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    biodiversity

    biodiversity

    College Biology
    Paper details

    In this writing assignment, the student will expand on the discussion on “Newly Discovered Species” and explain why the presence of such biodiversity on Earth is

    important for all organisms, including humans. There are thousands of species on this Earth and exploring the great amount of differences in organisms will set the

    basis for the next module on how all these organisms can work together in an ecosystem.

    Read the article: Biello, D. (2012). “How biodiversity keeps earth alive.” Scientific American. http://www.scientificamerican.com/article/how-biodiversity-keeps-

    earth-alive/. After completing the reading, write a short essay on the following: Discuss four reasons biodiversity is beneficial for other organisms. Be sure to

    provide at least two academic references in your essay.

    Be sure to structure your essay to include an introductory paragraph, paragraphs discussing your answers to the questions asked, and a conclusion paragraph. Submit

    your file as a .rtf or .doc document into the Dropbox.

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    Essay, Visual Arts and Film Studies

    Essay, Visual Arts and Film Studies
    Photography quizz

    Project description
    Quiz Chapter 1 & 2
    VA1421
    Beginning Photography

    1.What part of the human body is the camera like?
    2.If you mix equal amounts of red, green, and blue, what is the result?
    3.The total number of colors that the eye can perceive is not known for certain. Current research suggests a number from 2.3 million to 10 million different colors.

    True or False
    4.Define Dynamic range.
    5.Photographers use a different way to measure light, though. Every time the amount of light in a scene doubles, photographers say that the scene has brightened by one

    stop, or f-stop. Conversely, if you cut the amount of light in a scene in half, then the scene has darkened by one stop. Every doubling or halving of light is measured

    as one stop. True or False
    6.The digital camera market is divided into two major categories: Name them.
    7.SLR, What is it?
    8.Should you drop your camera? And how can you avoid doing so?
    9.What does A or AF. usually designated on the side of a SLR lens?
    10. Define focal length.
    11. What is a diopter?
    12.How do you focus and shoot?
    13.List 4 modes on your Camera control dial.
    14.When shooting Portraits never get close to your subjects. True or False
    15.Getting down low (Photographically speaking) is especially important when?
    16.Should you pay attention to the background in an image? And why?
    17.What is backlighting? When can you use it effectively?

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    Coursework, Finance and Accounting

    Coursework, Finance and Accounting
    Chapter 13 | Real Estate | Video Review | Article

    Project description
    Watch the all of the videos in your online account with Dave Ramsey.
    Write an article including the following:

    Introduction that tells me some of your story and why the information on the videos matter to you.

    For each video, give me a good summary of the content including the principles and concepts that were discussed in each video.

    Organize your article as if it is a professional report.
    Apply some simple formatting so that your article is easy to read and professional in appearance. Here are a few simple suggestions that will make it easy for you to

    receive the full 30 points for your assignment:
    Give your article a Title (be a little creative if you like)

    Use a subtitle to describe the main ideas that were most helpful or meaningful to you as you watched the videos.
    Use bullets or numbering when making a list

    Bold font, italics, and highlighting words or sentences help to make these sentences stand out and that means I’m far more likely to focus on those words, sentences,

    and paragraphs.

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    Design Documentation: Analysis and Development

    Research Paper, Architecture
    Design Documentation: Analysis and Development

    Project description
    PLEASE ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS BELOW !!!! I will attach slideshows to help answer the questions.

    Are architects required to do cost estimates according to AIA standard form agreements? If so, during which phases of design?

    What is the architects liability in construction cost estimating according to AIA standard agreements? Can architects be held responsible for inaccurate estimates?

    What are the 3 main methods of cost estimating and what are their relative advantages and disadvantages?

    During what design phase would an Area/ Volume estimate be made? During what design phase would a Subsystem/ Assembly estimate be made? During what phase would a

    Quantity Survey method be used?

    What is a Project Budget vs. a Bricks-and-Mortar Budget?

    What is the CSI Masterformat and what does it have to do with estimating and specifications?

