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For this final essay, you will write an essay examining any of the many issues

For this final essay, you will write an essay examining any of the many issues that are affecting the American legal, economic and judicial system currently.
The topic to write about:
Gender Wage Inequality
The Scope: Since this essay does not have a particular “question” that you are answering, as the researcher, you will need to create and answer your own research question that pertains to the issue you will address in the paper.
Question is : Should women receive equal wages as men?
Below are some Exploration & Planning Questions to Get You Started:
Who benefits from the issue? Who does not benefit?
Should this issue pass or not pass (if it is a law, or proposition) and why?
What biases are evident in the implementation of this issue?
What if any is the solution to this issue? Any alternatives?
The essay should be 7 pages, have an arguable thesis, incorporate detailed support, use polished expression, follow MLA format, and include a Works Cited page.
The body of the essay should include support and quotes from sources. At least 8 Quotes
Must include at least Four Outside Sources from a Scholarly Journal, Book, or Periodical.
Consider and include a counter argument(s) to your thesis and offer your refutation or concession in response.

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Develop at least five professional goals ( 3 professional and @2Personal) and ev

Develop at least five professional goals ( 3 professional and @2Personal) and evaluate progress towards achievement near the time of graduation; update and/or revise overtime but at least annually throughout your career. The goals need to have a date of completion, must be measurable and you must state briefly how you will attain those goals. One paragraph for each goal. No references needed.

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Summary Assignment Overview A summary requires that you use your own words to cl

Summary Assignment
Overview
A summary requires that you use your own words to clearly and concisely recall the key points of a written (or other form of) work for an intelligent audience who is unfamiliar with that work. A summary is NOT an opinion paper! Therefore, you should strive to be as objective as possible, accurately and fairly representing the original author’s major claim and supporting ideas in your summary. Of course, since you will be the one choosing what details to include and how to write about them, your summary will have some of your bias in, but it’s important to refrain from including any judgment in your summary writing.
Learning how to summarize a text is a valuable skill that you may use in other classes and the workplace. Summarizing allows you to use the work of others to enhance your own thinking and writing. You should read this summary handout before starting this assignment.
Reading for a summary
Before you write a summary, you must closely read and annotate the text in order to understand the author’s point. For your summary, you must read and annotate Wendell Berry’s “The Pleasures of Eating.” Use a method of annotating that works best for you! Some tips follow in the next section.
Annotating for a summary
When reading “The Pleasures of Eating,” take notes on both the content and the structure of the piece. Knowing what is being said in a piece is as important as knowing how the piece is organized. Also, in examining the structure, you distance yourself from the content, thereby making it easier for you to objectively present the information to readers.
Writing a summary
Your assignment is to write a summary of Wendell Berry’s “The Pleasures of Eating.” I ask that you draw on what you’ve learned from your textbook reading and class lectures and discussion so far. You should also use Chapter 4 about recursive reading and annotating effectively and the handout about how to write a summary.
Formatting constraints
Minimum of 1 full page. Maximum of 2 full pages
Double spaced, using MLA format
Follow the guidelines in the summary handout

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Personal Narrative Essay “Mother Tongue,” “Indian Education” are examples of per

Personal Narrative Essay
“Mother Tongue,” “Indian Education” are examples of personal narratives: a true life narrative told through a creative and descriptive lens. Using your own creative voice, write a personal narrative about a memorable aspect of your own life. As you relate your story, try to give your personal experience meaning for your readers. In other words, demonstrate how your own experience may be common to many others even as you reveal your story’s uniqueness. Try to pick a specific incident or stay focused on a specific theme rather than covering multiple ideas across your life. Remember to show the reader rather than merely tell. Incorporate dialogue and descriptive language. Consider the storytelling techniques in our own assigned readings, though you may create your own style as well.
Keep in mind: This is not a traditional essay structure as we will see for essays 2 through 4 in this class, but a descriptive, CREATIVE NONFICTION, that captures your experience.
Essay parameters:
1000-1,200 words (in Google Docs or MS Word)
Though you don’t need a thesis, your essay should have a clear purpose. Reveal through showing the meaning of your story.

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BA 3301 PROFESSIONAL WRITING WIN Assignment 1: The Resume Description: For this

BA 3301 PROFESSIONAL WRITING
WIN Assignment 1: The Resume
Description:
For this assignment, the overall purpose will be to produce a ONE PAGE document that will become a part of your work history: the resume. As you work on this document, you will want to pay particular attention to your intended audience and its specific purpose.
Directions:
See the attached documents for detailed instructions and resources to assist with your assignment.
Submit your assignment for peer review by clicking on the Resume Draft Feedback link below.
Grading: Use the attached rubric for grading criteria.
I NEED A DRAFT ONE TO SEE BEFORE I APROVE IT THEN I NEED THE FINAL ONE AFTER I APRROVE.
PLEASE REACH OUT TO ME ON A EMAIL WITH THE INFORMATION YOU NEED SO I CAN PROVIDE IT TO YOU BEFORE YOU START
Comments from Customer
Discipline: BA 3301 PROFESSIONAL WRITING COMM

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Writing Prompt: Argumentive PARAGRAPH In your experience, many students that mus

