26 August 2015

What was the deposition environment of the sedimentary rocks exposed in the study area (North West of Big Bend,TX most specific in the Dagger Mountain area)

Physics (including Earth and space sciences Big Bend)

Project description
1- What was the deposition environment of the sedimentary rocks exposed in the study area (North West of Big Bend,TX most specific in the Dagger Mountain area)?
2-What is the nature of magmatism? (composition, age, and type of intrusive bodies).
3-What types of folds and faults are exposed in the study area and when did they form?
4- What is the sequence of events (geologic history) archived in the Dagger Flat area?
Geologic Report Elements:
1-Introduction
2-Tectonic Setting
2.1 Geographic Setting
2.2 Major Tectonic Episodes Relevant to Project
3- Rock Units (Describe the following)
3.1 Sedimentary Units
3.2 Igneous Units
3.3 Quaternary Deposits
4-Structural Geology
4.1 Folds
4.2 Faults
5. Discussion
5.1 Give a geologic history of the area based on your results.
6 References ( style should be GSA Bulletin)
7- Figures
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26 August 2015

Discuss what goes in account when designing a roller bearing

Engineering and Construction Roller Bearing Design

Project description
Discuss what goes in account when designing a roller bearing. Discuss and define the different types of bearings(roller, ball, needle, etc.) Mention what is the life expectancy of each type. How is the mounting done. The different types of lubrication that could be used in a bearing. How is the selection criteria done,Discuss the failure modes and mechanisms, and the materials that can be used to the fabrication of bearings and why.
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26 August 2015

MarketingMOVEO – folding electric scooter

MarketingMOVEO – folding electric scooter

Use Chris Fill Framework to Create the Marketing Communication Plan
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26 August 2015

