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hw about diversity

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D 5 (kim Woods) only

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Create a PowerPoint presentation of 15-18 slides on effective fluency strategies

Create a PowerPoint presentation of 15-18 slides on effective fluency strategies. 1. Title and Reference slides are required. 2. Be sure to make your presentation attractive and visually stimulating using graphics and color schemes. 3. The presentation may be organized with headings, descriptions, bullets, etc. Your presentation should cover the following topics at a minimum: 1. The role of fluency within the five critical elements of reading 2. Research-based teaching strategies for fluency 3. The impact of fluency on reading comprehension 4. Differentiation of fluency instruction for ELL, SPED, and diverse learners 5. Assessments for fluency Additionally, include a summary or brochure that you could include with your presentation as a supplemental handout if you were presenting at a training or in-service. While there is no specific word count, your summary or brochure must include all required assignment topics. While APA format is not required for the body of this assignment, solid academic writing is expected and in-text citations and references should be presented using APA documentation guidelines, which can be found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. Along with the actual assignment, submit slide notes, background materials, etc. to the instructor. This assignment uses a grading rubric. Instructors will be using the rubric to grade the assignment; therefore, students should review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the assignment criteria and expectations for successful completion of the assignment.

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library research assignment on sports called – HISTORY OF CRICKET

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Read About Thesis Statement Development

 

Read About Thesis Statement Development

 

An essay’s thesis statement is very much like a paragraph’s topic sentence. As with the topic sentence, the thesis statement identifies the topic, along with the writer’s attitude, opinion, or point about the topic.

 

The thesis statement introduces the essay’s topic and the point about the topic. It should be a complete thought that provides direction for the essay, while previewing the essay’s main points. This statement is generally the last sentence of the introduction, preparing the reader for what is to come in the essay’s body.

 

Read more about thesis statement development:

 Creating a Thesis Statement (Links to an external site.) – The Owl at Purdue

https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/545/01/

  Thesis Statement (Links to an external site.) – Writer’s Web

http://writing2.richmond.edu/writing/wweb/thesis.html

This is a wide-open discussion on thesis statements. Answer each question in this discussion and post responses to several of your classmates’ opinions. If you have experienced reading material without a thesis statement, relate your experience. Likewise, if you have read something that was noticeable clear and the thesis statement is worth discussion, post the paragraph or essay to the discussion for your classmates’ review.

Thesis statement discussion questions…

 

Why is it important to have a thesis statement?

Why should you begin writing with a tentative thesis statement?

What happens to the reader when a writer does not include or improperly writes a thesis statement?

 

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Each of the following types of figurative language is used in the excerpt except __________. simile hyperbole personification allusion

Each of the following types of figurative language is used in the excerpt except __________.

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500 word paper Comm 103

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They Say, I Say English Help

Complete all the questions after the essay. Make sure to answer in paragraph /essay format.   

1. Identify the primary “they say” and “I say” statements in this essay. Why, according to Zeynep Tufekci, is the number of people participating in a protest no longer a reliable indica-tor of the strength of a movement? 

2.  What role, both short-term and long-term, does the author believe social media plays in the development of a protest movement? How does her discussion of the Women’s March toward the beginning and at the end of this essay fit into her argument? 

3.  In pargraph 13, Tufekci states, “more than ever before, the significance of a protest depends on what happens after-ward.” Why, in your view, does Tufekci then describe the Tea Party protests of 2009? 

4.  Tufekci focuses on the ability of technology to bring large groups of people together around a cause, but also argues that protests are not enough. How might danah boyd (pp. 219–29) respond to this claim? 

5.  Write a Facebook post inviting like-minded people to a protest march (devoted to a cause of your choice). In the post, describe your plan for the march and also for follow-up activities to take place after the march. 

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According to Cheeseman (2010), “Real property is immovable or attached to immovable land or buildings; whereas, personal property is movable.” (p. 754) Remember, specifically identifying something to be personal property in a contract of sale helps to define the property as real or personal. It does not mean it will always work in your favor; however, it does not hurt to have an agreement in writing before it becomes an issue.   Analyze the following scenario and answer the questions provided below:  Larry’s gaming outlet purchased John’s video rental store. A walkthrough was done prior to the closing and there were several items in the store. The seller, John, advised Larry, the buyer, that he would be taking items that were part of his inventory, and both the buyer and seller agreed they trusted each other to use common sense to remove only the appropriate items of personal property.   The day after the closing, Larry sent his manager, Sally, to start moving things in. She arrived to find everything gone—the place had been completely cleaned out. Sally called Larry to report that everything had been removed, and Larry called his attorney who immediately asked what real property was removed. Larry thought back to the walkthrough and listed the following items:  An overhead, built-in security camera system with an alarm.  A security walk-through “archway” with a high-pitched audible alarm previously used by the video store owner to detect any unauthorized videos from leaving the store.  Four, 73-inch high definition TV monitors used to deliver streaming video throughout the store.  An external speaker system tied into the four monitors that enabled the store owners to broadcast sales and advertisements.  A custom-built diesel powered generator capable of sustaining power for a minimum of seven days in the event of an intermittent power failure or an extended power outage in the area of the store.  A large display case built into the floor that held the cash register and was the first area customers would see as they entered the store.   Respond to the following questions:  1. Considering the definition of real property and personal property, how would you classify each item? Present your rationale based on the differences between personal and real property. 2. What questions would you ask Larry’s attorney concerning the sales agreement and the items? 3. If you were Larry, what options do you think you have at this time?   Submission Requirements:Submit your responses in a minimum of a three-page, double-spaced Microsoft Word document. Please make sure you include the title page and the reference page with the full course textbook reference as part of your submission. Cite sources in the APA format.  Adhere to Standard English grammar, spelling, and punctuation requirements. Use 12-point Arial font.