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he personal writing assessment should be about 500 words. Format this APA style.

he personal writing assessment should be about 500 words. Format this APA style. I will look for the following in your assessment: A thesis (choose three things to discuss), grammar, paragraphing (paragraphs should be even and full), detail, and focus (don’t shift focus mid paragraph). Please try to format this correctly as well.
Must be in APA format with a title page.
What follows below gives you some idea of what I would like to see in your paper; however, you do not need to include the answers to all of the below questions.
In the first part of your assessment, give your instructor a complete picture of how you go about writing. Describe the process you normally go through, using examples from recent writing experiences. Address questions such as the following:
Mechanical procedures: When and where do you like to do your writing? Do you compose your publishs by hand, by typewriter, or by word processor? If by hand, what kind of paper and pens do you use for your publishs? Subsequent publishs? Do you single-space or double-space your early publishs? One side of the page or two? If you handwrite, do you write large or small? Big margins or little margins? Do you write rapidly or slowly? Do you use the same procedures for second and later publishs? If you use a word processor, do you compose directly at the terminal or do you write out a publish and then type it in? Do you revise at the terminal or make changes on hard copy?
Mental procedures: Do you procrastinate when you need to write? Do you suffer writer’s block of anxiety? Do you write a paper the night before it is due or spread your writing time out over several days? Do you normally do exploratory writing such as free writing and idea mapping? Do you organize your ideas before publishing or publish first and then organize? How many publishs do you typically make? What kinds of changes do you typically make as you revise? Do you discuss your ideas with friends before you write or between publishs? Do you exchange publishs with friends?
Writing preferences: Do you like to write? What kind of writing do you most like to do? Least like to do? Do you like to choose your own topics or have the teacher choose topics for you? Do you like open-ended assignments or assignments with clear guidelines and constraints? How much time are you willing to put into a paper?
In the second part of your writing, analyze your strengths and weaknesses as a writer. Address questions such as these:
Strengths and weaknesses in final products: What have you been praised for or criticized for in the past as a writer? How consistent are you in coming up with good ideas for your papers? In general, do you have trouble organizing your papers or is organization a strength? Are your sentences usually clear and grammatically correct? Do you have trouble with punctuation? Are you a good speller?
Strengths and weaknesses in writing process: How does your writing process compare with the typical writing processes of experienced writers as described in this chapter? If you were to improve your writing process, what would you work on most?
These questions are meant to be representative only. You do not have to respond to ALL of them! Use them as suggestions for the kinds of information your instructor needs to get to know you as a writer

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he personal writing assessment should be about 500 words. Format this APA style.

he personal writing assessment should be about 500 words. Format this APA style. I will look for the following in your assessment: A thesis (choose three things to discuss), grammar, paragraphing (paragraphs should be even and full), detail, and focus (don’t shift focus mid paragraph). Please try to format this correctly as well.
Must be in APA format with a title page.
What follows below gives you some idea of what I would like to see in your paper; however, you do not need to include the answers to all of the below questions.
In the first part of your assessment, give your instructor a complete picture of how you go about writing. Describe the process you normally go through, using examples from recent writing experiences. Address questions such as the following:
Mechanical procedures: When and where do you like to do your writing? Do you compose your drafts by hand, by typewriter, or by word processor? If by hand, what kind of paper and pens do you use for your drafts? Subsequent drafts? Do you single-space or double-space your early drafts? One side of the page or two? If you handwrite, do you write large or small? Big margins or little margins? Do you write rapidly or slowly? Do you use the same procedures for second and later drafts? If you use a word processor, do you compose directly at the terminal or do you write out a draft and then type it in? Do you revise at the terminal or make changes on hard copy?
Mental procedures: Do you procrastinate when you need to write? Do you suffer writer’s block of anxiety? Do you write a paper the night before it is due or spread your writing time out over several days? Do you normally do exploratory writing such as free writing and idea mapping? Do you organize your ideas before drafting or draft first and then organize? How many drafts do you typically make? What kinds of changes do you typically make as you revise? Do you discuss your ideas with friends before you write or between drafts? Do you exchange drafts with friends?
Writing preferences: Do you like to write? What kind of writing do you most like to do? Least like to do? Do you like to choose your own topics or have the teacher choose topics for you? Do you like open-ended assignments or assignments with clear guidelines and constraints? How much time are you willing to put into a paper?
In the second part of your writing, analyze your strengths and weaknesses as a writer. Address questions such as these:
Strengths and weaknesses in final products: What have you been praised for or criticized for in the past as a writer? How consistent are you in coming up with good ideas for your papers? In general, do you have trouble organizing your papers or is organization a strength? Are your sentences usually clear and grammatically correct? Do you have trouble with punctuation? Are you a good speller?
Strengths and weaknesses in writing process: How does your writing process compare with the typical writing processes of experienced writers as described in this chapter? If you were to improve your writing process, what would you work on most?
These questions are meant to be representative only. You do not have to respond to ALL of them! Use them as suggestions for the kinds of information your instructor needs to get to know you as a writer

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Overview This paper will be 1,000-1,500 words in length (approx. 4–6 pages), wit

Overview
This paper will be 1,000-1,500 words in length (approx. 4–6 pages), with at least 4 high quality peer-reviewed sources. The Ahmed (2019), and Bartlett (2013) course textbooks are required sources.

