Gary encountered ethical issues when the proposal was submitted that the material could withstand up to 155 degrees which is a stretch because the material could only withstand up to 130 degrees, using STI’s money to test new materials without informing them, withholding information about the age life of the new material and not sending out the technical data ahead of time to the clients so they could analyze it before the meeting allowed the clients to question Gary’s integrity. Gary encountered potential legal and contractual issues related to breach of contract due to the false information submitted in the proposal about the degrees the material to withstand and using STI money to text new materials without telling the clients. Additionally Gary did not communicate with his team or with the clients and was only able to focus on one task at a time. Gary did not utilize any project management tools or processes therefore he was unable to give proper oversight over the project. My recommendation to
The Analysis of lLove in Twelfth Night is what I decided to my paper on. I read the play not quite two weeks before the teacher gave the assignment so I was confident that writing the paper will be a breeze. I spoke too soon. Who knew that writing about love could be so hard? Scarcity kicked in when I realized the abundance of work I was taking up and how it would affect the ability to do all my work to the best of my ability.
Anderson adopts a patriotic tone in an effort to appeal to readers that may disagree with her argument. Anderson begins her piece by stating, “First I am not a member of the N.R.A, nor am I politically affiliated with any left or right wing side. I am simply a very concerned American.” Right away it’s evident that the writer is making the article non-biased and clearing any thoughts of such beforehand, thus using the appeal of ethos as a method of declaring her identity. Anderson further goes on to say that, “The Government and the media expect the public to be too ignorant to have the common sense to know, the more gun control laws for the law abiding citizens will create the law abiding public to be lambs to the slaughter.” In this piece, the writer speaks in a vexed tone expressing her annoyance and directs questions to the reader by asking, “What criminal will be worried about the gun control laws?”
Response to Wendell Berry’s “Why I an Not Going to Buy a Computer.” Wendell Berry is a very good example of a writer who questions the status quo. In this case, the status quo is about consumerism and our dependence on technology. His apparently personal essay about why he refuses to own computer makes us think carefully about our relationship with this miracle machine. However, there are also some problems with his arguments. Let us have a look at his key points and the problems with them.
Kendrick Ellis Professor Long EN 81103-81 14 October 2011 Analysis of “A Proposal to Abolish Grading” “A Proposal to Abolish Grading” is a short essay written by Paul Goodman, who illustrates his feelings on abolishing grading. Goodman thinks that grading is a waste of time and it discourages students; to Goodman tests are a hindrance to students. The beginning of the essay is somewhat of a challenge to Ivy League schools to do away with grading. In the short essay “A Proposal to Abolish Grading” Goodman uses logos, ethos, and pathos to convey a message to various institutions. In the beginning of the essay, Goodman makes an appeal to pathos by stating “I think that a great majority of professors agree that grading hinders teaching and creates a bad spirit, going as far as cheating and plagiarizing.”(191).
He goes on to say that school is often times a waste of money, and people have no job even after they get their degree. There are alternative ways of getting an education, and that is what one of his main focuses is, hence the title. There is a part where Suli says, “Now I’m not saying that school is evil, and there’s nothing to gain, but all I’m saying is, understand your motives and reassess your aims.” By this Suli means that people should know what they’re studying for and have a goal in mind. Suli Breaks does present some logical fallacies in his writing. He makes a lot of references to people who have made a ton of money without getting a degree (Bill Gates,
There is sufficient evidence that backs the argument that self-control is far superior to gun control in the United States. As the parent of a victim of a mass shooting, Gary Davis insists that self-control is the only solution to the gun violence problem that exists within the country (Springwood, 119). In his eyes, Gary does not blame the death of his son on the gun, but rather the lack of self-control and mental health possessed by the individual that shot his son (Springwood, 119). Gary insists that guns do serve a good purpose within society; however, when used incorrectly by individuals that lack self-control, guns are dangerous weapons (Springwood, 119). Gary Davis is not the only individual that has reached this conclusion.
Full name : Nguyen Thanh Hang Class : 53NKN Response In their article “Coping with Procrastination” , Rebecca Moore Barbara Baker and Arnold Packer write “Often procrastination stems from a real or imagined fear or worry that is focus on not so much on the things you are avoiding but its potential consequences” . In the other words, because of their fear, whether it’s real or not , people postpone their works as they think they can’t do it well. I think the cause of procrastination is fear. In my first year in university, I ought to study English and it became my biggest fear. The fear that I would not be able to complete the task - or do it well enough, my task may attract criticisms or it may turn out not to have been necessary after all and I've spent hours of misery on it.
I plan to do all my work and work hard not to get an F again and not to make Mr. Tilton mad at me again. Last semester I didn’t really do all my essay now I know that he is teaching us to get ready for colleges. Because college u have to write a lot of essays. I would like to stay in this class and try to earn a better grade. I need to past my testes and stop sleeping in the class.
Summary of “Ban The Things. Ban Them All.” In the essay, “Ban The Things. Ban Them All,” written by Molly Ivins, she expresses concern about society’s ownership of guns, and how they have grown to be used more of a weapon for show, than for protection. Ivins also argues that the argument of “guns don’t kill people,” doesn’t exist, because she believes that they do, and that that may be all they ever do. Ivins states that she supports the Second Amendment: “A well–regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of people to bear arms shall not be infringed,”(437) and that adolescents in our society are NOT part of a well-regulated militia: “[there are] teenage drug dealers…cruising the cites of this nation perforating their fellow citizens with assault rifles” (437).