English Rhetorical Argument

Project description
For this final unit, students will synthesize the rhetorical techniques they have learned in units two and three and apply them to an analysis of four short essays on the current crisis in higher education. Students will synthesize various points of view on the topic to then argue their own view. For the final paper (4-6 pages), students will integrate everything they have learned so far into a sophisticated analysis of the issue, providing their own argument that articulates their solution to the problem.
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The Three Year Solution

Project description
For this final unit, students will synthesize the rhetorical techniques they have learned in units two and three and apply them to an analysis of four short essays on the current crisis in higher education. Students will synthesize various points of view on the topic to then argue their own view. For the final paper (4-6 pages), students will integrate everything they have learned so far into a sophisticated analysis of the issue, providing their own argument that articulates their solution to the problem.
Format:
Your paper will cover, use, and cite ALL four essays we will cover:
Alexander, Lamar. “The Three Year Solution: How the Reinventions of Higher
Education Benefits Parents, Students, and Schools.” Newsweek. Oct. 26, 2009:
26-29.
Bollinger, Lee, Michael Crow, Elaine Tuttle Hansen, and Robert Zemsky. “What’s
College for Anyway?: A Symposium.” Newsweek. Oct 26, 2009: 30-33.
Altucher, James. “Skip the Diploma: 8 Alternatives to College.” MSNBC. March 29,
2011.
Steinberg, Jacques. “Plan B: Skip College.” The New York Times. May 15, 2010.
Introduction:
Provide a concise summary of the issue, which addresses the current context surrounding it. This should cover the major points of view, the key players in the issue, and the status of the issue as it stands now. Your thesis statement should clearly lay out your own solution.
Following Paragraphs:
Unlike our three previous paper descriptions, I will not be providing you with guidelines for your body paragraphs. You will chose your own rhetorical methods of analysis with which to interrogate this issue and the order win which you will address them. As always, each paragraph should end with a transitional phrase to the next paragraph as well.
Sources: You should use as many reliable sources on your song as you can find to provide you with as much background, history, and context as you can get. And any source you use should be cited.
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American Revolution and the end of the Civil War

Paper instructions:
Analyze and discuss how the understandings of freedom changed and/or did not change between the American Revolution and the end of the Civil War. Your analysis should include at least one historical moment between the American Revolution and Civil War. Be specific in your response. Generalized or vague arguments will not score high in the grading. And be sure that your response includes the following:
An introduction with a clear thesis statement.
Multiple arguments that focus on one specific element, draw clear comparisons and are supported with clearly stated examples.
A complete conclusion summarizing what you have argued.
A thoroughly edited and proofread final cop
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Astronomy

Paper instructions:
Project 3: Light pollution and diurnal motion
For this project you are going to have to do a little traveling.
Part 1: From the city, choose three stars you can easily identify. Using a cardboard tube, center it on each of the stars you chose and count how many stars you can see within the area of the tube.
Part 2: From a location well away from civilization and on the same night as part 1, use the same three stars you chose before and count how many stars you can see through the tube in the new location.
Part 3: On a clear night, track the location of the big dipper relative to the north star. Starting well after sun down, make a sketch or take a picture of the where the big dipper is relative to the horizon and the north star. Wait an hour, then go out and add to your original sketch the new location of the big dipper or take another picture. Repeat the process twice more.
Along with your data, write up a half page summary of what you learned.
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Project 5: Measuring the size of the Earth
?For this project you are going to have to do a little bit of research. You need to come up with a method that will allow you calculate the radius of the Earth.
In detail describe the method you will use to calculate the Earth’s radius, conduct your experiment and write a summary of your experiment’s findings. As part of the summary make sure to include a comparison of the radius you found versus the actual radius of the Earth. The write up should at least a page in length and include your calculations.?
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Health Care Market Strategy

Project description
Textbook:
Hillestad, S & Berkowitz E. (2004) Health Care Market Strategy: From Planning to Action (3rd Ed). Sudbury: Jones & Bartlett Publishers, Inc.
o Chapter 4: The Vision Thing
? This chapter compares and contrasts the differences between vision and mission statements and emphasizes on the importance of vision and mission statements in the business planning process.
o Chapter 5: Conducting the Internal/External Assessment
? This chapter details the steps for conducting the internal and external assessments, lists the data sources for market research, and defines the scope of market research.
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1. Topic #1. Mission Statement
Locate a mission statement from a healthcare organization. Critique the mission statement by using nine questions listed on page 69 of the Hillestad and Berkowitz’s book. Response should be 125 words.
2. Topic #2. Marketing Research
A healthcare system plans to establish a new outpatient surgery center in Atlanta, GA. Marketing research is needed to assess the potentials of this new establishment. Outline the marketing research plan including the data to be collected, the sample, and the data-gathering method(s). Which law/regulation has the greatest impact on marketing research? And How? Response should be 125 words.
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Health Care Market Strategy

