English Question

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Using notes from Unit 3, each student will write a 1 – 2 page paper explaining an experience they’ve had where they’ve misunderstood something from another culture OR had someone misunderstood their culture. The paper should detail what the misunderstanding was; why the misunderstanding took place using the notes on “cultural challenges”; and if the misunderstanding was rectified or not

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Discussion ESL

Part one: Create the following sentences required below and then put them together into your introduction paragraph.
Part two: Once you have posted your answers, you will see your group mates. Reply with a minimum of 5 sentences to one person to help him / her improve their writing, ask a question and/or say what they did really well.
A ] Creating the Hook
Create 4 different kinds of hooks about the subject of this introduction – remember that this time we are focusing on chapters 4,5,6:
Write an interesting statistic/fact about this subject that most people do not know – quote your source
Write a famous quote which may apply to this subject – put the quote in quotation marks (author of quote)
Write an important question that we might ask about the topic. [do not ask about bidding as the reader may not know what this is]
Write a bit of wisdom / old saying you know that is suggested by this subject. It can come from the USA or your country.
Look at your 4 hooks and decide which one you like the best and use that one in your paragraph 🙂
B ] Background information:
1. Write a sentence that explains your favorite hook and relate it to the book, using author name and book title.
2. Write a sentence that introduces who the author of the book is – profession, life experiences that are important.
3. Write 3 sentences telling what the book is about. Define important terms like emotional command systems, emotional heritage, and emotional communication skills in your own words. Focus on chapters 4,5,6.
4. Write 3 sentences explaining why the book is important and why someone should read it.
C ] Make a thesis statement to include the following:
John Gottman’s text The Relationship Cure addresses the importance of really understanding ourselves and others to promote healthy relationships, with which I agree or with which I disagree.

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ESL discussion

Discussion #10B – Rough Draft Conclusion Essay2 1313 unread replies.1313 replies.
Part one: Create the following sentences required below and then put them together into your conclusion paragraph.
Part two: Once you have posted your answers, you will see your group mates. Reply with a minimum of 5 sentences to one person to help him / her improve their writing, ask a question and/or say what they did really well.
A] Write a college level transition and connect it to a restatement of your thesis in different words: DO NOT use in conclusion, to conclude, in sum, in summary, in the end, overall.
B] DO NOT USE Summary. Because we already have a summary paragraph, we are going to make an action oriented conclusion.
1. Gottman idea [quote sandwich]:Use a transition and then summarize one of Gottman’s suggestions for improving one’s relationship that you have not yet mentioned in your essay:
Use context a quote to illustrate Gottman’s suggestion:
Write an explanation sentence on how this idea will improve someone’s relationships:
2. Your idea: Make you own suggestion for improving one’s relationships
Use a transition and then make a suggestion of your own for improving relationships:
The write 2 sentences explaining your suggestion and how it will improve other’s relationships.
3. Make a call to action:
Write 3 sentences encouraging readers to change how they interact with others to improve relationships. You may also make a prediction, give advice, use a quote or ask a question if that works for you.

