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Assignment #1: “Code of Conduct Memo – Draft”
You are a manager at a call center. The company frowns upon phone calls and texting during work hours. You have looked the other way a few times, but it has started to get out of hand. You need to write a memo reminding everyone that private phone and text message use on company time is viewed as a violation of the companys code of ethics.
Write a 1-page memo in which you address the situation, emphasizing the violation of the companys code of conduct. In your document, you should:
Ensure the memo is clear and brief. Choose language to match the purpose and tone for the situation and audience. Format the memo accurately and according to the details in the textbook. Create an effective opening that establishes goodwill without obscuring the message.
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; citations and references must follow APA or school-specific format. Check with your professor for any additional instructions. Include a cover page containing the title of the assignment, the students name, the professors name, the course title, and the date. The cover page and the reference page are not included in the required assignment page length.
The specific course learning outcomes associated with this assignment are:
Illustrate the relationship between how audience characteristics match the context of technical writing.
Explain ideas in proper format using accurate details and relevant examples. Employ correct Edited Standard Written English (ESWE). Use technology and information resources to research issues in technical writing. Write clearly and concisely about technical writing using proper writing mechanics.
Grading for this assignment will be based on answer quality, logic/organization of the paper, and language and writing skills, using the following rubric.
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Discussion Post Two: Getting Acquainted
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This is one of the preliminary assignments for the course; if you do not complete both parts of this assignment by the due dates, you will be dropped from the class for inactive participation.
We will have multiple discussion posts throughout the semester. Discussions in Eagle Online are just one place that we demonstrate critical thinking and writing.
Discussions usually involve you making an original post, and then responding to at least two other people by a certain deadline.
Most discussions will be evaluated based on the rubric that follows.
For your post:
Part One: (200+ words due by 11:59pm, Monday, December 16, 2019) Who Are You, and How Do You Write?
For the first part of the assignment, I’d like you to briefly think about two things, one academic and one more personal:
First, share with us some of your reading and writing strategies. Do you have any? Use this part of the post to tell us anything you’d like about your attitudes toward writing at the college level. Here are some questions to get you thinking: How do you tackle completing a writing assignment for college? What’s your process? Or, do you have one? Are you an outliner? Procrastinator? Drafter? What’s your biggest challenge in writing the academic essay? What kinds of experiences have you had with writing academic essays?
Second, as a way for us to get to know each other, think of completing the sentence, “When I participate in our next class discussion, I’d like everyone to think, ‘Oh, that’s the person who _________________.'” Then briefly explain why you would want us to think of you in that way.
Some of you will have a very straightforward response here; others may have much more to say. Some may want to pick a funny detail, hobby they like, or noteworthy aspect of their personality. Others will want to say several things about themselves. It’s very much up to you.
Post a 200-word minimum response to the Discussion Board by 11:59pm, Monday, December 16, 2019. Please write your preferred name at the end of the post, so we’ll know what to call you. Your username may not reflect how you’d like to be addressed.
Remember that I do NOT want to see abbreviations or text-message language anywhere in these discussion posts. These are class assignments.
Title: PRESENTATION speak note -ryan
Paper type; Coursework
Paper format; Other – (Check Instructions)
Course level; High School
Subject Area; Other (Not listed)
# pages; 1 ( or 300 words Minimum)
Spacing; Double Spacing
# sources; 0
I have a presentation assignment speak note that is about 3-5 mins long, below are the requirement and handout. Thank you so much.
choose from 2. or 3.
Readings: Compact Guide, Preface, chs 1-2
Instructions: After completing the assigned readings, answer the question under “Plotting the Metanarrative of Scripture.” Use this information in order to create a Metanarrative Map.
Be creative in your effort! Here is what your Metanarrative Map needs to include: Names of 8 canonical units in order. Names of all biblical books found in each canonical unit (Hint: Use your Bible). An indication of how each canonical unit contributes to the metanarrative.
Print this assignment, attach your Metanarrative Map to this homework assignment, and submit both in class. Rubric
Create a 2 – 3 slide presentation to highlight the main points of your Media Effects Case Study on the Background of Time Magazine. Your presentation may be created using Microsoft® PowerPoint®.. Various template designs are available online to assist with the creation of a presentation.
Grant and Lee: A study in Contrasts
4. After carefully studying paragraphs 4 through 16, describe the pattern of organization Catton uses to present his discussion.
5.What new means of development begins in paragraph 13?
9.How does Catton avoid the choppy seesaw effect as he compares and contrasts his subjects? Point out ways in which Catton makes a smooth transition from point to point.
Look ahead at the Final Film Critique (Week Five) and review the instructions carefully. Use this time to prepare for the completion of your project. Review the feedback from your Week Two and Week Three assignments and integrate the suggested changes. Be sure to reach out to your instructor if you have questions.
