Question 1351 Instructional Handout
Note: You may choose a task different from the table, but it still needs to be a technical one. Include the following in your instructional handout: Summary of the program and version of the program you are using Design that reveals to the reader how your information is organised.
Effective use of blank space Organised space Illustrations taken from screenshots or a snipping tool that are appropriately cited Titled and numbered illustrations that are referred to in the instructions
Note: Check the Microsoft® website for the wording that must accompany the use of its software images. Continue to develop the characteristics of good writing, and proofread your document for common errors
Question 1352 climate chaos
Argumentative paper. Thesis: The arctic is warming. This is a fact. Permafrost is melting, releasing both methane and carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. We are doomed. 500 to 550 words. READ GUIDELINES: FOLLOW EXACTLY Pull sources from link in ebsco file provided
Question 1353 English assignment
There is three parts to this assignment. The assignment needs to be written in MLA format 12 font double spaced times new roman. For the first part: This is a one page (250 words) typed commentary about Considering your major (psychology), what role with strong writing and analytical skills have on your career and/or continued college career?
The second part: This part of the assignment needs to be two paragraphs (10 sentences long each paragraph) the first paragraph is going to explain why you chose to write about the painting from Pablo Picasso called girl before a mirror. The second paragraph will explain the outside sources you will use to help you argue your point in the third part.
The third part: Write a 3.5 page essay examining the significance of the photograph/painting (Pablo Picasso) and why or how the photograph/painting has been elevated to an iconic status. It will also require you to define the word icon. What does it mean for a photograph/painting to be iconic? It is your job to come up with an argument based on your reading of the photograph/painting as well as your definition of the word icon.
This will require you to write about the photograph or painting as well as the artist who created it. Use Stein and Davenport as models. Both essays do the same thing I am asking you to do. Notice how they examine both the artist and the photograph/painting.
This will require a careful reading of the photograph/painting, research, and critical thinking/analysis. As part of the essay, you should research the artist or photograph/painting you are evaluating. What do others say about this artist or his or her photograph/painting? Critically read the photograph/painting, and like Davenport, incorporate your critical reading into your essay.
What is in the foreground and background? What can you infer about the image based on that which surrounds it? Does the photograph/painting symbolise anything? Be sure to have the photograph/painting in front of you as you write. Finally, argue why this photograph/painting should be viewed as iconic by exploring what it represents, communicates, and/or symbolizes. Here is where you will get to use your critical thinking and analytical skills.
Question 1354 bad news letter
Consider the following scenario: You are the owner or manager of a small business who needs to inform a group of loyal customers of some bad news. Please write a one-page letter to this group of customers explaining the situation. You will also want to thank them for their business.
Question 1355 English assignment
There is two parts to this assignment. Both parts need to be 12 font double spaced times new roman MLA format. Guidelines for part one: 3 typed pages, 12 point font, double-spaced, Times New Roman. You MUST write at least 3 full pages, not including the Works Cited page.
You may write more than 3 pages. Please note this is only 3 pages but you may write more. The Topic: First, read Susan Sontag’s essay “Regarding the Pain of Others” Second, formulate a reaction to the piece based on your reading. Write an essay that both examines Sontag’s essay and explores your reaction. This assignment requires you to describe and analyse your reaction, using quotes to support your examination.
Be sure to analyse several quotes — as well as respond to them — connecting the analyses to your reactions, drawing a broader conclusion regarding what you’ve learned about the effects of challenging images.
Guidelines for the second part: In a one page — about 250 words — write a review of the novel 1984, imagining you are writing for a newspaper or similar publication. Please include the following: • a brief summary • the novel highlights (according to you) • a review of the writing style • your personal thoughts about whether this is a book others should take the time to read
Question 1356 literary analysis
pick one of the stories on attached file -2-3 sentence summary in the introduction analyse characterisation, setting, point of view, conflict, themes or analyse the symbols and deeper meaning of the story
Question 1357 Memo on White Paper
Before You start; I need a topic for a white paper! One I had in mind was: The Benefits of using Network Vulnerability Scanners *please follow the instrustion attached below *Also if hired, you be hired to complet this assignment and later on the final white paper assignment
Question 1358 Logical Fallacies
Include the name of the fallacy as a heading within your paper.
1. Explain the fallacy, using a signal phrase that includes the source that informed your understanding.
2. Use an example to illustrate the fallacy. Show an example of a current-day advertisement, news clip, public service announcement, political speech or campaign, letter to the editor, public speech, blog or social media post that uses this fallacy.
