Today, I will need your help with a reflection paper for my communication class. I will need you first to read the 3 first chapter in the book (link for the book: https://open.lib.umn.edu/communication/ ) : Read:
Chapter 1 – The Communication Process //
Chapter 2 – Communication
The Brief Using your assigned brand this assignment builds from the presentation. Therefore using your previous knowledge, you will
Using your assigned brand this assignment builds from the presentation. Therefore using your previous
knowledge, you will produce an Individual Illustrated Narrative and annotated bibliography that
shows how your brand has impacted on the contemporary world of fashion marketing and branding in
the context of image or visual communication.
Illustrated Narrative (2,400 words)
You will examine how your brand utilises visuals as a marketing tool. You will show how visuals have
contributed to brand heritage, DNA and brand identity through semiotic analysis of key brand visuals and
campaigns or specific adverts. You may wish to include any semiotic theories and any applicable
marketing models to support your examination of how your brand uses visuals to connect with
consumers and engage in broader cultural conversations such as Inclusivity or Sustainability. You may
wish to compare your brand’s use of visuals to others.
You should also include a brief literature review of existing research and academic writing on your brand
to support and/or counteract the examination of your brand’s visual communication. The literature review
can have a section of its own or be woven through your narrative as a whole.
Your narrative should be no more than 2,400 words
Within your Visual Narrative, you should consider including the following to structure your assignment:
• An introduction to your Narrative
• A brief overview/history of the brand
• Literature Review (if it is not woven through your narrative)
• Discussion of key marketing campaigns and imagery from your brand
• Discussion about key marketing campaigns and imagery from a competitor brand
• Examination on your brands historical and contemporary stance on sustainability, diversity and
technology through visual communication.
• Annotated Bibliography
• Image References
Annotated Bibliography (600 words)
The visual narrative is accompanied by an Annotated Bibliography in NTU’s Harvard style to illustrate
the value of sources used and demonstrate an understanding of the importance of Academic
referencing. An annotated bibliography is a bibliography where you write a short summary about the
source, explaining what you have learnt from it. The purpose of annotations is to provide the reader with a summary and an evaluation of each source. Each summary should be a concise and explain the sources
central idea(s) and a general idea of the source’s content
You should ensure that your annotations include at least 6 key visual sources as well as 6 key written
Instructions Read both Physician-Assisted Suicide: Finding a Path Forward in a Changing Legal Environment and The Slippery Slope of
Read both Physician-Assisted Suicide: Finding a Path Forward in a Changing Legal Environment and The Slippery Slope of Legalization of Physician-Assisted Suicide. In a 2-3 page comparison essay, address the following;
Determine the main point of each article.
Evaluate the arguments of both. Examine where they agree and disagree.
Compare and contrast the two articles. Show where the arguments are similar and where they differ.
Determine which of the two articles makes a stronger case and explain why you have reached this conclusion.
the history of logarithm
Writing Assignment Help The Task:
You will need to choose one of the following roles in order to complete the
assignment. Each role focuses on different aspects of logarithms, and each role
has different requirements for presenting your work. Read the requirements
carefully and choose the role that best suits your interests.
As an engineer, you will focus on finding information about how logarithms were
used to solve problems at the time it was invented. Also, consider how similar
problems were solved before logarithms were created. Consider:
What tools were needed to complete calculations before the invention of logarithms?
What tools were used, or needed, after logarithms were created?
How do we use logarithms today that differs from the way they were used when they
How do you use the tools of logarithms to solve problems?
If you choose the role of an engineer, you will need to submit a written report (1-3
pages double spaced). Your report should include:
a) A brief introduction.
b) A body that includes the information outlined above, pictures, examples,
c) A conclusion.
d) Any additional documents that may relate to the report, including sources
(at least 2) cited in APA style.
As a teacher, you will need to think about how you would teach these concepts to
others. Think about areas that might be difficult for students, how will you teach it
so that students can understand? Think about creative and interesting ways that
you can teach and engage student interest.
