Richard M. McBrien, “What Theology Is and Is Not” in America, June 5, 1996.

write a one page reflection

studies in catholic theology

1.Stephen T. Rehrauer, C.Ss.R., “Introduction” and “All Christians Are Called to be Theologians” in Theology for Today’s Catholic, pages 5-14.

2.Richard M. McBrien, “What Theology Is and Is Not” in America, June 5, 1996.

3.Kathleen Fischer and Thomas Hart, “The Riddle of Existence” in Christian Foundations (Revised), pages 5-11.

4. John Sexton, Thomas Oliphant, and Peter J. Schwartz, “The Knothole Gang” in Baseball as a Road to God: Seeing Beyond the Game, pages 1-16.

5. Josh Jeter, “Christian Wiman Discusses Faith as He Leaves World’s Top Poetry Magazine,” in Christianity Today, December 7, 2012

one page paper

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Responsibilities of the Cinematographe

1.Responsibilities of the Cinematographer

2.History of Cinematography

3.Digital Concepts

4.Composition and Framing

5.Camera Movement

6.Exposure: F-stop, Shutter, ISO

7.Optics, Lens Aesthetics, and Depth of Field

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After this weeks readings and your own research, describe and discuss ways, if any, we can safely share security data.

After this weeks readings and your own research, describe and discuss ways, if any, we can safely share security data.Are there precautions we can take, technical solutions we can use, e.g., like using the CIA triad, or should we just not share these kinds of data? Feel free to argue for and against, just make sure to back up your statements with scholarly support.

Please make your initial post and two response posts substantive. A substantive post will do at least TWO of the following:

  • Ask an interesting, thoughtful question pertaining to the topic
  • Answer a question (in detail) posted by another student or the instructor
  • Provide extensive additional information on the topic
  • Explain, define, or analyze the topic in detail
  • Share an applicable personal experience
  • Provide an outside source (for example, an article from the UC Library) that applies to the topic, along with additional information about the topic or the source (please cite properly in APA 7)
  • Make an argument concerning the topic.

At least one scholarly source should be used in the initial discussion thread. Be sure to use information from your readings and other sources from the UC Library. Use proper citations and references in your post.

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Connors, “The Rise of Technical Writing Instruction in America,” 3-19

Connors, “The Rise of Technical Writing Instruction in America,” 3-19

Rutter, “History, Rhetoric, and Humanism…” 20-34

Durack, “Gender, Technology, and the History of Technical

Communication,” 35-46

Annotated Bibliography #1 Due

Boettger and Friess. (2020)/ “Content and Authorship Patterns in Technical Communication Journals (1996–2017): A Quantitative Content Analysis,” Technical Communication 67.3

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Deborah Bosley’s “Demand to Understand: How Plain Language Makes Life Simpler”

Weekly Discussion:

Read: Markel’s “Chapter 1: Introduction to Technical Communication

Read: Kimble’s “Part 1: A Personal Story” and “Part 2: The Elements of Plain Language” in Writing for Dollars, pages 1-4 and 5-11, respectively.

Read: Faigley’s “Nonacademic Writing: The Social Perspective”

Read: Chueng’s “Plain Language to Minimize Cognitive Load: Social Justice Perspective”

Watch:

  • Deborah Bosley’s “Demand to Understand: How Plain Language Makes Life Simpler”
  • Sandra Fisher-Martin’s “The Right to Understand”

Demand to Understand: How Plain Language Makes Life Simpler | Deborah Bosley | TEDxCharlotte | 2015

Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OXcLwlZOE1s

The Right to Understand | Sandra Fisher-Martins | 2011

Video: https://www.ted.com/talks/sandra_fisher_martins_the_right_to_understand?language=en#t-2347

Read: Kimble’s “Part 1: A Personal Story” and “Part 2: The Elements of Plain Language” in Writing for Dollars, pages 1-4 and 5-11, respectively.

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Do you have a favorite book, magazine or online source? Why do you like it?

1)  What role does reading play in your life?  Do you like to read?

2)  What types of things/topics do you like to read about?

3)  Do you have a favorite book, magazine or online source?  Why do you like it?

