Please improve the language as well. Make it native.
To prepare for my studies at Cambridge and my career goals, I have constantly polished my skills. At Fosun Capital, I was fascinated by how financial modeling could apply to real companies, providing investors with a clear financial picture and knowing how to make a well-thought-out investment decision based on market development. In quantitative research, I successfully identified a set of portfolios with the lowest risk and highest return by Python, better understanding the financial market.
2 replies (150 words each)
Response to Peers
Respond to at least two of your classmates. Each response should be:
At least 150 words; must include more than one’s agreement or disagreement with another student’s post
Reacting to classmate post and demonstrate higher-order thinking (challenge, connect, suggest, question, or expand the post of peers)
Follow the guidance regarding sources in the syllabus.
Follow APA formatting and documentation guidelines when referring to course readings and other materials
Use proper spelling, grammar, and punctuation
First assignment: Module 5 Assignment: Independent Labels
This Critical Process exercise takes a deeper look at “indie” labels (independent labels). We will be applying the steps of the critical process (that we read about in Chapter 1 and is discussed in every chapter) to the music industry.InstructionsInvestigate a small, independent recording company (of which there are tens of thousands throughout the United States and the world).Please do not choose one of the “major” labels: Universal Music Group, Sony Music Entertainment, Warner Music Group. Make sure that one of these “majors” does not own the smaller label you have chosen. * Please also do not choose XL Recordings.Visit its Web site, and look for information about the label online (newspapers, magazines, trade publications, etc.).In your investigation, proceed through the steps of the Critical Process (listed below).Make sure you completed the required reading in the textbook, paying special attention to the discussion of “indies” vs “majors” so you understand what an “indie” is and what role indie labels play in the industry. This Critical Process exercise takes a deeper look at indie labels. We will be applying the steps of the critical process (that we read about in Chapter 1 and is discussed in every chapter) to the music industry.QuestionsPlease number your responses and do not re-write the questions. 1. Description. Which label did you choose? What kind of music does this label specialize in? Is the label limited to only one genre? What are some of the groups that the label produces? Where and how does the label identify its musical artists? How does the label describe itself? How does the label distribute its recordings to consumers? 2. Analysis. Look at the variety of groups that the label produces. What kind of fan is the label trying to target? How does this label promote its artists and get a recording to the consumer? What obstacles does the label face in popularizing its artists? Is the label fiercely independent, or is its goal to sell to a major label? Is the label struggling, or is it financially viable? 3. Interpretation. From what you’ve gathered so far from your research as well as from the textbook/required reading, what challenges do independent recording labels face? Do you see independent labels overcoming these problems? How? 4. Evaluation. What is the value of small independent recording companies to the entire recording industry? What would be different about the recording industry as a whole if small independent labels didn’t exist? (Be sure to reference the textbook here!)Submission and GradingLength: Approximately 2- 4 pages, with a minimum of 2 pages (Minimum refers to two pages of text. Don’t include title, name, etc.)Double-spaced, 1 inch margins, 12 point fontPlease submit your assignment as a document (Word, PDF). Please do not use Pages, as the instructor can’t open this file.The following document files can be attached: .doc, .docx, .ppt, .pptx, .pdf, .xls, .xlsx, .rtf, .txtPer the policy in the syllabus, assignments may be turned in late, with a 2 point deduction for every day it is late.Grading CommentsExpected response times for grading are generally 1 week after due dates.View grading comments by clicking on Grades in the course navigation menu and click on assignment comments (Links to an external site.) and rubric results (Links to an external site.).Questions about grading comments should be directed to me via the Canvas Inbox. There is a Comment feature within assignment submissions but those can sometimes get buried, so an Inbox message is best to make sure I see it and receive a quick response.Second assignment
Module 3 Assignment: Generation Like
Watch this documentary “Generation Like”. (It is 54 minutes and you can turn on the closed captions). http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/generation… (Links to an external site.)
After watching the documentary, respond to the following questions. Please number your responses and do not re-write the questions.
Please discuss your general reactions to the film.
According to the film, “the consumer is now the marketer”. What does this mean? Please provide some examples. Is this a change from how advertising and marketing has traditionally worked?
“Word-of-mouth” marketing is an age-old technique used to build interest in a brand or a product. (One person recommends a brand or product or shares information about it with another person he or she knows. The recipient does the same with another person, and so on, until word spreads.) How is using social media to market a movie similar to the word-of-mouth technique? How is it different? Which do you think is more effective, and why?
Facebook has been the most popular social media network in the US and the world for many years. Of course popularity varies by demographic (many younger people no longer use Facebook). Research which social media networks are the most popular. List your findings for the top 2 most popular social media networks in the US and the world. List the number of users (or % of population who uses it) and your source.
Discuss how social media has impacted your identity.
