Slide 2: audience (who’s it for? big or small audience?)
Slide 3: technology (programming language, frameworks, etc.)
Slide 4: plan (milestones, or order of creating features)
Slide 5: payoff (for this class, i.e., why would it look good on your resume?)
and please provide speaking notes for 10 minutes.
see the attached file it’s an example.
GEB – The Innovators DNA
1. Write a detailed, comprehensive summary of the article – should be no less of 1,700 words.
2. Which are the three most critical issues of the article? Please explain why? – For EACH Critical Issue please write at least two strong comprehensive paragraphs
3. Which are the three most relevant lessons you learned after reading the article? Please explain why? – For EACH Lesson Learned please post at least two strong comprehensive paragraphs
4. Which are the three most important BEST PRACTICES of the article? Please explain why? – For EACH Best Practice please post at least two strong comprehensive paragraphs
5. The name of our class is Entrepreneurship: Writing The Business Plan – How can you relate the article with the class? Do you see any alignment or misalignment? Please explain in two paragraphs.
Consider our discussion of Given Circumstances from today. You may use all your notes, the class recording, and the Given Circumstances powerpoint slideshow I have posted elsewhere in this Module 3/Week 3 folder. You should also use the script of the play posted earlier, and the short video clips I’ve posted for reference. These are all resources you can and should draw on in your replies.
A: Send me a list that includes your best effort at the following:
at least 1 example from KING OF THE YEES of a Given Circumstance that is ongoing, unchanging, and true for all/most INSIDE the world of the play. Once condition, circumstances, factor that is shared and continuously true without change (equivalent to all of you born in 2000s or all of characters in Fences live in Pittsburgh in 1957, etc
at least 1 example from KING OF THE YEES of a Given Circumstance that is true and ongoing for the play AS A PLAY, external to/outside the world of the character
at least 1 example of a Given Circumstance that is ongoing and holds true specifically for a single character, over the entire play:
at least 1 example of a Given Circumstance for a single character that either is immediate to a specific moment or that changes in the moment (they learn something new, get what they needed, lose something important, discover something, encounter a new problem or obstacle). Anything that changes their state of being in the moment.
B: For each of your 4 items or examples you should be sure to:
cite the text or other info that proves your claim–don’t just tell me something, or decide it’s true, or guess; show me where you see or get the info–this might be a line, a section of dialogue, a statement by a character, a gesture or action, something Lauren says in a video, a stage direction, whatever. what is your proof, or what’s the basis for your assumption?
tell me why these Given Circumstances matter–what effect do they have on the character or the world of the play, what we see or what we know, how anyone behaves or what we think of the play or whatever the result might be. I didn’t eat, so I feel hungry, so i’m distracted or short-tempered or tired or want to leave etc. Lyons comes over begging every Friday, so now I’m pissed about $10
Describe whether you think the Given Circumstances is specific and particular and sets something apart, or does it connect and tie together? How so–and what does that do to how you think of the character, their behavior, the situation, the play?
Feel free to add any other observations.
Compose an essay considering how a phenomenological approach might or might not benefit your individual design process. Begin with
Writing Assignment Help Compose an essay considering how a phenomenological approach might or might not benefit your individual design process.
Begin with articulating your understanding of phenomenology and explaining your own design process (perhaps illustrated by your own idea-generating sketches and words for a particular project). At this point, keep the two separate from one another and examine them on their own merits.
Then, combine the two—your individual design process with a phenomenological approach to design. Consider how this approach might work with your own design process and the impact that it would have upon this process. Discuss both the pros and cons of this integration.
Finally, conclude as to whether or not a phenomenological approach has a place in your design process and whether or not you will work toward integrating this approach or continue without it.
To ensure a thorough assessment, you are required to cite at least three sources in your essay. Be sure to cite these sources using APA format.
Please refer the notes I have attached for more information
Write a 2 page (maximum) report on the Wagenaar et al. article. Only focus on the Abstract, Background, Study
Write a 2 page (maximum) report on the Wagenaar et al. article. Only focus on the Abstract, Background, Study Setting, Background on Aim of Survey
Instructions Revision of Literature Review and Introduction Follow the directions below for the completion of the introduction and literature
Revision of Literature Review and Introduction
Follow the directions below for the completion of the introduction and literature review revision assignment for Unit V. If you have questions, please email your professor for assistance.
Purpose: The purpose of this assignment is to revise the introduction and literature review of your academic argumentative research paper, which you created a draft of in Unit IV.
Descriiption: In this assignment, you will revise the introduction and literature review that you wrote for the Unit IV assignment. Revisions must be substantive and should be made in accordance with the professor’s instructions. The following parts of the assignment must be revised:
Introduction (9-12 well-developed sentences/approximately 350 words): For more details about what is expected for each of the following sentences, please see “Lesson 4: The Introduction.” You may also want to review the “Example Introduction and Literature Review (with comments).” The following components must be included in the introduction (in the following order).
Sentence 1: Introduce the general topic
Sentence 2: Pro side (general)
Sentence 3: Con side (general)
Sentence 4: Narrow the scope (1)
Sentence 5: Examples of the narrowed topic
Sentence 6: Narrow the scope (2)
Sentence 7: Specific controversy
Sentence 8: Pro side (specific)
Sentence 9: Con side (specific)
Sentence 10: The thesis
Literature Review (800-900 words): For details about the structure of the literature review, you will want to review “Lesson 3: The Literature Review: The Process.” You may also want to review the “Example Introduction and Literature Review (with comments).” The link is below.
Literature review preface: This paragraph acts as a guide to what the reader can expect in the literature review.
Literature review body: This section includes three to four body paragraphs that discuss the history, terminology, and both sides of the controversy (pro and con).
Literature review conclusion: The conclusion signals that the literature review is ending, but it also acts as a kind of preface for the body of the paper by restating the thesis statement and establishing your argument once again.
Demonstrate the avoidance of plagiarism through proper use of APA citations and references for all paraphrased and quoted material.
Implement techniques of editing and revising.