26 August 2015

System Design
System Design

Design a secure network for an organization that has three campuses.  Campus A has about 250 users and is located 125 miles from Campus B and 370 miles from Campus C.  Campus B has about 100 users and is located 390 miles from Campus C.  Campus C has 75 users.  A user should be able to login to any workstation and have access to his or her network resources (printers, network storage, etc.).  The organization performs regular business functions and does not have any special requirements for privacy or secure transmission that exceed regular business practices but data transmission between campuses should be considered “reasonably secure” from inspection.  At least two paths should exist from each campus to each other campus to provide redundancy and a backup in the case that a link fails.
You should deliver a plan that describes the architecture and equipment used to interconnect the LANs at each campus.  List any assumptions that you are making (for example, “Windows Domain Controllers will be used”).  For each service or hardware component you must provide a price, good estimates are acceptable where exact prices cannot be determined.  You must provide estimates for a total amount required to implement the system and also the amount per month to operate the system.  Extra points will be awarded for lower total prices as long as the proposed equipment and services seem adequate.  You must also provide an estimated amount of time required for implementation and testing.

Remember, you are only concerned with the services, equipment, and costs of securely connecting the three campuses.  You do not need to worry about workstations, printers, storage, webservers, etc.


You will be graded based on how well you demonstrate the following:
  • Identification of Problem or Definition of Project
  • Stakeholder Research and Analysis
  • Impact Analysis Research (economic, cultural, ethical, social, legal)
  • Timeframe Analysis
  • Alternatives Evaluation
  • Hardware Requirements
  • System and Application Software Selected for Use
  • Proposed Solution Objectives


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26 August 2015

Stargirl Book by: Jerry SpinelliPaper instructions:
make a paragraph on three events leading up to the climax ,and include what happened after the climax

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Stargirl Book by: Jerry SpinelliPaper instructions:make a paragraph on three events leading up to the climax ,and include what happened after the climax Click […]