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English Question

Essay #2 Assignment for ESL 2AB
Here is the complete outline for the essay – the more closely you follow the directions, the more points you will receive.
Correct Format:
Your name, class name, assignment name top left corner
Double spaced with each paragraph indented and written correctly
Each paragraph needs to have 10-12 sentences
Title: Interesting, short, capitalized and written correctly Do NOT bold or underline or make font bigger
Introduction Paragraph
Interesting hookExplain hook and relate it to book using author’s name, book title and information about the authorExplain what the book is about and define terms Explain why the book is important and people should read itThesis statement and that states a big idea in Gottman’s text with which I agree/disagree
Body Paragraph #1 – Summary paragraph
Transition author name correct title of book underlined author’s thesis [Gottman’s BIG idea of the text]Transition In chapter 4, 3 summary sentences in the student’s words – no quotes.Transition In chapter 5, 3 summary sentences in the student’s words – no quotes.Transition In chapter 6, 3 summary sentences in the student’s words – no quotes.Transition Conclusion sentence – restates author’s thesis/big idea in different words
Body Paragraph #2 – Argument/Counter Argument/Rebuttal Paragraph
Transition topic sentence that Gottman would argue idea 1[argument], but many people think idea 2 [Counter Argument]; however, Gottman would say they are wrong because of idea 3 [Rebuttal].Transition main idea sentence about Gottman’s argument.Context quote from book illustrating argument.Explanation of how quote supports main idea sentence.Transition main idea sentence about counter argument.Context quote from book illustrating counter argument.Explanation of how quote supports main idea sentence.Transition main idea sentence about rebuttal.Context quote from book illustrating rebuttal.Explanation of how quote support main idea sentence.
Body Paragraph #3 – 3 big ideas from Gottman
Use a transition and create a topic sentence to include the idea that 3 important concepts that help relationships found in Gottman’s text from chapters 4,5,6 are __________, ____________, _____________.Transition main point 1 sentence that explains an important concept in chapter 4Context quote that illustrates the concept.Explanation of why this concept could help someone’s relationship.Transition main point 2 sentence that explains an important concept in chapter 5Context quote that illustrates the concept.Explanation of why this concept could help someone’s relationship.Transition main point 3 sentence that explains tan important concept in chapter 6Context quote that illustrates the conceptExplanation of why this concept could help someone’s relationship.
Conclusion Paragraph – Active Conclusion – no summary since we did a summary paragraph
College level transition restate thesis in different wordsTransition main idea sentence that states an idea from Gottman that could help someone’s relationshipContext Quote that illustrates the conceptExplanation of how quote supports main ideaTransition 3 sentences that are your personal idea on how to improve someone’s relationship.Transition 3 sentences where you actively tell reader what s/he should do to so they too can better understand what to do to have good relationships.Last sentence in your own words

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Part 2! 2 Disability Current Affairs: Conservatorship

Background: There is great discussion and distress around the subject of conservatorship as it relates to people with disabilities. Whether it be people with medical disabilities/pre-existing conditions, or people with a mental health, developmental, intellectual, or sensory disabilities, the experience of being conserved is daunting for many people with disabilities and their loved ones. However, most people remain unaware of the controversy surrounding the topic of conservatorship until recently with the Britney Spears case. For this assignment, your task is to examine and learn how conservatorship affects the lives of people with a variety of disabilities, as well as their families.
Learning Objectives: Students will summarize three references that address the topic of conservatorship and the disability community.
Students will apply their knowledge of course concepts to the topic of conservatorship.
Students will explore alternatives to conservatorship.
Students will examine the controversies surrounding disability and conservatorship and evaluate their own perspectives on these issues.
Assignment Content RequirementsYou are required to complete the following prompts. For each prompt, please write 1-3 paragraphs.
Summarize and provide your opinion on the controversy of the #FreeBritney (Britney Spears) movement. Explain some of the issues and arguments that you find.
Examine three references on the topic of conservatorship. These references should be a combination of peer-reviewed articles, online sources, or online videos. In your summaries include key points and arguments. Make sure to cite your sources (include a link to your source)
How accessible was it for you to find current, understandable information regarding conservatorship and alternatives to conservatorship? Were there resources in other languages? Non-legaleze resources for families? How accessible is information regarding alternatives to conservatorship for immigrant families who speak other languages, or parents with learning disabilities, etc? What barriers did you discover in your search?
Reflect on what you’ve learned in this course so far and about conservatorship. What are your opinions on the topic? What surprised you? What do you agree or disagree with?
Assignment Format RequirementsMicrosoft Word ONLY
12-point font
Double-spaced
2-page minimum
Question/Answer format is acceptable and preferred
No MLA or APA formatting requirement
Assignment Format Requirements
2-3 pages
Microsoft Word format ONLY
12-point font
Double-spaced

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2 Disability Current Affairs: Conservatorship

