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This needs to be written in a general manner, it will be later edited towards a specific journal type.

This needs to be written in a general manner, It will be later edited towards a specific journal type.

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Write a poem about something in nature.

Rationale:
To help us develop the habits of professional writers, we will keep nature journals this semester.
Most writers keep journals, and nature writers tend to be especially obsessive journal writers. In their journals, nature writers “think on paper” about their observations of the natural world, reflect upon their experiences, and explore their ideas. Your nature journal is a way for you to play with ideas and to play with writing. Your journal is a place to make and find your own meaning. I hope that this playful work will turn into a personal quarry that you can mine for class discussion and essays.
Requirements:
Each week, you will be required to write a journal entry of about 1 page). Your journal topics might arise from your own nature observations, issues in sustainability, and ideas from the reading and class discussion; Journal Entries #4-#10, Journals are by their nature informal and personal. You can write in stream of consciousness and sentence fragments, if you wish. A journal is a place to explore ideas and experiment with writing. Issues of copyediting certainly apply in our major essays, but they are irrelevant, perhaps even counterproductive, in a journal. In other words, don’t worry about spelling, commas, sentence structure in your journals. Just think and express yourself on paper. Live in the moment on the paper.
Evaluation:
An A journal will have 10 full entries and consistently meets standards of high engagement, including vivid, detailed descriptions and imaginative treatment of ideas.
A B journal is generally detailed, thoughtful, and imaginative but may be missing 1-2 entries, or be somewhat brief and underdeveloped, and/or demonstrate occasional lapses in quality.
A C level journal shows some engagement but may be missing several entries, be overly brief and underdeveloped or be inconsistent in quality
A D level journal shows a lack of effort at serious engagement, whether in terms of missing, overly brief and/or undeveloped entries.
An F journal is either missing more than 4 entries and/or has too many problems to warrant a passing grade.
The evaluation is made of your final journal, taken as a whole portfolio. If, prior to that time, you wish me to look at any of your journal entries, possibly as the germ from which to develop a subsequent essay, I will be happy to do so.
Some Random Ideas to Use, Modify, or Reject for Journal Writing:
Respond to an idea from class discussion or reading. Annotating the readings is a great place to start.
Respond to a current issue in the news related to nature/sustainability—even if it doesn’t at first seem related to nature. After all, most issues do impact the natural world, but we have been trained to separate “nature” from our daily lives. In your journal, you can make connections, retrain your mind.
Observe and look closely at a leaf, a squirrel, a tree, a flower—whatever object or animal you can see outside. Describe it as carefully as possible; you could even sketch it.
Think about a way, either extreme or small, that you could reduce your ecological impact. How would it affect you and affect the planet? Could you give up driving? How is your idea realistic or unrealistic?
Try to copy the sentence patterns in different paragraphs of an essay that you liked. Put your own thoughts into someone else’s sentence structure. Or try to begin your own essay based upon another author’s organizational structure. Play with form and structure.
Go crazy with alliteration, metaphor, similes. Practice dialogue. Push flashbacks to the extreme. Write the longest sentence you can. Then write the shortest.
Write a poem about something in nature.
Walk in the woods, in the park, or just down the street and let your thoughts ramble as you ramble. Then ramble on about it in your journal.
Go to the grocery store, the mall, the cafeteria, the parking lot, the movie theater, the gym. Describe the people and places you see. How are these places and people connected and disconnected from the natural world?
In “Buckeye,” Scott Russell Sanders argues that we need art to give value to the natural world. What music, novels, poetry, articles, movies, or paintings have made you think about or appreciate the natural world in some way?
What’s the most beautiful (or ugly) natural area you have observed on campus? In Berea? In Ohio? What specifically makes it beautiful or ugly?
“All the thoughts of a turtle are turtle,” Emerson wrote in his journal. What does a turtle think? What do you think about what Emerson thinks about what turtles think?
If you had to choose a totemic animal that exemplifies you in some way, or for which you feel a special spiritual connection, or which you could envision as a spirit guide, which animal would it be, and why?
You can think of your own journal ideas that will be much better than my ideas.
Wash, rinse, repeat any of the above.
Choose a submission type

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How would the world have been

Should the US have dropped the atomic bombs on Japan? Was it necessary to
ensure Japan’s surrender? Was it moral? How would the World have been
different if the bombs had not been dropped?

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Explain why or why not in detail.

Directions:
Prepare a report for the mayor that states whether or not the people of Townsville should build a nuclear power plant. Explain why or why not in detail. Make sure you are able to
● Describe the advantages and disadvantages of nuclear power
● Form an informed opinion about whether the nuclear power plant should be used
Required Components:
● A clear position statement on whether Townsville should build a nuclear power plant
● Relevant, valid data justifying your position
● Specific recommendations on how to address the concerns of those who hold the opposite position to the one you choose; for example, if you think a nuclear power plant should not be built, you must provide specific recommendations on how Townsville should meet its increasing power needs
● Citations indicating where you got your data. You must include at least four sources. Do not cite as sources the characters you met in this lesson. Instead, use the sources for the data presented in the lesson.

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Submit your report as a word document.