Project description
Textbook:
Hillestad, S & Berkowitz E. (2004) Health Care Market Strategy: From Planning to Action (3rd Ed). Sudbury: Jones & Bartlett Publishers, Inc.
o Chapter 4: The Vision Thing
? This chapter compares and contrasts the differences between vision and mission statements and emphasizes on the importance of vision and mission statements in the business planning process.
o Chapter 5: Conducting the Internal/External Assessment
? This chapter details the steps for conducting the internal and external assessments, lists the data sources for market research, and defines the scope of market research.
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1. Topic #1. Mission Statement
Locate a mission statement from a healthcare organization. Critique the mission statement by using nine questions listed on page 69 of the Hillestad and Berkowitz’s book. Response should be 125 words.
2. Topic #2. Marketing Research
A healthcare system plans to establish a new outpatient surgery center in Atlanta, GA. Marketing research is needed to assess the potentials of this new establishment. Outline the marketing research plan including the data to be collected, the sample, and the data-gathering method(s). Which law/regulation has the greatest impact on marketing research? And How? Response should be 125 words.
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Health Care Market Strategy

Project description
Textbook:
Hillestad, S & Berkowitz E. (2004) Health Care Market Strategy: From Planning to Action (3rd Ed). Sudbury: Jones & Bartlett Publishers, Inc.
o Chapter 4: The Vision Thing
? This chapter compares and contrasts the differences between vision and mission statements and emphasizes on the importance of vision and mission statements in the business planning process.
o Chapter 5: Conducting the Internal/External Assessment
? This chapter details the steps for conducting the internal and external assessments, lists the data sources for market research, and defines the scope of market research.
________________________________________
1. Topic #1. Mission Statement
Locate a mission statement from a healthcare organization. Critique the mission statement by using nine questions listed on page 69 of the Hillestad and Berkowitz’s book. Response should be 125 words.
2. Topic #2. Marketing Research
A healthcare system plans to establish a new outpatient surgery center in Atlanta, GA. Marketing research is needed to assess the potentials of this new establishment. Outline the marketing research plan including the data to be collected, the sample, and the data-gathering method(s). Which law/regulation has the greatest impact on marketing research? And How? Response should be 125 words.
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philosophy (immanuel Kant/ universalizability test )

Project description
ESSAY QUESTION…..
Kant states that testing our maxims for their universalizability is a purely rational
standard that we must employ in deciding whether a maxim we will is able to serve as a universal moral law.
1) What is the universalizability test and how does it work? That is, explain what
the procedure is for determining if a maxim can serve as a moral law, and what
Kant thinks prevents a maxim from becoming a universal law of morality?
2) Take Kant’s example of issuing false promises to escape embarrassment
(example 2 and at GM, pp. 31) and subject the maxim to the test of
universalizability. Why does Kant think that the maxim is morally impermissible
and ultimately fails the test of universalizability? Explain your answer in detail as
to why it fails.
3) Why does Kant think that a maxim such as, “Do not lie in order to get what
you want” passes his universalizability test? In what important way is it different
than the maxim to issue false promises to avoid embarrassment?
4) Do you think that Kant’s test of universalizability is a good procedure to
discover moral laws, or do you think there is a problem with the test? Provide
your reasons for why you believe as you do.
(GM = Grounding for the Metaphysics of Morals by Immanuel Kant)
Instructions: the essay should be 5 pages in length, double-spaced, and use a standard 12-point font. It is important that you answer every part of the questions; each successive part should be thought of as
leading you through writing a good short philosophical essay (INSTRUCTIONS FROM MY PROFESSOR)
-each numbered question can be another page or so, as long as it meets the 5 page limit.
-please answer each number(1-4) in order through-out the essay.
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Strategies for Online Success

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Assignment
Strategies for Online Success
While you may be computer savvy and feel comfortable online, completing your courses and an entire degree program online with no physical classroom or face-to-face contact presents its own challenges. Skills that are critical to online learning success include an ability to plan and manage time, particularly since there is no structured “class time”; the capability to communicate clearly and effectively online where there is no nonverbal or visual feedback; and the capacity to use technology effectively.
This Discussion provides you with an opportunity to think about your skills in the above areas, to explore strategies for successful online learning, and to share some of those strategies with others in the course. Moreover, you will consider the implications for how these success strategies relate to academic integrity.
To prepare for this Discussion:
• Review this Week’s assigned readings in the course text, Essential Guide to Online Learning.
• Read the Study Notes, Technical Tips for Learning at Walden.
• Review the media Tips for Effective Online Composition and Communication and Effective Online Communication: Scholarly Writing in Online Discussions.
• Review the “Academic Integrity” tutorial.
• Think about strategies you have used or read about that you found to be or think will be useful to you in planning, managing time, communicating effectively, and using technology effectively.
• Consider how the strategies you identified can contribute to being a successful online learner.
With these thoughts in mind:
The Assignment (in APA format) Due on 12/11/2013
Write a description of at least one strategy for each of the following key areas related to online success: planning, time management, effective communication, and effective use of technology. Explain how/why you think each will contribute to your success as an online learner. As you examine the strategies for success, address the implications for how each one can impact academic integrity and the potential consequences for choosing not to utilize the strategies.
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