Background: There is great discussion and distress around the subject of conservatorship as it relates to people with disabilities. Whether it be people with medical disabilities/pre-existing conditions, or people with a mental health, developmental, intellectual, or sensory disabilities, the experience of being conserved is daunting for many people with disabilities and their loved ones. However, most people remain unaware of the controversy surrounding the topic of conservatorship until recently with the Britney Spears case. For this assignment, your task is to examine and learn how conservatorship affects the lives of people with a variety of disabilities, as well as their families.
Learning Objectives: Students will summarize three references that address the topic of conservatorship and the disability community.
Students will apply their knowledge of course concepts to the topic of conservatorship.
Students will explore alternatives to conservatorship.
Students will examine the controversies surrounding disability and conservatorship and evaluate their own perspectives on these issues.
Assignment Content RequirementsYou are required to complete the following prompts. For each prompt, please write 1-3 paragraphs.
Summarize and provide your opinion on the controversy of the #FreeBritney (Britney Spears) movement. Explain some of the issues and arguments that you find.
Examine three references on the topic of conservatorship. These references should be a combination of peer-reviewed articles, online sources, or online videos. In your summaries include key points and arguments. Make sure to cite your sources (include a link to your source)
How accessible was it for you to find current, understandable information regarding conservatorship and alternatives to conservatorship? Were there resources in other languages? Non-legaleze resources for families? How accessible is information regarding alternatives to conservatorship for immigrant families who speak other languages, or parents with learning disabilities, etc? What barriers did you discover in your search?
Reflect on what you’ve learned in this course so far and about conservatorship. What are your opinions on the topic? What surprised you? What do you agree or disagree with?
Assignment Format RequirementsMicrosoft Word ONLY
12-point font
Double-spaced
2-page minimum
Question/Answer format is acceptable and preferred
No MLA or APA formatting requirement
Assignment Format Requirements
2-3 pages
Microsoft Word format ONLY
12-point font
Double-spaced

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English Question

https://www.buzzfeed.com/ashleyford/the-year-i-gre…Ashley Ford Discussion1. What kind of structure does this essay take? Is it chronological, framed, or episodic? Do you think that structure was the right choice for this essay? Why or why not?
2. What moments in the essay really stood out to you as being particularly interesting or powerful? What strategies does Ford use to emphasize those moments and build tension in the story?
3. How did the story make you feel as a reader? How did the author create that effect?

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Essay Question: What sort of warrior is Cuchulainn? Explain in detail why and how you view him? Give examples

Essay Question: What sort of warrior is Cuchulainn? Explain in detail why and how you view him? Give examples of why The Tain by Ciaron Carson is described as an “epic tale”?

Additional Information: I have been using this website, https://www.scribd.com/document/186784262/The-Tain-by-Ciaran-Carson-2008 , to get all of my examples from the text. My professor is looking for examples from the text, by providing details.

Affortable healthcare

In your reflection, discuss selection, slanting, and charged language, using examples from your own experience and the research you’ve done so far on your topic. Use this space to think about any biases you might already have about your topic. (It’s okay to have a perspective and even strong feelings about your topic–but you can’t let that bias your research or presentation.)
Your reflection should be at least one page and should refer specifically to the essay and to your own project. Please use MLA format, Times New Roman 12, double-spacing, etc.

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EGL 1340: Comp 11: Writing Topics- Tech

You will create a topic memo or letter that outlines your proposal for a problem-solution recommendation report. Your document should follow the basic conventions of memos or letters, as described in our course notes. It should outline the basics of your proposal, including:
1) The problem you are addressing: What company did you or your team choose? What is the main problem? Can you show evidence that there is a problem?
2) The methodology you will use to research the problem: What research will you do to determine the problem? Why have you chosen that research method or those websites?
3) The solution: Use a brief overview of your proposed solution. Add an action item.
Since this is an initial topic memo/letter, it is understood that some of your information will be tentative. You may decide that additional (or different) research would be useful; some of your proposed solutions may change as you continue to research.
But remember that the more specific your information, the clearer (and more persuasive) your overall project becomes. Offer evidence (examples from other companies that used the solution and worked, testimony, or survey results…) to show your readers that your claim is valid.
Audience:
Your audience for this memo/letter is the supervisor or CEO at the company (a.k.a. me, your instructor). As thesupervisor, I will be the person who oversees your individual or group’s project before you present your ideas to the board of directors in the more formal written proposal.
Format:
If you choose to work in a group, your group will collaboratively produce this document (meaning each member of the group will submit the same memo/letter), using standard memo/letter format.

Length:
Approx. 1-2 pages
To Submit Your Assignment:
An individual should submit his or her own document using Word.
If you are working in a group, complete the document in your shared Google Docs folder and save it as a Word or .rtf file. Attach the file using Blackboard’s Assignment feature. Each group member is expected to submit the same topic memo/letter, so make sure everyone has the same version of the document.
(For more on how to do this, click on “Blackboard How To” button on the navigation bar.) Name the manual using each group member’s first name and the word “topic”, with no spaces in between (example: janejohnjunetopic.doc).

