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Since Outliers was written ten years ago, surely there has been plenty of research into the areas Gladwell’s book covers! Use the essay as an opportunity to help the reader see a particular area the book explores—and what’s changed since then. Has there been new research? Have new programs been devised to help change the unfair advantages in a particular area? What new problems have emerged—or what old problems still remain? You’ll want to pick just one area here. For instance, you could consider the college admissions process, or if there are changes in early sports experiences to help leave less to chance birthdays, and so on. That the piece explores subject matter as outlined in the prompt. They could be research reports, as Gladwell often used (like Ericsson’s research into the number of hours of practice required for mastery). The quality of the sources will be a major factor here. That the piece feature a Work Cited for sources used. Be sure to make an entry for Gladwell. You’re welcome to use the Meg Jay piece or even Hamilton, if it were relevant (it could be).
Annotations should summarize the basic theme and scope of a source (article, book, periodical). Within each 150-word annotation, include a few sentences that (1) evaluate the background and/or credibility of the author; (2) state who the intended audience is; (3) be able to compare/contrast this source with other sources you have cited; and (4) demonstrate how this source complements and supports your proposition and debate team’s position (affirmative/negative).3 affirmative sources 2 negative sources
I have 4 reports from where all the information should come from. All you need to do is answer all the questions correctly.
Please watch the assigned video and read the assigned article before answering the following question. This will be a online discussion forum. Partial participation grading will come from quality initial responses as well as reading other posts and opening a dialog. You will have until 15 November to complete. Please answer without the question prompts. Questions After watching the assigned video and reading the article, briefly explain your interpretation of climate change as it relates to this topic. (2 points) According to the video and article, carbon dioxide is a major contributor to climate change. What activities, according to the video and article, are some of the major contributors to carbon dioxide gas emissions? (2 points) If you followed the prescribed methods of limiting your personal contribution of atmospheric carbon dioxide as shown in the video, then what would you change in your day-to-day activities? (6 points) ———————- Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HK47Pnx46rM Article: Adams, J. U. (2015, November 13). Air pollution and climate change. CQ Researcher, 25, 961-984. Retrieved from http://library.cqpress.com/
A review of the book what you think the author was trying to prove or what was his views