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[SOLVED] Critical Essay

Complete the short paper addressing knowledge areas and process groups (section I and II of the critical elements on the attached rubric). It should contain 4 total pages; 1 page the into page with name and school (apa style) and the 4th page as a reference page (apa style).

Nov 22nd, 2021

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[SOLVED] Homeland Security

Respond to the following short essay questions:1. What is the role of Customs and Border Protection (CBP) in securing trade in maritime ports? What is the agency’s “current” maritime challenges? Additionally, how did the Homeland Security Act of 2002 change the structure of CBP? Be specific?2. What over-arching approach to security strategy is the Maritime Transportation Security Act (MTSA) of 2002 employing? (This is not a straight cut and paste answer from the law. It will require your critical analysis of the Act and its’ applications/requirements). What is the over-arching purpose of the act?3. How do you see the Global Maritime Transportation system changing in the next decade? With this change what single security issue will be of universal concern and why? Will drones be that issue? Think globally with your response and NOT just within the US. Remember we are connected by aMaritime Global Commons.Technical RequirementsYour paper must be at a minimum of 6 pages, or 2 pages per question (the Title and Reference pages do not count towards the minimum limit).Scholarly and credible references should be used. A good rule of thumb is at least 2 scholarly sources per page of content.Type in Times New Roman, 12 points, and double space.Students will follow the current APA Style as the sole citation and reference style used in written work submitted as part of coursework.Points will be deducted for the use of Wikipedia or encyclopedic type sources. It is highly advised to utilize books, peer-reviewed journals, articles, archived documents, etc.

Nov 22nd, 2021

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[SOLVED] Communication Methods

Analyze the Mt. St. Helen eruption of 1980 1. Critically analyze communication methods and the disciplines of emergency management of the time. 2. Analyze the public’s reactions and response to the preparation and response. Was there any mitigative measures implemented at that time? 3. Analyze local officials’ reactions and response to the warnings. 4. Analyze the response to the disaster. 5. After the analysis of the disaster research and communicate what went right and what needed improvement. 6. What lessons, if any, were learned? 7. Finally, compose an adequate emergency management plan, utilizing communication methods and the disciplines of emergency management if or when the mountain erupts again.

Nov 20th, 2021

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[ORDER SOLUTION] Nursing Essay

I am a nursing student and I need a nursing essay, it is like an introduction to the concept of nursing, the benefits, and my future goals as a nurse

Aug 26th, 2021

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[ORDER SOLUTION] Critical Response Essay 

Before drafting this essay, you will need to spend the week conducting field work. You should invest time noting the communication happening around you during the day. You will also make adjustments to your listening and communication during this week. For the week, practice Julien Treasure’s 5 Ways to Listen Better. Make notes of how this change in routine affects your daily interactions. Explain the major influences of verbal communication, as well as the codes and functions of nonverbal communication. Describe the listening process, listening skills, and listening styles. Be sure to draw from your knowledge of verbal, nonverbal, and listening as gleaned from chapters 5, 6, and 7 (in the text). Using this prompt as a guide, write a five-paragraph essay. Be sure to use APA format, cite course material, and include a works cited page. You should use concepts and terms from the course materials in developing the essay. https://www.ted.com/talks/julian_treasure_5_ways_to_listen_better?language=en#t-37150 https://open.lib.umn.edu/communication/

Aug 26th, 2021

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[ORDER SOLUTION] Check the instructions area

Here are the questions. Remember to use quotation… Practice quoting just the one most important line, even if this one line is taken from a longer speech by the character.  1. To what extent is assimilation important? Why or why not? Explore our excerpted scene and use quotation. (Pdf uploaded) 2. What do you think about modern-day Code Switching? How would you relate our video to current events and to our scene about assimilation. Video link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bo3hRq2RnNI

Aug 26th, 2021

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[ORDER SOLUTION] Peer Exchanges

