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Produce a poster which accurately and concisely summarise a journal article of your choice (Jary, D. and Thomas, L. (1999) 'Widening participation and lifelong learning: rhetoric or reality? The role of research and the reflexive practioner'. Widening participation and Lifelong Learning, 1(1), pp.1-10).
Do you have an excellent background in law, human rights, the justice system and Canada. I'm seeking help in writing a 3000 words PhD in law research proposal. Maximum budget - $100
We are building a website which will have education and related content. As a part of our plan, we will be offering quizzes for school children. Following are the details: 1. Each quiz contains 5 questions. 2. We don't want questions to be too tough. (Ideally 2 easy, 2 medium, 1 hard) 3. Language should be easily understood. 4. No plagiarism. We have strong tools to detect them. You can refer to websites and prepare questions based on them. But do not copy paste here. 5. We have categorized students into 3 sections. CAT 1 - Class 1,2,3 CAT 2 - Class 4,5,6 CAT 3 - Class 7,8,9,10. 6. We need you to prepare: 500 Questions for CAT 1 (mostly fill in the rhymes, small number additions, anything funny & creative from freelancer) 1000 questions for CAT 2 (Plz set questions from Science, Social Sciences, Morals, Sports, Technology, General Knowledge, Numbers) 500 questions for CAT 3(Plz set questions from Science, Social Sciences, Sports, Technology, Sports, Entertainment, General Knowledge) 8. You can prepare the questions in excel sheet and send. (attached a screenshot. the screenshot is just for example and is not the original content) We are a startup. Please help us in helping children gain knowledge and let's together build a great quizzing cum educating platform for kids.
Research Essay Academic research essays are argumentative (thesis/claim-driven). They are the culmination of a reading and writing process that requires general reading and thinking about a topic, the narrowing of that topic to an engaging, researchable “issue question,” a review of scholarly and other applicable materials already dealing with that issue, and the formation of an argument that integrates that material with the researcher’s own findings and views. Clearly, the conventions of research activity and reading change slightly with disciplines, but some standards apply across the board. Source materials must be relevant and appropriate for academic discourse, and they must be carefully cited, integrated, and documented. These sources might include peer-reviewed articles, monographs, anthologies of academic essays, book-length studies, texts, specialized dictionaries, national newspapers, field-specific periodicals, and academic websites. Research is presented objectively and responsibly, and in an academic voice and style that respect the conventions of academic discourse by using relevant terms, concepts, and evidence appropriately, and developing claims logically and articulately. Unstated assumptions are minimized by careful revision and elaboration where necessary, and arguments are logically consistent and focused. Both specialists and academicians in general should be able to read and understand the argument without too much difficulty. Generally, research essays comprise 60-70% original material and 30-40% “borrowed” material. The argument should be situated in the context of a larger issue or subject area, and it should make a substantial contribution to thinking about the issue it engages. Your paper will, of course, meet all of these expectations—and then some! As an extension of the work you’ve already done, I expect that you will take up one of the issues you develop in the State of Knowledge/Point of Entry assignment. That claim becomes the heart of the research paper—its organizing/controlling statement—and will shape its structure and determine its content. Per item 4 above, the bulk of the argument will consist of your own contributions—reasoning and the presentation, interpretation, analysis, application, and linking of relevant evidence—but also the evidence itself, which should consist primarily of scholarly material, but may include other relevant and appropriate materials as well. Feel free to use source materials you’ve already gathered if they apply, but you should expand your source material now that you have narrowed the issue. See the note about sources in the next section. Requirements: Format (MLA or APA): 7-8 pages (1750-2000 words), paginated, 1” margins, double-spaced, TNR 12 pt. font, separate “Works Cited” (MLA) or “References” (APA) page, no title page. Sources: minimum of five, at least three of which must be peer-reviewed academic articles or borrowed from scholarly books published by reputable publishing houses. No Wikipedia or the like!
1000 word essay with Harvard style and avoid plagiarism with references
attached some texts which i found convincing. catalog will be sent to doctors but also for final customers which are ususally woman that ger wrinkles treatment with this product. the requirmenrs are : 1. rewrite and repharse it so it will pass palagrism google test. 2. divide it into subject and give headlines. 3. add some other unique ideas like - show woman face with tired eyes than put picture of the energy look it gives or someone that has wrinkles which makes him look angry all the time and than show the effect of product when he does not look angry anymore .. 4. any sharp msg that will explain the product and concinve to use it is welcome. website is under construction but still - [url removed, login to view]
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Evaluate the implications for operations management in organizations that operate internationally. For this assignment, you will select and assess the same type of product from two different firms, such as an SUV vehicle from Toyota, and BMW. (NOTE: You cannot use the automotive industry, so pick another industry that operates internationally.) In a 5-6-page paper, defend the organizations’ production processes, customer interaction in those processes, if applicable, and the technologies used in production. Judge each organization’s commitment to quality and excellence, as well as the process used for measuring quality. Describe each of the selected organization’s inventory methodologies and model(s), and any areas for improvement. Describe each of the selected organization’s movements toward lean processes or Six Sigma, and how these impact the culture, efficiency, and success of each organization. Finally, compare and contrast each company’s production processes, customer interactions in those processes, and technologies used in production. Be sure to use at least two current, scholarly references beyond any required course readings. Current sources are those published within the most recent five-year period, and scholarly sources are those from peer-reviewed journals. Make certain for each listed reference that you have at least one supporting citation in the body of your content. Your reference page is always the last page of the submission where all individual references get listed. The Saudi Digital Library is a good resource to search for these references. Submit your presentation into the Assignment Dropbox.
I would like a short article about 200 words on the cantillon effect 17th century credit system.
Hello there, I am planning to apply for Ph.D. in Computer Science in many universities. Therefore, I need a well-written Statement of Purpose (or Personal Statement). The letter should be eye-catching from the very beginning in order to get the committee members' attention. I will upload my CV so you can get an insight of whom I am and what are my goals and interests. speaking of interests, I am actually interested in researches related to IoT (internet of things) as well as the rapid evolution of databases and Big Data. (550 - 700 words)