This paper is the culmination of your research project, in which you are examining a current issue or event in the news from the perspective of your field of study. Before publishing your paper, you will have chosen a topic, developed a research question, and identified several potential sources in an annotated bibliography. You should write on the same topic for this paper, unless your professor has asked you to make changes to your topic. As you write your paper, be sure to include the following: an introductory paragraph that includes your thesis statement. The introduction is meant to engage your readers and orient them to the topic, and the thesis statement should clearly state your position or central claim to be supported in the body of your paper. any definition of terms or background information that your reader is likely to need to understand your paper focused body paragraphs that begin with topic sentences and use transitions as needed. This is where you will support the thesis using arguments and evidence. Use the sentence outline you developed in class to guide you. a concluding paragraph that reiterates the thesis, summarizes key points of the paper, and leaves the reader with the “So what?” an APA reference list that includes all of the sources cited in the text of the paper, in alphabetical order Research is a key element of this paper. Take care to support your claims with research throughout the paper. Include APA in-text citations whenever you use sources, whether through quote, paraphrase, or summary. Language Choices As a writer, you are free to decide how you use language, keeping the following in mind: style: your language choices should result in a consistent writing style that is purposeful and aligned with your goals readability: your language choices should ensure that your ideas are clear and easy to follow When composing your assignment, think about the conventions for academic writing, including: punctuation: this includes things such as recommended use of commas, colons, and apostrophes. word-level accuracy: this includes things such as capitalization, spelling, word-tense, and usage. sentence-level accuracy: this includes things such as sentence boundaries, subject-verb agreement, and pronoun-antecedent agreement. Take time to review your language choices after you’ve published your assignment. Think about your goals for the style of this writing and your own writing habits (like using “text-speak,” omitting capitalization, or writing sentence fragments). Revise as necessary to accomplish your style and readability goals. Reading your writing aloud is a helpful technique when reviewing your language choices for style and readability. This paper calls for an academic style, which most frequently involves third person point of view. Second person “you” is seldom used in academic writing. First person “I” is best restricted to discussions of your personal experience or involvement with the research topic or your role of as the researcher. Not all research papers will will include these discussions. First person statements of opinion (“I believe,” “I would say,” etc.) may weaken your claims. Instead, state your position without these phrases, and provide evidence. Length and Format This paper should be at least 2000 words, including references. Incorporate these elements of APA style: Use one-inch margins. Double space. Use a consistent, easy-to-read font between 10-point and 12-point. Include a title page with the title of your paper, your name, and the name of your school.
You will plan an outbound trip to a foreign destination of your choice. I CHOOSE GREECE. Select a category of foreign travel for your trip. These categories are offered: 1. Heritage and Cultural Tourism -Museums, art or music -History, battlefields or religion -Study – attend college for a semester or year abroad, perform research 2.Entertainment, Sports and Recreation Tourism -Hosteling, B&B or backpacking -Hotels or guided tours -Sun, sand or surf 3. Environmental Tourism -Natural areas : Ecotourism, Adventure Tourism -Volunteering short stay (2 +/- weeks) or long-stay (2 +/- years) Then prepare a short powerpoint presentation about the country and your trip: What organizations are involved in your destination and internationally in the area of tourism you picked? How can you prepare for your trip? What does the State Department say regarding travel advisories in that country? What can you expect? What do you need to know in terms of cultural do’s, taboos or differences? How will you get around? Where will you stay? Find at least 2 articles for your project, 2 books, and interview one person in the country, or someone who has traveled there.
respond to one of the writing prompts below. Each post should include a topic sentence, supporting details, two or more direct quotations, and commentary to explain how the quotes support your ideas. The post should be 200-300 words, so edit carefully. No Works Cited page required.
Write in present tense and use formal language. Avoid first or second person pronouns. Put titles of short stories in quotation marks. For example, “We Real Cool.” Cite short-fiction by the author’s last name and page number. For example, (Brooks 5-7). Identify the author and title in the first sentence of your post.
Writing prompt : Why is the mother in Theodore Roethke “My Papa’s Waltz” is so unhappy?