3. Explain how the example illustrates the logical fallacy which you are defining.
4. Create a Works Cited entry for the source that informed your understanding of the logical fallacy.
5. Create a Works Cited entry for the example of the fallacy. FOR AN A: Work alone, in a pair or with a small group, and create a video or live presentation to share with the class. Select five logical fallacies to define and exemplify. You must find a way to demonstrate that your video does not simply “borrow” from videos already in existence.
FOR A B: Work alone, in a pair or with a small group, and create a video or live presentation to share with the class. Select three logical fallacies to define and exemplify. You must find a way to demonstrate that your video does not simply “borrow” from videos already in existence.
FOR A C: Work alone, in a pair or with a small group, and create a video or slide presentation to share with the professor. Select three logical fallacies to define and exemplify. You must find a way to demonstrate that your video does not simply “borrow” from videos already in existence.
FOR A TEN-POINT BONUS: Do not use any example of a fallacy that any other group is using. The best (but not the only) way to do this is to select fallacies that no one else has chosen. (Yes, you will need to communicate not just with your own group, but with other groups. AND if another individual or group uses the same example as you or your group, neither group will receive the ten point bonus. I know–so unfair!)
Question 1359 Alice Walker’s short story “Everyday Use”
Discussion PROMPT: Alice Walker’s short story “Everyday Use” was written at a particular moment in history, when, for the first time, a young generation of black Americans were demonstrating pride in their African roots and attempting to connect to that part of their identity.
Alice Walker was herself an activist, but this story is not about the civil rights or black power movements. Rather, it’s about a mother learning to see her two daughters clearly for perhaps the first time. Select one of the following questions and write a well-developed paragraph or two in response (minimum 150 words, not including quotes from the story).
Please use at least one supporting detail from the text in your answer. If there are topics below which have not been selected by the time you begin to write, please choose from among them.
1.What is the symbolic significance of the quilt in this story (you should begin with the quilt, but need not stop there) ?
2.Which sister does Walker seem to feel most for, and why?
3.How is the title of the story related to Mama’s epiphany at the end of the story? What is that epiphany?
4.Based on the events of the story, what would you say Walkers theory of art might be? [Think about how Dee plans to use the items she is removing from her mother’s home]. Main posts and responses should include references as appropriate.
We will address the following topics: •Fiction •Analyzing Literature This course will cover three genres of literature: fiction, poetry, and drama. We are beginning with fiction, and will read several short stories. We begin with an Alice Walker short story, “Everyday Use,” a story about a mother and her two daughters, one who has remained home with her while the other has gone off to college and never come back–until now.
While we are generally used to such stories being about the successful college graduate coming home to show off how much she’s changed, Walker’s story is really about the mother she left behind. It is through Mama’s eyes that we see both daughters and it is Mama who changes.
As you read Walker’s story, apply the five steps for analysis that are in the Analyzing Literature reading this week–and also try to use the literary terms listed in that reading when you write your discussion board response (where applicable). (The PDF file for Everyday Use Alice walker could not be attached. the file exceeded 16 MB).
Question 1360 Faulkner’s Barn Burning
WEEK 2 DISCUSSION #1: FAULKNER’S “BARN BURNING” . PROMPT: Faulkner was interested in the clash created by the new “industrialism” in the South. While Abner sees himself as fighting against modernization, his son Sarty sees things differently. Are they representatives of the Old South and the New South, or are things not quite so “black and white”?
Choose TWO of the topics below and explain your response in detail. One topic (250 words) Another topic (300 words)
1.In “Everyday Use,” we discussed the symbol of the quilt and how it impacted the meaning of the story. What symbol or symbols do you see in Faulkner’s story that function the same way? Identify a symbol and explain its significance.
2.Faulkner’s use of narration isn’t consistent. We hear the story primarily from Sarty’s point of view, but some things readers are told are beyond Sarty’s knowledge or experience. What are these things and why does Faulkner include them?
3.What is so important about the marring of the deSpain’s rug?
4.Why is Abner Snopes setting fires? What are the social and economic circumstances of the 1930s that might help explain this?
5.What are the complex factors surrounding the following decisions made by Snopes? Choose one from the list below and go into detail
◦His burning of Harris’ barn
◦His “cleaning” the rug the way he does
◦His suing de Spain
◦His burning of de Spain’s barn
Question 1361 ERNEST HEMINGWAY “HILLS LIKE WHITE ELEPHANTS”
DISCUSION ERNEST HEMINGWAY “HILLS LIKE WHITE ELEPHANTS” . One response (250 words) second response (300 words) PROMPT: Hemingway is best known for his novels, especially The Old Man and the Sea, which won him both a Pulitzer Prize and was cited by the Nobel Committee when they awarded him the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1954.
