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ENL 1103 FUNDAMENTALS OF ENGLISH Name: ID: Course: Title: GROUP PRESENTATION RUBRIC Exemplary (4) Good (3) Satisfactory (2) Need Improvement (1) Content / Knowledge Presenters possess excellent understanding on the topic. Presenters possess adequate understanding on the topic. Presenters possess general understanding on the topic. Presenters do not understand the topic at all. Non verbal elements (Intonations, eye contact, gestures, etc.) Facial expressions and body language generate a strong in
True or False The book American Born Chinese, written by a Chinese-American Gene Luen Yang, was published in December, 2008, and the whole book is composed of three different stories that connect to each other. The main characters in these three stories are the Monkey King, Jing Wang, and Danny’s cousin, Chin-Kee. The Monkey King is extremely persistent and arrogant, Jing Wang is a Chinese-American, but he hates his identity as an Asian, and Chin-Kee who is Danny’s cousin likes tricks, has an ug
Mrs. Turner English 10-4 1 April 15 The Legalization of Euthanasia Death is a tangible option for those who are suffering and see no value in life. As human beings, we should have the right to put an end to our own undergoing pain and choose a dignified death. Euthanasia, the hastening of death for a terminally ill person, is the practice of deliberately ending the life of an individual who is deteriorating from an incurable disease or intolerable pain. Today’s euthanasia is generally associate
Units,Dimentions, Measures and calabration. CHEMTUTOR Measurement is the most useful form of description in science. Often the most useful measurements are those that have a number and a unit, such as ‘12.7 inches.' Here '12.7' is the number and 'inches' is the unit. This unit of inches in the example is one of the common units in the dimension of length. A number, then, is an expression in numerals. A unit is a recognized way to divide the essence of a dimension for measurement, and a dimension
Prof Lauren Conj Comm 301 15 November 2015 The process set out in the Constitution for its ratification provided for much popular debate in the states. The Constitution would take effect once it had been ratified by nine of the thirteen state legislatures -- unanimity was not required. During the debate over the Constitution, two factions emerged: the Federalists, who supported adoption, and the Anti-Federalists, who opposed it. James Madison, Alexander Hamilton, and John Jay set out an eloquen
Prof Lauren Conj Comm 301 15 November 2015 In the USA Bill of Rights refers to the document defining fundamental rights of people and which were incorporated in toe US constitution by the first ten amendments to the Constitution that came into effect in 1791. And the Fourteenth amendment, adopted in 1868, provides, among other things, a broad definition of citizenship, which ensured that the blacks are also considered citizens of the USA. It also expressly prohibits states form enacting any law
“Sister Flowers” by Maya Angelou Maya Angelou is an American author, actress, civil-rights activist, poet, and professor. She has written multiple volumes of poetry and a series of popular autobiographical works, including Wouldn’t Take Nothing for My Journey Now (1993). This essay is a chapter from her first autobiographical volume, I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings (1969). Recent books include Phenomenal Woman (2000) and Elder Grace (2000). For nearly a year, I sopped around the house, the Store
Week 5 DQ 1 What is the SEC? How does it impact financial decision-making? What constraints might it put on a company? The term SEC can be defined as Securities and Exchange Commission and it was instituted in 1934 after a lot of hard work SEC seems to be a centralized dictatorial organization that administers the transactions as well as the catalogs of securities” (Gitman, 2006, p. 46). SEC’s ambition is formulating as well as implementing that position the principles intended for the community
Dunn English IV 11/6/15 There have been many heroes though time, but not all of them tragic. William Shakespeare’s story of Macbeth, being about a war hero whom receives titles from his feats. Macbeth’s role is a tragic hero corrupt by greed, and his misfortune only grows. Macbeth is visited by three witches who come to him and give him prophetic-like news. They tell him he will become Thane of Cawdor and King. Macbeth and Lady Macbeth, however, are not content with his new title of Thane, and
109 Introduction Hiring and then deploying people to positions where they can perform effectively is a goal of most organizations, whether domestic or international. Recruitment is defined as searching for and obtaining potential job candidates in sufficient numbers and quality so that the organization can select the most appropriate people to fill its job needs. Selection is the process of gathering information for the purposes of evaluating and deciding who should be employed in particular job