    In a typical set Project Construction Documents what information takes precedent over the other (which are more important) – the Drawings and 3D model, or the

    Specifications. What are Specifiactions.

    What are 3 key factors in controlling overall construction cost?

    What is Life Cycle cost estimating?

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    Research Paper, Architecture
    Design Documentation: Analysis and Development
    Project description
    PLEASE ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS BELOW !!!! I will attach slideshows to help answer the questions.

    Are architects required to do cost estimates according to AIA standard form agreements? If so, during which phases of design?
    What is the architects liability in construction cost estimating according to AIA standard agreements? Can architects be held responsible for inaccurate estimates?
    What are the 3 main methods of cost estimating and what are their relative advantages and disadvantages?
    During what design phase would an Area/ Volume estimate be made? During what design phase would a Subsystem/ Assembly estimate be made? During what phase would a

    Quantity Survey method be used?

    What is a Project Budget vs. a Bricks-and-Mortar Budget?
    What is the CSI Masterformat and what does it have to do with estimating and specifications?
    In a typical set Project Construction Documents what information takes precedent over the other (which are more important) – the Drawings and 3D model, or the

    Specifications. What are Specifiactions.
    What are 3 key factors in controlling overall construction cost?

    What is Life Cycle cost estimating?
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    How Technical Communication Textbooks Fail Engineering Students

    Assignment, English
    How Technical Communication Textbooks Fail Engineering Students

    D

    Project description
    this message from my professor pls do the second one he do not want it in word he want it in a blog. pls follow the instruction and the attach files:

    You are receiving this email because you did not attend your scheduled meeting on Thursday. You have the opportunity to make-up the 10 points for class participation

    that were deducted from your class participation grade.

    Your assignment is as follows:

    Create a podcast: approximately two minutes long in mp3 format

    or a

    blog: approximately 500 words (on WordPress.org, WordPress.com, blogger.com, etc.) DO NOT write it out in WORD and hand it in to me.

    This messege from the proffesor pls follow the rule

    Find and discuss the article for your blog or podcast:
    Cox, Monica F. and Cekic, Osman, Engineering Professionalsaaa Expectations of Undergraduate Engineering Students, Leadership and Management in Engineering, April 2012,

    pps. 60-70.

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    Course journal

    Essay, English
    Course journal

    Project description
    Your course journal should be completed already, because it was assigned as part of each lesson. Before you prepare the file and turn in your journal, read through it

    and make sure its presented in a way that will be easily understood by your instructor. Remember, the emphasis is on its content (your thought processes and ideas,

    rather than structure and con- ventions), but it still must be understandable.
    Review the Course Journal Evaluation Chart, which will be used to grade your exam. Because the journal counts as 33 percent of your final grade, its important to make

    sure you include all 15 entries in the required format and with the necessary content.
    The journal assignments require you to think on paper rather than demonstrate polished writing. Each entry is rated for the completeness of the assigned task, as well

    as the depth and breadth of thought. Your goal is to demonstrate quality of thinking, rather than to produce a certain quantity of words (never write words just to

    have words). Consider your journal the place where you interact with yourself in an animated, thought-provoking written conversation (on which the instructor then

    eavesdrops).
    Six Levels of Intellectual Thinking
    To become familiar with the kinds of thinking that show learning, study the types of thinking below. Theyre based on Blooms revised taxonomy, which defines six levels

    of intellec- tual thinking. The levels begin with the lowest or easiest type of thinking and move to the highest or most complex level. Your assignments will

    concentrate on the higher levels of thinking.
    Remembering. Recall or recognize relevant information. Understanding. Explain the meaning of what youve learned. Applying. Use what youve learned in a different

    context.Analyzing. Break what youve learned into parts, and relate each part to the others and to an overall purpose.
    Evaluating. Justify your decision or choice according to certain criteria (either your own or some specified set).
    Creating. Develop something original; put together what youve learned in a new way.
    Essays must be typed, using a standard 12-point font and left justification. Use 1-inch margins at the top and bottom and 1.25-inch margins for the left and right

    sides of the document. Single- space your journal entries, using double-spacing only between entries. (See page 9 of your study guide for more instructions.) Each page

    must have a properly formatted header containing your name, student number, exam number, page number, mailing address, and e-mail address (see page 6 for an example).