He was also a well-known adventurer, war veteran, and world traveler. His writing style was very influential among modernist writers—it is sparse and clean, but upon close reading, reveals great depths. In his 1932 novel Death in the Afternoon, Hemingway had this to say about writers, and it tells us a great deal about his approach to his own work:
If a writer of prose knows enough about what he is writing about he may omit things that he knows and the reader, if the writer is writing truly enough, will have a feeling of those things as strongly as though the writer had stated them. The dignity of movement of an iceberg is due to only one-eighth of it being above water. (192) This is called Hemingway’s “Iceberg Theory” and it certainly applies to “Hills Like White Elephants.”
The story, at first, appears to be nothing more than a conversation between two people; upon closer reading, the conversation turns out to be an incredibly important one. Please answer the following questions about the story.
1.Identify and explain something Hemingway has included in this story that helps the reader figure out what is being discussed–without him ever having to say it. (You may need to figure out the topic of their conversation first). There are clues everywhere, but Hemingway doesn’t like to share them too overtly. Let’s find them together.
2.Using the iceberg theory from the introduction, choose something else besides the operation you think probably has more importance in the story than readers might believe at first, and decide whether Hemingway has written “truly” enough so that you “have a feeling of [that thing] as strongly as though the writer had stated [it].”
Has he offered enough clues to figure it out? Explain. It’s all right to select something you believe to be minor (it may not be minor at all). If you use the same answer as another student, be sure you are adding something new to the conversation.
Question 1362 English Language
PROMPT: Peter Davidson, who edited Frost’s collection North of Boston notes: Frost “lost two children to death in early childhood, another to insanity, another to death after childbirth, and still another (after the death of [his] wife, Elinor) to suicide.”
Given the personal tragedies Frost experienced, it seems inevitable that a strain of grief, and perhaps bitterness, would run through his poetry. Select BOTH questions below and write a well-developed paragraph or two in response. Please use at least one supporting detail from the text in your answer. Who is most sympathetic here, the husband or Amy? Defend your position using evidence from the poem.
What do you think the speaker means when he says: “‘Three foggy mornings and one rainy day/Will rot the best birch fence a man can build.’”(96-7)? He’s referring to something more than literal fog and rain and fence—what might it be? Based on your own experience(s), is this a fair statement? Explain. Minimum of 300 words for each paragraph
Question 1363 Metacognition Assignment
Metacognition Assignment This assignment asks you to think about your thinking process for the paper you wrote on “What You Pawn I Will Redeem” Character Analysis and how you can improve your analytical thinking and writing. Be honest with yourself.
1. Assess your thinking process and effort put into Essay 1. Some questions to consider are how much time did you invest? How many drafts / revisions did you complete? How many outside readers did you have read it for review and suggestions? If you struggled, what steps did you take to get help? What observations can you make about yourself regarding the process of completing the assignment? (5-8 sentences)
3. Think about what you can do to improve your process for the next essay. Detail a plan of action for yourself for the next essay. (5-8 sentences) the attachment is for number 2 Another part to this assignment is : In 200 words or more answer the following question : Discuss the way Joy Harjo uses language in “The Woman Hanging from the Thirteenth Floor Window.” Will upload the files for this one in a few
Question 1364 Ezra Pound’s “In a Station of the Metro”
PROMPT: In this two line poem, Pound was attempting to capture a momentary image of breathtaking beauty in the way he imagined a painter would. We know that he scaled this poem back to two lines from its original thirty so that only the most essential elements remained.
The poets who attempted this kind of writing were called “imagists.” Here’s a definition from the University of Pennsylvania: “The Imagists wrote succinct verse of dry clarity and hard outline in which an exact visual image made a total poetic statement.” (Check the “Readings/Preparation” area this week for help with this poem).
Think about the following: What is the comparison Pound makes in this poem? What is he trying to accomplish with that comparison? Now, answer this– In your opinion, has Pound succeeded in creating an “exact visual image” which makes “a total poetic statement?” Support your answer with references to the poem. https://www.poets.org/poetsorg/poem/station-metro
Question 1365 Billy Collins’ “On Turning Ten”:
From the Poetry Foundation webpage on Billy Collins: “Dubbed ‘the most popular poet in America’ by Bruce Weber in the New York Times, Billy Collins is famous for conversational, witty poems that welcome readers with humour but often slip into quirky, tender or profound observation on the everyday, reading and writing, and poetry itself.
