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05 00 Module Five Pretest Module 05 Understanding Poetry

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1.

(LC)

Helen Grey
By Christina Georgina Rossetti

Because one loves you, Helen Grey,


Is that a reason you should pout,


And like a March wind veer about,


And frown, and say your shrewish say?


Don't strain the cord until it snaps,


Don't split the sound heart with your wedge,


Don't cut your fingers with the edge


Of your keen wit; you may, perhaps.


Because you're handsome, Helen Grey,
Is that a reason to be proud?
Your eyes are bold, your laugh is loud,
Your steps go mincing on their way;
But so you miss that modest charm
Which is the surest charm of all:
Take heed, you yet may trip and fall,
And no man care to stretch his arm.

Stoop from your cold height, Helen Grey,
Come down, and take a lowlier place;
Come down, to fill it now with grace;
Come down you must perforce some day:
For years cannot be kept at bay,
And fading years will make you old;
Then in their turn will men seem cold,
When you yourself are nipped and grey.

Which text from "Helen Grey" explicitly describes Helen's behavior? (4 points)

Your steps go mincing on their way

Take heed, you yet may trip and fall

And fading years will make you old

Then in their turn will men seem cold

2.

(MC)

Helen Grey
By Christina Georgina Rossetti

Because one loves you, Helen Grey,
Is that a reason you should pout,
And like a March wind veer about,
And frown, and say your shrewish say?
Don't strain the cord until it snaps,
Don't split the sound heart with your wedge,
Don't cut your fingers with the edge
Of your keen wit; you may, perhaps.

Because you're handsome, Helen Grey,
Is that a reason to be proud?
Your eyes are bold, your laugh is loud,
Your steps go mincing on their way;
But so you miss that modest charm
Which is the surest charm of all:
Take heed, you yet may trip and fall,
And no man care to stretch his arm.

Stoop from your cold height, Helen Grey,
Come down, and take a lowlier place;
Come down, to fill it now with grace;
Come down you must perforce some day:
For years cannot be kept at bay,
And fading years will make you old;
Then in their turn will men seem cold,
When you yourself are nipped and grey.

Which line from "Helen Grey" implies Helen is not as exceptional as she may think? (4 points)

But so you miss that modest charm

Come down, and take a lowlier place

Then in their turn will men seem cold

When you yourself are nipped and grey

3.

(MC)

Evening
By Victoria Mary Sackville-West

When little lights in little ports come out,
Quivering down through water with the stars,
And all the fishing fleet of slender spars
Range at their moorings, veer with tide about;

When race of wind is stilled and sails are furled,
And underneath our single riding-light
The curve of black-ribbed deck gleams palely white,
And slumbrous waters pool a slumbrous world;

Then, and then only, have I thought how sweet
Old age might sink upon a windy youth,
Quiet beneath the riding-light of truth,
Weathered through storms, and gracious in retreat.

Which of the following is true of this text in bold? (4 points)

It explicitly describes night at the ports.

It explicitly states that the ports are damaged.

It implies the dangers of working at sea.

It implies a relationship has ended.

4.

(MC)

Evening
By Victoria Mary Sackville-West

When little lights in little ports come out,
Quivering down through water with the stars,
And all the fishing fleet of slender spars
Range at their moorings, veer with tide about;

When race of wind is stilled and sails are furled,
And underneath our single riding-light
The curve of black-ribbed deck gleams palely white,
And slumbrous waters pool a slumbrous world;

Then, and then only, have I thought how sweet
Old age might sink upon a windy youth,
Quiet beneath the riding-light of truth,
Weathered through storms, and gracious in retreat.

Which words from "Evening" most strongly suggest the theme? (4 points)

When little lights in little ports come out / Quivering down through water with the stars

And all the fishing fleet of slender spars / Range at their moorings

The curve of black-ribbed deck gleams palely white / And slumbrous waters pool

Then, and then only, have I thought how sweet / Old age might sink upon a windy youth

5.

(LC)

Which sentence below shows correct use of em dashes? (4 points)

Before his European travel highlight of his summer, Mickey forced-himself to pay-off his credit cards.

Before his highlight of his summer European travel — Mickey forced himself to pay off his credit cards.

Before his European travel, the highlight of his summer Mickey — forced himself to — pay off his credit-cards.

Before his European travel—the highlight of his summer—Mickey forced himself to pay off his credit cards.

6.

(LC)

Which sentence below shows correct use of an em dash? (4 points)

I just watched The Lord of the Rings—my favorite film trilogy—with my friends.

I just watched The-Lord-of-the-Rings my favorite film trilogy with my friends.

I just watched The Lord of the Rings my favorite film-trilogy with my friends.

I – just watched The Lord of the Rings my favorite film trilogy with – my friends.

7.