International Trade and Globalisation

International Trade and Globalisation

Project description
A choice of relevant topic is made with justification <br />
Good structure and good logical argument, not fully realised <br />
Functional but inaccurate use of the citation and referencing in the Harvard style. <br />
Good evidence of appropriate research and reading giving a well-balanced overview. <br />
Shows a good knowledge and understanding of the subject. Evidence of some research beyond core material. <br />
Clear evidence of understanding and application of relevant theory, largely correct with minor errors of detail <br />
Predominantly descriptive but some evidence of analytical thought <br />
Some key points and arguments <br />
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Referencing Requirements:<br />
ASSESSMENT DETAILS <br />
• Write a critical essay of no more than 3500 words on one of : Essay Title A: International Trade or Essay Title B: International Production <br />
• The aim of this critical essay is to demonstrate your learning and understanding from lectures, seminars, recommended and other relevant reading and relevant independent study while studying this module; any essays which do not demonstrate such relevant learning and understanding will be awarded a ‘fail’ mark <br />
Assessment Guidance Notes <br />
1. You are asked to select one essay title from two possible titles.<br />
Essay Title A: International Trade <br />
Essay Title B: International Production <br />
<br />
3. A good strategy is to firstly to provide context with a concise summary and overview of key issues from across a number of relevant lectures, and then to focus on a particular much narrower topic in detail and depth. As a rough guide, probably at least half of a good critical essay should consist of ‘detail and depth’. <br />
For example, suppose you choose Essay Title A: International Trade. <br />
Any essay on international trade should probably briefly demonstrate an understanding of key ideas regarding why international trade occurs and of the possible benefits or costs to different groups of people. Relevant ideas from the lectures include comparative advantage, intra-industry trade, the impact on factors of production (eg wages), the benefits or costs of restrictive trade policy, and so on. <br />
Then for ’detail and depth’ you can choose a narrower topic to suit your interests, such as<br />
– fair trade labelling systems (for example: are they needed? what do they claim to achieve? do they achieve this?) <br />
– observing and explaining patterns of trade (for example: looking at real-world examples, which trade seems to be explained by the theory of comparative advantage? what other types of trade are there?) <br />
– trade policy (for example: can you find real-world examples of trade barriers or the removal of trade barriers? who gains? who loses?)<br />
– preferential trade agreements (PTAs) (for example: what are the main PTAs? what effect have they had? are PTAs good or bad for world trade as a whole?) <br />
<br />
The above are examples – there are lots of different narrower topics that you could choose. <br />
Similar comments apply to Essay Title B: International Production. <br />
4. Whichever topic you choose for your critical essay, the overall approach should be: (a) firstly demonstrate your learning and understanding of key points from the lectures and recommended reading. <br />
You must do (a) to achieve a pass mark.<br />
Once you have done (a), additional marks are available for things such as:<br />
(b) demonstrating detailed, critical or insightful understanding of relevant theory<br />
(c) finding interesting real-world data or case study examples and e
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(d) locating and demonstrating your understanding of relevant good quality academic publications (eg located using Emerald or Business Source Premier) <br />
(e) demonstrating an awareness of different points of view, of how they relate to each other and of how they can reasonably coexist <br />
(f) demonstrating an appreciation of linkages – how ideas fit together; for example it is good to show that you understand comparative advantage and that you understand foreign direct investment (FDI); it is even better to show that you understand how these interact so that FDI can change a country’s comparative advantage <br />
(g) overall clarity and insight demonstrated in your essay style and structure <br />
5. Include your name, the module code and the title of your critical essay at the beginning of the document. All pages must be numbered. <br />
6. You must use the Harvard system to acknowledge publications that you have consulted and to provide evidence to support any claims that you make. The Harvard system is sometimes called the name-date system since in-text citations are in the format (Reinert 2012). <br />
Internet addresses should almost never be shown in the main text of your essay; instead use the name-date format. <br />
Citations must be used whenever your essay mentions something that you know because you have read about it somewhere, to acknowledge the person who wrote it. Your essay will mainly take ideas that you have read about and explain these using your own words, to show that you understand – this is called paraphrasing. Whenever you paraphrase, you need a citation.<br />
Rarely, you may want to reproduce exactly the words written by someone else; this is a quotation. Wherever you include a quotation you need more than just a citation – also the exact words reproduced must be in quotation marks “like this”.<br />
Lectures and similar University teaching material should not usually be cited in your essay. The purpose of most lectures is to draw your attention to textbooks and other publications that you should read – it is these that you should cite.
ASSESSMENT DETAILS
• Write a critical essay of no more than 3500 words on one of : Essay Title A: International Trade or Essay Title B: International Production
• The aim of this critical essay is to demonstrate your learning and understanding from lectures, seminars, recommended and other relevant reading and relevant independent study while studying this module; any essays which do not demonstrate such relevant learning and understanding will be awarded a ‘fail’ mark
Assessment Guidance Notes
1.    You are asked to select one essay title from two possible titles.
Essay Title A: International Trade
Essay Title B: International Production
3. A good strategy is to firstly to provide context with a concise summary and overview of key issues from across a number of relevant lectures, and then to focus on a particular much narrower topic in detail and depth. As a rough guide, probably at least half of a good critical essay should consist of ‘detail and depth’.
