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The way the future is heading seems to be very clear but as before things may change. The time to come will never reveal itself until it has actually been. From this point of view I will try to describe the way I see the future coming our way.One of the major aspects when discussing the future is how will the law be handled and how power will be dealt with. Will we be able to decide for us self what we want to do with our lives and will the right of every individual be respected, as written in the constitution. There is no way I could be forced to believe otherwise. Our society today is made to decide if every citizen in Denmark should have some sort of card that you used for multiple
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Article SummaryTo see the future of management and where the current trends are leading, look first to the past. Look at the foundations upon which management theory was built. Fayol, Taylor, Weber and MacGregor (Warner, 2003) each contributed to the field at critical times in recent history. The introduction and in some cases, subsequent discard of their individual and collective theories points to the idea that the future in this subject is wide open and extremely fast moving with new theories bumping off their predecessors rapidly. Exploring the future of the four functions of management will give us a view to the future of management theory as a whole.PlanningIn trying to visualize
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How many people in the world would donate their organs if it could help save the life of another? People die everyday waiting for someone to donate the matching organ. Imagine living a life day to day not knowing if there is a future. What if, instead of waiting for someone to die, for them to receive the organ, there were organs available when needed? Many individuals are living their lives of incurable diseases, while their family and friends watch helplessly. What if, instead of watching them helplessly, they can watch them grow stronger? Is it possible? Scientists say yes, but is there a price to pay? Stem cell research, with the proper funding, and available embryonic stem
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Reaching Out to America's Future Picture America fifty years from now. What differences do you see? I see some big changes and a few smaller changes. The major changes will be in security and there will be a few in laws and government. Huge changes will be made in technology as well.Despite these changes America's future will be similar to America today, because of how powerful our government is now. Although right now it is hard to say how powerful our government is with terrorism happening. It has been going on for over a month and it hasn't been stopped yet, and we don't even know who did it for sure. The people we think did it are hiding out and we can't find them. This is one reason
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is inevitable", and it cannot be stopped. All John did was post pone it. The world is then destroyed by the weapons that they built to protect them. I believe that the future portrayed in this film is definitely a techno-dystopia. I believe so because the machines that these people built were for military purposes and they believed that these machines were going to prove useful come war time. But the machines learned and began to think for themselves and ended up destroying the very creator of them all. The futuristic technologies that they had built included: flying aircrafts with certain objectives programmed in and actual robots which operated on their own with chain guns. This is a kind
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Company: AFFOREST FOR FUTURE
Category: Harnessing the Winds of Change award
The company AFFORREST FOR FUTURE (Afforest4future) merges environmental entrepreneurship and advanced AI technology to address a pressing and almost unspoken about global challenge - desertification. The UN states "12 million hectares of arable land are lost to drought and desertification annually, while 1.5 billion people are affected in over 100 countries. Halting land degradation has become an urgent global imperative"1. Afforest4future has developed patented technology that excavates sediment from the bottom of human-made lakes which is then spread across the desert, where the nutrient dense soil is created
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29 November 2018
Autonomous Trucks In The Future
The advent of automated driving technology hovers over our heads to transform the
trucking industry in the years to come. Transportation is a crucial element in the supply chain of
any business. Once 2018 came along, the trucking industry was suffering from many challenges
due to the lack of truck drivers, and accidents happening on older model trucks. Autonomous
technology, even though it's in a early stage, has been regarded as the savior to the trucking
industry. Autonomous trucks will be beneficial to society because they will improve safety and
help the economy dramatically.
In the future
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Honors English 2 Period 1
8 March 2019
Morality Through Individual Trials
In the Once and Future king part one, The Sword in the Stone, a fantasy novel written by
T.H. White it revolves around a future king of England. A boy named Wart, a pure and
wholesome boy living in England, undergoes transformations. Merlyn, an old magician who
lives backwards, transforms the Wart into different animals including a perch, a hawk, an ant, an
owl, a wild goose, and a badger. Through these transformations, Merlyn teaches the Wart about
life, political viewpoints, and the effects of war to help the Wart choose the type of king he wants
to become. Through
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crude fertility rate drastically dropped since women knew that giving birth would instantly kill both them and their children. The natural increase rate was becoming negative as people were dying and dying and dying.
