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Historical Data/Perspective: Begin by giving historical data about the text. Thi

Historical Data/Perspective: Begin by giving historical data about the text. This may be material directly related to the work itself, or it may material related to the time period (What was taking place at the time this work was written?). The best presentations combine both these approaches.Brief Summary of Text: Next, give a brief summary of the text. THIS SUMMARY MUST BE IN YOUR OWN WORDS. You may format it any way you desire, i.e., by chapters, books, sections, or…

Collin Film Series – “The Right Stuff” – Nov 16-20Collin College Auteur Film Ser

Collin Film Series - "The Right Stuff" - Nov 16-20Collin College Auteur Film Series presents a free screening of The Right StuffOnline discussion takes place Nov. 16-20, 2020(PG, 1983, dir. Philip Kaufman, 193 minutes)Story of a group of top military pilots, seven of whom become the first American astronauts.All films in this year's series are free to students, faculty, and staff to stream individually at any time via the Collin College libraries. Some material may not be suitable for all…

You need to research and present on the following information about a negotiatio

You need to research and present on the following information about a negotiation case of your choice: history and background information of the conflict/negotiation, key parties, major issues/problems/obstacles, negotiation outcome (if applies), negotiation strategies used, etc. Discuss the takeaway knowledge you have gained from working on this case at the end of the presentation. 1) One or a series of negotiations for a business transaction (domestic or international). Examples: Apple and Samsung’s Dispute Resolution, Starbucks and Kraft Foods Dispute, Disney…

Final: What is Tibet?Imagine you are a teacher with a group of students, a tour

Final: What is Tibet?Imagine you are a teacher with a group of students, a tour guide with a group of tourists, or a college student who has taken a class on Tibet and is asked by an interested family member, friend, or acquaintance about Tibet—like, “what should I know about Tibet?” Write an essay introducing and explaining Tibet to this audience (10 pages is about a 20 minute talk).You may use any format, as long as that format is in…

Firstly I want to say, the writer need to make a topic because the writer decide

Firstly I want to say, the writer need to make a topic because the writer decide what she wants to talk in whole paper. I am sending essay instructions flies, so please read that. I don't want the writer to use any other sources other than what I am sending. Please read the flies I am sending and do the essay. Please please please read all the flies and do the essay according from that file. Must cite everything I…

Students will write in the 1st Person a “creative” research paper in which he or

Students will write in the 1st Person a “creative” research paper in which he or she will assume the identity of ANY of the following occupations (only choose one occupation to write on): an artist/sculptor, (or) a writer, (or) an entrepreneur, (or) an inventor/scientist and create a factual, biographical account of that historical figure’s career and the contributions made to the world to include the following: (Must include in your paper ALL 6 POINTS below to get full credit!) 1.…

This Term Project is designed to teach you how to seek out and enjoy the humanit

This Term Project is designed to teach you how to seek out and enjoy the humanities in a virtual world and to understand the benefits of the humanities, particularly in time of crisis (such as the current pandemic we are living through). For this project, students will research and report on the benefits of studying/experiencing the humanities and will put these benefits to work by designing their own virtual experience. Experiences might include:

Instructions: Writing feedback PART A Theory (approximately 1500 words)Use the l

Instructions: Writing feedback PART A Theory (approximately 1500 words)Use the literature on teacher feedback on writing and your own experiences as an English teacher to critically discuss teacher feedback on English learners’ writing. In this discussion, make sure that you demonstrate a clear awareness of what teacher feedback on writing involves and that it goes further than error correction. 1,In this critical discussion, consider points:①Definition of feedback②Classification of feedbackSuch as :Content and language feedback Direct and indirect feedback Praise and…

Answer three (3) questions in essay form. Each question should be at least two (

Answer three (3) questions in essay form. Each question should be at least two (2) pages in length, double-spaced, 12 pt. font. The total length of the essay should be 6-8 pages.1. E. B. Tylor (in 1871) and to some degree James Frazer (1890-1915) articulated what we can call the first attempt to give an anthropological (in the modern sense of the term) account of religion. First, how do their accounts differ, for example, from the Enlightenment’s naturalistic explanation of…

– For cultural relativists, human rights are a Eurocentric construct to suppress

- For cultural relativists, human rights are a Eurocentric construct to suppress indigenous cultures and traditions. For Universalists, culture is at times used to violate the human rights of individuals. In your opinion, with reference to specific cases, are modern day human rights a new form of colonialism or are local practices and cultures occasionally used as an excuse to suppress human rights? Is there a balance to be found, especially in a “multicultural” country such as Canada?1. The maximum…