Answer two of the following questions: (Be specific, mention particular examples, but do not re-tell the story, be analytical!)
1. How does this story address fate, destiny, and luck?
2. What does this story show us about mistakes and intentions?
3. What about love? (who loves whom, what characters do for love, assumptions about love, etc)
4. What purpose does Fantine’s story serve, in reference to the entirety of the story? Is it like a fairy tale, beware of wolves, type of warning? Is it like Medieval Morality Tales? Or is it just bad luck? Look what can happen, and we have no control over it?
5. How responsible is Jean Valjean for Fantine’s situation? (Do you agree with the level of responsibility the story attributes to him?)
6. Why did the Monseigneur let Jean Valjean off the hook? Christian brotherhood? Belief in humankind? Was there something he saw in Valjean that made him think he was a “good person” who had had bad luck? Can/should we distinguish the individual person (monseigneur) from the institution of the Church?
7. How are we supposed to view Javert’s suicide? Why does he commit suicide? Does his experience with Jean Valjean show that people can change?
8. Is Éponine’s sacrifice a martyrdom? Does it stem from despair? Or from belief in the cause?
9. The film seems to portray the cause as an important one, and the youth as having integrity and courage, yet, historically, it was a completely failed effort? What should we make of that? (make sure to read The history (Links to an external site.) )
10. Music: lyrics and tune (what message is sent?) How do the songs help tell the story? Consider the tunes and the lyrics. Which tunes are the same or similar? How does that connect those pieces?
As always, the assignment requires well-written paragraphs, with topic sentences and evidence supporting your idea. (about 300 word answers, and indicate which question you are answering by using the number I assigned it above.)
Read through all of the questions in the back of the book and consider them for yourself. You can also find them here. Below are a few of them for you to choose between. Answer two of the following, thoroughly. Write 250-350 words, and indicate which question you are answering by using the number below. Explain your reasoning in depth, and try to draw connections between Purple Hibiscus and other works we have read/viewed this semester.
1. Amaka says, “Uncle Eugene is not a bad man, really. . . . People have problems, people make mistakes” [p. 251]. Is he in fact a “bad man”? Why does he violently abuse his wife and children? What good deeds does he perform? How can his generosity and political integrity coexist with his religious intolerance?
2. Eugene boasts that his Kambili and Jaja are “not like those loud children people are raising these days, with no home training and no fear of God”; to which Ade Coker replies: “Imagine what the Standard would be if we were all quiet” [p. 58]. Why is quiet obedience a questionable virtue in a country where the truth needs to be spoken? In what ways is the refusal to be quiet dangerous?
3. What kind of man is Papa-Nnukwu? What are his most appealing qualities? What do the things he prays for say about his character? Why has his son disowned him so completely?
4. Why does Kambili’s mother keep returning to her husband, even after he beats her so badly that he causes a miscarriage, and even after he nearly kills Kambili? How does she justify her husband’s behavior? How should she be judged for poisoning her husband?
5. How does Father Amadi bring Kambili to life? Why is her relationship with him so important to her sense of herself?
6. Jaja questions why Jesus had to be sacrificed, “Why did He have to murder his own son so we would be saved? Why didn’t He just go ahead and save us?” [p. 289] And yet, Jaja sacrifices himself to save his mother from prison. Why does he do this? Should this be understood as a Christian sacrifice or a simple act of compassion and bravery?
7. What does the novel as a whole say about the nature of religion? About the relationship between belief and behavior? (and then think further about identity, belief; think also about the article by Scott Peck at the beginning of the semester, religion and world view)
8. Why does Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie end the novel with an image of rain clouds? What are the implications of Kambili feeling that the clouds hung so low she “could reach out and squeeze the moisture from them”? What is the meaning of the novel’s very simple final sentence: “The new rains will come down soon”? (think about what we talked about with The Tempest and weather)
5 page research paper with the prompt being —– What can be done to help prevent burnout at school/work? (think larger organizational solutions and not just individual actions).
