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    Rhetorical Analysis, A certain type of Persuasive Research.

    Rhetorical Analysis, A certain type of Persuasive Research.

    Paper details

    Is it possible for a rough draft of the essay to be sent to me on the 7th or 6th day and an outline before the 10th day? If it is, that would be great because my

    professor wants a proof that the essay is in the process of being made.

    This was the instruction given by my professor:
    • Be yourself. Use the pronoun, “I.” Use your own natural voice and style while still trying to write grammatically correct in “Standard American English.”
    • Don’t announce what you will do: DO NOT write, “In this essay I will tell about how…”
    • Refer to the source as a text, an essay, a reading, or an article but don’t call it a story.
    • When introducing a source, always use the author’s full name. After that, refer to him by his last name.
    • Put names of essays in “quotes” and names of books in italics.
    • At times, you might use dialogue (quotes that indicate speech) to make characters come alive.
    • When Citing from the 2 essay that was sent. My professor wants it to be like, quote from the essay reading then the page number it came from.
    • To avoid plagiarism, always include a reference to the source (author’s full name. After that, refer to him by his last name.

    Rhetorical Analysis refers to an examination and discussion of the techniques a writer uses to engage her audience and succeed in achieving her purpose (whether it’s

    to entertain or to instruct or to persuade). In short, in this essay, your purpose is to write about and critique someone else’s writing and her use of argument.
    Write an essay (with a beginning, a middle and an end) in which you examine the rhetorical techniques in two of the essays that I sent.

    Your purpose is to make a point about which essay is most appealing to you as a member of the audience and why. What is the writer’s goal in writing this essay? How

    does the writer appeal to her audience? Which essay uses the basic idea of rhetoric (ethos, pathos and logos) most effectively to achieve his goal and why are those

    techniques effective in achieving his goal? In short, present an analysis of two sources. Remember that at some time, you must introduce each essay by author and title

    and include summary/paraphrase which provides context to a larger pool of readers. Quote once from each of the two essays.

    To develop body of your essay: Think about how writers use special rhetorical techniques to influence you as you read.
    – How does he introduce the essay and why? What’s the hook? Is it interesting? Why?
    – What different types of evidence does he use and why?
    – How is the evidence organized and why does he do it this way? Can you recognize the use of narration, description, process analysis, comparison/contrast,

    classification or example? How do these modes engage you (or not) as a reader?
    – What’s the author’s tone (Ironic, Sarcastic, Humorous, and Sad)? Why?
    – Does the author ever use statistics or expert testimony? Why and How?
    – What technique does the writer use to conclude? Why?
    – When does the author use facts and research and when does he use personal experience or anecdotal evidence about other people? Why?
    – Does the author ever use emotion (pathos) to influence the reader?
    – Do you trust (ethos) the author? Why?
    – Do you ever find a place where you doubt the logic (logos) that the writer uses? Where? Why?
    – Does the author ever repeat ideas? Why? Is the repetition merely redundant or is there a good reason for the repetition?


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    Proposed report structure:

    Proposed report structure:

    Title page: Report title, authors name and abstract

    Executive summary: overview of subject matter, methods analysis, findings and recommendations

    Table of contents: list of numbered sections in report and the page number
    Introduction: terms of reference and outline of reports structure
    Scale of report, scope of the report and general recommendations

    Body of the report:
    The body section expands and develops the material in a logical and coherent manner, reflecting the structure outlined in the Introduction. It contains a description

    of the findings and a discussion of them.
    •    Analysis: Description of the current situation and the analysis of all the information previously provided, discussion on the topic without introducing new

    •    Detailed recommendation: a numbered list of recommendation as a possible solutions to the analyzed problems/ issues, these will be backed by justifications and

    •    Recommendations and specification for the implementation: identifying and proposing the guidelines for the implementation of the project

    *(What were the most significant findings or factors involved in the topic/ problem?
    •    Did the findings support the theory?
    •     Have you found some disagreement with the theory?
    Did you uncover any unexpected or new issues that need to be considered?)*

    Conclusion: States the major inferences that can be drawn from the discussion and make recommendations

    Reference: list of material used for research of report, following the APA guidelines.

    Appendix: information that supports the analysis.


