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Assignment 3: 10 Cs for Writing Effectively

Assignment 3: 10 Cs for Writing Effectively   

Review the email to Bobby Johnson found in Chapter 5 under the heading: “Choosing a Channel” in your textbook.   Write a three to four (3-4) page paper that answers the following: Identify the communication problems with the email.   Using the 10 Cs for Writing Effectively, rewrite the email.  

 

  Include: content, completeness, correctness, clarity, coherence, conciseness, connection, creativity, courtesy, and closure.  Identify which Cs you used where and how that changed the email in terms of the effectiveness. Identify the strategies used for composing a more effective message.

The format of the paper is to be as follows:

·         Typed, double-spaced, Times New Roman font (size 12), one-inch margins on all sides, APA format in a Microsoft Word document.

·         Use headers for each of the subjects being covered, followed by your response.

·         In addition to the three to four (3-4) pages required, a title page is to be included. The title page is to contain the title of the assignment, your name, the instructor’s name, the course title, and the date.

 

 

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How can we avoid thieves from this website?

Hello Everyone instructors and students

 

I would like everyone to know that on this website which is supposed to be help people with homework and stuffs, we need to be aware that some thieves are pretended to be professors or doctors and taking people money. I am a victim and I do not want other people to be a victims. First time I came to the homeworkmarket as a friend told me about it and this man Wills Ong’esa email address [email protected] which is his bussiness account with Paypal account charged me $60 for a 750 words and told me i was going to received it on June 27 and I pay since June 23 and yesterday June 30 and he keeps asking for $20 more because the work is overwelming. He insisted that I send him the $20 before I can have the paper send to me during the due June 30 and he told me to send him the money under friends and family so Paypal cannot make him return the money. Well I just finish writting my own paper and never heard from this guy. And his other email address that he used is [email protected] that’s the email he told people to send him money. So I will also post the receipt of all the transactions in case if someone think I made it up. See the attachments below

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College english level homework :requirement posted on two pages

https://www.cbc.ca/radio/the180/a-lottery-for-senators-it-s-time-to-question-google-s-algorithm-and-wind-chill-1.3898347/canadians-are-wrong-about-muslims-happiness-and-homosexuality-1.3898638

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Case Study: Cultural Competence

Assignment 2: Case Study: Cultural Competence

For this assignment, you will refer to the section “Course Case Study.” Reread the case study, looking specifically at issues related to cultural competence. Examine the ACA’s and APA’s ethical guidelines related to the issue of cultural competence and respond to the following:

•Describe the ethical issues related to cultural competence.

•Examine the influence of your own personal values as related to the diversity issues presented in this case. Reflect on how you felt as you read the case study, how your values came into play, and how you would handle your values in a situation such as this.

•Make recommendations based on your readings and the APA or ACA ethics codes.

•Be sure to apply specific ethical principles.

Save the paper as AU_PSY430_M2_A2_LastName_FirstInitial.doc and submit it to the M2 Assignment 2 Dropbox by Wednesday, October 8, 2014. Your response should be at least 2 pages long.

Assignment 2 Grading CriteriaMaximum Points

Described the ethical issues related to cultural competence.20

Explained how one’s own personal values relate to diversity in the case study.20

Made recommendations based on readings and the ethics codes.20

Applied specific ethical principles.20

Wrote in a clear, concise, and organized manner; demonstrated ethical scholarship in accurate representation and attribution of sources; and displayed accurate spelling, grammar, and punctuation.20

Total:100

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Book Reflection

  

LEAD 610 4-MAT Book Review Instructions

Pegues, Deborah S. Confronting Without Offending: Positive and Practical Steps to Resolving Conflict.

The 4-MAT REVIEW system is a way of responding to readings, lectures, and life experiences that requires the learner to interact with new ideas on several levels. 

Please use the following format in preparing 4-MAT Book Reviews: Abstract. Summarize what you have read,      boiling the book down into 400–600 words (no more than 2 pages). Prove you      comprehend the readings by writing a no-nonsense summary. The abstract is      not a commentary or listing of topics but rather an objective summary from      the reader’s viewpoint. Abstract equals “boiled down.” This section should      include a minimum of 2 footnotes*      to the text being reviewed. (*in      text citations if you are using APA style) Concrete Response. Get vulnerable! In no less than 250      words and no more than 1 page, relate a personal life experience that this      book triggered in your memory. Relate your story in first person,      describing action, and quoting exact words you remember hearing or saying.      In the teaching style of Jesus, this is a do-it-yourself parable, case      study, confession. You will remember almost nothing you have read unless      you make this critical, personal connection. What video memory began to      roll? This is your chance to tell your story and make new ideas your own.  Reflection. This      is the critical thinking part of the review (not critical in the sense of      negative, but in the sense of questioning). In no less than 250 words and      no more than 1 page, describe what questions pop up for you in response to      what you have read. Keep a rough-note sheet at hand as you read. Outsmart      the author by asking better questions than he/she raised in the book. Tell      how the author could have made the book better or more appealing to those      in your field of service. One way to begin this section is by stating what      bothered you most about the book. This is not a place to provide an      endorsement or affirmation of the book. Action. So what      are you going to do about it? In 400–600 words (no less than 1 page and no      more than 2 pages) provide 2 actions that describe what changes you are      going to make in your life, ministry, and/or work as a result of your      reading. Actions should be measurable and reveal a commitment to      specific time, specific people, and identified steps. Make sure the actions      are implemented between the time the review is submitted and Module/Week 8.      Discussion Board activity asks for you to reveal the results of one of      your actions.

