related aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems Resources: Ch. 3 & 4 of Fundamentals of Conservation Biology, the Internet, and the University Library Choose a pair of related aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems to research. Your choices must meet the following criteria: The aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems must be closely associated: for example, a fen (aquatic) in an alpine meadow or forest (terrestrial), an islet (terrestrial) in a marine bay (aquatic), or a river system (aquatic) in a desert (terrestrial) would be appropriate. At least one endangered species, as identified in the IUCN Red List or by a government wildlife or natural resource […]
Describe the difference between the academic study of religion, and devotional practice and advocacy. Write a 700- to 1,050-word summary that addresses the following topics: • Describe the difference between the academic study of religion, and devotional practice and advocacy. • What is the definition of religion? • What are common questions, concerns, practices, and experiences across various world religions? Include indigenous religions in your discussion. • What are some critical issues to the academic study of religion? • Where do religious ethics come from, and what role do they play in the practice of religion? Format your paper consistent […]
Spirituality in health care Your instructor will assign and send you a peer’s paper from the Health Care Provider and Faith Diversity: First Draft assignment. Your job is to critically read the assignment and make corrections/comments using Track Changes in Microsoft Word. Assess the paper on the following content: 1. Does the paper provide sufficient evidence for its hypothesis or claim? 2. Does the flow of the paper and sentence structure make sense? 3. Should it be organized in a different way? Prepare this assignment according to the APA guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student […]
Please order answers for any of the questions below: should parents allow their kids to play football? How can we make football safer? Why is NASCAR losing fans? Who is the best quarterback of all time? What effect does moving and changing schools have on a high schooler? Should college athletes get paid? What kinds of sports should be added to the Olympics? Can virtual reality help athletes train more effectively? How does Rugby compare to American football? How can overuse injuries be prevented in high school athletics?
Please order answers to any other questions below: What are the benefits of growing up in a large family? What makes a successful marriage? What are the health benefits of marriage? What is the value of searching for your genealogy? Is interracial marriage a good idea? Does living together before marriage create better marriages? What is the value of a family vacation? How can parents get to know their teenagers better? What causes the break-up of marriages? What rules should parents have for their teenagers?
Transitions and Coherence Transitions and Coherence” Please respond to the following: From Part 6: Readings for Writers in the course textbook, state the name and author of the essay you read. Using the document titled “Types of Transitional Expressions”, by clicking this link, identify at least three (3) specific transitional expressions that the author used in the essay. From Part 6: Readings for Writers in the course textbook, discuss the effectiveness of the author’s chosen transitional expressions. Support your opinion with specific examples. Explain three (3) techniques a writer can use to create unity and coherence in an essay.
close reading and rhetorical analysis Essay 3: Rhetorical Analysis Required Length: 900 words For this essay assignment you will use what we will learn about argument, close reading and rhetorical analysis over the next few weeks, as well as our discussions about the American Dream, in order to write an argumentative essay that analyzes and compares two presidential announcement speeches. By synthesizing the content of the speeches and your own interpretations, examine how each speech attempts to appeal to voters, and which speech is ultimately more effective. Which rhetorical strategies do the speeches use, and how do they use them? […]
classification paper PLEASE FOCUS PAPER ON THE REASON FOR GOING TO UNIVERSITY Classification Paper Purpose: To write an essay in which you classify a topic of your choice into logical categories. The choices are limitless here; for example, you can classify your friends, classes, students, etc. Requirements: 1. Write creatively in your own personal voice. 2. Separate your topic into at least three logical categories. The categories can’t overlap. (For example, you can write about kinds of dates, ways to study for exams, kind of fans at a football game, etc., but you can’t write about kinds of drivers and […]
Advertising on American Youth In Module/Week 5, you will write a 1000-word (3–4-page) causal analysis essay in response to one of the following prompts: • Select an image(s) from an electronic source that exemplifies your position on the effect of television in American culture. Your argument must show that a cause-and-effect relationship does or does not exist between TV and behavior, health, intelligence, or morality, etc. • Select an image(s) from an electronic source that you think exemplifies your position on the effect of advertising on American youth. What do advertisements tell young people they should value? Argue a causal […]
The Writing Plan question 1. Write or update, and submit your writing plan. Include the minimum number of hours per week that you will devote to writing your dissertation, the tracking system for hours and activities for each week, strategies for time and task management, the timeline for completion of each quarter (refer to the Dissertation Student Process Worksheet), the timeline for completion of each chapter, barriers to managing your time, and the progress to date on your dissertation. question 2. (RETURNING STUDENTS) Describe iterations you make to your problem statement and research questions (if any). Explain the reason for […]