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Introduction and Background on Tesla

Include the following content in this section.
THE CHOSEN COMPANY IS TESLA
Analyze your chosen companys current business and financial conditions and create a brief introduction to your company that includes the following.
The mission of the company
A descriptions of the companys current business operation, competitors, financial condition
General information that explains why the company interesting to you as an analyst.

The Introduction to and Background on the Company
Must be two to three double-spaced pages in length (not including title and references pages) and formatted according to APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center
(Links to an external site.)
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Must include a separate title page with the following:
Title
Students name
Course name and number
Instructors name
Date submitted
Must use at least two scholarly and/or industry sources.
The Scholarly, Peer Reviewed, and Other Credible Sources
(Links to an

Audre Lorde’s “Uses of Anger” and Brittney Cooper’s “The Problem with Sass

You are responding to Audre Lorde's "Uses of Anger" and Brittney Cooper's "The Problem with Sass." You may choose to reflect separately on something you found interesting, significant or controversial in each essay and explain why, or find a thread that connects both essays and explain how. Again, the journal is also a space for personal reflection so you are free to express your unfiltered opinions and to connect your experiences to the readings. Just be sure to also engage the essays in a meaningful (analytical) way.

Is Google Making Us Stupid?

For this assignment, you will consider what it means to analyze rhetorically in order to better understand the author intentions and effectiveness in a text. you will apply what youve learned about rhetorical contexts and appeals to the assigned reading.

Paper should address the following:
Ethos , Pathos & Logos

cyberterrorism

Everything is explained on the assignment sheet .
please you have to follow all the instruction on the assignment sheet and i have attached the rubric .
Also, i have two sources and you have to get at least one more .
the introduction must include the thesis .
each body paragraph must have information from two sources at least .
each body paragraph talk about one main idea .

first source
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second

Any topic (writer’s choice)

In thinking about writing as a process of self-discovery, we have explored questions related to "voice" and the politics of language. As we have discussed, "voice" is not just about what and how we write, but also about who we are: it is a way of seeing and being--the embodiment of the self on the page. Each essay we have read is, either explicitly or implicitly, a reflection on becoming attuned to one's voice as part of the process of self-discovery through writing. Your task in this essay is to explore (in 3-4 pages) what finding your voice means to you--of course, it is important to remember that finding your voice is an ongoing process rather than a terminal point or destination you arrive at. Using as an example one (or more) of the essays we have read, discuss what you have learned from the author about finding your voice. As with some of the authors we've read, you may include in your discussion conflicts you have experienced with language either in or outside educational settin

Malala yousafzai

paragraph 1 a hook then a thesis statement then 3 main idea's then a closing sentence. paragraph 2, 1 main idea from the intro the four details one detail is a quote the rest are paraphrased then cite after that give me a closing sentence
then do the same with paragraph's 3 and 4  .then the conclusion no quotes repeat the hook, 4 details about the Malala and a closing sentence

Malala yousafzai

paragraph 1 a hook then a thesis statement then 3 main idea's then a closing sentence. paragraph 2, 1 main idea from the intro the four details one detail is a quote the rest are paraphrased then cite after that give me a closing sentence
then do the same with paragraph's 3 and 4  .then the conclusion no quotes repeat the hook, 4 details about the Malala and a closing sentence

Malala yousafzai

paragraph 1 a hook then a thesis statement then 3 main idea's then a closing sentence. paragraph 2, 1 main idea from the intro the four details one detail is a quote the rest are paraphrased then cite after that give me a closing sentence
then do the same with paragraph's 3 and 4  .then the conclusion no quotes repeat the hook, 4 details about the Malala and a closing sentence

Malala yousafzai

paragraph 1 a hook then a thesis statement then 3 main idea's then a closing sentence. paragraph 2, 1 main idea from the intro the four details one detail is a quote the rest are paraphrased then cite after that give me a closing sentence
then do the same with paragraph's 3 and 4  .then the conclusion no quotes repeat the hook, 4 details about the Malala and a closing sentence

Malala yousafzai

paragraph 1 a hook then a thesis statement then 3 main idea's then a closing sentence. paragraph 2, 1 main idea from the intro the four details one detail is a quote the rest are paraphrased then cite after that give me a closing sentence
then do the same with paragraph's 3 and 4  .then the conclusion no quotes repeat the hook, 4 details about the Malala and a closing sentence