Category Archives: Application Writing

After reviewing the major assignment, draw on Wierszewski’s (2017) and Gagich’s

After reviewing the major assignment, draw on Wierszewski’s (2017) and Gagich’s (2020) texts to write 1 post that gives advice or asks a question about how to approach research and writing in multimodal, digital contexts. Some question prompts:
—————————————————————————————————–
What are you tasked with writing? What is the context? How is this different than other contexts you are familiar with?
What are some tips on the process you might take? What should you keep in mind for planning, research, and writing? How might this be different than other research or writing processes you might have experience with?
What are some difficulties you might anticipate in this project? What advice do you have for others to tackle these difficulties?
What news skills, strategies, techniques, or tools might you need to learn or build on? What resources and tools do you already have that will be helpful?
What counts as a source or evidence in this context? How can you best go about gathering, collecting, and citing sources in this context?
—————————————————————————————————–
You can use any prompt, or mix up the prompts to make the writing easier.

For this assignment, choose two (2) websites that present information on the sam

For this assignment, choose two (2) websites that present information on the same subject. However, the two (2) websites should be aimed at different primary audiences. One website should be designed for a non-technical audience and the other for a technical/specialized audience.
Write a memo to your instructor analyzing both websites and their audiences (primary and secondary) and explain the persuasive strategies each website uses to serve its primary audience’s needs.
Synthesize your analysis to the following questions:
Note: You need to answer all of these questions; your failure to answer all questions will result in point deductions.
What primary audiences do the two websites seem to aim for? What kind of knowledge do the audiences seem to possess about the subject matter? What are their age(s), genders, education level, occupations, and cultural background?
Who are the secondary audiences of these websites? Who else might use information found on these sites?
What persuasive strategies do the websites employ to appeal to their primary audiences? Do they use claims? Do they make an effort to connect with the audience? (See pages 48-51 of your textbook for more on persuasion)
To what extent do the websites use technical language? Do you see any examples of jargon? Give examples
How long is the average sentence in each website? How long is the average paragraph? Does this tell you anything about the audience?
How formal/informal are their respective style? Why?
Is there advertising? If so, what do the ads tell you about the audience?
Do the website use tables, graphs, figures, illustrations or images? How different are they on the two websites?
Requirements:
Keep in mind that your purpose is to compare and contrast the two websites, not merely to describe them (failure to compare and contrast will result in a 20-point deduction)
Do not simply type the questions followed by your answers. Like all professional memos, this one should summarize and organize the information into coherent and well-written narratives (failure to use a narrative will result in 5-point deduction)
Format: Use a business memo format. (Failure to use a business memo format will result in 10-point deduction)
Minimum word requirement: 750 words (Failure to meet the minimum word count will result in a 5-point deduction)
Make sure to include the Websites’ URLs in your memo (Failure to include working URLs will result in a 5-point deduction)
In-text citations and reference page should use APA format.

For this assignment, choose two (2) websites that present information on the sam

For this assignment, choose two (2) websites that present information on the same subject. However, the two (2) websites should be aimed at different primary audiences. One website should be designed for a non-technical audience and the other for a technical/specialized audience.
Write a memo to your instructor analyzing both websites and their audiences (primary and secondary) and explain the persuasive strategies each website uses to serve its primary audience’s needs.
Synthesize your analysis to the following questions:
Note: You need to answer all of these questions; your failure to answer all questions will result in point deductions.
What primary audiences do the two websites seem to aim for? What kind of knowledge do the audiences seem to possess about the subject matter? What are their age(s), genders, education level, occupations, and cultural background?
Who are the secondary audiences of these websites? Who else might use information found on these sites?
What persuasive strategies do the websites employ to appeal to their primary audiences? Do they use claims? Do they make an effort to connect with the audience? (See pages 48-51 of your textbook for more on persuasion)
To what extent do the websites use technical language? Do you see any examples of jargon? Give examples
How long is the average sentence in each website? How long is the average paragraph? Does this tell you anything about the audience?
How formal/informal are their respective style? Why?
Is there advertising? If so, what do the ads tell you about the audience?
Do the website use tables, graphs, figures, illustrations or images? How different are they on the two websites?
Requirements:
Keep in mind that your purpose is to compare and contrast the two websites, not merely to describe them (failure to compare and contrast will result in a 20-point deduction)
Do not simply type the questions followed by your answers. Like all professional memos, this one should summarize and organize the information into coherent and well-written narratives (failure to use a narrative will result in 5-point deduction)
Format: Use a business memo format. (Failure to use a business memo format will result in 10-point deduction)
Minimum word requirement: 750 words (Failure to meet the minimum word count will result in a 5-point deduction)
Make sure to include the Websites’ URLs in your memo (Failure to include working URLs will result in a 5-point deduction)
In-text citations and reference page should use APA format.

