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I want research about hajj and umrah In the Isalm For the first page please put

I want research about hajj and umrah
In the Isalm
For the first page please put
Student name /Rayan Jamal Jabr
Student number /1053903462

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Compare and contrasting Cherismotre and Innovative people there has to be a cert

Compare and contrasting Cherismotre and Innovative people there has to be a certain person for each category for example mom for one and dad for the other and it needs . In the picture of notes at the bottom of the page there’s meaning for the word Transformational that the words Cherismotre and Innovative if they were like together for the both of compare and contrast.
The introduction include a hook and transition to the thesis stamens. The thesis statement names the topic of the essay, is users at blue places within the paragraph and outlines the main points to be discussed.
Each of the body paragraphs includes a creative and well written topic sentence with supporting details, and smooth transitions. The essay uses a pattern of organization appropriate for compare/ contrast writing.
The paragraphs include all of the necessary points that support the thesis statement he ideas are presented in a balanced and reasonable way. One side is not represented more than the other.
The conclusion is strong and leaves the reader firmly understanding the writers position. There is an effective restatement of the thesis statement.
Author makes almost no errors in grammar, spelling, or punctuation that distract the reader from the content.

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The topic I chose is Jazz in Globalization. Basically the way Jazz music came to

The topic I chose is Jazz in Globalization. Basically the way Jazz music came to be, the way people and cultures came together, and the way in which it spread. Also, how jazz relates to globalization in the grand scheme of things.
How Jazz music came to be from different cultures and how it spread throughout Harlem and then America. The class has to do with Globalization so the paper would be about Jazz in the light of globalization. All secondary sources that are academic can be used as sources.

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Here you are going analyze two pieces of writing, using two sets of criteria for

Here you are going analyze two pieces of writing, using two sets of criteria for your analysis. Be sure to do BOTH parts of the discussion to be eligible for full credit.
Part 1 – Traits of Academic Writing
In her article in Teaching English in the Two Year College, Teresa Thonney outlines six standard features of academic writing:
Writers respond to what others have said about their topic.
Writers state the value of their work and announce the plan for their papers.
Writers acknowledge that others might disagree with the position they’ve taken.
Writers adopt a voice of authority.
Writers use academic and discipline specific vocabulary.
Writers emphasize evidence, often in tables, graphs, and images. (348)
To complete this week’s discussion, go to this site: APUS Digital Commons@APUS Site. There you have two choices for this assignment; you can look at student papers or faculty papers. The direct links to those two choices are shown here:
Student papers (Master’s Capstone Theses)
Faculty papers (Collections, Faculty Publications Collection)
Find a paper that is related to your topic. You can choose either a student or faculty paper. If you don’t find a paper on your topic, just choose one that interests you. You may see the abstract of a paper and can download the paper to read it. As you read the paper, pay close attention to the six features of academic writing noted above. Which standards are present the paper? What standards (if any) are missing? How does the presence or absence of these standards affect the quality of the paper?
To help us locate the papers you have analyzed, be sure to provide the paper’s title and recommended citation found on the paper’s website.
Part 2 – Source Evaluation
BELOW IS THE ARTICLE LINK FOE PART 2
https://pubsonline.informs.org/doi/abs/10.1287/trsc.2015.0592
NAME OF THE ARTICLE
A Game-Theoretic Approach for Regulating Hazmat Transportation
Lucio Bianco, Massimiliano Caramia, Stefano Giordani, Veronica Piccialli
Published Online:9 Jun 2015https://doi.org/10.1287/trsc.2015.0592
For the second part of this discussion, find an article from the APUS Library on your topic and evaluate the source based on the criteria below. Be sure to include the citation for the article, as well as a link so we can look at it.
Title of Article (including proper citation and URL so we can find it)
Peer-reviewed Journal: Is the article from a peer-reviewed journal at APUS Library?
Credible Author: How or why should the author should be considered an expert on your chosen topic?
Reliable Publisher: Who is the publisher? What is the publisher’s reputation? Has this source been published by a scholarly or peer-reviewed press? Is this source available in trusted archives, such as subscription databases? If this is from a website, how reliable is that website?
Accuracy: Does the information seem to be accurate? Does the information correspond with or contradict information found in sources known to be reliable? Has the information been peer-reviewed? Is there a reference list available so you can verify the information? Are there any factual errors, statistical flaws, or faulty conclusions?
Current Information: Is the material up to date? If it is from a website, when was it last updated
Objectivity (Bias): Are all sides of the issue/topic treated fairly? Do you detect any bias? (For instance, is the author connected to any institution or foundation that might be paying him, which could suggest bias?) Who is paying to have the work published? If a website has an org or com suffix, it is likely that there is an agenda/stance and this limits objectivity.
This is a discussion post so it doesn’t have to be over 250 words
Comments from Customer
Discipline: College writing and research

