24 August 2015

TheologyNeeds an abstract, footnotes, and bibliography, introduction and conclusion. The research paper will be comprised of 2 major sections. First, you will be required to survey the history of the Second Temple period; this section will be the larger portion of your paper. Begin this section with the Persian period and Israel’s return from exile and end with the destruction of the Second Temple in AD 70. Be sure to address how various events, individuals, and groups (in their correct chronological order) impacted the Jews and the land of Israel leading up to and during the time of Christ. In the second major section of the paper, pick 1 significant event, person, group, or ideology (e.g., Alexander the Great, Antiochus Epiphanes, the rise of Hellenism, the Maccabees, the Hasmoneans, the Herodian Dynasty, the Pharisees, the Sadducees, Mystery Religions, Pagan Philosophy, etc.). Highlight the event, person, group, or ideology in more detail while explaining how it affected the first-century world of the Jews and their expectation of the Messiah. For example, you may want to go into more detail concerning Herod’s rule of Palestine, Hellenism’s influence upon Jewish culture, or the rise of some religious sects or political groups and their reaction to Jesus.
Your paper must include a thesis statement in the introduction of the paper. A thesis statement is an assertion that you will attempt to prove with relevant data drawn from your research; you will defend it throughout your research paper. It tells the reader what is important about your paper and what they may conclude after having read it.

This paper must be double-spaced, use only 12-point Times New Roman font, and contain 1-inch margins. Your paper must follow the mandatory style guidelines set forth by the Seminary. It must be 9–12 pages; there will be no extra credit given for exceeding the maximum page limit. Your title page, table of contents (if you choose to include one), and the bibliography do not count as part of the 9-page minimum. You will be required to cite at least 5 scholarly sources throughout your paper. You may count your textbooks toward this total; feel free to contact the instructor for approval of other possible critical sources to use in your paper. Proper citation of sources in Turabian’s Liberal Arts format is required. You will be graded on argumentation, content, and style. Be sure to read the guidelines for research papers in Blackboard before beginning this assignment. (Note: No clip art, artwork, pictures, or charts are allowed in any research paper for this course.)

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TheologyNeeds an abstract, footnotes, and bibliography, introduction and conclusion. The research paper will be comprised of 2 major sections. First, you will be required […]


24 August 2015

Explain what you think is meant when businesses say “students write poorly”

BSAD 098    Essay Question

Some College advisors (professional business representatives who look to hire graduates) make convincing claims that our seniors do not know how to write.
Read the three short newspaper articles (links are below) about workplace writing, and write an essay that addresses the following:
1.      Explain what you think is meant when businesses say “students write poorly”. In what ways can’t students write? Use the newspaper articles for support (click on the links below—or paste them into your browser).
2.      In your own words, explain what good writing is. Why is it important that business students have these skills?
3.      Assess honestly and in some detail, your own communication abilities. Give detailed and relevant examples of your experiences that reveal how you reached your overall assessment.  These can be skills you learned on your own or with friends, classes you took, problems that you have encountered, or skills you have not been able to learn.
The essay should be at least 2 full pages long plus a bibliography/references page (total of at least 3 pages). Use the following formatting.
·         Microsoft Word (.doc or .docx)
·         Times New Roman
·         12 pt. font
·         Double spaced (including between paragraphs)
·         1-inch margins
Papers that do not meet these requirements will not be accepted.
These essays will be read but not assessed a grade.  They are assessed for our accreditation report based on the rubric included below. Because “average” or “below-average” grades affect our College’s accreditation efforts, we expect you to do your best to write a good paper. These essays are also used to improve teaching and learning in our College for the benefit of future students.
We believe having you self-assess your communication skills is beneficial to you. It may help you find a job, or obtain more opportunities in both the work-place and in graduate school. Similarly, we believe our seniors should be able to respond effectively to complaints about work-place writing raised by corporate America.

Article # 1                   “Business schools take aim at bad writing.”




Article # 2       “University students: They can't write, spell or present an argument.”




Article # 3                   “Why Is Business Writing So Bad?”

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Explain what you think is meant when businesses say “students write poorly” BSAD 098    Essay Question Some College advisors (professional business representatives who look […]


24 August 2015

Is higher education worth the cost

Essay length: at least three pages, typed, double-spaced, Times New Roman 12 point.


TASK: You are answering the question: “Is higher education worth the cost?” You may agree (“yes”), disagree (“no”), or agree and disagree (“okay, but”), using the essays in Chapter 14 of They Say/I Say to support your position.

