You are to assume the role of a manager in the sport industry. You get to pick said role but must write-up 1-2 paragraphs explaining and justifying your choice. You then must come up with 5 separate risks and go through the risk assessment process with each of them. This includes:
– Developing a likelihood and impact matrix
– Assessing the likelihood and impact of each risk
– Determining your best strategy to cope with said risk (elimination, reduction, transfer, etc.)
– Creating policies and plans to carry out your risk coping strategy
– Summarizing your policies into one coherent plan
– Presenting this plan to your employees (your classmates).

You are to turn in a written report that includes your description and justification of your role (1 page max), you likelihood and impact matrix, a thorough description of each of your 5 risks, your assessment of each risk on your matrix, your strategies for coping with each risk, your policies to carry out the strategy for each risk, and your overall risk management plan.

“Write an essay (with introduction and conclusion) on the suggested topic.
Your introduction should include the thesis statement – main idea of the paper (here is more detailed explanation – https://essayshark.com/blog/how-to-write-a-thesis-statement-to-make-it-clear/). Don’t include any new information in the conclusion. It should  restate the thesis statement of the paper.
Support your ideas with relevant arguments and examples (in-text citations). List 2-3 sources in the references. Make sure you stick to a required formatting style. Get benefits of these sources citationmachine.net and easybib.com.
MLA format – https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/747/01/ https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/research_and_citation/mla_style/mla_formatting_and_style_guide/mla_in_text_citations_the_basics.html”

“Hence, it is necessary to start working on putting an end to racial profiling by constructing definitive solutions to this seemingly vague issue.” This is the thesis of my critique essay but you must make a thesis statement for the antithesis essay basically the opposite or a counterclaim.

For this essay you must:
*Must do an Antithesis version of this essay
*present at least two opposing claims to your thesis
*along with corresponding counterarguments for each
*page must 750 Words or more
*You may use sources, other than the one I provided

A 5-7 page paper on an approved topic, using Times New Roman, 12 pt. font.  Bibliography to include one primary source and five secondary sources.  No encyclopedias may be used as a source.  Footnotes and bibliography should be in accordance with Turabian, 8th edition.  Citation and bibliography examples are shown at:

http://www.press.uchicago.edu/books/turabian/turabian_citationguide.html

Read the second chapter of the great gatsby and read a common lit article call keeping up with the joneses and consider the conversation that takes place at time Buchanans party: how do theses conversations reflect the ideas presented in common lit article? Need to have four example from both stories and explain how they are connected. Has to be on paragraph and needs a topic sentence.

https://www.commonlit.org/en/texts/keeping-up-with-the-joneses

This essay draws on a variety of sources including opinion and commentary, as well as other sources, such as speeches, policy statements and public debates, to examine the case made for one side of the arguments in an ongoing public policy controversy.  You should have at least five (5) different sources of different types for the arguments you analyze, in addition to any references you have to support types of arguments or other argumentation concepts, to provide verification or refutation of factual claims and other types of data, or to provide background and context for the controversy you analyze, or any other necessary information.
This essay requires you to examine how different arguers contribute to the development of a side or a position on a public controversy.  A revision of this essay will be incorporated into the next essay, for which you will submit a formal draft and a revised final version. It will also require you to extend the analysis you begin here, add a similar analysis of the opposing side of the controversy, and identify which side presents the better case for their position.
If, for example, you are interested in the minimum wage debate, for this essay you might examine the arguments in favor of raising the minimum wage.  You would look for different groups, people, and other outlets that advocate raising the minimum wage.  You might look at a Washington Post editorial, a speech by Senator Bernie Sanders, a position statement from a labor union, and at least two other sources, and try to identify what you see as the pro-minimum wage postion, even though each one may advance different arguments. 
Then, for your final essay, you would revise this paper, include a similar analysis of the arguments advanced by opponents of raising the minimum wage, and explain which side you think makes a stronger case and why.
You should first establish the background and context for the controversy, including what current policies are, what changes have been proposed, and why the issue is controversial now.  In your analysis, you should pay close attention to the types of arguments used and to the reasoning and data used in those arguments.  You should also consider how arguments from different fields and contexts work together to establish an overall case for a particular policy position, even though they may proceed from different places.  Your analysis should be based on the theoretical concepts outlined in the textbook and in class. 
This essay allows you to incorporate any relevant ideas from your first two papers and to refine and extend your analysis of the use of evidence and reasoning in constructing public arguments.  You should also determine the extent to which the fields and/or spheres in which arguments are made influence the arguments.  You should review what the text and the class discussion has said about arguments as you look at the ways a policy controversy develops. 
 A revision of this paper should be incorporated into your final essay.
A note on drafts: Think of a draft of your essay as an early but complete version, which is carefully proofread and includes an accurate and correctly formatted list of references.
All papers should be typed, double-spaced, using standard -inch margins and a standard 12 point serif font (e.g. Times New Roman), using no extra spacing between paragraphs.  Papers are evaluated by word count, not page length.  Be sure to include a word count as a part of the heading or title page of each essay.  All papers should also follow MLA author/date (8th edition) or Chicago Manual endnote (16th edition) style for manuscript preparation and citation.
In evaluating this essay, I will pay particular attention to:
1The extent to which you thoroughly and accurately characterize the case being made by advocates of a policy position.
2The extent to which you analyze, rather than respond to, the arguments made in the sources you analyze.
3The extent to which you use concepts from the text, the readings and the lecture and discussion to analyze arguments.
4The extent to which you accurately and correctly cite your sources.
You should also review the general  Criteria for evaluating written work as you prepare your essay.

Watch Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry (Links to an external site.), and write a reflection along with some notes before March 24, Wednesday class. Please be advised there are few segments/interviews are in Chinese.

Reflection about the documentary (e.g. overall narrative, cinematography, etc.) (300 words):

Reflection about Ai’s work/practice and its relevance in Contemporary art/Postmodernism. (300 words):

Notes about specific scenes: (bullet-point with information of time frame and/or screenshots)

For each of the Executive Function Skills (there are three) (review video if you need to)

Please list two activities (one at home and one at school) that would grow a specific executive function skill.

Also, state why you feel this activity would grow that skill.

So you will have a total of eight activities and eight reasons why you feel that activity would grow that skill.

Please type it up and write it in a simple format that teachers and parents would understand.

You may need to do some research to get ideas.

1.    In A Domestic Dilemma by Carson McCullers, why must Martin confront his wifes drinking problem?  Give three reasons.  Put harmful effects of alcoholism on the family from (Two scholarly secondary sources are attached to quote from) . In the conclusion, give the THEME of the story.  Use Template instructions in attachments. 5 paragraphs. Introudctory paragraph and 3 supporting paragraphs must have 1-2 Quotes *(from the story):  and 1-2 quotes* (from secondary sources Which are both attached along with story) Conclusion paragraph must contain theme of story