Assignment 1.1 Introductory Speech Outline
Due Week 2: 35 points
1) Select either Topic. Assignment 1.1 Introductory Speech Outline Due Week 2: 35 points 1) Select either Topic A or Topic B for your introductory speech. o Topic A: Elevator Pitch | Deliver an elevator pitch that describes your professional background and experience for a potential employer during a job interview. o Topic B: Dream Career | Discuss your dream career. 2) Create an outline or speaking notes in Microsoft Word. o Download the Microsoft Word template in the “Assignment 1.1” section located in Week 2 of your course. o Focus your speech on 2-3 main points so you’ll stay within the 2-minute time limit.
Write an editorial-style research paper.Written DRAFT 800 word (min) research paper (.doc
Write an editorial-style research paper.Written DRAFT 800 word (min) research paper (.doc .pdf) (see Lessons “Research Paper Outline” and “Research Paper Editorial”)
Topic: Info Tech in Global EconomyQuestion:Chapter 11 – From the chapter, we
Topic: Info Tech in Global EconomyQuestion:Chapter 11 – From the chapter, we learned that the pattern of behavior arises from fundamental psychology and in particular, the following: a) our capacity for habitual behavior, b) the difference between intelligence as the manifestation of the coping mode of cognition and understanding as the manifestation of the pervasive optimization mode, and c) the phenomenon of authoritarianism as the need for external authority through a lack of understanding of one’s living environment. On the same line of thought, Andringa (2015), stated that the combination of these phenomena leads to a formal definition – the Bureaucratic Dynamic – and this is where the prevalence of coercive formalization scales with what the author terms as “institutional ignorance” – a measure of how well workers understand the consequences of their own actions both within the organization as well as the wider society…Q1: In conclusion, the author presents a view that most people may agree with – that “All human activities benefit from some form of formalization, and that formalization allows automating routine tasks, to agree on how to collaborate, determine when and how tasks should be executed, and when they are finished.” The author offers a key reason(s) why procedures should not be changed too often. What are those reasons? Provide a brief explanation.Instructions:
5 Document Requirements: Develop a work breakdown structure (WBS) for each of your alternative solutions to your performance problem.
Activity 5 Document Requirements: Develop a work breakdown structure (WBS) for each of your alternative solutions to your performance problem.The reading (T5-Work Breakdown Structure.pdf) in the reference list leads to the IT Economics WBS reading, which includes an explanation of how to develop a WBS and illustrations of work breakdown structures. The illustrations can serve as a model for your preparation of Activity 5. The explanation and illustrations should give you an idea of the level of detail appropriate for the WBS required for each of your alternative solutions.
achievement in designing the Florentine Cathedral dome.
One 300 words post and two peer reply is need. I am going to send you the posts that need to be reply later
This week’s module is about better understanding the reader-users of the proposal
This week’s module is about better understanding the reader-users of the proposal you’re writing. Having a complete understanding of your reader-user’s needs, values, and expectations allows you to make rhetorical choices about how to move those readers to action. To help think about your readers, answer the following prompts for the Week 7 Discussion initial contribution:1. Describe your intended reader-users–who are these readers?2. Describe your intended audience in terms of the organization they work for and their position or title.3. Describe your intended audience in terms of their occupation, profession, or field.4. Describe your intended audience in terms of their needs for or interest in the information you plan to include in this writing project.5. Describe how your intended audience will use the information you include in this writing project.6. Describe the technical background of your intended audience–what do they know and not know about your topic? what are their technical limitations in relation to this writing project?What do your responses about these reader-users initial reveal to you?
Listen to the Mere Rhetoric Podcast “Audience Invoked, Audience Addressed,” and respond
Listen to the Mere Rhetoric Podcast “Audience Invoked, Audience Addressed,” and respond to the following prompt:First, list and discuss 3-5 takeaways you have from this podcast episode. Then, consider how this episode has you (re)thinking the audience of your proposal.