For example, suppose you choose Essay Title A: International Trade.
Any essay on international trade should probably briefly demonstrate an understanding of key ideas regarding why international trade occurs and of the possible benefits or costs to different groups of people. Relevant ideas from the lectures include comparative advantage, intra-industry trade, the impact on factors of production (eg wages), the benefits or costs of restrictive trade policy, and so on.
Then for ’detail and depth’ you can choose a narrower topic to suit your interests, such as
– fair trade labelling systems (for example: are they needed? what do they claim to achieve? do they achieve this?)
– observing and explaining patterns of trade (for example: looking at real-world examples, which trade seems to be explained by the theory of comparative advantage? what other types of trade are there?)
– trade policy (for example: can you find real-world examples of trade barriers or the removal of trade barriers? who gains? who loses?)
– preferential trade agreements (PTAs) (for example: what are the main PTAs? what effect have they had? are PTAs good or bad for world trade as a whole?)
The above are examples – there are lots of different narrower topics that you could choose.
Similar comments apply to Essay Title B: International Production.
4. Whichever topic you choose for your critical essay, the overall approach should be: (a) firstly demonstrate your learning and understanding of key points from the lectures and recommended reading.
You must do (a) to achieve a pass mark.
Once you have done (a), additional marks are available for things such as:
(b) demonstrating detailed, critical or insightful understanding of relevant theory
(c) finding interesting real-world data or case study examples and explaining how these relate to the general issues or illustrate theories
(d) locating and demonstrating your understanding of relevant good quality academic publications (eg located using Emerald or Business Source Premier)
(e) demonstrating an awareness of different points of view, of how they relate to each other and of how they can reasonably coexist
(f) demonstrating an appreciation of linkages – how ideas fit together; for example it is good to show that you understand comparative advantage and that you understand foreign direct investment (FDI); it is even better to show that you understand how these interact so that FDI can change a country’s comparative advantage
(g) overall clarity and insight demonstrated in your essay style and structure
5. Include your name, the module code and the title of your critical essay at the beginning of the document. All pages must be numbered.
6. You must use the Harvard system to acknowledge publications that you have consulted and to provide evidence to support any claims that you make. The Harvard system is sometimes called the name-date system since in-text citations are in the format (Reinert 2012).
Internet addresses should almost never be shown in the main text of your essay; instead use the name-date format.
Citations must be used whenever your essay mentions something that you know because you have read about it somewhere, to acknowledge the person who wrote it. Your essay will mainly take ideas that you have read about and explain these using your own words, to show that you understand – this is called paraphrasing. Whenever you paraphrase, you need a citation.
Rarely, you may want to reproduce exactly the words written by someone else; this is a quotation. Wherever you include a quotation you need more than just a citation – also the exact words reproduced must be in quotation marks “like this”.
Lectures and similar University teaching material should not usually be cited in your essay. The purpose of most lectures is to draw your attention to textbooks and other publications that you should read – it is these that you should cite.
Any tables or figures must be labelled similar to:
Figure 1: Demand and Production Possibility Frontiers. If the table or figure uses information from a publication, then a citation is also needed, similar to:
Figure 1: Demand and Production Possibility Frontiers.(Reinert 2012, p35). Using the Harvard system, you must provide a reference list at the end of your essay giving full information of each publication cited in the text. This should be a single list (not separate lists for books, web publications, etc) in alphabetical order by author surname. There are rules about exactly how this should be done; for more information see http://www.yorksj.ac.uk/information-learning-services/library/help-and-information/referencing-and-plagiarism.aspx also a document with further information is provided on the Moodle page for this module.
7. The logical structure of your essay is important in demonstrating your academic skills and your understanding of the topic. The essay should begin with a paragraph describing the aim of the essay and the structure of what you go on to say. The essay should have clear sections on well-defined topics that relate to each other in a logical way that develops the points you are making. These sections can be defined either using headings or by explaining what is happening in your text (eg above X was considered; Y is also important, this is considered next…).
Paragraphs are an important way of organizing what you write. The basic idea is that each paragraph should explore a single coherent idea; a new idea needs a new paragraph. It is good to keep paragraphs fairly short. There is no hard-and-fast rule about paragraph length but as a rough guide you should try not to exceed 10 to 15 lines of text, with most paragraphs shorter than this.
Since each paragraph contains an idea, and most ideas in your essay come from things that you have read, this implies that most paragraphs will contain at least one citation. The essay should end with a paragraph (perhaps two or three paragraphs) of conclusions. An essay of this type is very unlikely to reach a dramatic conclusion – don’t try. It is usually best to view the conclusion as a summary of the main points previously made in the essay. Doing this is another way in which you can demonstrate your good understanding.
8. The assessment is marked in accordance with the assessment criteria shown at the end of this document.
9. If you are in any doubt about any of the above, please discuss this with the module leader at your first opportunity. These matters are also discussed in seminars.
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26 August 2015