Writing Prompt: Argumentive PARAGRAPH
In your experience, many students that must take ENGL 1100 do not see the value of taking English coursework.
Knowing this, you wish to present them with a simple argument about why ENGL 1100 will be good for them.
Expectations:
You will structure your argument in one clearly developed and organized paragraph.
You will also apply the strategies that you have learned about audience and rhetoric.
A clear topic sentence that outlines your overall claim ENGL 1100 = good and supporting details.
three effectively developed supporting details with each following a pattern of support, explanation, and example.
a concluding sentence that contains a clear summary of your overall claim and supporting details.
You will be marked on the following criteria:
Unity (Out of 5):
Clear topic and concluding sentences appear.
One clear focus appears throughout the paper.
Development (Out of 5):
2-4 Supporting details appear.
Each supporting detail follows the SEE pattern (support, explanation, and example).
Coherence (Out of 5):
Sentence to sentence transitions appear and are used effectively.
The reader can grasp the ideas readily and understand who ideas fits together.
Rhetoric (Out of 5):
The writer clearly considers their target audience.
Persuasive appeals are employed and used effectively.
Grammar (Out of 5):
Sentences are complete and free of errors.
Comments from Customer
Its Argumentative paragraph not essay please read the instructions carefully. Discipline: ENGLISH 1100

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Assessments 1 Essay (25%) Students are required to write a detailed background a

Assessments 1 Essay (25%)
Students are required to write a detailed background and comprehensive analysis on one of the topics given below. This is a 2500 word essay and the references are not included in the word limit. References should follow Chicago Manual of Style 16th Edition.
Assignment Description only for assignment 1: 1) Select one food commodity and using at least four quality components, explain in details, how they impact that processed commodity.
OR
2) Consumers are much concerned about the quality and safety of the food items they purchase since it affects food safety. Write an essay giving a detailed account of how 2 named food quality management systems if implemented, can aid in ensuring food of high quality. In this essay, you must select either a meat, dairy or vegetable industry and
give background information about the 2 named food quality management systems,
Explain the benefits of these 2 systems to the selected food industry and include
How the systems can be implemented.
Percentage of Overall Grade: 25%
Word Limit: 2500 words
Assignment Submission Instructions:
∙ : Use Times New Roman & font 12 with 1.5 spacing. Include student ID# on each page of your assignment.
Score Breakdown
∙ The maximum points you will be awarded for this assessment item total 60 points.
∙ NB: Your final grade of 30% will be prorated based on the total number of points you are awarded.
∙ Example(30/60 x 25).
Criteria Score Comments
Introduction and Interpretation /10
Important Findings-Development/Quality of Argument/Understanding of Topic /30
Conclusion /10
Presentation /5
Use of Evidence/Sources /5
Total score /60 . Final grade Score divided by 60 X percentage of assignment weighting

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Assessments 1 Essay (25%) Students are required to write a detailed background a

Assessments 1 Essay (25%)
Students are required to write a detailed background and comprehensive analysis on one of the topics given below. This is a 2500 word essay and the references are not included in the word limit. References should follow Chicago Manual of Style 16th Edition.
Assignment Description only for assignment 1: 1) Select one food commodity and using at least four quality components, explain in details, how they impact that processed commodity.
OR
2) Consumers are much concerned about the quality and safety of the food items they purchase since it affects food safety. Write an essay giving a detailed account of how 2 named food quality management systems if implemented, can aid in ensuring food of high quality. In this essay, you must select either a meat, dairy or vegetable industry and
give background information about the 2 named food quality management systems,
Explain the benefits of these 2 systems to the selected food industry and include
How the systems can be implemented.
Percentage of Overall Grade: 25%
Word Limit: 2500 words
Assignment Submission Instructions:
∙ : Use Times New Roman & font 12 with 1.5 spacing. Include student ID# on each page of your assignment.
Score Breakdown
∙ The maximum points you will be awarded for this assessment item total 60 points.
∙ NB: Your final grade of 30% will be prorated based on the total number of points you are awarded.
∙ Example(30/60 x 25).
Criteria Score Comments
Introduction and Interpretation /10
Important Findings-Development/Quality of Argument/Understanding of Topic /30
Conclusion /10
Presentation /5
Use of Evidence/Sources /5
Total score /60 . Final grade Score divided by 60 X percentage of assignment weighting

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Literacy Narrative Draft & Peer Review,a page Comments from Customer Customer is

Literacy Narrative Draft & Peer Review,a page
Comments from Customer
Customer is an international student. Please, provide a regular grammatically correct, well-structured paper according to the instructions and academic context provided, written with simple sentence structures and easy vocabulary (or shortly, use simple English).

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MAKE A AFTER READING THOUGHTS Alternatively, you can post your disagreement or s

MAKE A AFTER READING THOUGHTS
Alternatively, you
can post your disagreement or skepticism about something presented by an author or
speaker from that week’s materials. Back up your statement/opinion/argument with facts
and reasoning, making use of things we have covered or discussed in class whenever
possible. The idea is not to merely state that you don’t agree or don’t like something, but
to explain why you find an argument or statement unpersuasive or problematic, allowing
the reader to understand your analysis or point of view.