Instructions
The student should read the weekly assigned chapters in Ahmed, and Bartlett. Then answer the question being posed as a Christian leader with critical reflection of the topic, supported by in-text citations and examples. This paper is focused on the development of students as Christian leaders in organizations. Another objective of this paper is to provide students with integration of theory and concepts presented in the course in terms of application of faith-based principles.

Faith Integration Paper: Wisdom in Business Analytics – As a Christian leader is it important to gain wisdom related to business analytics?

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Critique of Mosque Typology. You need to read Nader Adarlan’s mosque typology es

Critique of Mosque Typology.
You need to read Nader Adarlan’s mosque typology essay and write a critical response to the article.
Writing a Critique
1- describe: give the reader a sense of the writer’s overall purpose and intent.
2- analyze: examine how the structure and language of the text convey its meaning.
3- interpret: state the significance or importance of each part of the text.
4- assess: make a judgment of the work’s worth or value
(Don’t use the first point of view (I), please follow all instructions, you can use another source to prove a point or make a statement of something)
You will need to write a careful analytical critique of the essay. PLEASE do not describe and do not summarize.
How to write a reflection: https://essaypro.com/blog/reflection-paperLinks to an external site.
The Rubric will be used to grade this reflection/Critique

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Critique of Mosque Typology. You need to read Nader Adarlan’s mosque typology es

Critique of Mosque Typology.
You need to read Nader Adarlan’s mosque typology essay and write a critical response to the article.
Writing a Critique
1- describe: give the reader a sense of the writer’s overall purpose and intent.
2- analyze: examine how the structure and language of the text convey its meaning.
3- interpret: state the significance or importance of each part of the text.
4- assess: make a judgment of the work’s worth or value
(Don’t use the first point of view (I), please follow all instructions, you can use another source to prove a point or make a statement of something)
You will need to write a careful analytical critique of the essay. PLEASE do not describe and do not summarize.
How to write a reflection: https://essaypro.com/blog/reflection-paperLinks to an external site.
The Rubric will be used to grade this reflection/Critique

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JUST A LITTLE SIDE NOTES ABOUT ME: PLEASE write/create the assignment to sound a

JUST A LITTLE SIDE NOTES ABOUT ME: PLEASE write/create the assignment to sound as you are ME and, from my perspective as a Christian woman with a Christian worldview and beliefs in a Christian school. Please keep in mind that I have a 4.0 and need assignments that resemble that for my university. Thank you for your help, your urgency would be greatly appreciated…………………………. This is for my class called Statistics from a Christian Worldview Perspective. PLEASE FOLLOW EVERY DETAIL as this is expensive and NO PLAGIARISM as I do run it through multiple sources for plagiarism and grammar. MY PROFESSOR SAID: “This discussion will help you choose and articulate a topic for more in-depth investigation. Drawing only from the categories covered in this week’s material, you will clearly describe a theological question or topic for investigation that is significant for your life and ministry. You will share your previous knowledge and conceptions on this topic and the reason it is relevant for you. You will help one another to clarify exactly what is being investigated, and to brainstorm contexts in which this question can be applied.”
ASSIGNMENT INSTRUCTIONS INSTRUCTIONS INSTRUCTIONS INSTRUCTIONS INSTRUCTIONS: Read Grudem pp. 229-465. and watch each of these links. Link one: http://www.bradcopp.com/THE251/Christology.php Link two: http://www.bradcopp.com/THE251/Soteriology1.php Link three: http://www.bradcopp.com/THE251/Pneumatology.php Link four: http://www.bradcopp.com/THE251/Ecclesiology.php Link five: http://www.bradcopp.com/THE251/Eschatology.php From this week’s course material, choose one specific question or subtopic to explore further. Make sure your topic is small enough in scope to be covered within the limits of this week.
Prepare to discuss your chosen topic of investigation and why you have chosen it. Address the following points:
The specific topic or question, written with enough clarity and detail so it is clear exactly what you will be researching.
Your reason for choosing this question and your prior knowledge of this issue.
What you hope to learn by examining this topic.
The ways the answer to your question will apply in your life and ministry. {Book included in attached files}

