"Hat Task 1" Essays and Research Papers

  • Hat Task 1

    Paul D. Parker HAT 1: Task 1 Merced County Health Status A community’s health can be established through a myriad of differing factors. Three specific factors that will help to determine the health of the county in which I live are community safety, disaster preparedness, as well as an analysis of the population. The community under review, Merced, is located in central California and made up of seventeen cities and communities whose individual populations do not exceed more than 75,000 and...

    Air Quality Index, California's 18th congressional district, Crime 1541  Words | 4  Pages

  • Atlanta - Hat Task 1

    HAT Task 1 Western Governors University HAT Task 1 The City of Atlanta is located in the heart of Georgia. It has a rich in history and is the “cultural center for the Atlanta Metropolitan Area)” (Wikipedia, 2013). The City of Atlanta has the highest population in the state of Georgia Community Description and Interpretation of Data. The City of Atlanta is located within two counties, Fulton and Dekalb. The Metropolitan Atlanta Area is comprised of over 28 counties including; Cobb County...

    Atlanta, Atlanta metropolitan area, Cobb County, Georgia 1375  Words | 4  Pages

  • Hat Task 1

    HAT TASK 1 Karie N. Webb Western Governors University Student ID# 273217 1. Description of selected community based on the assessment. Cultural assessment: Edgecombe County is a very rural community lying in the eastern section of North Carolina. The county has a population of 52,150 with the majority of the population being African American females with the median age group of this population being 38 years old and primary langue being English (Michelle B. Etheridge, MAEd, 2010). The...

    Baptist, Emergency management, Emergency service 2117  Words | 6  Pages

  • Hat Task 1

    HAT Task 1 The community I decided to research and compose this paper is one from which I live, Kent County Michigan. I gathered data from several different resources such as the Kent County Health Department and Michigan Department of Community Health in order to create a community assessment. The data I collected can be broken down into four different assessment pieces. The first assessment piece is labeled population and economic status. I obtained the majority of this information...

    Grand Rapids, Michigan, Health, Health care 1013  Words | 4  Pages

  • HAT task 1

     HAT Task 1 Community Health Assessment Of Collin County, Texas by Gary Goodman A healthy community provides for the health of both the individual and community throughout all stages of life. The information covered within regards the community of Collin County, Texas involving a plethora of sources that include the U.S. Census Bureau, U.S. County Health Rankings, interviews and correspondence with key county...

    Collin County, Texas, Dallas County, Texas, Dallas – Fort Worth Metroplex 2284  Words | 7  Pages

  • Hat 1 Task 4

    k 4 HAT1 Task 4 Emergency Response Western Governors University HAT1 Task 4 Emergency Response A. Role of Public Health Personnel The County Public Health Director (CPHD) may be called on to report to the media during a disaster. It is important that the CPHD reassures the public and avoids speculation when speaking directly to the media or the public. The CPHD will also attend an incident command briefing, where she will report her observations and concerns to the entire Disaster Response...

    Community Emergency Response Team, Emergency management, Health 982  Words | 3  Pages

  • Hat Task 1

    Management plans for and responds to the large scale disasters such as forest fires, flooding, earthquake, landslides and pandemic illness. They develop and coordinate exercises, maintain HAZMAT and Medical response equipment and are currently assigned the task of upgrading, maintaining and planning for communication needs within the county (Veridean Technology Solutions). Boise County Emergency Management is the focal point with the Idaho Bureau of Homeland Security and Boise County (Veridean Technology...

    Boise County, Idaho, Health, Health care 1523  Words | 6  Pages

  • Hat Task 1

    com/community/index.tcl?zip_code=46168&set_community_zipcode_cookie_p=t&x=0&y=0 Stats Indiana. (n.d.). http://www.stats.indiana.edu/profiles/profiles.asp?scope_choice=a&county_changer=18063&button1=Get+Profile&id=2&page_path=Area+Profiles&path_id=11&panel_number=1 U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, Community Health Status Indicators. (2009). http://wwwn.cdc.gov/CommunityHealth/SummaryMeasuresOfHealth.aspx?GeogCD=18063&PeerStrat=46&state=Indiana&county=Hendricks United States Census Bureau. (n.d.). http://quickfacts...