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Compare and contrasting Cherismotre and Innovative people there has to be a cert

Compare and contrasting Cherismotre and Innovative people there has to be a certain person for each category for example mom for one and dad for the other and it needs . In the picture of notes at the bottom of the page there’s meaning for the word Transformational that the words Cherismotre and Innovative if they were like together for the both of compare and contrast.
The introduction include a hook and transition to the thesis stamens. The thesis statement names the topic of the essay, is users at blue places within the paragraph and outlines the main points to be discussed.
Each of the body paragraphs includes a creative and well written topic sentence with supporting details, and smooth transitions. The essay uses a pattern of organization appropriate for compare/ contrast writing.
The paragraphs include all of the necessary points that support the thesis statement he ideas are presented in a balanced and reasonable way. One side is not represented more than the other.
The conclusion is strong and leaves the reader firmly understanding the writers position. There is an effective restatement of the thesis statement.
Author makes almost no errors in grammar, spelling, or punctuation that distract the reader from the content.

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Assignment due Tuesday, December 6, 2022 by 8:00pm For this assignment, you will

Assignment due Tuesday, December 6, 2022 by 8:00pm
For this assignment, you will choose a site in your current location and describe its utopic/dystopic qualities.
We have now read many accounts of utopia/dystopia: from Al-Farabi’s perfect state to LeGuin’s flawed Omelas. You will now write your own story or essay about the “perfect society.”
Go to a site that you feel captures the qualities of utopia/dystopia in your location and take 2-3 photos, including one with you in the picture, to include in the paper.
Write a 1000-word account of this place – either nonfiction (like Al-Farabi’s work) or fiction (like LeGuin’s short story).
Be sure to think about #organization and #composition. It might also be helpful to do some research, though it might not be necessary if you choose to write about a completely imagined utopia, inspired by the image you capture in your photos.
LOs and formatting:
You will be graded on #organization,
#composition:Effective communication requires a clear and precise style that reflects the voice of the communicator and that is appropriate for the intended audience. Communicators should use the fewest words necessary (they should respect the principle of “parsimony”) and should select words carefully to be as clear as possible and to facilitate transitions from one idea to the next. Avoid passive voice, stilted diction, elaborate structure, and imprecision; write and speak simply, directly, and sincerely. Understand when to use paraphrase, quotation, or summary to incorporate necessary information smoothly into your communication.
, #professionalism: Part of effective communication involves presenting yourself and your work in an appropriate and professional manner. To communicate effectively, consider the norms for presenting yourself to others, including tone, forms of address, and the use of slang or informal speech. Always proofread written work for errors, properly attribute quotations, ideas, data and other sources, and follow conventional practices regarding attribution and formatting for the type of communication you are crafting. Different academic disciplines have different formatting conventions, and it is important to use the expected standards. More broadly, ensure that your approach to communication, whether verbal or written, meets or surpasses the expectations relevant to the context.
#audience,:Tailor oral and written work by considering the situation and perspective of the people receiving it.
Different audiences have different background knowledge, interests, goals, world-views and perspectives. To communicate effectively, one must recognize such characteristics of an audience and tailor one’s messages for them. When an audience consists of people who have different levels of knowledge, goals, interests, or motivations, one cannot reach all of them equally effectively with the same delivery. Learning about and carefully considering an audience’s point of view can help one design communications that they can grasp, will appeal to their interests, and will be perceived as compelling.
#interpretivelens: dentify how prior experiences and expectations affect inferences drawn from different forms of communications, and react accordingly.
Being open-minded requires being receptive to new ideas, even when they might conflict with your beliefs, worldview, or assumptions. We need to learn to recognize the effects of our prior experiences and expectations, and try to see the same material from different perspectives. One should consider relevant evidence and arguments and be receptive to new ideas and alternative solutions. The information in messages is not always what one expects or hopes to receive and thus one must carefully consider what actually is being communicated—not just what one anticipates.
#critique:Actively and critically engage with texts and other forms of communication.
#context: Situate a work in its relevant context (e.g., historical, disciplinary, cultural).
#evidencebased: dentify and appropriately structure the information needed to support an argument effectively.
A written or spoken communication that is intended to make a specific point should clearly present relevant and persuasive evidence. Doing this well is a two-step process. First, one must identify the evidence relevant to supporting the conclusion. The argument must be formulated to be consistent with the supporting evidence and should address apparent contradictions. Second, one must arrange evidence effectively. This means anticipating where one’s audience will notice a need for evidence, determining how much evidence will be needed given the strength of the conclusion, and deciding on how best to present the evidence (e.g., as a set of claims, a figure, a quote, or a paraphrase). In all cases, written and spoken, evidence should support underlying assumptions and show that implications of the argument are consistent with established facts and principles.
#thesis:Write a clear declarative sentence that takes a firm position on the topic under consideration and serves to organize the rest of the work.
Written and spoken communications that are intended to convey a message should present a clear, well-defined central claim. Thesis statements should be substantial, arguable, precise, and relevant. This overarching message should serve as the organizing principle of the communication.
Be sure to draw attention to your most prominent applications of LOs by adding footnotes.
In the footnote text (at the bottom of the page), provide the hashtag of the LO and an explanation of your application. Help the professor understand exactly why this constitutes a strong application.
Footnotes should be at least two sentences long, but often a more substantive footnote is preferable.
Footnote text does not count toward the target length of the assignment, and all applications of the LOs (not just those that are footnoted) will count toward your grade.
I HAVE ADDED THE NON FICTION STORY THE INSTRUCTIONS WERE REFFERING TO BELOW THE FICTION IS CALLED LeGuin, U. (1975). The ones who walk away from Omelas. In_The wind’s twelve quarters_. Harper & Row.
i have also added a picture of the location i will discuss it is munchen germany called wackersberg, and i have to talk about why its ideal.
some key points about this place:
– it has a beautiful scenery
– their is no cell service making it perfect to disconnect and really enjoy nature
– its a 45 minute drive from the city.
so from their you can also add why its ideal.

