with examples and authoritative sources. I can suggest a case or you can choose one from the directions above.

Criminal investigation.Question 1049 Criminal investigation

Chapter 1,2,3, and 4. answer the last question at the en oh each chapter, its around 15 questions more or less. 3 sentences in every answer BOOK criminal Investigation 4 EDITION by Ronald F. Becker and Aric W. Dutelle questions and answers are in every chapter

 

Question 1050. Criminal Procedure law and practice

Read Chapters Four, Five, and Six. Refer to the announcements for the grading rubric and criteria for this assignment. Answer the following short answer / multiple choice questions: Chapter Four:

1. Give three arguments in favour of the exclusionary rule as it currently stands, and three arguments against it. Then explain your position on the issue, supporting it with logical examples

2. The exclusionary rule was fashioned to deter police misconduct. The Supreme Court has refused to apply it to cases where the misconduct was not by the police. Should the exclusionary rule be extended to other public officers besides the police? Why or why not? If so, to what other public officers should the rule apply?​

3.What was the effect of Mapp v. Ohio upon the criminal justice system?​ Chapter Five:

4. The Court has held that probable cause is necessary for a stationhouse detention accompanied by interrogation as opposed to use fingerprinting even if no expressed arrest is made. Do you agree with this holding Support your position.

5. Stops based on race alone are not valid but there is disagreement whether race can be taken as one factor in determining reasonable suspicion for a stop. Under what circumstances should race be allowed as one factor in determining reasonable suspicion for a stoppotive an example to support your conclusion.

6. Using the guidelines in sequence that were set in Terry v. Ohio create a police department procedure for stopping and frisking an individual. Be specific. Chapter Six:

7. According to the U.S. Supreme Court, the Constitution requires that the police must announce their purpose before breaking into a dwelling. Name and discuss two of the exceptions to this rule.

8. The Supreme Court has issued opinions in cases dealing with a wide range of intrusiveness in searches and seizures. Why are roadblocks to control the flow of illegal aliens less intrusive than station house detention?​

9. Define, compare, and contrast actual and constructive seizures. Give an example of each.​ 10. Discuss the different factors governing use of deadly force and use of non-deadly force. Provide examples of

100+ Research Paper Questions and Topics for History Class

Compare and contrast the reasons why the Western Roman Empire ended in ​476 and the Eastern Roman Empire

Use twelve point type and double space. Have a cover page with the title of your review, the course number and section, your name, date submitted, your tutor’s name and the word count. Use Chicago style footnotes. Write an essay in formal academic English (800-1000 words) on ONE of these topics:

How did the environments of six Physiographic regions of Canada

Assignment Format: All assignment are to be in 12 point font with a cover page with an assignment title, your name, course code Hist 112 DE, assignment number, word count and tutor’s name (Prof. Howard Hisdal) on the bottom. Use Chicago style footnoting and include a bibliography even if the only book you used was the textbook. Send in assignments as Microsoft Word attachments.

Development of racial thinking from Europe to the Americans

Directions: 1. Listen to podcast/radio show on “The Invention of Race” at https://www.wnyc.org/story/invention-race/ A summary of the show is “Compiled by Award-winning producer John Biewen from the “Seeing White” series. The Invention of Race traces the development of racial and racist ideas from the ancient world – when there was no notion of race – up to the founding of the United States as, fundamentally, a nation of and for white people.” 2. Create a timeline of the development of racial thinking from Europe to the Americas (up to the founding of the United States). Your timeline should include the date, and a few words on each event/law/action/etc. you chose that played a role in constructing race. Your timeline should reflect the evolution of understanding or thinking about race over time.

Lois Banner’s Steel Engraving Lady

Questions: 1. How did society view women in the Romantic period? 2. What were beauty ideals of the Romantic era? How did the steel engraving lady play into the concept of Romantic beauty ideals? 3. How did the popular clothing and silhouette of this period support society’s views on attaining ideal Romantic era beauty? 4. What were some of the ways women in this period tried to achieve ideal Romantic beauty? 5. Pick a picture from current fashion magazine today, attach it to your assignment book. Can you find any similarities to Romantic beauty ideals as discussed in the reading “Steel Engraving Lady” in the current fashion image that you chose?

Historical letter writing paper

two pages of letter style paper. Analyze the primary source documents by Samuel Seabury and Thomas Paine. Imagine that somehow the two had read each other’s works and had the chance to write to each other about independence and government. You will write two letters: one from Seabury to Paine and another from Paine to Seabury. What would have been their perspectives on government? What would they have said to each other?

Digital Source Analysis

write a short (400-500 word) dialogue between Adam Smith and Karl Marx in which they analyze the opening scenes of the movie. In the dialogue that you write, you should have each theorist draw upon their own writings to answer the following questions: 1. How would each analyze the conditions in the factory and the labor that the Little Tramp performs? 2. How would each explain the interactions between the Little Tramp and his co-workers? 3. How would each explain the “feeding machine” scene? 4. Why does the main character (the Little Tramp) have a nervous breakdown? 5. What is the remedy? (or, What would bring about a better future for the Little Tramp?) Please note that the dialogue should be written as a dialogue (like in a play). For example Karl Marx: Statement Adam Smith: Response to statement

History of civilization II

  1. To what extent did the age of European expansion impact the Chinese? Who benefited more from this seaborne interaction? Explain, with examples. 2. Compare and contrast the governmental systems of British and Spanish colonies in the Americas. Why were the British colonists of North America more inclined toward independence than their Spanish American counterparts? Explain, with examples.

Primary Source 2 assignment WWI

Read Article and do three paragraphs on it based on this link https://worldwar1letters.wordpress.com/2009/06/ no longer than 450 words, but no shorter than 300. P1- Should provide the title of the source, a very brief summary of the text and say what students hope to critique-argue in P2. Students need to provide an argument-thesis driven statement. A summary alone is neither desirable nor enough to thoroughly complete the assignment. P2- Should be an analytical paragraph that provides (at least) one example from the text to support the author’s claim…ie. The slave’s story provides insight into the cruelty of the system, “insert quotation from text here.” Using direct quotations provides clarity and helps to support the author’s claims. P3- Should summarize briefly what was covered in P1 and P2 and also say something about the significance of this document for the study of world history and how it shows global interconnectivity. (How is the world connected?) Do not throw this paragraph away, put as much effort into it as P1 and P2.

Iron Jawed Angels

What to do: In this discussion, I would like you to write a post that touches on some of the following topics relating to Iron Jawed Angels (below). Make sure to incorporate specific details from the film AND specific details from lecture and readings to help back up your ideas. Anacronism: Can you think of a few examples in the film where the filmmaker took license with history? For example, where did they put in modern details, attitudes, or sensibilities to make the film resonate with a 21st century audience? (Anacronism = something, a word, object or an event, that is mistakenly paced in a time where is does not belong). We are not looking for obscure inaccuracies, just major ones that might be important when critiquing the overall value of the film. The whole story? Do you think that someone watching this movie will get an accurate depiction of how the 19th Amendment was won? Explain to reason for your answer with specific details from readings and lecture to show your knowledge . How does “Iron Jawed Angels” compare to our textbook and lecture accounts of the road to suffrage (1848-1920)? The merit of the film? What do you think is the greatest merit of the film? Are the anachronisms and limited chosen narrative outweighed by the film’s overall value? Provide specific examples to explain your answer.

Film as history. Whether we historians like it or not, many Americans get most of their ‘history’ from Hollywood films (and TV shows). These films may be inaccurate, biased toward modern sensibilities, or politically motivated. Are there dangers or advantages of using popular films to learn history? Provide specific examples to explain your answer. Discussion Directions: NOTE: This post needs to be your own work. This means: Resist the temptation to google “Iron Jawed Angels + Anachronism.” If you write some obscure details about the inaccuracy of number of stars on the American flag or incorrect door handles being used or how the wrist watches were from the wrong time period, I will be pretty sure that you looked up that information online (or else you will need to prove to me how you came to be so knowledgeable in the subject of historic door handles…). Please only use our readings and lectures this week as the basis for your discussion. Do not go online looking for additional information. One of your goals is to demonstrate that you have completed this week’s assigned materials. Also you will have to watch this lecture and give evidences from it. This is the link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VBsAeAz0yBQ&feature=youtu.be

Be Unrealistic and the Best of Will Smith MOTIVATION

Watch the entire “BE UNREALISTIC” (Ft. Will Smith) video: Be Unrealistic and the Best of Will Smith MOTIVATION – #MentorMeWill (Links to an external site.) Links to an external site. Be Unrealistic and the Best of Will Smith MOTIVATION – #MentorMeWill TWO PARAGRAPHS (more 350 words per paragraph) respond to the following questions (after watching the entire video). First, notice that Will Smith tells stories about his life, and what lesson he learned from that experience. Second, write a SUMMARY of some of the key points that Will Smith makes in the video. Then, select ONE STATEMENT he makes that is the most significant one. Why was it picked and explain. NO HEADER OR FOOTER, NO RESEARCH, IT IS JUST AN OPINION PAPER, A SINGLE SHEET.

How did industrialization and economic growth affect the social and the natural environments of the Western Hemisphere countries

What major political challenges faced the new nations of the Western Hemisphere in the nineteenth century, and how well did they deal with those problems?* How did industrialization and economic growth affect the social and the natural environments of the Western Hemisphere countries?*

How was Rome influenced politically, economically and culturally by this contact

500 word discussion I will provide links for the topic Discussion topic: Rome was a city. Roman History is the story of a city that encompassed the known world. A new world order came into being that lasted for a thousand years. Its main components were: Roman law, Roman ethics, Roman practicality, Roman finance, Roman rule, Roman military strength, Roman science. Seeing it in perspective, Rome as a city conquered other great city-cultures. Choose ONE of the following and respond to it in 500 words after opening a new thread in DiscussionRome came into contact, early in her History, with neighboring cultures such as the Etruscans and the Greeks of southern Italy. How was Rome influenced politically, economically and culturally by this contact? Roman writers believed that Rome became a world power out of necessity. Since early in her expansion, Rome came to be in a state of perpetual war. Are there modern parallels to be drawn from contemporary powers that dwell in a state of perpetual war? Who gained the most from Rome’s war based economy and war inspired politics? Who gains in today’s states from their war based economy and war inspired politics?

 Two Letters from Slaves to Their Former Masters

ONE paragraph (350 words minimum) based on the information read. MUST start by giving the author, title of document, and when the document was written in order to clearly cite the source of information. Who is the author (race, nationality, position)? What is the document about (summary)? What does this show about the event and time period? What was learned from reading of this story/document? MSUT use ONE DIRECT QUOTE from the document. Post TITLE of document.

Reaction paper history 2

watch these movies and write a reaction paper. First paragraph – Identifications. Second Paragraph – Analysis. Third Paragraph – Reaction. For movie analysis, analyze the historical accuracy of the film. What did they get right? What did they get wrong? How historically accurate is the film? please see the attached files

Analytical Writing Assignment

REQUIREMENTS: 12 Font, 350 words, single page, correctly identified the author, title and date of document, and information about the author, summary the document accurately, describing the main points that the author is making about the issue at hand, a direct quote from the document that will be provide is a MUST. Accurate details MUST describe the importance of the document relevant to the major issues of the time period..Again, will provide document to complete assignment.

Winston Churchill, “The Iron Curtain

Read EWC Document 29.7, Winston Churchill, “The Iron Curtain,” and write a paragraph responding to the prompt at the end. (follow the link in the Canvas Module for Week 12 to access the document) Your response to the prompt should be about a paragraph in length but no longer than a page. It should begin with an introductory sentence that responds directly and completely to the prompt. This sentence establishes your main point (that is, your argument or thesis). In about four to six additional sentences, you should present evidence to support your thesis. Present at least two pieces of concrete evidence drawn from Document 29.7. You must cite any material paraphrased from the source document with a simple parenthetical citation. You must enclose any material taken word-for-word from the source document in quotation marks and cite it with a simple parenthetical citation. See the following examples: In this famous speech, British Prime Minister Winston Church warned that the Soviet Union controlled eastern European countries liberated from Nazi Germany after the end of World War II.

(EWC 29.7, Winston Churchill, “The Iron Curtain”) In this speech, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill famously warned that “an iron curtain has descended across” Europe, and that the Soviet Union exercised an “increasing measure of control” on the countries behind it. (EWC 29.7, Winston Churchill, “The Iron Curtain”) Be sure to analyze the evidence you present by explaining why it means what you think it means. Conclude your paragraph by restating your main point (that is, your argument/thesis/direct response to the prompt) and perhaps reflecting on the broader significance of the document you’ve read. Type your response in MS Word or any similar word processing software. Proofread your essay carefully to eliminate errors in grammar, punctuation, and usage. Save the file and then upload it to Canvas. Your work will be compared with the turnitin.com database to detect plagiarism by searching for similarities with internet sources and/or the work of other students around the world.

Analytical Assignment

12 Font, 350 words, single page, writing pertains to the document that will be provided, which will require author’s name, title of document, and when the document was written in order to clearly cite the source of information. Who is the author (race, nationality, position)? What was the document about (summary)? What does this show about the event and time period? What was learned from the document? MUST use a direct quote from the document. DRAFT needed 2 days prior to due date. No research or citations needed.

Reaction paper / HIS / movies

watch these movies and write a reaction paper. First paragraph – Identifications. Second Paragraph – Analysis. Third Paragraph – Reaction. For movie analysis, analyze the historical accuracy of the film. What did they get right? What did they get wrong? How historically accurate is the film? please see the attached files

Reaction paper

watch these movies and write a reaction paper. First paragraph – Identifications. Second Paragraph – Analysis. Third Paragraph – Reaction. For movie analysis, analyze the historical accuracy of the film. What did they get right? What did they get wrong? How historically accurate is the film? please see the attached files

James Davidson, Courtesans and Fishcakes.

Intro: Ø Introduce the author Ø Introduce the book (Title, What is it about?) .Ø State author’s thesis and summarize content/arguments. III. Body: Ø Each paragraph should address different parts of the book or different arguments presented in the book. Ø This may also be in the form of arguments made about different time periods or stages within a time period. Ø Use key parts of the book (quotations/paraphrasing) to demonstrate how the author supports his or her thesis. Ø You may add your assessment (analysis/view on the author’s arguments) within each paragraph or in separate paragraphs Ø Make sure to evaluate the author’s arguments in terms of whether or not they are convincing, well researched, and logical. If the author’s work could contribute to the public’s understanding of the topic you may comment on that as well.

Ø If you choose to disagree with the author you should do so strictly on academic grounds–i.e. use a reason-based argument to counter her or his argument. IV. Conclusion Ø Evaluation of the author’s success or failure to substantiate his or her thesis with evidence and argumentation Ø Evaluation of the book’s contribution to history, the public’s knowledge of the subject, “readability” and style. Format: *Review should be 4-5 pages double-spaced; stapled at the top left hand corner at a 45-degree angle *Font 12, Times New Roman *One-inch margins on both sides *You may use Chicago, APA, or MLA style for footnotes or endnotes (Ask in the library if you don’t know what to do) *Do not enclose your paper in any type of folder *Make sure to save copies of your paper in multiple locations.

Portfolio Reflection

In this module, we’ve learned a great deal about the value of history, how learning from the past may help provide definition to our present world perspective and how studying and learning from our ancient ancestors can potentially contribute in shaping our own future. Throughout this course, we have examined various civilizations and in each one we’ve learned about a myriad of aspects that helped influence our ancestors’ capacity to act responsibly and determine their roles or abilities to contribute to society. For this reflection, you will answer the question: “What can I, as an historian of the ancient world, learn and apply from the history of my ancient ancestors to my own role in contributing to and acting responsibly for the betterment of society?” In order to answer this question effectively for your reflection you must: Pick one common theme/criteria topic (from the list below) that you think significantly influenced an individual from the ancient world to act responsibly and contribute towards society. o Technology o Politics/Bureaucracy o Law/Ethics o Arts/Sciences o Economy/Business o Education o Military/Police o Religion/Morals & Traditions Explain how at least one specific example (one individual) from at least three different civilizations covered throughout this course supports your selected theme/criteria.

(So, your essay will talk about 3 different people – each from a different civilization that we discussed.) Support each of your examples with evidence from the articles in the M13 learning module about why we study history. In total, you must reference at least three of the articles in the learning activities, Support each of your examples with evidence from the module where we discussed their civilization (So, you will reference at least 3 learning modules in your paper.) Connect how understanding the history of your ancient ancestors in the context of your selected theme/ criteria has influenced your sense of responsibility and contributing role towards the betterment of society. In other words, what have you learned from their experiences that can help you act more responsibly today? Lastly, make sure you provide proper internal citations and a properly formatted bibliography This is going into your portfolio so be sure to make sure that you have fixed all grammatical and formatting issues before submission. For your bibliography, it does NOT have to be annotated. The only sources you’ll be using will be from your readings, so you MUST include internal citations and a full, properly MLA formatted bibliography with your paper, but you don’t need to annotated the sources in your bib. Your paper must be 2-3 pages in length (NOT including your bibliography) and follow MLA guidelines (double-spaced, 12pt. Times New Roman font, one-inch margins).

Applicant Cover Letter

To Apply: Applicants will need to submit a one-page cover letter (single-spaced) describing their motives and intent for applying for this position and interning at Pitt Community College (parent company for the newspaper). This letter should: 1) Indicate the applicant’s views concerning the value of studying history and the past. Does this internship (this course) have any value beyond fulfilling an educational requirement? Cover letters should also highlight any personal attributes, interests, and personal experiences that qualify the applicant for this position. 2) Demonstrate the applicant’s understanding of primary and secondary historical sources, the differences between these sources, and their ability to apply these sources critically to the past in order to create analytic interpretations of the past. 3) To show a final understanding of primary and secondary sources and your ability to perform as a historical journalist, conclude your cover letter by explaining the type of sources (primary/secondary) you will be creating for your readers when authoring news stories for AHL.

Is American History Learner a primary or secondary source? We will be looking specifically at the thoughtfulness to your answer of this question when evaluating applications. Be sure to review the syllabus and Internet Course Tutorial before forming your position on this question. You’ll need to have a good handle on what the course is trying to achieve to best answer this question. Submitting Application Applications should be uploaded through the Applicant Cover Letter link in the Summer Internship Module. Please make sure to submit applications by the due date indicated in Applicant Cover Letter link. Upon submission, intern applicants will be required to participate in a survey related to AHL as a source. (MANDATORY) Ensuring Success: Applicants’ cover letters will be assessed on three criteria. First, cover letters need to comprehensively fulfill cover letter requirements outlined above in the “To Apply” section. Second, submissions will be assessed based on the effective use of provided materials in preparing your application. The meat of your analysis should be based on the “What is History and How Do We Practice It?” lesson. (We’ll be looking to see who shows a strong understanding of the materials provided.) Third, cover letters must be composed and submitted in a standardized and professional cover letter format stipulated in the examples provided in the “Applicant Resources” section of the module.

Thomas Nast Obituary

Obituary Format and Objectives: Formatting: Obituaries need to be a minimum of one page, double-spaced and written in size 12 Times New Roman font. American History Learner is committed to journalistic integrity and accuracy. Journalists will need to note any sources that were used in completing this assignment. Objectives: Brief description of the individual’s age, location, and cause of death. Basic description of the individual’s major professional/personal achievements. What should this person be most remembered (legacy) for historically? Obituary needs to place this discussion of the individual in a historic context by describing some of the premier social, political, economic, or cultural events defining the period the individual lived. Integration of primary and secondary sources in your historical analysis. At American History Learner our focus is on historical and journalistic integrity. Obituaries need not glamorize or patronize individuals. Your obituary needs to be professional, unbiased, and note both accomplishments and offer valid criticisms when necessary. Provide an appropriate and creative title for this piece. Our research department has compiled some basic resources you may be interested in consulting when writing your first assignment.

See Module 2 Resources. Notes on Success: Management will be looking closely at your first piece for American History Learner. We will assess the effectiveness of your obituary based on some of the following criteria: historical accuracy, meeting of obituary goals, demonstration of understanding of historical significance and context of the individual, style and grammar, commitment/genuineness/inventiveness, and originality and journalistic integrity. While you have a series of provided readings on Nast that will serve as the research basis of your assignment, it is a good idea to first read the general historical concepts in your textbook that this assignment is built upon. The following portions of your textbook are all historically relevant to this study: Here’s a list of the readings that would be a helpful backdrop when considering the historical context of Thomas Nast. Reconstruction: Chapter 16 Introduction and parts 16.1, 16.3 Industrialization and Urbanization: Chapter 18 Introduction and 18.3 Chapter 19 Introduction and parts 19.1, 19.3, and 19.4 Needless to say, American History Learner is committed to academic and journalistic integrity. Any violation of our parent company, Pitt CC’s academic integrity and plagiarism policy, will result in automatic termination. See your employee handbook and Internet Course Tutorial for a more specific elaboration of AHL’s standards. Please provide an appropriate, creative title with your submission.

Critical Race Theory

Critical responses must identify the main objectives/points of the articles/videos. What do the authors commonly agree upon and/or state as their central focus? How are these articles and videos “speaking” to one another or, are divergent ideas presented? Additionally, students must analyze central points made by authors to develop their own thesis and construct their own claims.

 How vital was slavery to the Atlantic economy in the eighteenth century

  1. How vital was slavery to the Atlantic economy in the eighteenth century? Provide specific evidence from the textbook to support your response. The author podcast is also a good resource. http://www.wwnorton.com/college/history/give-me-liberty3-brief/ch/04/podcast.aspx (due 6/6/19) 5.Discuss the ways in which both supporters and opponents of independence used the concepts of ‘freedom’ and ‘slavery’ during the American Revolution. Be sure to consider the perspectives of both free and enslaved peoples. Chapter 5 Podcast http://www.wwnorton.com/college/history/give-me-liberty3-brief/ch/05/podcast.aspx (due 6/7/19) 6.Read the documents located on pages 248 and 249. In one essay address the questions at the end of page 249. Chapter 6 author podcast http://www.wwnorton.com/college/history/give-me-liberty3-brief/ch/06/podcast.aspx (due 6/10/19)

Explain Hume, Kant, Blyden and Crummell’s negative views of African/Black people

Do not use the internet or web resources to respond to this discussion board question(s). Use Yefru’s work and the readings on eLearn to participate in this discussion. Be sure that you review the discussion board requirements on your syllabus for full credit. Be original in your thinking as well. So, as you are composing your posts, be sure to write your post in your own words, your own voice, while placing quotations around a sentence or two that you may lift from the text to support your opinion. But remember that your opinion is taken from your clear and concise understanding of the critical ideas from the readings. #1. Explain Hume, Kant, Blyden and Crummell’s negative views of African/Black people. How are their ideas similar or different to one another? Be sure to know that Kant and Hume were white philosophers and Blyden and Crummell were African Americans who lived during the 1800s; evidence the sources from eLearn. However, all responses must be written in your OWN words. #2. Why is Dr. Yefru having this conversation about Hume, Kant. Blyden and Crummell in his introductory chapter? Sit with this question a bit. This is an introductory course to the discipline of Africana studies where we promote African-centered critical thinking (which we will discuss next week.) Why is this discussion important for Yefru? What does Yefru think about the ideas of Hume, Kant, Blyden and Crummell?

Miss education of the negro

NOTE: YOU HAVE TO USE THE Mis-education of the Negro AND THREE OUTSIDE READINGS OF YOUR CHOICE FROM THOSE ASSIGNED IN CLASS TO COMPOSE YOUR PRECISE. KEYS TO COMPOSING A HIGH QUALITY PRECIS (1) Please identify a common theme covered in the book and the articles (race, gender or class etc). (2) Upon identifying this theme which is present in the works, organize your information to address the questions associated with the assignment in paragraph form (see the syllabus). Your discussion will first start with the book and through the common theme incorporate the outside readings. (3) Proofread your essay and make sure it follows the formatting guidelines and cites the relevant materials in the proper way. PLEASE FIND THE CHICAGO STYLE GUIDE ATTACHED TO THIS MESSAGE WHICH SPECIFICALLY APPLIES TO YOUR BIBLIOGRAPHY AND FOOTNOTES. ***Also, an example paper is attached.***

What were the goals of the major parties in Reconstruction

Part I: Short Answer Answer EACH in a paragraph (or two) per question. 1. What were the goals of the major parties in Reconstruction? What problems made reconstruction so difficult? 2. What were the main forms of white resistance to the efforts of reconstructionists? What were the black codes? What effect did they have? 3. What were the various meanings of freedom that emerged after emancipation among freed blacks? How was this resisted by white southerners? 4. What was involved in the “redeeming” of the South? How and why did this occur? Why did white supremacy become the foundation of southern politics in the 1870’s? 5. What were the main ways Indians resisted attempts to annihilate them (and their culture)? 6. Explain “Social Darwinism” and “laissez-faire” economics (particularly as they related to the “Gilded Age”). 7. Identify the following and explain how each acquired his fortune (both in terms of industry and tactics): Jay Gould, Andrew Carnegie, and John D. Rockefeller. 8. What role did the federal government play in the growth and profitability of the railroads (including in response to strikes)? 9. What were the various positions people took on the currency (or “free silver”) debate(s) in the Gilded Age and why did they take these various positions? 10. Explain “bossism.” What were it’s advantages and disadvantages?

11. Explain the spoils system. How did it eventually end and why did its demise lead to the increase in the influence of business in politics? 12. Why was there an increase in lynchings at the end of the 19th century? 13. Explain the role of women in politics in the last decades of the nineteenth century. What causes did they endorse, what obstacles did they face, and what role did the “cult of domesticity” play in their tactics/power? 14. Compare the roles played in policy and public life by the Republican and Democratic parties during Reconstruction and during the Gilded Age. What causes did they support and what kinds of voters and support did each attract during each of these periods? 15. Explain the nature of migration and immigration during the last half of the 19th-century. 16. Explain the goals and programs of both the Farmers Alliance and the People’s Party (Populist Party). 17. What were the main issues motivating the labor unions during the Gilded Age, how did they try to achieve them, and why were they unsuccessful? 18. Identify each of the following and explain why they were important: Homestead lockout, Cripple Creek miners’ strike, Pullman boycott, and Coxey’s army. 19. Identify and explain each of the following: Monroe Doctrine, Open Door policy, and yellow journalism. 20. How did the U.S. come to control Cuba, the Philippines, Puerto Rico, and Guam?

21. Why, and in what ways, did the situation of Black Americans actually worsen during the Progressive Era? Explain the case of Plessy v. Ferguson. 22. Explain the contrasting views of Booker T. Washington and W.E.B. Dubois. 23. Explain the ideology of the Progressives, both in terms of the “social gospel” and in terms of their understanding of Darwinism. (Illustrate with examples of actions they undertook.) 24. Compare the following: anarchists, socialists, and progressives. 25. Explain Roosevelt’s “square deal” and describe his actions as both reformer and conservationist. 26. How did Wilsons’ progressivism differ from Roosevelt’s? How did Wilson’s progressive agenda change during his presidency? 27. Explain Wilson’s notion of “national determination” and explain why it was problematic. 28. Explain how and why dissent was suppressed during World War I and comment on its possible effects. 29. In what sense, and why, had American culture drastically changed after World War I? 30. Describe and explain the “Great Migrations” of Black Americans and Mexicans during the early 20th century.

31. What were the causes of the economic crisis (1928-1932) that led to the Great Depression? Part II: Essay Answer these in seperate essays of 4-6 paragraphs. A. Develop an essay in which you explain the nature of the struggle between labor and management/ownership in U.S. history from the Civil War to 1932. In arguing for your interpretation choose three important examples from the history of this period to support your claims. B. Develop an essay in which you explain the nature of the struggle for women’s rights during this period (1865-1932). In arguing for your interpretation choose three important examples from the history of this period to support your claims. C. In what sense might we consider the United States an imperialist country during the post-Civil War era up to the end of Word War I? In arguing for your interpretation choose three important examples from the history of this period to support your claims.

The limits of power

This is a book review on The Limits of Power: The End of American Exceptionalism. Here is the instructions by my teacher: II. Intro: Ø Introduce the author Ø Introduce the book (Title, What is it about?). Ø State author’s thesis and summarize content/arguments. III. Body: Ø Each paragraph should address different parts of the book or different arguments presented in the book. Ø This may also be in the form of arguments made about different time periods or stages within a time period. Ø Use key parts of the book (quotations/paraphrasing) to demonstrate how the author supports his or her thesis. Ø You may add your assessment (analysis/view on the author’s arguments) within each paragraph or in separate paragraphs Ø Make sure to evaluate the author’s arguments in terms of whether or not they are convincing, well researched, and logical. If the author’s work could contribute to the public’s understanding of the topic you may comment on that as well. Ø If you choose to disagree with the author you should do so strictly on academic grounds–i.e. use a reason-based argument to counter her or his argument. IV. Conclusion Ø Evaluation of the author’s success or failure to substantiate his or her thesis with evidence and argumentation Ø Evaluation of book’s contribution to history, the public’s knowledge of the subject, “readability” and style. Format: *Review should be 5 pages double-spaced; stapled at the top left hand corner at a 45-degree angle *Font 12, Times New Roman *One-inch margins on both sides *You may use Chicago, APA, or MLA style for footnotes or endnotes (Ask in the library if you don’t know what to do) *Do not enclose your paper in any type of folder *Make sure to save copies of your paper in multiple locations Biographical Sketch: Andrew J. Bacevich, Sr. (born 1947 in Normal, Illinois) is a professor of international relations at Boston University and a retired career officer in the United States Army.

He is a former director of Boston University’s Center for International Relations (from 1998 to 2005), and author of several books, including American Empire: The Realities and Consequences of US Diplomacy (2002), The New American Militarism: How Americans are Seduced by War (2005) and The Limits of Power: The End of American Exceptionalism (2008). He has been “a persistent, vocal critic of the US occupation of Iraq, calling the conflict a catastrophic failure.”[1] In March 2007, he described George W. Bush’s endorsement of such “preventive wars” as “immoral, illicit, and imprudent.”[1][2] His son, also an Army officer, died fighting in the Iraq War in May 2007.[1]

The Impact of Globalization on Conflict

Think about the previous examination of China. For this project, your job is to write the content for a new page of this course titled India and Globalization. After reading your page, other students should be able to do the following: Identify positive effects of globalization on India Identify negative effects of globalization on India Compare modern U.S. relations with India to relations with China Your pages should include commentary with your thoughts on the following question: Why does the U.S. have a better chance of maintaining long-term strong relations with India than it does with China? Include a picture with a caption to go on your page. You may find images using the Google image search function with key words such as: India, Globalization, industry, economy, and trade Include a list of four more websites or articles that you read to support the information on your page. (You should not include the websites below.) Use the The CIA Country Factbook to review data about India’s people and its economy, and then use the rest of the links to examine globalization’s effects on India. BBC News: Is globalisation a force for good in India? Economy Watch: Globalization in India Effects of Globalization on Indian Industry Use a search engine to find more information about globalization’s effect on India by searching with the following key words: “globalization, India, trade, economy, media, effect”

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Question 991 Creating a Spread Sheet for a Grant Proposal

Week Two Assignment #1- Creating a Spreadsheet for a Grant Proposal Software/WebTools Grant Budget and Proposal (This assignment fulfill these NETS-T, InTASC, and CCTC Standards) SCENARIO: Your school has been awarded a Department of Education Enhancing Education through Technology grant. A portion of the grant money will go specifically to purchase instructional software or online web tools.

The teachers with the best grant proposals will receive $10,000 to purchase these materials/licenses for their classrooms. The grant proposal must contain an Excel spreadsheet which lists the software and costs, a written proposal that explains what software would be purchased, why it was chosen and how it would enhance and support learning in your classroom Assignment Instructions This is a two-part assignment:

You will use Microsoft Excel to create a budget spreadsheet for the software you want for your classroom within the $10,000 budget. You will use Microsoft Word to write a 1-2 page software proposal that explains what software would be purchased, why it was chosen and how it would enhance and support learning in your classroom.