    Demography, Hendricks County, Indiana, Indiana 1159  Words | 3  Pages

  • Task 1

    Frost, GKE1 Task 1 Page 1 GKE Task 1 Part A: Over the centuries there have been many different environmental and geographical factors that have shaped the development of the United States. Two of these factors that I feel are extremely significant to this development are the Irish Potato Famine and the discovery of gold in California. The Irish Potato Famine began in Ireland in September 1845. The famine was caused by an airborne fungus, phytophthora infetans, which attacks the leaves of the...

    Ancient Egypt, Ancient Rome, California 790  Words | 3  Pages

  • Task 1

    CYPOP5 Task 1 1.1 To the Parent / Guardian of Anjum. Information for parents outlining the following… 1) Current legislation for home based childcares 2) The role of regulatory bodies As your child’s childminder I would like to inform you of some very important information detailing up to date legislation and information on the relevant regulating bodies for home based child carers. This is to ensure your child get the very best possible care when in my setting. 1. CURRENT...

    Affirmative action, Childcare Act 2006, Children's rights in the United Kingdom 405  Words | 3  Pages

  • Task 1

    Task: 602.4.15-04, 38, 39 (Tk 1) A. To help a group of 10 first-graders count rationally to 15 requires that the students be able to perform the 4 principles of counting: 1. Each object that is being counted is assigned only one number to represent it. This is called one-to-one correspondence. 2. When counting a group of objects there is a fixed order sequence of numbers. This is called stable-order rule. 3. The last number given to the last object counted represents the total number of objects...

    Cardinal number, Finite set, Function 900  Words | 3  Pages

  • task 1

     Task 1 Question; The parents of Anjum a little girl who is new to your setting moved to England only 3 months ago Yours is the first setting that they have used for 18 month old Anjum They have very little understanding of the legislation covering home based childcare or the role of the regulatory body Consider 4 pieces of legislation that are important for home based child carers and how you would outline these to Anjum's parents. How would you go about outlining the 4 different roles...

    Caregiver, Child, Childhood 495  Words | 3  Pages

  • Task 1

    Task 1: Marketing techniques P1: ‘Describe how marketing techniques are used to market products in two organisations’ Task 2: M1: ‘Compare marketing techniques used in marketing products in two organisations’ Task 3: D1: ‘Evaluate the effectiveness of the use of techniques used in marketing products in one organisation’   Marketing techniques are the strategies used in order to make the business a success, which involves the business meeting the right needs of their specific company, every...

    Advertising, Cadbury plc, Caffeine 1704  Words | 4  Pages

  • Hat Task 2

    HAT 1Task 2 A. Explain how your own perceptions about quality of life and health promotion might affect your care for a dying patient with a lingering illness such as cancer. My perceptions about quality of life would and have affected my care of dying patients. I have been asked in numerous situations for my opinion from a patient or family member and my answer is generally the same. You should do what you think is best for the patient. Take yourself out of the equation...

    Anxiety, Health care, Health care provider 1549  Words | 5  Pages

  • Hat Task 3

    Global and Environmental Communicable Disease Effects July 8, 2013 Western Governors University HAT- Task 3 Global and Environmental Communicable Disease Effects Community health nurses face many concerns that can create environmental and global health issues. In history, humans have battled many health epidemics, from as early as the black plague, to polio, and more recent issues of measles, small pox, and HIV/AIDS. Many vaccines have been created and billions of lives have been saved...

    Epidemiology, Infection, Infectious disease 1319  Words | 4  Pages

  • task 1 unit 1

    Unit 1 – the Business Environment Assignment 1- Types of Business Task 1 Tesco is a private organisation from the UK. Tesco is a supermarket which provides people with things they need like food and drink. It provides people with both a product and a service. In competition with Tesco are the other three major supermarkets from the UK, Morrisons, Asda and Sainsbury's. Sainsbury's increased its market share over the past year, it grew from 16.4% to 16.6% and had a growth of 5.1%. The other retailers...

    Asda, Morrisons, Non-profit organization 660  Words | 3  Pages

  • Task 1

     Task 1 Describe the type of business, purpose and ownership of two different businesses. Describe the different stakeholders who influence the purpose of the two different businesses. Intro Examples of two types of businesses that are different from each other are Kings Oaks Academy and McDonald. There are two types of sectors; private sector and public sector, and different ranges of ownership: local, national, international, and global business. Businesses also falls under 3 sector which...