The outbreak basically shut the whole world down – people couldn’t work, medical facilities were not effective enough, students could not be educated, and survival became a priority. All efforts of development and prosperity and evolution and progress during thousands of years were crashed because of what started as a minor outbreak.
Here we are, year 2117, trying to recover from this huge scar in history. The pandemic has started becoming extinct, as a (functional!) vaccine has been developed in order to tackle the issue. Ironic, right? However, it still is a problem that maybe a population explosion could fix. What’s going to happen in the future? Well, nobody knows… At least it can’t get worse, or can it?
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The Future of Space and Humanity
What will our future look like, specifically within a decade? The scientists are already talking about sending people to Mars, colonize, and grow population. Let me rephrase that, they’re not only talking, they’re already doing things about it such as researching and developing things that will help us, humans, survive on Mars like having food to eat, gardening on Mars, receiving air continuously, and using and recycling water without Earth’s help so we will be a new civilization on new planet.
We are already so advanced that we could just colonize and start new life on Mars within a decade, we don’t need to wait on technology anymore, and we already have
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Opening Sentence: (One sentence on the essay topic – time, place, context: where is the issue/what is the issue/when is/did it occur? Be SPECIFIC. Avoid broad sweeping statements such as “The whole world faces a crisis…” OR “Since the dawn of time…”.)
AI is prevalent in the IT field now and will continue to be so in the future.
Essential background information that the reader needs to get the CONTEXT/SIGNIFICANCE. Do NOT go into huge detail here. The body paragraphs are for detail and explanation.
Outline of Key Points: (Focus of each paragraph that will reinforce essay, refer to your research question for what you need to address. It is possible that this may
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citizens travel to Britain as immigrants, students and visitors, while British emigration to Commonwealth countries continues in reduced amounts.
However, British attempts to enter European Economic structures from the 1960s, reduced the importance to Britain of the organization. There is no longer the old sense of Commonwealth solidarity and purpose, and Britain has little in common with some Commonwealth nations. It is argued that unless member countries feel there are valid reasons for continuing an association which represents historical accident rather than common purpose, the long-term future of the Commonwealth must be in doubt.
A YouGov survey in 2009, commissioned by the Royal
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My Future in Sport
There are a number of reasons you don’t see as much sport being played by adults. Participation levels in sport decrease by 9.3% between the ages of 17-24, which is the age bracket in which most people graduate (The Heart Foundation, 2015). After people leave school, they may quit sport due to a lack of motivation, lack of time and a lack of opportunities to continue to play sports. Schools provide a number of opportunities for the students to access sport with ease; for example the students have the ability to join in sports that are based on their schedule, they have coaches, equipment and many more opportunities and enablers. But once they leave school it is a lot
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and wide base support”. (Allan Todd, 2011) Mao Zedong’s benevolent ideals were clear during his rise to power.
The benevolent Mao Zedong envisioned future for China that supported the “the worker-peasant alliance as it was a key factor and this needed to be embedded in the economic base itself”. The idea of utilising the peasant class to the economic revolution is also highlighted in Mao’s own speech that “As long as we keep to our style of plain living and hard struggle, we stand united as we persist in the people's democratic dictatorship…we shall be able to win speedy victory on the economic front.”(MDP, 2004) His need for the peasant class intended that his belief in that the main force
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Eng. 122 p. 5
February 28, 2018
Savulescu, Julian. “Doping Scandals, Rio and the Future of Human Enhancement.” Bioethics.
vol. 30, no. 5, Jun. 2016, pp. 300-305, Academic Search Premier, doi:
10.1111/bioe.12268. Accessed on 23 Feb. 2018.