For this project you will be writing a report about a volcano of your choice.
Your report should be written in Times New Roman font, double spaced, and at least 750 words in length.
Include your name, the assignment number and name, and the date on the first page.
Feel free to include articles, stories and pictures about your volcano. The articles, stories and pictures do not count in the 750 words, but will count as extra credit
if included. If you include a URL from the internet please insert it as a link.
Make sure you cite and reference any sources that you use, including the textbook.
Submit your report as a Word document.

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How did faraday fashion

please no plager3ism (sorry I add this to all my order)
Compare Michael Faraday’s experimental practice to other nineteenth-
century electricians such as William Sturgeon. How did Faraday fashion himself as the natural philosopher for the Victorian genteel classes? What was different about the way Faraday presented his experiments compared to other electricians like Sturgeon?
4 to 5 pages if possible. but 4 pages is good.

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Provide a clear and concise claim regarding your inquiry (1-2 sentences).

Background (5 pts)
Provide a brief summary of the issue.
Make sure to include background information about climate change.
Make sure to use at least one reference in APA format.
Claim (5 pts)
Provide a clear and concise claim regarding your inquiry (1-2 sentences). Your claim should address the guiding questions provided in the Powerpoint.
This claim should be developed from a review of all of the evidence.
Evidence (Results) (40 pts)
Support your claim with actual evidence.
Be sure that all evidence directly supports the claim and that enough information is provided to illustrate the relationship.
Assure that the quality and quantity of your evidence is high.
Include the graphs, tables, or other figures used to support your claim – make sure to label these clearly so the reader can easily find them to refer to.
Reasoning (Analysis & Conclusion) (40 pts)
Provide a clear and thorough justification for establishing the claim from the various evidence listed.
The justification needs to be logical and detailed.
Explain any anomalous or inconclusive data that does not support the claim.
Make sure to refer to all graphs and tables that help to support your claim.
Make sure to include at least one reference to support your reasoning. Must be different from the one in the background section (can use class Power point and course text).
References (5 pts)
You must use at least 2 references (No Wikipedia).
References are appropriately cited in the text using APA formatting.
A complete reference list is provided at the end of the paper using APA formatting.
All references are cited in the text of the paper.
Formatting and Grammar (5 pts)
Include title of the scientific explanation, your name, Q200 section, and date submitted at the top of the first page
Use 12pt., Times New Roman, 1-inch page margins, 1.5 spaced, and appropriate headings throughout.
Proofread your report to check for grammar, punctuation, and spelling errors prior to submission.

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Explain any anomalous or inconclusive data that does not support the claim.

Background (5 pts)
Provide a brief summary of the issue.
Make sure to include background information about climate change.
Make sure to use at least one reference in APA format.
Claim (5 pts)
Provide a clear and concise claim regarding your inquiry (1-2 sentences). Your claim should address the guiding questions provided in the Powerpoint.
This claim should be developed from a review of all of the evidence.
Evidence (Results) (40 pts)
Support your claim with actual evidence.
Be sure that all evidence directly supports the claim and that enough information is provided to illustrate the relationship.
Assure that the quality and quantity of your evidence is high.
Include the graphs, tables, or other figures used to support your claim – make sure to label these clearly so the reader can easily find them to refer to.
Reasoning (Analysis & Conclusion) (40 pts)
Provide a clear and thorough justification for establishing the claim from the various evidence listed.
The justification needs to be logical and detailed.
Explain any anomalous or inconclusive data that does not support the claim.
Make sure to refer to all graphs and tables that help to support your claim.
Make sure to include at least one reference to support your reasoning. Must be different from the one in the background section (can use class Power point and course text).
References (5 pts)
You must use at least 2 references (No Wikipedia).
References are appropriately cited in the text using APA formatting.
A complete reference list is provided at the end of the paper using APA formatting.
All references are cited in the text of the paper.
Formatting and Grammar (5 pts)
Include title of the scientific explanation, your name, Q200 section, and date submitted at the top of the first page
Use 12pt., Times New Roman, 1-inch page margins, 1.5 spaced, and appropriate headings throughout.
Proofread your report to check for grammar, punctuation, and spelling errors prior to submission.

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These points can include one or more of the following:

Short Writing Assignment 2-mexico
Prompt:In Module 4, you learned about coffee economics, marketing and the history of the International Coffee Agreement (ICA). The end of the ICA’s quota system, which determined the amount of coffee each member country could produce, was an important event in the history of the world’s coffee production. For this assignment, you will use class lectures and readings, along with outside research, to explain how the dissolution of the ICA’s quota system in 1989 has impacted your assigned country. Based on your research, you will write a brief report for the Ministry of Agriculture in your assigned country. For the purposes of the assignment, imagine that a new Minister of Agriculture is learning about coffee markets for the first time.
Your report should educate the new Minister and their deputies about one economic or social impact that the end of the ICA’s quota system had on the coffee sector in your assigned country. This impact could be related to total exports, yield, quality, land distribution, income for small producers, or something else, but you should identify one major economic or social impact, and explain it to Ministry officials in your paper. As part of your thesis, you must decide the two or three most important points that Ministry officials should understand about this impact. These points can include one or more of the following:
evidence for the impact;
the underlying causes for why the impact occurred;
the influence this impact has had on coffee production today.
These supporting points should be clear in your blueprint of reasons.

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8 reference need from books

It is more like research topic
8 pages with double space topic is
cambrian explosion
8 reference need from books
Next month on 10
I did not get the reference You can use any book as long it does cover the topic
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