Essay, Visual Arts and Film Studies

Essay, Visual Arts and Film Studies

Project description
please give reference in Harvard style and wherever require reference, citation indicate accordingly
Portfolio instructions
For assessment B the portfolio worth 80%, you will be required to produce a single, word-processed piece of coursework of approximately 3500 words in total which includes all 9 tasks below. This will be submitted online by the deadline given. It should contain all the material listed below:
1.    A title page, giving word-count and your name/matriculation number
2.    A contents page
3.    The tasks
Task 1 Atkins and Murphy article
Task 2 Evidence-based approach to global health promotion
Task 3 Determinants and trends mini-essay
Task 4 School-based health promotion
Task 5 Nurses’ role in smoking cessation
Task 6 HPHS self-assessment
Task 7 Priorities in Workplace health and health promotion
Task 8 Health promotion projects and strategies
Task 9 Reflection on module
TASK 1-  Atkins & Murphy article
The article by Atkins S, & Murphy K, (1994) Reflective practice, Nursing standard 8 (39), 49-56, Nursing Standard. Is available in Articles For Portfolio Tasks.
Although this is an old source (1994) it is still highly relevant.
Take personal notes in your own words from the article and answer the questions below;
•    What is reflection/reflective practice?
•    What critical thought processes underpin reflection?
•    What is the difference between reflection in action and  reflection on action?
•    How does the Gibbs model of reflection compare with the Atkins and Murphy model in the article and which would you prefer to use and why?
Write up in full sentences totalling 300 -400 words and submit in your portfolio as task 1.
TASK 2 – Evidence-based approach to global health promotion
An evidence-based approach to nursing is now the norm but this approach is relatively new in health promotion especially in relation to fighting the greatest global determinant of health – poverty.
a)    Access the link below and listen to the video/audio clip of a talk lasting nearly 17 minutes. The talk is on fighting poverty in developing countries and the speaker focuses on whether interventions work and whether or not they are worth funding.
Ted Talks (2010) Esther Duflo: Social Experiments to fight poverty. Available at
http://www.ted.com/talks/lang/eng/esther_duflo_social_experiments_to_fight_poverty.html
TIP!
The speaker Esther Duflo has a strong French accent but on the right hand side of the video screen you can access an interactive transcript of her talk, choosing either English or Chinese.
b)    Take personal notes as you listen to the talk and compose a 200 word summary in your own words on the three evidence-based areas identified as successful.
c)    Submit this 200 word summary for your portfolio accompanied by 100 words of reflection which focus on your feelings about the messages in the talk, noting anything which surprised you.
TASK 3 – Determinants of health and trends
Singapore is a high income, developed country in the World Health Organisation (WHO) Western Pacific region. Residents in Singapore generally have good health with high life expectancy and low mortality rates. This has resulted in an ageing population with increasing chronic health issues.
Write a 500 word referenced essay which answers the question what are the key health issues facing Singapore, currently and in the future?
Start from the Singapore Health Promotion Board website http://www.hpb.gov.sg/ and then locate and use at least 5 other sources of data and information to provide referenced support for your mini-essay.
TASK  4 – School-based health promotion
Below is a journal article by Nathan et al. (2011) which has arisen from a research project about promoting fruit and vegetable consumption in school children.
a)    Access the link and read/study the article in detail, taking personal notes.
b)    Using your notes about the article, make a 300 word précis (summary) in your own words which answers the questions: what are the key messages from this article and is there enough evidence offered to support the messages?
Do not replicate the abstract.
c)    Then include a 200 word personal reflection on how (or if) the recommendations could be applied to your own nursing practice.
Nathan, N. et al. (2011) ‘Vegetable and fruit breaks in Australian primary schools: prevalence, attitudes, barriers and implementation strategies.’
Health Education Research 26(4) pp. 722-731.
This article is  available in Articles For Portfolio Tasks
TASK 5 – Nurses’ role in smoking cessation
Below is a journal article by Whyte et al. (2006) which has arisen from a Scottish research project about interventions for tobacco smoking.