Compile a Software/Online Web tools List Using your textbook and online resources, compile a list of instructional software that you want for your classroom. You must choose software from all three main categories below, but you don’t have to choose software from all of the bullet-pointed sub-categories.

Page numbers provide examples of the software types, but you may need to do online research to find more examples in each category. 1. Instructional Software (Chapter 3) drill & practice (pages 79-83) tutorial (pages 83-86) simulations (pages 87-92) instructional games (pages 92-96) problem-solving (pages 96-100) personal learning systems (pages 101-102) 2.

Basic Software Suites (Chapter 4) Word processors (pages 112-120) Spreadsheets (pages 121-125) Presentation (pages 125-134) 3. Beyond the Basics (Chapter 5) Materials generators (pages 143-149) Data collection and analysis tools (pages 149-156) Graphics tools (pages 156-160) Planning and organising tools (pages 160-162) Research and reference tools (pages 162-163) Content-area tools (pages 163-167) Proposal Letter Use Microsoft Word to write a 1-2 page proposal in business letter format to your school principal that includes: The list of chosen software and their categories Explanation of why the software was chosen.

 

Explanation of how the software will enhance and support learning in the classroom. Include brief examples of learning activities that would use the software. ISTE NETS for Students (NETS-S) standards that the software will enable your students to achieve. ISTE NETS for Teachers (NETS-T) standards that you will achieve by using the software for productivity or student learning.

Use this Sample Template for Proposal Letter Sample Template for Proposal Letter – Alternative Formats Excel Spreadsheet You will create an Excel spreadsheet budget that lists your chosen software or application (for IOS, Droid or other system), the vendor, the category of software (see items 1-3 above) and the prices. If the software will be used on more than one computer in your classroom, the price should include one copy of the software and then site licenses for the other computers that will use it.

Note that many software companies provide educational pricing. List software by the main three categories and then by sub-category, so the type of software is evident. Subtotal the category sections. Demonstrate the use of the SUM function to total rows or columns and section subtotals, and use the Multiply (product) function to multiply more than one of the same item (such as site licenses). Insert lines in your spreadsheet (the gray gridlines will not print lines when the spreadsheet is printed out, so you have to add the lines).

Excel Spreadsheet Sample Click for more options Excel Spreadsheet Sample – Alternative Formats IMPORTANT NOTE! You must submit your Word document (proposal) AND your Excel spreadsheet files in ONE attempt. They cannot be submitted in separate attempts. Submit the original Excel spreadsheet file–do not PDF it or copy it into a Word document. If you use a Mac, convert your files into Microsoft Office Word (.doc or .docx) and Excel (.xls or .xlsx) files. The grade book cannot open or display Mac files.

Question 992 Excel Spreadsheet

Week Two Assignment #1- Creating a Spreadsheet for a Grant Proposal Software/WebTools Grant Budget and Proposal (This assignment fulfill these NETS-T, InTASC, and CCTC Standards) SCENARIO: Your school has been awarded a Department of Education Enhancing Education through Technology grant.

A portion of the grant money will go specifically to purchase instructional software or online web tools. The teachers with the best grant proposals will receive $10,000 to purchase these materials/licenses for their classrooms. The grant proposal must contain an Excel spreadsheet which lists the software and costs, a written proposal that explains what software would be purchased, why it was chosen and how it would enhance and support learning in your classroom Assignment Instructions This is a two-part assignment: You will use Microsoft Excel to create a budget spreadsheet for the software you want for your classroom within the $10,000 budget.

You will use Microsoft Word to write a 1-2 page software proposal that explains what software would be purchased, why it was chosen and how it would enhance and support learning in your classroom.

Compile a Software/Online Web tools List Using your textbook and online resources, compile a list of instructional software that you want for your classroom. You must choose software from all three main categories below, but you don’t have to choose software from all of the bullet-pointed sub-categories. Page numbers provide examples of the software types, but you may need to do online research to find more examples in each category.

1. Instructional Software (Chapter 3) drill & practice (pages 79-83) tutorial (pages 83-86) simulations (pages 87-92) instructional games (pages 92-96) problem-solving (pages 96-100) personal learning systems (pages 101-102)

2. Basic Software Suites (Chapter 4) Word processors (pages 112-120) Spreadsheets (pages 121-125) Presentation (pages 125-134)

3. Beyond the Basics (Chapter 5) Materials generators (pages 143-149) Data collection and analysis tools (pages 149-156) Graphics tools (pages 156-160) Planning and organizing tools (pages 160-162) Research and reference tools (pages 162-163) Content-area tools (pages 163-167) Proposal Letter Use Microsoft Word to write a 1-2 page proposal in business letter format to your school principal that includes: The list of chosen software and their categories Explanation of why the software was chosen. Explanation of how the software will enhance and support learning in the classroom.

Include brief examples of learning activities that would use the software. ISTE NETS for Students (NETS-S) standards that the software will enable your students to achieve. ISTE NETS for Teachers (NETS-T) standards that you will achieve by using the software for productivity or student learning.

Use this Sample Template for Proposal Letter Sample Template for Proposal Letter – Alternative Formats Excel Spreadsheet You will create an Excel spreadsheet budget that lists your chosen software or application (for IOS, Droid or other system), the vendor, the category of software (see items 1-3 above) and the prices. If the software will be used on more than one computer in your classroom, the price should include one copy of the software and then site licenses for the other computers that will use it.

Note that many software companies provide educational pricing. List software by the main three categories and then by sub-category, so the type of software is evident.

Subtotal the category sections. Demonstrate the use of the SUM function to total rows or columns and section subtotals, and use the Multiply (product) function to multiply more than one of the same item (such as site licenses).

Insert lines in your spreadsheet (the gray gridlines will not print lines when the spreadsheet is printed out, so you have to add the lines). Excel Spreadsheet Sample Click for more options Excel Spreadsheet Sample – Alternative Formats IMPORTANT NOTE! You must submit your Word document (proposal) AND your Excel spreadsheet files in ONE attempt.

They cannot be submitted in separate attempts. Submit the original Excel spreadsheet file–do not PDF it or copy it into a Word document. If you use a Mac, convert your files into Microsoft Office Word (.doc or .docx) and Excel (.xls or .xlsx) files. The grade book cannot open or display Mac files.

Question 993 Excel Spreadsheet

Week Two Assignment #1- Creating a Spreadsheet for a Grant Proposal Software/WebTools Grant Budget and Proposal (This assignment fulfills these NETS-T, InTASC, and CCTC Standards) SCENARIO:

Your school has been awarded a Department of Education Enhancing Education through Technology grant. A portion of the grant money will go specifically to purchase instructional software or online web tools.

The teachers with the best grant proposals will receive $10,000 to purchase these materials/licenses for their classrooms. The grant proposal must contain an Excel spreadsheet which lists the software and costs, a written proposal that explains what software would be purchased, why it was chosen and how it would enhance and support learning in your classroom Assignment Instructions This is a two-part assignment:

You will use Microsoft Excel to create a budget spreadsheet for the software you want for your classroom within the $10,000 budget. You will use Microsoft Word to write a 1-2 page software proposal that explains what software would be purchased, why it was chosen and how it would enhance and support learning in your classroom.

Compile a Software/Online Web tools List Using your textbook and online resources, compile a list of instructional software that you want for your classroom.

You must choose software from all three main categories below, but you don’t have to choose software from all of the bullet-pointed sub-categories. Page numbers provide examples of the software types, but you may need to do online research to find more examples in each category.

1. Instructional Software (Chapter 3) drill & practice (pages 79-83) tutorial (pages 83-86) simulations (pages 87-92) instructional games (pages 92-96) problem-solving (pages 96-100) personal learning systems (pages 101-102)

2. Basic Software Suites (Chapter 4) Word processors (pages 112-120) Spreadsheets (pages 121-125) Presentation (pages 125-134)

3. Beyond the Basics (Chapter 5) Materials generators (pages 143-149) Data collection and analysis tools (pages 149-156) Graphics tools (pages 156-160) Planning and organizing tools (pages 160-162) Research and reference tools (pages 162-163) Content-area tools (pages 163-167) Proposal Letter Use Microsoft Word to write a 1-2 page proposal in business letter format to your school principal that includes:

The list of chosen software and their categories Explanation of why the software was chosen. Explanation of how the software will enhance and support learning in the classroom. Include brief examples of learning activities that would use the software.

ISTE NETS for Students (NETS-S) standards that the software will enable your students to achieve. ISTE NETS for Teachers (NETS-T) standards that you will achieve by using the software for productivity or student learning.

Use this Sample Template for Proposal Letter Sample Template for Proposal Letter – Alternative Formats Excel Spreadsheet You will create an Excel spreadsheet budget that lists your chosen software or application (for IOS, Droid or other system), the vendor, the category of software (see items 1-3 above) and the prices.

If the software will be used on more than one computer in your classroom, the price should include one copy of the software and then site licenses for the other computers that will use it. Note that many software companies provide educational pricing.

List software by the main three categories and then by sub-category, so the type of software is evident. Subtotal the category sections. Demonstrate the use of the SUM function to total rows or columns and section subtotals, and use the Multiply (product) function to multiply more than one of the same item (such as site licenses).

Insert lines in your spreadsheet (the gray gridlines will not print lines when the spreadsheet is printed out, so you have to add the lines). Excel Spreadsheet Sample Click for more options Excel Spreadsheet Sample – Alternative Formats IMPORTANT NOTE! You must submit your Word document (proposal) AND your Excel spreadsheet files in ONE attempt. They cannot be submitted in separate attempts.

Submit the original Excel spreadsheet file–do not PDF it or copy it into a Word document. If you use a Mac, convert your files into Microsoft Office Word (.doc or .docx) and Excel (.xls or .xlsx) files. The grade book cannot open or display Mac files.

Question 994 Create a Newsletter

Class Newsletter Announcing You Won the Grant (This assignment fulfills these NETS-T, InTASC, and CCTC Standards) In this assignment, you will use a Microsoft Word newsletter template to create a class newsletter to your students’ parents. If you are not yet teaching, assume that you are teaching your preferred grade level. In this scenario, you (the teacher) have won the $10,000 software grant (Week 3 Assignment 1). You will explain to the parents what software will be purchased and how it will be used in the class.

Include the following topics:

1. Introduction (announcement that your class won the software grant)

2. List the software that will be in your classroom (put in the same categories as the grant).

3. Explain how the software will be used in your classroom.

4. Explain how the software will enhance learning.

5. Explain ISTE NETS-S for Students and explain which standards the students will be able to work toward or achieve by using this new software in class.

Note: Any graphics used in the newsletter must be cited with an APA Figure caption underneath the image and listed in a Reference list.

Newsletters are meant to be formatted using columns and featured articles. To ensure you are formatting the newsletter correctly, you may want to use a template below. To access Microsoft Word’s template files, see the following tutorials.

Remember that you must use a NEWSLETTER template of your choice. Where do I find Templates (2013, 2016)? Some Graphic Design Principles Do not put title, subtitles or text in ALL CAPITAL letters. All caps are harder for the eye to read. Do not put any text, titles or subtitles in italics font. Italics are harder for the eye to read.

Save italics for items that require them, such as book titles. Do not Center sentences, paragraphs or bulleted items. Centered text is harder for the eye to read. Centering titles and subtitles is fine. If you place text in a coloured background, make sure that it is visible. For example, black font in a dark blue background cannot be seen well.

Make the font a lighter colour in those areas. Use short paragraphs and bulleted lists. People will not wade through large chunks of text. Do not underline titles or subtitles. Put them in bold-face for APA style.

DO NOT use the following text-background colour combinations because they create optical problems for the eyes, so they are very hard to read. red text over blue background red text over green background green text over blue background green text over red background blue text over red background blue text over green background

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Question 995 Create a Newsletter

Class Newsletter Announcing You Won the Grant (This assignment fulfills these NETS-T, InTASC, and CCTC Standards) In this assignment, you will use a Microsoft Word newsletter template to create a class newsletter to your students’ parents. If you are not yet teaching, assume that you are teaching your preferred grade level. In this scenario, you (the teacher) have won the $10,000 software grant (Week 3 Assignment 1).

You will explain to the parents what software will be purchased and how it will be used in the class. Include the following topics:

1. Introduction (announcement that your class won the software grant)

2. List the software that will be in your classroom (put in the same categories as the grant).

3. Explain how the software will be used in your classroom.

4. Explain how the software will enhance learning.

5. Explain ISTE NETS-S for Students and explain which standards the students will be able to work toward or achieve by using this new software in class. Note: Any graphics used in the newsletter must be cited with an APA Figure caption underneath the image and listed in a Reference list.

Newsletters are meant to be formatted using columns and featured articles. To ensure you are formatting the newsletter correctly, you may want to use a template below. To access Microsoft Word’s template files, see the following tutorials.

Remember that you must use a NEWSLETTER template of your choice. Where do I find Templates (2013, 2016)? Some Graphic Design Principles Do not put title, subtitles or text in ALL CAPITAL letters. All caps are harder for the eye to read. Do not put any text, titles or subtitles in italics font. Italics are harder for the eye to read. Save italics for items that require them, such as book titles.

Do not center sentences, paragraphs or bulleted items. Centered text is harder for the eye to read. Centering titles and subtitles is fine. If you place text in a coloured background, make sure that it is visible.

For example, black font in a dark blue background cannot be seen well. Make the font a lighter colour in those areas. Use short paragraphs and bulleted lists. People will not wade through large chunks of text. Do not underline titles or subtitles. Put them in bold-face for APA style.

DO NOT use the following text-background colour combinations because they create optical problems for the eyes, so they are very hard to read. red text over blue background red text over green background green text over blue background green text over red background blue text over red background blue text over green background

Question 996 Reflection Paper

Here is the instruction for the reflection paper Due: Tuesday, February 14 at 2 p.m. You will write a weekly reflection paper that will assess your comprehension and critical thinking skills.

The reflection papers will cover the ideas and concepts we read about and discussed in class. These are some guiding questions to help in your writing:

1. What is the problem or main point identified by the authors?

2. What is the solution or examples supporting the main point as discussed by the authors?

3. What is your opinion of these areas discussed by the authors? Use your words to summarize articles as much as possible.

When you summarize the author’s writing, include a citation [Example: “(Cornell, pg. 2)”]. Each paper length is 500 words minimum, double spaced, 12-point font, no cover page. Type your name, class, date and Reflection Paper number at the top of your paper as a header. Include the page number at the bottom of each page and list the word count at the end of your paper. Reflection will be from the (2) attachments

Question 997 Case Law Analysis Memo

You are a paralegal employed by Chong and Associates. This is a large law firm located in Annapolis, Maryland. The firm specializes in representing people in employment cases.

An attorney and paralegal are assigned to each case. The paralegal conducts the initial intake and obtains the names and phone numbers of potential witnesses. The attorney interviews the client and explains the law to the client.

The attorney explores the defenses the employer may have. In order to fully understand the case, the attorney may request that the paralegal draft a Synthesis Memo that explains the law or an Office Memo that applies the law and the arguments that the opposing side may raise.

Also, in order to fully educate the client, the paralegal may draft a client information letter that explains the law. Paralegal Memo summarizing the interview with Helen Winter The paralegal interviewed Ms. Winter and wrote the following memo:

To: Helen Winter file From: Pat Jefferson, Paralegal Helen Winter came into the office to discuss her employment case. Ms. Winter has been employed by the federal government as an auditor for the last 8 years. Approximately, 2 years ago, she got a new supervisor, Harvey Rivers. At the beginning, Mr. Rivers was professional. However, after several months, he started making comments that made her uncomfortable. He would make comments about her hair, clothes, and generally her appearance. Since this made her feel uncomfortable, she eventually told him to stop making comments about her appearance. For a bit, the comments stopped.

Recently, the comments started up again and Mr. Rivers asked her out to lunch as well as dinner. She declined both invitations. Afterwards, Mr. Rivers stopped talking to her and stopped giving her assignments and tasks. She believes that he is not giving her these assignments and tasks since she declined his invitations. The lack of work is going to be detrimental to her career and promotion potential. As a result, she is worried about her job and has been having health issues. Witness 1 Statement My name is Ms. Georgette Jones.

I am in the cubicle next to Helen Winter. I have known Helen for the 4 years. She has never mentioned feeling uncomfortable with Mr. Rivers. He has always been professional and courteous to me. Witness 2 Statement My name is Tom Grant. I work with Helen and Georgette.

In fact, I am in the cubicle behind Helen. I have noticed that Helen avoids Mr. Rivers. I have noticed that he likes to comment on the women in the office and their clothes. It is the way he is. Issue: Whether Ms. Winter’s sexual harassment case based on the actions of her supervisor, Mr. Rivers, are sufficiently severe or pervasive to alter the conditions of the plaintiff’s employment.

Cases and Statutes: Harris v. Forklift Sys., Inc., 510 US 17 Meritor Sav. Bank v. Vinson, 477 US 57 42 USC 2000e-2 29 C.F.R. 1604.11 In this project, you will demonstrate your skill in analyzing a legal issue and explaining that analysis in a legal memorandum.

Your memo will use the listed cases, statutes, and facts. The memo must follow the IRAC format. For the given issue, you will explain the relevant law from the cases, apply that law to the facts, and set out a reasoned conclusion.

Evaluation Criteria Your work will be evaluated according to the grading rubric for this project. Your explanation of the case law and statutes must be accurate and thorough.

Your application of the law to the client’s situation must be thorough and from both perspectives. Your conclusion must be supported by the application. Citations must follow The Bluebook rules for citation and style. You memo must provide sufficient context and logical organization.

Your memo must exhibit correct sentence structure, grammar, punctuation, and spelling.

Question 998 Employment contract

I need a revision for my assignment done by the writer. Here are some comments: Use February instead of “second month of the year” What is this – (Neil and Chin); ??? You have a lot of legalese that can be omitted in your contract, per the guidelines in the book and our discussions in class.

Go through the contract and try to omit some of it – if the sentence/section makes sense without the archaic legalese, then omit it. If you need the word for the sentence/section to make sense, then leave it.

You have different fonts on the contract – like you copied and pasted it from different sources. This looks sloppy. Clean it up. What does this sentence mean – “The Employee has the discretion to bring the deed and her employment through a notice of NOT less than a week’s notice to the Employer in writing.” ??? What is this? (Gross and Compa ).

It’s severability, not separability You have a placeholder for addresses within the notice section but no actual addresses. Make sure this is cleaned up.

Question 999 Phipps Vs. Toronto Police Services Board

Visit the Ontario Human Rights Commission website at www.ohrc.on.ca. Under “Our Work”>Legal” choose the case related to police action (i.e. Phipps Vs. Toronto Police Services Board).

Critically analyze the case by considering the actions of the officers involved. How were their actions or behaviours discriminatory?> What effect did their actions have on the offended party and the community? What could the officers have done to avoid discrimination of this sort?

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Question 1000 Case Brief

Case brief of case 29-4 (Attached). Case brief should include a summary of the Facts, Issues, Decision and Rationale or Reason for the major issues in the case. A sample brief of Case 1-1 is attached. Don’t use any source and follow the attached example case brief. One page.


Question 1001 Carding

You will be arguing factually why you believe carding is an issue, what examples exist to support that this is a practice that is problematic OR is NOT problematic. If you feel that it is, derive your facts from real cases and statistics or research done online.

Question 1002 Police and PTSD

you are to locate at least three separate online articles on Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and police-related stress. You will: Discuss the relevance of PTSD and police-related stress to police officers Discuss at least two challenges related to police officers dealing with these stresses Explain symptoms, causes, and treatments

Question 1003 Discussion board

Topic 1: Your company has recently hired a new person. Shortly after this individual begins work, the company receives a “garnishment order.” This court order specifies that a certain percentage of the employee’s salary must be deducted each pay check in order to satisfy a money judgment that has been entered against the employee.

After complying with the court order order for several pay checks, the company receives another court order to stop paying the garnishment (it turns out the employee was not notified of the proceedings that lead to a money judgment against him).

A few months later, in the same case (it is a divorce case), the company receives ANOTHER court order directing the company to “garnish” a percentage of the employee’s wages. The boss shows up at your door. “This is too much,” he says. “I want to get rid of this guy because these garnishment orders are driving me crazy.” 1.

What would you advise the boss – about firing the employee for the garnishment orders, and about garnishment generally? A month later another garnishment order arrives – this time for a different case; a judgment was entered against the employee in a personal injury case (a car accident), the employee had proper notice of the court proceedings but chose not to defend, and judgment was entered against him.

2. Would your advice to your boss change? How? Topic 2 Imagine you have 2 friends who work for a “disaster recovery business.” A disaster recovery business responds to calls from [potential] clients who have had a “disaster” damage their home – for example, a pipe burst and caused a flood, or the cat knocked over a halogen lamp causing fire damage in the living room, or a hurricane has broken a window and damaged a room. Business has picked up and this small, 2-man company decides to hire a new employee.

This person will staff an office from 9-5 M-F and take calls 24/7 from people who have had a disaster. The person will keep track of invoices. billing, payments, etc. They would need to carry a mobile phone and answer calls that could arise 24 hours a day/7 days a week. Your friends know you’ve taken an employment law course and ask you for help.

Draft a memo setting forth the legal responsibilities (if any) towards this person (for instance, will the company have to pay the employee by the hour for each hour they carry the mobile phone?)” Be sure to interact with at least one classmate on each question

Question 1004 bibliography

Now that you have a topic for your final paper, it is time to do some research. You need to find academic sources that will help you answer your question. For this part, you will essentially turn in an annotated bibliography.

You must find 5 outside academic sources. Your sources must fit the following criteria:

1. They must be academic books, peer-reviewed journals, or law review articles. 2. They must be sources that were not used as class readings. a. But feel free to use these sources in your paper!

3. If sources are more than a decade or so old, make sure they are not out of date in terms of the data used or the findings presented. a. E.g., “According to Roe v. Wade, the current practice in evaluating the timeline of an abortion is the trimester framework.” (No!!!)

4. Case law is also permitted (think RCRJ 202: Supreme Court cases, etc.). This means they cannot be newspapers, magazines, websites, documents from advocacy organizations, and so on. If you are unsure if a source qualifies, ask me and I will let you know. – Again, this is for the purposes of this assignment. Quoting and referring to relevant newspaper articles, websites, advocacy organizations, etc. is entirely appropriate for use in your paper.

For this part of the assignment, you are required to locate and read your sources, and provide a summary of them (see the example on the back of this page). In order to receive full credit, you must

(1) find at least 5 sources,

(2) ensure that all sources meet the criteria above

(3) provide an adequate summary of each one using the format shown on the back of this page.

Submissions that lack these qualities are subject to losing points. This assignment is due Tuesday, March 28th. Please submit this assignment via BlackBoard. [This is just an example. You must do this for each of your five sources.]

APA Format Citation: Norris, R. J. (2012). Assessing compensation statutes for the wrongly convicted. Criminal Justice Policy Review, 23, 352-374. Main Purpose or Thesis of the Work: The purpose of this work is to show the tremendous variability of existing compensation statutes for those who have been wrongly convicted and exonerated.

Norris shows that the laws differ greatly from state to state, and argues that although having a compensation statute is better than not having one, there is much room for improvement among those that already exist.

How did the author(s) conduct the study? (What did he/she/they actually do?) The author collected all existing statutes and conducted a content analysis of each one.

He coded the statutes across ten different dimensions and analyzed the overall landscape of compensation statutes. He then compared the statutes to a model standard and devised a scoring system to rank each statute.

How does this source relate to or contribute to the question/issue you plan to address in your paper? In other words, how will you use this to help answer the question? [Obviously, I cannot do this here. But for each of your articles, I want you to think very clearly about how they actually contribute to making your final paper better. Try to articulate that here.]

https://www.homeworknest.com/index.phpQuestion 1005 Employment Law Discussion Board

Section 1 A male employee complains to his supervisor. The employee is gay. He says another employee – who is straight – says things whenever the gay employee passes the straight employee’s cubicle.

The gay employee says the straight employee makes sexually suggestive remarks to him, like “Nice buns” or “Nice basket.” of “I’d let you ‘do’ me, even if I am straight.” The straight employee shows pictures of handsome men from his sports magazine to the gay employee and says, “I bet you wouldn’t throw him out of bed for eating crackers!” or “I bet you’d like to see his baseballs!” The gay employee finds this behaviour offensive; he is in a long-term relationship and has no interest in the straight employee.

He finds it offensive to have pictures of these handsome athletes shoved in his face along with suggestive comments. The gay employee demands that something be done or he will seek legal advice.

The supervisor shows up at your door. “Can he really sue?” he says. “Federal law doesn’t protect against anti-gay discrimination, does it? Can’t I tell him he has to live with this?” You might “skim” this article for help; the ‘twist’ in this hypothetical is that the “straight” employee does not really have any sexual interest in the gay employee.

It doesn’t fit the usual situation (e.g., a male supervisor “hitting on” his female secretary, who fears for her job if she complains to anyone). Complex Law Review Article on Same-Sex Sexual Harassment

1. Provide your analysis of the situation in 200- 400 words. Section

2 BFOQ’s and “business necessity” sometimes serve as exceptions to the rule that you cannot discriminate in employment decisions.

Locate a decision from a court or other tribunal where a BFOQ or business necessity argument carried the day–or did not. Briefly summarize it and explain why you agree or disagree with the decision. ] Be sure to interact with at least one classmate on each question.

Question 1006 US Law

Please prepare two items

1. Interrogatives (4pages ) and research production (3 pages)

You may choose ur side to pick either sally soprano or lyric Opera. For this answer you should think critically about the issues in the mock complaint, and your answer defences and counterclaim you submitted.

Think about what additional evidence you may assist you as you continue to litigate the case, and in the event you go to trial. I am going to attach the 2 templates which may help you these are example of the format needed.

Question 1007 Canadian Criminal Law

You have to write a paper with two separate parts, one for each of the fact scenarios which follow. You are told what criminal act(s) a person committed, and you are told how things turned out at the end.

Your assignment is to state and briefly explain the procedural steps that it took to get from the beginning to the end (i.e. you will be asked to fill in the blanks of what must have happened from beginning to end).

Each section should deal with most of the following topics. Between the two sections, your paper should address each of these topics: – Arrest – Search and Seizure – Detention and judicial interim release (bail) – Court system / procedural steps before trial – Plea bargaining – Trial procedure – Sentencing – Appeal Full instructions are in the Case Scenario Assignment 2017 word file. I will be sending more files to help with the assignment.

Question 1008 Canadian Employment Law

Please read the fact scenario attached to complete the assignment instructions. 1. You are working as a clerk at the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario (HRTO) and are tasked to assess this complaint on the basis of whether there is a prima facie case, absent any response from the employer, in favour of the two complainants. (1,500 words max in a legal memo format) Include the following:

• heading

• succinct identification of the legal issue(s)

• short summary of your conclusion

• review of relevant facts

• discussion of the law relevant to the legal issues, and application of that law to the facts

• ultimate conclusion that is responsive to the legal issues.

Question 1009 persuasive case

Please use persuasive writing to re-write the Issue Statement and the Fact Section from last semester’s X-Men assignment. In your fact section, please explain the dispute and then describe the figures.

In your description of the figures, make sure to highlight the the things that support your claim. So, if you have decided that the figures are dolls, you would focus on all the aspects of the figures that point to it looking like a human. Conversely, if you decided the figures were other toys, you would highlight all the things that make the item not human – like Wolverines knife fingernails.

If you originally found that some figures were dolls and some were other toys, you only need to write about the majority. So, you would write the Issue Statement so that it only pertains to those two figures. You would also only describe those two figures. The entire assignment should be no longer than two pages in length. Remember to follow the General Writing Assignment directions, just like you have for all of the writing assignments this semester

 

Question 1010 Human Resources Law Memo

This assignment should be written in memorandum format. Joe has had a difficult life. His parents separated when he was an infant. His mother began drinking heavily to deal with her depression and became alcoholic.

Social Services intervened to remove Joe from his mother’s care. Joe’s grandmother took Joe in and raised him from infancy. Joe is now employed for your company.

His grandmother needs a serious operattion on her eyes and will require constant monitoring and help 24 hours a day 7 days a week. Joe asks for 6 weeks unpaid leave from his important job to provide care for his grandmother. Your boss comes to you – “Are we legally obligated to grant Joe unpaid leave and guarantee him his job?”

. Write a short memo to your boss explaining the company’s obligations under the FMLA and answering his question. Offer your own opinion as to whether Joe should be granted unpaid leave, Be sure to interact with at least one classmate.

Question 1011 Counter response to Attorney’s reply to my ARDC Complaint filed

I am currently in a custody case for my son. The attorney I hired mishandled my case egregiously, so I submitted a complaint to the ARDC (Attorney Registration and Disciplinary Commission) The ARDC can yank an attorney’s right to practice law.

This attorney responded to my original complaint, so I am now countering his reply. In this attorneys response, he claims this as a simple “fee dispute” so the goal of this document is to prove to the ARDC the gross negligence and ineptitude of this lawyer. The ‘ARDC Response to Linder Response’ is the document I am looking for help with.

Question 1012 Law

You are required to select a topic related to the course themes and identify and examine the ways in which this topic is linked to changing contexts and emerging issues in are of diversity, policing and/or First Nations.

You are required to incorporate relevant course materials (video and required readings) as well as additional academic sources (i.e., journal articles, books, chapters from edited collections) into your discussion and analysis.

Indigenous people in the criminal justice system Socioeconomic issues- indigenous gang groups Indigenous people in Canada Diversity Competence in the CJS Mental Health Issues and development (relating to police) Religion and diversity Diversity and first nations of Canada NB: Power point and other materials can be provided if needed

Question 1013 University Crime Prevention

Make a Brochure about Crime Prevention on a College Campus. Sullivan University. My main focus is about the TEXT-A-TIP line. I don’t have a phone number right now so just put (999) 999-9999.

I want pictures that look almost real. almost Scary looking, but I will still get my point across. Attached are some ideas I would like to use. the Fired up cover is an example of something I would like to do. maybe something like WATCH OUT. I want something that will catch everyone’s attention. Keep it simple but yet fearful. I want people to want to read it and not just over look it.

Question 1014 Presume Matthew

Presume Matthew (see below) is a friend of yours from home. He is facing charges in the juvenile court, and he could end up in a training school for a year if adjudicated a delinquent.

He does not qualify for a public defender, and so his parents have retained a private attorney. He does not like the attorney and is considering dismissing the attorney and proceeding without counsel. He knows you have taken a few criminal justice courses, and he asks you for your opinion.

Relying strongly on the reading to support your decision, explain what advice you would give to Matthew. Matthew, 17, was charged with criminal impersonation, after “working” for a week as a physician’s assistant at a local emergency room. While there he performed CPR, removed an IV and examined both charts and disrobed patients.

When confronted by police he first claimed the hospital knew he was young and that he was there shadowing ER personnel in order to learn about the job. Two years prior he was thrown out a sheriff’s department program for youth interested in law enforcement after presenting himself as an actual deputy. Matthew is an extremely intelligent teen, with a full academic college scholarship for the following year.

His parents both work 80 hour work weeks and, while they provide for all his physical needs, they do not have much time to devote to their son. Their jobs have led to frequent promotions and cross-country moves. All neighbourhoods and school systems have been nice, and Matthew has always been able to make friends, but he is not especially close to friends, family or neighbours due to the lack of stability in his living/school situation.

Question 1015  questions

Please provide a brief answer to each of the following questions: 1- What is a contract? 2- What are the elements of a valid contract? 3- What is the statute of frauds? 4- What is an unilateral contract and what is a bilateral contract? 5- What is an option contract? 6- Can a mentally insane person enter into a contract? Why? 7- What is duress and how does it affect the validity of a contract? 8- Is a promise of a gift a valid contract? Why?

Question 1016 court cases

You are a legal assistant for the attorney of the ABCD company. For this assignment you must conduct research and find three (3) court opinions (i.e. cases that have been previously decided by the court) that are precedent (i.e. have similar facts and issues of law) to the case below.