Throughout this course, you have been writing essays and participating in discussion forums that analyze various elements of film such as theme, cinematic techniques, and genre. It is now time to combine those elements into a comprehensive analysis of one movie.
You will be completing this assignment in two stages. For the first stage (1500 to 1800 words), you will analyze an entire movie. In the second stage (300 to 600 words), you will reflect on how you analyzed the movie as well as how your ability to analyze film in general has evolved.
You are encouraged to incorporate writing from your Week Two and Week Three assignments if (a) you have reflected on the instructors feedback, (b) you have revised the relevant parts of the essays accordingly, and (c) the essays discuss the same film that you discuss here.
Stage 1: Analysis
For this stage, you will be analyzing a movie selected from the AFI’s 10 Top 10 list. The film you choose can be one that you have previously analyzed in this course. While you are allowed to choose a film that does not come from the AFI lists, you are strongly encouraged to email your professor to receive approval before doing so.
The analysis portion of your paper should be 1500 to 1800 words in length. You should analyze the film through the lens of one of the broad theories you have learned about in class (auteur theory, genre theory, formalist theory). Your analysis must address four main areas (contextual information, story/plot, aesthetic choices, and social/personal impact) and how these areas work together to develop the theme of the movie. As you construct your analysis, assume that your reader is not familiar with this film. Use your analysis to explain to your reader why they should watch this film.
In addition to the film you are analyzing, you must use three scholarly sources to support your arguments. Refer to the ENG225 Research Guide in the Ashford University Library for guidance and to locate your sources. Cite your sources (including the feature-length film) within the text of your paper and on the reference page. Cite your sources according to APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center .
Your analysis must address the following components (noted in bold below):Contextual Information In this area, you will provide some of the basic identifying information of the film. This includes:TitleDirector, cinematographer, major actors/actresses. Be sure to describe their roles in the overall design process.Year of releaseType of film (blockbuster, indie, documentary, etc.)GenreStory/Plot In this area, you should offer a brief summary of the film, and then show how it was deployed in the narrative structure of the film. Explain the difference between the films story and its plot. This area can be addressed as a separate paragraph, or can be threaded throughout your analysis of the film.Aesthetic Choices In this area, you will assess the efficacy of specific techniques and design elements employed in the film as they apply to the overarching narrative and theme of the film. These elements include:Mise en scène (e.g., lighting, sound, composition of frame, costuming, etc.)Editing (e.g., cuts and transitions, shots used, angles, etc.)Technology (i.e., analyze the impact of any notable technological effects: film stock, targeted release venue, special effects, etc.)Social/Personal Impact In this area, you will critically address the following questions:What impact did this film have on society (i.e., politically or culturally, positive or negative)? The impact can be as major as inspiring political or social changes or as minor as inspiring the production of toys or lunchboxes.How did society affect this film (i.e., what currents in society led to the creation of the film)?If you are unable to find any information about the social impact of the film, explain the personal impact it has had on you.
Note: Not every bullet point under the four listed components will necessarily apply to your movie. However, you will still need to discuss each of the four main components thoroughly, which means that you may need to explain a concept even if it cant be directly applied to your movie.
Your paper should be organized around a thesis statement that clarifies what you will attempt to accomplish in your paper, and how you will proceed. Additionally, you must conclude with a restatement of the thesis and a conclusion paragraph.
Stage 2: Reflection
After completing your movie analysis, you will reflect on the analysis process and how you have learned to more thoroughly analyze film as well as how rigorous study of film enhances your development as a student and thinker. In this 300- to 600-word reflection, review your initial post from the Post Your Introduction discussion in Week One, and consider how your ability to analyze movies has changed or grown. Append your reflection to the analysis portion of your paper and submit as one document. Your reflection should be personal and exploratory in nature.
Address the following questions in your reflection:What can be gained through analyzing film?How has this changed the way you view movies?How are you able to use film theory and criticism to find and interpret meaning in movies?In what ways has this course changed your understanding of how movies are related to society?What skills have you developed during this course, and how might those skills be applied to your major, profession, and/or life?
The Final Film CritiqueMust be one document that is 1800 to 2400 words in length, comprised of a 1500- to 1800-word film analysis and a 300- to 600-word reflection.Must include a separate title and reference page, and be formatted according to APA style as outlined in Ashford Writing Center .Must include a title page with the following:Title of paperStudents nameCourse name and numberInstructors nameDate submittedMust begin with an introductory paragraph that has a succinct thesis statement.Must address the topic of the paper with critical thought.Must end with a conclusion that reaffirms your thesis.Must use at least three scholarly sources (reviews, articles, or book chapters) other than the textbook to support your points. Refer to the ENG225 Research Guide for guidance.Must document all sources in APA style, as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center.Must include a separate reference page that is formatted according to APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center.
i have the essay already same topic and every thing just need some edit on
2 pages and half + conclusion
and make it in your way