Module 6 Assignment and Peer Exchanges Here No unread replies.No replies. Module Assignments Study the assigned curriculum — both Parts 1 and 2 of each module. Submit your essay (or your contracted alternative), which must include thoughts on both parts of each module. Your peer exchanges are due two days after your essay is due. The essays are designed to be meaningful exercises of self-exploration (reflections) rather than busy work (summaries). The practice of philosophy is a major goal of your essays and exchanges. This practice promotes and supports independent, creative and original thinking. Essays Due by 11:00 PM on Mondays and Thursdays. Your essays need to be a thoughtful “journal-like” reflections. Essays must address both part 1 and part 2 of each module’s curriculum. A good reflection is one that I could not have read before. This is because it is the essay that only you could have written — due to your unique set of life experiences. Two Peer Exchanges Due by 11:00 PM on Wednesdays and Saturdays. 1) You respond to a peer’s essay and 2) you reply to a peer who responded to your essay. Both peer exchanges must be more than 200 words each to be eligible to receive credit. From the due date of your essay, you have two days to complete your peer exchanges. If your essay does not receive a response that you can reply to within 36 hours, you no longer need to wait. Instead, you write a second response to a different classmate. Minimum Requirements Essays are not summaries. That is busy work. Summaries do not receive credit because they do not require serious thought — simply the ability to record information. Your essays must be more than 700 words to receive credit and be eligible for a C, more than 800 words to be eligible for a B, and more than 900 words to be eligible for an A. Your assignments are not eligible for A’s if they require proofreading. Assignments that are partial (not meeting minimum requirements) do not receive partial credit. Late assignments are not eligible for credit. Essay Prompts You are not required to use the following prompts, but they may help you think about what you are studying: What did you learn? What surprised you and/or caused enough doubt that you were inspired to do a little research and fact checking? Did you find any specific ideas confusing or difficult? Did you have an emotional response, negative or positive? Do you know why? Have you had any experiences you are willing to share with our class that help you relate to and understand any of the material in this module? Did this assignment contain any “awakening” ideas, those that inspire you rather than depress you? Did you find any of the ideas surprising? Why? Final Assessment Prompts You do not need to use these final assessment prompts either, but they may help you put what you are studying this semester into a larger perspective. Can you give an example or two in your essay that demonstrates you were engaging with, and thinking about, our curriculum in a serious way? Did you study everything required or did you rush and skim? Did you find yourself thinking about class content when you did not have to, such as finding yourself discussing ideas with friends or family? Did you seek clarification about class material that confused you? If not, why not? Have your studies contributed to any increase in self-knowledge (how you understand the world and your place in it) or a deeper understanding of one’s current world view?

Aug 24th, 2021

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[ORDER SOLUTION] Factual Argument & analysis of data

The essay is 3 pages long and also work cited. Main point of this essay is analysis of data and back your factual claim with valid points/evidence. Since critic and writer Nicholas Carr first asked “Is Google Making Us Stupid?” many have answered with a resounding “yes,” arguing that extensive time online is reducing attention spans and leaving readers less critical than ever. Others have disagreed, saying that new technologies are doing just the opposite-expanding our brain power. Do some research on this controversy, on the Web or in library. Then offer a factual argument based on what you uncover, reflecting the range of perspective and opinions you have encountered.

Aug 24th, 2021

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[ORDER SOLUTION] Informative essay on Lifelong Learning

Informative Essay written on Lifelong learning. Instead of thesis statement at the end of introductory I need a purpose statement at the front end of the introductory.

Aug 24th, 2021

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[ORDER SOLUTION]  Peer Exchanges Here tz

Submit Module 9 Assignment and Peer Exchanges Here No unread replies.No replies. Module Assignments Study the assigned curriculum — both Parts 1 and 2 of each module. Submit your essay (or your contracted alternative), which must include thoughts on both parts of each module. Your peer exchanges are due two days after your essay is due. The essays are designed to be meaningful exercises of self-exploration (reflections) rather than busy work (summaries). The practice of philosophy is a major goal of your essays and exchanges. This practice promotes and supports independent, creative and original thinking. Essays Due by 11:00 PM on Mondays and Thursdays. Your essays need to be a thoughtful “journal-like” reflections. Essays must address both part 1 and part 2 of each module’s curriculum. A good reflection is one that I could not have read before. This is because it is the essay that only you could have written — due to your unique set of life experiences. Two Peer Exchanges Due by 11:00 PM on Wednesdays and Saturdays. 1) You respond to a peer’s essay and 2) you reply to a peer who responded to your essay. Both peer exchanges must be more than 200 words each to be eligible to receive credit. From the due date of your essay, you have two days to complete your peer exchanges. If your essay does not receive a response that you can reply to within 36 hours, you no longer need to wait. Instead, you write a second response to a different classmate. Minimum Requirements Essays are not summaries. That is busy work. Summaries do not receive credit because they do not require serious thought — simply the ability to record information. Your essays must be more than 700 words to receive credit and be eligible for a C, more than 800 words to be eligible for a B, and more than 900 words to be eligible for an A. Your assignments are not eligible for A’s if they require proofreading. Assignments that are partial (not meeting minimum requirements) do not receive partial credit. Late assignments are not eligible for credit. Essay Prompts You are not required to use the following prompts, but they may help you think about what you are studying: What did you learn? What surprised you and/or caused enough doubt that you were inspired to do a little research and fact checking? Did you find any specific ideas confusing or difficult? Did you have an emotional response, negative or positive? Do you know why? Have you had any experiences you are willing to share with our class that help you relate to and understand any of the material in this module? Did this assignment contain any “awakening” ideas, those that inspire you rather than depress you? Did you find any of the ideas surprising? Why? Final Assessment Prompts You do not need to use these final assessment prompts either, but they may help you put what you are studying this semester into a larger perspective. Can you give an example or two in your essay that demonstrates you were engaging with, and thinking about, our curriculum in a serious way? Did you study everything required or did you rush and skim? Did you find yourself thinking about class content when you did not have to, such as finding yourself discussing ideas with friends or family? Did you seek clarification about class material that confused you? If not, why not? Have your studies contributed to any increase in self-knowledge (how you understand the world and your place in it) or a deeper understanding of one’s current world view?

Aug 24th, 2021

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