To receive credit for this assignment, you must provide the case title and citation of each of the three (3) cases you find. You may use Google Scholar in order to conduct your research. The Church of Narnia vs. ABCD Company: Six months ago the CEO for ABCD Company sent a letter to the Bishop for the Church of Narnia pledging a $5,000,000.00 donation to the Church.

Upon receipt of this news, the Bishop contacted ABCD’s CEO who re-assured the Bishop that the Church would be receiving a check for this amount within the ensuing four to six weeks. The Bishop, who for several years badly wanted to expand the Church in order to increase its congregation, immediately hired an architect and paid him $200,000.00 to design the new ambitious project. The Bishop was in love with the architect’s design, so he quickly hired a general contractor for $1,000,000.00 to start the building process.

In addition to the $1,000,000.00 for the labor, the Bishop paid another 3,000,000.00 for the tools and materials needed for the project. On week five after receiving the letter and first speaking to ABCD’s CEO on the phone, the bishop called ABCD because he was nervous about the fact that he had not received the check and he had already incurred such significant expenses.

Note that the only reason the Bishop engaged in this ambitious construction project was because of the extra money he was counting on getting from ABCD since the Church’s structure did not need it to continue its regular operations. The CEO at that point told the Bishop that soon after committing to donate the money, ABCD’s finances started going terribly wrong and as such at this point they were not able to make a donation to the church. The Bishop is now demanding that ABCD still true to its word and give the church the donation.

Question 1017 question

Please provide a brief answer to each of the following questions:

1. What is the warranty of merchantability?

2. What is the warranty of fitness for a particular purpose?

3. What is a disclaimer?

4. What are the different ways in which personal property can be obtained?

5. What is the difference between personal property and real property?

6. What is the difference between tangible property and intangible property?

7. What is abandonment?

8. What is a bailment?

Question 1018 court cases

For this assignment, you must use the format provided below in order to brief the attached case: SALSBURY v. NORTH WESTERN BELL TELEPHONE CO., 221 N.W.2d 609 _1974(1).pdf Format for Case Brief Assignment (your case brief assignment must include these sections):

1- Case Title & Citation

2- Issue (a combination of the legal question the Court is asked to decide and the key facts of the case)

3- Rule (the law that the Court identifies as applicable/binding in the case)

4- Application (the Courts application of the rule identified by the Court to the key facts and legal issue of the case)

5- Conclusion (a brief statement of the outcome of the case)

Question 1019 opinion-editorial

Write an Op-Ed (opinion-editorial) piece that allows you to demonstrate an understanding of how issues relating to the dignity of the human person and the realization of the common good may be addressed by you in your professional practice now and in the future.

You will need to select an issue that relates to the degree program you are studying and write a concise but persuasive opinion piece on an issue or problem relating to the dignity of the human person and the realisation of the common good that relates to your future professional practice. 700 words

Question 1020 US Corrections .D.

CJ2400 US Corrections .D. 1.2-Much of the history of corrections in the United States can be traced back to the Auburn and Pennsylvania systems of punishment. What if the Auburn silent system was chosen over the Pennsylvania system of punishment?

How different would corrections be today? In addition to the problems the Auburn system presented in the past, what additional problems would the system present in modern society and how might the system be beneficial in today’s society? 1.3- Three strikes laws have become popular in recent years after the abduction and murder of Polly Klaas in 1993.

The goal of three strikes sentencing is to deter crime, and the majority of states have legislation on the books that address repeat, violent offenders. Do you believe that three strike laws actually deter crime? What is the cost, to the correctional system, of this legislation? Is it worth it? 2.1- Probationers enjoy many of the same rights as non-convicted citizens.

But a probationer’s right to know what information his or her sentence is based on is a hotly debated issue. The amount of rights that probationers enjoy is directly related to the Pre-Sentence Investigation that must be completed by the probation officer. Why do many probation officers object to making Pre-Sentence Investigation (PSI) reports public? Do you believe PSI should be made public? Why or why not? 2.2- Too often, the criminal justice system needs an alternative between incarceration and the outright release of an offender.

Intermediate sanctions help to fill that void. Intermediate sanctions are one form of punishment about which individuals with competing views can reach some agreement. What are the advantages of intermediate sanctions, for all parties involved? What are the disadvantages? Are intermediate sanctions the future of corrections? Why or why not? 3.1-The number of Americans behind bars is a controversial topic that must be addressed by the criminal justice system.

During the past decade the numbers of jail inmates has risen from 220 per 100,000 residents to 250 per 100,000 residents. With all of the reform efforts and a declining crime rate, why did jail populations increase during this period? How does prison overcrowding affect the jail population?

Do you see any opportunities to reverse this trend? 3.2- Jails have not escaped the influx of prisoners that have swelled correctional institutions well beyond their maximum capacities. As we discussed previously, the number of inmates in our local jails has increased by over 10% in the past decade.

This has resulted in jail populations that have nearly tripled since 1985. With this deluge of prisoners comes complications. Name three of the most serious issues facing the jails in the U.S. today. Discuss your solution to one of these three issues. 4.1- It is a drastic change in one’s lifestyle to go from a life of freedom to a life of incarceration. An individual’s daily routine is no longer their own. Inmates often go through a variety of attitude and behavior changes as they adjust to life as an inmate.

This drastic transition begins as soon as they arrive at the facility. What type of changes must they now undergo? What are some of the factors that make it difficult to initially adjust to prison? Do you think this treatment is inhumane? 4.2- Health care is an issue for correctional institutions.

When looking at the health care needs of prisoners, female inmates have higher rates of illness than do their male counterparts. However, the quality of health care they receive varies from quite good to very poor. List several areas where health care of inmates could be improved.

Do you feel the medical needs of women in prison are being adequately met? Explain. The ideas and beliefs 5.1- Prisoners’ rights are a broad and often controversial topic.

There is more than one viewpoint on the topic of prisoners’ rights, and generally no consensus can be reached. Each viewpoint influences how we decide upon and preserve or remove rights from those incarcerated. What are the three viewpoints described in the text?

With these established, define “prisoners’ rights.” Do you believe that prisoners have too many rights? Too few? Why? 5.2- It is common knowledge that the right to legal counsel begins when an individual is arrested, with the Miranda Rights etched into the memory of most criminal justice professionals. The necessity for legal services doesn’t end with an inmate’s conviction. There are multiple resources available for an inmate to pursue.

List three different legal services available to inmates. In your opinion, should inmates have this many options to continue their defense post-conviction? Why or why not? According to research, access to education is a key to future career success, and this is just as true for inmates.

The research shows that providing education to inmates is beneficial in many ways. It is discouraging then that college programs have been reduced, primarily because prison systems are coming to believe that prisoners do not need the frills of postsecondary schooling.

What educational possibilities are still available to inmates in prison and how valuable is educational programming for offenders? Is it important to protect these opportunities for inmates? Why or why not? 6.1- According to research, access to education is a key to future career success, and this is just as true for inmates.

The research shows that providing education to inmates is beneficial in many ways. It is discouraging then that college programs have been reduced, primarily because prison systems are coming to believe that prisoners do not need the frills of postsecondary schooling.

What educational possibilities are still available to inmates in prison and how valuable is educational programming for offenders? Is it important to protect these opportunities for inmates? Why or why not? 6.2- The punishment for being convicted of a crime doesn’t end with the completion of an inmate’s sentence.

There are rights and privileges that are not restored when inmates are released from prison, and that follows them for the remainder of their lives. What rights may offenders have to live without because of their criminal record?

In what way might the loss of these rights affect their ability to reintegrate into society? Do you agree with the loss of rights for ex-offenders, even after their release or completion of their sentence? 7.1- Reducing murder rates in the United States has been of major importance to the criminal justice system for many years.

The solution that many states, and the federal government, have arrived at is to utilize capital punishment as a sanction for murder. Retentionists and abolitionists disagree about the effectiveness of the death penalty to deter murder.

Empirical research had been done in an attempt to settle these arguments. What types of studies have been done? What were the findings? Does the death penalty deter murder?

7.2- State legislatures have passed laws permitting juveniles to be transferred or waived to adult court where they can be tried and punished as adults because of the concerns over violent juvenile offenders and the threats they pose to the community.

In most states the age at which a child can be transferred to an adult facility is 14. However, in Vermont children can be transferred to adult facilities as young as 10, and in Georgia, Illinois, and Mississippi at age

13. What are some of the issues of juvenile offenders that are placed in adult prisons? How does being in an adult facility affect the future likelihood of criminal behavior?

8.1-To the professional correctional officer, their job represents a career in which they can grow and contribute to society. To the nonprofessional, their job represents merely a job, a paycheck — they have no commitment to the organization and they see no reason to give more of self than is absolutely necessary.

The desired trend is toward increased professionalism. There are some stumbling blocks standing in the way of making this a reality. Name three of the present challenges hindering the advancement of professionalism. How can each of these be overcome?

8.2-What do you see as the future of corrections? Do you think punishment or reform will dominate the future landscape of corrections?

Question 1021 Practice Case Brief

Prepare a brief of the case you chose to read earlier in this learning plan. For information about the essential elements of a brief, review the Case Brief Tutorial.

The cases you may choose from are: Hylton v. United States, 3 US 171 (1796) Dred Scott. v. Sanford, 60 US 393 (1857) Brown v. Board of Education, 347 US 483 (1954) Roe v. Wade, 410 US 113 (1973) United States v. Nixon, 418 US 683 (1974) Your brief should be no fewer than 650 words in length and should follow these guidelines:

Double-spaced 12 point Times font One inch margins Bluebook or Cornell site citation method (Title page, Citations, Reference page, and quotes over three lines do not count towards the minimum page limit) Correct spelling, grammar, and punctuation

Question 1022 Skill Assignment

For this assignment you will continue to work with the case of The Church of Narnia v. The ABCD Company, introducted in the first life skills assignment. Using the research you previously conducted (and the cases you found) for life skills assignment number 2 write a one to two page memorandum predicting the outcome of the The Church of Narnia v. The ABCD Company.

Feel free to conduct additional research if necessary. Make sure that your memos include not only your conclusions but your reasons for who you predict will win this case.

Question 1023 business law

Please provide a brief answer to each of the following questions:

1. What is order paper and what is bearer paper?

2. What are the main types of negotiable instruments?

3. What is the law merchant?

4. Who owns a corporation?

5. Who are the promoters of a corporation?

6. What is a de-facto corporation?

7. What is the function of the board of directors in a corporation?

8. What does it mean to pierce the corporate veil?

Question 1024 Arizona v. United States

Prepare a brief of Arizona v. United States (decided June 25, 2012), which you read earlier in this learning plan.

For information about the essential elements of a brief, review the Case Brief Tutorial. Your brief should be no fewer than 650 words in length and should follow these guidelines:

Double-spaced 12 point Times font One inch margins Bluebook or Cornell site citation method (Title page, Citations, Reference page, and quotes over three lines do not count towards the minimum page limit) Correct spelling, grammar, and punctuation

Question 1025 landlord

Landlord-Tenant Law Worth 220 points HINT: See Chapters 29 and 30 of the text to help understand some of the legal issues covered in this assignment. Larry Landlord has recently renovated an apartment and has put it on the market to be rented for $800.00 a month.

Larry Landlord has been in business for approximately five (5) years and has had both positive and negative experiences with tenants. Larry Landlord is hoping to find a good, long-term tenant for his apartment. Roger Renter saw Larry’s sign for the apartment for rent and thought the location and the apartment would be perfect.

Roger met Larry to look at the apartment and Roger fell in love with it. All of the interior fixtures had been replaced and the unit had a nice large closet. Roger noticed that although newly painted, the exterior of the apartment did show a little bit of wear. Because of the condition of the exterior of the building, Roger asked Larry about any roof leaks. Larry stated that he had never had a leak and was not aware of any leaks. Roger and Larry entered into a valid contract for the rental of the apartment. (Note: The issue of whether or not a contract exists is NOT part of this question.

For purposes of this question assume the contract is valid and there are no issues with the contract.) Roger Renter was very happy in his new location; the apartment was quiet and the neighbours were friendly. Larry Landlord was also very happy because Roger Renter was a model tenant. Roger Renter paid on time and was quiet and respectful to other tenants.

The part of the country where Roger rented was rainy in the summertime. Roger rented and moved into the apartment in October. In June, a tremendous rainstorm occurred and Roger’s roof began to leak. The leak was minor at first and Roger merely put a trash can under the leak and had no other issues that month. When handing over his monthly rent check, Roger told Larry about the small leak. Larry thanked Roger for letting him know about the leak and told Roger he would have it fixed. The next month the rains came again and the leak grew larger in Roger’s apartment.

Roger was not home at the time of the rain and therefore the leak damaged some of Roger’s furniture. Roger called Larry to let him know that there was a leak and asked when it might be fixed. Roger also stated that he thought Larry had fixed the roof.

Larry curtly stated, “When it rains, sometimes it pours. When it pours, sometimes it leaks.” Roger did not like Larry’s tone or response and called back to ask when the roof might be fixed. Larry stated, “When I get to it.” The following day, Roger sent Larry a note about the roof leak and asked Larry to please address the issue.

The week before the rent was due, another rainstorm occurred and the leak was even larger. This time the leak damaged Roger’s clothing, furniture, and some precious items he had inherited from family members. Roger called Larry and asked Larry to fix roof immediately. Larry responded in a similar and condescending manner. Roger hung up the phone and threw his baseball bat against the wall, damaging the drywall and knocking out an electrical socket.

Since it was the rainy season, Roger knew it would rain again and therefore simply moved his items away from the leak and did nothing to help mitigate the damage from the leaking roof. Larry came into the apartment to investigate the leak and found damage from not only the leak but also from the thrown baseball bat. Roger states that the baseball bat damage was a direct result of Larry’s inability to fix the leak based on his anger from Larry’s curt response. Suppose you are a mediator.

In five to seven (5-7) pages discuss the rights and responsibilities of the landlord and the tenant in which you: Explore the legal rights and responsibilities of the tenant and the landlord.

Decide whether or not the landlord and / or the tenant had a legal duty to mitigate damages. Determine whether or not Larry has legal grounds to evict Roger.

Explain why or why not. Describe whether or not Roger has a legal obligation to pay for the damage he caused and determine whether or not Larry would be liable for any direct damage. Support each response with facts presented in the scenario. Use proper legal terminology throughout your responses.

Use at least three (3) quality academic resources in this assignment. Note: Wikipedia and other Websites do not qualify as quality academic resources. Format your assignment according to the following formatting requirements: Typed, double spaced, using Times New Roman font (size 12), with one-inch margins on all sides.

Include a cover page containing the title of the assignment, the student’s name, the professor’s name, the course title, and the date. The cover page is not included in the required page length. Include a reference page. Citations and references must follow APA format.

The reference page is not included in the required page length. Grading for this assignment will be based on answer quality, logic / organization of the paper, and language and writing skills, using the following

Question 1026 Case Brief

Using the case you chose to read for Learning Activity #7 or #8 of this Learning Plan, fully brief the case identifying the essential elements of a brief. For information about the essential elements of a brief, review the Case Brief Tutorial.

The cases you may choose from are: Relating to Delegation: Whitman v. American Trucking Associations, 531 U.S. 457 (2001) Touby v. United States, 500 U.S. 160 (1991) Gomez v. United States, 490 U.S. 858 (1989) Peretz v. United States, 501 U.S. 923 (1991) Relating to Preemption: American Ins. Ass’n v. Garamendi, 539 U.S. 396 (2003) Crosby v. National Trade Council, 530 U.S. 363 (2000) Cipollone v. Liggett Group, Inc., 505 U.S. 504 (1992) Morales v.

Trans World Airlines, Inc., 504 U.S. 374 (1992) Your brief should be no fewer than 650 words in length and follow these guidelines: Double-spaced 12 point Times font One inch margins Bluebook or Cornell site citation method (Title page, Citations, Reference page, and quotes over three lines do not count towards the minimum page limit) Correct spelling, grammar, and punctuation

Question 1027 Assignment: Case Brief

Using one of the cases you read for Learning Activity #8 of this Learning Plan, fully brief the case identifying the essential elements of a brief.

For information about the essential elements of a brief, review the Case Brief Tutorial. The cases you can choose from are: Reno v. American Civil Liberties Union 512, U.S. 844 (1997) Ashcroft v. Free Speech Coalition, 535 U.S. 234 (2002) Your brief should be no fewer than 650 words in length and follow these guidelines: Double-spaced 12 point Times font One inch margins Bluebook or Cornell site citation method (Title page, Citations, Reference page, and quotes over three lines do not count towards the minimum page limit) Correct spelling, grammar, and punctuation

Question 1028 Probation

With the various constraints placed on the criminal justice system, such as budgets, staffing, and overcrowding, the use of probation and other community corrections alternatives has increased in recent years.

Probation, as a result of this increased reliance, had become a vital part of the correctional system. For this assignment, write a 1-2 page single-spaced letter as a probation offer to a newly appointed state judge that is skeptical of sentencing convicted criminals to probation.

To persuade the judge to consider probation as an alternative sanction include the following:

1. Development of probation.

2. Advantages of probation.

3. Legal rights of probationers.

4. Effectiveness of probation in contemporary America, addressing both the positive and negative aspects.

5. How probation can be combined with intermediate sanctions to increase their effectiveness.

Question 1029 The Right to Die

Assume that you are working as a legal assistant in a law firm. Your firm has just been retained by Bob Stanton, a local man, whose wife, Freda is suffering from a terminal illness. It seems that Freda has been suffering from severe pain due to her illness and is asking her husband to help end her life.

Despite medical assistance and pain medication, Freda says that her pain is unbearable. Bob has retained your firm to advise him on the legal parameters for assisting his wife.

Specifically, Bob wants to know if Freda has the freedom to end her life, and if so, how it can be done. Using the laws from your home state, along with the basic standards of due process discussed in Washington v. Glucksberg (1997) and Gonzales v. Oregon (2005) prepare a legal memorandum outlining the legal standards for assisted suicide in your state.

Be sure to address:

(1) whether your state allows for physician-assisted suicide;

(2) any criminal laws that exist regarding suicide

(3) whether these laws interfere with the right to privacy liberty, and/or due process.

Your brief should be 1-2 pages in length and follow these guidelines: Double-spaced 12 point Times font One inch margins Bluebook or Cornell site citation method (Title page, Citations, Reference page, and quotes over three lines do not count towards the minimum page limit) Correct spelling, grammar, and punctuation

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Due Date: 19Th May

Course Objectives The assessment tasks specified in this document address a number of the objectives of this course; these being:

  • use a range of effective communication strategies;
  • deliver effective oral presentations to an audience;
  • write professional letters, memos, and reports using correct grammar and spelling;
  • work independently and in teams; and
  • adapt a communication strategy to suit the audience.

Topics Choose one topic from the following list:

  1. Augmented Reality: A New Way of Online Shopping. Large online stores have started implementing AR technologies to let people see and feel their products. Will this technology have a place in the marketplace shortly?
  1. Examine the role of technologies in your own life: to what extent are you dependent on them, and can you give up using them?
  1. Home Technologies of the Future. The Internet of Things is entering the mass market. Can you predict what our homes will look like in the future?

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Context
In many situations in your future work life, you could be required to do some fact-finding or an investigation into a specific topic given to you by your line manager. This assignment is to mimic such a task, to develop skills in researching a chosen subject, gathering information, summarising it, and presenting your educated points of view concerning the investigation. Depending on your selected task you may have to make an informed recommendation of which product or solution is preferred.
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This is an individual piece of work. You are required to complete a report on your chosen subject. The
report should be between 1000 and 1500 words long and should include the main ideas and concepts in the
field, including appropriate referencing. Marks will be awarded for completeness and presentation of the submission, for currency and relevance of discussion, correct use of paraphrasing and referencing, and English expression, grammar, and spelling.
The final submission should include the following:

  • title page giving the student’s name and chosen topic
  • table of contents
  • A table of figures/graphs/illustrations etc (if required)
  • The introduction to the overall report
  • mind map on the topic that you have chosen. The mind map will be the basis for your report.
  • The main body of the report details concepts and ideas. This will contain material summarised from the references that you have read, correctly citing those references.
  • time estimation The time estimation is based on the exercise in Tutorial 1, on the estimated time to complete the tasks and how long the tasks took.
  • conclusion to the overall report
  • A complete reference list in  APA format.

Submission Requirements: You must submit a single document that includes the above tasks. All submissions for this course are via the submission boxes in the Assessment section of the Moodle shell for the course. In addition, the report should be submitted via the Turnitin submission box in the Assessment section of the Moodle shell.
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Note that the number of sub-tasks (rows in the table) are for example only and have no relationship to the actual number of tasks you consider appropriate.
Time estimation for individual reflection

Task Best time OD (Optimistic Duration) Worst Time PD (Pessimistic Duration) Estimated time ED (Estimated Duration)
Note this exercise was part of the Week 1 tutorial. Please review the activity from Week 1 to help you complete this part of the assignment.
Formula for time taken (Duration = D):
(From https://pm.stackexchange.com/questions/25/how-to-estimate-amount-of-work-man-hours-for-an-unfamiliar-task)
D = ((1 * OD) + (4 * ED) + (1 * PD))/6
Marking Guide – Individual Report /50
Criteria Max Points Outstanding Above Expectation At Expectation Below Expectation Unsatisfactory
>=80% 70%-79% 60%-69% 50%-59%
Points Range 8pts-10pts 7pts-7.9pts 6pts-6.9pts 5pts-5.9pts 0pts-4.9pts
English writing style 10 Excellent English skills. Well written with good sentence structure, grammar and spelling throughout. Good English expression, spelling, and grammar. Well-formed sentences and phrases for the most part. Satisfactory English writing skills but some poorly constructed sentences and phrases. Some spelling and grammatical mistakes English expression, grammar, and spelling are often incorrect. Poorly formed sentences and phrases The writing style is very poor with incorrect grammar, spelling, and expression mistakes throughout. Unintelligible in some places.
Introduction 10 An excellent introduction that gives an interesting lead-in with a good overview and plan of work. Good introduction with some overview and plan of work The introduction gives some overview but no real plan of work. Introduction attempted but does not give overview or plan of work Not attempted
Mind map 10 Excellent mindmap showing all ideas and knowledge connected correctly. Mindmap shows the main ideas and knowledge. Several ideas presented in a mind map Simplistic mind map Not supplied
Development of discussion in the report 10 Excellent introduction and conclusion, with an in-depth discussion of literature. The a good thread throughout with logical conclusions drawn. Introduction and conclusion for section attempted. Some logical discussion of literature and links are drawn between ideas. Some attempt at an introduction and /or conclusion. Some structure to literature review but no in-depth linking of ideas No introduction and/or conclusion for the section, literature review consists of unrelated sentences or points. No logical development of discussion. No introduction or conclusion to the section
Paraphrasing 10 Excellent use of paraphrasing. Evidence of synthesizing information from several sources and presenting a concise summary. Good use of paraphrasing. A limited number of quotes and usually where technical terms or similar have been used. Some evidence of synthesizing information Some fair attempts at paraphrasing. Some quotes would have been better paraphrased. Good use of paraphrasing. A limited number of quotes and usually where technical terms or similar have been used. Some evidence of synthesizing information Excellent use of paraphrasing. Evidence of synthesizing information from several sources and presenting a concise summary.
Organization 10 The report has an excellent organization with an informative table of contents and page numbers visible throughout the report. Report well organized with a good table of contents and page numbers. Report organization is average. Table of contents not complete and/or page numbers missing Report Organization is unsatisfactory. Missing table of contents and/or page numbers. The report is very difficult to follow with no table of contents or page numbers.
Time Estimation Exercise 10 Breakdown of tasks into sub-tasks
Accuracy of time allowed for sub-tasks
Application of formula and final time estimation
Breakdown of tasks into sub-tasks.
Accuracy of time allowed for sub-tasks.
Application of formula and final time estimation
Breakdown of tasks into sub-tasks.
Accuracy of time allowed for sub-tasks.
Breakdown of tasks into sub-tasks Not attempted
Conclusion 10 The excellent conclusion gives an interesting summary of the work and leaves the reader with a thought-provoking final comment. The very good conclusion that gives a summary of the work, but the final comment is not that impressive The conclusion gives a satisfactory summary of the work and no final comment The conclusion gives some summary of the work and no final comment Not attempted
References (APA) 10 References are all in APA format and correctly listed at the end of the literature review. References in APA style but not in alphabetical order and/or not combined at end of literature review. Most references are in APA format but some are missing and /or references are not combined at the end of the report. References in APA style but not in alphabetical order and/or not combined at end of literature review. References are all in APA format and correctly listed at the end of the literature review.
References (completeness) 10 Excellent references that show evidence of wide reading of current research. Good references, some a little out of date. References are a bit limited. A few good references, but some are too old or from inappropriate sources such as unreferenced web pages or blogs. Limited references, mostly too old and/or from inappropriate sources such as web pages or blogs. No references are given in the work

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Consider a logical address space of 256 pages with a 4-KB page size, mapped onto a physical memory of 64 frames. a. How many bits are required in the logical address? b. How many bits are required in the physical address? 8. Consider a computer system with a 32-bit logical address and 4-KB page size. The system supports up to 512 MB of physical memory a. How many entries are there in a single-level page table? 9. What is the purpose of paging the page tables? 10. What is the purpose of a TLB? What actions are taken in the case of a TLB miss? 11. Consider a system with a 32-bit logical address space and a page size of 4KB. How many entries will be in the inner page table in a three-level paging scheme, if the outer page table contains 2 entries? 12. On a system with paging, a process cannot access memory that it does not own. Why? (hint: page table) 13. Given six memory partitions of 300 KB, 600 KB, 350 KB, 200 KB, 750 KB, and 125 KB (in order), how would the first-fit, best-fit, and worst-fit algorithms place processes of size 115 KB, 500 KB, 358 KB, 200 KB, and 375 KB (in order)? Rank the algorithms in terms of how efficiently they use memory

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Due: Week 3 Monday (16 May 2022) at 11:00 PM
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Your task is to create a website that prints all the existing file details in an S3 bucket. To make the
website dynamic, you need to create a Cloud9 app that would work as a “backend” for the website.
Your submission will be evaluated based on:
• whether instructions have been followed;
• correct functionality;
• correct implementation; and
• comments inside the program
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Overview: You have to create a website that prints the current file names and their sizes in an S3
bucket. The website will be hosted in the same bucket and will have an index and an error page. The
index page will print the file list and the error page will print some error messages. The index page
would look like the screenshot below.
You need to use the UA-provided AWS account for all assessment tasks. A personal AWS account is
not acceptable.
Details: The details of the assignment tasks are described below.
Part A: The website (6 marks): The index and error pages ideally would be the index.html and
error.html files. The error page will be displayed upon entering the wrong/invalid URL. The index page
will print a list of names and sizes of the “current” files (i.e., known as objects in S3) within an S3
bucket. If the bucket is empty then the index page should print a message “There are currently no
objects”. You need to host a static website with two pages (index.html, and error.html) in the bucket.
You need to configure the bucket with the appropriate “bucket policy” and “public access” so that
your website can be accessed publicly.
The index page must reflect any changes to the number of files in the bucket. If you delete from or
add a file to the bucket, the index page must reflect that. You might be wondering how that would be
possible by a static website. To implement this “dynamic” functionality, you need to implement a
Cloud9 app that can: (a) list the current file names and their sizes, and (b) create (or overwrite) an
index file with the current file names and sizes in the bucket. The app will be executed each time
before running the website so that the index.html always displays the updated list of current files and
their sizes.
Part B: The Cloud9 app (24 marks): The Cloud9 app will have two main features – listing all file names
(i.e., object names or keys) as well as their sizes in the bucket, and creating a new file/object with the
name/key “index.html” within the bucket. Upon serving, the index.html will display these names and
sizes. It will print a message “no object available” if the bucket is empty. It has been taught during the
tutorial that while creating an object in a bucket, you need to specify the content of the object. The
content of the index.html in this case will include the current object names and their sizes. You will
get the names and sizes of the objects by implementing the listing feature. You need to embed this
information with HTML code to prepare the content of the index.html. The error.html will be very
simple and will display a relevant error message, e.g., page not found.
Requirements: Your website and Cloud9 app must fulfill the following requirements. You will lose
marks otherwise.
PROG2003 – Cloud Systems Development
Assignment 1
• Your Cloud9 app must be named yourscuusernameA1App.
• You will use a single bucket for the whole assignment and its name must be yourscuusernamea1-bucket.
• Your Cloud9 app must have separate methods for the two features – listing and creating.
• Your Cloud9 app must use exception handling and loop(s).
• You must use AWS SDK v 2. x to implement the Cloud9 app.
• You must implement the assignment in the SCU-provided AWS account, personal AWS
account will not be accepted.
• You need to add comments inside your source code.
Solution Hints: Check the following hints for implementation.
• A newly created object by default has a content type of “application/octet”. Such objects
behave as attachments. This will not fulfill the purpose of a website, where the HTML pages
need to serve. You need to explore the content-type property of the PutObjectRequest class
for this purpose.

You can use an unordered HTML list for the index.html to display the object
names. Check this link out: https://www.w3schools.com/html/html_lists_unordered.asp.
Submission Checklist: The marker will access your AWS Academy workspace (provided by the UA),
check your app, and directly mark your app from there. If your AWS console provided by the UA is not
accessible, you will lose a significant mark. You have to zip the app project folder and submit it in
Blackboard as well. Blackboard submission list:
• Zipped app folder for the Cloud9 app.
• A text file containing the URL of the static website.

 

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Question 1. Emancipation Proclamation and the Gettysburg Address

Emancipation Proclamation and the Gettysburg Address

Emancipation Proclamation and the Gettysburg Address gave Lincoln’s practical and idealistic views regarding ending the Civil War. The Emancipation Proclamation brought forth a permanent way to abolish slavery in the United States. Lincoln viewed that if slavery ended then the confederate army would lack the free labor they get from slaves and hence deprive the southern of food and economic support, which would make them weak and their defeat would end the civil war. To support his ideology he delivered the Gettysburg address, which is one of the most famous speeches to ever been issued. Both the Emancipation Proclamation and the Gettysburg Address brought a sense of security and hope to the people of the union.

Analysis

In his address, Lincoln emphasizes what the nation stands for and also shows the greatness of the United States. In the first line of his speech, Lincoln explains how the forefathers created a new country founded on liberty and the dedication to the assertion that “all men are created equal”.  At the point of Lincoln’s delivery of this speech, many citizens wanted the nation to go back to the principles that were the foundation of the country. With Lincoln’s infamous quoting of the Declaration of Independence, he was promised to ensure the principle of equality, upon which the country was founded on remain. In line 9, which is the last line, Lincoln tries to make another point about the end of the civil war by ascertaining that all those that are dead their death is not in vain as their death have shall liberate the nation and bring freedom to the enslaved people as well as maintain the principle of government by the people for the people. Lincoln promises the union that the death of soldiers on the battlefield will not be in vain and sends a beacon of hope to American citizens asserting that the United States is still a country for the people and that will remain.

Similarly, the Emancipation Proclamation promised to commit to abolishing slavery and Lincoln promised that the Civil War forever change the United States. The Proclamation changed the war focus from fighting to unionize to fighting to end slavery as a way to cripple the Confederacy army who were using slaves in the war efforts. In line 5 of the Emancipation Proclamation, Lincoln declared the end of slavery using the power invested in him as the president and instructed the Executive arm of government, which included the military and the naval authorities to recognize and maintain the freedom of the freed slaves. Therefore, the Proclamation served as a firm demonstration of the executive war powers of the president.  However, Lincoln and his allies in Congress knew that emancipation had no constitutional basis after the end of the war and therefore, they began to work on enacting a Constitutional amendment that would abolish slavery. The 13th Amendment was passed by both houses of Congress in January 1865 and its ratification that December. Therefore, Emancipation Proclamation paved the way for the complete abolishment of slavery in America.