    Name each document using your student number first, then the six-digit lesson number, and finally your last name (for example, 23456789_050177 Doe). Save each as File

    Type: Rich Text Format, regardless of your word-processing program.

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    6 DIRECT QUOTATIONS ASSIGNMENT

    Assignment, English
    Research Paper

    Project description
    6 DIRECT QUOTATIONS ASSIGNMENT

    DEADLINE FOR THIS ASSIGNMENT IS NOV. 19

    Submit as an attachment to the Dropbox by clicking this link: RP #1: Direct Quotations

    I. WRITE 6 DIRECT QUOTATIONS with MLA CITING AND EXPLANATIONS from your research for this assignment.

    A. In this Unit, see my documents: How to Use Direct Quotations and Summaries, Documenting Sources and In-text Parenthetical Citations, and MLA Style Works Cited.
    B. These quotations and the summaries from the research assignment become EVIDENCE in your essay to support your thesis and topic ideas.
    C. SEE TEXT Information to read:
    1. Accurate quotations pages 708-10
    2. In-text Citations pages 238, 241-42
    3. Sources information pages 669-71
    4. MLA style pages 725-31, 742-44
    5. Sample Works Cited page 751 -52
    6. See “How to Quote” pages 232-238.
    7. MLA Format for writing a Research Paper pages A1-A3.

    IV. WRITE 6 DIRECT QUOTATIONS with MLA CITING AND EXPLANATIONS for YOUR RPS EVIDENCE:

    A. Direct quotations are important passages you select from your research sources, which support your ideas and convince the reader that you are knowledgeable about

    the topic.

    B. These direct quotations are inserted into your paragraphs as EVIDENCE when you start drafting your long essay.

    C. Direct quotations as evidence should include facts, expert testimony with their names and titles, specifics, statistics, examples, percentages, numbers, dates,

    interviews, comparisons, and other important information.

    D. Use the Rubric for Research Paper in content and in Doc Sharing as a guideline for writing your draft, and use the RP OUTLINE also in content.

    E. Direct quotations should not be selected from Wikipedia, blogs, or from sources which do not have an author or authors. That is, not everything you search on Google

    or the Internet is appropriate although by reading these sources, you obtain background knowledge to write from.

    F. Quotations should be from reliable sources in academic databases such as Infotrac and Newsbank, which you access through your college’s library or through the

    Kansas [or your own state] Card Library online through your local library. [As a college student, you can access the library off-campus. Email or call your colleges

    librarian for assistance.]

    G. Use parenthetical citing after quotations with writers or writers names and page number/s. (Allende and Lanier 220-22).

    H. Quotations should be written exactly as in the text where you get them.

    I. Note-taking as your research: Print out articles if possible. Highlight or underline sections which you think are important and may want to use as your direct

    quotations.

    J. Be finicky about the quotations you choose to write because they transfer to paragraphs in RP and are your EVIDENCE.

    K. By choosing good quotations for this assignment, you will not have to go back and do more research later while drafting your essay.

    V. HOW TO COMPLETE THE 6 QUOTATIONS ASSIGNMENT: See example below.

    A. A. Create a box for the article from a magazine or journal or book, and write an MLA style entry. This will be an entry in your Works Cited.

    B. B. Introduce the direct quotation with a signal or key phrase such as: Toni Morrison in her book Racism and Teaching at Princeton: My Life as a Professor asserts,

    Teaching at a predominantly white university as an African-American has its challenges (145).

    C. C. Add your direct quotation of a few to several sentences. At the end of the quotation, add parenthetical citation: (145). Here you only add the page since you

    introduced the writers name like Toni Morrison in the signal phrase.