Be sure to: plant at least one “naysayer,” demonstrate your skills of summarizing and proper quotation framing, say “why it matters,” and achieve a balance of logos, ethos, and pathos.
Criteria for evaluating your essay:
–Is the writer’s purpose/position/audience clear?
–Does the writer position him/herself within the existing debate?
–Does the writer spend enough time discussing other writers’ views?
–Is the writer compelling in support of his/her position?
–Is the essay effectively organized?
–Are the paragraphs adequately developed?
–Is the tone appropriate to the essay’s purpose?
–Is there evidence of attention to language, especially in the areas of vocabulary and verb choices?
–Are direct quotations used, and are those quotes properly framed?
–Does the essay contain basic errors in grammar, punctuation, or spelling?
–Do the header and works cited page meet MLA guidelines?

I want it as soon as possible please, It is due tomorrow before 12 pm
I need it to be only 2 pages

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Is higher education worth the cost Essay length: at least three pages, typed, double-spaced, Times New Roman 12 point. TASK: You are answering the […]


24 August 2015

The differences between B2B & B2C take Procter and Gamble as an exampleThe differences between B2B & B2C take Procter and Gamble as an example

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The differences between B2B & B2C take Procter and Gamble as an exampleThe differences between B2B & B2C take Procter and Gamble as an […]


24 August 2015

Government Controls SocietyPREPARATION OUTLINE GUIDE *
The following is a guide to use as you develop preparation outlines for your speeches. For purposes of
illustration, this guide has three main points in the body of the speech. In your speeches, of course, the number
and organization of main points, sub points, and sub-sub points will vary depending on the topic and purpose of
any given speech. However, the elements needed in the outline—title, specific purpose statement, central idea,
introduction, body, conclusion, connectives, bibliography—will remain the same. For more information, check
the guidelines for preparation outline and the sample preparation outline in your textbook.
~~~~~~~~~~~
Name:
Date:
TITLE
(Although Stephen Lucas suggests a title in his textbook: The Art of Public Speaking, you are not required
to add a title to your outlines for this class. If you choose to add a title, be sure to consult the discussion of
speech titles in the textbook.)
Specific Purpose Statement: (Should fit the criteria for specific purpose statements from your textbook.)
Central Idea Statement: (Should fit the criteria for central idea statements from your textbook.)
INTRODUCTION
(You may either write out your Introduction word-for-word, or present it in outline form. In either case,
label the Introduction as a distinct section of the speech and make sure it fulfills all four major objectives
of an introduction explained in your textbook: (1) Gain the attention and interest of the audience; (2)
Reveal the topic of the speech: (3) Establish credibility and goodwill; (4) Preview the body of the
speech.)
(Connective: Make sure the audience knows you are moving from the introduction to the first main point of the
body. Review information from your textbook for information on connectives)
BODY
I. The first main point is a single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the
speech.
A. Sub point: (As with main points, sub points should be written in full sentences.)
1. Sub-sub point (Sub-sub points do not need not to be written as full sentences.)
2. Sub-sub point
B. Sub point
(Connective: Use a transition or other connective to help the audience move with you from one main point to
the next. Review information from your textbook for information on connectives)
II. The second main point is a single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the
speech.
A. Sub point: (As with main points, sub points should be written in full sentences.)
B. Sub point:
1. Sub-sub point
a. Sub-sub-point (these are further developments of the sub-sub point above. They do not
need not to be written as full sentences.)
b.
2. Sub-sub point
(Connective: Use a transition or other connective to help the audience move with you from one main point to
the next. Review information from your textbook for information on connectives)
III. The next main point is a single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the
speech.
A. Sub point:
1. Sub-sub point
2. Sub-sub point
3. Sub-sub point
B. Sub point:
1. Sub-sub point
2. Sub-sub point
3. Sub-sub point
C, Sub point:
1. Sub-sub point
2. Sub-sub point
3. Sub-sub point
(Connective: Use a transition or other connective to help the audience move with you from the body of your
speech to the conclusion.)
CONCLUSION
(You may either write out your Conclusion word-for-word, or present it in outline form. In either case,
label the Conclusion as a distinct section of the speech and make sure it fulfills both major objectives of
an conclusion explained in your textbook: (1) Let the audience know you are ending the speech; and (2)
Reinforce the audience’s understanding of, commitment to, the central idea. Your instructor also
suggests you summarize the main points you’ve discussed during the body of the speech. )
BIBLIOGRAPHY
(Here you list complete citations for the research materials used in preparing your speech. The two major
bibliography formats are those recommended by the Modern Language Association (MLA) and the
American Psychological Association (APA). Sample citations are provided in the textbook. Your
instructor prefers you use the MLA format because it asks for the retrieval date of internet citations.)
* This guideline is adapted from strategies discussed in Stephen E. Lucas’ The Art of Public Speaking.

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Government Controls SocietyPREPARATION OUTLINE GUIDE *The following is a guide to use as you develop preparation outlines for your speeches. For purposes ofillustration, this […]


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