    Business, Corporation, Customer 2610  Words | 18  Pages

  • EGT 1 Task 1

    EGT1: Task 1 A) 1. When determining how much of a profit a company will make, one has to look at a few deciding factors. Two of those are total revenue and total cost. Total revenue is the sum of a company’s sales of a particular product. Total cost is how much a company pays for production which includes fixed and variable costs. After total cost is deducted from the total revenue, the money left over is a profit. The goal of most is to maximize profits the best way possible. Total revenue...

    Cost, Costs, Economics 510  Words | 2  Pages

  • Lit 1 Task 1

    Task 1 Part A (the report) LIT 1 SOLE PROPRIETORSHIP: Has only one owner. Easy to start up. Some of the advantages are: owners may do whatever they want to with the business and if they want to go on vacation they can. One of the disadvantages they cannot bring in another person to help run the business. This business form is particularly common. • Liability: The owner has unlimited liability. When the business fails it is up to the owner to pay all the creditors off. • Income Taxes:...

    Business law, Corporation, Limited liability 1449  Words | 6  Pages

  • Task 1

    structure. An adequate and properly structured site investigation is therefore an essential part of any civil engineering or building project. The Institution of Civil Engineers has published a guide Without Site Investigation Ground is a Hazard (Ref 1, Vol 1) which is primarily for clients and their non-geotechnical advisors. The guide’s purpose is to raise awareness of ground problems and highlight the consequences of inadequate site investigation. The executive summary states: Inadequate site investigation...

    Civil engineering, Geotechnical engineering, Peter Slabakov 1095  Words | 4  Pages

  • JNT2 Task 1 1

     Student Name Student ID: Assessment Code: JNT2 – Task 1 (Needs Analysis) Mentor Date Summary of Instructional Problem Current Condition and Desired Conditions Current Conditions: Kindergarten students are demonstrating an increased understanding of letter names and sounds by mid-year. However, this understanding is not leading to desired effect of 80% demonstrated ability to phonetically segment words into beginning, middle, and ending sounds on standardized district tests...

    Benchmark, Data analysis, International Phonetic Alphabet 787  Words | 5  Pages

  • Task 1

     TASK 1 There are 4 types of marketing techniques, which are Growth Strategies, Survival Strategies, and Branding & Relationship Marketing these techniques are used by most business. Growth Strategies  These are strategies that are aimed towards the expanding the business nationally or internationally by either expanding sales or increasing the market shares. Igor Ansoff has developed four types of strategies which are called market penetration, product development, market development and diversification...

    Consultative selling, Customer, Customer service 2258  Words | 6  Pages

  • Task 1

    Potato : A Global History [ebrary book]. Retrieved from http://site.ebrary.com/lib/westerngovernors/docDetail.action?docID=10538346&page=12 The California Historical Society. (2001). The California Gold Rush: History through the collections series, part 1 [PDF]. Retrieved from http://www.californiahistoricalsociety.org/research/pdf/California_Gold_Rush.pdf Udall, Stewart L. Emmons, David. (2003). Forgotten Founders : Rethinking the History of the Old West [ebrary book]. Retrieved from http://site.ebrary...

    Ancient Egypt, California, California Gold Rush 808  Words | 6  Pages

  • Hat Task 4

    HAT Task #4 The major role of a public health personnel, including a public heath nurse is contributing specific skills in times of disaster such as assessing, priority setting, collaboration, and addressing of both preventive and acute care needs.In addition, public health nurses have the skills to serves their community well in disaster to include health education, physical and psychosocial needs. During the disaster the public health nurse worked together with other other disciplines such as...

    Emergency management, Health, Health education 906  Words | 3  Pages

  • HAT Task 2

    would occasionally have seizures due to the increased pressure from the tumors in her brain. This meant she required someone to stay with her at all times. She had to move in with my Mom who mostly works from her home, only traveling out of the house 1-2 days a week. On the days my Mom was out of the house my grandmother would go to a local adult day care, where she would socialize with other seniors. As the disease progressed she required more assistance with activities of daily living and was...

    Cancer, Hospice, Hospital 2065  Words | 6  Pages

  • HAT Task 4

     HAT Task 4 Western Governor’s University Nurses play a major role in responding to natural or man-made disasters. They are often on the frontlines of the recovery effort. It is crucial to understand their role and how they collaborate with others on the response team to ensure a positive outcome. There is a definitive chain of command in the wake of a disaster. In our scenario, it is a three-tiered staff. At the highest level is the incident...