Collins has offered a slightly different take on his appeal, admitting that his poetry is ‘suburban, it’s domestic, it’s middle class, and it’s sort of unashamedly that.’” Respond to the following question: When you first read this poem, did you think it was funny? Why or why not?
In reading this poem, did you agree more with Bruce Weber’s assessment of Collins’ poetry or Collins’ own assessment? Both? Neither? In a well-developed paragraph and using at least one example from the poem, explain why.
Question 1366 The Charge of the Light Brigade
1. Defend this position: This poem glorifies war.
2. Defend this position: This poem does not glorify war. Background: https://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/charge-of-the-light-brigade
Question 1367 Shakespeare Much A Do About Nothing
PROMPT: Much Ado About Nothing Acts 1-3 Choose TWO questions from each act and write a paragraph in response (three paragraphs total). Before you select the question, make sure there are no questions left unanswered—you should respond to unanswered questions first.
This is a good reason to post early—you will have more choices available. Act One What is the backdrop for the arrival of Don Pedro and his men? Why is this significant to the plot of the play? What is the substance of Don Pedro’s private conversation with the lovesick Claudio? Why is Don Pedro in such a hurry, do you think?
Is it a good idea for him to woo in Claudio’s place? Why or why not? How do we know that Beatrice and Benedick are in a “skirmish of wit”? Who seems to be winning? What is said that leads the audience to believe these two have a past, and why is that important, particularly when we reach Act 3 and Don Pedro’s “trick”? Act Two In what ways does this Act reveal Hero to be different from Beatrice, and why might that be true?
Why does her uncle tolerate Beatrice’s insistence on remaining a “maid” but tell his daughter to accept Prince Don John’s offer of marriage (should he make such an offer)? Why does Beatrice tease Benedick at the party, and why is he so upset? What is she insinuating about him? Why does he care? Finally, why does Beatrice turn down Don Pedro’s offer of marriage?
What happens in this Act between Balthasar and Margaret and Ursula and Antonio? How are these events important to the rest of the play? Act Three In Act 3, we at last hear something from Hero. What does she say? How is she different when she is among other women than when she is in the company of her father and other men? How does scene one enhance our understanding of her character? Don’t forget to discuss scene 4.
In this Act, Beatrice and Benedick are “tricked” into falling in love. How does it happen, and why is it so easy? (Think about this one carefully). Constable Dogberry and the Watch are introduced in this Act. These are who are paid to patrol and stand guard—remember that Leonato, Hero’s father, is Messina’s governor.
Why do you think Shakespeare introduces them here and why is Dogberry written to be so pompous and uneducated?
Question 1368 Passage analysis
It is a really specific topic. I have a posted a photo in the attached file which is two pages. All you have to relate is that two pages with the whole Mary Shelly’s Frankenstein.
Question 1369 Annotated Bibliography
Entries should appear in alphabetical order by to author (or by article title in the less-common case when there is not author listed). Write a paragraph on each source. The sample entries provided in the links below are solid as models, Include a minimum of six sources. Some, though not all, must be peer-reviewed.
Question 1370 english assignment
Look for literary elements within the poem and discuss how the author uses those elements (a good basic way to approach analysis when you are learning is to see what literary elements the author uses and how those elements can support the work’s theme; for example, how does the use of symbolism and imagery support the poem’s theme?).
So remember to have a strong introduction, with a clear thesis, well-developed body paragraphs that relate to the thesis, and a conclusion. Second part: Write a minimum of 200 word on Li- Young Lee poet and explain what it is about that poet’s work that is relevant to readers today. Why did it stand out to you?
Question 1371 Spanish Language in the United States
Research paper with an Abstract and Annotated Bibliography. EVERYTHING APA STYLE. ABSTRACT: Minimum 5 sentences ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY: needs a minimum 5-7 ACADEMIC ARTICLES/SOURCES, NO NEWS ARTICLE UNLESS FROM New York Times, needs to be 10 sentences summarizing each source and 10 sentences explaining how you’re going to use the source in the research paper.
Example: 1 Source= 20 sentences RESEARCH PAPER: Minimum 10pages **NOT INCLUDING COVER PAGE AND REFERENCES APA STYLE** Attached is the topic summary and thesis outline that i’ve already done. Please feel free to ask any questions!
Question 1372 Discussion Board
Ebola, a hemorrhagic virus that broke out in the mid 1970’s in central Africa, had a much more serious outbreak in 2014 in West Africa and there is a current outbreak now (November-December 2018)) in the Congo.
