Essay English

Logical fallacies are failures in logic–bad reasoning or bad thinking, to put it simply.

After reading the logic handout under files, and the prompt for the Logical Fallacies Narrative Paper, as well as the Sample Logical Fallacies Narrative Paper, and lastly reading and asking any questions you have in our on-line discussion of this handout and assignment, please write your essay and upload it below.

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WK 12 Health Indicators

1. Identify and discuss major indicators of child and adolescents health status.

2. Describe and discuss the social determinants of child and adolescent health.

3. Mention and discuss at least 2 public programs and prevention strategies targeted to children’s health.

4. Mention and discuss the individual and societal costs of poor child health status.

APA format word document, Arial 12 font, minimum of 2 evidence-based references besides the class textbook must be used and make sure that the references that you use in your assignment are properly quoted in it. A minimum of 700 words is required.

 
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ENGL101 Arizona Understanding Food Insecurity Among College Students

– i want you to write one Annotated Bibliography about the article in the attachment. I have attached an example for the Annotated Bibliography, so pleas follow the example in the attachment steps.

– Also i want you to write another Annotated Bibliography about the the video in the link below.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xyQY8a-ng6g

 
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critique discussion below

Larry,

There have been some risk statements identified within the annual report. These statements are cyber-attacks could affect our business; disruptions in our computer systems could adversely impact our business, and a chance of liability if third-party equipment related to failing to provide adequate security for our clients. It is important to clearly express the importance and achieve clarity in the explanation to shareholders. The reason for this is that shareholders hold power and directly affect the profitability of an organization (Horton, 2015). All these statements express risk associated with our renovation and rehabilitation of residential buildings. Each of these statements offers broad risk events and different potential levels of impact. Each of these statements should be taken seriously as statics like 70% of directors surveyed indicate the significant concerns from the risk of un-trustworthy third-party software (VERACODE, 2015). This paper will discuss the potential risk events and impacts.

How cyber attacks affect business

Cyber attacks can bring a company of any size to its knees with one successful attack. One example of an attack that can be detrimental to a company’s future is ransomware attacks. Ransomware is an attack where malicious software takes a computer, or certain services, ransom by denying user access (Fruhlinger, 2018). The attacker usually demands some form of ransom in exchange for access restoration. A mass ransomware attack launched on multiple machines, especially critical ones, can impact a business tremendously with the work stoppage, loss of revenue, reputational loss and more. A somewhat recent example of this is an attack on Russia’s biggest oil company in 2017. This ransomware attack affected over 300,000 machines and was capable of shutting down critical infrastructure and crippling the oil company and associated businesses (Stubbs, 2017). The company is now out to recover about $2.9 billion in losses from the attack. This is a substantial amount for any organization.

Computer system disruptions

Computer system disruptions can equate to a loss of productivity, opportunities, data loss and more. While many companies are transitioning or currently using, cloud computing, storage, and services, there is still a probability for system disruptions or downtime (Felter, 2018). Fortunately for Red Clay Renovations, all the equipment and services are maintained onsite. This alleviates the probability that a 3rd party computer system is disrupted causing company downtime. This doesn’t mean the business is safe from disruptions as Red Clay Renovations are still at risk for attacks. According to Gartner research (Lerner, 2014), the hourly cost for downtime can range from $140,000 to $540,000, depending on the size and scope of an organization. An example of a system disruption that causes downtime could be Slack, a workplace chat and collaboration platform, that went out for about 4 hours in June of 2018 (Gyarmathy, 2018). Slack is used by over 500,000 organizations and 65 Fortune 500 companies. This unscheduled outage caused all of these organizations to hemorrhage revenue. Computer system disruptions can cause potential impact from different angles.

Third party equipment risk

Recommending and installing third-party equipment comes with risk, as this equipment may not be the most secure. The smart home remote and other devices don’t offer almost any security besides a single-factor authentication. This authentication is common but the least secure; merely a username and password and can be discovered fairly easy depending on the encryption methods of the device (CWE, 2018). The equipment brands vary which means that interoperability is in question for functions and security of devices. Interoperability is critical in the use of third-party devices or services because if one device security system fails, it could lead to other devices being compromised (NIST, 2018). Overall, Red Clay Renovations can be held liable for their recommendations and installation of third-party equipment in the event it fails to provide adequate security.

Conclusion

Almost every cybersecurity attack has the ability to impact and damage the company by financial loss, reputational loss, client trust, and loss of opportunity. Any instance of unscheduled downtime can lead to the loss of revenue for the organization (Lerner, 2014). While cyber attacks are an everyday occurrence for larger companies, attacks being accomplished will cause reputational loss. Customers frequently encountering outages due to cyber attacks will eventually stop using or avoid services by that company (Gyarmathy, 2018). When data is lost due to attacks or downtime the trust of clients will diminish since they may have information within company systems like address and payment information. When an organization is unable to offer or provide services, the loss of opportunity occurs because a potential client cannot purchase or possibly contact the company in interest (Gyarmathy, 2018). In conclusion, the potential risk and impacts faced by this company are important and can be detrimental to the survival and growth of this organization, however, it is possible to mitigate these risk to the lowest denominator.