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JUST A LITTLE SIDE NOTES ABOUT ME: PLEASE write/create the assignment to sound a

JUST A LITTLE SIDE NOTES ABOUT ME: PLEASE write/create the assignment to sound as you are ME and, from my perspective as a Christian woman with a Christian worldview and beliefs in a Christian school. Please keep in mind that I have a 4.0 and need assignments that resemble that for my university. Thank you for your help, your urgency would be greatly appreciated…………………………. This is for my class called Statistics from a Christian Worldview Perspective. PLEASE FOLLOW EVERY DETAIL as this is expensive and NO PLAGIARISM as I do run it through multiple sources for plagiarism and grammar. MY PROFESSOR SAID: “In this project, you will consider appropriate application for your chosen theological question or topic, which you articulated in the previous activity (Assignment 5b: Continued Topic Investigation Discussion). In this PowerPoint presentation, you will focus on the biblical and theological data enough to give solid grounding to your application but concentrate primarily on how this doctrine will impact your life and ministry. Demonstrate the relevance and impact of a sound biblical conclusion on this issue through this intentional process and clearly communicate your findings. ”
ASSIGNMENT INSTRUCTIONS INSTRUCTIONS INSTRUCTIONS INSTRUCTIONS INSTRUCTIONS: Read relevant biblical passages and any helpful secondary theological resources.
Examine the relevant application contexts in which this doctrine can be applied.
Develop an 8-10 slide presentation that addresses the following points.
Give the question or topic of investigation.
Survey biblical teaching that is relevant for this topic.
Summarize and communicate your findings and the answer it gives to your question.
Describe in detail how the biblical teaching will be applied in your own life and ministry.{Book included in attached files}

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Create twenty multiple choice questions based on chapters 1, 2, 3, 19, and, if y

Create twenty multiple choice questions based on chapters 1, 2, 3, 19, and, if you wish, 4. Strive to have at least 4 or 5 questions per chapter. Questions should demonstrate that you understand the information by creating questions that demand more than simple recall of information. Questions must be your own original questions and alternative choices for the M/C questions are logical and close enough to be challenging.
Each question must have four options for answers: the correct answer and three appropriate wrong answers.
You must include the chapter and section heading for where you find the questions and answers.
Please clearly label the correct answer (I prefer yellow highlighting, but just ensure I can find it easily).
Use Times New Roman or other easy to read font.
Submit a single Word or PDF file for each assignment.

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After reviewing the topics on Jedism: Star Wars religion, Satanism, and Trang Ng

After reviewing the topics on Jedism: Star Wars religion, Satanism, and Trang Nguyen’s discussion of Cao Dai in the textbook, pick one and explain whether or not it is a religion. Please use all three definitions below to defend your answer.
Option A: “Religion is human transformation in response to perceived ultimacy.” (Young, The World’s Religions eText, Fourth Edition)
Option B: “Religion is 1: the service and worship of God or the supernatural; and 2: commitment or devotion to religious faith or observance.” (Religion as defined by Merriam-Webster.com)
Option C: “Religion literally means: “to link back.” The word is related to ligaments, the connective tissue of the body. So, by definition, religions need to “link” to something…a founder, usually, or a form of religious writing but something that links them “back” to something else.” (John, Lecture Materials)

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Joe is very faithful and forthright in his beliefs. He holds that all things com

Joe is very faithful and forthright in his beliefs. He holds that all things come from the volcano he has named “Ed.” Every so often Ed erupts and changes things. Joe feels that these eruptions are normal and bring balance to the world. He believes that balance is lost when people expect Ed to erupt more often or less often than Ed desires. Joe believes that we can become one with Ed after our lives end by tossing our bodies into the lava. This will help keep things in balance. Joe is the only believer.
Choose ONE of the following options for definitions of religion and determine whether or not Joe follows a religion. In addition, point out, from the definition you chose, what is missing if Joe does NOT follow a religion. Finally, what would it take for Joe’s beliefs to be a World Religion?
Option A: “Religion is human transformation in response to perceived ultimacy.” (Young, The World’s Religions eText, Fourth Edition)
Option B: “Religion is 1: the service and worship of God or the supernatural; and 2: commitment or devotion to religious faith or observance.” (Religion as defined by Merriam-Webster.com)
Option C: “Religion literally means: “to link back.” The word is related to ligaments, the connective tissue of the body. So, by definition, religions need to “link” to something…a founder, usually, or a form of religious writing but something that links them “back” to something else.” (John, Lecture Materials)