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Directions: For your final paper you will choose a topic below, read several art

Directions: For your final paper you will choose a topic below, read several articles (6-10) to educate yourself. Then try to come up with a research question that asks about something specific to these topics. Usually, the answer to that question will be your working thesis, that asserts a specific part of the subject matter, and not a general statement.
From there you will write a three-page paper that includes no more than three different outside sources and no more than four in-text citations (that means 1 quote per article, not 4 per article). Again, you cannot have more than 4 quotes throughout your whole paper, and they cannot be more than 4 lines of text. Not following this MLA rule will severely affect your paper’s grade. Each quote over 4 will count as 15 points each off your grade.
Illegal Immigration
GMOs
Childhood/Young Adult Obesity
Debt
You must have a works cited page, and you must attach the single page from the article(s)/book(s)/Website(s) you use. Make sure to highlight what you’ve taken from that source. This means that your whole paper will be a minimum 7 pages (3 pages + 1 works cited + 3 article attachments = 7). If your paper is incomplete or does not come down ¾ of the last page, you will receive an F for this assignment. *Remember to fold your last page of the essay to ensure you meet the minimum.
Please make sure to check your paper for every single minute detail that we have been practicing for, especially with checking the MLA format for in-text citations as well as the works cited page. Lastly, you must use at least one newspaper article, one professional journal, and/or a magazine. You may use a website, but it must be a .org or .gov. DO NOT use .com. If you use Google, it must come from “Google Scholar.”
There will be no mandatory first publish due.
Due Date: Wednesday, December 21st by 6:40 p.m. You must bring or send this paper to my school email, and it must include all of the above-mentioned components (including scanned (or downloaded) article pages). Any paper that is not complete and/or time stamped by 6:40 p.m. on Dec. 21st will not be accepted, regardless of the reason and count as a zero. No exceptions.
this is a descriptive essay I already did and need to redo. I am attaching my essay for you to base it off of to edit with his corrections

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Attached are the instructions/rubric, the chosen beautiful words, and an epub co

Attached are the instructions/rubric, the chosen beautiful words, and an epub copy of the book to be used “If They Come for Us”
It would also be helpful if you can use the terminology for sentences like:
Simple, Compound, Complex, and Compound-Complex, Periodic, Loose sentences for the author’s style.

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1. Please Read Research Essay Guidlines and Rubics, Reseach Essay Questions and

1. Please Read Research Essay Guidlines and Rubics, Reseach Essay Questions and Annotated Bibliography for Instructions and construction of the Reasearch Paper.
Also please make sure to follow these additional instructions as well:
✓ An APA Title Page
✓ Page numbers
✓ A common, legible, 11- or 12-point font
✓ Double spaced
✓ Indents at the beginning of each new paragraph
✓ In-text citations in APA format
✓ A reference page in APA format

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The source is being made into a power point. Please answer the question with tha

The source is being made into a power point. Please answer the question with that in mind. Any questions please reach out