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    A research brief and a research proposal

    A research brief and a research proposal

    Write the research brief for the following business scenario.  Include in your brief the key business issue and what the company is hoping to achieve by conducting the

    research project.  Consider all the relevant variables within the Marketing Mix that the research agency would need to know about.
    Write a research proposal as if it had been written by a UK market research agency.  You will need to demonstrate your understanding of the brief, and then design a

    method that you feel will meet the research objectives.  You will be given extra marks for describing possible alternative methods / samples etc. and the reasons why

    you are not recommending them


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    Contemporary Hospitality Industry

    Contemporary Hospitality Industry

    see the attached files:
    1. assignment brief – please adhere strictly to ALL instructions, Please read the Learning Objectives requirements and comply.
    2 document with guidelines for task 1 (please note that the order is for the complete assignment so please work on all the tasks, please use the bibliography

    suggested, it is really important, please use UK not US English in this assignment. Please note the deadline for task 1 is on the 8th of November and for the rest of

    the assignment it is 21 of November. Please adhere closely to all the instruction as there will be not much chance for revision.  Please provide references also from

    online resources and specialized journals (not provided in suggested bibliography) Please make sure the references are provided in alphabetical order



    Must explain what i understand by the term of hospitality.
    One of ( already referenced  )definitions:
    The Hospitality Industry consists of all those businesess operations which provide for their customers any combination of the three core services of food, drink, and

    ( Knowles T (1998 ) Hospitality Management. An Introduction. Harlow FT Pearson )
    bla, bla – and then put it in your words, what you understand by term of hospitality.

    This have to be made in form of Spider Chart.
    Below – what spider chart is:

    Hospitality Industry to be placed in the centre of spider net.
    Then from the center arrow towards it’s main ingredients, which are:

    Accomodation, Food Industry, Drink Industry.

    Accomodation consists of:

    Self catering ( hostels, camp sides, caravans, apartments )
    Serviced ( hotels, B,B, Motels, etc )
    Friends and relatives

    Food consists of:

    Commercial ( restaurants, fast food, take aways, cafes, etc )
    Non Commercial ( schools, prisons, hospitals, travelling – ships, planes )


    Alcoholic ( bars, clubs, pubs, etc )
    Non alcoholic

    Then, another few arrows straight from Hospitality Industry:

    Developments – ( arrow ) Recent, and ( arrow ) potential.


    Staffing – ( arrow ) – Management, and ( arrow ) Operational.


    Food Safety
    Licensing Registration
    Health and Safety

    Give 2 names of businesess for each kategory. Names of existing companies pls.

    As it stands in Assignment Brief. Must folow instructions straight. Choose 3 names of organisations from the list briefed.

    As listed. Pls explain what organisational structure is, and then discuss every all types of ownership/structure, with named examples of each type of business.

    Please use example of business. I really need it to reach what we call ‘excellent assignment’ level – means  seriously discuss advantages, and disadvantages of this


    Take it seriously. Pls analize, assess TWO businesess, considering many aspects of requirements within. Compare and Contrast. Justify each conclusion.

    I think it’s all pretty clear in Assignment Brief. Just follow directions.

    Conclusion – i need it to be ‘well justified’

    Assignment Front Sheet

    Qualification    Unit Number and Title
    Pearson BTEC Level 5 HND Diploma in Hospitality Management    HNHM 101:The Contemporary Hospitality Industry   (Level 5)   (15 credits)
    Student Name     Assessor    Internal Verifier

    Date issued    Task 1 Submission Date    Task 2 Submission Date
    Assignment title    An in-depth Analysis of the British Hospitality Industry today
    Learning Outcome    Assessment Criteria    In this assignment you will have the opportunity to present evidence that shows you are able to:     Task no

    (Page no)
    LO1 The learner will understand the current structure of the hospitality industry
    1.1    Analyse the current scale, scope and diversity of the hospitality industry     1
    1.2    Discuss the organisational structure of different hospitality organisations     1
    1.3    Assess the role of hospitality related organisations and professional bodies     1
    LO2 The learner will understand staffing in the hospitality industry
    2.1    Assess the staffing requirements of different hospitality industries     1
    2.2    Discuss the roles, responsibilities and qualification requirements for hospitality staff     1
    LO3 The learner will understand recent developments affecting hospitality
    3.1    Analyse operational, managerial and legislative issues resulting from recent developments affecting the hospitality industry     2
    3.2    Discuss the current image of the hospitality industry    2
    LO4  The learner will be able recognise potential trends and developments in hospitality
    4.1    Present justified predictions for trends and developments in hospitality
    4.2    Produce an impact analysis for the predicted trends and developments     2
    Learner declaration

    I certify that the work submitted for this assignment is my own and research sources are fully acknowledged.