Importantly, in line 7 of the Emancipation Proclamation, Lincoln permitted African Americans to serve in the Union Army, which allowed them to fight for their freedom. By the time the war ended, more than 200,000 black Americans had served in the Union army and navy as part of the United States Colored Troops (USCT).

Conclusion

In conclusion, in the Gettysburg Address, Lincoln conveyed a message of security, hope, and determination by speaking about the foundation of the nation and its importance in ending the Civil war. In the Emancipation Proclamation Lincoln declared the abolishment of slavery as a means to end the civil war.

References

Transcript of the proclamation. (2017, May 5). Retrieved from https://www.archives.gov/exhibits/featured-documents/emancipation-proclamation/transcript.html

National Geographic Society. (2020, March 13). Gettysburg Address. Retrieved from https://www.nationalgeographic.org/encyclopedia/gettysburg-address/

 

 

 

Question 2. Section 1 of the Sherman Act

Student’s Name:

Professor’s Name:

Course:

Date:

Section 1 of the Sherman Act

From the case, Marucci had the right to file a lawsuit against NFHS and NCAA. The standard provided by NCAA and NFHS was not in good faith since they violated the Sherman Act. Section one of the act indicates that a contract that restraint commerce is illegal. Section one prohibits agreement that causes bid-rigging, price-fixing, and refusal to deal, among others. The parties agreeing or affected by the agreement may be customers, competitors, or both. The standards set by the NCAA and NFHS affected both the competitors and the customers. Muracci reported decreased sales of four products. The composite bats represented wood bats, making it hard for the Muracci to sell all the eleven products as they were decertified for use in collegiate and high school games (Ward 16). The change made by NCAA and NFHS violated section one of the Sherman Act.

The standards provided by NFHS and NCAA restrained the trade of game products centrally to the Sherman Act. The court uses two approaches of section one to pass out judgment. First, the approach includes bid-rigging and price-fixing activities. Secondly, the approach considers the reason why an individual or organization took certain actions. In this case, it is clear that NFHS and NCAA action had a negative economic effect on Muracci since four of the products were not selling. In consideration of the first approach of section one, the standards put across by NCAA and NFHS indirectly favored some producers in the market (McNeese 39). Muracci had enough evidence to prove that NFHS and NCAA standards violated the Sherman Act.

 

Works Cited

McNeese, Tim. The Robber Barons and the Sherman Antitrust Act. New York, N.Y.: Chelsea       House, 2012. Print.

Ward, Peter C. Federal Trade Commission: Law, Practice, and Procedure. New York, NY: Law             Journal Seminars-Press, 2019. Print

 

 

 

 

Question 3. Case General Education and Learning Styles Assignment Overview Dazed and Confused.

Module 1 – Case General Education and Learning Styles Assignment Overview Dazed and Confused: General Education vs. Career Specialization Melanie was really looking forward to college because she thought she would have freedom to select the courses she
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Module 1 – Case General Education and Learning Styles Assignment Overview Dazed and Confused: General Education vs. Career Specialization Melanie was really looking forward to college because she thought she would have the freedom to select the courses she wanted and the opportunity to get into the major of her choice (computer science). However, she is shocked and disappointed with her first-term schedule of classes because it consists mostly of required general education courses that seem totally unrelated to her major. She is also frustrated because some of these courses are about subjects she already took in high school (English, history, and biology). She’s beginning to think she would be better off quitting college and going to a technical school for a year or two so she can get right into computer science and immediately begin acquiring the skills she will need to work in the computer industry. Case Assignment Reflection Questions If Melanie decides to get a technical certificate and not pursue a college degree, how do you see it affecting her future: in the short run, and in the long run? Do you see any way Melanie might strike a balance between pursuing her career interest and obtaining her college degree so that she could work toward achieving both goals at the same time? Can you relate to Melanie’s story in any way, or do you know anyone else who is having a similar experience? Assignment Expectations After reading Chapter 1 in Thriving at Trident University, answer the reflection questions from Dazed and Confused. Download and complete Dazed and Confused. Each answer should include TWO paragraphs (4 or 5 sentences per paragraph); to earn full credit, provide examples to support your opinion. Utilize information from the chapter as well to support your opinion. Review the grading rubric before submitting the assignment to ensure that you have met all requirements. When you have finished, title the file with your name (Example: Module 1 Case Helen Smith), save and upload the document to the Case 1 Dropbox. Reading and Viewing: YouTube/Videos and Simulations in Your Trident Course Be prepared by ensuring you have a reliable Internet connection before you start quizzes or stream video content for a course. Troubleshooting Web Browser Browsing History – Clear Cookies and History: http://support.trident.edu/?page_id=3125 Resources for Student Success Microsoft Office is required for assignments at Trident University. A free download of Office 365 is available to you as a student. Follow these Microsoft Office Download Instructions. Tutor.com If you are a student in ENG101, ENG102, MAT101, MAT201, BHS220, OPM300, FIN301, or TUX101, then your class provides Free Tutoring. You will see a Free Tutoring link in the navigation bar of your course. (If you do not see it, it may be under the More menu.) Privacy Policy | Contact

Question 4. Wine Report

INSTRUCTIONS FROM THE TOPIC:
The purpose of this Wine Report is to have you research your chosen grape varietal in more depth and tie in the varietal and its characteristics with the terroir (climate, people, geography, soil), the culture, the history of the place/grape, This will help you to make connections between the many important aspects of winemaking and the grape varietal you have chosen ORIGINAL INSTRUCTIONS FILLED IN BY THE CUSTOMER:
MGMT 252 – WINE INDUSTRY
Fall 2019 – F19N01
Assignment #1
Individual Wine Report
Weight: 25%
Due Date: October 4
Submission: VIU LEARN Submission Folder before class.
Type: Individual
Format: Typed, 12-point font, double spaced, approximately 1200 words. Use a title page with your name and student number, date, and the varietal you are writing about. Use section headings, an introduction, and a conclusion. Appendices are optional. Use APA referencing both in text and a reference list.
Purpose: The purpose of this Wine Report is to have you research your chosen grape varietal in more depth and tie in the varietal and its characteristics with the terroir (climate, people, geography, soil), the culture, the history of the place/grape, use of the grape in winemaking. This will help you to make connections between the many important aspects of winemaking and the grape varietal you have chosen.
Directions: Students are to report on a particular grape varietal including its characteristics, history, terroir, the culture surrounding the varietal, how the grape varietal is used in winemaking, and an example of wine and the wine’s characteristics. The report should be approximately 1200 words not including appendices. All sources /references used will be cited using APA referencing both in text and in the reference list. Grading will be based on the following:
How Informative is your report? Your research is of a depth that informs and educates the reader. Your research addresses the key tasks of the assignment (25%)
How accurate is your report? Your research is current and accurately addresses the key aspects of the task (25%)
Writing Style & Grammar. The report is well written, with none or very few typographical errors, sentences are well structured, proper grammar is used and the writing style is engaging (15%)
Report Structure and Format. The report structure includes a cover page, introduction, section headings, conclusion, reference list, and optional appendices. Pages are numbered (15%).
Referencing and Quality of References. Most references are relatively current within the last 5 years; at least 50% of your references are from wine industry publications and peer-reviewed journals. A minimum of 8 references are used (10%)
Did you make me want a bottle? (10%) Your research and approach to writing about your varietal are enthusiastic.
Important: Academic Misconduct
➢ Plagiarizing, fabricating, or modifying the original work of another person from previous semesters/years.
➢ Using unauthorized or inappropriate sources of information.

must be free of spelling, punctuation, and grammatical errors. Grades will be lower for assignments containing such errors.
➢ Ensure your understand Academic Integrity and Misconduct. More details on this are set out in the Student Conduct Policy section of the online VIU calendar and in our course website under the code of conduct.
Resources:
You may want to visit the Writing Centre links and resources if you want guidance on writing introductions and conclusions, forming good sentences, referencing, and other topics.
https://services.viu.ca/writing-centre/links-and-resources
Grading Rubric: See below
Student Name: Instructor: Carleigh Randall
Course: MGMT 252 Wine Industry
Rubric for Wine Report Assignment 1
Description of Task: The purpose of this Wine Report is to have you research a particular grape varietal including its characteristics, history, terroir, the culture surrounding the varietal, how the varietal is used in winemaking, and an example of a wine that uses the varietal and the characteristics of that wine. This will help you to make connections between the many important aspects of winemaking and the grape varietal you have chosen.
How Informative is your report? Your research is of a depth that informs and educates the reader. Your research addresses the key tasks of the assignment (25%)
How accurate is your report? Your research is current and accurately addresses the key aspects of the task (25%)
Writing Style & Clarity. The report is well written, with none or very few typographical errors, paragraphs and sentences are well structured, proper grammar is used and the writing style is engaging (15%)
Report Structure and Format. The report structure is well organized and includes a cover page, introduction, section headings, conclusion, reference list and optional appendices. Pages are numbered (15%).
Referencing and Quality of References. Most references are relatively current within the last 5 years; at least 50% of your references are wine industry publications and peer-reviewed journals. A minimum of 8 references are used (10%)
Did you make me want a bottle? (10%) Your research and approach to writing about your varietal are enthusiastic.
Value: 25%
Due Date October 4 with marks deducted for late submission as per course outline
Learning Objective: To understand the basics of wine varieties and regions
TOTAL MARK
/ 100%Instructor Comments:
Level 4 Excellent 4 – 5 Level 3 Good 3.5 – 3.9 Level 2 Needs Improvement 3.0 – 3.4 Level 1 Poor 0 – 2.9 Score x weighted value
Informative (25%)
The report/research is of excellent quality and depth that fully informs and educates the reader. There is a strong understanding and insight into the topic. The research fully addresses and informs all key tasks of the assignment (characteristics, history, region, culture, terroir, climate, use).
4 — 5
The report/research is of good quality and depth that informs and educates the reader. There is an understanding and insight into the topic. For the most part, the research addresses and informs all key tasks of the assignment (characteristics, history, region, culture, terroir, climate, use).
3.5 – 3.9
The report/research lacks depth and is missing critical information, and therefore, does not educate the reader. There appears to be a lack of understanding and insight into the topic. The report/research does not address all key tasks of the assignment (characteristics, history, region, culture, terroir, climate, use).
3.0 – 3.4
The report/research is missing depth and significant critical information and does not educate the reader. Clear lack of understanding and insight into the topic. Most / many of the key tasks of the assignment were not addressed (characteristics, history, region, culture, terroir, climate, use).
0 – 2.9
/5 X 5
= / 25
Accuracy of Evidence (25%)
Provides compelling and accurate evidence that supports the key tasks of the report (characteristics, history, region, culture, terroir, climate, use). The relevance of all pieces of evidence is clearly stated. All information is accurate and up to date.
4 – 5
Provides necessary evidence to support the key tasks of the report but not all. The accuracy and/or the relevance of some evidence and information presented may not be totally clear. With a few minor exceptions, the information is accurate.
3.5 – 3.9
Not enough evidence is provided to support the key tasks, or evidence is incomplete, incorrect, or oversimplified. Not all information is accurate and up to date.
3.0 – 3.4
Either no evidence is provided, or there are numerous factual mistakes, omissions, or oversimplifications. Most of the evidence provided is inaccurate.
0 – 2.9
/5 X 5
= / 25
Style & Clarity of Writing (15%)
All sentences are grammatically correct and clearly written. Sentences are well structured within well-structured paragraphs. No words are misused. Technical terms and words from other languages are always explained. The Paper has been spell-checked AND proofread and contains no errors.
4 – 5
All sentences are grammatically correct and clearly written. Paragraphs are well-structured overall. An occasional word is misused. Technical terms and words from other languages are usually, but not always, explained. The Paper has been spell-checked AND proofread and contains no more than a few minor errors, which do not adversely affect the reader’s ability to understand the report.
3.5 – 3.9
A few sentences are grammatically incorrect or not clearly written. Several words are misused. Technical terms and words from other languages are rarely explained. The Paper has been spell-checked AND proofread, but still contains several errors. Reader’s ability to understand the report may be compromised by these errors.
3.0 – 3.4
The Paper is full of grammatical errors and poor writing. Several words are misused. Technical terms and words from other languages are rarely explained. The Paper has not been spell-checked or proofread and contains numerous errors. The reader has a difficult time understanding the report because of errors.
0 – 2.9
/5 x 3
= /15 Report

contains an intro, the main Essay contains an intro, main Essay contains an intro, the main Essay has no clear organizational
Structure & Format (15%) body, and conclusion. The introduction lays out the main topic and gives an outline of what the reader can expect in the essay. The conclusion brings everything together, and acknowledges the potential shortcomings of the paper. The main body contains properly labeled section headings and the structure/flow of the report is well organized. 4 – 5 body, and conclusion. The introduction lays out the main topic but gives the reader little idea of what to expect in the report. The conclusion nicely summarizes the main findings and evidence but does not move beyond what has already been presented in the paper. The report is for the most part well organized with section headings. 3.5 – 3.9 body, and conclusion. The introduction gives the reader an idea of what to expect in the paper but does not effectively layout the main topic. The conclusion does little more than restate the problematic introduction. Intro and/or conclusion may be too wordy or short. The report could be better organized and/or section headings are missing. 3.0 – 3.4 pattern. Section headings are missing. An introduction is missing and/or does not identify the topic or what the reader can expect. The conclusion is missing and/or does not summarize key findings. 0 – 2.9
/ 5 X 3
= /15 Referencing and Quality of References (10%). Evidence is used from a wide range of sources including scholarly books, websites, journal articles, etc. References are relatively current within the last 5 years. A minimum of 8 references are used with at least 50% wine industry publications and peer-reviewed journals. References properly cited in-text and reference list constructed properly using APA format 4 – 5 Evidence is used from many sources, but the author relies heavily on a more limited set of sources. Most references are relatively current within 5 years. The minimum number of references are used, but are primarily non-scholarly (i.e., intended for a general audience) and/or web-based. References properly cited in-text and reference list constructed properly using APA format with just a few referencing errors. 3.5 – 3.9 Uses only a few of the sources, does not use the minimum number of sources, and/or sources are not current. Heavy dependence on-website sources. Errors in the citation of references and/or not in APA format 3.0 – 3.4 Does not use sources, only minimally uses sources, or relies exclusively on non-scholarly outside sources. Numerous errors in referencing and/or not in APA referencing. 0 – 2.9
/ 5 X 2
= /10 Overall Enthusiasm and Impression (10%) Author directly addresses the main topic with a high level of insight and awareness of the subject. Authors are able to synthesize their research and convey their knowledge in an enthusiastic way. Overall impression “you make me want a bottle”. 4 – 5 Author competently addresses the main topic, but with less awareness and/or insight of the topic. That said, the author has learned a great deal in this exercise and is able to communicate this knowledge to others with some enthusiasm. Overall impression “it could make me want a bottle” 3 – 5 – 3.9 Author attempts to address the main topic with insight and awareness but fails to do so with enthusiasm or interest. The author has communicated the research but does not fully understand its meaning or context and cannot clearly convey it to others. Overall impression “you make want a bottle, but not your wine” 3.0 – 3.4 Author does not address main topic and is not communicated with insight and awareness. The report lacks any enthusiasm and/or interest in the subject. Overall impression “you make want a bottle, but not your wine” 0 – 2.9
/ 5 x 2
= /10

Question 5. Quantum computer construction and its cyber security threats to the United States

Research Proposal Instructions

Prompt: In 2,000-2,500 words, create a research proposal for your research topic that includes an abstract, introduction, literature review, methodology, rationale, conclusion, and references (the last of which do not count towards the word count) in that order.

Requirements:
1. You may use the first person, but not the second person. Only use the first person when absolutely necessary to talk about the fact that you are proposing research. Some sections like the literature review should not have any at all, but you will likely need it in the methodology.
2. Your grammar, spelling, and punctuation should be flawless. Visit the Liberty University writing centers if you want extra help: https://www.liberty.edu/academics/casas/academicsuccess/index.cfm?PID=38382
3. You must use APA formatting.
4. When proposing that you will be doing an action if your proposal is accepted (like in your methodology), speak in the future tense.
5. Use Level 1 APA headings to differentiate between main sections where appropriate.
6. Your abstract should be a general, 150-250 word summary of what sections and topics are contained in your research proposal; avoid arguing or going into detail there.
7. Remember to look over the comments your instructor has made on your other related assignments and be sure to update sections of your research proposal for this assignment. Learn from past mistakes and successes.

Additional Suggestions:
1. Keep your audience in mind throughout. While your professor will grade your essay, remember that your audience will likely be someone who can grant money to support your research. Assume that person, committee, or organization is somewhat interested in your research topic. How can you show them that your plan to study it is a good one that deserves financial support? It will be easier to convince them if you can show you’ve done your research, your reasons for studying this topic line up with theirs, and your plan to study it will be effective.
2. Remember that the introduction of your literature review is not the same as the introduction overall—the overall introduction usually focuses on the topic and segues into introducing the research hypothesis or question, which is typically the last sentence of the introduction.
3. In your conclusion, summarize your main ideas and emphasize the importance and future helpfulness of what you are doing.
4. Once you have put together all the pieces, read through your proposal several times to make sure that tone, ideas, and arguments stay consistent throughout. You’ve sorted out the puzzle pieces, but you need to make sure they all fit

Question 6. Risk Assessment Project

The most significant written assignment in this course is the Risk Assessment Project. There are 2 deliverables with this assignment: Risk Assessment Proposal; and Risk Assessment Project. The first thing you need to do is pick a business or public organization that you want to focus on and the key to remember is that the risk assessment will focus on information systems. So, you want to pick an organization that handles sensitive and confidential data. Some good examples are healthcare or financial organizations and online eCommerce businesses. I have had students in the past pick organizations like NBA teams that make the assignment very difficult to write.
The assessment should follow a strong framework, like the one presented and explained in our OER NIST SP800-30r1. While you do not need to know the specific information systems architecture (hardware, software, communications) at the organization, you do need to be able to discuss what sensitive data they capture, store, manipulate, and transfer.
I have created and attached a template for the final Risk Assessment Project to assist with the process. We will continue to focus on this assignment, and feel free to ask any questions you may have using the Questions for the Instructor Discussion or via email.
The objective of this project is to develop a Risk Assessment Report for a company, government agency, or other organization. The analysis will be conducted using only publicly available information (that is, information obtainable on the Internet (using a browser), company reports, news reports, journal articles, etc.). The risk analysis should consider legitimate, known threats that pertain to the subject organization. Based on the information gathered, presumed vulnerabilities of the company or organization’s computing and networking infrastructure will be identified. Then, based on the identified threats and vulnerabilities you will describe the risk profile for the subject organization and suggest recommendations to mitigate the risks. The students will demonstrate in the Research Paper project their ability to communicate clearly and acquire, applicant,t and integration of knowledge skills. We will have rubrics to evaluate risk analysis subject matter competency and communications and knowledge competencies.
You will submit a brief proposal (page and half long, double-spaced) in session 4. The proposal should include a description of the organization you are proposing to analyze, scope (e.g., entire organization, key business area, major system, etc.) for the risk assessment, research methods to be used and a preliminary list of research information sources and references. Your instructor will provide feedback on the suitability of the proposed subject organization and the scope, as well as the suitability of the proposed research methods and information sources.
The final output is a paper 12 pages (double-spaced) long, exclusive of cover, title page, table of contents, endnotes, and bibliography. The paper must use APA formatting and reference citations (i.e. Stone, 2019, para. 4) with the exception that tables and figures can be inserted at the appropriate location rather than added at the end. This report is due during the 11th week of the course.
Hopefully, by now, you have identified the organization and business sector you will be focusing your Risk Assessment Project on. As you are working through your risk assessment, it is very important to understand that this assignment is focused on Cyber Risk Analysis, not business processes. Risk analysis can be viewed through either the IT/Cyber lens or the business lens. The difference is that the business focus is the bottom line of operations, in other words how will risk affect profit?
The Cyber Risk Analysis is focused on how will risk affect our information assurance? So, as you use the NIST documentation to format your Risk Assessment, be sure to focus on IT resources, and address the questions of how can the organization be hacked? and what is the potential cost of not fixing vulnerabilities? Both questions are focused on the vulnerabilities and threats to information systems you identify. In other words, the report should not focus on other business processes, like finance, accounting, manufacturing, sales, etc.
Your steps should be to identify a specific organization (e.g., Mayo Clinic), identify the sector (e.g., healthcare), use the information from the NIST guidelines to identify information systems (much of this is assumed to be a guess), and justify the risk assessment based on known breaches of other organizations in this sector (e.g., Medical Records Service Pays $100,000 to Settle HIPAA Breach).
**** The final output is a paper 12 pages (double-spaced) long, exclusive of cover, title page, table of contents, endnotes, and bibliography.

Question 7. Marketing environment

Value for this project is 200 points 1. The Marketing Process · From chapter 1 of the textbook: Define/explain the marketing process which consists of: · Understanding the marketplace · Designing a value-driven marketing strategy · Constructing an integrated marketing program to deliver customer value · Creating customer relationships · Capturing value from customers for profitability. 2. Business Portfolio · From chapter 2 of the textbook: Define/explain the Boston Consulting Group’s growth-share matrix. 3. Strategic Planning · From chapter 2 of the textbook: Define/explain Growth Strategies that a company can use to grow their existing business. 4. Target Market, Differentiation, and Positioning · From chapter 2 of the textbook: Define/explain the concept of Market Targeting and Positioning. 5. The Marketing Mix · From chapter 2 of the textbook: Define/explain the Marketing Mix. 6. Situation Analysis · In order to profitably satisfy customer needs, an organization must understand its internal, and external situations also referred to as its micro-environment and macro-environment. We call this a situation analysis. In chapter 3 of the textbook, define/explain a company’s micro-environment and macro-environment. 7. Marketing Research · Market research is the systematic design, collection, analysis, and reporting of data relevant to a specific marketing situation facing an organization. From chapter 4 of the textbook: Define/explain the marketing research process that a company would undertake before rolling out a new product or service. 1 direction: To receive full credit for this project, you should explain each answer in detail. Use your textbook, (chapters 1-4), notes and Internet research to complete this project. This Project should be a minimum of 1,200 words. (Each question must be answered for full credit.) Number and use the question heading that I have provided. Please use an 11/12-point font for body paragraphs and a 14-point for headings. Anything larger than this makes your work difficult to read. Submit projects in either a Microsoft Word format or convert to a PDF file. § Please do not submit a project in Google docs, Pages or a RTF files, etc. as my work computer cannot open these files.

Question 8. Compare and contrast the DNP and PhD/DNS/DNSc degrees

You will prepare a scholarly paper (1-title page, 2-3 pages of content, 1-page references: maximum 5-pages). This paper is to compare and contrast the DNP with the other advanced nursing roles. You will compare and contrast the DNP and PhD/DNS/DNSc degrees. You will define the DNP degree and share your own decision to seek this degree. Discuss the educational evolution of the doctor of nursing practice role and articulate how these advancements will affects the future of nursing. Use of evidence-based practice (i.e., scholarly citation), will be referenced in your paper supporting your decision to pursue the DNP degree. Include how your leadership topic reflects interprofessional collaboration. The paper and references are to follow APA format.

Question 9. what was the potential and real impact of the discovery and colonization of the New World

According to Adam Smith, what was the potential and real impact of the discovery and colonization of the New World? Did the New World open any possibilities for the economic development of Europe? How did the Age of Discovery change the New World? Discussion Board Post (Quality) -Your posts must demonstrate your knowledge and understanding of the topic being discussed. -You must demonstrate connections between lecture materials, textbook content, and discussion. -You should relate discussion responses to material covered earlier in the course to give your responses clarity and context. -Your post should go beyond reciting facts, but it should examine the material at a critical level and include facts that support your response.

Question 10. Discussion post of American history

Prompt: This week’s reading demonstrates how slavery became a race-based system. This certainly provides us an example of the importance of laws and customs working together to create social norms and definitions since these laws worked to define Africans and African Americans as inferior. What do you think of all of all this? Use the documents to explain your thoughts. In addition to today’s laws and customs, what else is used to create today’s social norms and definitions (besides laws)? Reflect on these questions in a couple of paragraphs.

Question 11. Confucian Ideas

For your discussion, first view a video about Confucius put together by Dr. Bryan W. Van Norden, a professor of Chinese Philosophy. Following, review the “Selections from the Confucian Analects: On Filial Piety and Humaneness” you have already read, as well as the additional selection here. Throughout China’s imperial era, Confucius was often cited by scholar-officials as support for their arguments – regarding, for instance, how a person should handle a problem with a personal relationship or what kind of policies the emperor should adopt. For your discussion, select at least three passages from Confucius, explain what you think they mean, why Confucius was propounding these ideas in his own time, and explain why they might still be relevant today. If you don’t think any are relevant, then choose three and explain why they aren’t relevant. Required materials: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=9cjnCux2yOM https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=wFt_VGG0kJU and access to book


question 12. what were your major conclusions about the founding of the new world?

After reading Chapter 1 & 2 in your text book, what were your major conclusions about the founding of the new world? What surprised you? On what grounds was it established? What do you think of Columbus? How might this differ from the “rosy” childhood view of Columbus? Did you find anything interesting about the founding of the colonies? Do any colonies mirror today’s states? Please explain these analogies.

Question 13. What logic did he use to differentiate between the two types of liberty

John Winthrop distinguished between natural and moral liberty. What logic did he use to differentiate between the two types of liberty? Did his definition create a distinction that separated English people from Native Americans? How did moral liberty work? How did Puritans define liberty and freedom? **You should make sure to provide more historical detail to support your answer and directly address the reading. For example, how did the Age of Discovery impact the inhabitants of North and South America or Africa? Also, you must end your first post with a question. You should refer to ‘Voices of Freedom: A Documentary History’.

Question 14. Core assessment Global economy

D#2: Core Assessment: Global Economy (Eastern Hemisphere) No unread replies. No replies. Africa has been characterized as the Dark Continent, that it is, it is accused of being on the periphery of the ancient and medieval worlds’ economies. Using the Geography Power Point Preview the documentView in a new windowand the Power Points on Historic Africa 4a The Ancients (Ancient Egypt, Carthage, & Axum)Preview the documentView in a new window, 4b Medieval West AfricaPreview the documentView in a new window (Trans-Saharan Trade, Empires of Ghana, Mali, & Songhai, Mansa Kankan Musa, and Introduction of Islam), And 4c East and Southern AfricaPreview the documentView in a new window, Discuss and Disprove the notion that Africa was disconnected from the rest of the Eastern Hemisphere. Timeline from 1000 BC through AD 1400 Thesis: Africa was central to Global Trade during the Ancient and Medieval Periods 1 Trade among the four River Valley Civilizations 2 Trade from North Africa into the Mediterranean Sea (peoples Berbers; Empires Carthage and Egypt) 3 Trade from the interior to the Red Sea which is traded North to the Mediterranean Sea and South to the Indian Ocean (Kingdom/Empire Axum) 4 Trade from the West African Interior to the North African Coast (Kingdoms/Empires Ghana, Mali, Songhai) Trans-Saharan Trade 5 Introduction of Islam to North Africa, Axum, the West African Interior, and the East African Trading City States 6 Trade from the interior to the East African Coast (East African Trading City States: Kilwa) 7 Trade from the interior to the Southern African Coast (Kingdom/Empire Zimbabwe) The Assessment Power PointPreview the documentView in a new window tells the story. (Please note that this Discussion #2 and Discussion #4 (outline) organizes our thoughts about the Exam #1 Essay Question) Due by midnight January 31, 2018.

Question 15. American history discussion

Prompt: This week’s reading focused on the life of Puritans in colonial America. Some critics have, over the years, argued that you can still see elements of Puritan life, thoughts, and ideas in America today. American society has often been described as one that clings to its puritanical roots. You see this in various descriptions of current issues and events. For instance, here is a 2017 article recently describing the Baseball Hall of Fame as puritanical, another article from 2012 argues that Puritan ideals and morality are still very much with us today, and another article from 2016 argues that today’s prison system has Puritanical goals. Whether we agree with all of these connections or not is up for debate, but what is interesting is seeing these continued connections to Puritans and Puritan ideas. You can read these articles if you wish, but are not required to in order to answer the following questions for this assignment: First, using this week’s primary sources, what did you think of Puritan life? Which elements of Puritan society is America clinging to today (think big-picture ideas and themes as obviously there are no actual witch trials today)? What is puritanical about American society today? Use the assigned documents from this week to reflect on these questions in a couple of paragraphs.


Question 16. European Exploration

Research the following: 1.) Spanish Exploration 2.) French Exploration 3.) Dutch Exploration. What motivated each group to explore and colonize the New World? How were their motivations similar, how were they different? ? How did Mercantilism and Joint Stock companies motivate these nations to engage in exploration? How were they similar in the way that they treated the Native Americans? How were they different in regards to how they treated the Native Americans.

Question 17. Meet the Romans with Mary Beard 2/3 hd

Many of us already have a preconceived idea of what ancient roman city life was like, whether through books, movies, high school history, and pop culture. After watching this documentary, was there anything that challenged your previous understanding of ancient roman city life? How? Discuss 1-2 points. 2. In some ways, our urban lives today are not that much different from life in ancient roman cities, centuries ago. Reflect on 3-4 similarities between what you’ve learned about ancient roman street life, and our modern urban lives today. Be sure to provide sufficient discussion.

question18. American history Reflection

Click on the following link and look at Macklemore’s lyrics to his song “Can’t Hold Us.” (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. Even though his song is not about the Revolutionary War, some of the lyrics in this song (though not all of them) reflect ideas and issues people grappled with at this time. The music video (found in week 4) for this song also reflects and touches upon ideas found in the documents. Consult the following documents assigned this week: Thomas Paine; Samuel Seabury; John Wesley; Letter from a Farmer; Samuel Adams Pick three of the documents listed above. What would each of these individuals say about Macklemore’s song lyrics and music video? Who would agree with some of the lyrics (and which lyrics are you talking about)? Who would disagree with some of the lyrics? Why? Use their words to answer these questions. Note: This is all about interpretation. In order to understand connections between this song and the documents, you need to fully understand the meaning of the documents and the song. Don’t look for individual words or statements; rather, you should look for parallels, overlap, and/or opposition. Think big picture! I realize this is a different reflection. Just go with it and see what you come up with. Get creative and make some interesting connections. Looking forward to reading your ideas.

Question 19.   Current Event paper

 

You are to write a current event paper, approximately 750 words in length, consisting of a summary and analysis of a current event having to do with American government and/or politics. You must cite a minimum of five references (sources) in the paper and include a works cited page at the end of the assignment to provide full bibliographic information for each of the references that was cited in the text of the paper. Current event papers must be formatted according to MLA style, for papers with no title page (see the following link to access an online resource for MLA style: https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/747/08/). In addition, please use Courier New 12 point as the paper’s font, and ensure the assignment is double-spaced. The current event paper should have the following elements: Provide a thorough, but brief, summary of the political issue. An understanding of the issue should be developed by reading the articles uncovered during research for the assignment. The information provided in the summary will lay the foundation for you to react and respond to (analyze) the political issue. Be sure to properly cite within the text (according to MLA style) any information that you obtained from one of your sources. Citations must be provided, even for paraphrased information. Present your perspective on the political issue. Think critically about the topic discussed in the articles and clearly express your thoughts about it in writing. Consider eight standards for critical thinking (Paul and Elder, 2103): clarity, accuracy, precision, relevance, depth, breadth, logic, and fairness. Ask questions, such as How can I validate the accuracy of my statement? How is this information relevant? How does my conclusion address the complexities of the issue? What is another interpretation or viewpoint of the issue? Does my conclusion follow from the data and/or statements I have provided?


question 20. Actual Thoughts of the African Warrior

I’m going to put the instructions my Professor gave me. I’ve had a horrible cold and I think I’m dying but its ok. Please have the book or find it somewhere so you can quote things from it! Book: Nzinga, African Warrior Queen This book is a work of historical fiction, meaning that most of the main characters really lived, and most of the events detailed really took place. And like most secondary sources on history, the author interprets this history, or makes an argument about it. After completing the book, read the “Author’s Notes” (beginning p. 289). In your analysis, do not summarize the book, except where necessary to explain your points (I have read the book). Instead, explain the author’s interpretation or argument. Why does the author think the events of the book unfolded as they did? Why does the author think this history matters? [These are the “Why?” and “So what?” questions central to historical thinking.] How convincing do you find his argument, and why? Are there things the author might have done to make the argument stronger? From the section of “Author’s Notes,” what do we know about the author? Why did he write this book? What difficulties did he face in writing it, and how well did he address those challenges? Finally, as a work of historical fiction, the author needs to inform, argue AND keep the reader interested. How well or poorly does the author balance these things? If there are things that might have been done better, explain your thinking. Please note here I am not asking whether you “liked” or “ did not like” the book. I also do not ask about “themes,” “symbolism” or other things that would be relevant in an English assignment.


question 21. equality letter

Following the last slide in the “Equality” presentation – write your business letter to your MLA. You must have the name of your appropriate MLA (party and address not important) and the date. (Return address is optional). YOU ARE NOT SENDING THESE LETTERS. Follow all other business letter parameters – greeting and colon, justified paragraphs, appropriate closing. Font will be 11 or 12, single spacing, length – 1 page.