12-week Pre-sessional Course Block 1 22nd June-24th July 2015 Name of Tutor Tutor’s room number Tutor’s email Coursebooks: Phillips, T. and Phillips, A. (2013) Progressive Skills in English Level 4 Coursebook. Reading: Garnet Phillips, T. and Phillips, A. (2013) Progressive Skills in English Level 4 Workbook. Reading: Garnet O’Connell, S. (2010) Focus on IELTS. Harlow: Pearson Terry, M and Wilson, J. (2010) Focus on Academic Skills for IELTS. Harlow: Pearson NB These books are available on campu
Name : ID : 14033154 Home work : Refection for negation skill In previous week I was meeting with my employee to negotiation his offer. The negotiation skills is importance for manager. Negotiation is generally thought to be a compromise which is aimed at benefiting our interests as much as possible. It therefore is often associated with conflict resolution within organisations and occurs 'when people with differing needs or goals are prevented - or perceived that they are being prevented - by o
IF YOU DONT WANNA READ/PRINT ALL THESE PAGES I MADE A QUICK STUDY GUIDE: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Qqc1tzsrlQVRHFgtetc5_l1ht1Wd9WZjBM9uBKK3TXg/edit?usp=sharing Chapter 36 WW2 begins with Japan invading China 1. Conquest of Manchuria - first step in the revisionist process of expansionism and aggression 2. Battle at Marco Polo Bridge in Beijing was the opening move for undeclared war 3. Took over Shanghai and Nanjing Ë Nanjing was the capital Rape of Nanjing 1. Residents became victims
Chapter 28: Revolutions and National States in the Atlantic World 1. ) Ancien Régime - Ï was the old order in France that revolutionary leaders wanted to replace Ï This was the order of: Ë The 1st estate = clergy Ë The 2nd estate = the nobility Ë The 3rd estate = merchants, artisans, and peasants Ë Beorgiouse class (merchants, artisans, and professionals) 2. ) John Locke - Ï wrote the Second Treatise of Civil Government Ï Believed: Ë governments were a result of a social contract between the rul
Chapter 36: New Conflagrations: World War II and the Cold War 1.) WWII begins with Japan invading China (pg. 836) - Ï Began on September 19, 1931 when Manchuria was invaded by the Empire of Japan directly after the Mukden Incident Ë Recap: the Mukden incident was an explosion on the railway owned by the Japanese near Mukden. The Japanese blamed the Chinese and retaliated Ï Japanese established a puppet state called Manchukuo Ï The League of Nations condemned action, but Japan simply withdrew fro
English 118 April 5, 2014 Life With Smartphones When the first time smartphone introduced by Apple or Samsung, I was not embarrassed to show off my 8 years old mobile phone in front of my friends, but today that is what’s happening. Smartphone is a device not only used as a convenient tool but has now become a way for people to show off. According to Wikipedia, smartphone first conceptualized and started by Theodore Paraskevakos in 1971. He was the first to introduce the concepts of intelligenc
Jungian Archetypes: Dunstan – The Innocent, the Caregiver, and the Explorer Mrs. Dempster – The Caregiver Boy – The Rebel Leola – The Lover Paul – The Magician Theme: Obsessive minds often alienate us from society. Mapping Statement: Dunstan’s obsession with Mrs. Dempster, secrets, and saints, absorbs a large portion of his life, add to his inability to maintain meaningful relationships, and lead him to his failure of friendship. Proof 1: “I became an unofficial watchdog to the Dempster family w
Manroop Bhogal ENG4U0-I Mr. Gellert March 4, 2016 The Value of Knowledge Knowledge is an important element in life that shapes the way a person sees the world. Although knowledge is not something that can be seen, it holds tremendous value to those who are capable of having it. In George Orwell’s Animal Farm, the downfall of the farm is caused by the unequal possession of knowledge amongst the animals. This possession of knowledge goes hand-in-hand with those who control leadership and power, li
Daniel Kang Ms. Menard Honors English 8 26 March 2014 Gandhi IVF Summary Gandhi’s “Non – Cooperation” inspired many Indians on August 12, 1920. “If the British Ministers and the British nation do not fulfill the pledges given to them and do not wish to regard with respect the sentiments of the 70 millions of the inhabitants of India who profess the faith of Islam, it will be impossible for them to retain Islamic loyalty” (Gandhi 327). Gandhi reiterates this statement by not cooperating with the
Daniel Kang Ms. Menard Honors English 8 12 February 2014 The Food Fight A long, long time ago, in a time even before the fearsome dinosaurs, there was food living on the Earth. Talking food. The food was divided into 2 main categories: the divine fruits and the extravagant vegetables. These two groups lived together happily and as a big joyous family. They caught food such as fish together, ate together, and even slept together. There was only one frustrating problem; the weather was always sear