Due Date:
See syllabus

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Xwu69KKVqY This is a self-image speech, and we will be presenting these in Week Five. For this assignment, you Essay

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Xwu69KKVqY

This is a self-image speech, and we will be presenting these in Week Five. For this assignment, you will write a 1-page paper (at least 250 words). As you are writing your paper, think about the things we’ve learned so far in this class. Also, be sure to use APA-style formatting for your papers.

Writing Prompts

Does the speaker use transitions? What did he use?
How was his introduction? Was it effective?
Was his conclusion powerful?
How is his delivery? Does he have good eye contact with the audience?
Is his speech well organized? Does he have a connection with the audience?
You learned a lot about delivery this week. What did you think about his delivery?
Pay attention to how he could edit this speech to keep it within the 2-4 minute time limit. Please give me a suggestion on how he could edit. What was the best thing about this speech?
What definitely needed some work?
Give examples to demonstrate your knowledge of the concepts we’ve studied. If you were the professor of the class, what grade would you give him and why?
Use APA formatting

Work-In-Progress Report

Prompt
Please submit a Work-In-Progress Report on Canvas by Thursday, Oct. 21. The submission should be equivalent to a half-page to one-page (single spaced) report using the following:
What is the working thesis you developed for your research essay?
What are the key points of your essay and do you have three or four different sources to support each point?
How many strong sources do you have so far? How many more do you need to meet the minimum requirement and what kinds of sources would be most helpful?
What is your plan to find those sources – where are you planning to search for them?
List the sources you have found so far that you find helpful
What are the strengths of your essay so far?
What do you still need to work on most?
What is one revision you plan to make in the next draft of your essay to improve it?
What feedback to expect from peer review or instructor review?
What are the next steps you plan to take to move your essay forward, and what questions do you have about any part of it?

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English 1 Plus Midterm Exam Part I (10 questions, 2 points each): Write two or three brief sentences only Essay

English 1 Plus Midterm Exam

Part I (10 questions, 2 points each): Write two or three brief sentences only for each question in this section.

1. Page 1: Explain the difference between free speech under the Constitution versus free speech as it relates to what it may cost for some. What are the limits involved here? Why is it elusive as a concept?

2. Page 4: Explain why free speech is a “fixed star,” according to Justice Robert Jackson. Does Fish believe this is correct? What does he claim it, rather, is?

3. Page 6-7: Summarize how Fish uses the Zuckerberg example. How does Zuckerberg attempt to appease the issue of harmful speech on Facebook?

4. Pages 12-13: Summarize what rights the First Amendment provides, then, explain how Fish uses sports stadiums to explain his assessment of First Amendment provisions.

5. Page 19-20: What is a principle? Is free speech a principle, according to Fish? Briefly summarize how he uses law professor Larry Alexander to explain why free speech as a principle is nothing but an “empty vessel.”

6. Pages 22-24: Summarize briefly what Fish believes the First Amendment is for. Then, provide one example he uses to illustrate his argument.

7. Pages 26-27: What are the two stories of speech? Are both of these stories truthful, according to Fish? How so?

8. Pages 32-33: Define the liberal paradox. Then, explain what the First Amendment “harbors” within itself that might bring its own “demise.”

9. Page 35: Explain why Fish believes in free speech.

10. Page 36: Explain what Fish means when he argues that free speech is either communicative or that it produces noise.

Part II: (Two Short Paragraph Essays, 20 points each) All answers must be written using complete and grammatically correct sentences.

1. Pages 36-41: Summarize in two to three sentences Fish’s subtitle “The Harm in Hate Speech.” Then, provide another two to three sentence response agreeing, disagreeing, or partially agreeing/disagreeing with his argument.

2. Pages 46-49: Summarize in two to three sentences Fish’s subtitle “The Counterargument and the Marketplace of Ideas.” Then, provide another two to three sentence response agreeing, disagreeing, or partially agreeing/disagreeing with his argument.

Part III: (One-Page Essay, 40 points)

Pages 52-61: These last pages of chapter two begin to focus attention on the problems of defining hate speech as well as providing a theory for how a marketplace of ideas might become an answer to the liberal paradox. Summarize these ideas in one paragraph, then in a second paragraph, provide an assessment of Fish argument: do you agree, disagree, or partially agree/disagree. Provide substantial reasons for your response.

