Explain the most appropriate form of ownership for your business. Explain why this form of ownership is appropriate for you and your firm. Explain, in detail, any e-commerce opportunities that your firm could effectively and profitably pursue.
Using the guidelines, create a step-by-step IT security policy for handling user accounts/rights for a student who is leaving prematurely (drops, is expelled, and so on). You will need to consider specialized student scenarios, such as a student who works as an assistant to a faculty member or as a lab assistant in a computer lab and may have access to resources most students do not. Write your answer using a WORD document.
After reading Chapter 8 and Appendix B, participate in the discussion on Using Assessment Data to Guide Planning in 3-4 paragraphs. APA citation on reading and appendix and other sources. Actively participate in this lesson’s discussion by reading the following scenario and reflecting with answering the following: After conducting several assessments, you find three clusters of children with similar skills. Cluster 1 needs practice hopping, cluster 2 has already mastered the skill, and cluster 3 cannot hop at all. Discuss how you might develop multilevel activities that will benefit all of the children. Describe several ways you could work with […]
This is my thesis: Regardless of religious constraints, children in the seventeenth century developed biases for social and religious differences as they read about and were exposed to fables of magic, wizards, and talking animals. Purpose: During this week and next, you will develop the first draft of your final product for your semester research project. You will design, develop and present your argument research as a formal presentation. Learning to compose presentations provides you with experience in writing professionally for a variety of audiences; it also serves as a way for others to learn about and study the many […]
In this chapter they discuss the importance of clarifying for your readers that what you’re saying is important. They differentiate between the two techniques above, both of which are valuable. The first question really concerns how your argument relates to the bigger picture–how does it line up with things the audience already considers important. The second explores who would be the primary audience for the piece, and why it should matter to them. The book also rightly argues that answering these questions well means that you’ve created a successful hook for your paper that will cause the audience to take […]
Some of you will rightly criticize Cullington’s evidence for being potentially compromised or from samples which are too small. Look at the argument from the other direction. When she wrote this piece, she was perhaps a year or two passed you in college, but not much farther than that. If you sat down to write a similar argument, with similar evidence, how would you, realistically, do? With that in mind, how good is her evidence? How good is her presentation and reasoning about her evidence? How convincing, ultimately, do you find her? Why do you feel the way you do […]
In a 5- to 7-page essay, you will select a TEDTalk on any topic of your choice and compare and contrast it to a work of art of your choosing that engages the same image. Your essay must argue which work extends the argument about the image by writing a comparingcontrasting argumentative essay. Compare and/or contrast this image. Determine how the works portray the image as similar or dissimilar, how the works reinforce or undermine each other’s depiction of the image, how they assert one may be problematic, or how they extend or alter the image or critique the image. […]
1-2 pages the prompt is : “Chopin has been noted for her exploration of a woman’s search for identity. Do you find evidence of such investigation in “Désirée’s Baby”? Why, or why not?” This week we begin looking at “argument” and the technicalities of argument. Is argument a good thing or a bad thing? The answer to this question is that argument is a “good” thing but only if it is presented in a logical and intelligent manner. In this course you will learn the many techniques of building an “argument” and writing an arguable “claim.” What is a Claim? […]
Precis:/Source ExplorationThe précis assignment is designed to compel you to research early and often for your topic. It is both a pre-writing and a drafting exercise. Your questions should help you to craft a thesis and begin to support an argument. You will ask yourself SIX questions (based on our in class cubing) about your topic that you think need answering and exploring. You will then find three source that best answer THREE of those questions. You will read the sources, summarize them, and discuss how you would apply them in a position/research essay on your topic.Use the library databases […]
This paper will have the same format requirements as all the others: five pages, one inch margins, double-spaced, twelve point font with at least once source cited correctly both in the text of the paper and on the Works Cited/References page. The actual assignment is an argument from definition essay– students should make an argument from definition: to argue about the definition of a concept, term, phenomenon or object and offer proof why or why not this concept, term, phenomenon or object meets the criteria for this definition, as explained and argued by the author. You will need to establish […]