Summary: In the article, “Doping scandals, Rio and the future of Human Enhancement”, by
Julian Savulescu, he explains how over history and even more recently the doping in sports has
spiked. He also discusses how athletes being caught using brings a lot of new drugs to public
attention. His final point is on how we can learn to better regulate drug use.
Analysis of Rhetoric: Savulescu uses
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rest of the world was not booming and becoming urbanized. I would imagine that in fact no one in un-industrialized places like imperial Africa was happy about the way life was headed.Another fact that could explain why the "scholars" of the nineteenth century had such lofty ideas of the future is the period of Romanticism and transcendentalism that surrounded them. The philosophers were active then and made advances like the flying car seem only a short century away. Inventions like communism, the automobile, and the wireless were just taking shape. Science fiction also took great strides and became a popular genre. Optimism and new ideas simply overflowed from this period.The article also
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English 30-1 Period 4
March 14, 2018
Embrace or Reject Uncertain Future
When we were young, we were told what to do. Individuals did not have a choice of what they want to do in the future but as individuals grow, they have the choice to decide what they want to do in the future. Individuals imagine things differently from others. How individuals imagine things affect individual’s willingness to embrace or refuse an uncertain future. The future and imagination can be a dream or a nightmare, individual’s imagination sets the success factor. Not all imagination affects an individual’s willingness to embrace the future because not all imaginations are real and can happen
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Why my vote matters
America’s future is envisioned as one occupied by technology, health advancements, potent
militarism and tactics. As global leaders discuss diplomacies and crises, who is bound to run the
country in its shining hour? Here, steps in the next generation, fulfilling the tasks that enable us
to work like a clock. This generation is learned, sage, and has an outlook for the preservation of
democracy and freedom. Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you the next generation of
Americans: my generation.
As we speak, thousands of youth are preparing themselves to serve their beloved country. The
students who embellish a zeal for science will soon discover new cures for troubling
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My goals for the future and how to achieve them
There are many goals in my life that I would love to achieve. I am only 16 years old so I can’t write as much as someone twice my age so to say, but I strictly know my high school goals, college goals, and personal goals. As a 16-year-old I have a lot already planned out so I will soon see how close I follow my goals. My first and most important high school goal I have is to finish school with a G.P.A. 3.6 or higher. I can not stress enough how important this goal is to me, for this goal will enable me to a higher possibility of getting into the college of my choice. And getting into the college of my choice will only help me be
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Fate vs. Free Will
The past, present, and future play a crucial role in the development of a character. In the tragedy, “Oedipus The King”, fate and free will are powerful keys to Oedipus’s future. Sophocles began in medias res. This focused on Oedipus’s choices as a character rather than the prophecies shown before. Oedipus was a tragic hero who begins with prosperity, however later this prosperity turns into poverty thus leading him to self-recognition. Oedipus the king discovers prophecies which impact his life heavily. However it was the choices he made that determined his future. Free will allowed Oedipus to explore his own choices. Although fate predetermined his future
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I do love my family. Dreams are shaped by ideals and families shape the beliefs we grasp so strongly. A passion for learning and an insatiable curiosity with many supports from people in the place called ‘home’ which have served me well throughout my academic career. Some day I want to save and change my life by it. Changes can be positive and radical in altering lives, I hope to get that ability one day. I seek the power to improve my life as well as the lives of others who gave the huge love for me.
I aspire to build the brighter future for the world, my family, as well as myself. My parents taught me the gratification of hard work, that promotes me always do my best in whatever I want
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on the currency for the future.
• How to protect your interest if invested in Lebanon.
Before the First World War, Lebanon and Syria were part of the Ottoman Empire and
the Turkish pound was the legal tender. After the fall of the Ottoman Empire (in 1918) the
currency became the Egyptian pound. After France took control over Lebanon and Syria, they
replaced the Egyptian pound with a new currency known as the Syrian pound for both Lebanon
and Syria. The Syrian pound was linked to the French franc at a value of 1 pound = 20 francs.