APA style which includes title page, pagination, citations and Reference page.

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need to add 2 pages of work

turn it in report required with final work

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a presentation

see the file

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English Essay

  

English 102 Midterm Essay: 4 Options

Choose ONE of these four options—

OPTION 1 (Character Analysis): 

Assignment: Choose THREE different characters from three different works—one short story, one poem, and one play—COVERED IN CLASS. Comparison and contrast should certainly play a part. Using CITED examples and quotes from the chosen works, analyze the character(s) keeping the following criteria (not necessarily ALL of them) in mind:

• point of view

• roundness (vs. flatness)

• dynamism (vs. stasis—i.e., dynamic vs. static)

• involvement

• the limits/biases of their perspective (mental state, physical state, gender, race, etc.)

• setting (not just place, but time/history)

• symbolism/representation

Be especially sure to keep in mind how the author goes about bringing such details/revelations about a given character STYLISTICALLY.

OPTION 2 (The Gothic and Its Influence):

What is the typical gothic subject matter? The dark. The horrible. The grotesque. The mysterious…

In a nutshell, the persistence, threat, and resurfacing of PAST sins—that is, how they are hidden (“buried”) and perpetuated in the present (which often fools itself into thinking the influence of those past sins is dead, gone, and can no longer touch them).

How does this tend to manifest itself? Perversion, insanity, murder, sadism (persecution, torture), grotesquerie.

Keep in mind that gothic works have proven to be strongly and arguably universally influential in literature and others arts; works that might be considered less obviously gothic or not gothic at all often still utilize the tropes (thematic and stylistic patterns) of the Gothic.

Assignment: Compare the style and approach of how THREE different works COVERED IN CLASS that could be considered Gothic. Make sure that ONE of the works could arguably be a less obvious example than the other

OPTION 3 (Imagery): 

Refamiliarize yourself with CONNOTATION and IMAGERY (see pages 421-422, 431, 433, and 446).

Assignment: Discuss, via comparison and contrast, how WORD CHOICE and IMAGERY contribute to the common thematic goal of THREE different works—one short story, one poem, and one play—COVERED IN CLASS.

OPTION 4 (Archetypes):

Refamiliarize yourself with what an ARCHETYPE is; read it on pages 542-543 and 557 of your anthology.

Assignment: Consider an archetype discussed in class or argue for the existence of a particular new, undiscussed one of your naming. Discuss how THREE different works COVERED IN CLASS approach a similar archetype differently.

Length: 3 to 5 pages, MLA style

This is what individual anthology entries on your Works Cited page (completely separate page, with MLA-style pagination at top right) should look like: (the formula, then examples)

Last Name of Author, First and (if any) Middle Name of Author. Title of Work within

the Anthology (in quotation marks if a short story or a poem, underlined or 

italicized if a play). The Full Name of the Anthology (underlined or italicized) 

followed by the edition. Translator (Trans., only if the original work was not 

written in English; first name first; if more than one, alphabetical by last name). 

Editor (Ed., first name first; if more than one, alphabetical by last name). City 

of Publication: Publishing Company, Latest Copyright Date. Pages that the 

work occupies within the anthology (numbers only). Medium (“Print” or “Digital”).

(Notice how the entries are listed alphabetically according to the author’s last name, and how they are reverse indented; that is, indented the opposite of how you indent a paragraph, with only the first line NOT indented.)

Works Cited

Sophocles. Oedipus the King. Backpack Literature: An Introduction to Fiction,

Poetry, Drama, and Writing 5thed. Trans. Dudley Fitts and Robert Fitzgerald. Ed. 

Dana Gioia and X.J. Kennedy. Boston: Pearson, 2016. 690-732. Print.

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Thesis Statement and Outline

Complete this assignment after you have read Chapters 1, 2, and 3 in the free online textbook.   For all writing assignments, follow guidelines in the Purdue OWL:  Tips for Writing in North American Colleges: The Basics.  Click on the Thesis Statement and Outline file that is attached and use this document to complete this assignment.  Prepare a Thesis Statement and prepare an outline for your research paper.  This assignment will help you know what is important as you do you the research on your topic.  Please submit the Thesis Statement and Outline for grading at the Topic: Thesis Statement and Outline link above.  You can use the outline to help you as you prepare to complete the PowerPoint presentation on your topic.  Watch the video if you have questions about creating an outline.

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Informative Speech- Outline Template Attached

o Topic B: Employee of the Month | You have been given an award for“Employee of the Month” and must give an acceptance speech at an awards banquet. Deliver your speech of acceptance.

2) Create an outline or speaking notes in Microsoft Word.
o Download the Microsoft Word template in the “Assignment 4.1” section

located in Week 8 of your course.

o Structure and organize your speech so you’ll stay within the 2-minute time limit.

3) Submit the completed Microsoft Word template in Blackboard (this is separate from your speech/self-review).