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Process Of Writing An Academic

Pages: 3 (1016 words) Sources: 3 Document Type:Essay Document #:94821952

Explanatory Process
Academic essay writing is one of the most important practices in the learning process for students. Academic writing basically refers to the writing a student has to complete for his/her high school, college or university courses. While academic writing assignments have different names, they have the same objective in the learning process. The main goal of academic essay writing is for the student to demonstrate what he/she understands and can think critically regarding the specific topic (Whitaker, p.2). In addition, academic writing provides a student with an avenue to develop his/her critical thinking skills, research skills, and ability to evaluate and organize information. This skills … This skills are important in the students learning and development and are applicable in the job market. This paper examines the process of writing an academic essay and explains how to enhance the process through application of suggestions from experts.
Process of……

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Murray, Rowena. “Writing for an Academic Journal: 10 Tips.” The Guardian, Guardian News and Media, 6 Sept. 2013, https://www.theguardian.com/higher-education-network/blog/2013/sep/06/academic-journal-writing-top-tips

Steenbergen, Candis, and Robyn Diner. “A 12-Step Guide to Research and Writing for Students: One Essay at a Time.” Third Space, vol. 4, no. 1, Nov. 2004,  https://journals.sfu.ca/thirdspace/index.php/journal/article/view/resources_12stepguide/153 

Whitaker, Anne. “Academic Writing Guide.” City University of Seattle, City University of Seattle, Sept. 2009, http://www.vsm.sk/Curriculum/academicsupport/academicwritingguide.pdf

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Stephen Kings The Outsider Persuasive Argument

Pages: 4 (1238 words) Sources: 1 Document Type:Essay Document #:51886635

...Writing Stephen King’s The Outsider: A Persuasive Argument
Introduction
The Outsider is a well-written book with exiting and unexpected turns and twists. The book has several well-developed themes. In my opinion, however, the central theme of the story is the rational man’s inability to believe that which does not conform to reality – the inability to believe in the supernatural. It is important to note that one of the most celebrated traits of the modern man is rationality. In basic terms, rationality could be conceptualized as the ability to rely on logic or reason in decision making. This effectively means that from a rational perspective, anything that does not conform to reason and logic cannot be accepted. We all start off in life having outrageous beliefs and fantasies. For instance, as kids we believe in the tooth-fairy and regard Father Christmas as a real benevolent person. These are beliefs we outgrow……

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Works Cited

Kind, Stephen. The Outsider. Simon and Schuster, 2019.

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Vision And Mission Statements Strategic Planning

Pages: 6 (1788 words) Sources: 4 Document Type:Case Study Document #:15240681

...Writing Based on the situation at Saint Francis de Sales Schools, the organization is suffering from a lack of vision and confusion with regards to its mission. There is not enough forward-looking perspective in the organization; the school has continuously been resting on its laurels instead of planning for the future (Klag, Giroux & Langley, 2012). Instead of focusing on the changes in the society and how the school should adopt to meet them—such as the rise of technological advancements in the Digital Age, and the demands of demographic shifts—the school has instead dithered away without growing its list of donors or building for tomorrow.
Therefore, vision statement for Saint Francis de Sales Schools should be: To be the number 1 leader in secondary school academic performance and all-around accomplishment in England.
The mission statement for Saint Francis de Sales Schools should be: 1) To form well-rounded students by adopting a……

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Kim, W. C. & Mauborgne, R. (2002). Charting Your Company’s Future. Harvard Business Review, June 2002. Harvard Business School, Boston, MA

Klag, M., Giroux, H., & Langley, A. (2012). Strategic planning at Saint Francis de Sales Schools. International Journal of Case Studies in Management (Online), 10(2), 1-20.

Kouzes, J. & Posner, B. (1996). Envisioning your Future: Imagining Ideal Scenarios. Futurist, 30, 14.

Mullane, J. V. (2002). The mission statement is a strategic tool: when used properly. Management Decision, 40(5), 448-455.

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Curriculum Review Lesson Plans

Pages: 7 (2042 words) Sources: 1 Document Type:Essay Document #:27061697

… to implement based on the standards. The guide is divided into four sections, referred to as parts in the guide: these include reading, writing, speaking and listening, and language. Each part includes examples of lesson plans, in total 35, and extensive activities, tips on differentiation, and assessment. … text. Lauren (2013) advocates for the more informal context in the reading lesson, about 50% of the total content.
The second section is writing, which covers common Core State Standards for writing. The section emphasizes the applicability of writing nonfiction context for students as well as writing arguments. The section uses a variety of instructional activities for writing, including handouts, tapping into prior knowledge, talking time, and visual aids. The organization of the lesson plan in this section follows the Herbartian … in the tips provided in the section. The scope and sequence in the section are all about the injection……

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Biondi, L. (2012). A Major CCSS Resource [Review of the book Common Core Literacy Lesson Plans: Ready-to-Use Resources 6-8, By Lauren Davis]. Middle web. Retrieved from  https://www.middleweb.com/4982/a-major-ccss-resource/ 

Davis, L. (Ed.). (2013). Common Core Literacy Lesson Plans: Ready-to-Use Resources, K-5. Routledge.