Need —– 2 Two academic or scholarly sources (print or digital) Need —– 3 Three popular and/or multimedia sources (including newspapers, magazines, books, podcasts, documentaries, interviews, etc.) Also If you need more clarification refer to the pdf.
“give an account of causes and changes in settlement and moving patterns nationally and internationally and discuss opportunities, challenges and consequences of migration”
Hi it is required two build solar powered two switch non-invertering buck-boost converter and maximum power point tracking system using matlab or typhoon hill and a explanation how it works..
PLEASE USE SRS TEMPLATE ATTACHED FOR THE ASSIGNMENT. You are employed as a systems engineer at Millennia HealthCenter (MHC), an organization in the healthcare industry that offers patient care in person and online. MHC will be implementing a new software system within the next three years, and you are the systems engineer leading the project. The software system that Millennia HealthCenter currently uses has several problems, as described in the business case document (see Supporting Materials section). MHC’s technical problems are reducing efficiencies, accuracies, and the quality of patient care. The vision and the ultimate goal of MHC is to effectively improve the patient’s health and well-being through innovative approaches in health information technology. The question is: as a systems engineer on this project, how will you design a new system to improve the patient’s experience? To design a new system to sustain the vision of MHC, you will create a system requirements specification (SRS) document. The SRS will determine all aspects of the system that need to be considered prior to the start of the development process, from the perspective of the stakeholders. As you create this document, you will also have to make ethical decisions that consider legal, organizational, and industry considerations. Directions Review all of the details of the software system outlined in the business case. Be sure to read through the entire case. You will refer to its specifics throughout your SRS, and you do not want to miss any important information. Also in the Supporting Materials section: Watch all of the interviews with the stakeholders who will be using the software system once it is implemented. Review the codes of ethics for the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) and the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). Review the security guidelines regarding the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) regulations. Read the Workflow of Existing System and Processes document. Download the System Requirements Specification Template, and develop its content. Fill out the sections in the template that apply to the specific system that is described in the scenario. If you believe that a section does not apply to the system within the scenario, enter “Does not apply.” Provide a brief rationale as to why you believe that the section does not apply. Your system requirements specification must include: An introduction, which may include: System purpose System scope System overview System context System functions User characteristics A description of functional system requirements that clearly explains how the functionality addresses the problem statement within the business case and meets the organizational vision A description of the non-functional requirements, which includes: Usability requirements Performance requirements A description of other requirements, which may include: System interface System operations System modes and states Physical characteristics Environmental conditions As you complete these sections of your SRS, pay particular attention to the interviews with stakeholders referred to in the Supporting Materials section of this document. Since you do not have access to the actual end users and other stakeholders of the system, you may use your judgment in specifying the precise nature of the capabilities that the users will need. If you have questions about system functions, you should research the nature of the user’s work, and you may also want to use your instructor as a resource. As you develop the SRS, you will demonstrate how to make ethical decisions. Your SRS must also include: An explanation of the system security requirements, which includes how the system will need to sustain proper levels of security A section on information management requirements, which determines how the system will need to manage and encrypt information between its databases, interaction with other systems, and interfaces, while considering the ethics of privacy An explanation as to how the system must comply with organizational and federal policies and regulations requirements (e.g., HIPAA compliance) An application of the ethical considerations throughout the SRS by addressing the codes of ethics for ACM and IEEE
For this assignment, you will choose a cluster of 3 characters to analyze within the context of the play in relation to the ALAS question “What is Justice”
Your essay will need to include the following:
an introductory paragraph with a thesis with a strong argument about how these three characters together show you something new about your chosen Big Question that applies to Shakespeare’s world but also to our lives today
at least 3 body paragraphs each covering strong textual evidence with proper documentation and analysis
a conclusion that examines how these ideas are relevant to how we do or should live today
correct sentence structure and punctuation.
See the rubric below to see how the grade breakdown works.
I have attached the rubric and an essay planner in the files section they wanted us to use to construct the essay if that could be filled in also. If not I will fill it in after the essay is done
watch the YouTube video about The theory of supply-side economics and post your response https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XglYBwYT5Ps