 
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Communication is important to your career

APA format

  1. Communication is important to your career
  2. Communication is important to your company
  3. What makes business communication effective
  4. Communicating as a professional
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This activity helps you practice questioning by offering examples of the kinds of questions you might ask yourself before, during, and after reading.

Week 1 Reading Notebook

Questioning Activity

 

This activity helps you practice questioning by offering examples of the kinds of questions you might ask yourself before, during, and after reading. It also allows you to create your own questions for reading. You will practice answering these questions using a reading passage. It is recommended you have the reading passage open on your computer or printed out for you to refer to as you work on this notebook.

 

BEFORE YOU READ

STEP ONE, PreviewThis reading passage is about the Harry Potter book series. Preview the text by skimming the introduction and conclusion below to identify the main idea. Remember, you are just skimming in this step, not reading the entire passage.

 

Introduction

 

Harry   Potter (1997-2007)

A seven-book fantasy   series by J. K. (Joanne) Rowling (1965–), which has a credible claim to be   the most successful children’s book series of all time. Formally   conventional, but well plotted and richly imagined, it has been criticized in   some quarters for derivative content and lacklustre prose, while also   credited with turning millions of children on to the pleasures of   reading—though the books’ enthusiastic readers and champions massively,   vastly outnumber their handful of critics.

 

Conclusion

 

J. K. Rowling has also written a number of short books associated with   Harry’s world: Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (2001), Quidditch   through the Ages (2001), and The Tales of Beedle the Bard (2008), the sales   for all of these benefiting charities that Rowling supports. After a long   development period, 2012 saw the full public launch of ‘Pottermore’, an   official website with unpublished material, downloadable e-books, etc. The   first fully illustrated editions of the original series were announced in   2013 (with publication scheduled for 2015), with Jim Kay was selected to   produce the first fully illustrated editions of the series, with book one   appearing in 2015. Characters from Harry Potter’s world returned in 2016 in a   spectacular London stage show, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child (co-written   by Jack Thorne (in collaboration with Rowling)), set nineteen years after the   end of the main series.

Source: Oxford Companion to Children’s Literature   (2015)

STEP TWO, Stop and Think: Stop and answer these questions before reading the entire passage.

1. What do you already know about this text?

2. What are you hoping to learn from reading this text?

3. What feelings or biases do you have toward this text?

4. Write down one or more additional questions that you would like to ask before reading the text and answer them below. (Tip: Questions to ask before reading can address what you know or want to know about the topic, how you feel about the topic, what you think the text is about based on your preconceptions, and what your purpose is for reading the text).

 

WHILE YOU READ

STEP THREE, ReadNow, read the full text and while you read through the text, complete the following activities.

Activity 1: As you read, ask yourself questions to clarify meaning. Begin your questions with who, what, when, where, or how. For example, “How many copies of Harry Potter books have been sold?” Normally, you would write these questions in the margins or in a notebook. For this activity, write down at least one of your questions and answers below.

Activity 2: As you read, monitor your thoughts about and understanding of what you are reading by creating “statements” like “I think,” “I like,” “I agree,” “I don’t understand,” and “I was confused by.” For example, “I don’t understand why these books would cause controversy.” Normally, you would write these statements in the margins or in a notebook. For this activity, write down at least one of your statements below.

STEP FOUR, Review and Reflect: Review the text and complete these statements after reading the passage.

1. After reading the passage, I learned…

2. Something I already knew is ….

3. This passage reminds me of…

4. I was confused by…. (this could be a word, phrase, piece of information, etc.)

5. A lingering question I have is …

6. Something more I would like to know is …

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read the following document and write a 750 word reflection

 read the following document and write a 750 word reflection

  1. Daniel L. Smith-Christopher, “Returning to the Sources: The Hebrew Bible,” in Thomas P. Raush, S.J. The College Student’s Introduction to Theology, pages 24-26 and 33-44
  2. Gregory C. Higgins, “The Dilemma of the bible: Was the World Really Created in Seven Days?” in Twelve Theological Dilemmas, pages 15-23
  3. Kathleen Fischer and Thomas Hart, “Images of God” in Christian Foundations (Revised), pages 31-45
  4.  The Catholic Study Bible: New American Bible: Genesis 1 1-2:4a and Genesis 2:4b- 3;24
  5.  The Catholic Study Bible: New American Bible: Isaiah 61
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