Sachan Shah Mrs. Kupchuck English 1d (3g) 17 October 2014 The Holocaust was the horrific mass killing of over 6 million Jews and 5 million other groups of people deemed undesirable by the Nazi party. Among the Nazis most fanatic group was the Hitler youth many who claimed after the war to be a victim rather than a to be a violator. The book Parallel Journeys by Eleanor Ayer, Alfon Heck, and Helen Waterford describes the experiences of the Hitler youth through one young man named Alfon Heck. Tow
Daniel Kang Ms. Menard Honors English 8 20 April 2014 Coach Haskin\'s Think Alike Everyone expresses a unique and different personality. But some people\'s personalities prove very parallel. In the movie "Glory Road", a basketball coach named Don Haskins shows his personality in the way he leads and orders his African American basketball players. He views the world like Martin Luther King Jr. who emphasized non-violence, non-cooperation, and getting attention in a major way. Don Haskins, a grea
Daniel Kang Ms. Menard Honors English 8 30 March 2014 Lincoln\'s Inspiring Speech "The Gettysburg Address" given to the soldiers by Abraham Lincoln on November 19, 1863 was an inspiring speech that announced the honor and held the veterans of the war in high esteem. "Conceived in liberty and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal" (Lincoln 1). Lincoln reiterates the fact that the Civil War is about the fact that "all men are created equal". "We have come to dedicating a por
Daniel Kang Ms. Menard Honors English 8 31 March 2014 Dr. King’s Letter From Birmingham City Jail In the essay “Letter from Birmingham City Jail” by Martin Luther King Junior inspires and arouses the negroes of Birmingham, Alabama to revolt. He started off with some background knowledge about civil rights and exercising our right to revolt. Also, about the Alabama Christian Movement of Human Rights Organization. King was arrested for civil rights demonstrations on April 16, 1963. “I am in Birmin
Daniel Kang Ms. Menard Honors English 8 24 January 2014 Identity Changes for Elie Wiesel Identity, a pure and changing trait, changes for Elie Wiesel throughout the story Night. Identity a chameleon changes colors according to the surroundings. Alike the saying "everybody is different" everybody\'s identity differs uniquely in their own way. Identity proves what one becomes. If a person loses their identity, they become nothing, just a body and a corpse. Night by Elie Wiesel, proves a horror st
Daniel Kang Ms. Menard Honors English 8 13 May 2014 Gender Roles in The Good Earth Pearl S. Buck\'s opinion about the gender roles of China of the time is plainly written in her texts of The Good Earth. In the book, Wang Lung treats woman differently based on their looks. In the beginning of the story, Wang Lung treats O-lan as an equal because she works and cooks and at that time, that is all that he cared about. Then, after Wang Lung buys the land and becomes very prosperous off of it, he sud
Judaism Judaism and God Jews, among the other peoples of the Middle East in the second millennium, B.C., were unique in their conception of the divine as a single entity. Thus, they can rightly be considered the first monotheistic religion in the western tradition. Not only did the Jews describe monotheism for the first time, but they also described a God as a personal being with a supreme and transcendent will. The Egyptians, Syrians, and Babylonians of the day in contrast had assigned a deity
Claudia Obeng Intro to Philosophy Professor Wood Paper #2 03/09/15 John Searle: The Chinese Room Argument Is it possible for machines to think? How does the mind work? Are machines capable of working in the same manner as a mind, with the help of a program? These are questions that led to The Chinese Room Argument also known as the Thought Experiment conducted by John Searle. Two views were presented in this argument. One view suggests that it is possible for machines to think and understand and
Leading Diversity A look into a diverse workplace By Steve Garthe – LDR/300 Women’s Role in the workplace… Males continue to dominate the leadership and management positions Male’s have monopolized the CEO positions World Wide Women have constantly been at the bottom of the pyramid Women’s Role in the workplace… Males have prominently held all of the higher end positions in the use for more than 100 years To this day, CEO positions are widely help by the male presence throughout the
English A Summer’s Reading Respect is a very dominant and important factor in the story of Bernard Malamud, “A Summer’s Reading.” The reach for respect from the people around him causes a lot of dilemma within the main character, George Stoyonovic. And those dilemmas led to consequences that George hated. George, a high school drop out, can not get any job during one summer. He decides to read the magazines found at home. But when he met Mr. Cattanzara, he immediately lies about the hundred book