Under the French colonization, Lebanon
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The challenges and future of Virtual Reality
Virtual reality (VR) is a new technology by means of computer to control the audience's vision, tactile and hearing into a three-dimensional environment, and in this computer generated simulation environment, users would experience the feeling in the real world. And Heim (1993) also listed the main technology of content included sense of interaction and full-body immersion. In recent years, VR has quickly developed and entered people's field of vision. Especially in March 25, 2014, Facebook announced that it would spend $2 Billion in purchasing Oculus which is the leading company of VR (Luckerson, 2014). In addition, as a result of VR technology
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Student: Jan Jacob Meinen (S00243801)
Course: Digital Marketing – the connected space
Lecturer: Mrs Francesca Caflisch-Martin
Campus: North Sydney
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Digital Marketing in Contemporary Business Practises and Future Perspective
I hereby certify that I am the author of this document/paper. All the sources that I have used have been fully acknowledged and disclosed. Any data, ideas or words from other authors have been duly referenced.
Table of Content
Digital Marketing in Contemporary Business 3
Digital Marketing 3
Paid Digital Marketing 3
Owned Digital Marketing 4
Earned Digital Marketing 4
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November 6, 2018
The struggle for the supporters of the future
Oklahoma teacher, Amy Hardesty, forced by the need for better pay has to leave her husband, church, and friends behind in Norman, Oklahoma. She does this to travel 175 miles every week to teach at Wilma Fisher Elementary School in the Frisco Independent School District of North Texas. Her and her husband had to make this hard choice, so they could put their two sons through college, and afford to live their lives. The sad fact behind this is that Mrs. Hardesty received an immediate raise of thousands when she started over her educational career in another state. On average, there is
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After the United States won its goal of independence, Americans soon discovered the intense struggle to develop the area and its people into a united country. These struggling developments, which had overall outcomes of more failures than successes, brought about a sense of doubt and uncertainty in John Adams, a founding father who was actively involved in government. In the quotation "The Union is still to me an Object of as much Anxiety as ever Independence was" implies that although he has retired from his political life, he still has worry for the future existence and prosperity of the United States. The basis for his uncertainty, distress, and doubt may be the political, economic, and
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most people have trouble on computers and almost all of us don’t know the actual limit of computers’ abilities, how will us, normal people, work with all the robots and machines? Moreover, just like computers, robots and machines will easily break and most time you won’t know how to fix them and one will have to call someone to fix them. People will loose their temper over this and it will create a large expense to repair them.
Even as there are as many advantages and disadvantages of technology, I personally wish a more advanced world with great technologies. It would be so cool to work out all the complicated machines and robots. Don’t you think it will be awesome to press just a few complicated buttons than do the labor yourself? In the future it would be more about using your brain and being intelligent than doing the hard labor yourself. I hope these days come within my lifetime.
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miles away from home now, well within Earth’s telecommunication range. We transmitted a signal to notify of our arrival and waited for a response. Nothing. There were approximately 120 days left of our journey and the crew was getting nervous, as news spread quickly throughout the ship that we were not receiving any response from Earth. I called a meeting with Violet and a few of the survivors to discuss what the future has in store for us.
“We had twelve years’ worth of resources aboard that ship, there is no way that the people stuck on Earth would have survived.” One of the survivors spoke up. “I say we turn back now and start fresh on Iebos, that would be our safest bet.”