Learning Goal: I’m working on a application writing question and need guidance t

Learning Goal: I’m working on a application writing question and need guidance to help me learn. This program’s name is master of professional studies in applied economics and managementPlease write a why program essay through the careful research on information from the program’s website. Please write this why program essay through yourself perspective instead of others. You can write this essay through inside and outside of class areas. Please make a careful review about the program’s website before writing. Moreover, please write 2 courses which attract you the most, including the reasons why you choose these courses, and the outcome you expect to learn after these courses. Please write this why program essay as detailed as you can. My interested concentration is behavior finance, you can pick courses from required courses of this program and from my interested concentration. My undergraduate major was economics and mathematics. This program is master of professional studies in applied economics and managemen. Feel free to contact me if you have any question.Attached is the website of this program.https://dyson.cornell.edu/programs/graduate/mps/
Requirements: 400 words   |   .doc file

Learning Goal: I’m working on a application writing question and need guidance t

Learning Goal: I’m working on a application writing question and need guidance to help me learn.Now days, I am applying for master of professional studies in Applied economics and Management, please write a why program according to the information given from the program website, https://dyson.cornell.edu/programs/graduate/mps/My undergraduate major is economics, please write this why program essay in several perspectives, for example, interested coures…
Requirements: 300-400 words

This is the Prompt for the admission essay. (Tell us about your educational hist

This is the Prompt for the admission essay. (Tell us about your educational history, work experience, present situation, and plans for the future. Please make sure to reflect on why you consider yourself a nontraditional student and have chosen to pursue your education at the School of General Studies of Columbia University. Successful essays should identify and describe specific elements of the program, academic or otherwise, that meet your needs as a nontraditional student. The admissions committee is particularly interested in situations in your life from which you have learned and grown. This may include past academic experiences, professional accomplishments, or turning points and transformative events: new beginnings and personal achievements, but also events that may have affected your education, such as health and family challenges, personal obstacles or even issues with the justice system. Our expectation is that your reflection on your experiences will demonstrate your potential to add a unique perspective to the Columbia classroom.)
I want to rewrite my essay in more personal narrativ form, a way that demonstrate some my unique identity. I will deeply appreciate if you could elaborate my writing I will attached my first draft of the essay. I feel that the essay lacking a clear idea of who I am now and why Columbia is the next step. I want to specifically say more of my intended major, East Asian studies. If you could mention this in my essay and elaborate it, I will deeply appreciate it. Also, in the essay, I want to demonstrate how I will be able to handle the rigor of the education at Columbia University?
I personally would recommend you start your story when you approach the school alone at 14–it brings together your childhood struggles with your desire for education.
Also, I want to refrain from including random names of faculty and places at Columbia. For example, Low Library is now an administrative building—I can’t study there.

I need 2-3 paragraph answers for 2 questions for my study abroad application. Th

I need 2-3 paragraph answers for 2 questions for my study abroad application. The degree is Business Management
The questions are :
Why do you want to study abroad? Why have you selected these universities and destinations? Please write 2-3 paragraphs
What do you hope to achieve on your study abroad year/term? Please write 2-3 paragraphs

I want this essay to be about my personal growth and how I’ve change as a person

I want this essay to be about my personal growth and how I’ve change as a person. I went to basic training August 18th and graduated October 28th. Now I am in AIT graduating January 21st 2022 .Throughout this time I learned many things. I want the essay to talk about my personal growth. Before going to basic I was afraid of making mistakes and being judged but basic has thought me that you can not grow as a person without making those mistakes. In this essay I would also like to have reasons on why they should chose me. Reason one, dedicated. Second reason, experiences. Third reason, teamwork skills (add basic training examples). I want to get my bachelors degree in biomedical science and continue my army career. In hopes of becoming a pediatrician one day.

Learning Goal: I’m working on a application writing writing question and need an

Learning Goal: I’m working on a application writing writing question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.(Native English user is required! Be sure you are good at writing application essay with native language) I am writing on 1 short answer questions for master school applications (MIT Mfin). There are three main tasks for you:1. Seriously check the grammar. Please make sure all sentences are smooth and logical.2. Please paraphrase the expression at the native language level and improve.3. Please help limit the count of numbers based on the requirement. Each question has 200 words limitationNotification: – Give me few feedbacks when you read my answers. Hence I can improve my answers- Please highlight or show your edit in the word. Thus, I can see the changes you made(If you are finance or computer science major, or master programming skills like Python, Java, or be admitted by MIT, it is more better, since you can read the content and give me some comments. If not, it doesn’t matter)
Requirements: as specific and clear as possible. Improve language and grammar