26 August 2015

The boy in the striped pajamas
Collegiate Summer Reading List Page 1
Collegiate School of Memphis
2014 Summer Reading List – 8th Grade
Students are to read the books listed below over the summer break. Students are expected
to annotate each book and write a book report for both the required books.
Parents:
? It is recommended that you purchase the books for your student so that they may
annotate as well as add to their personal repertoire of novels.
? We have given The Booksellers at Laurelwood our reading list in order to have
copies available for purchase.
? WARNING: Any of the following young adult literature may contain mature reading
material.
Required Reading:
The Boy in the Striped Pajamas by John Boyne
Guaranteed to spark discussion and debate—this is a tale of two young boys experiencing the
Holocaust from different perspectives and getting caught up in terrible events entirely beyond
their control.
Gifted Hands by Ben Carson
Gifted Hands is the riveting story of one man's secret for success, tested against daunting odds and
driven by an incredible mindset that dares to take risks. This inspiring autobiography takes you
into the operating room to witness surgeries that made headlines around the world–and into the
private mind of a compassionate, God-fearing physician who lives to help others.
Choose one of the following books in addition to the required reading:
Nothing but the Truth, A Documentary Novel by Avi
A ninth-grader's suspension for singing “The Star-Spangled Banner” during homeroom becomes a
national news story. In this remarkable Newbery Honor book, facts, people, actions, and reactions
are presented in stark documentary style. The truth — and nothing but the truth — can be
discovered by only one person: the reader.
Stargirl by Jerry Spinelli
Leo Borlock follows the unspoken rule at Mica Area High School: don't stand out–under any
circumstances! Then Stargirl arrives at Mica High and everything changes–for Leo and for the
entire school. After 15 years of home schooling, Stargirl bursts into tenth grade in an explosion of
color and a clatter of ukulele music, enchanting the Mica student body. In a celebration of
nonconformity, Jerry Spinelli weaves a tense, emotional tale about the fleeting, cruel nature of
popularity–and the thrill and inspiration of first love.
Collegiate Summer Reading List Page 2
Required Summer Reading Book Report
Contents of your report:
Protagonist Paragraph- The protagonist is the lead character or hero of the story. You will write
a paragraph about the protagonist of the story. This can include physical characteristics, age,
interests,
etc…
It
also
must
include at least two character traits, words that describe the
character’s
personality,
for
the
protagonist
and
you
must
say
how
you
know
that
the
protagonist
possesses those traits. You should use embedded quotes to support your traits.
Antagonist Paragraph- The antagonist is the person or force that is against the protagonist. A
force
can
be
anything
from
nature
to
the
character’s
own
emotions.
You
will
write
a
paragraph
about how the antagonist is against the protagonist, explaining why they are the antagonist. It also
must include at least two character traits of the antagonist, if the antagonist is a person, and you
must explain how you know that the antagonist possesses those traits. You should use
embedded quotes to support your traits.
Conflict Paragraph- You should explain in a paragraph or a few paragraphs what the main
conflict or problem is in the story. You must state if the conflict is internal or external (usually
both will be present). If there are multiple conflicts then explain the most important ones.
Setting Paragraph- You should explain in a paragraph the time and place where the story is set.
You should explain how the setting changes if the story takes place in multiple places or times.
Explain why the setting is important to the story, which would include the social and political
climate and how that affects the characters or the plot.
Point of View Paragraph- You should state what point of view the story is told from and how you
know. Say if it is in first person or third person. You will write a paragraph explaining how the
point of view affects the story. Explain why the point of view might be important, including the
characteristics of the narrator that might affect how they tell the story.
Rising Action- You should discuss in a paragraph the three most important events that build the
rising action of the novel. After explaining each event you should tell why that event was
important to the plot. Explain how each event builds suspense or complicates the conflict.
Climax and Resolution Paragraph- The climax is the moment in the story that is the turning
point (it is also usually intense and exciting). You should write a paragraph explaining the climax
of the story, why that is the climax, and then the resolution that follows it.
Theme Paragraph- You should write a paragraph about two themes of the book. The theme is
what the book teaches you about life. You should state in this paragraph how you knew these were
themes. Remember a theme must be universal. You should use quotes that were important in the
book
to
teach
these
themes.
Also,
you
should
make
connections
to
themes
in
other
works
we’ve
read.
Collegiate Summer Reading List Page 3
Guidelines for your report:
Your report should be typed in 12-point regular font (Ariel, Calibri, Times New Roman),
and should be double spaced. You should title your report Book Report: Title of Book and put
your heading in the upper right hand corner of the page like we learned in class. You should use
complete sentences and correct grammar and spelling.
Your paragraphs will be graded considering the rubric rows of word choice and
sentence fluency. Please pay special attention to these.
Plagiarism is strictly forbidden. Any work that is not completely your own will result in a
grade of zero and a referral to the honor council.

26 August 2015,
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The boy in the striped pajamas Collegiate Summer Reading List Page 1 Collegiate School of Memphis 2014 Summer Reading List – 8th Grade Students […]