English Prose Study Essay Miss Havisham is first introduced to the reader when Mr Pumblechook (Pips Uncle) announces that Miss Havisham Requests Pips presence to play at her house. Miss Havisham fits into the main plot because she trains Estella to “ break their hearts.” When Pip sees Estella for the fist time, he instantly falls in love with her. Miss Havisham sees this and she encourages Pip to do so. Miss Havisham was also, in Pips eyes, the cause of his ‘Great expectations’ Miss Havisham may
English Commentary The following is a commentary on paragraph in P.G 211 a 212 in the Sorrow of War.. The paragraph from page 211 to 212 has a very important significance to the story as a whole. It has a lot of metaphors and similes that add to the sorrowful mood of the story. In the beginning, the paragraph is very poetic, juxtaposing past images of life to future and present images of death and destruction. In specific it juxtaposes the "eternal" beauty of his girlfriend Phuong to the tragic
Describe situations when your use of spoken English has caused some problems for you. Either the person you were speaking to didn’t understand, got the wrong message or may have even become offended by what you said (though this was not your intention). Analyse the situation and explain why communication broke down. You will need to reflect on your performance in light of what the literature says about pitfalls in learning to speak English as a second language. People live in the world of commun
Analysis of The Complete English Tradesman Daniel Defoe\'s "The Complete English Tradesman", is a good example of his non-fiction writing. The content in the writing is thorough and well presented by Defoe. In the writing, Defoe explains what his opinions on what it means to be an English tradesman. Contrary to some experienced tradesmen, he believes that to be a good tradesman, one needs to acquaint himself with all business in general. According to Defoe, application is of more importance than
4 Framework For SucceSS in PoStSecondary writing Habits of Mind Habits of mind—ways of approaching learning that are both intellectual and practical—are crucial for all college-level learners. Beyond knowing particular facts or completing mandatory readings, students who develop these habits of mind approach learning from an active stance. These habits help students succeed in a variety of fields and disciplines. They are cultivated both inside and outside school. Teachers can do much to dev
Grichikhina Anastasia Group 31 III MO 22/11/15 Summary Language The article “Language” by John Ayto observes the issue of evolution of the English language and how it has changed in connection with the constantly developing social environment. The author analyses the current condition of the English language and presents several ways in which it is evolving. Firstly, John Ayto recognizes the spread of the English language and a great number of its users and various spheres where it is actively u
Samantha Jacobs Cara Copolla English 101 December 9, 2015 Xenophobia Everyone has a fear of something, this could range anywhere from being scared of the dark, to fear of heights. People are not born with fears; something significant had to have happened for them to become fearful of such thing. Fear is what helps protect our country, without being scared of getting hurt, we cannot protect ourselves. Xenophobia is an intense or irrational fear of people from other countries. Depending on the ac
Samantha Jacobs Cara Coppola English 101 08 December 2015 Imagery “Love is like the wind, you can’t see it but you can feel it.” Nicholas Sparks wrote that in his book A Walk to Remember, an amazing novel about two young teenagers who fall in love. Authors are able to capture their reader’s attention by using imagery. Imagery is visually descriptive or figurative language, especially in a literary work. Nicholas Sparks does an amazing job in that one sentence of grabbing the reader’s attention a
What Makes a Good Diplomat? Being a diplomat is an important and responsible profession. A person who wants to serve his country in the Foreign Office should be clever, efficient, polite and outgoing. I strongly believe that everyone who is going to represent various interests of their country must have some essential personal qualities and skills. Firstly, a true diplomat must be a trustful person. The government relies on a diplomat because he involves in such tasks as seeking a resolution to
DNY influence of the dutch on nyc’s early history - Dutch trading companies push factor missing 1…,2….,3….,4… they didn’t feel like going out to dicover pull factor not strong 1….,2…,3…, they were only interested in trading - 1602 Dutch East india Company- monopoly on dutch spice trade often considered first multinational company/corporation in the world first issue stock - 1614 first dutch settlement Fort Nassau - 1621- dutch west india company - march 31st 1624 ship the new Nederland 30 famile