Question 22. The Age of Augustus: History as an Art and a Science

What was it like to live in the city of Rome in the Age of Augustus (27 BCE – 14 CE)? While a number of Roman historians tell us the political history of the period, examining the age of Augustus through objects that the Romans themselves encountered at the time, such as coins, statues, public buildings, and inscriptions, allows us to get as close as we possibly can to seeing Augustan Rome with Roman eyes. In the process, working with material culture, rather than more traditional written sources, enables us to experience history as both an art and a science. For this assignment, please select one of the following roles: Augustus Augustus’ wife, Livia A Roman Senator A poor Roman male citizen, who is a resident of the city of Rome A Roman citizen from a far-away province, who is visiting Rome for the first time A foreign diplomat who is not a Roman citizen, and is visiting Rome for the first time Using at least three of the different types of sources below (e.g., one coin, one statue, and one building), write at least one well-developed paragraph, describing your impressions of Augustan Rome through the eyes of your chosen role. Be sure to respond to at least two classmates’ posts. Coins: http://academic.brooklyn.cuny.edu/classic/wilson/coin/c535.htm (please watch the entire slide show before selecting examples of coins that you may use for your post) Statues: Ara Pacis Augustae — https://www.khanacademy.org/humanities/ancient-art-civilizations/roman/early-empire/v/ara-pacis-augustae-altar-of-augustan-peace-13-9-b-c-e-rome Statue of Augustus from the villa of his wife, Livia, at Prima Porta — http://mv.vatican.va/4_ES/pages/z-Patrons/MV_Patrons_04_03.html Buildings and Construction Projects: Forum of Augustus — http://penelope.uchicago.edu/~grout/encyclopaedia_romana/imperialfora/augustus/forumaugustum.html Temple of Mars Ultor — http://penelope.uchicago.edu/~grout/encyclopaedia_romana/imperialfora/augustus/mars.html Temple of Apollo Palatinus – http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2008/03/080314-rome-temple.html Inscription – Res Gestae Divi Augusti (Augustus’ autobiography, which he wrote less than a year before his death, and which was posted on his Mausoleum in Rome, and in major cities throughout the Roman Empire) — http://classics.mit.edu/Augustus/deeds.html *

QuestiM1 Written Assignment Written Assignment Instructions Byblos, Lebanon Photo Credit: Used with permission of Jeannine Mercer 2014 For this assignment there are two parts. You are required to explore life, culture and cultural stereotypes formed by the media by looking for articles online from both Western and Middle Eastern news sites. First, explore some local news sites in the Middle EastOpens in a new window, including the Lebanon Daily Star, Jerusalem Post, Jordan Times, and Palestine Life to name a few and look for 3 short articles about events happening in a specific region of the Middle East. Make sure to use a site in the Middle East and not something from BBC, CNN, etc. If you are not sure, ask your instructor. One should be an article from the news and current events in the area, one article should be related to local business news, and one article should reflect the culture and society in the chosen region in some way. Articles found under Life, Lifestyles or Culture would be appropriate for the final article. Summarize each article and explain the what, why, how and where. What is your opinion of it? What have you learned from each of these articles? What cultural images or ideas do these stories evoke, if any? Why did you choose the particular article? How do you think it is written? Is it biased? Is it fair and balanced? Where did you find it. Look at a Western news site, a list can be found in the Recommended Resources and Writing Guides. See if you can find an article about the current news event that you found on a local Middle Eastern news site. If you cannot, try to at least find an article about the area or the people you have written about. Read the article and compare/contrast the information and media slant (if any) with the other articles you have read. Do you believe that the Western media portray events in the Middle East much or slightly different? How are they similar? How are they different? Why? Make sure you include the URL for each article that you read and summarize in this assignment, as well as cite each article properly and include it in your bibliography or Works Cited list. Please be sure with all assignments to do the following: Your essay should be 5 pages. Be sure to double space and to use Times New Roman 12 point with no effects and only plain text for your submission When saving your document, title it with your last name and then the assignment number. Be sure to place your name and the assignment number on the document itself Adhere fully to the rules and format for proper citations and include a list of resources used, or a bibliography, with each assignment. You may use any format you are familiar with (such as APA or MLA) just be consistent throughout your text. For further assistance with citation guidelines, please do be sure to consult the Writing Resource Center link listed below. Be certain to make your interpretation and analysis central using supporting evidence to advance and support your arguments and analysis while fully addressing the assignment question To support your analysis or to engage in additional research related to the module topic, please feel free to use any of the links provided with the module as well as scholarly evidence. Upload the document as an attachment-do not paste.


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question 23. Which european country did native americans prefer and why

It’s a discussion. you should include one of these sources in the work: Alexander Hamilton, Itinerarium; Eliza Lucas Pinckney, Letterbook; Nathan Cole, Spiritual Travels; Benjamin Franklin, Observations Concerning the Increase of Mankind, Peopling of Countries, etc

Question 24. AMERICAN history reflection

Prompt: What do the documents reveal about debates over the Constitution and the building of a new country? What were these debates? What were people concerned about? In what way do they sound similar to politiLetter to the editor cal debates going on today? Respond to these questions in a few paragraphs.

Question  25. Letter to the editor

Write a letter to the editor of the New York Times in 1921 advocating the passage of the Equal Rights Amendment. Write a second letter from someone opposing the Equal Rights Amendment. Your letters should adopt a fictive identity (for example: a member of the NWP, an immigrant factory worker, a black domestic worker, a conservative male politician) and you must illustrate how your identity informs your position on the ERA. Both letters should be at least 250 words each. Use the attachment for help in the letters. each letter should be written by a different person.

Question 26. Give three main examples of how colonists resisted act of Parliament

you must use one of these sources and include in the work. It is for my discussion. Reverend John Ettwein Notes of Travel from the North Branch of the Susquehanna to the Beaver River, Pennsylvania 1772; Benjamin Franklin Testimony Against the Stamp Act, 1766; The Virginia Nonimportation Resolutions 1769; John Andrews to William Barrell, Letter Regarding the Boston Tea Party 1773

question 27. Letter to the editor

Write a letter to the editor of the New York Times in 1921 advocating the passage of the Equal Rights Amendment. Write a second letter from someone opposing the Equal Rights Amendment. Your letters should adopt a fictive identity (for example: a member of the NWP, an immigrant factory worker, a black domestic worker, a conservative male politician) and you must illustrate how your identity informs your position on the ERA. Both letters should be at least 250 words each. Use the attachment for help in the letters. each letter should be written by a different person.

Question 28. Give three main examples of how colonists resisted act of Parliament

you must use one of these sources and include in the work. It is for my discussion. Reverend John Ettwein Notes of Travel from the North Branch of the Susquehanna to the Beaver River, Pennsylvania 1772; Benjamin Franklin Testimony Against the Stamp Act, 1766; The Virginia Nonimportation Resolutions 1769; John Andrews to William Barrell, Letter Regarding the Boston Tea Party 1773

question 29. American history discussion & response to 2 peers’s posts

For my own discussion post: I would like you to explore and analyze two big-picture contradictions you see in the assigned documents(I have attached a file of links where u can find the documents, AND a pdf, plz read them) : 1. Explore and analyze one contradiction between Jackson’s arguments for removing Native Americans and Ross’ response to these arguments. 2. Explore and analyze one contradiction between Jackson’s arguments and Cloud’s description of removal. For replying to 2 of my classmates’ posts: Just reply them (around 70words for each response) I have already attached the 2 posts from my peers that need to reply! (if you are not sure how to do this assignment, you may look at my classmate’s work)

Question 30. Israel-Palestine flagsOpens in a new window

Respond to ONE of the following writing prompts for your written assignment for Module 2: Israel – Palestine flags “Israel-Palestine flagsOpens in a new window” by User:Justass – File:Israel-Palestine flags.pngOpens in a new window. Licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 via Wikimedia CommonsOpens in a new window. According to Bickerton and Klausner “the tragedy of the Arab-Israeli conflict is that it is the collision of two sets of historic and moral rights of groups over the same land.” (4). Using specific and detailed examples, discuss some of the historic and moral rights in the contemporary era. In your analysis, take care to include detailed and specific examples to support your argument. Israel has similar yet different types of problems with their non-Palestinian neighbors—Syria and Hizbullah (in Lebanon). How would you describe the conflict that Israel has with their neighbors, both historically and in modern days? What is being contested in each relationship and what are they looking to achieve? Would you say that these groups are more united or divided in their fight against Israel? Why? Please be sure with all assignments to do the following: Your essay should be 5 pages double spaced. Be sure to double space and to use Times New Roman 12 point with no effects and only plain text for your submission When saving your document, title it with your last name and then the assignment number and course name Be sure to place your name and the assignment number on the document itself Adhere fully to the rules and format for proper citations and include a list of resources used, or a bibliography, with each assignment. You may use any format you are familiar with (such as APA or MLA) just be consistent throughout your text. For further assistance with citation guidelines, please do be sure to consult the Writing Resource Center link listed below. Be certain to make your interpretation and analysis central using supporting evidence to advance and support your arguments and analysis while fully addressing the assignment question To support your analysis or to engage in additional research related to the module topic, please feel free to use any of the links provided with the module as well as scholarly evidence. Attach and upload-do not paste.

Question 31. The Arab-Israeli conflict is steeped in historical roots

M2 Discussion The Arab-Israeli conflict is steeped in historical roots. As a result, there are numerous issues affecting the conflict. Below are three contentious topics which have been heavily covered in the media. Choose at least TWO of the topics below and discuss in a thorough manner using citations. Secondly, respond to at least two of your classmates postings with in-depth comments. Your response should be in the form of furthering their points and or ask questions that will allow for a well rounded discussion. Be sure to refer to the book and readings when posting in the discussion forum. 1) Begin by considering and discussing what part the UN played/plays in the Arab-Israeli conflict. Then move on and choose at least two (2) questions from each section (Israeli settlements and Western Influence) below and post your discussion based on the readings. You are also required to respond to at least two postings of others in the course. Israeli settlements Relying on the resources as well as other legitimate sources discuss some of the historic and ongoing issues of the Israeli housing settlements in Palestinian territory. Who tends to live in these settlements and why? Why are they such a point of contention in peace negotiations? What is the role of Israel and why have they been unsuccessful in freezing the settlement. Israel security fence along west bank. the brutality of boundaries by conskeptical, on Flickr Creative Commons Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 2.0 Generic License by conskepticalOpens in a new window Israel security fence along West Bank. What do you see as having been achieved through Israel’s construction of a security fence or wall between Israel and the West Bank? What are the advantages and disadvantages of the security fence? Western influence & media in the Arab-Israel conflict It’s long been argued that western support for Israel and the media’s coverage of the conflict has served to affect and shape events in the conflict. For example, it’s been stated by American foreign policy makers that support for Israel will usually be determined by US public support towards sympathy and attitudes towards Jews (“Still Special? The U.S.-Israel Relationship, 1998). In recent years, Palestinians have challenged the West by stating that the media coverage is affecting such perceptions and have been fighting back to promote their side of the story via their own PR campaigns and media slants. Using examples, discuss: What do you think of this importance of the role of the West in this conflict and why does the media play such a heavy role? How does the media affect public support for the Israeli’s or the Palestinians & to what degree? Are media depictions accurate? How can we inform ourselves to insure we have accurate information?

Question 32. How did women react to the language of freedom and liberty being used to support the American Revolution

Topic : How did women react to the language of freedom and liberty being used to support the American Revolution? Be sure to include in your response Abigail Adams’s opinions that appear in the Voices of Freedom. Discussion 1 Around the American Revolution women did not have much opportunity. While they had more opportunity than women in Europe did they also needed more education. There was a struggle that women endured for their freedom and liberty. Abigail Adam was an evolutionary woman when it came to opportunity for women. She taught herself to read since education for girls was very limited. She couldn’t understand how people could have a passion for liberty yet deprive fellow citizens of theirs. She felt as though women needed full freedom although her freedom was much different than modern freedom. She believed a woman’s primary responsibility was to her family but she also believed a husband should not have absolute power over his wife. I wonder how prosperous women would be today if they had the same opportunities men had during that era? Discussion 2 Mrs. Abigail Adam was a very influential and bold woman during the revolutionary time. She taught herself to read during the time where education was limited for women. Her husband John Adams was president during this time which it stated that he relied on her opinion and advice very much during his time in office. At this time of freedom being denied to many including women, Mrs. Adams was an advocate for women’s rights. Adam’s wanted equal rights, she stated how could the passion for Liberty be so strong and equal when those that received liberty could deprive others of their liberty. Not all people supported the freedom of slaves, servants, religious groups and women. The struggle remained but with Adams she felt it was a time where women and other Americans that were denied freedom, a time to enjoy the same freedom as others. A time to rest and a time to reap the goodness of what the world is offering. Adam wants her husband to remember the women during this time, to be generous and favorable to them. For education to be offered, employment opportunities, to be given the opportunity of education before marriage, equal share in liberty, ability to dance and so much more. For the women to have a stand when it came to their husbands. For the husbands to not have complete control of their wives. Deborah Sampson displayed courage and bravery as she dressed as a man and enlisted and battled as a man in the Continental army and was later awarded the soldiers pensions. Women wanted to be able to have education or employment opportunities just as well as any man and clearly, they weren’t afraid to fight for it. If you were a women in that time frame, do you think you could of done what Deborah Sampson did? – You must write a discussion of at least 100 words or more for the topic presented. Also, you must end your first post with a question. – You must write at least 75 words each for the two discussion questions below.

Question 32. U.S history discussion & response to 2 peers’s posts

For my own discussion post: Prompt: According to the slave documents, how did slave owners control and oppress slaves? How did slaves resist slavery and slave oppression? Use the primary sources to answer these questions. For replying to 2 of my classmates’ posts: Just reply them (around 70words for each response) I have already attached the 2 posts from my peers that need to reply! (if you are not sure how to do this assignment, you may look at my classmate’s work) P.S: plz read all the file that I attached below !!!!

Question 33. Enlightenment, the Birth of Race, and Racial Thinking

Buffon, Hume, and Kant are Enlightenment thinkers who used race as a concept to view human development … In reading Buffon, consider how he relates to color, form and size, and disposition. How does Buffon address gender differences within racial groups? How does Hume dismiss the importance of African and African descent peoples? In what way does Kant explain racial differences? How does Kant create a hierarchy of these differences? What role does climate and geography play in Kant’s analysis?

Question 34. The Souls of Black Folk

This a book review, not a book report. The book review cannot have any outside sources other than the book itself. The book is The Souls of Black Folk by W.E.B. Du Bois. There cannot be ANY grammar or spelling mistakes, the instructor is very picky. It must make sense. There should be at least 5 quotes from the book to support your evidence. It must be APA style.

Question 35. American Democracy

Your responses should be between 400-500 words (3-5 substantial paragraphs) in length and should be written with proper grammar, spelling, and sentence structure. Be sure to address each part of the prompt. The Lessons of Unit III are incredibly diverse. We begin with Jefferson’s vision for America and travel through the Market Revolution. Andrew Jackson then presents a vision of American Democracy which may or may not agree with Jefferson. As if this was not enough, we are subsequently introduced to the incredibly complex institutions of Southern society (namely slavery) and the efforts of various social reformers of the mid-nineteenth century to perfect this nation. This Unit culminates in the efforts to manifest America’s “destiny” through westward expansion and a war with Mexico. All of these topics are important to telling the story of America’s evolution from fledgling Republic to continental Empire. In this discussion, I would like for you to suppose you are a member of one of these groups currently living in or travelling to the West: Explorers Californios Mountain men Missionaries Pioneer women Mormon Forty-niners You will write your post from the perspective of the “character” you choose. You are going to write about your experience in moving westward and either what life is now like where you settled or what you hope life is going to be like once you arrive. In your response, (from a first person perspective) be sure to include the following: Who are you? (name, age, sex, occupation, religion, etc.) Describe your family (marital status, children, extended family, etc.) Where you are from? Motivations for moving West? Who or what are you leaving behind? Final destination? Important (historic) people involved, why they are significant, contributions Important (historic) events that occurred during your experience Hardships you faced along the way and once you arrived at your destination? Describe what life is like once you have finally reached your destination and are settled. How do you think your journey and arrival in the West will impact future generations?

question 36. What issues did the newly formed government have to contend with in the first 20 years as a nation

you sould use these sources and include reference. Prince Hall, A Free African-American Petitions the Government for Emancipation of All Slaves; Daniel Gray, Massachusetts Farmers Take Up Arms in Revolt Against Taxes; Federalist Paper #10; Alexander Hamilton, An Opinion on the Constitutionality of an Act to Establish a Bank; George Washington, Farewell Address; Madison and Jefferson, The Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions


question 37. American Perspectives

You will select three questions to answer (no more than one question per period). You will only use evidence from my lectures, either of the two required textbooks, and American Perspectives in each of your three answers. You will not use any other sources. Each response must be at least 500 words. You will cite as footnotes using the Chicago Manual of Style. You will include a Bibliography for each response. Place all three responses on a single Word document. Title the document Final Exam. I need a Bibliography for each response. Submit your exam as a single Word file. Do NOT use any source besides the three noted above. This is not a research paper. Rather this is a test to see how closely and carefully you listened to and taken notes on my lectures and read the assigned textbooks and American Perspectives. A. Manifest Destiny Realized and the Gilded Age (1877-1900) 1. What were women’s rights in American society at this time? 2. How did class effect women’s rights? 3. How did the Gilded Age affect women? B. The Rise of Modern America (1880-1920) 4. Describe the push for universal suffrage. 5. Identify and discuss the significance of three female reformers. 6. How was the Triangle Shirtwaist fire an example of the intersection of women and industrialization? 7. How did the New Jim Crow affect African American women? 8. Describe the relationship between black and white women in the New South. 9. How did women participate in the Populist movement? 10. Examine female Progressive reformers. Were they successful? Why or why not? 11. How did women participate or support US actions in or during World War I? C. An Unregulated Economy (1920-1939) 12. What was new about the “New Negro”? 13. How did women fit into the “New Negro”? 14. What were the underlying weaknesses of the US economy and why did the Great Depression happen when it did? 15. Why or how did the Great Depression particularly impact women? D. World War II. 16. Examine the WAVES, WAFs, WACs, or any other “female” military. 17. How did World War II affect women domestically? 18. Who was Oveta Culp Hobby or Nancy Harkness Love? How did they participate in the war effort? E. Civil Rights and Foreign Policy during the Cold War (1945-1990) 19. How was Eleanor Roosevelt ahead of her time when it came to equal rights? 20. Based on the age, gender, and ethnicity of your mother today, describe her liberties if her had lived during the long 1950s. 21. How did women participate in the 20th century civil rights movement? F. The Cold War at Home (1945-1990) 22. Examine domestic legislation of any Cold War president and demonstrate how those examples personally affect women in your family today. 23. How did gender roles change from World War II to the 1950s? 24. How did the Cold War effect popular expectations of motherhood? 25. Examine gender relations during the long 1950s. 26. What did television shows such as Queen for a Day say about consumerism in general and women in particular? 27. How and why did gender relations change from the 1950s to the 1970s? 28. Describe the rise of feminism in the 1960s. 29. Describe the Chicana movement. Who were or are its leaders? 30. Explore some of the American women’s responses to the United Nation’s Decade for Women (1975-1985). G. The Rise of Conservatism and the Age of Paranoia (1964-Present) 31. Examine the rise of conservatism in American politics between Goldwater and Reagan. 32. How does political conservatism affect women? 33. The Cold War never really ended. Rather, the enemies shifted from Communism to Radical Islam and the battle front from Europe to the Middle East. Argue for or against this assertion. 34. Compare and contrast national liberties during the long 1950s with the period between 2001 and 2016. Where national liberties more similar or more different? Why? 35. During the Civil Rights era, Christian leaders fought for equality. Today, Christian leaders demand the right to promote inequality. What explains that shift? 36. What is “Queer Theory”? 37. How has feminism changed over the last 50 years? 38. What is a bigger issue for women since the end of the Cold War: reproductive rights or economic parity? Why?

Question 37. American history reflection

In order to reflect on the above(the documents) idea think about these questions: Why did northern states fight in the Civil War? Why did northern soldiers fight in the Civil War? Where do these ideas and definitions connect to the social significance of frontier fighting (Gorn), even though this kind of fighting was not about the Civil War itself? When you respond to classmates, respond to people who did not answer the same questions you did.


question 38. Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl

You will be expected to analyze and critique the book in addition to describing the content. The paper must be at least 1400 words and contain at least 3 but no more than 5 quotations. Please include your Works Cited page at the end of your paper. The title page and Works Cited page do NOT count toward the 1400 word minimum.You may use MLA, APA or Chicago style formatting. 1. Introduction (10 pts.) First identify the name and author of the book, identify the type of book, and describe the overall theme of the book. The first sentence should grab the reader’s attention.Last sentence of the Introduction should explain goal/purpose of the paper. 2. Overview (30 pts.) Summarize the book, explaining the main points. 3. Review of the book (50 pts.) This is the major section of the paper. Be sure to describe how the book affected you. Tell the reader if you liked the book or not. Be specific: Does the book leave out something it should have included? Would you recommend this book to someone else? What did you learn from the book? These are some of the questions you should consider. Remember – this is your opinion – I do not want you to research what anyone else has to say about the book. You may use quotes from the book, but I do not want to read about what anyone else thought of the book. You do not need to go to outside sources to develop your own views. Include an explanation of how the book relates to this course, identifying specific course themes that relate to your reading. 4. Conclusion (10 pts.) Present a summary of your paper and add any final thoughts. AFTER READING YOUR PAPER, THE READER SHOULD BE ABLE TO: —Know the author’s name and book name. —be able to identify your thesis sentence at the end of the first paragraph. —Have a general overview of the story. —Know your thoughts on the questions listed in the review. —understand your conclusion as a brief restatement of the thesis as well as concluding and supporting information. It is your responsibility to ensure your paper has proper spacing and is at least 1400 words long. IF YOUR PAPER IS LESS THAN 1400 WORDS, IT WILL EARN A ZERO. IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY TO PROOFREAD YOUR PAPER NUMEROUS TIMES. IF YOUR PAPER CANNOT BE READ OR UNDERSTOOD, IT WILL EARN A ZERO. Grammar Hints 1. PROOFREAD AND REVISE YOUR PAPER OUT LOUD NUMEROUS TIMES…HAVE ANOTHER PERSON PROOFREAD YOUR WORK…UTILIZE THE WRITING CENTER TO HELP REVISE YOUR PAPER. 2. YOU MUST TURN YOUR PAPER INTO The Link within the course!!!!!!!! Failure to submit your paper into The Link within the course will result in a ZERO. DO NOT EMAIL ME YOUR PAPER. 3. If your paper is over 30% plagiarized (ACCORDING TO YOUR ORIGINALITY REPORT – SUBMIT EARLY TO ENSURE THERE IS NO PLAGIARISM), you will receive a ZERO. You are allowed to submit your paper more than one time until the due date. 4. ABSOLUTELY NO LATE PAPERS! Papers can be submitted at any time before the due date. 5. Students are encouraged to submit papers early in order to avoid unexpected emergencies and unexpected problems. DO NOT OFFER EXCUSES! Computer problems are not an acceptable excuse! DO NOT EVEN THINK ABOUT OFFERING AN EXCUSE FOR FAILURE TO TURN IN THE PAPER ON TIME AS IT WILL BE COMPLETELY IGNORED AND DISREGARDED. 6. Avoid using informal language. This is a college paper and should be written for a college audience. Do not write this paper as if you were speaking to a classmate. 7. ABSOLUTELY NO misspelled words. 8. Begin sentences with capitals and end with proper punctuation. 9. Use punctuation correctly. 10. Use capitalization correctly. 11. Indent paragraphs. 12. Use proper noun-verb agreement. 13. Make sure sentences are complete and make sense. 14. Do not use run-on sentences nor sentence fragments/incomplete sentences. 15. Review rules on commas and semi-colons. 16. Vary the wording…avoid using words repetitiously. 17. Vary the beginning of sentences…avoid “The author said…The author did…The theme was…” 18. Do not begin sentences with: But, So, And, Because 19. Do not use contractions. 20. Avoid using quotes without citing them. 21. Minimum 1400 words. 22. Put a Header on the paper with your name, course #, page number 23. Put a Title on the paper. 24. Make sure that your paper includes an Introductory Paragraph and a Concluding Paragraph. 25. The first sentence of the Introductory Paragraph should grab the reader’s attention. 26. The last sentence of the Introductory Paragraph should explain the goal or purpose of the paper. 27. The concluding paragraph should sum up the paper and add any final thoughts. 28. Avoid writing in first and second person as much as possible. I realize this is an opinion paper, so get creative and vary your wording. The review section is the only area that first person is acceptable. 29. Avoid using questions in the paper. Phrase them as statements. 30. Write the paper in past tense.


question 39. Black Snake Killaz

Watch this 2017 documentary and other materials listed below, then write an essay of at least 300 words. In this essay, be sure to follow these instructions: In addition to writing a summary on the film information, discuss the following: What is the black snake? What are water protectors? What are man camps and problems associated with them and how do they relate to this? What are the issues related to this specific pipeline and why is it being led by Natives? How does this relate to other Native history in the United States? Your opinions on this issue. Please double space and use proper grammar and spelling. https://vimeo.com/243051889


question 40. Terrorism vs. Acts of Violence and Language

this is for the M3 Discussion and for the M3 assignment which I did on its own assignment M3 Discussion Discussion on Terrorism vs. Acts of Violence and Language Please be sure to read the Content Guide on Terrorism for definitions and explanations and to prepare for the discussion Reading Qur’an by TAHA KREWI, on Flickr Creative Commons Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic License by TAHA KREWIOpens in a new window Critically discuss how “terrorism” is viewed and perceived and discuss how “acts of violence” are perceived. You are welcome to develop this conversation with examples. Why is terrorism primarily discussed in the context of international acts of violence? Why is this term not used as frequently in the US for domestic acts of violence? How do media participate in this language and consequently influence the view of other groups outside the US? How is citizen journalism changing the dynamics of new reporting? The point here is to have a conversation about what we perceive as terrorism and begin deconstructing the “language” used. Please be sure to view the Content Guide on Terrorism for definitions and explanations. Support your points with newspaper articles, credible websites and videos (with citations) and current event information.


Question  41. ISIS member with flag

M3 Written Assignment ISIS member with flag. Taken from ISIS propaganda video, Flames of War, 2014. ISIS member and black flag taken from an ISIS propaganda video called the Flames of War. Photo: Al Hayad, 2014 Via: the guardian.comOpens in a new window Written Assignment Instructions Respond to ONE of the following writing prompts for your written assignment for Module 3: Describe the rise of ISIS or the Islamic State. How did they come to power, what are their aims, and how did they recruit attention, members and financial support for their cause? Be sure to assess the role of social media in their efforts to recruit and gain support for an Islamic war. How are they different from other jihadist groups and why have they been successful in their conquests? Discuss also how this extremist group reinforces Islamophobia and negative Muslim stereotypes. Can anything be done to correct this? If so, what? In detail, discuss the distinction between religious Islam and political Islam. In your discussion, be certain to highlight the character and influence of each. Is there any way to combat the global stereotypes of Islam? If so, how? Please be sure with all assignments to do the following: Your essay should be 5 pages. Be sure to double space and to use Times New Roman 12 point with no effects and only plain text for your submission When saving your document, title it with your last name and then the assignment number. Be sure to place your name and the assignment number on the document itself Adhere fully to the rules and format for proper citations and include a list of resources used, or a bibliography, with each assignment. You may use any format you are familiar with (such as APA or MLA) just be consistent throughout your text. For further assistance with citation guidelines, please do be sure to consult the Writing Resource Center link listed below. Be certain to make your interpretation and analysis central using supporting evidence to advance and support your arguments and analysis while fully addressing the assignment question To support your analysis or to engage in additional research related to the module topic, please feel free to use any of the links provided with the module as well as scholarly evidence.

Question42. Revolution of 1800

Topic : In what ways can Thomas Jefferson’s presidency be considered a revolution? Did his presidency deliver an “Empire of Liberty” as he envisioned? Why or why not? . . . You have to write 100 words or more. Also, you should write a comment (75-word) on the 2 texts. If you give me a discussion, I will give you the paragraph that you have to answer.

 

Question43. US Imperialism & World War I

Read about US Imperialism in the online textbook. Read about US in WWI in the online textbook. Review the 2 presentations: imperialism.pptx and World War I.pptx View and analyze the following political cartoons from this era: 290px-School_Begins_(Puck_Magazine_1-25-1899).jpg 6781228.jpg destroy-this-mad-brute-wwi-army-recruiting-war-is-hell-store.jpg frontpostcard.png propoganda_05.jpg tumblr_ktypdevc661qanibl.jpg Respond to the following: Discuss your ideas about the US attempts to add oversees territories and colonies. Use the political cartoons as a starting point—what do you see in them? What message(s) are they trying to convey? What do your think about them?

 

Question44. american history

Pretend that Wooden Leg and Chief Joseph were having a conversation about the position of Native Americans towards the end of the 19th century. Based on the first letter of your last name, take on the persona (in other words, pretend to be this individual) assigned to you and respond to the question listed. You are not graded for sounding like the assigned person. The purpose of this is to get at the ideas found in the documents. If it is uncomfortable to write this in the 1st person, it is fine to do this via the 3rd person, just be sure to respond to the prompt. Use the documents to engage with the following: *If your last name begins with A-L : (This is my question):Take on the persona of Wooden Leg (Cheyenne View of Battle). Tell Chief Joseph what your thoughts and ideas are regarding the position of Native Americans at this time. What should be done, and what is your strategy at this time?

Question45. The Colonial Experience

follow the instructions provided answer lesson 2 discussion topic picking one of the questions in 2 paragraphs. also answer the lesson 3 written assignmen question in a 3 to 4 page paper and answer the lesson 3 discussion separately with 2 paragraphs.

 

Question46. Book Precis on Triangle: The Fire That Changed America

Writing a book precis is a different task than writing a book review. The most important aspect of a book precis is its brevity and concise writing. The following information will be required for writing a book precis for this course: The precis will be limited to one-page. Normal page margins (1-inch) will be used and text size will be 12-pt., single-spaced. The precis will include three sections: A) Author’s argument, 2) Support for Argument, and 3) Evaluation and conclusion. The author’s argument should encompass the overall argument of the book. Why did the author write the book? What point was the author trying to make to the reader? When writing the Support for Argument section, the student should be very concise in their writing. Take the author’s argument and explain how the author supported that argument in the book. Don’t retell parts of the book. This section requires you to look at the big picture and determine the author’s overall approach to convincing the reader of their argument. The final section, Evaluation and Conclusion, requires the student to evaluate whether or not the author’s writing convinced you of their argument. This section should be brief, concise, and leave no doubt in a reader’s mind as to the value of the book. The written book precis should be limited to one page. If, after writing your precis, your paper is longer than one page, you must edit the paper to tighten the narrative and limit the writing to your strongest arguments and statements.