26 August 2015

The boy in the striped pajamas
Collegiate Summer Reading List Page 1
Collegiate School of Memphis
2014 Summer Reading List – 8th Grade
Students are to read the books listed below over the summer break. Students are expected
to annotate each book and write a book report for both the required books.
Parents:
? It is recommended that you purchase the books for your student so that they may
annotate as well as add to their personal repertoire of novels.
? We have given The Booksellers at Laurelwood our reading list in order to have
copies available for purchase.
? WARNING: Any of the following young adult literature may contain mature reading
material.
Required Reading:
The Boy in the Striped Pajamas by John Boyne
Guaranteed to spark discussion and debate—this is a tale of two young boys experiencing the
Holocaust from different perspectives and getting caught up in terrible events entirely beyond
their control.
Gifted Hands by Ben Carson
Gifted Hands is the riveting story of one man's secret for success, tested against daunting odds and
driven by an incredible mindset that dares to take risks. This inspiring autobiography takes you
into the operating room to witness surgeries that made headlines around the world–and into the
private mind of a compassionate, God-fearing physician who lives to help others.
Choose one of the following books in addition to the required reading:
Nothing but the Truth, A Documentary Novel by Avi
A ninth-grader's suspension for singing “The Star-Spangled Banner” during homeroom becomes a
national news story. In this remarkable Newbery Honor book, facts, people, actions, and reactions
are presented in stark documentary style. The truth — and nothing but the truth — can be
discovered by only one person: the reader.
Stargirl by Jerry Spinelli
Leo Borlock follows the unspoken rule at Mica Area High School: don't stand out–under any
circumstances! Then Stargirl arrives at Mica High and everything changes–for Leo and for the
entire school. After 15 years of home schooling, Stargirl bursts into tenth grade in an explosion of
color and a clatter of ukulele music, enchanting the Mica student body. In a celebration of
nonconformity, Jerry Spinelli weaves a tense, emotional tale about the fleeting, cruel nature of
popularity–and the thrill and inspiration of first love.
Collegiate Summer Reading List Page 2
Required Summer Reading Book Report
Contents of your report:
Protagonist Paragraph- The protagonist is the lead character or hero of the story. You will write
a paragraph about the protagonist of the story. This can include physical characteristics, age,
interests,
etc…
It
also
must
include at least two character traits, words that describe the
character’s
personality,
for
the
protagonist
and
you
must
say
how
you
know
that
the
protagonist
possesses those traits. You should use embedded quotes to support your traits.
Antagonist Paragraph- The antagonist is the person or force that is against the protagonist. A
force
can
be
anything
from
nature
to
the
character’s
own
emotions.
You
will
write
a
paragraph
about how the antagonist is against the protagonist, explaining why they are the antagonist. It also
must include at least two character traits of the antagonist, if the antagonist is a person, and you
must explain how you know that the antagonist possesses those traits. You should use
embedded quotes to support your traits.
Conflict Paragraph- You should explain in a paragraph or a few paragraphs what the main
conflict or problem is in the story. You must state if the conflict is internal or external (usually
both will be present). If there are multiple conflicts then explain the most important ones.
Setting Paragraph- You should explain in a paragraph the time and place where the story is set.
You should explain how the setting changes if the story takes place in multiple places or times.
Explain why the setting is important to the story, which would include the social and political
climate and how that affects the characters or the plot.
Point of View Paragraph- You should state what point of view the story is told from and how you
know. Say if it is in first person or third person. You will write a paragraph explaining how the
point of view affects the story. Explain why the point of view might be important, including the
characteristics of the narrator that might affect how they tell the story.
Rising Action- You should discuss in a paragraph the three most important events that build the
rising action of the novel. After explaining each event you should tell why that event was
important to the plot. Explain how each event builds suspense or complicates the conflict.
Climax and Resolution Paragraph- The climax is the moment in the story that is the turning
point (it is also usually intense and exciting). You should write a paragraph explaining the climax
of the story, why that is the climax, and then the resolution that follows it.
Theme Paragraph- You should write a paragraph about two themes of the book. The theme is
what the book teaches you about life. You should state in this paragraph how you knew these were
themes. Remember a theme must be universal. You should use quotes that were important in the
book
to
teach
these
themes.
Also,
you
should
make
connections
to
themes
in
other
works
we’ve
read.
Collegiate Summer Reading List Page 3
Guidelines for your report:
Your report should be typed in 12-point regular font (Ariel, Calibri, Times New Roman),
and should be double spaced. You should title your report Book Report: Title of Book and put
your heading in the upper right hand corner of the page like we learned in class. You should use
complete sentences and correct grammar and spelling.
Your paragraphs will be graded considering the rubric rows of word choice and
sentence fluency. Please pay special attention to these.
Plagiarism is strictly forbidden. Any work that is not completely your own will result in a
grade of zero and a referral to the honor council.

26 August 2015,
 0

The boy in the striped pajamas Collegiate Summer Reading List Page 1 Collegiate School of Memphis 2014 Summer Reading List – 8th Grade Students […]