Ramakrishna, A., & Sawhney, M. S. (2012). Constructivist Lesson Planning: Theory and Practice. RESEARCHERS ORGANIZATION BILASPUR (CG), 121.

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The Hollywood Blacklist Dalton Trumbo And Spartacus

Pages: 12 (3721 words) Sources: 7 Document Type:Essay Document #:66297682

… he stated privately he was not one.[footnoteRef:11] Trumbo owned a ranch but to pay the bills on it—totaling $27,000—he needed to continue his screenwriting career.[footnoteRef:12] That was now in jeopardy as he refused to cooperate with HUAC in the way HUAC wanted because he viewed HUAC, ironically, … as Kirk Douglas would later remember it in his book I Am Spartacus, that he asked Trumbo for permission to give him the writing credit at the end of the film. Trumbo demanded it: in his eyes, it was time to take back the limelight and this … was hit hard—financially and professionally. After prison and a stint in Mexico, however, he returned to Los Angeles to defeat the Blacklist. By writing excellent scripts and selling them on the black market he respect from many. With Spartacus he finally announced his return in big……

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Ceplair, Larry and Christopher Trumbo. Dalton Trumbo: Blacklisted Hollywood Radical. Lexington: The University Press of Kentucky, 2015.

Griffith, Robert. McCarthyism: The Politics of Fear: Joseph R. McCarthy and the Senate. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 1987.

Krutnik, Frank. “Un-American” Hollywood: Politics and Film in the Blacklist Era. New Brunswick N.J.: Rutgers University Press, 2007.

McGilligan, Patrick and Paul Buhle. Tender Comrades: A Backstory of the Hollywood Blacklist. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2012.

Schrecker, Ellen. The Age of McCarthyism: A Brief History with Documents. Boston: St. Martin’s Press, 1994.

Schrecker, Ellen. Many are the Crimes: McCarthyism in America. Princeton NJ: Princeton University Press, 1998.

Smith, Jeff. Criticism, the Cold War, and the Blacklist: Reading the Hollywood Reds. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2014.

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History And Leopold Von Ranke

Pages: 4 (1246 words) Sources: 1 Document Type:Essay Document #:72820390

… requires a stable state—i.e., a healthy government that allows such perusal.[footnoteRef:4] [2: Leopold von Ranke, Excerpts from “The Secret of World History. Selected Writings on the Art and Science of History” by Leopold von Ranke. Edited by Roger Wines (Fordham University Press, 1981), 108.] [3: Leopold von … von Ranke. Edited by Roger Wines (Fordham University Press, 1981), 108.] [3: Leopold von Ranke, Excerpts from “The Secret of World History. Selected Writings on the Art and Science of History” by Leopold von Ranke. Edited by Roger Wines (Fordham University Press, 1981), 109.] [4: Leopold von … von Ranke. Edited by Roger Wines (Fordham University Press, 1981), 109.] [4: Leopold von Ranke, Excerpts from “The Secret of World History. Selected Writings on the Art and Science of History” by Leopold von Ranke. Edited by Roger Wines (Fordham University Press, 1981), 115.]
Von Ranke’s reading … from “The Secret of World……

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Excerpts from “The Secret of World History. Selected Writings on the Art and Science of History” by Leopold von Ranke. Edited by Roger Wines. Fordham University Press, 1981.

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Code Of Ethics For Managers In Acquisition

Pages: 11 (3162 words) Sources: 5 Document Type:Research Paper Document #:25977313

...Writing Introduction
Corruption takes many forms, and can have a devastating impact on economies, and on the effectiveness of government. For that reason, it is best practice to have a code of ethics for managers who are involved in acquisitions, purchasing and contracts. Ethical lapses contribute to a wide array of issues, including waste, a decline in confidence in the institution of government, and underperformance because the wrong vendors were selected. Larezos (2008) notes that when evidence of corruption arises, governments may need to recompete contracts, projects can be delayed or go way over budget, and there can be increased cost to taxpayers as well. If chronic weak governance leaves a populace disenchanted with government, then the political fallout can be severe as well. In essence, corruption represents the trade-off between the personal gain for the government officials in question versus the overall government or economy.
Combatting corruption is a complex……

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Adelstein, J. & Clegg, S. (2016) Code of ethics: A stratified vehicle for compliance. Journal of Business Ethics. Vol. 138 (1) 53-66.

Lazeros, M. (2008) Leaders can learn from Druyun’s ethical lapses and their consequences. USAWC Research Project. Retrieved October 25, 2019 from  https://apps.dtic.mil/dtic/tr/fulltext/u2/a479019.pdf 

McConnnell, A. & Rood, T. (1997) Ethics in government: A survey of misuse of position for personal gain and its implications for developing acquisition strategy. Journal of Business Ethics. Vol. 16 (1997) 1107-1116.

McConnell, T. (2018). Moral dilemmas. Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy Retrieved October 25, 2019 from  https://plato.stanford.edu/entries/moral-dilemmas/ 

Neu, D., Everett, J. & Rahaman, A. (2015) Preventing corruption within government procurement: Constructing the disciplined and ethical subject. Critical Perspectives on Accounting. Vol. 28 (2015) 49-61.