Question47. Syrian Refugee Crisis

Discussions There are numerous issues under consideration concerning the Syrian Conflict. For this discussion, students should discuss the question on the Syrian Refugee Crisis and at least TWO of the video clips found in the folder labeled “Video interviews on Syrian Conflict.” Make sure that you clearly mark which video clip you are responding to, and to also respond to at least two other classmates on ANY of the topics under discussion. What are some of the problems of the Syrian refugee crisis? Do you feel that the Lebanese government made the right decision to stop accepting refugees after they had reached over 1.5 million Syrians? Why or why not? Do you think the crisis will cause Lebanon to eventually go to war? Why or why not? Look at the video clips in the M4 Video Interviews on Syrian Conflict area of the module. Discuss two of them in two separate posts. What is the interviewee, Dr. Mark Tomass, discussing? Do you agree with his assessments? Why or why not? What evidence can you find to support your opinion? The Videos are on Suny Empire

Question48. Viewing and Reflection

a)The Tempest: St. Louis Shakespeare Festival b)The Tempest: Savage Rose Theater Company c)The Tempest: Central Washington Production d)The Tempest: A Rock and Roll Space Odyssey view one of the above and write a two-page reflection to explain your viewing experience addresses the following: – Identify the performance that you have selected. – Describe the staging, lighting, costumes, and characters of the performance. – How do these match or revise the written version of the play? – What type of mood and tone does the performance create? How? – What parts of the play are easier to understand through performance? What are some details that stood out through performance? -What does the performance suggest about the role of theater in contemporary culture?

Question49. Video interviews on Syrian Conflict

Discussions There are numerous issues under consideration concerning the Syrian Conflict. For this discussion, students should discuss the question on the Syrian Refugee Crisis and at least TWO of the video clips found in the folder labeled “Video interviews on Syrian Conflict.” Make sure that you clearly mark which video clip you are responding to, and to also respond to at least two other classmates on ANY of the topics under discussion. What are some of the problems of the Syrian refugee crisis? Do you feel that the Lebanese government made the right decision to stop accepting refugees after they had reached over 1.5 million Syrians? Why or why not? Do you think the crisis will cause Lebanon to eventually go to war? Why or why not? Look at the video clips in the M4 Video Interviews on Syrian Conflict area of the module. Discuss two of them in two separate posts. What is the interviewee, Dr. Mark Tomass, discussing? Do you agree with his assessments? Why or why not? What evidence can you find to support your opinion? Respond

Question50. Quiz on the storyline of the Odyssey

I have to see some videos on youtube and then I have to ask 5 questions. Those are the links: 1-Last Stand of the 300 documentary 2-Battles BC S01E06 Alexander Lord of War 3-http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xqgwwx (Clash of the Gods – Odysseus) 4-http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xqgwxw (Clash Of The Gods – Odysseus Warriors Revenge)


Question 51. Historical eassy

As depression struck the new nation in the mid-1780s, new questions arose about the nature of American democracy. Many conservatives believed that the answer lay in a stronger national government. Most radicals believed it was up to the states to relieve the financial burden of the people. These sentiments fostered a movement for a new constitution. Political differences soon stimulated the creation of political parties. Compare and contrast the Articles of Confederation with the new Constitution of 1787. What were the strengths and weaknesses of the Articles vis-à-vis the Constitution? Give specific instances that demonstrate the weakness of the Articles (such as the Western problem). Then analyze the drafting of the Constitution, using specific details to show how the various states (slave vs. free, east vs. west) compromised in order to effectively draft a constitution. Pay particular attention to Roger Sherman’s plan, the Great Compromise, which broke a stalemate that could have been fatal to the development of the new Constitution. Finally, compare and contrast the debate over ratification between the Federalists and the Anti-Federalists. Make sure you cite specific examples from the Federalist Papers to support the Federalist position and contrast it with leading proponents of the opposition (such as John Hancock). Analyze how the debate over a bill of rights illustrates the differences between the two parties. Evaluate the relative success of the Bill of Rights in achieving an effective balance between national and states’ interests. This paper must not be less than three double-spaced pages in length (not including the References page) and utilize no less than four academic quality sources. Margins should be no more than one inch (right and left) and the essay should be composed in an appropriate font and size. Sources must be documented and cited using APA format.

Question 52. African History

When we hear about “The Slave Trade” (West Africa 1500s-1807), we hear ONLY about the Slave Trade like there was no other trade before it. Please review the Power Point on Legitimate TradePreview the document. Describe the ORIGINAL Indigenous LEGITIMATE trade (1400-1526) between the Africans and the Europeans (what were the original products traded that included some African slaves) BEFORE it was transformed by the Portuguese into “The Slave Trade” that fueled the Plantation Complex that soon dominated the New World (1513 Brazil then transported to the rest of Spanish controlled South America, The British, Spanish, French, Dtuch Caribbean, and North America).

Question 53. American revolution

Please discuss your thoughts on the actions taken by the colonists between 1760-1775 in the Pre Revolutionary Era. Be sure to keep in mind that not all colonists were rebelling against the mother country. Would you have been a loyalist or a patriot? What would your actions have been if you were living during this time and why? Your original post should be a minimum of 200 words. Please use links!!! https://www.historyisfun.org/pdf/tea-overboard/RoadtoRevolution.pdf http://www.historywiz.com/primarysources/americanrevprimary.html http://www.manythings.org/voa/history/13.html https://www.gilderlehrman.org/content/colonists-divided-revolution-and-civil-war https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HlUiSBXQHCw https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Eytc9ZaNWyc

Question 54. Citadel of Aleppo, Syria, 2011

M4 Written Assignment Citadel of Aleppo, Syria, 2011. In 2014 the rebels bombed the area and destroyed the surroundings but the citadel still stood. Photo used with permission of Dr. Mark Tomass, 2013. Written Assignment Instructions:Shia and Sunni Please answer each essay question with a substantive analytical response and discuss the Shia and Sunni groups fighting in the Syrian Conflict. Please put your name, course number, and ID number on paper. Number and answer all three essay questions. What are their aims (Shia and Sunni) and how are they different from each other? Explain What do you believe the role of outside influence should be in the conflict (reflect on interference from both the West and from Middle Eastern countries)? Why? Please posit any citation used. in light of recent news events and the refuge situation, in your opinion do you think stability can be achieved in Syria considering the political and religious motivations of all involved? 2) Why or why not? (Please include references to support your opinion). Please be sure with all assignments to do the following: Cover Sheet (Name, Course Title and My Name) Number and answer each question. Answer questions critically and thoroughly Be sure to double space and to use Times New Roman 12 point with no effects and only plain text for your submission When saving your document, title it with your last name and then the assignment number. Be sure to place your name and the assignment number on the saved document itself Adhere fully to the rules and format for proper citations and include a list of resources used, or a bibliography, with each assignment. You may use any format you are familiar with (such as APA or MLA) just be consistent throughout your text. For further assistance with citation guidelines, please do be sure to consult the Writing Resource Center link listed below. Be certain to make your interpretation and analysis central using supporting evidence to advance and support your arguments and analysis while fully addressing the assignment question To support your analysis or to engage in additional research related to the module topic, please feel free

Question 55. History discussion

One historian has observed of southern slavery that “nothing escaped, nothing and no one.” What do you think the historian meant by that statement? . . . First, you must write more than 100 words of your thoughts on the topics presented. Discussions should end with questions. You’ll also need to provide more historical details to support your answer and address your reading challenges yourself. Second, you have to write 75 words in two texts. When you give me the last discussion, I will give you two paragraphs to answer.

Question 56. Book Precis on The Train to Crystal City

Writing a book precis is a different task than writing a book review. The most important aspect of a book precis is its brevity and concise writing. The following information will be required for writing a book precis for this course: The precis will be limited to one-page. Normal page margins (1-inch) will be used and text size will be 12-pt., single-spaced. The precis will include three sections: A) Author’s argument, 2) Support for Argument, and 3) Evaluation and conclusion. The author’s argument should encompass the overall argument of the book. Why did the author write the book? What point was the author trying to make to the reader? When writing the Support for Argument section, the student should be very concise in their writing. Take the author’s argument and explain how the author supported that argument in the book. Don’t retell parts of the book. This section requires you to look at the big picture and determine the author’s overall approach to convincing the reader of their argument. The final section, Evaluation and Conclusion, requires the student to evaluate whether or not the author’s writing convinced you of their argument. This section should be brief, concise, and leave no doubt in a reader’s mind as to the value of the book. The written book precis should be limited to one page. If, after writing your precis, your paper is longer than one page, you must edit the paper to tighten the narrative and limit the writing to your strongest arguments and statements. last time i order book precious here but was not good and i got lower grade my professor gave me feedback like this Your paper includes some good information but your statement regarding the author’s argument is a bit weak. That makes it hard to provide information that shows how the author supported that argument. please make sure to do the strong argument

Question 57 History of America

Answer why you think each person and event are important in shaping American history and defend your answers: Joseph F. Glidden Cornelius Vanderbilt Robert M. Follette Franklin D.Roosevelt Events: Devetalt Severalty Act The Great Depression Jim Crow Law Growth of American cities during 18-1900s Salvation Army arrives in U.S. 1876-1879

Question 58 Cortes and Colonizations Discussion Options Menu: Forum

– Read Hernan Cortes’ Second Letter to Charles V and An Aztec Account of the Conquest of Mexico – On our discussion board answer the following: Citing evidence from Cortes’ Second Letter to Charles V and An Aztec Account of the Conquest of Mexico, do you think the Aztecs and Mayans needed to be saved by Christian missionaries? If so, why did they need to be saved, and how might the missionaries have been able to help them? If not, why not? Also, post an argument for what you think were the main reasons behind Spanish and Portuguese colonization around the world. Do you see any similarities with earlier Greek colonization of the Mediterranean? Why or why not? Each student should post one response for each of the above topics and respond to a classmate for each of the above topics. Thoughtful posts will receive full credit.

Question 59 Guns, Germs, and Steel Critical Book Critique

This is a large part of my grade for college-level History. I have to write a detailed book critique for “Guns, Germs, and Steel” by Jared Diamond. I have an instruction sheet from my professor which can reveal exactly what he’s expecting out of this. It has to reveal a thesis, and other details. I’m looking for someone who can write a good paper for me at a fair price.

Question 60   The assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand

This is a large part of my grade for college-level History. I have to write a detailed book critique for “Guns, Germs, and Steel” by Jared Diamond. I have an instruction sheet from my professor which can reveal exactly what he’s expecting out of this. It has to reveal a thesis, and other details. I’m looking for someone who can write a good paper for me at a fair price

Question 61 History discussion

How did the reform impulse of antebellum America seek to redefine freedom and equality? . . . . First, you must write more than 100 words of your thoughts on the topics presented. Discussions should end with questions. You’ll also need to provide more historical details to support your answer and address your reading challenges yourself. (to use ‘Voices of Freedom: A Documentary History’) Second, you have to write 75 words in two texts. When you give me your works, I will give you two paragraphs to answer. Then, you should be comment their’s paragraphs.

Question 62 Research Paper Peer Review

  1. Professionalism: Edit grammar and spelling. Turning in a paper with typos is unprofessional and embarrassing. By having someone else read the paper, these can be avoided. 2. Argument: Does the paper have a sound thesis and good supporting arguments? Are there any changes you would suggest or questions you have after reading the paper? 3. Accuracy: Are sources cited, and cited correctly? Are the facts presented in the paper correctly and accurately presented within the correct context?

Question 63 U.S. Historical thinking questions

Historical Thinking 3 Questions: Housing and Highways 1. What does the first image (motorway) convey about highway development? Remember to think about the year it was created and the nature of roads at the time. 2. What do highway construction images (documents 2-5) convey about the construction of highways. What sort of impact may they have had on local communities? Compare these images to the first document. 3. Why was highway development seen as so important after World War II? In what ways could highways facilitate the growth of suburbs and new commercial development 4. What tactics were used to forestall minorities from moving into white neighborhoods and the new suburbs? To what degree were non-whites able to move away from older and segregated neighborhoods? 5. Who, and in what ways, did most highway development benefit? Can you make any connections regarding housing development, road construction, and exclusionary housing policies?

Question 64 Native Americans and American History

U.S. History to 1870 DIscussion DUE @ 8PM TODAY April 19, 2018. Native Americans have long been conceptualized as somehow existing outside the margins of the United States History even though they populated North America centuries before the arrival of colonial settlers and had developed extremely sophisticated and complex societies. Please answer the following question in 1 page or less, and include two references. How does the history of Native Americans challenge or complicate our understanding of U.S. history, especially in light of the contradictions between the nation’s democratic values and the long history of Native American persecution? Please only accept the project if you can complete it on time. Feel free to message me with any questions.

Question 65 The life of John C. Calhoun

This is a 15 page senior paper i’m asking you to write. You will write about John C. Calhoun from his early years on the plantaion to recieving education from Yale university. Talk about the struggles he went through to recieve his education and what did he do with his education after Yale University. This paper must be typed in your opinion and kinda talk about John C. Calhoun’s life as if it were a story. You can add important quotations from the primary and secondary sources I have provided to support your opinion.

Question 66 Battle Cry of Freedom: The Civil War Era by James M. McPherson

The book review needs to be one to two pages, single spaced, 12 point Times New Roman, 1” margins. It needs to have the book’s full citation at the top, hit the high points of the book in a synopsis, a discussion of the author’s thesis, the book’s strengths and weaknesses with evidence from the book (e.g.: evidence that supports the author’s thesis or evidence that does not back up the thesis; Is the work clear and convincing? Why or why not? How did it change, challenge, or go against your general understanding of the subject?)

Question 67 Politics and Economics

We would like to put your talent to use in our “Politics” and “Economics” divisions. The upcoming AHL issue will centerpiece the Great Depression. We would like for you to write a piece that requires a bit of creativity on your part regarding the viewpoint and voice. Act as if you are an AHL political correspondent in 1932 on the eve of the presidential election. Author a piece that presents the reader with the two competing visions concerning the role and responsibilities of government in addressing this devastating economic depression presented by the Republican incumbent and the Democratic challenger. Remember you are a journalist covering the election of 1932. When informing your audience of positions, attitudes, strategies etc, be sure to specifically state when and where a candidate presented this information. Report what voters would be and should be considering before casting their ballot. Be sure to base your commentary off of the events/resources (Master Journalist Resources) that voters considered when going to the polls. Be sure to comprehensively address all concepts outlined in the editor’s instructions. Demonstrate an understanding of the material, time period, and assignment goals. This assignment will also be graded on the writer’s ability to construct an article that demonstrates a commitment to the assignments style (voice, political article written during 1932 concerning upcoming election)

Question68 History discussion

What did freedom mean to the formerly enslaved laborers emancipated at the end of the Civil War? How did they express their new found freedom? . . . First, you must write more than 100 words of your thoughts on the topics presented. Discussions should end with questions. You’ll also need to provide more historical details to support your answer and address your reading challenges yourself. (to use ‘Voices of Freedom: A Documentary History’) Second, you have to write 75 words in two texts. When you give me your works, I will give you two paragraphs to answer. Then, you should be comment their’s paragraphs.

Question 69 Analyzing the American Revolution

Discussion, Among historians, there have generally been two main interpretations of the Revolution. The first, as espoused by scholars like Gordon Wood, argues that the revolution is “the most important event in American history.” In their view, the Revolution was a watershed moment that completely transformed American society. Meanwhile, scholars like Bernard Bailyn have argued that the ideological origins of the revolution were actually based on much older ideas, and the American Revolution thus didn’t herald in a new era nor was it a transformative moment. Please write at least one paragraph explaining which interpretation of the Revolution you find more convincing. Provide support/evidence for your choice. Due today May 3, 2018 @ 11:00 PM (eastern time).

Question70 How were Sciencists influenced and impacted by Technological change or advanced in knowledge

No writing required as I already did in my weekly post. Need help in Organizing it in to 8 pages. My group is Scientists. Attached is my weekly post. You can just copy and past but use transitions and organize them to match one thing to talk about as required from Instructor requirement below. ———————————————————————– Your final paper will be a case study of how a single group (men, women, scientists, philosophers, leaders, etc.) over the course of history (from ancient time through the 20th century) were influenced by the changes in technology or advances in knowledge. In other words, you will trace the story of your chosen group over time, illustrating how they were influenced and impacted by technological changes or advances in knowledge.In 8-10 pages (not including the title page and bibliography) write a succinct, grammatically correct, well supported paper that begins with a strong thesis statement (your principal argument) and traces the changes that occurred to your chosen group over time. You may include the content from your weekly posts but you MAY NOT cut and paste your posts into the paper. Synthesize them into descriptive paragraphs. Make sure you use strong transitions; sentences that carry one thought into the next and show a connection or correlation. I am not looking for a litany of disjointed statements that simply list changes your chosen group experienced but rather a narrative that traces the evolution of your group over time. Be sure to discuss the technologies or advances in knowledge that most impacted them and perhaps how those same changes acted differently on other groups. Your paper must be formatted in Chicago Turabian format, include a cover page and bibliography, and use footnotes.

Question 71. Shay’s Rebellion

U.S. History to 1870 In 1787, a former Continental Army officer named Daniel Shays led an armed rebellion in Massachusetts against the newly formed American republic. Men from several western counties, many of them Revolutionary war veterans from leading families, violently opposed the high taxes levied by the legislature to pay war debts. It was an ironic turn of events. In the 1760s, the British – looking for ways to pay their debt for the Seven Years War – decided to tax the colonists to increase British revenue. As we know, this led to the American Revolution. In the 1780s, the colonists were now in control of their own government, and – looking for ways to pay their debt from the American revolution and the new republic – settled on taxing the colonists. Colonists in western counties argued that they weren’t represented in the eastern-dominated legislature, and they rebelled. Shays rebellion would end relatively quickly, but what is interesting is that they viewed the new American government in the same light as the old British one. They called it “tyrannical,” and claimed “whenever any encroachments are made either upon the liberties or properties of the people, if redress cannot be had without, it is virtue in them to disturb government.” In this blog post, address this history in at least 2 paragraphs in your response to the following prompt: Was the Revolution truly a revolution, or simply a shift of power from one ruling class to another? Address Shay’s Rebellion and relevant evidence. Articulate a specific position (perspective, thesis/hypothesis) imaginatively, taking into account the complexities of an issue. Fully integrate alternate, divergent, or contradictory perspectives or ideas. Assignment DUE Saturday, May 5, 2018 @ 10:00 PM (Eastern Time).

Question72 History Lesson Plan

Design a teachable lesson for either a sixth-grade or a seventh-grade world history course. Your teachable lesson should include a detailed outline and it must be arranged accordingly. Needs to be college level writing along with at least 10 pages, and should be a lesson plan using Simon Bolivar, his accomplishments and dream for Latin America (Gran Colombia), and his disappointment with Gran Colombia. Attached are the essay that goes with the lesson plan, the guidelines for the lesson plan and an example of what is expected on the lesson plan.

Question 73 The Civil War continues to be a powerful story that has never lost its appeal to the general public

The Lessons of Unit IV present the build-up, explosion, and aftermath of an event that most would rank as among the most consequential in American History. The Civil War continues to be a powerful story that has never lost its appeal to the general public. Go to any American bookstore today and there will be a section devoted entirely to the Civil War, with World War II being the only other topic receiving as much attention. For this discussion post, I want you to write two letters that reflect what you have learned about how the Civil War affected the lives of civilians and soldiers. Letter 1: write from the perspective of a Union or Confederate Soldier to a civilian family member back home Letter 2: write the soldier a response to Letter 1 as the family member Both letters must include the following: Names of writer/receiver Date(s) letters are being written some identifying characteristics of the people writing the letters (ages, sex, personality, information to give me an idea of who you are or who you are writing) the relationship between the writer and receiver The individual letters should include the following: Soldier Letter (#1): *describe where you are and/or have been *battles fought in *problems/hardships you are currently facing *what life in the military is like for you at the moment *worries/concerns *reasons why you are fighting this war *beliefs about the war *what you hope happens after the war is over *personal future plans after the war Civilian Letter (#2): *where do you live *what is happening in terms of the war where you live *describe what daily life is like for you while the war is going on *hardships/problems *worries/concerns *beliefs about the war *what you hope happens after the war is over *personal future plans after the war

Question 74 Dr. Malcolm Frierson’s novel, A Place in the World

1 Dr. Malcolm Frierson’s novel, A Place in the World. 2 Compare and contrast the world views of Dr. Kwame Baako and Abena (Evelyn Bradley). How do their views pertain to the histories of slavery, the African diaspora and African Americans? In what ways do the places of Baltimore, Ghana and Georgia shape their views? How and why did they adopt Kofi? After their divorce, how did Kwame and Evelyn change? What efforts do they take to raise or influence Kofi? What were some of Kofi’s challenges? Finally, analyze what happened to Kofi in the end

Question 75 Class and American Life

Discussion, Class and American Life DUE TODAY, MAY 10, 2018 @ 11:30 PM (EASTERN TIME). IF FOR ANY REASON YOU FEEL YOU CANNOT COMPLETE THE ASSIGNMENT ON TIME PLEASE DO NOT PLACE A BID. THANK YOU! One of the most significant political debates during the presidency of Andrew Jackson concerned re-chartering the Bank of the United States. In his veto of the bank’s charter, Jackson railed against monied interests in American politics. After analyzing Jackson’s Veto Message (Links to an external site, http://www.americanyawp.com/reader/democracy-in-america/andrew-jacksons-veto-message-against-re-chartering-the-bank-of-the-united-states-1832/). IN A FEW PARAGRAPHS, Discuss the role of class in early American history. Was class a major factor in early American life and politics?

Question 76 How the war began

One of the things we always discuss in my face-to-face classes with regards to the Spanish-American War is how the war began. The explosion of the battleship Maine was the catalyst for the US going to war in Spain and thus acquiring an empire. However, while Spain was blamed for the explosion of the ship, it was not actually at fault. My question to you all is whether it matters? Do the reasons for going for war actually matter or do the ends justify the means? Most people do not question nowadays how we have Puerto Rico, or Guam, or the leasing of Guantanamo Bay in Cuba, yet these changes were the result of the Spanish-American War. More men died of fever and disease than the actual war itself, and the US then found itself in a guerilla-style insurrection war in the Philippines. Again, do the ends justify the means? Or if the reasons for war are obfuscated, is the war in and of itself unjustified? I realize this is a complicated question. I am asking you to answer the very best you can. Remember, if you are looking to do well you want to demonstrate you have read and understood the text. (Davidson, pages 431-438)

Question 77 Attack Ads of the Antebellum Era

Please ensure to read directions and complete assignment on time and correctly. Due Monday, May 14, 2018 @ 9:00 AM (Eastern Time). The assignment is a Blog Post no longer than one page. One of the main focuses of this week’s readings was the development of political parties and political life and discourse of the Early Republic and Antebellum era, which is roughly the period from 1789 to 1860. Reason.tv has made “modern” attack ads by using direct quotes from John Adams and Thomas Jefferson. In public comments, political rivals frequently attacked not only their opponents credibility and policies, but their racial heritage, their manliness, their religious principles, and even their wives and families. After watching the link “Attack Ads in the Antebellum Era, In their Own Words” address the following prompt: What is the primary political legacy of the Early Republic and Antebellum era on contemporary American life? And in what ways are American political campaigns today different from that era, and in what ways are they similar? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y_zTN4BXvYI

Question 78 Civil Rights: Then and Now

In the 1960s, the civil rights movement was at its height. Congress passed the Civil Rights Act and Voting Rights Act in 1964 and 1965, which first outlawed segregation in public places and dismantled laws that previously had prevented people from voting based on their race. Basically, these two laws finally buffered the 14th and 15th amendments, both of which were passed during Reconstruction. This information is covered in Chapter 29 in further detail. The United States was not the only place experiencing a civil rights movement. South Africa, Northern Ireland, India, etc. are just a few places going through the same thing. During graduate school, I lived in Northern Ireland for a semester. It is a province of the United Kingdom that for many years sustained a long-term conflict between the majority Protestant population and the minority Catholic populace. Catholics often complained that they were discriminated against in jobs, education, housing, and unfairly targeted by police. Does that sound familiar to Americans? It should. Stick with me here, because I have a point, but I need to explain a few things to get there. This conflict between Catholics and Protestants went on for years. Conflict is a nice word for war, because that is essentially what it was. For the better part of 30 years, 3,000 people were killed (in a place that is the size a few Chicago suburbs put together, so it’s a significant number) and generations were affected by violence. In the 1990s, though, most of the groups on both sides (not all) sought peace and a comprehensive peace agreement was agreed upon by a huge landslide vote. Part of the peace agreement addressed a long-standing grievance about Catholics not trusting the police force that was overwhelmingly (95%) Protestant. Catholics simply did not join. In the years that followed the agreement, the police force, which had been highly militarized during the conflict (understandably so) began to appear less militarized and more like a community type of police, and heavily recruited Catholics and other minorities to join the force. Since then the force is much more reflective of the populace. It must be noted that not everyone sits around and sings kumbaya now.  However, sometimes you have to fake it till you make it, and real progress has been made. (My master’s thesis was on this conflict so I am writing simply from memory and knowledge of events.) So here is the bridge: Clearly in this country we are experiencing a similar gulf between minority citizens and police. Depending on the color of your skin, the neighborhood you live in, your socio-economic status, our perception of law enforcement seems to vary based on our differed experiences. While our police forces tend to be more diverse than that of Northern Ireland, they are still not always reflective of the neighborhoods they patrol. (Please note I am not necessarily arguing that they must be; I am simply stating what exists.) In this discussion board, therefore, I would like you to engage in an exchange of dialogue about race, policing and community relations. What are the demographics of your local town/neighborhood? (I am not asking you to look at the census, but just simply comment on what you see.) Would you describe your community as diverse, and along with that, I suppose you need to describe what you perceive as diversity. What is the socio-economic status (if you feel comfortable talking about it) of your community? Furthermore, discuss your perception of police in your neighborhood and in general. How would you characterize your interactions with police in your local community? How much do you think those interactions have affected how you view the issues of law enforcement and community relations in a wider context? President Obama, on his way out of office, opined that we are not as divided as we appear. Do you agree with this statement? Or has the progress since the 1960s been more superficial in nature and we remain deeply segregated and racially divided? I would like for us to engage in dialogue on this topic in a way that allows us to share our viewpoints, whatever they may be. This is controversial in nature, but these are the very topics deserving discussion, and if we cannot do it in an academic setting, then where and when can we? I am very much looking forward to reading your responses.

Question 79 Monograph on Puerto Rico and how it became a commonwealth

i need to use an article that is in Spanish and i need to reference law 600. This monograph needs to be at least 7 pages long. these two questions need to be answered: How was it that the common Wealth of Puerto Rico came to be? Analyze if the U.S. taking Puerto Rico the island any economic gain or development. This monograph needs to be pro Puerto Rico. you may use other sources but must be cited APA

Question 80 Westward Expansion

“American Progress,” John Gast, 1872 During the 19th century, “Manifest Destiny” referred to the widely held belief that Americans were fated to expand beyond the Eastern seaboard and “civilize” the entire North American continent. Do you believe that westward expansion was inevitable due to the young nation’s economic growth and population size, or do you think the concept of manifest destiny was simply a way of masking economic and political motives for expansion and simply a large scale territory grab across North America? Explain the reasons for your interpretation in your post. This is part of a discussion. The assignment is due tomorrow, May 17, 2018, @ 8:00 PM (Eastern Time).

Question 81 U.S. History 1870

Research Essay Assignment DUE Sunday, May 27, 2018. @ 11:00AM (Eastern Time). Your final paper should be 4 pages in length. Your paper should be double-spaced with standard 12 point font and one-inch margins. Your paper should include a title page as well as a bibliography; neither the title page nor the bibliography should be counted towards fulfilling the length requirement. Your paper should include in-text citations in either the MLA or APA format. An excellent guide to citations is available through the Purdue Online Writing Lab. You may choose any topic related to American history in the period from the seventeenth century through Reconstruction. It is very important for you to choose a topic that is contentious or open to debate. For the assignment, you will be asked to consider multiple viewpoints. Your essay should include a thesis statement and evidence to support your thesis statement. A thesis statement is an assertion that you are seeking to prove. A thesis statement must be open to debate and not a simple statement of fact. You are required to use source material to defend your argument or thesis. I would like you to find a minimum of 5 sources related to your topic. These sources should include both primary sources and secondary sources. A primary source is a document written by someone who actually participated in the historic event being discussed. A secondary source is a document written by a scholar or historian with no direct experience of the event discussed. Your sources may be books, articles, or online materials. Also, I ask that you use one source related to your topic from a discipline outside of history. For example, you could use an article from a political science journal, a sociology journal, an economics journal, etc. Many scholars outside of the field of history have valuable insight to offer on historical events. JSTOR, a collection of journal articles available online through Hatch Library, is a very valuable tool for locating sources from a variety of disciplines. For this assignment, it is crucial that you evaluate sources that offer multiple and varied perspectives on your topic. In order to develop a full and well-rounded understanding of any topic, it is crucial to examine varied perspectives. For example, if you were to argue that the Constitution represented a positive and progressive revision of the United States government, it is important to include some evaluation of the opposing viewpoint. You would need to include an analysis of the arguments that were made against the ratification of the Constitution. Your essay should be well written and free of grammatical and spelling errors. Please proofread your essay before submitting it. Evaluate and apply diverse perspectives to complex subjects within the humanities in the face of multiple and even conflicting positions (i.e. cultural, disciplinary, and ethical). Evaluate and synthesize information from multiple sources and draw conclusions by combining examples, facts, or theories from more than one field of study or perspective. Articulate a specific position (perspective, thesis/hypothesis) imaginatively, taking into account the complexities of an issue. Limits are acknowledged. Others’ points of view are synthesized. Fully integrate alternate, divergent, or contradictory perspectives or ideas.