a)    Access the link below and read/study the article in detail, taking personal notes.
Whyte, RE., Watson, HE., McIntosh, J.(2006) ‘Nurses’ opportunistic interventions with patients in relation to smoking.’ Journal of Advanced Nursing Volume 55, Issue 5, pages 568–577
This article is available in Articles For Portfolio Tasks
b)    Answer the 8 questions about the Whyte et al. (2006) in 300 words and submit for your portfolio.
•    What is the study called?
•    Who conducted it?
•    When was it conducted / published?
•    What were the aims of the study?
•    What happened?
•    What were the findings or results?
•    What conclusions were drawn?
•    What were the strengths / weaknesses / limitations in your opinion?
c)    Also include 200 words of personal reflection on the following:
•    Your thoughts and feelings about the paper and the results, including what interested you or surprised you.
•    How this compares to your experience so far in assessment of or health education with patients who smoke.
•    How (or if) the recommendations could be applied to your own nursing practice.
TASK 6 – Health promoting health service (HPHS) self-assessment
a)    Access the link below and complete the self-assessment survey on behalf of your current ward or hospital (or your previous placement if easier), answering to the best of your current knowledge. The purpose of this assessment tool is to help you assess where your ward/institution is in terms of the HPHS standards for health promotion see Learning Unit 4
Health Promotion Board (2010) Online self-assessment of HPHS Standards Available at http://surveys.hpb.gov.sg/s3/hphs
Upon completion of the questionnaire, you will be provided with a report giving feedback about each of the five HPHS standards, with suggestions for improvement in each standard.
b)    Print out a copy of this report with the feedback given and submit for your portfolio.
c)    Also include 100-200 words of reflection on your experience of undertaking this task, your observations about the document and its language, your feelings about the standards in your ward or hospital and anything which surprised you.
TASK 7 – Priorities in Workplace health and health promotion
Access the document at the link below and write a report of 300 -400 words using your own words which addresses the following:
•    Who are the key stakeholders in workplace health promotion?
•    Why is workplace health so topical and what is the effect of an ageing workforce?
•    What methods of health promotion and health education are recommended?
Ministry of Health Singapore (2010) Report by the National Tripartite Committee on Workplace health. Available at:
http://www.moh.gov.sg/content/moh_web/home/pressRoom/pressRoomItemRelease/2008/a_tripartite_committee_to_bring_down_Ill-Health_at_the_workplace.html
Note: This is quite a large document; allow time for it to download
TASK 8 – Health promotion projects and strategies
Access the links to the four health promotion projects below and take personal notes to compile information about each of the projects, highlighting similarities and differences in approach, using the template overleaf.
Health promotion projects
1.    Cervical Screen Singapore (CSS) available at: http://www.hpb.gov.sg/programmes/article.aspx?id=3342
2.    TOUCH project available at: http://www.touch.org.sg/about_us
3.    Strategy to Stop Tuberculosis 2011-2015 available at: http://www.wpro.who.int/entity/tb/documents/policy/2010/regional_strategy/en/index.html
4.    Strategy on Diet, Physical Activity and Health available at: http://www.who.int/dietphysicalactivity/en/
Project 1
CSS    Project 2
TOUCH
Project 3
Strategy to stop TB    Project 4
Strategy on Diet, Physical Activity and Health
The scope of this project
Is it local, regional, national, or international?
The target of this project
Is it for individuals, groups, communities or populations
The main focus of the project
Is it physical, mental, intellectual, emotional, social, or societal in focus?
The need for the project
Established by individuals, community, voluntary organisation, statutory organisation or government?
Method(s) used in the project to enable health improvement?
1:1 input, leaflet, advice or education, group work, community action, TV/radio messages or laws/policies?
Task 9 – Reflection on the module content
Write 200-300 words of personal reflection about your experience of undertaking the module. Consider your strengths and weaknesses in relation to:
•    Working online, as a distance learner
•    The nature of some of the reading materials
•    The way you approached the module and its assignments
•    What you learned and how this links with the rest of your degree studies.
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