Once you’ve begun to settle on a direction for the proposal project,
Once you’ve begun to settle on a direction for the proposal project, the next step is to consider the reader-users implicated in this project. Complete the following chart considering the needs, values, and expectations of the primary, secondary, and tertiary reader-users of your project.In short, the primary reader-users are the action takers; they are the ones who will make the decisions regarding what you propose. The secondary reader-users are the advisors; they help the primary reader-users make decisions. Lastly, the tertiary reader-users are the evaluators.As you complete the chart, identify the specific reader groups. In some cases, a reader group may be one person; the primary reader might be a manager at your company, for example. The more specific you can identify the reader groups, the more specifically you can identity (and later address) their needs, values, and expectations.Keep in mind an audience of “everybody” is an audience of “nobody.”
video and read the attached passage from Galileo and answer the questions on the attached worksheet, and upload your responses to Sakai.
http://www.classicfm.com/composers/handel/guides/baroque-masterclass-brook-street-band/#x2IAayQ7v3j9PYgO.97Watch the video and read the attached passage from Galileo and answer the questions on the attached worksheet.
i have 2 linear algebra questions, matrices…i will send the second one
i have 2 linear algebra questions, matrices…i will send the second one after we pass the first one
that has opened outside Canada
I want to have 6 pages powerpoint with Title page and references that include basic information about the company. I am looking for company that has opened many stores and franchise in other country such as Tim Hortons, however, I want another company with the same idea. For example: Tim Hortons is a Canadian company, but I picked a Tim Hortons store in Spain to talk about I have provided an example (Tim Hortons) of how to do it but more information needed.
Explore new career options based on the employment trends described in the
Explore new career options based on the employment trends described in the assigned textbook at https://savantlearningsystems.vitalsource.com/#/bo… . List 3 unexpected careers where your soft and hard skills may fit. The response should be at least 350 words, and have at least one other authoritative source than the one provided, and must be used in APA format and be cited with a direct link to sources. Direct Quotes are not excepted!!
read the article, answer the following questions.
As you read the article, answer the following questions. You could find both the article and the questions in the attachments.
D1: Reflect on the theories 200 words total
This discussion will require you to have carefully read Chapter 4 of the textbook, as well as the assigned portions of Immanuel Kant’s (2008) Groundwork for the Metaphysics of Morals.Kant’s text and the textbook discuss two “formulations” or ways of expressing Kant’s Categorical Imperative, the “Formula of Universal Law” and the “Formula of Humanity.” For each formula, Kant considers four test cases to explain ho
w it applies: Suicide, False Promises, Cultivating One’s Talents, and Beneficence.1. Engage with the text:Choose one of these test cases (it can be from either formula), and explain in your own words the reasoning that leads to the conclusion Kant defends. You should first explain the Categorical Imperative itself, focusing on the particular formula you are considering, and then carefully show how that principle leads to a particular conclusion.2. Reflect on the theories:Would a utilitarian come to a different conclusion? If so, explain why. If a utilitarian would come to the same conclusion in this case, could there be a variation in the case that would lead the utilitarian and Kant to come to different conclusions?3. Reflect on yourself:Do you agree with Kant’s conclusion? If not, explain the flaws in his reasoning. If you do agree, and you think a utilitarian would come to a different conclusion in this or a slightly varied case, why do you think that Kant’s reasoning is superior to the utilitarian’s? (You may want to consult section 4.3, “Challenges to Kant’s Theory” for help with this section). Post must be minimum 200 words.