    Student signature:                                                                      Date:

    Evidence Required
    Task 1 – individual written report
    Task 2 – group oral presentation with Power Point slides

    In addition to the above Pass Criteria, this assignment gives you opportunity to submit evidence in order to achieve the following MERIT and DISTINCTION grades
    Grade Descriptor    Indicative characteristic/s    Contextualisation

    M1 Identify and apply strategies to find appropriate solutions
    Complex problems with more than one variable have been explored.

    To achieve M1:
    Discussions about hospitality changes and developments are analytical, based on good research and reach sound conclusions.  They consider a range of relevant, inter-

    related factors and use specific examples to illustrate points made.
    (Task 2)

    M2 Select/design and apply appropriate methods/techniques
    A range of sources of information has been used.

    To achieve M2:
    A range of relevant sources of information is used
    Range in this context means range in quantity and variety. At this level, you should cite and refer to 10 or more resources (for tasks 1 and 2 combined) from a variety

    of sources including books, Internet, journals, etc.
    This is shown by clear on-page citation and a bibliography in the Harvard format in both the written report and on the PowerPoint slides.
    It is recognised that the contemporary nature of this assignment will result in the Internet being a major source of information.
    (Tasks 1 & 2)

    M3 Present and communicate appropriate findings
    The appropriate structure and approach has been used.

    To achieve M3:
    The written report is in an appropriate academic report format, i.e. in impersonal academic language, and well structured, with contents page, introduction and

    The work is neatly and professionally presented, maintaining the highest academic and professional standard.  It has been checked for spelling errors.
    The oral presentation is well structured and logically presented.  PowerPoint is well used to aid your presentation.
    All tasks are submitted on time.
    (Tasks 1 & 2)

    In addition to the above Pass Criteria, this assignment gives you opportunity to submit evidence in order to achieve the following MERIT and DISTINCTION grades
    Grade Descriptor    Indicative characteristic/s    Contextualisation

    D1  Use critical reflection to evaluate own work and justify valid conclusion
    Conclusions have been arrived at through synthesis of ideas and have been justified.

    To achieve D1:
    Conclusions for the report and presentation are summative, well justified, come directly from the student’s analysis and include critical evaluation.
    Evaluation of the significance of future impacts provides evidence of critical reflection.
    (Tasks 1 & 2)

    D2  Take responsibility for managing and organising activities
    Activities have been managed.
    To achieve D2:
    The student has demonstrated an effective approach to independent research and study throughout this assignment, so ideas in the report and the presentation are well-

    developed, clear and logical, demonstrating independent thinking.
    There is evidence that the whole assignment has been well planned and completed to a high standard.
    The student has regularly attended (80%) and contributed to class sessions.
    (Tasks 1 & 2)

    D3  Demonstrate convergent / lateral / creative thinking
    Self-evaluation has taken place

    To achieve D3:
    The self-evaluation shows the student’s ability to deeply reflect upon their learning experience by identifying strengths and areas for improvement in relation to the

    Contemporary Hospitality Industry unit.
    Evaluations of hospitality trends and developments demonstrate in-depth thinking and understanding throughout the oral presentation.
    (Task 2)

    Assignment Brief
    Purpose of the assignment:
    The purpose of the assignment is to help you to gain a broad overview of the hospitality industry today.  You will need to carry out your own research for this report

    using a range of sources, which may include your personal experience of the hospitality industry.

    Task 1: An overview of the structure and staffing of the hospitality industry today.
    (LO 1, LO 2: 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 2.1, 2.2 and M2, M3, D1 & D2) – Due week 9

    The findings from task 1 should be submitted in a written report with an introduction at the beginning and a conclusion at the end. The suggested word length for this

    report is 2,000 – 2,500 words, excluding any appendices.  Include a bibliography in the Harvard referencing format.  Make sure you write your name on your report and

    number all the pages.