 
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Results Phase 4

Results Phase 4

Students this project will allow you to formulate and hypothetically develop your own research project. The purpose of this project is for the student to complete all the different steps necessary to implement a nursing research project. This project will be subdivided into 4 different papers that will be submitted throughout the entire semester. The final paper will be the combination of the four areas. Please see separate file items for each phase specific instructions. Again follow APA style mandates.Paper will be submit it via turn it in.

Phase 4 is all about results, this part of the paper will be based on hypothetically analysis. Meaning since we will not be actual implementing the process, the results described will be based on whatever the students would like the research results to be. You will need to provide results for all of the statistical tools mentioned and provide descriptive data (demographics of the population, different descriptive data points, etc.). Make sure to also include research limitations to improve for future studies. Approximetaly 6 pages.

 
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I need help with my Essay assignment

the instruction in the file word please read it carefully and do the requirement and there is a rubric as well

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Paraphrase using your own words.

By helping our teens become media literate, we can help protect them from pressures from advertising and other media forms to smoke, drink, use drugs, have sex, or eat unhealthy foods. We also can help them build communication skills, encourage them to consider multiple interpretations of media messages, put portrayals of themselves and others in perspective, and improve media use habits, such as changing ritualistic viewing behaviors. In addition, we can improve the media use habits of the entire family and promote more proactive behavior among all family members.

Media literacy is not media bashing; the goal is not to ridicule the media. Media are dominant forces in our culture and an important part of our teenagers’ lives. Media should be evaluated fairly, not denigrated. Media literacy is also no silver bullet or magic wand; it will not instantly solve all of our problems. But it is our best defense in resisting manipulation and keeping a perspective on the images and messages that are a part of media and youth culture.

 
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EDGR620 Concordia School Day Time Allocation Questions

The PowerPoint presentation, School and Community (Concordia Online Education, n.d.), demonstrates the theory of school as a social institution. This is true for all schools. Both public and nonpublic schools operate “at the pleasure” of the society in which they exist. Public schools must face this reality in the form of regulations and laws. Nonpublic schools will not continue to exist if they do not meet the needs of the constituency. Therefore, it is important for all schools to identify the needs of the communities they serve.

Take a closer look at the institution called school—and its social functions—through the eyes of Dr. Michael Kearl (2010), an award-winning professor at Trinity University:

I will always remember a sign that hung directly under the clock in one of my middle school classrooms:
“Time Will Pass But Will You?” A haunting thought for the perpetual clock-watchers of the room.

On the spectrum of social functions provided by education, one of the most central is its inculcation of social rhythms. It is here that the young child is first subjugated to the universalistic time demands of the broader society and comes to have his/her rhythms of the day, week, and year shaped by the obligatory student role. In the instance of homework assignments, as Wilbert E. Moore observed in Man, Time, and Society (1963), “the school may extend its temporal control even beyond its physical boundaries and formally allotted hours, with consequent problems for the child and therefore for adults of temporal allocation among family, school, and play or peer-group activities” (p. 24).

The rhythms of this institution echo broadly across many facets of both self and society. At the personal level, they shape individuals’ identities and sense of self- worth. At the social level, the time individuals spend in educational systems is used as a means for sorting and certifying them in terms of their adequacy for work roles—greater school time translates into a higher status level entry into the work world. Ironically, society has not kept pace in redesigning jobs to take advantage of its increasingly educated workforce, leading to over-education and underemployment, worker alienation, and boredom. From the social level, schools can also be understood as an abeyance mechanism, a holding pattern designed to keep the young out of an already crowded workforce.

For most American youngsters, school is the major source of lessons about bureaucratic time—lessons in the genre of social rhythms, which, if observed, allow one to survive and thrive in American adult society. For the educational novice, the shift from the more spontaneous times of family life to the thoroughly structured times of school can be a difficult transition. Consider the following lessons:

  • Lateness is defined as being tardy, a punishable offense. Further, school times are totally arbitrary. Lunch time for an elementary school student begins precisely at 11:51 a.m.
  • How time can be used as both punishment (students “do time” or are placed in “time out” for failing to conform to rules) and reward (as when “released” early for having done a good job).
  • The importance of being on time in terms of one’s educational biography. Schooling is rigidly age-based. Age 10 and still in the second grade = loser. Skipped a grade = winner. Graduate college at age 13 = article about you in the newspaper. Educational timetables instill long-range thinking, providing individuals with a normative path that takes a person from early childhood to early adulthood.
  • Precise temporal realms for specific activities, leading to one-at-a-time monochromic thinking. Each subject matter receives its own niche in the flow of school hours. Here middle class students have a distinct advantage over their working class counterparts. The latter, being more likely to have grown up in temporally unstructured homes, do not understand time and feel powerless when placed within time-slotted school environments. Billy, for instance, has not finished his coloring during art time and feels resentment when told to put away his crayons for reading time.

