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Discuss present-day environmental problems and identify their roots in Chinas environmental history.

find a news article about a present-day (post-2016) environmental issue in China that is related to the topic of the lectures, films, and required readings for that week. Write a short paragraph explaining how the article is connected to that weeks them. To receive full points, you must post your current events report (including a link to the news article you selected)

Many news outlets keep online articles behind paywalls, but you can start by looking for articles free of charge on,,,, and

I already uploaded this week's Video and article, please watch and read, and find a news article about a present-day (post-2016) environmental issue in China that is related to the topic (video and article)

I uploaded the video, please watch it, and find a article relate to the video.


M3.4 Reflect and Ask Questions

M3.4 Reflect and Ask Questions
Reflect & Ask Questions


In Module 3 you grappled with the concepts of critical thinking and argumentative reasoning for today and tomorrow. You examined the standard-bearer for scholarly thoughtthe peer-reviewed journal articleand considered what it can tell us and how it differs from other kinds of sources. In Module 4, you will continue questioning and examining information to understand that not all information is created equal, and in fact, some of it isnt the truth at all.

As you reflect on what you learned in this module, ask yourself:

Do I understand the components of a peer-reviewed journal article and how to use it in an academic argument?
Can I spot a logical fallacy when I see or hear it?
How does an academic debate differ from the debates I see on social media or in personal conversations?
Do I have any questions about the feedback I've been receiving from my instructor on my as

M3.3 Course Project – Milestone 3

M3.3 Course Project - Milestone 3


Thesis Statement Draft and Source Evaluation
In Modules 1 and 2 you chose a final project topic and narrowed your focus through the process of brainstorming and finding preliminary sources. Make sure you are reading your instructors feedback each week and making improvements before submitting the next Milestone. For example, if your instructor suggested replacing any of the sources you listed in Milestone 2, or refining your narrowed topic of focus, make sure to take that into account before working on Milestone 3.

Now, in Module 3, you will draft a thesis statement and evaluate your sources for relevance and credibility.

Step 1: Thesis Statement Draft
Make sure you have completed pages 3.9 through 3.11 in Chapter 3 on Drafting your Thesis Statement. There, you will learn more about how to create a concise, specific, effective, and relevant thesis statement and then draft it in the webtext, so i

M4.2 Discussion: From a Post-Truth World to a Pro-Truth World

M4.2 Discussion: From a Post-Truth World to a Pro-Truth World


Today, the prevalence of social media, the rise of algorithms, filter bubbles, bots, and international hacking efforts have brought the issue of fake news to the forefront of our national and international consciousness.  As you read in the webtext this week, the spread of misinformation is not an entirely new problem and it does not have one simple solution. However, there are changes all information consumers can make to how they engage with stories, facts, and data that can lead us from a post-truth world to a pro-truth world.

Begin by reading chapter 4 of the webtext and viewing all of Professor Alex Edmans TED Talk What to Trust in a Post-Truth World, below.

Edmans, Al. (2018). What to trust in a "

Introductory Speech Outline

Select either Topic A or Topic B for your introductory speech.
Topic A: Elevator Pitch. Deliver an elevator pitch that describes your professional background and experience for a potential employer during a job interview.
Topic B: Dream Career. Discuss your dream career.
Create an outline or speaking notes in Microsoft Word.
Download the Sample Outline [DOCX], which provides guidance for the structure of an outline.
Focus your speech on 23 main points so you'll stay within the 2-minute time limit.
Submit the completed outline in a Microsoft Word document.

My dream career is to become a detective.

Analyze a movie scene

Analyze one scene in God Father 1
Pick one of your favorite movies (or tv show/short film), something you've seen before and know well.

Pick a scene from the film, the most important/pivotal scene, or perhaps just your favorite one, or the most memorable. Analyze it using the terms of story structure as discussed in class.

Zooming OUT: Explain the scene in context of the larger narrative. Which part/act of the film does this take place? Does this scene contain any major plot points (example: an inciting incident that begins Act II), or is it not as important to the narrative and serves another purpose (example: a scene to set the mood, the develop characters, to build the world, etc). This can be just a paragraph or two of casual writing.

Zooming IN: Describe the beats of the scene, the individual moments. Identify the major beat, the key moment that the scene is building up to, the reason the scene is in the movie. Break down (if possible) the scene into the mi

Is it Tech Comm?

Read chapter 1 in Markel's Technical Communication, 11e


You may have heard the terms "business writing," "technical writing," and "professional writing." These types of writing fall under the domain of technical communication, which is the subject of this course. This activity, "Is it tech comm?" familiarizes you with the concepts and forms of technical communication.

The Society for Technical Communication (STC), the worlds largest and oldest professional organization for technical communicators, defines tech comm as any form of communication that exhibits one or more of the following characteristics:

Communicating about technical or specialized topics, such as computer applications, medical procedures, or environmental regulations.

Communicating by using technology, such as web pages, help files, or social media sites.

Providing instructions about how to do something, regardless of how technical the task is or even if technology is

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Emily wants to transfer to NYU's junior level and in the application the university asks her the question:

Please provide a statement that addresses your reasons for transferring and the objectives you hope to achieve.

Emily's interested major is finance and management, and she is applying for the stern school of business in NYU. Plz review the official website of NYU and its Stern school of business and feel free to create any reasons for Emily why transfer and why NYU attracts her so much. Simply find some unique and valuable things about NYU on the website that may attract Emily or match with Emily's interests or personality.

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Jake is intended to apply to NYU's stern school of business. In the application the university asks him one question:

We would like to know more about your interest in NYU. We are particularly interested in knowing what motivated you to apply to NYU and more specifically, why you have applied or expressed interest in a particular campus, school, college, program, and/or area of study? You may be focused or undecided, or simply open to the options within NYU's global network; regardless, we want to understand - Why NYU? (no more than 2500 characters)

Plz go and review the website of NYU and its Stern school of business to obtain some unique and valuable things that they have that may attract Jake and match Jake's field of interests or personality. Jake's preferred major is finance and management. Feel free to create any reasons that allow Jake to be interested at NYU and such major.

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Jake wants to transfer to USC junior level. His first choice major is business administration, and his second choice major is Econ&maths. His interested field of study is Business&Finance. The university asks him two essay prompt:

1. Please provide a statement that addresses your reasons for transferring and the objectives you hope to achieve.(no more than 650 words)
2. Describe how you plan to pursue your academic interests and why you want to explore them at USC specifically. Please feel free to address your first- and second-choice major selections. (no more than 250 words)

Plz answer these two prompts separately, with 1 no more than 650 words and 2 no more than 250 words. Plz go and review USC's website and create reasons for Jake to transfer. The ultimate goal is to show Jake's interests towards USC (especially on his preferred field of study-business). May be there is a certain research or organization in USC that attract Jake, or may be USC's certain spi
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