English Question

Essay #2 Assignment for ESL 2AB
Here is the complete outline for the essay – the more closely you follow the directions, the more points you will receive.
Correct Format:
Your name, class name, assignment name top left corner
Double spaced with each paragraph indented and written correctly
Each paragraph needs to have 10-12 sentences
Title: Interesting, short, capitalized and written correctly Do NOT bold or underline or make font bigger
Introduction Paragraph
Interesting hookExplain hook and relate it to book using author’s name, book title and information about the authorExplain what the book is about and define terms Explain why the book is important and people should read itThesis statement and that states a big idea in Gottman’s text with which I agree/disagree
Body Paragraph #1 – Summary paragraph
Transition author name correct title of book underlined author’s thesis [Gottman’s BIG idea of the text]Transition In chapter 4, 3 summary sentences in the student’s words – no quotes.Transition In chapter 5, 3 summary sentences in the student’s words – no quotes.Transition In chapter 6, 3 summary sentences in the student’s words – no quotes.Transition Conclusion sentence – restates author’s thesis/big idea in different words
Body Paragraph #2 – Argument/Counter Argument/Rebuttal Paragraph
Transition topic sentence that Gottman would argue idea 1[argument], but many people think idea 2 [Counter Argument]; however, Gottman would say they are wrong because of idea 3 [Rebuttal].Transition main idea sentence about Gottman’s argument.Context quote from book illustrating argument.Explanation of how quote supports main idea sentence.Transition main idea sentence about counter argument.Context quote from book illustrating counter argument.Explanation of how quote supports main idea sentence.Transition main idea sentence about rebuttal.Context quote from book illustrating rebuttal.Explanation of how quote support main idea sentence.
Body Paragraph #3 – 3 big ideas from Gottman
Use a transition and create a topic sentence to include the idea that 3 important concepts that help relationships found in Gottman’s text from chapters 4,5,6 are __________, ____________, _____________.Transition main point 1 sentence that explains an important concept in chapter 4Context quote that illustrates the concept.Explanation of why this concept could help someone’s relationship.Transition main point 2 sentence that explains an important concept in chapter 5Context quote that illustrates the concept.Explanation of why this concept could help someone’s relationship.Transition main point 3 sentence that explains tan important concept in chapter 6Context quote that illustrates the conceptExplanation of why this concept could help someone’s relationship.
Conclusion Paragraph – Active Conclusion – no summary since we did a summary paragraph
College level transition restate thesis in different wordsTransition main idea sentence that states an idea from Gottman that could help someone’s relationshipContext Quote that illustrates the conceptExplanation of how quote supports main ideaTransition 3 sentences that are your personal idea on how to improve someone’s relationship.Transition 3 sentences where you actively tell reader what s/he should do to so they too can better understand what to do to have good relationships.Last sentence in your own words

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Discussion #10B – Rough Draft Conclusion Essay2 1313 unread replies.1313 replies.
Part one: Create the following sentences required below and then put them together into your conclusion paragraph.
Part two: Once you have posted your answers, you will see your group mates. Reply with a minimum of 5 sentences to one person to help him / her improve their writing, ask a question and/or say what they did really well.
A] Write a college level transition and connect it to a restatement of your thesis in different words: DO NOT use in conclusion, to conclude, in sum, in summary, in the end, overall.
B] DO NOT USE Summary. Because we already have a summary paragraph, we are going to make an action oriented conclusion.
1. Gottman idea [quote sandwich]:Use a transition and then summarize one of Gottman’s suggestions for improving one’s relationship that you have not yet mentioned in your essay:
Use context a quote to illustrate Gottman’s suggestion:
Write an explanation sentence on how this idea will improve someone’s relationships:
2. Your idea: Make you own suggestion for improving one’s relationships
Use a transition and then make a suggestion of your own for improving relationships:
The write 2 sentences explaining your suggestion and how it will improve other’s relationships.
3. Make a call to action:
Write 3 sentences encouraging readers to change how they interact with others to improve relationships. You may also make a prediction, give advice, use a quote or ask a question if that works for you.