    D. D. Finally, add an explanation of 2-3 sentences to connect your quotation to your topic. This is your analysis or explanation or interpretation, which is the

    nitty-gritty of writing about what you are reading and which is evidence to support your ideas.

    E. E. Avoid writing: ” I think this quote means or I think this is saying. . . .”

    F. F. For this assignment, you will complete 1-4 SIX times.

    Here is an EXAMPLE of a direct quotation with citing, pages, and explanation for the assignment.

    1. Direct Quotation from Researched Article in the Journal of Popular Culture:

    DeMello, Margo. Not Just for Bikers Anymore: Popular Representations of American Tattooing. Journal of Popular Culture 29 (1995): 37-50.
    Popular Art and Culture Online. Web. 10 Apr. 2013.

    2 and 3. QUOTATION WITH “SIGNAL OR KEY PHRASE” AND MLA CITATION [with page]:

    Margo DeMello declares, Tattooing has moved from being a symbol of societys outcasts to a symbol of rock stars, models, and todays youth. With a shift in public

    perception has come a shift in meaning as well, as tattooing moves from stigma to status symbol (49).

    4. TWO-THREE SENTENCE EXPLANATION:

    Those who chose to be tattooed are no longer from the fringes of society but instead are people who want to stray from rigid rules and others expectations. In this

    way, getting a tattoo is making an individual statement to not be bound by how our culture expects us to look and to act. A tattoo symbolizes a persons personality and

    a way to adorn the body.

    #2 Quotation from the magazine New Republic: Repeat A, B, C, and D.

    1.

    Franz, Anna. For My Country. New Republic 5 Sept. 2009: 1-10. Slate.com.
    Web. 12 Nov. 2013.

    [You can use underlining or italics for names of journals, magazines, websites]

    2 and 3. INCLUDE DIRECT QUOTATION WITH SIGNAL PHRASE AND MLA CITATION:

    4. ADD TWO-THREE SENTENCE EXPLANATION:

    REPEAT for #3, #4, #5, #6 Quotations from Research.

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    THESIS AND RESEARCH PAPER OUTLINE

    Assignment, English
    Thesis and Outline

    Project description
    THESIS AND RESEARCH PAPER OUTLINE

    DEADLINE: NOV. 20

    Complete an outline with thesis by writing sentences or phrases for each part of the outline.

    Submit to Dropbox here: RP Thesis and Outline

    Use your book and article summaries, your direct quotations, and what you have learned through reading and writing your essays to organize your RP ideas by an outline.

    1. How you categorize your essays topic are the divisions for this outline. Think of reasons, categories, and causes and effects to organize your body paragraphs.

    Because of _______ [causes], the result is _____________. For example : The effect or result is homelessness, and the causes are unemployment, the recession, mental

    illness, lack of education or training, and post-traumatic stress syndrome. As you read your research, you should also note the chapter titles in the book or the

    articles for ideas on how to categorize your ideas. Your thesis is divided into these categories.

    2. You will need to limit your topic to 2 to 4 effects or reaons in a paper of this length.

    3. This outline is just a guide. You can add or subtract from the outline, change the order, or use your own planning ideas to complete the argumentative essay.

    I. INTRODUCTION — 1-2 paragraphs

    A. Engage reader with opening remarks or personal statements, an anecdote, and /or personal comments.

    B. THESIS STATEMENT [claim] divided into categories or sub-topics for organization

    C. Background information to your topic or issue.

    D. Definitions of key terms

    E. Introduce important people or experts in this subject if you have read their writing.

    F. Optional: a direct quotation.

    G. End with a rhetorical question, which your essay will answer optional.

    H. Add a concluding sentence, or a sentence to connect to the next paragraph.

    II. BODY: First Main Point: Each point will be a reason or cause of why the topic is important. For example: The effect is homelessness. Your first main point is that

    unemployment or being laid off causes homelessness. This is the topic sentence for your first cause in this section of the body of the essay. It may take you one or

    more paragraphs to discuss this cause.

    Every paragraph of the body includes cited evidence.