“No! We can’t
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technologies, we must proactively provide research, assessment, monitoring, and guidance, on a global level. Future progress in synthetic biology is likely to increase the risk and severity of pandemics from engineered pathogens. Historically, natural pandemics have been responsible for huge numbers of deaths. For example, we’ve recently seen the risks with Swine flu and Ebola, but they are far less in comparison to the Spanish flu which killed roughly 4% of the world’s population in 1918 to 1920. The influenza was the deadliest flu pandemic in modern history infecting an estimated 500 million people worldwide. That was about one-third of the earth’s population at the time and killed an
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Professor Mac Ilvaine
College Education: The Future for Financial Stability
According to Brandon King’s article entitled American Dream: Dead, Alive, or on Hold? (2011), Stephanie Owen and Elizabeth Sawhill’s article entitled Should Everyone Go to College? (2013), Charles Murray entitled Are Too Many going to College? (2008), college still has opening for the gifted. King, Owen, Sawhill, and Murray all agree that college is the best option; however, each author does not have a clear cut viewpoint on how to make sure all individuals have the same opportunities. Each author intends to inform their own respective readers on how to make the best choice when
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” material, it has
an almost unlimited number of applications – it
could potentially be used in composites, energy
production, telecommunications, electronics, and
It is a highly recyclable material with eco-friendly
methods of production (Kamali, 2016).
However, as with all nanoparticles, there is a
potential health hazard (Bradley, n.d) so it should be
carefully monitored and regulated in the future.
Figure 1. Diagram of graphene’s molecular
structure, with each carbon bonded to three
other carbon atoms. Source: https://www.graphene-info.com/graphene-
Berger, M. (2019). What is graphene? Retrieved from nanowerk:
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The OSI, or Open System Interconnection, model defines a networking framework for implementing protocols in seven layers. Control is passed from one layer to the next, starting at the application layer in one station, and proceeding to the bottom layer, over the channel to the next station and back up the hierarchy. The OSI model is not a real network architecture, because it does not really specify the services and protocols each layer should use. It rather describes what the layers must do. Nevertheless, the ISO has developed its own standards for each layer, and this independently of the OSI model, i.e. as does any manufacturer. Regarding its use and implementation, and in spite of an
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How the modernist skyscraper and how it metaphorically represents the future.
The time period I am choosing for this is 2007 to 2017 and I will be using computer games to back
my argument up on my points. I will be using Mirrors Edge Catalyst (2016), Shadow of Mordor (2014)
and Destiny (2014) as my examples as back up for what I will be talking about. I feel these games
have the strongest metaphors for their towers showing the future of the worlds they’re in. Now I
don’t feel like there is anything that I can quote these games on, its simply a matter of have you
played them or seen anything on them
So for starters I am going to talk about Mirrors Edge Catalyst, to make this clearer to get
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Article Review of “The Future of Microprocessors” by Olukotun and Hammond
“The Future of Microprocessors” provides insight on the development of powerful and superfast microprocessors and explains the various techniques utilized to enhance their speed. It highlights the current challenges faced by microprocessors and their future scope. The article begins with an insight on the factors that have improved the performance of the microprocessors of modern computers since their inventions, first factor being the improvement in the speed over time according to the Moore’s law and second being the increasing number of transistors on the
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, financial managers need to become greater risk takers." Leadership skills help financial managers achieve career success; Healthcare Financial Management; 54(4); (2000); by Kowalski, R.B., Campbell, M. W.In conclusion, do you think finance departments are the best place to train future CEOs, the industry-leading headhunters are in agreement to disagree on this point? "These days CEO selections are increasingly made on the assumption that finance is a more easily learned skill then science or engineering." By Ida PickerReference"Leadership skills help financial managers achieve career success" by Kowalski, R. B."How a CFO can Graduate to CEO" by Janine Brewis"Do CFOs really make good CEOs" by Ida Picker
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History 017A – Section 54076
Chapter two Quote.