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Discussion ESL

Part one: Create the following sentences required below and then put them together into your introduction paragraph.
Part two: Once you have posted your answers, you will see your group mates. Reply with a minimum of 5 sentences to one person to help him / her improve their writing, ask a question and/or say what they did really well.
A ] Creating the Hook
Create 4 different kinds of hooks about the subject of this introduction – remember that this time we are focusing on chapters 4,5,6:
Write an interesting statistic/fact about this subject that most people do not know – quote your source
Write a famous quote which may apply to this subject – put the quote in quotation marks (author of quote)
Write an important question that we might ask about the topic. [do not ask about bidding as the reader may not know what this is]
Write a bit of wisdom / old saying you know that is suggested by this subject. It can come from the USA or your country.
Look at your 4 hooks and decide which one you like the best and use that one in your paragraph 🙂
B ] Background information:
1. Write a sentence that explains your favorite hook and relate it to the book, using author name and book title.
2. Write a sentence that introduces who the author of the book is – profession, life experiences that are important.
3. Write 3 sentences telling what the book is about. Define important terms like emotional command systems, emotional heritage, and emotional communication skills in your own words. Focus on chapters 4,5,6.
4. Write 3 sentences explaining why the book is important and why someone should read it.
C ] Make a thesis statement to include the following:
John Gottman’s text The Relationship Cure addresses the importance of really understanding ourselves and others to promote healthy relationships, with which I agree or with which I disagree.

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Essay #2 Assignment for ESL 2AB
Here is the complete outline for the essay – the more closely you follow the directions, the more points you will receive.
Correct Format:
Your name, class name, assignment name top left corner
Double spaced with each paragraph indented and written correctly
Each paragraph needs to have 10-12 sentences
Title: Interesting, short, capitalized and written correctly Do NOT bold or underline or make font bigger
Introduction Paragraph
Interesting hookExplain hook and relate it to book using author’s name, book title and information about the authorExplain what the book is about and define terms Explain why the book is important and people should read itThesis statement and that states a big idea in Gottman’s text with which I agree/disagree
Body Paragraph #1 – Summary paragraph
Transition author name correct title of book underlined author’s thesis [Gottman’s BIG idea of the text]Transition In chapter 4, 3 summary sentences in the student’s words – no quotes.Transition In chapter 5, 3 summary sentences in the student’s words – no quotes.Transition In chapter 6, 3 summary sentences in the student’s words – no quotes.Transition Conclusion sentence – restates author’s thesis/big idea in different words
Body Paragraph #2 – Argument/Counter Argument/Rebuttal Paragraph
Transition topic sentence that Gottman would argue idea 1[argument], but many people think idea 2 [Counter Argument]; however, Gottman would say they are wrong because of idea 3 [Rebuttal].Transition main idea sentence about Gottman’s argument.Context quote from book illustrating argument.Explanation of how quote supports main idea sentence.Transition main idea sentence about counter argument.Context quote from book illustrating counter argument.Explanation of how quote supports main idea sentence.Transition main idea sentence about rebuttal.Context quote from book illustrating rebuttal.Explanation of how quote support main idea sentence.
Body Paragraph #3 – 3 big ideas from Gottman
Use a transition and create a topic sentence to include the idea that 3 important concepts that help relationships found in Gottman’s text from chapters 4,5,6 are __________, ____________, _____________.Transition main point 1 sentence that explains an important concept in chapter 4Context quote that illustrates the concept.Explanation of why this concept could help someone’s relationship.Transition main point 2 sentence that explains an important concept in chapter 5Context quote that illustrates the concept.Explanation of why this concept could help someone’s relationship.Transition main point 3 sentence that explains tan important concept in chapter 6Context quote that illustrates the conceptExplanation of why this concept could help someone’s relationship.
Conclusion Paragraph – Active Conclusion – no summary since we did a summary paragraph
College level transition restate thesis in different wordsTransition main idea sentence that states an idea from Gottman that could help someone’s relationshipContext Quote that illustrates the conceptExplanation of how quote supports main ideaTransition 3 sentences that are your personal idea on how to improve someone’s relationship.Transition 3 sentences where you actively tell reader what s/he should do to so they too can better understand what to do to have good relationships.Last sentence in your own words