(LC)

Which sentence below shows correct use of an em dash? (4 points)

He didn't hear the doorbell broken – since last week when – the delivery person arrived.

He didn't hear the door-bell broken since last-week when the delivery-person arrived.

He didn't hear the doorbell—broken since last week—when the delivery person arrived.

He didn't hear the door-bell broken since last week – when the delivery person arrived.

8.

(LC)

Which sentence has the most traditional syntax? (4 points)

Chewing a ragged nail and checking her watch, she jiggled her leg up and down.

Jiggling, her leg moving, checking her watch, she chewed her nail.

Checking her watch, her leg jiggling up and down, she chewed a ragged nail.

As her leg jiggled up and down, she chewed a ragged nail and checked her watch.

9.

(MC)

Read the sentence below and answer the following question:

During the whole of a dull, dark, and soundless day in the autumnof the year, when the clouds hung oppressively low in the heavens, I hadbeen passing alone, on horseback, through a singularly dreary tract ofcountry, and at length found myself, as the shades of the evening drewon, within view of the melancholy House of Usher. —Poe, "The Fall of the House of Usher"

What has the author done to create a tone of seriousness in this piece? (4 points)

He has used a long sentence with complex syntax to ask the reader to pay close attention.

He has used a meaningless sentence with broken syntax to make a point about grammar.

He has written a sentence using descriptive syntax about a strange summer day of cold.

He has written a short sentence with traditional syntax to make the reading easy for all.

10.

(MC)

Read the sentence below and answer the following question:

During the whole of a dull, dark, and soundless day in the autumnof the year, when the clouds hung oppressively low in the heavens, I hadbeen passing alone, on horseback, through a singularly dreary tract ofcountry, and at length found myself, as the shades of the evening drew on, within view of the melancholy House of Usher. —Poe, "The Fall of the House of Usher"

Which of the following is true about the author's syntax in this passage? (4 points)

It emphasizes a minor fear.

It introduces a specific person.

It sets a formal tone.

It suggests a coming storm.

11.

(MC)

A student is revising the sentence below:

Because the study had only a small sampling of test subjects, Melissareacted to its conclusions with a good deal of _______________.

Which word would suggest the most negative judgment of the study? (4 points)

Concern: a care or worry

Reservation: a doubt or misgiving

Suspicion: a belief that something is wrong

Uncertainty: a state of doubt; not sure

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Find a Youtube video that addresses one of the topics discussed this semester and share it with the class. This video cannot duplicate one already used in the class . Be sure to respond to 2 peer posts. This discussion should be completed by May 12th,11:59 p.m.

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Staff-level briefings are conducted by the supervisor to introduce co-workers, clarify tasks, define the scope of work, describe sources of work supplies, and present the work schedule. A. TRUE B. FALSE
2. Which Incident Type requires one or two single resources with up to six personnel? A. Type 3 B. Type 2 C. Type 4 D. Type 5
3. An Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) from the affected jurisdiction is considered an ICS Tool. A. TRUE B. FALSE
4. An Incident Commander's scope of authority is derived from existing laws, agency policies, and/or ______. A. Outgoing Incident Commander B. Delegation of Authority C. Incident Action Plan D. IMT Position Description
5. An important feature of Emergency Operation Plans is that they ________________________________. A. may be used in place of the National Incident Management System. B. are available electronically and may be updated throughout the incident. C. provide a uniform response to all hazards that a community may face. D. are specifically tailored to recovery and contingency plans.
6. The Incident Command System (ICS) is only applicable to large, complex incidents. A. TRUE B. FALSE
7. Which Incident Type requires regional or national resources, all Command and General Staff positions are activated, branches are activated, personnel may exceed 500 per operational period, and a disaster declaration may occur? A. Type 2 B. Type 1 C. Type 3 D. Type 4
8. The Incident Command System (ICS) is: A. A relatively new approach created based on the lessons learned from Hurricane Harvey disaster operations. B. A standardized management tool for meeting the demands of small or large emergency or nonemergency situations. C. A military system used in domestic incidents to ensure command and control of Federal resources. D. Most applicable to the management of complex incidents that extend over many hours or days.
9. The process of granting authority to carry out specific functions is called__________. A. Incident Complexity Analysis B. Incident Situational Analysis C. Contingency Plan D. Delegation of Authority
10. Which of the following is NOT a recommended characteristic for incident objectives?