Some West African nations closed their borders to individuals coming out of the stricken nations such as Sierra Leone. Should the United States do the same in any new serious Ebola outbreak from that part of the world? Do you agree or disagree and why?
Question 1373 The Silence of the Lambs Rough
This is a working draft analysis essay. I will be uploading my annotated bibliography for the sources needed to write this essay. I will also upload a sample analysis essay as well as a rubric of the assignment Note** This is just a working draft, i will be hiring the same writer for the final draft
Question 1374 RECOMMENDATION PAPER.
Create a simple 4 x 4 table with correct column heads, row titles, and one footnote; Make an informed, quantitatively-based recommendation on a consumer product; and Present their recommendation in IEEE format. Choose a consumer product.
Find four similar and similarly-priced brands and write down their specific model numbers. Select four quantitative grounds for comparison (e.g. specific outputs, specific features).
Create an IEEE table of your comparison. Document your sources using IEEE. Write an abstract, select 5 keywords, and write a paragraph of recommendation Ensure the recommendation is evident in the title, the abstract, and the recommendation.
Present your work in the IEEE template. Proofread your work carefully. THE TOPIC WILL BE ON SMART WATCHES. 2- minimum sources and cited please for IEEE format. Choose top 4 leading brands please. thank you. I’ve attach a templete sample.
Question 1375 Demonstrate scientific consensus
Create a new, one-page Position Paper. CAN YOU HAVE IT DONE BY 8AM MONDAY ? Create a document in IEEE format; Write dispassionately about a controversial topic; Demonstrate scientific consensus on an issue; Determine which side in a contentious issue has greater scientific merit; and Write position paper targeted to an educated but non-scientific audience. Select 5 keywords. Create a title that “gives away” the position.
Write a descriptive 75-100 word abstract that “gives away” the position. Write an introduction, the positive side, the negative side, and a position. Create an IEEE reference list. Ensure that your work is free of emotion and passion. Format your work according to the IEEE template. Proofread your work carefully. I provided 5 articles, only need 4. choose yourself please. Must be IEEE format.
Question 1376 Narrative Paragraph
After reading Chapter 5, choose one of the following topics and write a narrative paragraph using the TEST template. Note in this chapter the importance of transition words. See the bottom of page 86 for examples.
An embarrassing situation A dangerous experience An instance of injustice A time you made a mistake A time you made an important decision An unfortunate date A vacation that didn’t go well A day you would like to forget An encounter that changed your life Keep in mind following important tips: 1) Begin your paragraph with a topic sentence.
Your topic sentence (called a “thesis sentence” at the beginning of an essay) needs to identify your subject AND what you are going to say about that subject. For example, the topic on page 86 has the topic sentence, “Creating viral video isn’t easy.”
So, the subject here is “creating a viral video.” That doesn’t tell the reader much. You also need what can be called a “point of significance.” In this case, it is “isn’t easy.” Thus your reader knows immediately what your point of view is going to be about your subject and thus what to expect in this paragraph. 2) The “meat” of your paragraph, that is, the evidence must prove or illustrate your point with facts, details, descriptions, reasons, etc.
This is what makes your paragraph or essay interesting and convincing. Don’t expect your reader to take your word for anything; show your reader that what you are saying is true or accurate. Recreate the experience for them. Pertinent details make the paragraph both believable and interesting.
Question 1377 Tool Creation Directions and Usability Test Memo
There are two final tasks for Level 2 that you must complete. The first task asks you to come up with a tool, made of everyday household items. The purpose of this tool is to offer a more ergonomic experience for students who often stress and strain their bodies when writing papers: looking down at sources, looking back to the computer screen to type, etc. Then, your job is to write directions on how to construct and use the tool.
The second task asks you to conduct usability tests to determine the effectiveness of the tool and your directions and then write a memo that reveals the results of the test. Effective instructions must always be highly reader-centred: meaning they must respond to the needs of readers and users.
Together, these tasks encourage the growth of problem-solving skills, grant you experience conducting usability tests, recording and presenting data, and asks you to practice writing as a producer who thinks like a consumer. The Particulars While I say above that there are two final tasks to Level 2, we might argue that there are actually four.
As I mentioned above, you will need to do the following: With the ergonomic problem in mind, develop and design a tool that helps students overcome that problem. Your tool doesn’t have to solve the problem completely, but it should still be useful. Then, you have to build the tool using every day household items—or at least items that can be easily obtained via the Internet. It should be simple enough that almost anyone could make the tool and use it. The deliverable for this task is an instruction set.
