Please read both articles and i need you to have 6 comments and questions from inside the article. (Total of 12 comments and questions ). All comments and questions should come from inside the articles. Please please please tell me that in which page and paragraph you got that question and comments.
Avoid using first person or second person, include page number and headers, and work cited page. needs to be able to download in word file and 12-font. teacher said not an argumentative essay but a debatable one
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The essay should be about reading and writing and how it has impacted students today
Write a personal statement for getting into a university in the UK. Some facts about me is that I am a female, my name is noor, i live in kuwait, i am 17 years old, i want to study in london, my major is going to be psychology, i have 2 older brothers, my hobbies are padel tennis, swimming, and snowboarding. you can literally make up anything you want for this personal statement. The facts i wrote might help but you can make up any situation or whatever u want. Thank u!
In the spirit of this week’s reading, your foundational assignment is to give me something ILLUSTRATED! Your work must respond to the reading you’ve done for week / module 5, but NOT the “Stroop Effect” candy video.
Assignment At-A-Glance: Make a comic (or something similar) that refers to, illuminates, or otherwise explores the reading you did this week.
Consider what “illustrated” means. Comic books, some collages, and illuminated manuscripts all exemplify a words-and-pictures paradigm. Extend that out to include animation and you’ll get 3D animation, 2D puppetry, flipbooks, and more.
Your task is to document your reading for this week in media that incorporates both WORDS and IMAGES. This means that your submission must do the following:
Incorporate words and pictures together, whether this is a collage, an illumination / illustration, a cartoon, or a comic.
Specifically reference the reading which we have done this week (again: not the candy video).
Consider web design & writing principles discussed thus far – this might mean adapting your submission to something like the webcomic format, or it may mean incorporating images into a listicle or simply including your images in a way that conforms to best practices.
Your work DOES NOT HAVE TO:
Be a super- amazing piece of graphic art. Some of us can’t draw very well. I totally understand that – just try. Please also note that if you can’t draw, collage or some other form of visual sampling or remix might be right for you.
What are the associative leaps needed to correlate an image with accompanying words? What play can be had by confronting or subverting those expectations? Where do comics “stand” as a medium / art form / product? How do they intersect with illuminated manuscripts, paintings, and so on? What affordances and limitations emerge when the traditionally paper comic is made digital?
Comics go through waves of “respectability” with widely varying assumptions based on one’s familiarity with the industry (production and consumption). Academia (universities) have taken Comics seriously since sometime in the 1960s and the emergence of culture studies, but academia and popular culture don’t always see eye to eye. For that matter, not *every* university in the world takes comics seriously – so it goes. We are hardly so unified as our critics assume or imply.
This week, you have only to try your hand at blending words and *still* images. As with any such experiment, I am not so much interested in your artistic skills (though I expect you to try) as I am interested in your ability to learn and internalize our reading. Produce a one-page comic, an illuminated essay, or similar. If you do something that is very image-heavy (even if those images are gorgeously rendered and artistically impressive – and especially if you’re drawing stick figures or bubble people), write a paragraph explaining the intersection of your work and this week’s reading.
Note, again: that the reading I want you to respond to should be the scholarly, thoughtful, media-centric work: that might include the history of Manga, the history of illustrated manuscripts, or you could go back and reference scholarly reading done earlier: Benjamin, Ong, Haas, and so on.
One illustrated story, article, anecdote, etcetera, equating to about a page of writing, taking this weeks’ reading for its topic.
Note: Referencing scholarly reading from other previous weeks (Benjamin, Haas, Ong, etc) is also acceptable.
POSSIBLE: One brief DESCRIPTION explaining your work, ESPECIALLY if your work is image-heavy and text-light. Help me understand how your illustrated work reflects this week’s reading. If all you’re submitting is, say, a single drawing or a three panel joke comic, you need to write a short paragraph explaining (to my satisfaction) how this “works” for the assignment.
PLEASE RESPOND TO EACH OF THE 2 STUDENTS’ DISCUSSION POSTS SEPARATELY WITH 2 REFERENCES PER STUDENT. I WILL PROVIDE INSTRUCTIONS AND EACH STUDENT’S POST.