    Your report should be structured as follows:
    a.    Introduction, which includes your explanation of what you understand by the term “hospitality industry”.
    b.    Your own spider chart analysing the range of businesses that comprise the hospitality industry, based on the Standard Industrial Classification of the

    industries that embrace hospitality.  Include 2 named examples for each type of business and a short paragraph about each type of business, analysing its main

    c.    Select three hospitality related organisations / professional bodies from the following list: People 1st, British Hospitality Association, Institute of

    Hospitality, British Institute of Innkeepers and Springboard UK.  Assess the role of each, including the importance of each organisation to the UK hospitality

    industry, using information from a range of sources.
    d.    Explain what is meant by the term organisational structure.  Discuss the difference in organisational structure between owner-managed, group-managed and

    group-franchised hospitality businesses, with named examples of each type of business.
    e.    Choose a case study business – either a hotel, restaurant or bar you have worked for or a major international hospitality chain.  Discuss that business’s

    internal organisational or staffing structure.  An excellent assignment will evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of this structure for the case study business.
    f.    An assessment of the staffing requirements of two different hospitality businesses: e.g. a high-class event catering company, a burger bar, a budget hotel, a

    small luxury hotel, a pub and a coffee shop. This assessment should compare and contrast the requirements of each of these businesses.  An excellent assignment will

    have all points well justified.
    g.    Choose four of the following hospitality jobs – chef, waiter/waitress, bar manager, food and beverage manager, restaurant manager, receptionist, housekeeper,

    hotel manager, human resources manager.  For each job, give examples of companies employees are likely to work for, explain what qualifications are likely to be

    required, and discuss what the main roles and responsibilities are likely to be.
    h.    A conclusion to the report which summarises your learning and evaluates the importance of the hospitality industry in Britain today.  Excellent conclusions

    have well justified points.

    For M2 citations are clearly present and the bibliography is in the Harvard referencing format.
    For M3 the report is well structured, written in impersonal academic language without errors.
    For D1 the conclusion is in depth, well justified, demonstrates independent thinking and comes directly from your own analysis.
    For D2 there is evidence of independent research and critical evaluation of the structure and staffing of hospitality businesses.  In addition, this task is submitted

    on time.

    Task 2: Trends and Development Case Study – Oral Presentation – Due week 9
    (LO 3, LO 4: 3.1, 3.2, 4.1, 4.2, and M1, M2, M3, D1, D2, D3)

    The findings from task 2 should be presented as an oral presentation.  Presentation slides (with a bibliography and self-evaluation) need to be submitted.

    You should work in groups of two or three to select the topic and prepare for task 2.  All team members must contribute to the preparation of all assessment criteria

    and delivery of the oral presentation.  This presentation should be illustrated by PowerPoint slides.
    Your investigation of trends and developments may be in the industry generally or in one sector of the industry with which you are familiar.  You will examine recent

    developments in the hospitality industry and possible trends which may well affect it in the future.

    Suitable topics include:
    ?    Food and Drink Trends, e.g. eating out trends, sourcing (local, seasonal, organic, etc.), globalisation, food safety legislation & management, licensing, etc.
    ?    General Developments, e.g. branding, internationalisation, increasing competition, niche markets, legislation, finance, new business opportunities, etc.
    ?    Sustainability Developments, e.g. green issues, impact of environmental legislation, impact of market forces, socio-cultural issues, discrimination, influence

    of politics, etc.
    ?    Technology Trends, e.g. new applications for marketing, booking & billing, improving guest experience, improving security, etc., as well as e-commerce


    Give a 25-30 minute oral presentation on the specified date about trends and developments in your selected hospitality industry topic.

    Your presentation should include the following:
    a.    An introduction, which includes a brief description of some recent developments in your selected hospitality industry topic over the past ten years.
    b.    Analysis of the role that relevant legislation has had in these developments.
    c.    Analysis of the impact of these developments on operations and strategic management in the hospitality industry today.  Analysis of impacts is justified and

    based on research in a good presentation. An excellent analysis is critical and shows in-depth thinking.
    d.    Discussion of the current image of the hospitality industry generally, using research to compare different views of the industry.
    e.    Prediction of some major potential trends and developments that you expect to have an important impact on future management of the hospitality industry.  These

    predictions must be justified.  Good justification of predictions is made with reference to published material.  Excellent justifications show that effective research

    has been undertaken.
    f.    An impact analysis, i.e. identification of the positive and negative impacts of these changes on the hospitality industry.  An excellent presentation includes

    critical evaluation of their significance to the hospitality industry of the future.
    g.    A conclusion which brings together all that you have learnt.  Excellent conclusions show original thinking and are well-justified.