The instructions must do two things: A) direct the reader how to construct the tool and B) instruct the reader on how to use the tool. The design and language of this document should keep the reader in mind—who is going to be using this tool and reading your instructions? How can you best convey to these readers how to make and use your tool via text and design? The next step is to have no fewer than 2, but ideally 3 (three is the magic number) people attempt to construct and use the tool you designed.
This is the actual usability test. You should conduct this test in a controlled environment to avoid outside interference and to prevent skewed test results. Observe any difficulties the subjects experience with the instructions—doing so will help you revise your instructions to make them even better. Record the amount of time that subjects require to understand and correctly construct and use the tool.
Also note any questions—which you’re not allowed to answer!—that the subjects ask or anything else that subjects do or say while constructing and using the tool. You might encourage your subjects to “think out loud” while completing the usability test. Finally, write the Usability Test Memo.
The memo must include the following parts—note them, as the usability test memo genre is different than the memo genre we’ve been writing in up until now. The memo should be between 2–3 pages, no fewer than 1000 words.
Introduction: Remind readers of the topic and target instruction audience Objectives: Identify the objectives of your user test Method: Thoroughly, accurately, and persuasively describe test procedure and instruments, and user selection process Results / Discussion: Specifically, and in great detail, report test results.
Include descriptions of tester difficulties and questions Conclusion: Describe test results and their consequences. What are you going to do moving forward? Things to Keep in Mind The key thing that you’re trying to accomplish with this task is to convey to others, in writing alone, how to build and use a tool. But, the formatting of the instructions and to some extent the usability test memo is up to you.
What makes the most sense in terms of design and formatting for this rhetorical situation? Minimum Requirements for Instructions Between the creation and how to use the tool, there should be no fewer than four (4) steps.
You must design the instructions with your audience and purpose in mind You must develop a tool that helps to address the issue of ergonomics when writing papers using ordinary, easy-to-obtain materials.
The instructions must be organised and easy-to-follow You must research the problem that your tool intends to assuage Minimum Usability Test Memo Have 2–3 people build and use the tool you created based on your composed instructions alone Ethically record the successes and failures of the instruction set during the usability tests Your usability test memo must contain and adequately treat all parts of the genre: Introduction, Objectives, Methods, Results, and Conclusion Your usability test memo should be 2–3 pages long, no fewer than 1000 words, and should adhere to the memo genre’s formatting conventions.
Write and design your memo with an audience and purpose in mind Minimum Requirements for Level-up Memo In many ways, the Level-up Memo is more important than the deliverables themselves. This is where the learning actually occurs, so take this seriously.
To that end, you Level-up Memo must address all of the below prompts in order to beat this level. The memo should be between 1–2 pages long. Who is your audience for each deliverable? What have you done in terms of design and choice of language to appeal to these audiences? What purposes, apart from the obvious ones, do your deliverables fulfill? (Hint: You might have to think about this some).
If given more time and resources, what would you have like to have done differently? How do you think that these differences would have improved your materials? If you chose to pursue a Composite (C) score, what did you do, specifically, to modify your materials beyond the minimum requirements? How did your modifications make your materials even better?
Question 1378 Code of Conduct Memo
Write a 1-page memo in which you address the situation, emphasizing the violation of the company’s code of conduct. In your document, you should:
1. Ensure the memo is clear and brief.
2. Choose language to match the purpose and tone for the situation and audience.
3. Format the memo accurately and according to the details in the textbook.
4. Create an effective opening that establishes goodwill without obscuring the message.
Question 1379 Creating an FAQ for a Website
Write a one to two (1-2) page FAQ sheet for the intended audience and purpose. On a separate page within the same document, write a paragraph that identifies the intended audience and purpose of the FAQ sheet you have created. (Submit one document in total with both components included.) Your assignment cannot be graded without this analysis. In your document, you should:
Question 1380 William Blake’s Jerusalem and the Los Angeles of Film Noir.
Hellwig, Harold Henry. “William Blake’s Jerusalem and the Los Angeles of Film Noir.” Philosophy and Literature, vol. 38, no. 1, 2014, pp. 223–241.
Summary: 1. Miner, Paul. “William Blake’s Creative Scripture.” Literature & Theology: An International Journal of Religion, Theory, and Culture , 27 Mar. 2012.
MLA International Bibliography with Full Text, doi: 10.1093/litthe/frs018 please get them to do both of these in just 250 words