    Health, Health care, Health economics 1993  Words | 10  Pages

  • KOT 1 Task 1

     KOT Task 1 Western Governor’s University KOT Task 1 B. Leadership Strategies A nurse can exert leadership without occupying a formal leadership position by taking a leadership stance. In the course, Becoming a Leader in Health Care, it describes leadership as an attitude and not just a position (Reinertsen, 2009, p. 2). Leaders take responsibility for problems and look for ways to solve them. The nurse on an interdisciplinary team serves as a leader by acting as...

    Clinical trial, Health care, Health care provider 1112  Words | 4  Pages

  • Eymp 1- Task 1

    EYMP 1- Context and principles for early years provision Task 1 1.1 Within a setting practitioners have to follow and refer to all relevant early years framework. This framework is relevant to all children aged 0-5 who attend a playgroup, preschool or a nursery/ reception class at school. The framework clearly sets out all the legal requirements that the practitioners must meet. In section 2 of the framework the legal requirements relating to a child’s learning and development are explained and...

    Child, Developmental psychology, Education 1135  Words | 3  Pages

  • Int 1 Task 1

    electrons was an earth (matter) shattering incident in science. Till that time the accepted notion was that atoms were the smallest particle and there was no way of breaking up the atom into smaller particles. It was unthinkable. Then, as our theme for the task suggests, science changes with time and discoveries. In 1906 a British scientist by the name of Sir Joseph John Thomson won the Nobel Prize in Physics. This very same scientist, in 1904, travelled to the USA to present his research, through which he...

    2004 Indian Ocean earthquake, Atom, Indian Ocean 1977  Words | 7  Pages

  • iwt 1 task 1

    Christina Ford IWT 1 Task 1 Art is often divided into periods, these periods are in relation to the time in which it was created. When looking for what inspired the characteristics of an artistic period, it is often important to look at other periods and the relationship0 between the two. In this essay I will be comparing the Baroque Period and the Romantic Period. 1. Baroque Period Originating in Italy in the 17th and 18th century, Baroque art quickly spread to Europe, North America and South...

    Art, Baroque, Hector Berlioz 1000  Words | 4  Pages

  • Hat Task 4

    planning process and make an action plan. They are always thinking of what comes next. (Disaster in Franklin County A Public Health Simulation, 2005). Logistics Chief is the person that is able to obtain the necessary things to complete the tasks. They are able to acquire supplies, equipment and space if needed. (Disaster in Franklin County A Public Health Simulation, 2005). Finance/Administration Chief monitors contractual and financial processes. They ensure the proper contracts...

    Environmental health, Health, Health care 1495  Words | 5  Pages

  • EGC 1 Task 1

    from selling 3 widgets at $420 to selling 4 widgets at $540 the marginal revenue for selling one more widget is: The change in TR= $540-$420= $120 The change in Q =3 - 4 =1 MR=$120/1 MR=$120 For Company A the Marginal Revenue decreases by $10 for every additional widget. #of units sold Total revenue Marginal revenue 0 0 1 150 150 2 290 140 3 420 130 4 540 120 5 650 110 6 750 100 7 840 90 8 920 80 9 990 70 10 1050 60 11 1100 50 12 1140 40 13 1170 30 14 1190 20 15 1200 10 Marginal Cost is...

    Cost, Costs, Economics 373  Words | 2  Pages

  • Task 1 Eymp 1

    EYMP 1 Task 1. Context and principles for early years provisions. The Early Years Foundation Stage was brought into force in September 2008 by orders and regulations which come under section 39 of the Childcare Act 2006. All of the early years providers are required to use the EYFS to ensure a flexible approach to children’s care, learning and development that enables young children to achieve the five Every Child Matters (ECM) outcomes. These 5 outcomes are staying safe, being healthy, enjoying...

    Child development, Childhood, Developmental psychology 1314  Words | 4  Pages

  • HAT task 3

    clinical picture. SARS treatment is usually similar to pneumonia antipyretics for fever, oxygen for hypoxemia, and ventilation in severe cases. There is no known supportive data on the effectiveness of the vaccine or antiviral agents (Trivedi, 2011 P. 1). The epidemiological data on SARS approximated mortality rate between 14-15%. During the epidemic, there were 8098 possible cases of SARS with 774 (9.6%) deaths reported in different 29 countries (Parashar, 2004). The highest rate of cases...

