BCOM/230 Abstract This exercise explains what we would write differently to our top administrators. It also indicates the way the memo should change based on its audiences. What types of information should be included in this memo what types of information should be omitted. This exercise will point out the potential repercussions of failing to know the audiences. Review Memo to the Executive Vice-President This message should be short but complete coverage of the subject matter.
Math 0960_WC M6 WPS Activity Page 1 of 2 | Using the attachment at the bottom of this page or using the textbox at the bottom of this page submit response to the following questions. Please write the questions out in a different color above your answers.Your text shows the rules for exponents on page 238. In this activity you will be asked to summarize SOME of these rules in words. (As if you were explaining them to someone over the phone.) I will start this activity by doing the first rule for you then you will write an explanation for the remaining 6 rules:1.
He points out, “When I mentions my troubles with reading to friends, many say they’re suffering from similar afflictions. The more they use the Web, the more they have to fight to stay focused on long pieces of writing” (315). Even though he thought he was the only one suffering from no longer having the ability to read at his former level, he learned that his friends were also having trouble. Carr continues explaining how some have totally lost the ability to read and absorb long articles on the Web or in print (316). He says how some are having a difficult time and will not read more than three or four paragraphs because it is “too much” and they will skim
There are many points made that can clearly push the overall answer one way, or another, its just about balancing out the positives and negatives. Cullington explains that texting can potentially hurt formal writing, but is proven to have no positive or negative affects in the long run. There are many concerns about text speak and formal writing. Cullington talks about how teachers see a decline in writing and are having problems in class because of text speak. “A Minnesota teacher of seventh and ninth grades says that she has to spend extra time in class editing papers and must 'explicitly' remind her students that is is not acceptable to use text slang and abbreviations in writing” (Cullington 89).
Week 1 Assignment ACC410: Auditing (BBO1307A) Instructor: Thomas Badley Week 1 Assignment Required List on the left side of a sheet of paper the generally accepted auditing standards that were violated by Jones, and indicate how the actions of Jones resulted in a failure to comply with each standard. Organize your answers as follows: Generally Accepted Auditing Standards | Actions by Jones Resulting in Failure to Comply with Generally Accepted Auditing Standards | General Standards | | 1) The auditor must have adequate technical training and proficiency to perform the audit. | Jones hired two accounting students to conduct the audit. Although he spent several hours explaining what to do, the students were not at all qualified to perform the audit without supervision. | 2) In all matters relating to the assignment, independence in mental attitude is to be maintained by the auditor or auditors.
Michael Mutch Jennifer Waldenberger Explication of a Poem English 105:005 30 September 2014 Time Well Spent If a person thinks for a minute, what would his/her responses be to these questions: “Have you made good use of your time today? How about this week? This month even?” Putting these questions aside for a minute, if one were to read Ha Jin's poem “Missed Time,” he/she might not immediately be able to pick out some of what Ha Jin is saying to his audience. An easy assumption is that Ha Jin was simply “wasting” his time instead of doing something meaningful like pursuing his writing. However, Ha Jin's thesis is all about illustrating that time spent and memories made with those who are important in one's life is never wasteful.
These skills are extremely important in the communication world.” (Ellis, 2009) 3) This basically says that without listening in a group people will never get their opinions heard and ultimately let down the group. There are many different types of listeners, and some people listen better than others. This is critical to group dynamics, as someone in the group who doesn’t listen can fail the whole group. (b) Think about a group or groups you have been in this trimester. Use the information from the article you have read and material covered in class and discuss at least four reasons why communication in the group was or was not
As I reviewed the change wheel I saw that most things I had written down are negative. Unfortunately as I looked over it more excessively I had gotten a little over whelmed by everything that I had seen that is negative in this world, not only what is negative outside my control but what is inside my control as well. As I reviewed the lecture that Mrs. Keel had gone over with the class, I understand more clearly that whatever it may be, good or bad, you have to look at it in a positive outlook and what you can gain from it. This is my first quarter in school and I initially thought that I was pretty well prepared for everything that was going to come my way. As I am writing this essay I realize that it is going to be a little more difficult
This evening I would like to talk you about procrastination. However, I put off writing this speech for so long that I did not get around to actually determining what to tell you about procrastination. Okay...I am just kidding. I only procrastinated until Saturday, and that was only because I wanted to put off grading some essays written by my Senior Composition class. As you may already know, procrastination is one of the easiest ways to not finish your work.
Chelsea Malone Dr. Watkins Daniel Bruno's Entitlement Education essay is quite true. There's a difference between passing your class while actually understanding, and passing without truly understanding. You see it all the time. I often find myself jealous of those who can study right before a test and pass, and yet I can't. How do they do it?