Given the centrality of education to the institution of work and given several decades of declining standardized test scores, it is not surprising that school times have become a matter of considerable political significance. According to a 1994 study by the Education Commission titled Prisoners of Time (National Education Commission on Time and Learning, 1994/2005), American high school students spend only 41 percent of their school days on academic subjects. Secondary school students spend only about three hours per day on core academics.

The study by the National Education Commission on Time and Learning (1994/2005) presented the issue of time this way:

Learning in America is a prisoner of time. For the past 150 years, American public schools have held time constant and let learning vary. The rule, only rarely voiced, is simple: learn what you can in the time we make available. It should surprise no one that some bright, hard-working students do reasonably well. Everyone else—from the typical student to the dropout—runs into trouble. (p. 5)

Assume the issue of time spent in learning during the school day is currently a hot topic in your school and community. Write 3-4 paragraphs that describe the following:

  • Based on your school’s current PR efforts and their effectiveness, how would this issue be handled? Would it be managed successfully?
  • In what ways could your school present more and/or better positive messages to the community it serves? Provide at least two suggestions.

Support your statements with evidence from the required studies and your research. Cite and reference your sources in APA style.

Click here for information on course rubrics.

References

Concordia Online Education. (n.d.). School and community [PowerPoint slides]. College of Education, Concordia University, Portland, OR.

Kearl, M. (2010). Temporalities of social institutions. Retrieved from http://www.trinity.edu/~mkearl/time-4.html

Moore, W. E. (1963). Man, time, and society. New York, NY: Wiley.

National Education Commission on Time and Learning. (2005, October). Prisoners of time [PDF]. (Original work published 1994). Retrieved from http://www.ecs.org/clearinghouse/64/52/6452.pdf

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Required Studies

The following materials are required studies for this week. Complete these studies at the beginning of the week, and save these materials for future use.

The School and Community Relations (Gallagher, Bagin, & Moore, 2016)

  • Chapter 1: The Importance of Public Relations
  • Chapter 2: Public Character of the School
  • Chapter 3: Understanding the Community

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Class and Poverty Discussion

In this 2-3 page double spaced paper you should write, at least, four good paragraphs:

a. The first paragraph should summarize the main points of the readings. Make sure you provide a comprehensive summary and the core argument(s) of the readings.

b. In the second paragraph, you should critically engage with the central ideas, concepts, and arguments of the authors. Some of the questions you might want to keep in mind when you write this paragraph are the following: Do you agree or disagree with the main argument that the author(s) rise? Why? From your point of view, what are the strengths and weakness of the authors’ main arguments? What is your own interpretation of the arguments in the readings?

c. The third paragraph should explain the way in which the central ideas, concepts, and arguments of the authors are related to your personal experiences and/or of those in your social environment.

d. The fourth paragraph should formulate a question based on the readings. Write a paragraph to explain how the question is related to the reading(s) and why you think it is important to answer it. Keep in mind that only posing a question is not enough. You should explain why that question is relevant in the context of the readings and how the question relates to the readings.

 
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Sushi Game for 2nd Grade Math Class

In this paper we will talk about (2nd grade math class ) AND we will use app which called (Sushi game for math class)

We will use (Flipped classroom model) https://facultyinnovate.utexas.edu/flipped-classro…

in this paper You will use a format based on Lever-Duffy & McDonald’s (2011) DID model and the ADDIE model ADDIE Model.The ADDIE Model (http://www.instructionaldesign.org/models/addie.html)

. Use the specific instructions below for the parameters/scope of each step this assignment (do not use the book for paramenters/scope).

Start on the design of a brand new unit that spans 5-10 days.

Download the sample paper Word document and review the structure and formatting of the paper. You may use this sample document as the starting point for your own paper.

Write a 6 page description of the instructional unit with the following sections.

Know the Learners: Summarize the characteristics of the learners for whom you are creating the lesson. In particular, include the following information:

age / grade level

demographic / cultural / language backgrounds

incoming skills and knowledge base

diversity of student learner characteristics

other student factors that influence how you design activities for your students.

Articulate Objectives: State the behaviors you expect your students to be able to demonstrate at the conclusion of the unit.

Be sure to connect your objectives to any relevant state standards. Include the standards in the text of your document.

Use the “stem / target / performance / assessment method / criterion for success” structure described in the book for all your objectives.

Identify Teaching and Learning Strategies: Given the above student learning objectives, describe the specific design strategies or specific theories you plan to use.

First, explain why you thought this strategy/theory/model might be appropriate for your unit.

Second, describe this strategy/theory/model in general. (Cite your information sources in the body of your paper, and include in the list of references.)

Third, explain how you will be implementing each of the steps (or elements) of the design strategy/theory/model in your specific lesson for your chosen topic.

Identify and Select Technologies: Given the strategies/theories selected, identify the main technology tool (or tools) that will be needed in this unit.

List the key technology tool(s).

Describe how the technology tool(s) will be used in your unit.

Explain the “value added” by the key technology tool(s). How does it make the unit more effective?

Attached Files example sample for the assignment

 
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