    A. TOPIC SENTENCE reason or cause or result

    B. Include EVIDENCE: specifics, data, details, statistics, etc. . . . See Rubric in Doc Sharing for Scoring Guide.

    C. Follow direct quotation/summary pattern:

    1. Introduce or set up the ideas of the quotation or summary from your note-taking.

    2. Avoid: This quotation states . . or I think this is saying. . . or This means that. . .

    [If possible, give the experts name and her/his expertise, title, or credential to begin quote in a signal phrase.]

    3. Write the quotation or summary

    4. Add MLA citing (38) — if you use a signal phrase to introduce writer/s — or (Lopez 38).

    5. Explain / interpret WHY or how this evidence is important to the paragraphs main idea in 3+ sentences.

    That is, connect your introductory sentences to the quotations words [evidence] to the explanation by using key words and ideas.

    D. Transitions, such as for example, however, as a result, consequently, secondly, therefore, nevertheless. . .

    E. Do not over-quote in your paragraphs. The approximate ratio of quoting to your writing is about 25-30% quotations to 70-75% [approximately] your writing and

    explanations.

    F. Never end a paragraph with a quotation.

    G. Conclude or segue to next paragraph.

    III. BODY: Second Main Point: 1-3 paragraphs to discuss this point.

    A. TOPIC SENTENCE reason or cause or result #2

    B. Include EVIDENCE: Specifics, data, details, statistics, etc. . . . to support your topic sentence your thesiss categories/divisions.

    C. Follow direct quotation/summary pattern:

    1. Introduce or set up the ideas in the quotation

    2. Avoid: This quotation states . . or I think this is saying. . . or This means that. . .

    3. Write the quotation/summary

    4. Add MLA citing

    5. Explain / interpret WHY or how this quotation is important to the paragraphs main idea in 3+ sentences.

    That is, connect your introductory sentences to the quotations words [evidence] to the explanation by using key words or ideas.

    D. Transitions

    E. Do not over-quote in your paragraphs.

    F. Conclude or segue to next paragraph.

    IV. BODY: Third main point

    A. TOPIC SENTENCE reason or cause or result

    B. Include EVIDENCE: specifics, data, statistics, details, etc. . . .

    C. Follow direct quotation/summary pattern:

    1. Introduce or set up the ideas in the quotation

    2. Avoid stating, I think this quotation means. . . or I think this is saying. . .

    3. Write the quotation

    4. Add MLA citing,

    5. Explain / interpret WHY or how this quotation / summary is important to the paragraphs main idea in 3+ sentences.

    That is, connect your introductory sentences to the evidence]to the explanation by using key words or ideas.

    D. Transitions

    E. Do not over-quote in your paragraphs.

    F. Conclude or segue to next paragraph.

    [You could have a 4th main point if needed.]

    V.CONCLUSION: 1 or 2 paragraphs

    A. Restatement of thesis in a different way.

    B. Review your RPs ideas in a brief summary

    C. Suggestions:

    1. EXPLAIN importance of topic to you

    2. Add a personal anecdote

    3. Include a direct quotation

    4. Propose a solution/s

    5. Make a call to action or protest.

    6. Make universal statement as the topic applies to the US or to people in general
    FYI, PLEASE MAKE THIS THESIS AND OUTLINE BASED OFF THE TOPIC HOW DOES THE VIETNAM WAR AND GOLF AFFECT AMERICA.

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    Coursework, Statistics

    Coursework, Statistics
    assigment

    Project description
    This assignment requires a paper, excel spreadsheet and powerpoint presentation. please see details below.