Question82. Comparive Essay

Students, please view the “Submit a Clickable Rubric Assignment” in the Student Center. Instructors, training on how to grade is within the Instructor Center. Assignment 2: Project Paper – Comparative Essay Due Week 7 and worth 200 points This “Assignment 2” writing assignment is a comparative essay focused on topics encountered in our HUM 111 class. The project will be based on research but will reflect your views and interpretation of the topic. This project is designed to help you stretch your mind and your abilities as an organized, innovative, and critical thinker. If approached properly, it should also be fun! Choose one (1) of the topics from the list of topic choices below. Read the topic carefully. Write a three to four (3-4) page paper (750-1,000 words) that follows instructions and covers each part of the topic. (The title page and References list do not get included in this word count). Note: Your instructor may require you to submit your topic choice for approval before the end of Week 5. For the topic you choose: Establish a clear thesis about your topic as part of the introductory paragraph (often the thesis is the last thing one determines after doing the basic research and outline; however it will be placed in the first paragraph of your paper). This is a comparative essay. Comparison approached properly will require some critical thinking on your part. Use a point-by-point approach for the essay. That means, if comparing subject A with subject B, don’t do the first half of the essay on subject A and then the second half on subject B–that will seem like two (2) separate essays and comparisons will tend to get lost. Instead, you should be mentioning both subjects in most of your paragraphs as you compare them throughout the essay. Comparisons will identify similarities as well as contrasts. Do not try to do everything on your two (2) subjects. You should end up narrowing your focus to a few insights and issues about the subjects being compared. And, from those fairly specific points of comparison, you will develop a thesis and glean some lessons. Follow closely the instructions below for your specific topic. Include a concluding paragraph at the end. This paragraph will, in some way, refer back to the thesis established in your first paragraph, since now you have demonstrated and supported it. It may be here that you also include your observations relating your study to the modern workplace or society (see your topic). Try to finish with flair! Use at least three (3) good quality academic sources, with one (1) source being the class text. Note: Wikipedia and other similar Websites do not qualify as academic resources. You are highly encouraged to use the Resource Center tab at the top of your Blackboard page. Topic Choices – Choose just one (1) of the topics below: Qualities of the Hero: Comparing Gilgamesh and Odysseus. Write an essay comparing these two (2) heroic figures from ancient epics of different cultures, especially focusing your analysis on the sources about their encounters with monsters: Gilgamesh encounters the monster guarding the forest, Humbaba, in Tablets 3-5 of the Epic of Gilgamesh (see http://www.ancienttexts.org/library/mesopotamian/gilgamesh/; scroll down to the Tablet links; think of “Tablet” numbers like chapter numbers).” Odysseus encounters Polyphemus the Cyclops in Book 9 of The Odyssey (see http://www.theoi.com/Text/HomerOdyssey9.html; from line 105 to the end). Your paper should: a) Compare Gilgamesh and Odysseus as to their heroic qualities, noting similarities and differences, using specific examples from the epics. b) Summarize what this indicates about differences between ancient Mesopotamian and Greek cultures in their ideals and expectations. c) From this comparison, suggest ways that current cultural ideals and expectations shape modern notions about role models and heroes. Confucius and Aristotle on Virtue. Write an essay comparing these two (2) ancient thinkers on the concept of virtue or good ethical character and conduct. Stay focused on the issue; keep any biographical or other information short or limited. As much as possible, analyze their writings (in translation, of course), using Confucius’ Analects (at http://classics.mit.edu/Confucius/analects.html ) and Aristotle’s Nicomachean Ethics (at http://classics.mit.edu/Aristotle/nicomachaen.html ). Your paper should: a) Compare the teachings of Confucius and Aristotle on what constitutes virtue or good ethical character and conduct, noting similarities and differences in specific ideas or emphasis. b) Consider what your findings suggest about differences between ancient Chinese and ancient Greek culture. c) From this comparison, suggest ideas of virtue that can apply to ethics in a modern setting, such as a diverse workplace. Comparing Sculptures of Ancient India and Greece. Write an essay comparing the way gods and humans were depicted in sculpture in ancient India and Greece, and identify the cultural values and ideals that these art works reflect in each case. Your paper should: a) Using specific examples, compare the way gods and people were depicted in the sculptures of ancient India and Greece, noting similarities and differences. b) Identify the cultural values and ideals that these art works reflect for each society. c) From this comparison, suggest a modern situation of artistic expression and the ways it reflects or counters prevailing cultural values. Comparing Ancient Skeptics. Write an essay comparing Lucretius and Wang Chong (=Wang Ch’ung), skeptical philosophers of ancient Rome and China. They were skeptical about popular religious and spiritual beliefs and widely-held superstitions. Lucretius was an Epicurean philosopher of Roman culture (Chapter 6). Wang Ch’ung was a thinker in ancient Chinese culture (Chapter 7). For Lucretius, focus on Book 5 of his On the Nature of Things as found at http://johnstoniatexts.x10host.com/lucretius/lucretius5html.html (good helpful commentary at the end of this web page). For Wang Ch’ung (=Wang Chong), focus on the segments of his On Spirits as found at https://en.wikisource.org/wiki/Gems_of_Chinese_Literature/Wang_Ch‘ung-On_Spirits . a) Using examples from their writings, compare these two (2) thinkers on their views about specific subjects and on their approach in explaining and expressing their skepticism. b) From this comparison, identify popular beliefs in each culture that seem similar and those that seem different. c) From this comparison, suggest any modern situation in which materialist skeptics confront spiritual and religious beliefs, and comment on the considerations of free expression and cultural respect. Comparing Ancient Male Rulers. Take any two (2) of these rulers and write an essay comparing them: Ramses II, Shihuangdi, Constantine, Ashoka, Pericles, or Charlemagne. Select rulers from different cultures. You may also propose (for approval or not) a ruler not listed. Avoid lengthy quoting or lengthy close paraphrasing from biographical sources. Make it YOUR comparative analysis. Your paper should: a) Compare the two (2) rulers in terms of their situation and methods of rule and their apparent ideals and practices, noting similarities and differences. Use specific examples. b) Consider what your study suggests about the cultures over which they ruled, identifying any similarities and differences between the cultures. c) From this comparison, suggest lessons about different types of effective leadership in the world of modern business and / or modern politics. Comparing Ancient Female Rulers. Compare the Tang Empress Wu Zetian (also known as Empress Wu or as Wu Zhao; ruled China around 690-705 AD) with either the Pharaoh Cleopatra (ruled Egypt around 51-31 BC) or the Pharaoh Hatshepsut (ruled Egypt around 1478-1458 BC). You may also propose (for approval or not) a female ruler not listed. Avoid lengthy quoting or lengthy close paraphrasing from biographical sources. Make it YOUR comparative analysis. Your paper should: a) Compare the two (2) rulers in terms of their situation and ascent to power, their methods of rule, and their achievements and resourcefulness, noting similarities and differences. Use specific examples. b) Consider what your study suggests about the cultures over which they ruled, identifying any similarities and differences between the cultures. c) From this comparison, suggest lessons about different types of effective leadership by a female in the world of modern business and / or modern politics. Other topic choice using a comparative approach (proposed by student or instructor) and approved by the professor and supported by the grading rubric. The Project Paper will be graded on: The level to which the instructions were followed for the paper generally and for the specific topic. The establishment of a clear thesis about your topic. The adequacy and relevance of information, examples, and details which support the general thesis. Covering each part of the topic as instructed, including the comparisons, the consideration of ancient cultural differences, and the reflection on lessons for modern society or the modern workplace. The quality of your research and your persuasiveness using critical reasoning. The use and acknowledgement of a minimum of three (3) required references (the class textbook plus at least two (2) other quality academic sources) documented using the APA style –including both the use of a proper References list and the use of proper in-text citations. Adherence to standard rules of grammar, punctuation, paragraphing, and mechanics, and general clarity of presentation. Your assignment must follow these formatting requirements: Be typed, double spaced, using Times New Roman font (size 12), with one-inch margins on all sides. Both in-text citations and a References list are required. Citations and references must follow APA style format. Check with your professor for any additional instructions specific to the selected topic. (Note: Students can find APA style materials located in the course shell for guidance). Include a cover page containing the title of the assignment, the student’s name, the professor’s name, the course title, and the date. The cover page and the reference page are not included in the required page length. For our purposes, you may omit any abstract page. The specific course learning outcomes associated with this assignment are: Explain how key social, cultural, and artistic contributions contribute to historical changes. Explain the importance of situating a society’s cultural and artistic expressions within a historical context. Examine the influences of intellectual, religious, political, and socio-economic forces on social, cultural, and artistic expressions. Identify major historical developments in world cultures during the eras of antiquity to the Renaissance. Use technology and information resources to research issues in the study of world cultures. Write clearly and concisely about world cultures using proper writing mechanics. Click here to view the grading rubric.

Question 83 Who controls or who has the final say in what is said and how it is said about a deceased person

Who controls or who has the final say in what is said and how it is said about a deceased person? Angelou’s criticisms resulted in a multi-million-dollar revision on the sculpture–which was completed in 2013. Isn’t the point of memory and history that everyone has a right to express what a person means to them? What about in the instance of a public monument like the MLK Monument on the Mall in Washington D.C.?

Question 84 The American victory in the Revolutionary War

The American victory in the Revolutionary War created a new nation whose founding fathers hoped would be a model of republican democracy unmatched in the history of the world. The men tasked with developing the government system and governing documents for this new nation recognized the incredible potential for positive growth, with a flourishing economy, overseen by a well-educated and well-intentioned citizenry. However, most of the founders believed that in order to be successful, such a country must be governed by men of high character with certain civic virtues who would put the good of the nation above their own individual desires or interests. For this discussion board, please first read the excerpts and quotes provided in the document “Discussion Board 2 Primary Documents.” These documents were written by some of our nation’s founding fathers and great thinkers before, during, and after the revolutionary period. Consider the virtues of civic and personal responsibility that these men are espousing in these excerpts/quotes and post to the discussion board, what virtue espoused in the documents you consider to be the most important in today’s society and why. doc attached.

Question 85 A Modern Day Sir Thomas More

the assignment is to pretend you are a modern Sir Thomas More in the United States of America. Just as Sir Thomas More highlighted problems with European societies in Book I of Utopia, you are to discuss current problems with American society today. Remember that More discussed unfair punishment for crime, a corrupt socio-economic system, the greediness of kings, and distrust in technology. He also closely analyzed the corruption of advisors to the king. These were all significant problems in sixteenth century England. What are the significant problems in twenty-first century America? Just as More used fiction to convey his ideas, you will be writing a short fiction script to depict the significant issues of society in the twenty-first century. Do not merely list several problems with American society. Pick two or three problems as a focus and then add details through setting, stage direction and dialogue that fully explain why these things are problems. Talk about who has created the problems and who is affected by them. Discuss how people are affected by these significant problems.

Question86 US HistoryII

Choose from one of the topics below and analyze its history from 1877 to the present. TOPIC IS WOMEN IN HISTORY Select four specific events or developments that span the years covered by this course, based on their impact on the topic. Two of the events must be from before 1945 and two events must be from after 1945. You must assess how the events in relationship to the topic changed over time and explain how the changes occurred. Please refer back to your Week 3 Assignment, consider your instructor’s comments and make any necessary revisions. Write an introduction with a thesis. Your thesis should summarize the main conclusions that you discovered while researching your topic and that you will support with a logical argument based on evidence (sources). Please refer back to your Week 3 Assignment, consider your instructor’s comments, and make any necessary revisions to your thesis statement. Connect each of the events or developments you have chosen back to your main thesis. The information presented must be organized and in chronological order. You must use at least four sourcesPreview the document in your paper other than the textbook, with at least two primary sourcesPreview the document and at least two secondary sourcesPreview the document.

Question87 emile book by jean jacques rousseau

The first will be a 5 page book review/précis of a work relevant to the Scientific Revolution, the Enlightenment, or French Revolution periods. I will give a list of suggested readings first class and all book choices must be approved by me by second class. Your book review report should be double spaced, using 10-12 point New Times Roman, Ariel, or Courier font, in black text only. Page setup should be 1″ margins all around and pages should be numbered at top right corner starting with page 2. Do not use a title page or any type of folder, but only your title (see below) centered top of first page with your name in the top right hand corner. Papers should be stapled in the top left hand corner. You will be graded on proper formatting. For your book review, head your paper with the proper bibliographic documentation of the book you are reviewing. When quoting directly from your book, use quotation marks followed by parenthetical reference of page # only. You should not need outside documentation for this assignment, so a bibliography or works cited list is not needed or desired.report should be headed center top of first page with the proper documentation of the article you are reporting on. If you use other sources, you must include a bibliography or works cited list on a separate page at the end of your paper. Note: You may use either APA, MLA, or Chicago/Turabian style documentation for your papers. You should refer to the style manuals of the respective documentation styles, or to a reputable website. You will be graded on proper documentation. Whichever style you chose, please be consistent and use it exclusively throughout your paper

Question 88 history assignment

I have to write 5 paragraphs that are composed of 5-8 sentences in each paragraph with proper citations, references, and style/grammar. For each set of questions asked there needs to be 5 paragraphs based on the articles given. So with that there is a total of 10 paragraphs but 5 paragraphs per set of questions. each set of questions only has about two or so questions. It has to be in MLA format as well. I need this by 7/5/18 at 8:00AM pacific time zone

Question 89 Us history

I have to write 5 paragraphs that are composed of 5-8 sentences in each paragraph with proper citations, references, and style/grammar. For each set of questions asked there needs to be 5 paragraphs based on the articles given. So with that there is a total of 10 paragraphs but 5 paragraphs per set of questions. each set of questions only has about two or so questions. It has to be in MLA format as well. I need this by 7/12/18 at 8:00AM pacific time zone

Question 90 Did the Vietnam War affect America

Narration Script Task Narration Script – To prepare for the documentary, you must submit a narration script for the voice-over portion of your documentary. This narration script should “tell the story” of your topic in a way that is both informative and entertaining. Formatting: You can format your narration script as you would an essay or paper. There is no need to add direction or other notes; just write out what you will read/say during the documentary. Length: The narration script should be long enough to help you create a documentary that is 5-8 minutes in length. While this will depend on your speaking/reading style, the general rule of thumb is that a full page of double-spaced text take 2-2.5 minutes to read. So your narration script will be 3-4 pages (double spaced), or about 700-900 words Citation: The narration script should be cited and formatted according to the Chicago Manual of Style, including Title Page In-text citations (footnotes or endnotes) that indicate where you got your information Bibliography of sources used (does not need to be annotated) Essay format please: Use the attach citations along with 2 more

Question91 Research Volunteerism

INSTRUCTION-WEEK 4 Pre-Assignment: As soon as possible, identify a problem related to the recruitment of volunteers. Find literature related to the identified problem—at least 8 studies. Diagnose a gap in the literature (a problem that has yet to be researched) that will drive your recommendations in your paper this week. For this assignment, use the literature from your research to write a paper with a topic statement, problem statement, and conclusions. This paper should be structured as follows: 1. Thesis statement – This is the introduction statement, not to be confused with an abstract. Do not include an abstract. 2. Problem statement 3. Literature analysis 4. Recommendations Length: 10–12 pages, not including the title and reference pages References: Minimum of eight scholarly resources. Your paper should demonstrate thoughtful consideration of the ideas and concepts presented in the course by providing new thoughts and insights relating directly to this topic. Your paper should reflect scholarly writing and current APA standards. https://onlinelibrary-wiley-com.proxy1.ncu.edu/doi/full/10.1002/jcop.21530

Question92 Cellphones and Empathy: Responsive Writing and Discussion

Read psychologist Sherry Turkle’s essay, “Stop Googling. Let’s Talk (Links to an external site.)” in which she discusses the evolution of face-to-face conversations over the years. She argues that this essential human skills has been lost in today’s world because of technology. Write a well-developed response to the following questions and use at least one quote from Turkle’s essay “Stop Googling. Let’s Talk (https://www.nytimes.com/2015/09/27/opinion/sunday/stop-googling-lets-talk.html?smid=tw-share)” in your response: How do the interactions Turkle describes compare to your own relationships with family and friends? How does technology affect your learning at school? Do students need mobile phones during class? Why, why not? Can a cellphone reduce the amount of empathy we feel for each other?

Question 93 Creating a Spread Sheet for a Grant Proposal

Week Two Assignment #1- Creating a Spreadsheet for a Grant Proposal Software/WebTools Grant Budget and Proposal (This assignment fulfills these NETS-T, InTASC, and CCTC Standards) SCENARIO: Your school has been awarded a Department of Education Enhancing Education through Technology grant. A portion of the grant money will go specifically to purchase instructional software or online web tools. The teachers with the best grant proposals will receive $10,000 to purchase these materials/licenses for their classrooms. The grant proposal must contain an Excel spreadsheet which lists the software and costs, a written proposal that explains what software would be purchased, why it was chosen and how it would enhance and support learning in your classroom Assignment Instructions This is a two-part assignment: You will use Microsoft Excel to create a budget spreadsheet for the software you want for your classroom within the $10,000 budget. You will use Microsoft Word to write a 1-2 page software proposal that explains what software would be purchased, why it was chosen and how it would enhance and support learning in your classroom. Compile a Software/Online Webtools List Using your textbook and online resources, compile a list of instructional software that you want for your classroom. You must choose software from all three main categories below, but you don’t have to choose software from all of the bullet-pointed sub-categories. Page numbers provide examples of the software types, but you may need to do online research to find more examples in each category. 1. Instructional Software (Chapter 3) drill & practice (pages 79-83) tutorial (pages 83-86) simulations (pages 87-92) instructional games (pages 92-96) problem-solving (pages 96-100) personal learning systems (pages 101-102) 2. Basic Software Suites (Chapter 4) Word processors (pages 112-120) Spreadsheets (pages 121-125) Presentation (pages 125-134) 3. Beyond the Basics (Chapter 5) Materials generators (pages 143-149) Data collection and analysis tools (pages 149-156) Graphics tools (pages 156-160) Planning and organizing tools (pages 160-162) Research and reference tools (pages 162-163) Content-area tools (pages 163-167) Proposal Letter Use Microsoft Word to write a 1-2 page proposal in business letter format to your school principal that includes: The list of chosen software and their categories Explanation of why the software was chosen. Explanation of how the software will enhance and support learning in the classroom. Include brief examples of learning activities that would use the software. ISTE NETS for Students (NETS-S) standards that the software will enable your students to achieve. ISTE NETS for Teachers (NETS-T) standards that you will achieve by using the software for productivity or student learning. Use this Sample Template for Proposal Letter Sample Template for Proposal Letter – Alternative Formats Excel Spreadsheet You will create an Excel spreadsheet budget that lists your chosen software or application (for IOS, Droid or other system), the vendor, the category of software (see items 1-3 above) and the prices. If the software will be used on more than one computer in your classroom, the price should include one copy of the software and then site licenses for the other computers that will use it. Note that many software companies provide educational pricing. List software by the main three categories and then by sub-category, so the type of software is evident. Subtotal the category sections. Demonstrate the use of the SUM function to total rows or columns and section subtotals, and use the Multiply (product) function to multiply more than one of the same item (such as site licenses). Insert lines in your spreadsheet (the gray gridlines will not print lines when the spreadsheet is printed out, so you have to add the lines). Excel Spreadsheet Sample Click for more options Excel Spreadsheet Sample – Alternative Formats IMPORTANT NOTE! You must submit your Word document (proposal) AND your Excel spreadsheet files in ONE attempt. They cannot be submitted in separate attempts. Submit the original Excel spreadsheet file–do not PDF it or copy it into a Word document. If you use a Mac, convert your files into Microsoft Office Word (.doc or .docx) and Excel (.xls or .xlsx) files. The gradebook cannot open or display Mac files

Question 94 Accepted Accounting Principles

This is a small discussion post What does Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) mean? In the process of setting accounting standards, the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB), the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), and the International Accounting Standard Board (IASB) are confronted with certain issues. What are the issues confronting FASB, SEC, and IASB in the standard-setting process for GAAP? Do you think these issues can be resolved? If so, what measures would you propose to resolve the issues? In addition, please identify at least two concepts that you found particularly confusing in this week’s material. Why did you find this material confusing?

Question 95 Create a Newsletter

Class Newsletter Announcing You Won the Grant (This assignment fulfills these NETS-T, InTASC, and CCTC Standards) In this assignment, you will use a Microsoft Word newsletter template to create a class newsletter to your students’ parents. If you are not yet teaching, assume that you are teaching your preferred grade level. In this scenario, you (the teacher) have won the $10,000 software grant (Week 3 Assignment 1). You will explain to the parents what software will be purchased and how it will be used in the class. Include the following topics: 1. Introduction (announcement that your class won the software grant) 2. List the software that will be in your classroom (put in the same categories as the grant). 3. Explain how the software will be used in your classroom. 4. Explain how the software will enhance learning. 5. Explain ISTE NETS-S for Students and explain which standards the students will be able to work toward or achieve by using this new software in class. Note: Any graphics used in the newsletter must be cited with an APA Figure caption underneath the image and listed in a Reference list. Newsletters are meant to be formatted using columns and featured articles. To ensure you are formatting the newsletter correctly, you may want to use a template below. To access Microsoft Word’s template files, see the following tutorials. Remember that you must use a NEWSLETTER template of your choice. Where do I find Templates (2013, 2016)? Some Graphic Design Principles Do not put title, subtitles or text in ALL CAPITAL letters. All caps are harder for the eye to read. Do not put any text, titles or subtitles in italics font. Italics are harder for the eye to read. Save italics for items that require them, such as book titles. Do not center sentences, paragraphs or bulleted items. Centered text is harder for the eye to read. Centering titles and subtitles is fine. If you place text in a colored background, make sure that it is visible. For example, black font in a dark blue background cannot be seen well. Make the font a lighter color in those areas. Use short paragraphs and bulleted lists. People will not wade through large chunks of text. Do not underline titles or subtitles. Put them in bold-face for APA style. DO NOT use the following text-background color combinations because they create optical problems for the eyes, so they are very hard to read. red text over blue background red text over green background green text over blue background green text over red background blue text over red background blue text over green background

Question 96 Social Work

access a journal article on the subject matter of Cultural Competence, Understanding and Constructively using Diversity. Locating at least one article on this subject will get you through this first discussion forum and provide foundational information on the meaning of cultural competence and its importance in all walks of life. Be sure to also access the NASW Standards for Cultural Competence in Social Work for inclusion of this week’s discussion. For your convenience, you may access the web link resource here: http://catholiccharitiesla.org/wp-content/uploads/NASW-Cultural-Competence-in-Social-Work-Practice.pdf Post in this discussion thread what you learned from your course readings.

Question 97 Research Trajectory

Provide a post and provide a substantiated response post to one other student in the forum: What is your research trajectory? (you can’t say none here, you must identify an area of interest, briefly explain your research hypothesis and plans of how you can apply this into practice settings as well as how you will incorporate this into your future work as an advanced practice nurse?)

Question98 Health promotion

Explain the effect of the definitions of health, health education and health promotion on the practice of a master’s prepared nurse Instructions : • Support initial posting with two professional peer-reviewed scholarly journal references properly cited in American Psychological Association (APA) forma

Question99 New Testament response paper

The final is a 4 page, researched response paper to three essay questions(see below). In the paper, you will need to integrate information gained from all previous assignments. Utilize and reference at least six biblical references, properly citing Scripture in APA format. Use at least four academic references to support your response. • Drawing on the entire New Testament, make a list of five names and titles used to identify Jesus. Discuss the meaning of each name or title, the person(s) using it, and the place in the New Testament where you found the usage. Discuss how the title helped to explain some aspect of Jesus’ character or role and why that would be attractive to the audience of the writer. After you finish doing this, choose two names or titles that you find to be most helpful or impactful to you. Explain why you chose these names or titles and what significance they have to you personally. • Having studied and read about the expansion of the early Christian church and movement, discuss the factors (personal, religious, political, etc.) which contributed to its spread. What are the most important factors that you have discovered throughout this study? Do not just list, but explain why you chose the people, events, or cultural issues that helped Christianity spread through the Roman world. • Explain why the Johannine literature is important to a student of the New Testament.

Question100. Evaluate theoretical healthcare principles relative to the research problem

In this unit, you will evaluate theoretical healthcare principles relative to the research problem. You will accomplish this by completing the Unit 3 Background Template which includes the finalized sections previously submitted in the Unit 1 Proposal Template (excluding the Project Work Plan). A minimum of five scholarly, academic, or peer-reviewed references are required in this section. The Unit 3 Background Template includes the following elements: •Introduction (½ page) •General problem statement (1 page) •Specific problem statement (1 page) •Purpose statement (1 page) •Research questions (¼ page) •Reference list (1 page)


Question 101 Three Polarized Cities

Paper I. (at least 850 words, approx. 2 pages) Background to three cities. Discuss three polarized cities and, for each, describe the main antagonists. Why the conflict? Background to urban setting (demographics, governance, other factors). Because you have limited space, I recommend you focus on your three cities specifically and directly. No need for overall introduction or conclusion to paper. You can also go over 850 words, if need be.

Question 102 Evaluation discussions

Prior to beginning work on this discussion, read the Rammstedt, Kemper, & Borg (2013) and Rodrigues, & Rebelo (2013) articles for this week, and review Chapters 7 through 9 in your textbook. For this discussion, you will be taking on the role of the career counselor in a university. In this role, you will facilitate the evaluation of a student based on a five-factor personality assessment, career goals questionnaire, school and work history, and an interview with the student to make recommendations on his potential career paths. Carefully review the PSY615: Week four career counselor-based scenario. In your initial post, evaluate the personality assessment instrument used in the scenario and research a peer-reviewed article in the University Library on this personality assessment. Using the required articles as well as your researched article to support your statements, describe the standard use of this personality assessment. Based on the scenario, evaluate the reliability, validity, and cultural considerations inherent to the personality assessment used and comment on the relevance of these elements within the scenario. Recommend at least one additional best- and worst-fit work situation for the student based on your evaluation of the personality assessment’s accuracy. Analyze and describe some of the potential ethical issues which might arise from the use of this personality assessment in the given scenario. Provide information from your research on the use of the personality measure, and assess the value of other possible instruments that could be added to create a more complete assessment of the student in the scenario.

Question 103 Educational Website Activity

Week Three Discussion Educational Website Activity Choose one educational website in Chapter 7 (pages 219-228)–or locate an educational website program online that fits in these categories–and explain how you could use it in your classroom for a web-based learning activity. Include: The name of the educational website and page number in textbook (or URL). Describe what the website does. A brief explanation of the web-based learning activity. This must be your OWN, ORIGINAL idea for how to use this website. A brief explanation of how the educational website enhances learning.

Question 104 Dietary Considerations Action Plan

Prior to beginning work on this discussion, read in your course text Chapter 4, Menu Planning, and Trevor’s Enrollment Form. You have just discovered that Trevor, a 7-year-old boy in your after-school program, has a severe food allergy. For this discussion, you will explain what you would do before menu planning to ensure Trevor’s safety. You will also offer alternatives to the menu items. In your initial post, Create an action plan based on the information shared on the form. Explain what you would need to do before creating Trevor’s menu. Discuss how you would proceed before menu planning. Suggest alternatives to the following menu items: 6 oz low-fat milk Peanut butter (1.5 tbs) on a half slice of whole-grain bread 3 oz blueberry-flavored yogurt 1/2 C strawberry slices 1/2 C steamed green beans

Question 105 Everyday Bible Study

After reading the assigned chapters in Everyday Bible Study (Chapters 1-5), identify the following items: Squares: 4 ideas that, in general, square (fit) with your thinkingTriangles: 3 angles you have never considered beforeCircles: 2 questions that are circling in your mindHearts: 1 idea that you loved. Once you have identified these 10 items, list and explain them in a thread. Your full thread should contain at least one quote from Everyday Bible Study to support the thoughts and ideas you are presenting. Your thread should be at least 400 words in length. For an example of this type of thread, please see the provided example in the Course Content folder.

Question 106 Web Assignment

The purpose of this assignment is for you to identify the basic principles of marketing. First, locate two commercials by Coca-Cola that are available on your favorite video-hosting website (i.e., YouTube). Insert the links to each video in the table below. Then, view each commercial while considering the questions in the table, and complete the table by answering the questions as they pertain to each commercial. Finally, save all of your work to this template and submit it in Blackboard for grading.

Question 107 What it means to be American

For this assignment, I want you to write and post a short paragraph of about 300 words explaining what you think it means to be an American. How do Americans define themselves? What ideals do Americans express as uniquely American? What is the quintessential American male? American female? What myths or stories do you recognize or remember as being part of an American identity? These are only some of the questions that you can answer in this post. Be creative. I want you to explain why you believe the way that you do, and what that means to you. Give examples where appropriate. After that initial response, I would like you to post a reply to two (2) of your classmates’ post. These need to be NO LESS than 50 words apiece. You should stay away from simple agreement in your replies, and focus more on explaining what you liked or disliked about the answer. You should try to make a comment that shows depth of analysis. Make sure to be specific. Using DIRECT QUOTES will help the reader understand exactly to what you are responding. If you don’t know what I mean by using a DIRECT QUOTE, you can use the following link to find directions: using direct quotes.

Question 108 Copyright Infographic

Week Three Assignment#1 – Copyright Infographic Copyright and Fair Use Infographic (This assignment fulfills these NETS-T, InTASC, and CCTC Standards) In this assignment, you will create an Infographic using a template or a program of your choice. The audience for your Infographic will be students, teachers and parents. The purpose is to provide a brief overview of Fair Use guidelines for the classroom. Your Infographic must cover the following topics: Brief definition of copyright law and what it protects. Brief definition of Fair Use and what it allows. Brief but specific list of what teachers can use under the Fair Use law. Be sure to include the Internet and multimedia in your list. Brief but specific list of what students can use under the Fair Use law. Be sure to include the Internet and multimedia in your list. Sources must be cited with APA in-text citations, and reference list should be included. How to Create An Infographic Exploiting Infographics for Digital Literacy and Critical Thinking by Nik Peachey After you have read the article, you will be preparing to create your own Infographic. Part of the challenge (the fun) of deciding what to design is deciding what to design. Is there a procedure that you need to explain again and again that a visual diagram could help solve? (IMPORTANT NOTE: Although the article mentions that a wordle is an infographic, DO NOT do a wordle for this assignment.) As you plan out your design, ask and answer questions like: Which information, facts, and data are essential to include? Which aren’t? What colors and layout works best in sharing the information? What graphs and graphics best convey information and data to the viewer? What is the order, or flow, of information? You may want to take a moment to look back at samples and discuss how various Infographics are structured. Since the point of an infographic is to transfer knowledge and information quickly, the final poster (Infographic) should be informative, simple, engaging, and design-friendly. You may use the Powerpoint Template below or find your own template online. Start_Here_10_Infographic_Templates.ppt Pictochart Venngage 13 Incredible Tools for Creating Infographics Note: These websites might offer a trial period, but they may not allow you to download or print your infographic unless you pay for the service. Do not pay unless you want to continue to use this service on your own. Read the trial information carefully because you must submit the actual infographic document in the gradebook. You cannot submit a link to it, which might be the only option the trial allows. Infographic Resources Kathy Schrock’s Guide to Infographics STEM Infographic Assessment of Your Infographic Some Graphic Design Principles Do not put title, subtitles or text in ALL CAPITAL letters. All caps are harder for the eye to read. Do not put any text, titles or subtitles in italics font. Italics are harder for the eye to read. Save italics for items that require them, such as book titles. Do not center sentences, paragraphs or bulleted items. Centered text is harder for the eye to read. Centering titles and subtitles is fine. If you place text in a colored background, make sure that it is visible. For example, black font in a dark blue background cannot be seen well. Make the font a lighter color in those areas. Use short paragraphs and bulleted lists. People will not wade through large chunks of text. Do not underline titles or subtitles. Put them in bold-face for APA style. DO NOT use the following text-background color combinations because they create optical problems for the eyes, so they are very hard to read. red text over blue background red text over green background green text over blue background green text over red background blue text over red background blue text over green background Helpful Resources Use the following links as starting points, but feel free to find other sources and post the links on the discussion board. The Educator’s Guide to Copyright and Fair Use Stanford Copyright and Fair Use Center Copyright, Fair Use, Intellectual Property for Educators U.S Copyright Office: Copyright Basics Copyright and Fair Use Analysis Tool The “Fair Use” Rule: When Use of Copyrighted Material is Acceptable Copyright and Fair Use for Students Can I Use This Photo on Social Media. Understanding Image Copyright

Question 109 Slaves Narratives

This assignment requires you to think critically about slavery and slave life. Make sure you have watched the documentary included below and investigated all the resources included in Chapter 12 both on the summary page in Module 3 and your primary source reader. All the documentary narratives can be read online from the Library of Congress at this link. (http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/collections/voices/index.html and https://www.loc.gov/collections/slave-narratives-from-the-federal-writers-project-1936-to-1938/about-this-collection/) and there are other online sources you can find. Watch the documentary, do your research, and then answer all the questions on the attached worksheet that you can download here. This is worth 100 points. All worksheets submitted must be typed. All your sources must be cited. Citations are required. You will then upload your completed God in America worksheet assignment as an attachment in the Assignments tool. YouTube – https://youtu.be/F2oqbab4VzQ

Question 110 Humanities architecture

Visit the Met Archive at: http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/hd/grarc/hd_grarc.htm (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. Produce a two-page reflection assignment (see description below) For your reflection assignment for this week, please select one primary example from the archive and address the following in a two-page reflection assignment: Describe the example you have selected and provide the specific URL and the image Explain the origins and context of the example Include examples from the textbook this week that help develop your analysis of the work and its context Provide a link to a contemporary architecture work to help discuss the influence that ancient Greece continues to have on contemporary cultural patterns

Question 111 What triumphs did the late nineteenth century witness in the realms of industrial growth, urbanization, and technological innovation

Answer two discussion questions. 4-5 sentences DISCUSSION QUESTION CHOICES CHOICE 1: What triumphs did the late nineteenth century witness in the realms of industrial growth, urbanization, and technological innovation? What challenges did these developments pose for urban dwellers, workers, and recent immigrants? How did city officials and everyday citizens respond to these challenges? CHOICE 2: What were the effects of urbanization on the working, middle, and elite classes of American society? Conversely, how did the different social classes and their activities change the scope, character, and use of urban spaces? CHOICE 3: How do you think that different classes of city dwellers would have viewed the City Beautiful movement? What potential benefits and drawbacks of this new direction in urban planning might members of each class have cited? CHOICE 4: With farmers still representing a significant segment of American society, why did government officials—Democrats and Republicans alike—prove unwilling to help find solutions to farmers’ problems? CHOICE 5: Describe the multiple groups and leaders that emerged in the fight for the Progressive agenda, including women’s rights, African American rights, and workers’ rights. How were the philosophies, agendas, strategies, and approaches of these leaders and organizations similar and different? What made it difficult for all Progressive activists to present a united front? CHOICE 6: What vestiges of Progressivism can we see in our modern lives—politically, economically, and socially? Which of our present-day political processes, laws, institutions, and attitudes have roots in this era? Why have they had such staying power?