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Observation Portfolio Classroom Of Special Education

Pages: 12 (3573 words) Sources: 3 Document Type:Essay Document #:58451564

...Writing Observation Portfolio – Special Education Classroom
Introduction
This observation portfolio paper presents a summary of my experience and knowledge gained from analyzing four observation sessions in a special education classroom setting. Observation 1 and 2 was conducted in the morning, observation 3 of 4 took place during lunch break, and observation 4 of 4 was conducted in the afternoon. Each of the four observation sessions is discussed below.
Observation 1 of 4
Observation Summary
The class consisted of nine students; eight students were male and one was female. During my observation, I walked and looked around as the students started each morning with snacks, milk, and orange juice for breakfast followed by typing lessons, mathematics lessons, group calendar practice, and personal information binders. Before starting the mathematics lesson, the students played a game as a way to facilitate smooth transition from one activity to another. Personal information binders included practicing……

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Hallahan, D. P., Kauffman, J. M., & Pullen, P. C. (2018). Exceptional Learners: An Introduction to Special Education (14th ed.). New York, NY: Pearson.

Holley, D., & Park, S. (2017). LESSONS LEARNED AROUND THE BLOCK: AN ANALYSIS OF RESEARCH ON THE IMPACT OF BLOCK SCHEDULING ON SCIENCE TEACHING AND LEARNING. Retrieved from https://www.isres.org/books/chapters/Education_Research_Highlights_in_Mathematics_Science_and_Technology_2017_15_21-12-2017.pdf

Shabani, K., Khatib, M., & Ebadi, S. (2010, December). Vygotsky\\\\\\'s Zone of Proximal Development: Instructional Implications and Teachers\\\\\\' Professional Development. Retrieved from  https://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/EJ1081990.pdf 

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The First Epistle Of John

Pages: 14 (4271 words) Sources: 10 Document Type:Research Paper Document #:39027303

… John at the foot of the cross (John 19:26-27), so too does God give to John the faithful to whom he is now writing. John knows, moreover, how easy it is for the chosen to wander astray. Even when Christ was not two days gone from them ……

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1 John 5:13-21

Akin, Daniel L. 1, 2, 3 John (NAC). Nashville: Broadman& Holman, 2001.

Balz, Horst and Gerhard Schneider, eds. Exegetical Dictionary of the New Testament, 3 vols. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1990-93.

Derickson, Gary W. 1, 2 and 3 John (EEC). Bellingham, WA: Lexham and Logos Bible Software, 2014.

Duvall, J. Scott, and J. Daniel Hays. Grasping God\\\\\\'s Word: A hands-on approach to reading, interpreting, and applying the Bible. Zondervan Academic, 2012.

Harris, Stephen L., Understanding the Bible (Palo Alto: Mayfield, 1985) \\\\\\"1 John,\\\\\\" p. 355–356

Parker, D. C. An Introduction to the New Testament Manuscripts and Their Texts. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2008.

Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance: New American Standard Bible. Updated ed. La Habra: Lockman Foundation, 1995.  http://www.biblestudytools.com/concordances/strongs-exhaustive-concordance/

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Psychology And The Role Of Ethics

Pages: 6 (1774 words) Sources: 5 Document Type:Essay Document #:14642099

...Writing Introduction
Several ethical issues, dilemmas, and problems apply to various aspects of psychology, including educational and scientific practices. The expansive body of literature on ethical issues shows that ethical issues are normally multifaceted and usually pose societal, interpersonal, professional, emotional, and intellectual challenges to psychologists. Furthermore, every psychologist can act unethically and harm their clients. In brief, ethics is important in the field of psychology, for it guides psychologists and various aspects of the field they are married to.
Ethics, as a field, emerged from the inquiries about moral life by ancient Greek philosophers. The term ethics is now described as a set of principles or a system that can significantly alter previous considerations regarding choices and actions. Philosophers argue that ethics is a sub-discipline of philosophy that deals with the dynamics of what is right and what is wrong when making decisions. Concerning research, ethics is an evolving field;……

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Hardicre, J. (2014). An overview of research ethics and learning from the past. British Journal of Nursing, 23(9), 483-486.

Kjellström, S., Ross, S. N., & Fridlund, B. (2010). Research ethics in dissertations: ethical issues and complexity of reasoning. Journal of medical ethics, 36(7), 425-430.

Simelane-Mnisi, S. (2018). Role and importance of ethics in research.  Ensuring research integrity and the ethical management of data (pp. 1-13). IGI Global.

Smith, D. (2003). Five principles for research ethics. Monitor on Psychology, 34(1), 56.

Resnik, D. B. (2015). What is ethics in research & why is it important? Retrieved May 26, 2020, from  https://www.niehs.nih.gov/research/resources/bioethics/whatis/index.cfm 

Walsh, R. T. (2015). Introduction to ethics in psychology: Historical and philosophical grounding. Journal of Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology, 35(2), 69.

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