Andrew English Professor Snyder Intro. Philosophy April 22, 2015 Paper 2, Question 4 As Human beings, we are “free” the time we are born. The term we use for this is freewill. What I mean by saying this is that us as creatures, can choose whether to be, whatever we want. We are free to our own judgements and actions. Meaning that there is no overpowering force controlling our movements or our thoughts obliging us to do things we do not want to do. However, hard determinism says the exact opposit
Andrew c English Professor Rossi PR Writing January 24, 2016 Why music is important Music and rhythm find their way into the secret place of the soul. Music has become an essence in the daily lives of people. I believe that people should know the importance on why music can have a positive effect. Consider the fact, that music gives the power to express yourself, it can help you escape from "reality", and that music has the power to con trol emotions, make a movement. First of all, music speaks
Andrew c English Professor Tran Social Media October 19, 2015 Media Paper: Xbox Video Games has become one of America’s biggest past times. Everywhere you look from phones, to portable devices, and more recently from the comfort of one’s own living room. Xbox is the leading seller for gaming console devices. In 2014 it was reported that more than 10 million Xbox One consoles have been shipped and sold through to retailers. While the PlayStation 4 only has reportedly about 6 million consoles. Now
Andrew c English Professor Snyder Intro to Philosophy March 3, 2015 Paper 1, Question 4 The world was and is meant to be questioned. Us as Human beings are curious about the life we live in and constantly ask ourselves what is the purpose of life and why are we here. Ancient Philosophers Plato and Aristotle had to consistently deal with questions such as these. These two Greek Philosophers, in all probability, were the two best philosophical minds of their times (besides our professor). Plato wa
Ex.8 p.20 1) English protestants was the first European settlers, which arrived, searching for religion’s freedom. They introduced to the region distinctive political format – the town meeting in which citizens gathered to discuss issues of the day. Only men of property could vote. Thanks to this, settlers of the New England gained an important political experience. They early realized , that cultivation of the large tracts of land, as was taken in the south, is more difficult in this region. To
The Museum An institution- conserves collection of artifacts and objects, artistic, cultural, historical, scientific Aims- serving researchers, specialists, and general public- goals shifting Digitization of information Purpose -Collect interpret and display items, education of the public, purposes can depend on ones pov -main role of the museum- storehouse of knowledge -1829 estate of James Smithson- Smithsonian Institution- "for the increase and diffusion of knowledge" -late 19th century- mus
Traditional and Modern Societies Simranjit Kaur 214493498 Introduction to Social Science AP/Social Science 1000 9.0 B Andrew Paul Tutorial 11 Traditional and Modern Societies Throughout history, society has been changing. Society has become more advanced in all aspects. Traditional and modern are two different terms used to classify ways of governing society. Even today, traditional societies exist where culture and religion are very important. Yet, societies that have been traditional across t
Simranjit Kaur 214493498 Andrew Costa Tutorial 08 Article Assignment: Transgression into ‘Hidden’ Feminism: Immigrant Muslim Woman from India Shweta Singh In the article “Transgression into ‘Hidden’ Feminism: Immigrant Muslim Woman from India”, Shweta Singh discusses her argument on “hidden” feminism. According to Singh (2012), “transition into immigrant hood has the potential to be a space for transgression into ‘hidden’ feminism for women” (p. 123). Singh argues that immigration of Indians int
Cooper Casamento Mr. Carter English 10 Honors, Period 6 20, February 2016 Teenagers Essay Draft Most teenagers are careless and do not think about the consequences of their actions because they are inexperienced, they want to fit in with their friends and society as a whole, and being an adolescent is a very challenging time, because adolescents are in between being a kid and an adult. Teenagers\' brains are still developing, and that combined with these teenagers gaining increased freedom, lead
Cooper Casamento Mr. Carter English 10 Honors, Period 6 14 February 2016 Editorial Cartoon Project Cartoon 1 This political cartoon is about the issue of police brutality in America, and this cartoon is specifically focused on the event of George Zimmerman shooting and killing Trayvon Martin. At the time of this incident, George Zimmerman was a police officer, and Trayvon Martin was an African-American child who was 17 years old. The cartoonist\'s opinion of this whole issue is that George Zimme