Question 112 History Forum

Attached is the prompt for your fourth discussion forum. Posts are to be derived directly from the week four course readings and be a length of three to four paragraphs. You do not need a work cited page but are to use in text citation. Prompt: Examining all of the documents presented in this week’s course content, how did many American colonists move away from the viewpoint as seeing themselves as subjects of the British Crown to later as citizens of an independent nation that renounced Great Britain? In your response explain why this transition happened. Procedure: Explore equally the background and effect of the following documents: Franklin, Adams, Tudor, and Preston. Examine the debate that Adams and Franklin present. What is their argument? How was the Boston Massacre interpreted by American and British audiences? What contrast is their between the statement by Tudor and Captain Preston? What was the outcome of this court case and how did it affect the attitude of many Americans living in the colonies? Take your time with these sources and remember to reference the textbook as needed.

Question 113 Read and Summarize

For EACH of the following topics write a summary, describing the important events, people, documents, that define the time period discussed in the assigned reading. Each topic summary should be thorough and should be at least a page in length. Compile and submit all the summaries in a SINGLE Microsoft Word Document (*.doc or *.docx), formatted as follows: Times New Roman, 12-point font, double spaced. The purpose of the chapter summaries is to ensure that you become acquainted with the important topics in each chapter, and to provide notes for reviewing for the quizzes and exams.

Question 114 Critical thinking questions

You will answer the questions provided below in a short paragraph consisting of at least 6-8 sentences. Answer each part of the question, make sure to elaborate on your ideas and not just provide a short response . Student Learning Outcome(s): 1.Explain the origin and development of constitutional democracy in the United States. 2.Demonstrate knowledge of the federal system. 3.Describe separation of powers and checks and balances in both theory and practice. Core Objective(s): Critical Thinking Written Communication 1.Describe and analyze the conflicts and compromises that occurred during the drafting of the Constitution. What was the main source of conflict between large and small states, and how did the Great Compromise resolve it? What was the nature of the conflict regarding slavery during the Philadelphia convention? How did the Three-Fifths Compromise address this conflict? 2.The framers clearly envisioned a smaller role for the national government than what is presently the case. How have society and technology changed to allow or require greater national government control over the states? 3.The separation of powers & federalism are two key features of the Constitution. Discuss why the Founders chose to include these institutional arrangements in the Constitution and how they function. In your answer, be sure to define what is meant by the separation of powers and federalism and to describe how each functions in the American political system.

Question 115 how the Heroic Age Greek world operates

Hello It’s a discussion post and I want it in an hour and it is very short. This is the instruction from the professor. This question comes from the Iliad PDF. This reading selection from Books XV, XXIII, and XXIV of the Iliad gives us a window into the Homeric understanding of human responsibility and also paints a picture of how the Heroic Age Greek world operates. In your initial post, address how Achilles deals with responsibility and the consequences of his actions. Also, make a statement commenting upon what type of world Homer has created, and how good or bad life tends to be for kings/warriors (e.g. – Agamemnon, Achilles, Odysseus (Ulysses), etc.) and women – consider how these values translated into the reality of actual Greek society. Once you have made your initial post, comment on the posts of two of your classmates. I attached the reading.

Question 116 Iran Contra affair and US foriegn policy

Need a 15-20 page Historiographical research paper with 10 Primary and 8 secondary sources annotated bibliography due by the 2nd of October the paper is not due until the 22nd of October. I need the book The Iran Contra connection that you are doing the book review on included as a source. He gave us a copy of the American Revolution:moderate or radical as an example if that helps any

Question 117 Critical Thinking Research

This is A critical thinking paper. I have attach many instructions and also THE QUESTIONS THAT NEED TO BE ANSWERED PLEASE FOLLOW THOSE INSTRUCTION PLEASE AND THANK YOU NO COPY AND PASTE, NO PLAGIARISM IF YOU HAVE PLEASE LET ME KNOW Everything must be in your OWN WORDS this is a critical thinking type of thing everything in the instructions

Question 118 The Mongolian Empire

Produce a primary-source compilation and analysis. You will compile from the internet a set of 4 primary sources which shed light on the theme you and your teammate have chosen. These sources can be documents, images, or artifacts (such as objects on display at museums). At least 75% of the sources/artifacts, etc., will come from digitized state archives, museums, or libraries. This will get you engaged with high-quality sites. After having chosen your primary sources, you are to write a Sources Introduction document for the sources. The Sources Introduction analyses each source and includes two to three discussion questions as well. The Sources Introduction should center on providing the historical context for each primary source as well as analysis on how the Source can be interpreted to add to our understanding of the larger historical theme. Historical context should blend information gleaned from assigned course readings as well as information provided by the Source’s host institution. Number of sources used: minimum of 4 Types of sources: written documents, images, and/or objects from the time period being studied. Restrictions: 75% of your sources must come from digitized state or national archives, museums, or libraries. No sources already presented in the textbook may be used. Citation: cite sources according to Chicago-Style citation. You can use The Chicago Manual of Style Online for reference.

Question 119 TWO HISTORY

Pick two questions and answer them 5-6 sentence (paragraph) CHOICE 1: What specific forces or interests transformed the relationship between the United States and the rest of the world between 1865 and 1890? CHOICE 2: What factors conspired to propel the United States to emerge as a military and economic powerhouse prior to World War II? CHOICE 3: What role did propaganda play in World War I? How might the absence of propaganda have changed the circumstances or the outcome of the war? CHOICE 4: Explain how the 1920s was a decade of contradictions. What does the relationship between mass immigration and the rise of the Second Ku Klux Klan tell us about American attitudes? How might we reconcile the decade as the period of both the flapper and prohibition? CHOICE 5: What new opportunities did the 1920s provide for women and African Americans? What new limitations did this era impose? CHOICE 6: Explain how technology took American culture in new and different directions. What role did motion pictures and radio play in shaping cultural attitudes in the United States?

Question 120 Historical Challenge: Anti-Suffragists

Materials: • Recommended: Iron Jawed Angels (HBO films) • Anti-Suffragists DOCUMENTS A_B_C.pdf • ANSWER SHEET Anti-Suffragists .rtf INSTRUCTIONS 1. VIEW: I recommend viewing Iron Jawed Angels (HBO films) before this lesson, beginning at 1:12:23 (when Wilson announces U.S. entrance into WWI) through 1:19:40 (when the suffragettes are sentenced to jail). However, the movie is NOT essential to the lesson. THINK ABOUT: According to the movie, Iron Jawed Angels, why did so many people oppose woman suffrage? Can’t view the movie? THINK ABOUT: Why did so many people oppose women’s suffrage (the right for women to vote)? 2. The Declaration of Sentiments, Seneca Falls Conference, 1848 _ORIGINAL_.doc and/or LISTEN TO The Declaration of Sentiments from 1848. The Declaration of Sentiments spoke about what life was like for women in the mid-19th century. By the beginning of the 1900s, many women were going to college, and many women, especially on the East Coast, were politically involved in Progressive causes—helping urban poor, Settlement Houses, temperance, muckraking, etc. Still, many people continued to oppose woman suffrage. For this Historical Challenge we’re going to ask: Why did people, including women, oppose woman suffrage? 3. ASSIGNMENT – Download, save, and complete the ANSWER SHEET Anti-Suffragists .rtf and Submit. Your responses must be typed up in this Answer Sheet and submitted via the assignment link. Read Anti-Suffragists DOCUMENTS A_B_C.pdf and complete the Graphic Organizer table and respond to each of the Reflect and Respond Questions.

Question 121 Herodotus’s descriptions of the Spartan contingent

. this is the question. This discussion topic comes from Herodotus’s History reading. First, mention some of Herodotus’s descriptions of the Spartan contingent – what are the Spartans like (look to the descriptions given by Demaratus and Artabanus, but consider more than just their warrior nature)? Then, theorize on a potential cultural downside to the overwhelming focus upon their military. Then, consider whether or not Herodotus is biased in favor of the Greeks, and explain how Herodotus’s account of the Persian Wars differs from Homer’s “account” of the Trojan Wars – how did Greek thinking/writing shift from Homer’s time to Herodotus’s?

Question 122

 

Support your opinion: could the Civil War have been avoided? After reading this unit’s materials, be sure to include the influence of at least one cultural, political, economic, or social movement on whether or not the Civil War was avoidable. Your response must be at least 200 words in length.

Question 123 Robert McNamara

Book Review: A fully complete and well thought out book report is worth 100 points. Book reports should be 3-5 pages long. You may only choose one of the following books. If you turn in a report on a book not on this list, it will not be graded. If you plagiarize, you will lose points from this assignment. Of course, you must use standard font, font size, and spacing. In the book report, you should address several items: 1) the author’s thesis, 2) a summary of the book, 3) your own reactions to the book and 4) how you think the book fits in with the class.

Question 124 Turner’s Thesis

please follow the instructions. please go through the attached documents very carefully and please tell me you understand all. the requirement folder has all the requisites of the assignment. and the second attached folder is the link for the document that needs to be read

Question 125 History of Policing Paper

This summary allows students to research information on the history of policing in the United States. Students must focus on law enforcement and nothing else. This assignment is five (5) pages. This does not include the cover page. Students can use the internet search engines (Google, Yahoo, Bing, etc.) to examine the historical aspects of policing (beginning with the slave patrols) by utilizing newspaper articles, books, and/or peer-reviewed journal articles. Five (5) sources are required for this assignment. Furthermore, students are required to include Sir Robert Peel’s Nine Principles of policing. Students should ask themselves, “Are Peel’s principles being used today? If so, which ones and how in relation to citizen contacts, etc. Five sources are required to complete this assignment. Requirements: Double-spaced with 12-point font, APA format. The professor will deduct points if student fails to submit five full pages.

The Great War of 1914-1919 was a nearly global conflagration that included all the major powers of Europe, their colonies, and overseas allies. The immediate provocation was a relatively minor incident–the assassination of the heir to the Austro-Hungarian empire–but the causes were long-standing and much more complex. Pressure to seek war and resist compromise had been mounting in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, fed by aggressive nationalism, ambitious militarism, and complex national alliances. The war, when it came, was not what anyone expected. In your initial post, examine the role that the United States played in World War I. Why did the United States enter the war in the first place? How was the United States affected by the war? How did the United States shape the end of the war? Your initial post must be at least 8-10 sentences. Please do not forget to cite your work

Question 127 Primary source analysis

Most of the instrution will be posted below, i need it by chicago style(very important!) i need it good quality, since it is consider really important for me, i will post the ppt that helps you understand primary source and guidline for chicago style. i will post the article

Question 128 Founding Father(s)

Your responses should be at least one paragraph in length for each of these questions. 1) Who was the most interesting “Founding Father(s)” for you to learn about? 2) What made these men so unique and what characteristics made them so “human”? 3) Who was the most interesting “Founding Mother(s)” for you to learn about? Why is learning the role of colonial women and other minority groups in the Revolution important to understanding the full story of the founding of the United States of America?

Question 129 Primary Document Analysis

In this assignment, the document is a speech given in 1850 by an Ojibwa leader, Chief Joseph Peau de Chat, to T.G. Anderson, an agent of the Government of the Canadas (Canada East and Canada West). Anderson was there to talk about possible treaties with Indigenous peoples of the Lake Superior area. These talks eventually contributed to the signing of the “Robinson Treaties” which involved primarily Anishinabe First Nations around Lake Superior. In this assignment, you will first provide a brief background to the treaties the British (and then Canadian) government signed with Indigenous nations. Then you will briefly explain what the Robinson Treaties were, and how and why they were created. Then, with that background, you will follow with an analysis of Chief Peau de Chat’s speech.

Question 130 Explain what you learned in your own words,and do your best to synthesize the authors’ analyses into your own original analysis

pick one read,Cite the information and analysis you provide. Explain what you learned in your own words,and do your best to synthesize the authors’ analyses into your own original analysis; do not rely exclusively on quotations from the readings to make your points. just 300 words

Question 131 History of London

Question 1: How did London’s geography and physical fabric change between 1500 and 1800? Question 2: How did new technologies affect the life of Londoners between 1500 and 1800? Question 3: How did the traumatic political events of 1640-1710 – the Civil wars, the Restoration, the Glorious Revolution – reshape London’s cultural and commercial life? [Please don’t tell me what happened; describe the impact of those events.] Please use also sources of: The Stone of London from “Leo Hollis” London – A social and cultural history, 1550-1750 from Robert O.Buchholz and Joseph P.Ward

Question 132 Discussion Board

writing a thorough and thoughtful 275-300 word essay that answers one of the following questions: 1. How does the attempt to control and codify plants and animals lead to eugenics? How are both of these views optimistic? Pessimistic? https://sourcebooks.fordham.edu/mod/spencer-darwin.asp

Question 133 history questions

response should be at least 500 words, double-spaced, and submitted as a Word or PDF document. Please look at the sample written assignment contained within this module prior to completing this assignment. need to answers to the questions. Questions are attached. this questions are in the book named “Going to the Source” page 286.

Question 134 Evaluate Richard Nixon’s presidency

answer 2 questions Evaluate Richard Nixon’s presidency. Aside from Watergate, should he be considered a good president? Compare the Iran-contra scandal to Watergate. In your opinion, which one posed the greater threat to constitutional principles, Watergate or Irangate? Explain.

Question 135 Conflict in America-Slavery

Write a letter addressed to President Lincoln explaining your stand point on slavery in the United States. You can write from any perspective you choose, but depending on the stance you take, whether for or against slavery, you must justify your reasons. Are you writing from the perspective of an Abolitionist, fighting for emancipation of the four million slaves, or do you see slavery as a necessary component to agricultural production in the Southern economy? Or maybe you are writing as a freed slave and have personal experience? APA format is not required for this letter as a more stylistic approach is preferred.

Question 136 Discuss three reasons for the failure of Reconstruction

  1. Discuss three reasons for the failure of Reconstruction 2. Discuss the formation of separate institutions for Blacks and Whites after the Civil War? (churches, schools, social organizations). 3. Discuss reasons why African American men received the right to vote but not the right to land ownership? 4. How does a College Senate meeting where committees discuss or approve new education curriculums show leadership? -answer in at least 6 sentences 5. How does attending leadership conferences show leadership? – answer in at least 6 sentences

Question 137 U.S. HISTORY SURVEY SINCE 1877 FINAL PAPER

5-6 page persuasive commentary on • Since the 1950s American Popular Culture has deeply impacted our society. Over the past few decades we have seen a plethora of various types of media that have become an integral part of our society. Television, the internet, various forms of music to name. With such ongoing developments has come both praise and criticism. The current state of American Popular Culture has reached a tipping point?

Question 138 Historical Globalization

This is a writing assignment(source analysis) I’m analysing the 3 sources that are given to me which are attached to the files! IT IS NOT A POSITION PAPER DO NOT ARGUE OR EXPRESS YOUR OPINION! Everything you need to know is in the files including the format of this paper which is 4 paragraphs. 3 analysis and 1 relationship paragraph at the end. Be sure to link each analysis to globalisation and meet the requirements! Also expressing and arguing opinions is not allowed or else it will bring down the mark! Once again be sure to link each source to globalisation. Also please go in depth for the details this is very important. No introduction is needed.

Question 139 Literacy in the Bay of Islands, Picture images(1820s-1840s)

Critically analysing of historical images from an educational context. Criteria: does the analysis – focus on the source and analyse it carefully, paying attention to detail? – situate the source in its broader historical and/or educational context? – offer an interpretation of the source? – draw on secondary literature as appropriate?

Question 140 DISCUSS THE SOCIOLOGICAL IMPLICATIONS OF MALCOM X AND MARTIN L. KING

. DISCUSS THE SOCIOLOGICAL IMPLICATIONS OF MALCOM X AND MARTIN L. KING? 2. WHAT ARE THE LASTING CONTRIBUTIONS OF MALCOM X AND MARTIN L. KING JR. to the contemporary movement of African American history. Watch both YouTube videos Write a 150 words to answer the question and the summary of the YouTube video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7kf7fujM4ag https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fAtsAwGreyE

Question 141 What’s in a Name? ‘I AM’ and the Hebrew Old Testament

In a discussion post, please explore the following open-ended questions related to this week’s primary source readings and our discussion of The Ten Commandments: What power does a person or thing’s name hold? Why does the Hebrew god, as seen through the image of a burning bush, not tell Moses his/her/it’s a true name? This discussion assignment is worth five points: two points for your initial post, one point for your initial post’s citation, and two points for your response to a classmate. little more than half page link to video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U0Mg-eZqEdI

Question 142 Old Testament Flood Story-Two Versions

Please write a one to two page paper that explores the following questions in response to the primary source reading the Two Versions of the Biblical Flood Story: (be sure to scroll down through page 1 to get to the body of the text): How do the two versions of the story compare- the Yahwist version (in the left column) and the Priestly Writer version (in the right column? How are they similar? Different? How do these stories compare to last week’s reading The Epic of Gilgamesh? How does the worldview of the people in the Biblical Flood Story differ from the worldview of Gilgamesh?

Question 143 States and Empires in Precolonial Africa

Read Jane Acquah (2015) article (pdf attached) and answer the following questions. Identify all the factors responsible for the rise and fall of states and empires in Africa. In your assessment, why did the contact between Europe, Asia, and Africa affect the socio-political and economic development of the continent of Africa. Use specific references from your readings to illustrate your point. Please note: Unless your reaction papers clearly and consistently provide evidence of engagements with assigned readings and review questions provided in class, your grade will be lowered accordingly.

Question 144 Environmental History

Answer both questions as thoroughly as possible. Each question must be 2-3 pages long. 1. Discuss the cultural and environmental impact of the encounter between the English colonists and the Native Americans. Why was America so uniquely vulnerable to European conquest? 2. How did the agriculture of the South differ from the agriculture of New England in the 18th century and the first half of the 19th century? Discuss the environmental impact of both.

Question 145 Malcolm x & Martin Luther King

After watching each video please answer the question below Discuss the lasting contributions and impact of Malcolm X and Martin Luther King, Jr. on contemporary African American thought and praxis? https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=a59Kwp35Z80&time_continue=3 https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=I47Y6VHc3Ms https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=5UtGPZY4Rr4

Question 146 Conflict in the Early Republic: Thomas Jefferson vs. Alexander Hamilton

Conflict in the Early Republic: Thomas Jefferson vs. Alexander Hamilton ** DUE DATE 2/3/19 10:00 pm Introduction: All was not well in terms of d/omestic policy in the years after the ratification of the Constitution in 1789. There were several fault lines that ran through the early republic, thus the period from 1789-1800 is referred to by historians as the “Critical Period” in American history. Would George Washington become a military dictator as Napoleon would in the late 1790s? Would a national bank be allowed? Was the Constitution meant to be interpreted as a strict document or as a document that allowed for anything “necessary and proper” for the operation of the government? What was the proper balance between federal and state power? Is free speech a core part of American democracy? Were political parties an essential part of the American political order? These questions and many others were debated during the critical period, with founding fathers Thomas Jefferson (Republican) and Alexander Hamilton (Federalist) often on differing sides of each. This week I would like to concentrate on foreign policy during the Critical Period. Today we debate what our relationship should be with the Russian Federation. Do we see them as a friend of stability in the region or a serious threat to the current political order? How should we deal with them? In 2017, we look at this relationship from a position of power and relative international strength. We have choice in our relationship with Russia. In the critical period, America was a relatively weak country; we had little to no choice in foreign affairs. We were thrown around between Britain and France like a political football. In the early republic we questioned the nature of our relationship with France. The French had sided with the colonies during the American Revolution, providing naval power, infantry, arms, and cash to aid the American fight for independence, not necessarily because they believed in liberty, but because they hated the British as their chief economic and military rival. Our relationship with the French and their king, Louis XVI, was strong until the French Revolution erupted in 1789. As France was plunged into an era of extreme bloodshed, American leaders questioned whether revolutionary terror and violence would emanate from France and spread throughout the new American states. What would be the nature of our relationship with the French? Jefferson and Hamilton fell on opposite sides of this French question during a time when the British and French, the two dominant world powers, were perpetually at war. Hamilton saw the British, our former enemy, as the harbinger of a new industrial future and he sought to build America in Britain’s image. He felt that a relationship with the French would be at best feebleminded and at worst irresponsible and dangerous. Thomas Jefferson disagreed; he was a Francophile who had once been minister to France. Jefferson supported a close relationship with the French based on their friendship during the conflict with the British and the idea that they were our revolutionary brothers in arms. This became the main political issue in the election of 1796 between Republican Thomas Jefferson and Federalist John Adams. Eventually the French instituted a “quasi-war” against American shipping that carried British goods. The French felt that our allegiance was to the British because of our trade relationships. Washington declared neutrality, but it was to no avail. Rumblings of war with France dominated political discussion in the late 1790s, and John Adams pushed to limit immigration and free speech during this time period. ********Question for Discussion: Given our revolutionary ties with the French, should we have honored our former alliance and sided with them in their conflicts with the British? With whom would you have sided, Hamilton or Jefferson? Readings for this Discussion: Roark, Page 230 (Concerning the Jay Treaty), page 231 (Concerning the Haitian Revolution), Pages 232 – 235 (Concerning the Election of 1796, the XYZ Affair, and the Alien and Sedition Acts). This Short Article on Washington’s Neutrality and the Genet Affair: http://www.let.rug.nl/usa/biographies/alexander-hamilton/strained-loyalties-the-french-revolution-1789-1799.php Cabinet Battle #2 from the musical Hamilton: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B0HZUatZtXI

Question 147 US History Exam

There are three questions that need to be answered. Each question should be answered with a minimum of 250 words. work cited page. Q1. Evaluate one of the causes of the War of 1812. Q2. Analyze how the Missouri Compromise brought the U.S. closer to civil war Q3. Using your Introduction to Nation Building, apply one of the theories of developing national identity to the United States from 1776-1860. Explain how the theory is relevant to the United States and give specific examples. (look at attached doc)

Question 148 Industrialization and the Rise of a Regulated Economy

Please note that ecree works best in Firefox and Chrome. Please do not use Internet Explorer or mobile devices when using ecree. This assignment again uses the ecree platform for doing and submitting the paper. Plus, all learned from the first assignment the value of having the assignment INSTRUCTIONS sheet and the assignment’s FORMAT SAMPLE paper. So, please get those items below. BEFORE SUBMISSION—AND BEFORE REALLY BEFORE STARTING ON THE DOING OF THIS PAPER, please make use of the following links (if needed, right click the link and Open in new window. Sometimes a document will flash to the top or bottom of your screen to a downloads folder): INSTRUCTION SHEET for Assignment 2—topic, outline, sources, instructions with key details: Assignment 2_HIS105_Stansbury_Instructions.docx FORMAT SAMPLE for Assignment 2—This shows the parts of the paper and what to do in each; it shows what the in-text citations and the sources list at the end look like; it shows the special ecree-type draft that is single spaced: Format_Sample_ Assignment 2_Stansbury_HIS105_ecree_version.docx Help Sheet for Using eCree: Ecree_Help_Doing and Practicing_HIS105_assmt2.docx VIDEO HELP on doing and submitting Assignment 2: https://cdnapisec.kaltura.com/index.php/extwidget/preview/partner_id/956951/uiconf_id/38285871/entry_id/0_0pcbkj6f/embed/dynamic VIDEO HELP—ecree walk-through for Assignment 2: https://cdnapisec.kaltura.com/index.php/extwidget/preview/partner_id/956951/uiconf_id/38285871/entry_id/1_rb1st3qg/embed/dynamic Assignment 2: Industrialization and the Rise of a Regulated Economy The United States went through dramatic economic change during and after the Civil War, as industrialization spread rapidly and changed society. This transformation and some of the apparent abuses that developed (monopolistic practices, work conditions, low wages, arbitrary and oppressive expectations) led to an increased role of the government in regulating businesses and society. This role was heightened as government was viewed as the arbiter between business and organized labor. One can explore these developments from 1865 on through to World War II. Examine the statement below and drawing from provided sources, present a paper with specific examples and arguments to demonstrate the validity of your position. Statement—in which you can take a pro or con position: From the start of Progressive era of the late 1800s through the New Deal period in the 1930s, increasing government interventions and regulations of business tended to help the overall economy and the common workers. (Or you can argue that such interventions and regulations hurt the overall economy and the common workers.) Use specific examples from different decades—and be sure one of your examples is from the 1930s. After giving general consideration to your readings so far and any general research, select one of the positions above as your position—your thesis. (Sometimes after doing more thorough research, you might choose the reverse position. This happens with critical thinking and inquiry. Your final paper might end up taking a different position than you originally envisioned.) Organize your paper as follows, handling these issues: The position you choose or something close to it—will be the thesis statement in your opening paragraph. To support your position, use four (4) specific examples from different decades between 1865 and 1940. However, one (1) of your four (4) examples must be from the 1930s. Explain why the opposing view is weak in comparison to yours. Consider your life today: In what way does the history you have shown shape or impact issues in your workplace or desired profession? Length: The paper should be 500-to-750 words in length. Research and References: You must use a MINIMUM of three sources; the Schultz textbook must be one of them. Your other two sources should be drawn from the list provided below. This is guided research, not open-ended Googling. Source list for Assignment 2: Some sources are “primary” sources from the time period being studied. Some sources below can be accessed via direct link or through the primary sources links on Blackboard. Each week has a different list of primary sources. For others, they are accessible through the permalink to the source in our online library: Sources below having libdatab.strayer.edu as part of the URL have a permalink to that source in our university’s online library. Each source below is shown in SWS form. SWS Form for the textbook: Kevin M. Schultz. 2018. HIST: Volume 2: U.S. History since 1865. 5th ed. D. P. Del Mar. 1998. Region and Nation: New Studies in Western U.S. History. http://libdatab.strayer.edu/login?url=https://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=a9h&AN=957156&site=eds-live&scope=site S. Gompers. 1914. The American Labor Movement: Its Makeup, Achievements, and Aspirations. http://wwphs.sharpschool.com/UserFiles/Servers/Server_10640642/File/bugge/Chapter%2021/Gompers.pdf S. S. Harjo. 1996. Now and Then: Native Peoples in the United States. http://libdatab.strayer.edu/login?url=https://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=eue&AN=507507152&site=eds-live&scope=site Helen Hunt Jackson. 1881. Helen Hunt Jackson’s Account of Sand Creek http://college.cengage.com/history/wadsworth_9781133309888/unprotected/ps/helen_hunt_jackson_sand_creek.htm S. M. Jacoby. Oct., 1983. Union Management Cooperation in the United States: Lessons from the 1920s. http://libdatab.strayer.edu/login?url=https://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=bth&AN=4462675&site=eds-live&scope=site R. La Follette. 1924. La Follette’s Progressive Platform. http://college.cengage.com/history/wadsworth_9781133309888/unprotected/ps/follette.html T. C. Leonard. Spring, 2009. American Economic Reform in the Progressive Era: Its Foundational Beliefs and their Relation to Eugenics. http://libdatab.strayer.edu/login?url=https://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=bth&AN=36656984&site=eds-live&scope=site H. D. Lloyd. June, 1884. The Lords of Industry from North American Review, 331. In Modern History Sourcebook. https://sourcebooks.fordham.edu/mod/1884hdlloyd.asp E. Rauchway. 2008. The Great Depression and the New Deal: A Very Short Introduction. eBook. http://libdatab.strayer.edu/login?url=https://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=nlebk&AN=218056&site=eds-live&scope=site Kevin M. Schultz. 2018. HIST: Volume 2: U.S. History since 1865. 5th ed. L. Steffens. 1904. The Shame of the Cities. http://college.cengage.com/history/wadsworth_9781133309888/unprotected/ps/steffens.html Taylor, F. W. 1911. The Principles of Scientific Management. http://college.cengage.com/history/wadsworth_9781133309888/courseware/ps/taylor.html J. Whitaker. 1871. The Impact of the Factory on Worker Health. Retrieved from http://college.cengage.com/history/wadsworth_9781133309888/unprotected/ps/impact_factory.htm

Question 149 Tibetan religion

You can continue to use the Encyclopedia of Religion, or you might consult the bibliography at the end of the entry you found for more scholarly resources. This bibliography may contain books, book chapters, and articles that the author recommends for further research. Over the last couple weeks you have learned a bit about the history of the religious tradition you are studying. Next you will focus on some of the more physical and material aspects of that religion. Your task this week is to find and learn about (1) a physical object and (2) a ritual related to your assigned research topic. After reading about these as much as you can, answer the questions below. For rituals, please **DO NOT** select a holiday or festival. I would like you to find a ritual that is performed regularly (daily, weekly, or monthly). Remember that you need to use a word processor on a laptop or desktop to complete these assignments properly. Please number your answers and be sure to cite any sources your use to answer these questions, such as where you find information or a photograph of the object. Physical Object 1. What is the object called? 2. Describe the object in three complete sentences, using your own words. Just look at the object and describe what you see. Do not quote or paraphrase a description of the object you find online. 3. How is it used? 4. Who uses it? 5. Include a photograph of the object. Ritual 6. Does the ritual have a specific name? If so, what is this ritual called in the language used by the tradition you are studying? 7. How does the ritual work? In your own words, describe the parts or process of the ritual in at least three sentences. 8. How often is it performed? 9. Who performs the ritual, and where? (For example: A priestess? A monk? A layperson? Indoors? Outdoors?) 10. What is the purpose of the ritual? (For example: worship? exorcism? self-cultivation?) Include MLA-style citations wherever necessary. If you quote, paraphrase, or even use a similar sentence structure to that of your source, you must include an in-text citation. Remember to put your name, student ID, and date on your assignment. Please use a standard 12-point font and 1.5 line spacing.

Question 150 Elegant Art of Movement

Based on your textbook, Elegant Art of Movement, 18th Century, Alicia M. Annas.pdfPreview the document , and the film Vatel briefly answer the following short answer question (One to two paragraphs at most): 1. What was the importance of “carriage” to people in 18th century Europe? 2. How did clothing and mannerisms of “polite society” of the 18th century affect the way people moved? Give specific examples. 3. What was the significance of the S curve shape as a beauty standard in the 18th century? 4. Which French king’s court was portrayed in Vatel? 4. What role did fashion and entertainment play in the French Court? 5. Why was the brother of the King always upset according to Vatel. Do you agree? 6. Describe the men’s and women’s dress portrayed in Vatel.