If you were a colonist, you knew that your technology was superior to the Indians'. You knew that you were civilized, and they were savages...But your superior technology had proved insufficient to extract anything. The Indians, keeping to themselves, laughed at your superior methods and lived from the land more abundantly and with less labor than you did...And when your own people started deserting in order to live with them, it was too much...So you killed the Indians, tortured them, burned their villages, and burned their cornfields. It proved your superiority, in spite of your
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Tech 393 Technology in world civilization
May 2, 2019
Virtual reality, or VR for short, has become extremely popular in the past few years, though some may not know what that phrase even means. Virtual reality is essentially a computer generated “reality” that a person can experience through a special head mounted viewing device and other parts to interact with the alternate reality. This technology can simulate crazy climates and storms, transport to alternate dimensions, back in time, and even different planets. What we know as virtual reality can include video game and other simulations. However, when I was just a sprout what I knew as virtual reality was the
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Genetic engineering is also called genetic modification or GM. It involves modifying the genome of an organism by introducing a gene from another organism to result in a desired characteristic.
How has genetic engineering worked until now, and what are the limitations?
Generally it uses what’s known as a bacterial vector. In simple terms, you take the stretch of DNA you want to insert into an organism – say, for example, the DNA that makes a carrot produce vitamin A. You insert it into a bacterium, usually agrobacterium tumefaciens, and you introduce that bacterium into the organism you want to modify, say a rice plant. The bacterium acts as a delivery mechanism, inserting that stretch of
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Photos of the Great Depression
Photos of the Great Depression
American History II
Instructor John Cooney
The Great Depression started in 1929 after the crash of the stock market in October of that year. What sent Wall Street into a panic and wiped out investors lasted for ten years until 1939. Many companies closed and laid off workers, at its lowest point in 1933 around 15 million American workers were unemployed and half of the American banks have failed. This essay will describe the photos in the essay by Uta Bayer.
When looking at the photos in the essay the first thing that comes to mind are the faces. Not a single person has a smile on their face, the faces you see
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Although Australia is responding positively to the challenge of reconciliation, there is still more that we can do. Many conferences and meetings have taken place but we need to take action. Our current approach at reconciliation is practical and focuses on improving education, living standards and employment of the Indigenous rather than acknowledging their cultural identity. However this approach doesnt address the social and cultural damage that has occurred as a result of events like dispossession and the Stolen Generation.
A strategy that Australia can adopt to address the challenge of reconciliation, is to acknowledge the inherent right of self-government of Indigenous people
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MARCELLIN COLLEGE RANDWICK
YEAR 8 WORLD HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY 2018
ASSESSMENT TASK ONE
DATE OF TASK: Monday, Week 7, Term 1
TASK FORMAT: Research Task
4.3 Describes and assesses the motives and actions of past individuals and groups in the context of past societies
4.7 Identifies and describes different contexts, perspectives and interpretations of the past
4.8 Locates, selects and organises information from sources to develop an historical enquiry
4.10 Selects and uses appropriate oral, written, visual and digital forms to communicate about the past.
TASK DESCRIPTION: There are two compulsory parts.
PART A: Research-Based short responses. (10 marks
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December 12, 2018
Eye Opening Experience
Being a paraprofessional has opened my eyes to an unfamiliar perspective in being an educator. I have had the opportunity to work with Kindergarteners and work with 7th grade middle schoolers. In this essay I will take you through a journey and take you on what I have experienced as paraprofessional in five months and what difficulties I have stumble upon and how Education 2130 has helped me out. Learning how to work with students and how to work with teachers and staff to educate the students to the best of the ability that we can. I will also introduce some of my students that I have been
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Prompt: You've got a ticket in your hand -- Where will you go? What will you do? What will
happen when you get there? By: Mackinzie Hoskins
I have dreamed my whole life of going to Mayo Clinic. I know that sounds a little weird,
most people probably put somewhere in Europe or somewhere exotic, but I want to go to a
hospital in Rochester, Minnesota. When I was seven years old I was inside watching
documentaries on human anatomy. I was hooked, captivated by the complexity while normal
seven year olds were watching cartoons or playing outside. I am a very detail oriented person,
that is part of the reason why being a neurosurgeon fits me so well; the amount of focus,
planning, and details
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A Christmas Carol
The Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come of Charles Dickens’ ‘A Christmas Carol’ has the greatest
impact on the protagonist Ebenezer Scrooge. The shadows of the past, events of the present, and
possibilities of the future all influence Scrooge’s transformation. However, whilst they all have a
significant impact on him, they do not have the most impact on Scrooge’s change. The main
ghost that transformed him was the Ghost of Christmas Yet to come as he was the only ghost
which truly manipulated him to change his ways and become a kind, genuine man.