    Air Quality Index, Epidemiology, Health care 1754  Words | 5  Pages

  • Lit 1 Task 1

    more people that are able to enter into a contract, being help accountable for someone else's actions may prove to be frustrating. Limited Partnership Liability- The general partner would be liable for all unlimited responsibility on all tasks and debt, while the limited partner will not loss more than their investment. Income Taxes- Taxes are paid as income tax, unless the limited partnership is classified as a corporation by the IRS for tax purposes. In order to keep from being taxed...

    Business law, Corporate tax, Corporation 720  Words | 4  Pages

  • Hat Task 2

    meet their personal hygiene needs followed by providing a clean environment while they might have a different agenda. They might want me to ensure the bills are paid; groceries are purchased for others in the household etc. Their focus might be the tasks that they used to perform in the household, neglecting themselves to provide for others. My attitude might be affected negatively towards the client if I felt they were not doing the things that I thought they should or could be to manage their illness...

    Health care, Hospice, Illness 1875  Words | 5  Pages

  • Decision Analysis Task 1

    48 units is 10 minutes, which is the maximum amount of time each task (workstation) should take in order to meet production goals. Currently Shuzworld uses 8 workstations as follows: Task A requires 10 minutes, task B requires 6 minutes, task C requires 3 minutes, task D requires 8 minutes, task E requires 3 minutes, task F requires 4 minutes, task G requires 3 minutes, and task H requires 9 minutes. The predecessors for each task are also listed as follows: B and C follow A, D follows B and C,...

    Book of Job, Book of Proverbs, Costs 1166  Words | 5  Pages

  • Iwt 1 Task 1

    artistic pieces of this era are dream like. Some type of art to wonder and marvel at, not an art of reason. ("Dada," n.d.) Surrealism is thought to have been formed as a reaction to Dadaism art movement, which was a protest of the carnages of World War 1. Surrealism was more focused on the positive outcomes of change happening in the world at that time. The common themes that can be seen in many of the paintings are the dreamy imagery that has an exaggerated analysis of reality. This is thought to produce...

    André Breton, Anti-art, Art 1096  Words | 3  Pages

  • Lit1 Task 1 Help

    ------------------------------------------------- SAMPLE FORMAT FOR TASK 1 PART A ------------------------------------------------- *Course Mentor Note on the interpretation/application of the Taskstream Instructions: According to the instructions in Taskstream, you may conclude the task is asking you to include 3 components for Part A of Task 1 which are: 1. ------------------------------------------------- Six of seven characteristics 2. ------------------------------------------------- ...

    Business law, Corporation, Legal entities 1157  Words | 6  Pages

  • Community Nursing Hat 1

    Community Health Nursing Task 1 Jeanne MacDonald Western Governors University Student ID 000287537 I chose as my community El Dorado County in the foothills of Northern California. I live in this community. We are a very healthy and active community with a large...

    Emergency management, Emergency service, Homelessness 1621  Words | 7  Pages

  • Writing Task 1

    TASK 1 To be able to complete Task 1 in 20 minutes or less, write your answer according to the following plan: 1. Write one sentence to introduce the subject and graphic. 2. Write one or two sentences to show the relationship between the data or to comment on the main trend. 3. Write an in-depth description of the information given. Include details from the most important to the least important, depending on time. 4. Write one sentence to conclude your answer. Pie Chart ...

    Burger King, Chart, Fast food 1023  Words | 4  Pages

  • Decision Analysis Task 1

    A. 1. I recommend that the Rugged Boot assembly line be rearranged to provide a more efficient process. Based on the diagram provided by Catherine Pang showing the layout of the production line, the current line uses eight stations. I determined the efficiency by using the following formula: Efficiency = _____________Σ Task times___________________ (actual number of work stations) x (largest cycle time) The total task time for the work boot assembly is 46 minutes...

    Assembly line, Book of Job, Boot 1008  Words | 4  Pages

  • Project Part 1 Task 1

    Project Part 1 Task 1 Draft Risk Management Plan Ernest Martinez Jr. C. Flack IS3110 October 22, 2012 Purpose The Senior Management of the Defense Logistics Information Services (DLIS) has decided to update the previous risk management plan with a developing, new risk management plan. This new risk management plan will not only minimize the amount of risk for future endeavors, but will also be in compliance with regulations such as the Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA)...

