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Prepare an 8-10–page report in Word. This report should include a project history of your recent Trillo Apparel Company District 4 Production Warehouse Move experience over the last five weeks.  Your final report should include the following sections: •Executive Summary  •Project Performance and Status Report  •Organizational Structure  •Project and Administrative Teams  •Project Risk and Change Management  •Project Management Techniques Employed  •Conclusion   Include appropriate reports from your final project plans to corroborate your overall report. You may also use diagrams, charts, and other visual aids to make your report more effective. Assume that the report will be presented to the Board of Directors of Trillo Apparel Company. Your report should be done in the APA style.  In addition to the report, prepare an 7-9–slide presentation in PowerPoint that summarizes key aspects from the report.

Assignment 1 Grading Criteria     Maximum Points     An 8-10 page final report is prepared for the Trillo Apparel Company Board of Directors that includes each of the seven sections identified.      100     The report is detailed and provides supporting documentation      40     The report includes a detailed status report      40     Included a 7-9 slide PowerPoint presentation for presentation to Trillo Apparel Company Board or Directors.     60     The presentation is professional in appearance and geared toward the correct audience.     30     Used correct grammar, spelling, and word choice and cited all sources using correct APA style.     30   Total:  300

Context Essay and Presentation

What it is: A Two-Part Assignment


I. A 5+ page essay (include Works Cited) that must address the following areas:


a. Biographical information and relevant context (Roughly 2 pages; can be attained, at least partially,          from non-academic sources.)

(In other words, what contributed to the author’s development, the author’s ideas/views, the author’s voice?)

            (Also, Charters’ text should offer leads for many authors.)

            -Where is the author from?

            -During what time period was/is the author working?

            -What was happening, politically, socially, or otherwise during this time period?

            -What are the author’s views on culture, politics, religion, etc.?

            -How/Why did author begin to write, and what are his/her/their influences?

            -How have writers been influenced by this writer?

-When members of the literary community discuss this writer, what are important topics/themes/classifications/techniques that arise?

            -How has the author been critically received? Has the author attained a footing/been          represented in the mainstream?


b. The writer’s views on writing in their own words (Roughly 1 page)

            Writers often leave traces of their views on their craft. Check the following:

            -Books they have written on creative writing or literature

            -Diaries they have kept and that have since been published

            -Interviews they have completed with The Paris Review, The New Yorker, or another top-tier publication

            -Interviews they have completed with smaller journals or other writers

            -Essays they have published


c. Close reading, incorporating research (Roughly 2-3 pages)

            Offer an interpretation of one of the author’s stories

            -Utilize close reading techniques acquired earlier in term (see assignment sheet)

            -Utilize 2 academic sources in supporting your thesis



II. A 20+ minute presentation of what you learned while composing your Context Essay that should be considered roughly 2/3 presentation of the material and 1/3 discussion leading—ideally one interspersed with the other. (In other words, resist the urge to clump.) You will be providing a handout of 3-4 pages to your classmates with short excerpts from your paper and from your sources. The presentation will consist of 1) what you’ve learned/read; 2) interpretation of what you’ve learned; 3) general response; 4) discussion; 5) engaging activity (something relevant and useful: perhaps in-class writing, a game, an activity that gets peers digging into text).


Goal: To practice presenting complex material in a professional way, with a professional sensibility. No need to dress up, but a time to practice the skills of discussion leading and of interpreting information (both orally and on paper) in a way that makes it accessible to others, and that is engaging. You should have a strong grasp on the material you’re presenting, and should not simply be reading from a sheet of paper. While we will be in a classroom, this is your opportunity to practice moving your thoughts on writing and literature “out of the classroom environment.” You are the expert for these 20+ minutes.


reading Poe’s “The Tell-Tale Heart

After reading Poe’s “The Tell-Tale Heart,” write an essay in which you use examples and details from the story to explain whether you think what the narrator (storyteller) is telling the reader an accurate account of what is really happening as opposed to what he imagines is  happening.  The issue, then, that you are writing about is whether the narrator is reliable. Underline the thesis (or the major proposition of an argument)

emotional intelligence

you are required to
conduct secondary research on a local (Australian-based) or international firm to
highlight how it embraces emotional intelligence, cultural intelligence 2 pages for emotional intelligence and 2 for culture present issues related to the 2 topics

Analyzing both standards (C3 and PA standard) of geography

Student is expected to write a paper detailing what he/she learned from the process of analyzing both standards (C3 and PA standard) of geography.
An explanation of what she/he found helpful or frustrating during this process, as well as what thoughts come to mind as she/he begins to think about how to implement social studies standards into their own teaching practice. 
The purpose of this paper is to reflect on what you learned from this analyzing process, do not simply list the step by step process.

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What is the relationship between the speaker in “Alzheimer’s” and the man to which she’s referring in the poem?

What is the relationship between the speaker in "Alzheimer's" and the man to which she's referring in the poem? Do these two people have a cordial, loving relationship? If so, how do you know?


Let’s explore the definition of a project

Please answer the following questions



1. Let's explore the definition of a project. Some might consider doing the dishes at home a project, some may not. Explain your view on the matter by giving an example.



2. Some Project Managers consider the method for project selection similar to choosing a vendor. Although the criteria are different the method of using a ranking table is similar. What criteria would you consider when choosing a project and why?



hi ! = this is the link for my topic that CANDIDA , this topic is related to microbiology class and also i'm going the instruction page what i need in my topic so basically u gonna write about risk factors for this disease, etiology and pathology, association with nosocomial (health risk acquired) infections, and reported drug resistance. Make sure write all these headings so in this way i can recognise the things. This link is from If u want u can also find this information from other source like any from other article . Pls down the citiation at the end of the pages.

IT Assessment And IT Audits

1. Summarize the components of IT assessments and audits. When would you perform an IT assessment over an IT audit? Why? 75 words 


2. Describe the relationship between compliance and governance. why should your organization be concerned with compliance and governance? 75 words


Geoscience Writing

In 1912, Alfred Wegener, a German meteorologist and geophysicist, outlined his hypothesis for "continental drift." This hypothesis challenged a long-held assumption that the continents and ocean basins had fixed geographic positions (ie, they did not move). Explain the continental drift hypothesis. Describes two lines of evidence Wegener used to support his continental drift hypothesis. What was the main flaw with Wegener's continental drift hypothesis? Your essay should be in your own words.


Use standard essay format (topic sentence, supporting information, conclusion).

It should be about 140-200 words – roughly one page (front only) hand written.  

will be graded on content, grammar, punctuation, and flow. Do you make sense? It should sound like a written document, not like a conversation.

We will be checking for cheating – we are really good at spotting material that has simply been copied from the web. If you are a student, you will receive a copy of the report.plagiarized material we will report it to the Dean of students office as cheating and you will receive a 0 on the writing.

Feel free to draft your answer outside of class and bring it with you to class on writing day. You will not be allowed to turn in your draft, but you can "transfer" it to the paper we hand out.writing day. You will not be allowed to turn in your draft, but can "transfer" it to the paper we hand out.

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