The other ghosts somewhat caused change, although they were all ineﬀective and had nothing to
do with Scrooges future. The Ghost of
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The shaping of future through the Past and Prsent of Nomi in "Obasan" by Joy KogawaThe scene in which Nomi and Obasan are in the attic is a significant metaphor as it relates three of the most important recurring themes through the entire novel. The fact that Nomi's life is solely based on a confrontation of her past and present childhood, and how her past and present will shape her entire future. While rumiging through the attic, they both stumble upon various objects, most interesting of which are the two spiders which confront and engage eachother. After pushing a box aside, there is a spider and as it is exposed "another spider of a different variety comes scuttling up" (Kogawa,24), the
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BMW has decided to only compete in the luxury car market, that is where the company has its competitive advantage, and this has limited the type of decisions that the company can make. BMW will have to continue to make cutting edge cars that the luxury market is expecting and if BMW fails in the luxury car market it has no other source of revenue.Luxury car consumers expect the best car at that moment and that means a successful luxury car maker must have the best of today's technology but at the same time developing the technology of the future. However, what the future technological advances in cars will be is difficult to predict and tomorrow's cars could be unrecognizable today. The
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For the extension, I read an empirical research article by Michael Rinat titled Self‐efficacy and future career expectations of at‐risk adolescents: The contribution of a tutoring program. The experiment was conducted in 2018 and aims to reinforce the importance of a mentor as a role model in the lives of at-risk students during adolescence. Specifically, researchers analyzed the role of tutoring and its impact on student’s self-efficacy and their future career expectations. The subjects consisted of 98 students being tutored and 147 college student tutors. Before the program began, each subject completed a questionnaire about self-efficacy, a
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FreshCo Pharmacy5931 Kalar RdNiagara Falls, ON L2H 0L4September 19, 2014Mrs. Deborah Patterson6199 Headlines DriveNiagara Falls, ON L2G 1J7Dear Mrs. Patterson:We appreciate you long-standing interest in continuing to come to our pharmacy. At FreshCo Pharmacy we value our patients.As you know, on September 15th, 2011 there was no notation of your son Joseph's allergy to penicillin. Because the notation not being there we dispensed the wrong medication. On behalf of our former employees we would like to apologize for the hardship caused by our error. We hope that Joseph On that day there was miscommunication on the employees part.We have set up a new training program for current and future
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down that hall, taking in as much as I can. I understand why I can't; to go back now would just spoil the memories. Nothing is ever the same twice, and if I were to go back now, I would notice things I didn't see or understand the first time, things that would taint the sweet memories.Ahead of me is a black ominous door. I don't want to go to it, but there is an overpowering force dragging me towards it. I don't know what it holds on the other side, and I'm not sure I want to know. I know it has to do with the future, my future, but with that future comes responsibility and uncertainty. I don't know if I can handle that. The scariest thing to me is the unknown, and the future, my future
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Mintzberg provides one of the best--albeit cynical--views of planning in American organizations. His cynicism may be well directed, however, in that he presents ample evidence that most organizations and organizational planners enter into planning with little understanding of the definitions and various purposes of planning.He provides a range--from broad to narrow--of definitions for planning, including; (1) planning is future thinking; (2) planning is controlling the future; (3) planning is decision making; (4) planning is integrated decision making; (5) planning is a formalized procedure to produce an articulated result, in the form of an integrated system of decisions.Within the fifth