1. Do not use any complicated sentence structure, grammar and vocabs 2. simple

1. Do not use any complicated sentence structure, grammar and vocabs 2. simple sentence is the best 3. logic is the most important 4. Good sentence structure is enough, not necessary has to be long and complicated. 5. Don’t make all of the answers too long or too short best answers will be fine. (Let… Continue reading 1. Do not use any complicated sentence structure, grammar and vocabs
2. simple

1. Do not use any complicated sentence structure, grammar and vocabs 2. simple

1. Do not use any complicated sentence structure, grammar and vocabs 2. simple sentence is the best 3. logic is the most important 4. Good sentence structure is enough, not necessary has to be long and complicated. 5. Don’t make all of the answers too long or too short best answers will be fine. (Let… Continue reading 1. Do not use any complicated sentence structure, grammar and vocabs
2. simple

Provide evidence of voting in the election on tuesday, nov. 8.

You can receive 5 points extra credit by doing one of the following: Provide evidence of voting in the election on Tuesday, Nov. 8. (A photo of you putting your ballot in the ballot box, a photo of your “I voted sticker,” or some other evidence.”) If you decided not to vote in this election,… Continue reading Provide evidence of voting in the election on tuesday, nov. 8.

The a-s-s-e-s-s-m-e-n-t will choose one scholarly social science article that is based on qualitative research.

The a-s-s-e-s-s-m-e-n-t will choose one scholarly social science article that is based on qualitative research. Please see the questions shown in the screenshot. I will send you all the info after being hired, eg PPTs, student access etc. Please send a publish in 12hrs -1 day time, day 2, and day 3 as well. +… Continue reading The a-s-s-e-s-s-m-e-n-t will
choose one scholarly social science article that is based on qualitative research.

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Informative speech with presentation slides on “electrical safety at home for children” General purpose: (i.e. to inform or to persuade) Specific Purpose: (to inform/ persuade my audience to…) Thesis Statement: (today I will inform/ attempt to persuade you about/ to…) Hook (attention getter) Credibility Statement (establish credibility/ curiosity/ need for your topic, connect the hook… Continue reading • example/ detail

Identify the relationship you chose and identify the stage it is in in the scene.

Start by watching this video on YouTube: Meet the Parents – meeting the parents scene [2:02] The scene is from the 2000 film Meet the Parents, when Greg meets his girlfriend Pam’s parents. Pam’s Mom, Dina, and her father, Jack, are also part of the scene. In the scene, we see a relationship between Greg… Continue reading Identify the relationship you chose and identify the stage it is in in the scene.

Did you feel like yourself or like a phony?

Using the information we discussed in class and the reading in Chapter 6 please answer the following questions: Identify three occasions in which you successfully used clothing to create a favorable impression. What techniques did you use? Did you feel like yourself or like a phony? Why? Remember to post an initial post and response… Continue reading Did you feel like yourself or like a phony?

Is there any evidence of the fundamental attribution error or self-serving bias in this conflict encounter?

Think of a recent conflict and how you explained the behavior that caused the conflict and subsequently formed impressions about the other person based on your perceptions. < <In short essay format, briefly describe the conflict situation and then identify internal and external attributions for your behavior and the behavior of the other person. Is… Continue reading Is there any evidence of the fundamental attribution error or self-serving bias in this conflict encounter?