If the individual requests a roast deef for dinner, and has a allergy to beef offer chicken instead of beef an explain why this would be more appropriate them. Although I’m not expected to know all the foods which have a direct effect on an individual’s illness, the care plan take these into account and should be followed where possible. I provide advice and information to the individual regarding nutrition and ensure they have well balanced meals/diet. 1.3 Describe ways to resolve any difficulties or dilemmas about the choice of food and drink. If a service user was refusing to have any of the options being offered to them, i would ask them what they would like instead and if had a different requirement to what was on offer id ask the chef to make them what they would prefer eat instead.
Knowing your service users| | |and their likes and dislikes helps. If a service user is unable to communicate their likes or dislikes you could ask | | |family and friends or even a previous service provider. Observing the service user while eating can also be a good | | |indication of what they like or dislike, for example if a certain food is left its a good indication that they do | | |not like it. People often choose not to eat certain foods because of lifestyle choices and religious reasons for | | |example, a vegitarian will not eat meat because they believe a animal should not be killed for our food source, a | | |vegan will not eat meat, dairy or any animal related product. A muslim will only eat meat and dairy products that is | | |perpered a certain way, this is called halal, while some jewish people eat only kosher food.
3, 4, 7, or 8 of A Writer’s Workshop. Or, you may cluster, ask and answer questions, brainstorm, list, or engage in a focused free-write. Focus your prewriting exercises on developing the Comparison and Contrast OR Classification Essay due in Week Three. You have two goals for these prewriting exercises: First, you must practice these individual techniques so you will have mastery of them for future essays. Second, you must generate material for the specific Comparison and Contrast OR Classification essay you are developing.
No lates will be accepted. Your Paper Should Be Organized As Follows: Title Introduction Paragraph (Paragraph 1) Begin with a sentence that introduces (sums up) the story of Beowulf, followed by another sentence that transitions you from the intro sentence to the second sentence (something like Even though the movie and the poem are about the same story, they are vastly different, for ex. You may use this sentence, but I prefer you come up with your own). The third sentence will be your thesis statement, which states your three differences in the order in which you plan to discuss them. *These differences should be important.
This drink has been tested and proven to provide the essentials of a meal. This should not be used in place of a meal but as part of a meal when time is of the essence. Product positioning enables a company to be number one on the list catering to a particular product or service. This marketing strategy aims to win the trust of the consumers. This also aims to convince the consumer group that they are making the right decision in choosing to use a particular brand (No Author, 2012).
As far as healthier affordable alternatives, you pass just as many Subways, Jimmy Johns or Panera’s as you would a McDonalds. In this essay I will attempt to counter Zinczenko’s arguments by providing other alternatives for individuals who desire to eat healthier, explain why I feel filing a lawsuit against the vendors is really a way to place blame where it isn’t due. I will explain that Zinczenko bases his arguments based on his own personal situation and not sources such as surveys or polls. In conclusion I hope to explain how people themselves are to blame for their obesity. I will show how you do blame the Eater!!
You will be required to respond to at least 3 quotations for each chapter in the novel. You may comment on the characters, the conflicts, the themes, the structure, and/or general feelings about the story that your particular quotations identify. You may choose a particular quotation because you don’t understand its meaning; however, you think the quotation is necessary in some way regarding one’s understanding of the text. There are no “perfect” answers. This dialectical journal’s purpose is for your understanding and may become part of an important class discussion.
Rely on sources only minimally; most of this section should be your argument. This section should be written as a SHORT essay, with AT LEAST THREE paragraphs, and a clear THESIS statement. This section is the MOST important section of the project; this is where I expect you to analyze not only what you learned about the form of communication, but what you learned about how this form of communication changes the people who The Title of Your Essay Should Still Be Centered: This Example Only What the First Three Sections Would Look
The rhetorical appeals that make these arguments persuasive often are quite obvious. Other kinds of writing also rely on rhetorical appeals—and therefore are persuasive—but they may employ those appeals in a more subtle way. Your task for this assignment is first to choose a piece of writing that is not, on the surface, an argument. Then, analyze it to find the rhetorical appeals (and therefore the subtle agenda) embedded
Their discussion may be TOO GENERAL. They may even misunderstand some aspects of the literary work(s). These essays are adequately written but may demonstrate inconsistent control over the elements of effective writing. Organization is evident, but it may not be fully realized or particularly coherent. C- (2-3): These essays address the main ideas involved in the question/topic, but they do so inaccurately or without the support of APPROPRIATE TEXTUAL EVIDENCE.