Submission and Grading
Length: Approximately 3-5 pages, with a minimum of 3 pages
Double-spaced, 1 inch margins, 12 point font
Please submit your assignment as a document (Word, PDF). Please do not use Pages, as the instructor can’t open this file.
The following document files can be attached: .doc, .docx, .ppt, .pptx, .pdf, .xls, .xlsx, .rtf, .txt
Per the policy in the syllabus, assignments may be turned in late, with a 2 point deduction for every day it is late.
The associated rubric (see attached) will be used to provide formative feedback on your submission.
Expected response times for grading are generally 1 week after due dates.
View grading comments by clicking on Grades in the course navigation menu and click on assignment comments (Links to an external site.) and rubric results (Links to an external site.).
Questions about grading comments should be directed to me via the Canvas Inbox. There is a Comment feature within assignment submissions but those can sometimes get buried, so an Inbox message is best to make sure I see it and receive a quick response.
How do I submit an online assignment in Canvas?
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How do I know if my assignment has been submitted?
Writing Assignment Help
Advertising is an area that has a stereotype and not everyone accepts the way it is presented including my uncle. I believe it’s necessary to utilize what I learned so far to demonstrate a structure of the true advertising world. To let my uncle convincing it’s an interesting major and worth focusing on during my college years. Firstly, my uncle is not familiar with advertisement as a major. The current judgment is related to all the information based on negative experiences. Also, he might also think the job types are less, and I can’t earn much payment. For example, I can show him the data first. Advertisement is the key driver in the economy with over 100 billion spending per year. In the future, I can have the chance to engage with consumer spending. And the clients wish I can use my own critical thinking to sell their product successfully in the marketplace. That’s 70% of the market area. The career positions are a great diversity of options. Those positions you never heard of before. Account executives, public relations managers, advertising agencies, sales directors, marketing managers, and so on. The earning in these positions are similar to other jobs in the business. I wish you could know advertising is the major has higher similar with business majors compared to other non-business majors. Therefore, what I stated above answered the critics about advertisement can’t be a good major because it doesn’t have development in career path. Elderly perspective is restricted by their own experiences which lead to advertising is not a great major. By exploring the information they don’t know is helping them reconsider their old-fashion view builds on early decades of advertising.
Furthermore, my uncle told me advertising created an unrealistic view of our society. Let’s analyze the negative and positive effects of advertising on TV. We can’t deny part of advertising created an unnecessary need for consumers who watch TV and social media on their phones. Some advertisements mislead youngsters. In addition, advertising can help the business survive and earn more money. Also, companies need advertising to be funded. Besides, consumers can compare different products at different prices and services. From my perspective, advertising is a field not only can be harmful to society but also can be beneficial to society. Undoubtedly, advertising is double-sided. We have to face different types of company propagandizing their product and services from everywhere. However, we can choose to disregard them. Consumers have the right to judge and think critically. Parents have the right to don’t let their child expose to negative advertisements through education in the household. On YouTube, viewers can avoid all advertising by paying the subscription fee. The government and laws are also taking action to regulate negative advertisements. Overall, the positive of advertising is greater than the negative of advertising. Therefore, the positive and negative of advertisement both exists in our society. But if we want, we have the right to avoid negative advertising in our daily lives.
Criticize, evaluate and describe the work of art
Develop a vocabulary for criticizing, evaluating, and describing works of art.
For this competency, you will assume the role of a critic. View each piece of work listed below and analyze it as a piece of art, identifying key elements of the work and using terminology common to the discipline. Using a few concise paragraphs for each piece, your analysis should discuss each work as a critic would and include, using the proper vocabulary, what you think the work is about.
Throughout this course, you are required to create an integrated or a targeted ELD lesson each week. These lessons will challenge you to be creative and think about how you would support all learners, especially English learners, in your class.
Select an elementary grade level (K-5) to focus your weekly lessons on.
Look ahead and review each week’s assignment. This step is critical, since your lesson ideas will come from each week’s standards.
Week 2 – Targeted Instruction: Reading Lesson
Week 4 – Integrated Instruction: Social Studies Lesson
Week 5 – Targeted Instruction: Writing Lesson
Week 6 – Integrated Instruction: Science or Math Lesson
Use the Wk 1 Assignment Template to complete your assignment.
Identify at least 1 differentiation strategy and 1 support for each lesson. Include differentiation strategies and supports you would implement in each week’s assignment to provide quality instruction for students at all levels. Use 50 Strategies for Teaching English Language Learners for this section of the assignment template.
Provide a rationale for each differentiation strategy and support you identify. Be sure your lesson idea, differentiation strategies, and supports are grade-level appropriate.
Consider reviewing this week’s readings from the ELD strategies from the AZ Department of Education:
English Language Development Strategies in Mathematics
English Language Development Strategies in Science
English Language Development Strategies in Social Studies
Refer to the grading rubric for details on assignment expectations.
Submit your assignment.
SEI 301 Week 1 Differentiated Strategies Outline Example.docx