Chapter 5 in our class text highlights two types of forecasting: qualitative forecasting and quantitative forecasting. Qualitative forecasting compliments the idea that forecasting is an art and quantitative represents the scientific side of forecasting. Furthermore, panel consensus is a form of qualitative forecasting while the econometric method is a form of quantitative forecasting. What distinguishes the two methods of forecasting is the way in which the forecasts are derived. Panel consensus as its name suggests are forecasts generated based on judgements of a person or groups of people. An example of this would be conducting an economic survey and using the results of the survey to base forecasts. Another example of a qualitative forecasting method is by analyzing economic indicators. There are 3 types of indicators: leading, concentric, and lagging indicators. Each of these indicators forecasts a specific economic direction that the market is believed to be moving towards. In terms of quantitative forecasting, econometric forecasting uses a more scientific approach in generating forecasts. In this model, forecasts are generated based on a thorough analysis of historical data of explanatory variables. This method is much more analytical in its use of research and math computations to build forecasts.
Young, P. K., Erfle, S., & Keat, P. G. (2014). Managerial Economics (7th ed.). Pearson Education (US). Retrieved from https://online.vitalsource.com/books/9780133560329
Leigh Ann Friedrich
“Forecasting is both an art and a science.” Discuss with particular reference to Panel Consensus and Econometric Method.
Forecasting is indeed both an art and a science. Some methods are qualitative, “based on judgements of individuals or groups,” while others are quantitative, “generally uses significant amounts of prior data as a basis for prediction,” (Keat et al., 2013, p. 134).
Panel consensus is a type of forecasting that uses different types of approaches to gather information from experts in a particular field or area. There are two types of panel consensus that are discussed in our text, jury of executive opinion and the Delphi Method. A jury of executive opinion is a type of forecast that comes from a group of experts that meet to discuss a particular aspect within the business. These experts are typically executives from different areas of the company. (Keat et al., 2013, p. 135)
The Delphi Method also uses a panel with expertise in the area. This panel does not formally meet. Instead, the members of the panel are posed questions. Their responses are compiled to come up with the best forecasting solution. (Keat et al., 2013, p. 135).
Econometric models are quantitative. Regression analysis is used in this model to look at patterns from the past to make future predictions. (Keat et al., 2013, p. 153) Economists use econometric models to “forecast future developments in the economy,” (Hymans, 2022). Some past events that may be evaluated are “past relationships among such variables as consumer spending, household income, tax rates, interest rates, employment, and the like, and then try to forecast how changes in some variables will affect the future course of others,” (Hymans, 2022).
Hymans, S. H. (2018, October 11). Forecasting and econometric models. Econlib. Retrieved September 20, 2022, from https://www.econlib.org/library/Enc/ForecastingandEconometricModels.html
Keat, P. G., Young, P. K. Y., & Erfle, S. E. (2013). Managerial Economics: Economic Tools for today’s decision makers. Pearson.
The concentration is career development. The learning outcomes are in the template attached. Try to find theories related to learning outcomes/career development
Your first rough publish will be a descriptive essay following the advice and models in your text book:
1. Read Norton Sampler chapter 5: Description
2. Choose a topic by going to the “FOR WRITING” section at the end of any of the essays in the chapter OR create your own topic
3. Write a minimum of 750 words on that topic/prompt
4. Submit your publish as an attachment in .docx format
Please read the instructions carefully and makeup your own story about the topic that is being asked. FYI I went to a boat trip in France and Italy this summer.
Come up with a question on the essay below “The City: A Collective Good?” use the “question” file to help you. For the body paragraphs use the guide “body parag” below and follow it step by step. There is a sample essay attached. Use direct quotes.
The essay must follow the following conventions:
1. At least five paragraphs (500 – 550 words)
2. APA style (7th edition) formatting, citations, and references
3. Times New Roman, 12-point font
4. Double Spaced
5. Page numbers
6. One-inch margins
7. Follow the APA style conventions used in Dr. Hall’s model APA essay #1
The topic :
1. Classification – Movie Types
Essay Context: You work for AMC or VOX theaters in Riyadh. Your boss asks you to write a description of
the three or four main film genres (types) that young Saudi Audiences should know about. You categorize the
three or four main genres (types) of films, defining and providing one or two examples of each kind for your
young Saudi audience. The purpose of this essay is to educate/inform your audience.
Essay Question: What are the three or four major movie genres (types) young Saudi movie goers should