    Business continuity planning, Management, Project management 1367  Words | 5  Pages

  • EST1 Task 1

    Running Head: EST1 TASK #1 1 EST1 Task #1 Western Governors University EST1 Task #1 2 Part A It has been established that Company Q is a small grocery chain that has recently decided to close two of their stores in heavily populated areas due to profit loss and high crime statistics. The necessity to close two stores is a significant economic failure for both the community and the stake holders involved in the franchise...

    Donation, Farmers' market, Local food 899  Words | 3  Pages

  • JHT2 Task 1

    Shoes) 7/30/2015 Task 1 Part A Scorecard Income Statement Balance Sheet Task 1 B Daily Durable Shoes uses a broad differentiation strategy. This particular strategy is concentrated on a more broad section of the complete market. Daily Durable serves a market that is defined by upscale people who enjoy fancy but durable shoes. Daily durable has made the company known for training efforts and meeting customer’s needs with free shipping to anywhere in 1 week or less...

    Competition, Marketing, Price 1464  Words | 13  Pages

  • RIWT task 1 direction

    ancient Greece and Rome was revived during the neoclassical era. Cubism was a reaction to the style and characteristics of the earlier European tradition of realistic painting. The purpose of this task is to analyze, critique, and understand where creativity and inspiration originate.   Your goal for this task is to discuss and analyze creativity as the continuation of, or as a reaction to, an earlier historical art period. You will choose two historical periods from the list below and discuss the relationships...

    APA style, Art, Arts 678  Words | 3  Pages

  • task 1 proprietorship

    1 LITI Task 1 Business Organizations Sole Proprietorship A sole proprietorship is owned by one person that runs the business. No formalities are necessary since the business is not owned by anyone else. There are some advantages and disadvantages of owning a sole proprietorship. One advantage is that the business can be closed down at any time and any financial obligations can be paid off. Another advantage is that the business has no boss, partner, or board of directors to answer to. One...

    Business law, Corporation, Legal entities 1160  Words | 4  Pages

  • szt task 1

    Western Governors University SZT/HAT Task 1 Butte-Silver Bow County Montana Population/Economic Status Assessment Population 2013: 34,534 Land area: 718.48 square miles Population density: 47.8 persons per square mile Population percentage under age 18: 20.7% Population percentage ages 65+: 17.0% Births 2012: 375 Birth rate per 1000 people: 11.3% Deaths 2012: 429 Death rate per 1000 people: 13% Senior Citizens: 16.5% Average household income: $38,971 ...

    Air pollution, Demography, Household income in the United States 1107  Words | 6  Pages

  • EGT 1 Task 2

    EGT Task 2: A. Price elasticity of demand (Ed) is used to determine if percent change price increases will percent change quantity demanded decease. In price elasticity of demand (Ed) there are three possible coefficient categories that can result; elastic, inelastic and unit elastic. Key components to remember when determining coefficient category, the threshold is set at one, there are only absolute values, no negative numbers, and the coefficient can only be categorized as elastic, inelastic...

    Arc elasticity, Consumer theory, Elasticity 741  Words | 5  Pages

  • Lct1 Task 1 Subjectivity

    Subjectivity in the Classroom LCT1 TASK 1 Excerpt: Editorial: “No standards portend no future for America” by Cal Thomas Columbia Daily Herald – July 01, 2013 “For this reason a man shall leave his Father and his Mother, and be joined to his wife; and they shall become one flesh.” - Genesis 2:24, NIV The problem for people who believe in an Authority higher even than the Constitution is that in our increasingly secular and indifferent...

    Bill Clinton, Homosexuality, Same-sex marriage 811  Words | 3  Pages

  • 2014 Assessment Task 1

            TERRA SANCTA COLLEGE  Student No:    English   Stage 5 Year 10  Unit 1: Indigenous Australian Poetry   Oodgeroo Noonuccal   Oral Task   Semester 1, Term 1, 2014        Class:        Assessment Task No: 1  Mode:  Reading/Speaking  Date Due:  Weighting: 25%   First scheduled lesson,  Week 7, Term 1, 2014    OUTCOMES BEING ASSESSED  GRADE  4: A student selects and uses language forms and features, and structures of texts according to  different purposes, audiences and contexts...

    Mark, RSA 1014  Words | 3  Pages

  • JNT Task 1

    Running Head: JNT Task 1– Instructional Design Analysis Instructional Design Analysis Western Governor’s University February 4, 2014 Instructional Problem I have recently noticed an instructional problem in the elementary school that I work at. Several of the teachers seem to have problems aligning their instruction with the curriculum they teach. I have witnessed numerous times, teachers incorporating activities into lessons that don’t even relate to the...

