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DNC 240 Art of Dance Performance Analysis Paper Guidelines   You are asked to write a three page dance analysis paper of your choice. This assignment can be completed in the following ways: You can attend a live professional dance concert, rent a DVD of a performance, or view dances online. You can choose any type of dance that interests you (i.e. ballet, African, Latin, modern, etc) but it must be a professional.....

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Audio Transcription


  Audio Transcription Continue to expand your transcription capabilities by transcribing five sentences from one of the audio clips below, each of which is an example of a famous piece of oratory, into the International Phonetic Alphabet. The goal of this assignment is not to transcribe the words as they would be in standard English orthography, but rather the sounds of these words and how we represent them with the International Phonetic Alphabet. * .....

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Articulation


Articulation  The way sounds are articulated is one major component of the study of phonetics and phonology. Understanding how sounds are produced helps teachers and speech therapists, among others, to correct problems in pronunciation. Review Figures 2.10.1 and 2.11.1 in the Clark, Yallop, and Fletcher text, and explore the interactive diagram illustrating the places of articulation on the Place of Articulation web page. Pick two regions of articulation, then demonstrate why the study of articulation is important by utilizing the articulatory concepts we have discussed thus far. For example, you might pick the alveolar region and describe how some individuals who speak with a lisp are often substituting the interdental [?] for the alveolar [t]; this knowledge can then be applied in the professional area of speech therapy. Why it is important to understand how sounds are produced? How can this knowledge be.....

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Good English, Bad English


Good English, Bad English  Many people have their own ideas of what is “correct” English. There are those who believe that one accent is superior to others. What is considered “good” English? Is there a correct and proper way to pronounce English? Is one accent “better” than another, or are they just different? How does a person’s accent or way of pronouncing words affect the way others perceive him/her due to prejudice or stereotyping? Provide clear examples from the media or from personal experience in your discussion to illustrate your opinions. Your initial post should be at least 250 words in length. Support your claims with examples from required material(s) and/or other scholarly resources, and properly cite any references. .....

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INSTRUCTIONS:   1.) Look at your final quiz. See which questions you got wrong and the correct answers 2.) FULLY explain why the correct answer is True or False. Use specific details from the passage to support your answers. In addition, you must include the following information about particular types of questions on the quiz. For questions about issue (Questions 2, 32)----Explain your answer in terms of the question/answer relationship between the issue and the conclusion. In other words, indicate the conclusion and show that the conclusion answers the issue question.   For questions about issue type (Questions 1, 31)---You MUST explain why the correct answer is hybrid, prescriptive, or descriptive by focusing on the main verb of the issue. What is the main verb and why does it indicate a hybrid, prescriptive or.....

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Redo........


INSTRUCTIONS:   1.) Look at your final quiz. See which questions you got wrong and the correct answers 2.) FULLY explain why the correct answer is True or False. Use specific details from the passage to support your answers. In addition, you must include the following information about particular types of questions on the quiz. For questions about issue (Questions 2, 32)----Explain your answer in terms of the question/answer relationship between the issue and the conclusion. In other words, indicate the conclusion and show that the conclusion answers the issue question.   For questions about issue type (Questions 1, 31)---You MUST explain why the correct answer is hybrid, prescriptive, or descriptive by focusing on the main verb of the issue. What is the main verb and why does it indicate a hybrid, prescriptive or descriptive issue?   .....

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critical thinking kvish


Ambiguity is often deliberately used in politics. Listen to a wonderful radio interview with political speech writer Frank Luntz on the program "Fresh Air." After listening to the interview, answer the following question: Do you believe that Luntz' use of words is honest or dishonest? Use SPECIFIC DETAILS from the interview to support your points. Your answer should be a minimum of 250 words. IF YOU DO NOT USE SPECIFIC DETAILS FROM THROUGHOUT THE INTERVIEW, YOU WILL GET NO POINTS. Name and save your document "Last name_Luntz." .....

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Crticial thinking self


CRIMES AND MISDEMEANORS---“ETHICS AND SELF” CRITICAL THINKING PROJECT                                                             PART II/FINAL   The purpose of this project is for you to critically think about and gain insight into yourself as a moral agent (an individual who makes moral choices). You will analyze yourself as a moral agent in the same way you analyzed the characters of _Crimes and Misdemeanors_ as moral agents. Being more aware of your own moral reasoning will empower you to make more intelligent moral decisions.   General instructions:   * Take the SAME ethical dilemma that you analyzed in the Part I/Midterm Self Analysis. * Answer the following questions about your.....

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Critical thinking analysis


nstructions: 1.) Click on the link "Finals passages." You will find two passages to analyze   2.) Read and analyze the passages for the following: a.) What is the issue, issue type, and conclusion? b.) What are ALL  the reasons? c.) Are there any descriptive assumptions (either linking or attached)? d.) Are there any fallacies? e.) Are any of the following types of evidence used: intuition, authority (organizations and individuals ONLY ), personal observation, personal testimonial, personal experience, case examples, samples, polls/surveys/questionnaires, and analogy? If so, is this evidence reliable?  f.) Is the argument causal? If so, are there rival causes? NOTE---To analyze the passages, you need various pieces of supplemental information: Passage 1--- 1.) Parenting.....

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Narrative Analysis


 Narrative Analysis. View one of the story retell videos available on the SALT Case Study Examples website. Transcribe the narrative (you can use a word processing program or download a trial version of the SALT software). Define a T-unit and C-unit and indicate after each utterance the number of T-units and Cunits contained in that utterance. List the story grammar elements that are present. Identify whether it is a singleor multiple-episode story and the structural pattern of the sequence(s). Examine whether and how any other cohesive devices are utilized. Lastly, calculate the mean length of utterance (MLU) for the sample. Describe how the narratives of children with language disorders may differ from their peers, and indicate whether your transcription demonstrates any of these qualities (you are not required to analyze your transcript with SALT software – this should be a qualitative analysis).   .....

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