    For M1 discussions about trends and developments are analytical, based on good research from a range of sources and show how different factors and influences are

    For M2 citations are clearly present and the bibliography is in the Harvard referencing format.
    For M3 the presentation is well structured, logically presented and well aided by visual media.
    For D1 the conclusion is in depth and comes directly from your own reflective critical thinking.
    For D2 there is evidence of independent research leading to logically developed analysis of the hospitality industry.  The task is submitted on time and attendance is

    at least 80% overall.
    For D3 there is in-depth evaluation of both what you have learnt and how you have learnt it, both individually and working as a group, with recommendations for future


    Guidelines for assignment submission

    The assignment has TWO TASKS.   Please read BOTH TASKS carefully.
    Each task has its own submission date.  Please submit assignment tasks ON TIME.
    Both tasks MUST be submitted on time to be considered for MERIT grade.
    The attendance percentage and participation in class tutorials will contribute towards the achievement of DISTINCTION grade.
    All assignments will be subject to PLAGIARISM checks.  PLAGIARISM is a serious academic offence and will automatically lead to ACADEMIC MISCONDUCT PROCEDURES.

    In the event of COLLUSION (similar/identical submissions) please note that both students will automatically be subject to ACADEMIC MISCONDUCT PROCEDURES.
    When IPADS/TABLETS/MACS are used please make sure documents are saved as .doc. Otherwise the submission will not be valid and may not be marked.

    Writing Guidelines
    Your evidence for assessment must be handed in with a signed learner declaration.
    Make sure that all required Learning Outcomes and Assessment Criteria are covered in the assignment.  You must hand in individual work for assessment for all

    Written reports must be word-processed report and should use Times New Roman / Arial font and font size 12. Use 1.0 or 1.5 line spacing.  Please ensure that

    all pages of your report are numbered and identify your name, ID number and unit number.
    You should use your own words and ideas as much as possible.  There must be no plagiarism (see above for consequences)
    You must include a BIBLIOGRAPHY of all sources used for the whole assignment, such as books journals, websites, class handouts, etc. The bibliography should be

    in the Harvard referencing format and show use of a wide range of sources of up-to-date relevant material.  (See the college guidelines for how to reference

    Ensure that citations, referencing and bibliography fully acknowledge all sources.  All ideas, quotes, tables, pictures, diagrams, etc. from books, journals or

    the Internet must be identified and clearly cited on the same page.
    Wikipedia and similar sources must not be used as an academic reference.
    Analyse: Break an issue into its constituent parts. Look in depth at each part using supporting arguments and evidence for and against as well as how these interrelate

    to one another.
    Assess:  Evaluate or weigh up the importance, drawing on evidence from a range of sources.
    Critically evaluate: Give your verdict as to what extent a statement or findings within a piece of research are true, or to what extent you agree with them. Provide

    evidence taken from a wide range of sources which both agree with and contradict an argument. Come to a final conclusion, basing your decision on what you judge to be

    the most important factors and justify how you have made your choice.
    Discuss: Outline competing points of view; weighing up arguments for and against; drawing on evidence and considering implications.


    Essential Reading

    Knowles, T. ( 1998 )Hospitality Management, an Introduction. Harlow. FT Pearson.

    Further Reading

    Boella, M. & Pannett, A ( 1999 ) Principles of Hospitality Law. London: Continuum.

    Davis, B. Lockwood, A., Pantellis, I. And Alcott, P ( 2008 ) Food and Beverage Management. Oxford: Butterworth Heinemann.

    Medlik, S. & Ingram, H. ( 2000 ) The Business of Hotels. Oxford: Butterworth Heinemann.

    Walker, J.R. ( 2007 ) An Introduction to Hospitality Management. New Jersey: Pearson.

    Websites of Hospitality Related Organisation

    British Association of Hospitality Accountants –
    British Beer and Pub Association –
    British Franchise Association –
    British Hospitality Association –
    British Institute of Inkeeping –
    The Caterer –
    Food Standards Agency –
    Institute of Hospitality –
    International Hotel and Restaurant Association –
    People 1 st –
    Springboard Charitable Trust and Springboard UK –
    Wine and Spirit Education Trust –


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    Report to the senior partner.