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Essay #2 Assignment for ESL 2AB
Here is the complete outline for the essay – the more closely you follow the directions, the more points you will receive.
Correct Format:
Your name, class name, assignment name top left corner
Double spaced with each paragraph indented and written correctly
Each paragraph needs to have 10-12 sentences
Title: Interesting, short, capitalized and written correctly Do NOT bold or underline or make font bigger
Introduction Paragraph
Interesting hookExplain hook and relate it to book using author’s name, book title and information about the authorExplain what the book is about and define terms Explain why the book is important and people should read itThesis statement and that states a big idea in Gottman’s text with which I agree/disagree
Body Paragraph #1 – Summary paragraph
Transition author name correct title of book underlined author’s thesis [Gottman’s BIG idea of the text]Transition In chapter 4, 3 summary sentences in the student’s words – no quotes.Transition In chapter 5, 3 summary sentences in the student’s words – no quotes.Transition In chapter 6, 3 summary sentences in the student’s words – no quotes.Transition Conclusion sentence – restates author’s thesis/big idea in different words
Body Paragraph #2 – Argument/Counter Argument/Rebuttal Paragraph
Transition topic sentence that Gottman would argue idea 1[argument], but many people think idea 2 [Counter Argument]; however, Gottman would say they are wrong because of idea 3 [Rebuttal].Transition main idea sentence about Gottman’s argument.Context quote from book illustrating argument.Explanation of how quote supports main idea sentence.Transition main idea sentence about counter argument.Context quote from book illustrating counter argument.Explanation of how quote supports main idea sentence.Transition main idea sentence about rebuttal.Context quote from book illustrating rebuttal.Explanation of how quote support main idea sentence.
Body Paragraph #3 – 3 big ideas from Gottman
Use a transition and create a topic sentence to include the idea that 3 important concepts that help relationships found in Gottman’s text from chapters 4,5,6 are __________, ____________, _____________.Transition main point 1 sentence that explains an important concept in chapter 4Context quote that illustrates the concept.Explanation of why this concept could help someone’s relationship.Transition main point 2 sentence that explains an important concept in chapter 5Context quote that illustrates the concept.Explanation of why this concept could help someone’s relationship.Transition main point 3 sentence that explains tan important concept in chapter 6Context quote that illustrates the conceptExplanation of why this concept could help someone’s relationship.
Conclusion Paragraph – Active Conclusion – no summary since we did a summary paragraph
College level transition restate thesis in different wordsTransition main idea sentence that states an idea from Gottman that could help someone’s relationshipContext Quote that illustrates the conceptExplanation of how quote supports main ideaTransition 3 sentences that are your personal idea on how to improve someone’s relationship.Transition 3 sentences where you actively tell reader what s/he should do to so they too can better understand what to do to have good relationships.Last sentence in your own words

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The paper needs to be only 3 paragraphs. the number of words or pages don’t matter. as long as

The paper needs to be only 3 paragraphs. the number of words or pages don’t matter. as long as its 3 well developed paragraphs. You need to follow these directions and read 3 articles FIRST and then refer those articles into the paragraphs. here are 3 readings about the American dream to refer to. There must be a cited quote from each reading in this assignment. total quotes = 3

1 .https://www.forbes.com/sites/donnafuscaldo/2019/11/19/the-american-dream-is-out-of-the-reach-for-scores-of-people-new-survey-finds/#4acc829b7eb9

2. https://www.vox.com/the-goods/22548728/immigrant-american-dream-middle-class

3. https://middlesexcc.idm.oclc.org/login?url=https://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true

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Business Analytics – Essays
UCLA
Essay 1:Business analytics requires a combination of mathematical/quantitative abilities and creative thinking. Describe a project you worked on, either as a student or professional, that demonstrates your analytical and creative problem-solving skills. Tell us why this project was interesting to you. (Maximum 750 words)
Essay 2: Why does a career in business analytics appeal to you? Based on your abilities and what you know about careers in business analytics, why do you think this is the right career path for you? (Maximum 750 words)
University of miami
Essay 1
Please answer the following question in addition to the personal statement that you will upload within the Documents tab.
If you were presented with three projects that you could work on, what factors would you consider in selecting your project of choice? (150-word limit)
Essay 2
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What do you hope to achieve, both personally and professionally, by obtaining a Master’s in Finance? And how does your experience, background, and future goals align with all that Miami Herbert Business School has to offer? (600-word limit)