26 August 2015

The boy in the striped pajamas
Collegiate Summer Reading List Page 1
Collegiate School of Memphis
2014 Summer Reading List – 8th Grade
Students are to read the books listed below over the summer break. Students are expected
to annotate each book and write a book report for both the required books.
Parents:
? It is recommended that you purchase the books for your student so that they may
annotate as well as add to their personal repertoire of novels.
? We have given The Booksellers at Laurelwood our reading list in order to have
copies available for purchase.
? WARNING: Any of the following young adult literature may contain mature reading
material.
Required Reading:
The Boy in the Striped Pajamas by John Boyne
Guaranteed to spark discussion and debate—this is a tale of two young boys experiencing the
Holocaust from different perspectives and getting caught up in terrible events entirely beyond
their control.
Gifted Hands by Ben Carson
Gifted Hands is the riveting story of one man's secret for success, tested against daunting odds and
driven by an incredible mindset that dares to take risks. This inspiring autobiography takes you
into the operating room to witness surgeries that made headlines around the world–and into the
private mind of a compassionate, God-fearing physician who lives to help others.
Choose one of the following books in addition to the required reading:
Nothing but the Truth, A Documentary Novel by Avi
A ninth-grader's suspension for singing “The Star-Spangled Banner” during homeroom becomes a
national news story. In this remarkable Newbery Honor book, facts, people, actions, and reactions
are presented in stark documentary style. The truth — and nothing but the truth — can be
discovered by only one person: the reader.
Stargirl by Jerry Spinelli
Leo Borlock follows the unspoken rule at Mica Area High School: don't stand out–under any
circumstances! Then Stargirl arrives at Mica High and everything changes–for Leo and for the
entire school. After 15 years of home schooling, Stargirl bursts into tenth grade in an explosion of
color and a clatter of ukulele music, enchanting the Mica student body. In a celebration of
nonconformity, Jerry Spinelli weaves a tense, emotional tale about the fleeting, cruel nature of
popularity–and the thrill and inspiration of first love.
Collegiate Summer Reading List Page 2
Required Summer Reading Book Report
Contents of your report:
Protagonist Paragraph- The protagonist is the lead character or hero of the story. You will write
a paragraph about the protagonist of the story. This can include physical characteristics, age,
interests,
etc…
It
also
must
include at least two character traits, words that describe the
character’s
personality,
for
the
protagonist
and
you
must
say
how
you
know
that
the
protagonist
possesses those traits. You should use embedded quotes to support your traits.
Antagonist Paragraph- The antagonist is the person or force that is against the protagonist. A
force
can
be
anything
from
nature
to
the
character’s
own
emotions.
You
will
write
a
paragraph
about how the antagonist is against the protagonist, explaining why they are the antagonist. It also
must include at least two character traits of the antagonist, if the antagonist is a person, and you
must explain how you know that the antagonist possesses those traits. You should use
embedded quotes to support your traits.
Conflict Paragraph- You should explain in a paragraph or a few paragraphs what the main
conflict or problem is in the story. You must state if the conflict is internal or external (usually
both will be present). If there are multiple conflicts then explain the most important ones.
Setting Paragraph- You should explain in a paragraph the time and place where the story is set.
You should explain how the setting changes if the story takes place in multiple places or times.
Explain why the setting is important to the story, which would include the social and political
climate and how that affects the characters or the plot.
Point of View Paragraph- You should state what point of view the story is told from and how you
know. Say if it is in first person or third person. You will write a paragraph explaining how the
point of view affects the story. Explain why the point of view might be important, including the
characteristics of the narrator that might affect how they tell the story.
Rising Action- You should discuss in a paragraph the three most important events that build the
rising action of the novel. After explaining each event you should tell why that event was
important to the plot. Explain how each event builds suspense or complicates the conflict.
Climax and Resolution Paragraph- The climax is the moment in the story that is the turning
point (it is also usually intense and exciting). You should write a paragraph explaining the climax
of the story, why that is the climax, and then the resolution that follows it.
Theme Paragraph- You should write a paragraph about two themes of the book. The theme is
what the book teaches you about life. You should state in this paragraph how you knew these were
themes. Remember a theme must be universal. You should use quotes that were important in the
book
to
teach
these
themes.
Also,
you
should
make
connections
to
themes
in
other
works
we’ve
read.
Collegiate Summer Reading List Page 3
Guidelines for your report:
Your report should be typed in 12-point regular font (Ariel, Calibri, Times New Roman),
and should be double spaced. You should title your report Book Report: Title of Book and put
your heading in the upper right hand corner of the page like we learned in class. You should use
complete sentences and correct grammar and spelling.
Your paragraphs will be graded considering the rubric rows of word choice and
sentence fluency. Please pay special attention to these.
Plagiarism is strictly forbidden. Any work that is not completely your own will result in a
grade of zero and a referral to the honor council.

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The boy in the striped pajamas Collegiate Summer Reading List Page 1 Collegiate School of Memphis 2014 Summer Reading List – 8th Grade Students […]


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