    Report to the senior partner.


    You have been infor
    med by the senior partner of your audit firm that you are to be in charge of
    a new client,
    LTD, for the audit of
    the year ended 30 June
    . The company is engaged in the import of fabrics from India and the manufacture and
    ing of
    . The company turnover is approximately £
    ,000,000 and it has a work
    force of about 150. The company has grown from a small family owned business to a highly
    successful company over the last 10 years. Currently, it has one warehouse and
    ufacturing location in
    st London. This will be the only c
    your firm has in
    the clothing industry.
    As the manager for this audit, you arrange a meeting with Richard
    , the CEO of
    LTD, in order to familiarise yoursel
    f with the company’s operations. From
    your meeting, you discover the following:
    The company’s Board of Directors is comprised of three family members from the
    family, (the business owners); two close business associates/friends of the family; and two
    respected members of the
    business community.
    The financial statements of the company show a steady decrease in profit over the last
    two years, mainly because of reducing sales volumes. Richard attributes this to slipping
    market share of the compa
    ny as smaller sized competitors are increasingly encroaching
    on its customer base.
    In response to the “Kate effect” Comfort Pregnancy Wear Ltd wants to be ready to
    manufacture copies of
    any maternity clothing worn by
    he Duch
    ess of Cambridge
    her pr
    Richard is anticipating new business arising from this contract and has
    taken on 20 new staff
    to carry out this extra work. The company
    has also rented an
    additional warehouse for storage, close to the existing premises.
    Over the last 18 months t
    he accounts department has experienced a high turnover of
    staff, with most ex

    staff joining the company’s competitors who have more attractive pay
    packages. Therefore, of the 15 accounts staff, only the financial controller and
    management accountant have b
    een with the company for more than two years.
    The purchasing system at
    LTD was automated during
    the period being audited. Purchase orders are now generated automatically by the
    computerised inventory system when inventory falls belo
    w a given level. However, this
    system is not working well because it uses complicated purchasing and production
    models, making it difficult to use, hence many manual adjustments are required. So far
    only two
    of the production manager’s clerical sta
    ff are able to use it. As a result,
    sometimes the items ordered are delivered late or in the wrong quantities. In addition, the
    system takes up a lot of space on the company server and is causing problems in other
    In terms of record keeping, the
    most comprehensive records maintained within the
    company are the sales records, which are reconciled and reviewed weekly by the chief
    accountant together with sales manager. However, production figures and inventory
    figures are not reviewed as diligently.
    Stock taking is done periodically throughout the year
    and not at the year

    Draft a report to the Senior Partner of your audit firm, in which you:
    Identify the key business risks
    LTD faces and the
    possible conseque
    nces and suggest how these risks could be mitigated. (
    20 Marks
    Describe the information you will seek, and procedures you will perform, during the
    planning and risk assessment phase of the audit
    in accordance with ISA 315
    ‘Obtaining an
    of the entity and its environment and assessing the risks of material
    . (
    30 Marks
    Describe the tests of controls you would plan for (and why) in order to obtain sufficient
    appropriate evidence concerning purchases. (
    20 marks
    Explain the
    substantive audit procedures you would perform to obtain reasonable
    assurance about the validity of the inventory figure in the financial statements of
    LTD. (
    20 marks
    90 marks


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    Computer Networking/IT (Windows)

    Computer Networking/IT (Windows)

    Case #3-1: Distributing a Line of Business App

    Actions for Case #3-1: Distributing a Line of Business App

    Lee Jensen, owner of a large manufacturing company on the West Coast, recently approved the purchase and installation of 50 Windows 8 Enterprise desktops for his

    organization. A month earlier, the company installed 25 Windows 8 Professional client computers. All the computers are part of the Windows 2012 Active Directory domain

    The company has a Line of Business app called jenMax it would like to make available to its internal employees via the Windows Store. He has asked you to research the

    process and requirements and report back. What are the potential issues/recommendations you should bring to his attention?

    Authentication and Authorization

    Actions for Authentication and Authorization

    What is authentication?
    What is authorization?
    Provide examples of when you use each.