If you choose the role of a teacher, you will need to submit a presentation (either
Powerpoint or Prezi – maximum 20 slides). Your presentation should include:
a) An interesting introduction (A “hook”)
b) A brief description of who invented logarithms, why they were invented,
when it was invented, how they invented it, etc.
c) A lesson on how to use logarithms. This may include, but is not limited to,
a video, an interactive, an activity, etc.
d) A conclusion that wraps up and restates any important ideas that were
taught in the lesson.
e) In-text/media citation, and a references page (at least two sources).
As a historian you will focus on finding information relating to the history of
logarithms. You will need to consider the “5 W’s and How”:
Who invented logarithms?
When was it invented?
Why did they invent it?
Where did they invent it?
How did they invent it?
Once you have answered these questions, also consider adding any other interesting information that relates to logarithms, or the inventor(s).
You may also want to consider other factors from the time period that may have
had an influence on the invention of logarithms. For example, what changes were
going on that might have required faster or more accurate mathematical
If you choose the role of the historian, you will need to submit a formal essay (1 –
4 pages double spaced, at least 2 sources). Your essay should include:
a) An introductory paragraph that clearly states the topic.
b) At least three body paragraphs.
c) A concluding paragraph that wraps up the ideas discussed.
Interview coun120 MA
One of the best sources for gathering information about what’s happening in an occupation or an industry is to talk to people working in the field. This process is called informational or research interviewing. An Informational Interviewis an interview that you initiate – you ask the questions. The purpose is to obtain information, not to get a job.
Below and attached are possible questions to help you in conducting your informational interview. You do not have to use these questions or all of the questions. That is your choice. Remember, you are the one gathering the information. These questions are examples to help get you started. You will interview someone in a field you are interested in. If you are undecided, go ahead and pick something you might be interested in. You can interview a teacher, relative, friend, friend of a friend, and much more.
1. Write a one-page reflection, create a Powerpoint presentation or create a video answering these questions:
Describe the Informational Interview – Work-Based Learning Activity and industry you chose and explain your reasoning for these choices.
Who did you interview? What is their job title?
What does a day in the life look like? Was it similar to your expectations?
What steps would you need to take to get there from where you are now?
What types of work-experience or internships would be valuable as you are working toward your final goal?
What is the salary range of the job you chose?
What are some aspects of the job that are most appealing to you? What aspects of the job do you think you would find most challenging or unappealing?
What surprised you?
How did you feel going in to the interview? How do you feel about it now?
Did you find this assignment to be valuable? Why or why not?
Part 1: CalculationsAs an Expert Mathematics Witness, you have been presented with a Ballistics Report, and a Police Report as your evidence. Use the information provided within these files to prove who, out of the three suspects, is guilty of the crime.
Use the links below to download the files:
Ballistics Lab Report
Police Report and Witness Statement
Question 1CalculationsAs an Expert Mathematics Witness, you have been presented with a Ballistics Report, and a Police Report as your evidence. Use the information provided within these files (above) to prove who, out of the three suspects, is guilty of the crime.
Using the evidence provided, complete all calculations necessary to conclude which window the shooter fired from. E-mail these calculations to your teacher and wait for feedback. Then make any necessary corrections before moving on to Part 2
Hint: Complete the diagram with the given information found in the Police and Ballistics Reports. Then express the height that the bullet is fired from in terms of the bullet’s angle of entry and the angle W. Use this as a starting point to determine which window the gun was fired from.
Part 2: PresentationSubmit one of the following to present your results.
Make sure to include all of your calculations from the first part and the answers to the following questions:
Question 2PresentationSubmit one of the following to present your results.
Written report with supporting diagrams (at most 5 pages)
Video presentation (maximum 10 minutes)
PowerPoint presentation (at most 15 slides)
In your report or presentation you must:
Question 2 options:
State your name and date for the court.
State your expert qualifications.
In your expert opinion, which window did the suspect commit the crime from?
Can you justify and explain your findings mathematically for the jury?(Keep in mind that the jury likely has some members who have very limited knowledge/understanding of trigonometry).
What is your concluding statement for the court?