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Your task is to come up with reasonable accommodations for a person with a specific disability to attend the activity noted in your colleagues’ posts.

The objective of this discussion is to reflect on how organizations make accommodations for people with disabilities and are ADA-compliant.
Before beginning your assignment, review the following article:
What Is the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)?Links to an external site.
Before you begin your initial post, complete the following exercise:
Write a disability on a separate sheet of paper. You can use anything as an example: a visible disability (immobility, for example) or an invisible disability (such as Asperger’s).
Next, write out everything that comes to mind regarding stereotypes for this disability. If you can, also try to include some idea of how you came to know the stereotype(s). Movies, the news or other media, and personal experiences all count for this category.
Then, come up with some activities you have experienced in some of your workplaces, such as a general workshop of any kind, company picnic, or even something casually organized like getting together for a social event after work. You can base the event on either your current or past job, or on a story you’ve heard from someone else.
For your Initial Post, write a short, two- or three-paragraph reflection on the exercise above. You can write this out numerically (one-by-one) or in paragraph form. In your responses to colleagues, you will come up with reasonable accommodations for the disabilities noted in their posts. You will likely have to ask people several questions, and you might have to do a little research on the ADA site to help you with solutions. Your task is to come up with reasonable accommodations for a person with a specific disability to attend the activity noted in your colleagues’ posts. For example, if the event is to attend a football game and the assigned disability is blindness, you will need to outline accommodations for a blind person attending a football game.

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Enhance language or words to bring out the story and get rid of duplicated thoughts.

Please edit essay to ensure 250 or less word count, perfect grammer and that the essay follows the comedic intent and character of the original writer – my daughter. Enhance language or words to bring out the story and get rid of duplicated thoughts.

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For example, when an executive wants to execute change in the organization, what are best practices for communicating the need for change and helping everyone in the organization understand why the changes must occur.

How do executive-level decisions affect organizational change?
How should an executive cast vision for a major change? For example, when an executive wants to execute change in the organization, what are best practices for communicating the need for change and helping everyone in the organization understand why the changes must occur.

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We recruit freelancers to work as independent contractors for our clients.

We are a recruiting agency that is based in the United States. We recruit freelancers to work as independent contractors for our clients. We offer flexible hour work from home job opportunities on a 6 to 12 months contract.

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Your interpretation should be expressed in an argument that shows how your chosen photographs grapple with and work with the subject in order to give the viewer larger meanings, perspectives, and new ways of seeing.

Write a 1,250- to 1,500-word essay that advances an interpretation of a photographic series of your choice from the winners and shortlists of the World Photography Awards (2012-2022).
Your essay should demonstrate your close reading skills by explicating visual elements in a photographic series, explaining how particular choices within the photographs contribute to shape your understanding of the subject at hand. At its core, you should be able to answer the fundamental question of close reading: How does the presentation of the content inform and ultimately shape our understanding of it? (How does the way it’s being shown to us reveal something about the subject worth thinking about?)
Most series contain 6-8 photographs; while you can (and should) reference multiple, you should focus on 2-3 photographs to do a visual close reading and write about at length. The artist’s brief summary of the series can be found above the images which provides a basic level of context—so it is then up to you to uncover details within the series that contribute to a greater understanding.
Your interpretation should be expressed in an argument that shows how your chosen photographs grapple with and work with the subject in order to give the viewer larger meanings, perspectives, and new ways of seeing. Explain why we should see the choices made by the artist as strategic ones for addressing the content. • Unlike the Literacy Narrative in Unit 1, the Close Reading Essay must be written in standard academic English and should have a clearly articulated thesis. All body paragraphs should have strong topic sentences with clear transitions and close textual analyses. For general advice on writing the Close Reading Essay, consult the following entries in The Carolina Reader: the Student Guide to the Close Reading Essay, Mike Bunn’s “How to Read Like a Writer,” and Signs.
• For analyzing visual texts in particular, see Dan Monahan and Richard Barsam’s Looking at Movies as well as Jenae Cohn’s “Understanding Visual Rhetoric.”
• Your Close Reading Essay must be 1,250 to 1,500 words in MLA format. You may choose to bring in 1 or 2 outside sources for this assignment in order to provide context for your chosen series—but keep it brief and site your source according to MLA rules of formatting.

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Write a short and well-written paragraph convincing why you are eligible to take part in a “business intelligence” free seminar as a business student interested in finance and computer science.

write a short and well-written paragraph convincing why you are eligible to take part in a “business intelligence” free seminar as a business student interested in finance and computer science.

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Your essay must be written in a microsoft word document with times new roman size 12 font and a double space between lines.

Your essay must be written in a Microsoft Word document with Times New Roman size
12 font and a double space between lines.
My advice for length: your introduction should be 5-6 sentences, each body paragraph
should be 8-12 sentences and your conclusion should be 5-6 sentences.
And the topic is : We have spoken a lot about how education serves or harms students who do not fit into
what TED Talk Speaker Christy Hutton called “the normal bucket” (Hutton, 2016, 3:40).
How have you seen educational system serve students well? How have you seen them fail
students? What can be done to make sure all students are given the opportunity to
succeed in education?

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There are instructions to upload for word.

There are instructions to upload for Word.
Each:
1. Prompt #2: Words 200
2. Prompt #3: Words 200
PLEASE
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_No advanced word
_No British
_No plagiarism
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Notes: This assignment submission is my own words, original work

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How important do you feel this concept will play into your life?

Writing Assignment: Describe what Begin with the End in Mind means to you. How important do you feel this concept will play into your life? Give two examples how you have and are going to use this habit in your life. List five of your life goals and apply this habit to each one.

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Go to youtube and in the search bar type in stress: portrait of a killer and you should be able to find the 56:05 minute video if the link below does not work.

Watch the 56 minute video: Stress — Portrait of a Killer. Then write a minimum of 2 full pages summarizing what was presented. Make sure to cover all segments. Highlight what the most important findings/facts that were presented, some of the conclusions that were forwarded, and anything else that was of great interest to you. Go to YouTube and in the Search Bar type in Stress: Portrait of a Killer and you should be able to find the 56:05 minute video if the link below does not work.

This should be in your own opinion with the back up of one outside source as described. Absolutly no PLAGERISM.
Format = (1″ margins all around, double-spaced, left justification, page numbers in right hand corner, Arial, Calibri, or Times New Roman font, and 11 or 12 pt. font size).