    Review the two inferential statistics and findings (Attached, papers and spreadsheets) incorporate the best elements into one inferential statistics and findings paper

    and spreadsheet.
    aNote the strengths and weaknesses
    aWhere there are differences, collaborate with your team to find the best approach.
    aRevise the tables or figures
    aProvide a Description or interpretation of the tables or figures
    aSummary of the results of testing the null hypothesis, with a clear statement whether or not the null hypothesis was rejected
    aAnswers to the research questions
    aConclusions that were derived from this study
    oAn inconclusive result is acceptable for this project. Should that be the case, suggest potential future research efforts and a new research questions that might

    provide more definitive results.
    aRecommendations based on the results
    aObservations (reflection) on the business problem and its solution
    aResearch challenges your team experienced in this study
    aSteps to minimize challenges in future research
    aSuggested future research based on your research results, challenges, and implications
    Develop a Microsoft PowerPoint presentation with 10 slides that includes the following elements:
    aOverall picture of the research process
    aSummary of the research results including specific answers to the research question
    aSummary of the challenges, implications, and recommendations
    Submit the Business Research Report, Microsoft Excel spreadsheet, and Microsoft PowerPoint presentation.

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    SERVICE ENCOUNTERS

    SERVICE ENCOUNTERS

    SERVICE ENCOUNTERS    ASSIGNMENT
    REMEMBER    TO    ATTACH    THE    GRADING    RUBRIC        (SEPARATE    FILE    UNDER    “ASSIGNMENTS”)
    TO    YOUR    FIRST    AND    FINAL    DRAFT.    CHECK    OFF    EACH    OF    THE    POINTS    ON    THE    RUBRIC.
    DRAFTS    WITHOUT    GRADING    RUBRIC    WILL    NOT    BE    ACCEPTED.
    This    assignment    involves    submitting    two    drafts    of    the    paper.    The    requirements    for    the    first
    draft    and    the    second    draft    are    the    same.    First    draft    must    include    all    the    components    of    the
    assignment.    It has    to    be    prepared    after    conducting    your    observation.
    “Service Encounters”    project is    modeled    on Bailey’s    research presented    in his paper,
    “Communication    of    Respect    in    Interethnic    Service    Encounters,” which    you    can    find    in    the
    “Readings”    folder    under    “content”    on    BBLearn.    Re-read the            Bailey’spaperbeforestarting
    theproject.
    The    first    draft    is    due    in    class    on    October    23.    The    final    draft is    due    in    class    on    November
    4th.    Maximum    credit    available for    the    first    draft    is    40    points.    Any    points    over    40    points
    allowed    for    the    first    draft    will    be    credited    as    bonus    points. Maximum    credit    available    for
    the    final    draft is    50    points.    In    order    to    be    graded, the paper needs to be edited for clarity
    and    grammatical    and    typographic    errors. Plan    on    consulting the Writing Center to    get
    five bonus    points    !!! Even    best    writing    can    be    improved. Set    up    an    appointment    to    work
    individually    with    a    tutor    at    the North or    South    Student    Learning Center
    The project involves following steps:
    (1) Conduct careful    observation    of    “service encounter” type    of    interactions in    a
    real world setting
    Select a setting such as convenience store, cafeteria or Starbucks, open    to    the    public.
    Select    time    when    there    is    not    much    traffic    so    that    people    are    not    too    rushed.    Observe
    and    describe    in your notes four interactions    between    the attendant and customer.    At
    least    three    of    the    conversations    should    involve    either    the    customer    or the service person
    introducing a    topic    not    directly    related    to    the    business transaction    at hand, such    as    in
    these hypothetical exchanges:
    EXAMPLE I
    1. Attendant:    Will    that    be    it?
    2. Customer:        Yeah.    I    haven’t    seen    you    for    a    while?
    3. Attendant:    Would    you    like    any    cash    back?
    4. Customer:    Nope.
    5. Attendant:    Thanks    for    shopping at    Walgreens
    EXAMPLE II
    1. Attendant:    Will    that    be    it?
    2. Customer:        Yeah.    I    haven’t    seen    you    for    a    while?
    3. Attendant:    I    know,    I    went    to see    my    boyfriend    in    Hawaii
    4. Customer:    That’s    great.    Good    to    have    you    back,    though
    5. Attendant:    I’m    glad    to be    back, too.    Would    you like    any    cash    back?
    6. Customer:    Nope.

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