10/8/ 20189New york time afternoon3:00pm-5:00pmany finance major help,pleasehere is example
10/8/ 20189New york time afternoon3:00pm-5:00pmany finance major help,pleasehere is example
D2: Morally Permissible to lie to someone 200 words total
Discussion Topic: Is it ever morally permissible to lie to someone? 1) Describe a circumstance in which it seems that lying might make more people happy than telling the truth. Would lying be the right thing to do in that circumstance, or is it our moral duty to tell the truth, even then? 2) Consider what Immanuel Kant would say, (see attached ethics book) and explain that with reference to this week’s readings. Then, offer your own perspective. If you agree with Kant, consider and respond to an objection to his view. 3) If you disagree with Kant, explain why. Discuss the positive and negative aspects of deontological theory as it relates to another of the theories you have encountered in this course. Your post must be 200 words minimum
Discussion 1: Virtue and TeleologyPlease carefully read and think about the entire prompt before composing your post. This discussion will require you to have carefully read Chapter 5 of the textbook, as well as the assigned portions of Aristotle’s (1931) Nicomachean Ethics. (see attached ethics textbook)Aristotle’s account of ethics is “teleological”, which means that our understanding of virtue and living well is based on a sense of the “telos” (function, purpose, or end) of something (see Aristotle’s text and the textbook for the full account).1. Engage with the text:Using at least one quote from the required text(s), explain the relation between virtue and living well on Aristotle’s account, and briefly describe some of the key characteristics of the virtues.2. Reflect on yourself:Identify an area of your life in which virtues are needed to do well. Explain what the “telos” of that role or activity is, what virtues are needed and why they are needed, and what would be lost if someone tried to be successful in that activity who didn’t exercise the virtues. This might be a role you have, a vocation or career, a hobby, or something common to all of us.3. Reflect on virtue:In what ways do the virtues you identify display the characteristics Aristotle describes? For instance, you could explain whether they occupy an intermediate between too much and too little of some quality, how they would affect one’s emotions as well as ones actions, etc.References Aristotle. (1931). Nicomachean ethics (W. D. Ross, Trans.). Retrieved from http://classics.mit.edu/Aristotle/nicomachaen.htmlThames, B. (2018). How should one live? Introduction to ethics and moral reasoning (3rd ed.). San Diego, CA: Bridgepoint Education.
of art dayton art institute?
http://www.daytonartinstitute.orgi need 2 different topic papers for art from Dayton Art Institute about which to develop an original thesis and conduct research in support of thesis. 3-6 pages.but 2 first papers proposal 2 research but make sure 2 proposal papers different topic.for example: 1 proposal paper talk about the dog so the research is about the dogthe 2nd proposal paper talk about cat so the research is about the catalso make sure 1-3 non-internet sources required and an annotated bibliography
D2: Is it possible for individuals to flourish if others with whom they are connected are not also flourishing? 200 words total
Discussion Topic: Is it possible for individuals to flourish if others with whom they are connected are not also flourishing? Consider this with respect to Aristotle’s account of Eudaimonia and MacIntyre’s account of practices, as well as the other readings and media. Identify a community or practice in which you are involved in which the flourishing of the individual is tied to the flourishing of others. Does this require that we limit certain rights pertaining to the individual (for instance, the right to free speech or to pursue monetary gain), in order to promote the flourishing of the group within that context? Be specific, and use examples when appropriate.
Assignment Supporting Classroom Technology Integration
Using the NCU library, locate two recent articles (in the last five years) that discuss technology integration in the classroom. You may find it helpful to visit the Curriculum and Teaching LibGuide or review the library’s quick tutorial, Search Like an Expert (9:07), or the longer workshop, Searching 101 (47:25).After reading your selected articles, reflect on the struggles of the new teachers you are working with related to integrating technology effectively in their classrooms. You will use the two articles you selected to present ideas to the new teachers to help them use technology effectively.In your presentation, be sure to:As you format your presentation, be sure to include:Length: 8-10 slides, not including the title and reference slides References: A minimum of two scholarly resources. In addition to these specified resources, other appropriate scholarly resources, including seminal articles, may be included. Your presentation should demonstrate thoughtful consideration of the ideas and concepts presented in the course by providing new thoughts and insights relating directly to this topic. Your presentation should reflect scholarly writing and current APA standards. Be sure to adhere to Northcentral University’s Academic Integrity Policy.
◾Provide a brief introduction to IoT.◾Present the argument to the Falcon Security
◾Provide a brief introduction to IoT.◾Present the argument to the Falcon Security CEO that switching to a more dynamic database structure (NoSQL real-time database) will meet the demands of IoT.◾Introduce some features of the database you chose, whether it is MongoDB, Cassandra, or another database.◾Describe how switching to a more dynamic database will give Falcon Security a competitive advantage.