    Education, Grounded theory, Lesson plan 1381  Words | 5  Pages

  • WGU JGT Task #1

    than one worker at a single workstation. Since there is an order in which the boot construction is performed, there are precedence requirements that place restrictions on the sequence of production. (http://wps.prenhall.com/wps/media/objects) Task Performance (minutes) Precedence Requirement A 10 -- B 6 A C 3 A D 8 B,C E 3 D F 4 D G 3 E,F H 9 G TOTAL 46 minutes Catherine Pang provided the assembly schedule which denotes cycle time which is the maximum amount of time the boot...

    Assembly line, Factory, Ford Motor Company 1134  Words | 5  Pages

  • Assessment Task 1

    Assessment Task 1 Levels of Decision Making Strategic Strategic decisions are made at a high level within the organisation usually by senior managers. They are about things that set the long term overall aims of the organisation. They tend to be high risk and unstructured decisions and are usually taken after significant planning or research and tend to relate to the activities of the organisation for several years ahead. Operational Operational decisions are made by middle managers. They are...

    Decision making, Decision theory, Finance 1515  Words | 4  Pages

  • Assessment tasks 1 3

    Assessment task 1 – Project Plan “Houzit” Marketing management plan Marketing objectives The market for home-wares in Brisbane is estimated last year at $175 million per annum with an anticipated growth rate of the percent in the coming year. Here I outline the following marketing objectives: 12% market share (up from 11%) Increase in sales by 8.5% over last year’s result No expansion stores are planned during this phase of consolidation and on average the stores achieved $24,680 per week for the...

    Business, Competitor analysis, Distribution 1628  Words | 9  Pages

  • Marketing - task 1 p1

    UNIT 3: Introduction to Marketing – (Patricia) Task 1 – This task addresses P1: describe how marketing techniques are used to market products in two organisations. To: Patricia From: Fehime Karamanoglu Subject: Marketing Techniques Date: 23/10/2014 1.0 Introduction This report provides further and thoroughly detailed research into the companies, McDonalds and Lewisham Southwark College (LeSoCo). This research has been gathered in order to examine and research the marketing techniques used in...

    Business, Government, Hamburger 869  Words | 4  Pages

  • INT1 Task 1

    Our Solar System INT1 TASK 1 The Evolution of our Solar System • Observations of the stars, sun, and planets appearing to revolve around the Earth, which seem to be at motionless, lead ancient astronomers to believe the Earth was the center of the solar system. • Claudis Ptolemy’s version of the Geocentric Model was the most widely accepted and recognized example of the Geocentric Model. • Nicolaus Copernicus published a book on his theory of a heliocentric system, the book...

    Earth, Eris, Jupiter 803  Words | 6  Pages

  • U7 Task 1

    Assignment Front Sheet Learner Name: Qualification: BTEC Level 2 Diploma in Health & Social Care Unit Title: Anatomy and Physiology for Health and Social Care Unit Number: 7 Assignment Title: Organisation of the human body Assignment No: 1 Hand in dates and times: Handed out: w/c 23rd October 2013 Final submission: w/c 5th Nov., 2013 Copied work will be graded as a FAIL and disciplinary action may be taken against you I certify that the work submitted for this assignment is my own...

    Digestion, Heart, Human anatomy 528  Words | 7  Pages

  • Leadership Task 1 RTF

     SAT Task 1 Mathew Perkins Western Governors University Leadership SAT2 6/03/2014 The leadership style that I most identify with is the Entrepreneurial leadership style. The strong and weak traits that I have all associate with this style. I have also taken the time to ask my current manager, wife, and associates to choose the style that they feel I most identify with and they all choose the Entrepreneurial leadership style...

    Decision making, Fiedler contingency model, Kurt Lewin 1610  Words | 7  Pages

  • Microbiology Task 1

    DNA & RNA Jo Howell Biochemistry, Task 208.5.1 02-05 Western Govenor’s University Process of DNA Replication  The double helix is unwound by helicase & each strand then acts as a template for the next strands Primase creates the DNA primer DNA polymerase III is the main copying enzyme     DNA polymerase I removes RNA primers & replaces with DNA Single Stranded Binding Proteins are available to hold the unwound DNA strands in position & prevents premature annealing with another...

    DNA, DNA polymerase, DNA polymerase I 406  Words | 3  Pages

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