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three short reports as one PDF file or alternatively as one Word (or similar) fi

three short reports as one PDF file or alternatively as one Word (or similar) file.
project described in the Assignment 1 scenario is now in the construction phase and the contracts for the project are:
• Access roads and associated infrastructure – NEC4 ECC Option C with secondary options X6, X7, X12, X16. The contract also contains key dates regarding access for the commencement of the warehouse and office construction.
• Warehouses – NEC4 ECC Option D with secondary options X5, X6, X7, X8, X12, X16, X17, X21.
• Office building– JCT SBC AQ.
Your company is providing the contract administrators for all three contracts, under a separate NEC4 Professional services contract.
The following events take place during the construction phase:
1. Unseasonably wet weather delays the access road construction, which in turn affects the commencement of the warehouses and office.
2. The supply of fabricated steel for the office building is delayed by 12 weeks.
A general project timeline is shown in the appendix.
Task
Write separate, and current, reports for the two events, in which you analyse the possible effects that the event will have on the delivery of the project.
Write a third report, after the events, to critically analyse the cost reporting and forecasting implications of these events together with an appraisal of the effect on the client’s financial accounting for the project.
Each report has equal word count.
Reference list
You should include a reference list with a minimum of 12 separate relevant and appropriate sources that you have written about and cited within your work.

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How would these authors define equality? What is the intended audience for each

How would these authors define equality? What is the intended audience for each story? Kurt Vonnegut’s “Harrison Bergeron” & Guy de Maupassant’s “The Necklace” – point to at least one source to support your points by including a small quote.
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Hello writer, basically it’s an employee evaluation form I recently start workin

Hello writer, basically it’s an employee evaluation form I recently start working in wellspace as a Medical assistant/front desk until now I work only at the front desk so these questions need to be done very professionally so they can hire me please write the question first and then the answer so I can understand.

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Allegations against a pharmacist UPD: Please see the attached document that yo

Allegations against a pharmacist
UPD:
Please see the attached document that you scanned at Toronto Public Library, Eglinton Square Branch

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Write about the benefits and challenges of adopting an academic ethos The opport

Write about the benefits and challenges
of adopting an academic ethos
The opportunity to cultivate an academic ethos can be exciting. It’s a
chance to expand your ways of interacting with the world and embrace
new possibilities. But it can also be daunting because it may feel
completely unlike the way you’re used to interacting with people and
texts. Many of us come from families and communities where most of our
family and friends see the world just as we do. Our home communities
aren’t necessarily open to new ways of thinking or may value individual
accomplishments more than collaborative achievements. As such, they
may seem incompatible with an academic ethos. Students sometimes
feel like they have to choose between their existing ethos and a new
academic one, but we believe both can coexist and benefit each other. The
perspectives you bring to college from your home community can provide
important and valuable contributions to discussions you’ll have with peers
and others at college who also bring their own perspectives that may be
very different from your own. Write a few paragraphs about developing your own academic ethos,
focusing on what is exciting and what is challenging about this process. In
your response, consider the key characteristics we discussed: being open
to new ideas and ways of thinking, collaborating, providing evidence, and
reflecting on and admitting your limitations.

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Make different Free writes does not matter the length of it just make 5 differen

Make different Free writes does not matter the length of it just make 5 different free writes on whatever topic. Ex. Music,Movies,Pop Culture, etc.

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Write an essay of 600 words. Use examples to support your arguments. Many peopl

Write an essay of 600 words. Use examples to support your arguments.
Many people are dedicated followers of fashion. How far are health and happiness dependent on image?

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Short Final Reflection Essay (1-2 pages, or longer if you like). Your final refl

Short Final Reflection Essay (1-2 pages, or longer if you like). Your final reflection should answer the following questions:
What are you proud of, and why? What do you want to improve, and why? What research/writing threads will you follow next semester, and why? (Be specific–cite particular readings, projects, or pieces of writing!)
What stands out to you about your classmates’ work this semester? What words of feedback on your Blackboard posts were useful to you? (Be specific–cite at least 2-3 of our many in-class presentations, Blackboard posts, and projects. Feel free to quote directly from others’ work.)
Share any final thoughts on the class / your work this semester.
Attached are screenshots of the work and replies that you can use to quote.

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Response prompt #2: BEGIN publishING YOUR LITERACY NARRATIVE Last week, we read s

Response prompt #2: BEGIN publishING YOUR LITERACY NARRATIVE
Last week, we read several sample literacy narratives for homework (via the Digital Archive of Literacy Narratives). Over the next couple weeks, you will compose a rough publish of your own literacy narrative. This does not have to be polished. Instead, it is meant to be an assignment that allows you to experiment with storytelling and multimodality (if you wish). You are also welcome to experiment with multilingual writing.
This narrative may be in whatever form you choose: narrative, photo-essay with captions, poetry, collage, cartoon, digital art, etc. It should be at least 500 words; there is no maximum word count. The only content requirement is that you tell a story related to your own literacy development (with literacy interpreted broadly!). In your last Blackboard post, many of you brainstormed a few different options for this project.
This week, please post a publish-in-progress. This can be an outline, a few paragraphs, a collection of images, a rough publish of a poem, etc., and will look different for everyone.
If you are unsure where to start, here are few prompts:
Narrate an early memory about reading, writing, language, learning, and/or struggling to learn that you recall vividly. Then explain why this event is significant to you now.
Describe someone who taught you a skill, and explain their significance in your life.
Identify a book, film, musical album, or other text and tell a story about how it shaped you.
Tell a story from your experience in school or another institutional/community setting, touching on the language/literacy practices you were exposed to there.
Describe a memento and explain how it represents an important moment in your reading/writing/learning/communicating.

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Essay Content Introduction•Begins with an effective hook•Overview of topic/websi

Essay Content Introduction•Begins with an effective hook•Overview of topic/website oProvides an introduction of CDC webpage on ADHDoDoes not contain an undue emphasis on ADHD or rhetoric in generaloIncludes a smooth transition to thesis statement •Thesis statementoMakes an evaluative claim regarding the CDC’s effectiveness in communication oFocuses on and presents the rhetorical appeals as subtopics: ethos, pathos, and logosBody Paragraphs Analysis of Appeals•Demonstrates a clear understanding of the rhetorical appeals, which may include a definition of each•Accurately identifies and provides relevant examples of each of the rhetorical appeals •Includes an evaluative statement regarding the effectiveness of each appeal Use of Evidence as Support•Each body paragraph contains research-based, cited information from scholarly sources•Each body paragraph contains at least one example from the CDC for each rhetorical appeal •Sources reflect an investigation of rhetoric, not ADHD •Direct quotes and paraphrasing are correctly citedOrganization•Presents the appeals in the same order as they appear in the thesis statement•Constructs one body paragraph for each rhetorical appeal (3 appeals/3 body paragraphs)•Constructs strong topic sentences: includes a transitional word/phrase, make reference to the main claim in the thesis, and presents the specific appeal addressed in the paragraphConclusion•The first sentence restates the thesis statement, conveying the main idea in the thesis with fresh wording•The conclusion effectively summarizes the content of the essay•The conclusion effectively brings closure to each of the main points •No new information is presented in the conclusion •Essay ends with an impactful statement