    Case #3-2: Disabling Windows Store Auto-Update

    Actions for Case #3-2: Disabling Windows Store Auto-Update

    You have 50 Windows 8 Enterprise client computers on your network that are joined to the company’s Active Directory domain. You have several Group Policy objects

    linked to the domain including one GPO that has the “Turn off Automatic Download of updates” option set to Enabled. You open the Local Group Policy editor on one of

    the Windows 8 Enterprise client computers, navigate to the “Turn off Automatic Download of updates” option, and set it to Disabled. What would happen if you made this



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    Intro To poetry

    Intro To poetry

    Project description
    I.Paper two will be an interdisciplinary analysis of one poem of your choice. This poem will have been written after 1700 CE, creating the option to write on anything

    from an ancient poem to an early modern work. Length and Format Requirements
    A.2-3 Pages
    B.MLA, APA or Chicago format is acceptable (most students choose MLA)
    C.All papers must be submitted as .doc/.docx (Microsoft Word) files.
    D.All papers must be submitted in the drop box titled Paper 1 Drop Box on, or before the specified due date.
    A.Select a poem that is interesting to you
    1.If you plan to use very short poems (such as Haiku, or selections from the Tao Te Ching), several poems may be used to lend necessary substance to the paper.
    2.If you plan to use a very long poem, or epic (such as The Odyssey), select specific passages for your analysis, so as not to make your workload too heavy for a short

    B.Select a theme in the poem that is transferable, or has meaning beyond the poem itself. Examples:
    1.Political Philosophy in vs. 3, 17 & 80 of the Tao Te Ching
    2.Romantic Love in a Shakespearean Sonnet
    3.Leadership Qualities in selected passages from The Odyssey
    4.Gender roles in American Colonial Poetry
    C.Make a tentative argument (thesis statement, or claim) that references both the poem and the theme. Ex: Verses 3, 17 and 80 of the Tao Te Ching illustrate the

    philosophy that any government will best achieve its goals by being less authoritarian and more harmonious in its dealings with the people.
    D.Conduct some research in support of your claim.
    1.Use the library databases ( JSTOR and Ebscos Academic Search Complete (check boxes for peer-reviewed content and full text on Ebsco) are the

    2.Find peer-reviewed articles (1 or 2) that are related to your theme and claim.
    3.Remember that these sources do not need to be about the poem just the theme.
    E.Make an outline that references both the poem and the article to establish an organizational plan for the paper.
    F.Write the paper! (In proper format)
    G.Include the following elements:
    1.Short Introductory Paragraph (last sentence of this is the thesis statement)
    2.Organized body text
    a.Cite the poem
    b.Cite the additional source
    3.Conclusion (This is not a restatement of the introduction. Conclusions and introductions are different, just ask the dictionary!)


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    Below is a list of grades received by a 12th grade math class for their final exam. Properly organize the data using a method of your choosing and then calculate the

    measures of central tendency, variability, and position. Be sure to show all your work and draw a conclusion from your results. Use the information in your readings

    for this lesson as a starting point, although you are encouraged to use other resources as well. Make sure that you properly cite any resources used.
    778890918684827558627375 Step 2 Add notes.
    Add presenter’s notes to each slide of the presentation that include talking points and details. Expand on the information provided on each slide in detail as if you

    were presenting this information to your peers in a traditional classroom setting.


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    Choose two works of art from the Cleveland Museum of art to write about for this question. Both works must date from the period in question (30,000 BCE to CE 1300).

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    Choose two works of art from the Cleveland Museum of art to write about for this question. Both works must date from the period in question (30,000 BCE to CE 1300).

    One work should be among the most beautiful that you can find in the collections at the CMA and the other should be one which of little appeal to you. In discussing

    these two works, indicate why you feel the way that you do about them by considering the visual elements in the works ( lines, shapes, colors, textures, etc.) and the

    work’s subject matter and intended functions.


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    Marketing essay

    Marketing essay


    The suggestion that organisations should focus on the needs and wants of their customers – and of consumers more generally – may be thought of as one of marketing’s

    more prominent achievements.
    Critically discuss this notion by making particular reference to some of the strategic challenges potentially arising from an organisation.
    However, not focusing sufficiently on consumer needs and not placing a strong emphasis on the current needs of consumers.


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