A. In accordance with the Incident Commander's authorities B. Measurable and attainable C. Stated in broad terms to allow for flexibility D. Includes a standard and timeframe


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11. Which of the following is NOT part of the NIMS Management characteristic of Chain of Command? A. Restricts personnel from sharing information with each other. B. Allows the Incident Commander to control the actions of personnel under his or her supervision. C. Details how authority flows through the incident management organization. D. Avoids confusion by requiring that orders flow from supervisors.
12. The first duty of ICS leadership is the safety of all personnel involved in an incident or a planned event. A. TRUE B. FALSE
13. Which NIMS Management Characteristic refers to the number of subordinates that directly report to a supervisor? A. Management by Objectives B. Modular Organization C. Manageable Span of Control D. Chain of Command and Unity of Command
14. Which Command Staff member approves the Incident Action Plan and all requests pertaining to the ordering and releasing of incident resources? A. Safety Officer B. Incident Commander C. Public Information Officer D. Liaison Officer
15. Which Incident Type requires regional or national resources with up to 200 personnel per operational period? A. Type 2 B. Type 1 C. Type 4 D. Type 5
16. Mutual Aid Agreements ________________________________. A. assist agencies and jurisdictions when existing resources are inadequate. B. are mandated in state and county emergency management budgets. C. base their assistance on the equivalent monetary value of shared resources. D. are limited to the exchange of resources between neighboring states.
17. When a more qualified person arrives on scene, which statement best describes what happens? A. The more qualified person has options based on agency guidelines; these can include assuming command, maintaining command as is, or requesting a more qualified Incident Commander. B. The more qualified person automatically becomes the new Incident Commander and assumes command. The outgoing Incident Commander demobilizes to avoid confusion. C. The more qualified person becomes the new Incident Commander at the beginning of the next operational period. D. The Emergency Operations Center Director must order a Transfer of Command.
18. An Incident Commander's scope of authority comes from the Incident Action Plan. A. TRUE B. FALSE
19. Which type of briefing is delivered to individual resources or crews who are assigned to operational tasks and/or work at or near the incident site? A. Staff-level briefing B. Field-level briefing C. Section-level briefing D. Operational Period Briefing
20. Which of the following would NOT typically be included in the transfer of command briefing? A. Current organization B. Resources ordered and end route C. Situation Status D. Special requests from agency representatives

(Solved): Medical Office Management I H01V Question Description Quest...

Medical Office Management I H01V

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Question 1 (2.5 points)

When a patient calls for an appointment, which question should you avoid asking?

Question 1 options:

a)

Can you spell your name?

b)

What is your birthdate?

c)

When would you like to come in?

d)

What is the purpose for the appointment?

Question 2 (2.5 points)

What is an example of capital equipment found in the medical office?

Question 2 options:

a)

Ink cartridges

b)

Computer

c)

Paper

d)

Syringes

Question 3 (2.5 points)

Insurance companies compensate _______ at a higher level.

Question 3 options:

a)

established patients

b)

new patients

c)

referrals

d)

patients with preexisting conditions

Question 4 (2.5 points)

Which one of the following choices is also known as a superbill?

Question 4 options:

a)

Queue

b)

Encounter form

c)

Assignment of benefits

d)

Copayments

Question 5 (2.5 points)

Which one of the following choices is a duty of a patient receptionist?

Question 5 options:

a)

Choosing a new computer system for the office

b)

Updating HIPAA guidelines

c)

Refusing service to a patient

d)

Taking care of an argument between patients in the waiting area

Question 6 (2.5 points)

A disorganized reception area may convey to patients that

Question 6 options:

a)

there's a high level of efficiency.

b)

the doctor is out of the office.

c)

there's no computerized data system.

d)

an office doesn't know how to handle patient information.

Question 7 (2.5 points)

Which one of the following choices is an example of an acute condition?

Question 7 options:

a)

Earache

b)

Convulsions

c)

Plantar warts

d)

Fracture

Question 8 (2.5 points)

Many medical offices change _______ every 60 to 90 days for security purposes.

Question 8 options:

a)

tablets

b)

software

c)

passwords

d)

office staff members

Question 9 (2.5 points)

Which one of the following items should not be listed on a patient's sign-in sheet?

Question 9 options:

a)

Patient's name

b)

Reason for visit

c)

Physician's name

d)

Arrival time

Question 10 (2.5 points)

Younotice that the entire staff seems to be overwhelmed during peak hoursalmost every workday. Which scheduling method might be the cause ofthis?

Question 10 options:

a)

Modified wave scheduling

b)

Open office hours

c)

Grouping procedures

d)

Double-booking

Question 11 (2.5 points)

If you've been seen by a physician in the last three years, you'll be categorized as a/an _______ patient.

Question 11 options:

a)

established

b)

new

c)

triage

d)

recurring

Question 12 (2.5 points)

When arranging the waiting area, how wide should the open space be for wheelchairs?

Question 12 options:

a)

29-30 inches

b)

31-35 inches

c)

36-44 inches

d)

More than 45 inches

Question 13 (2.5 points)

PatientSmith is seen by the doctor today. The patient's next appointment isscheduled for four weeks from today. This process is known as

Question 13 options:

a)

wave scheduling.

b)

follow-up consulting.

c)

buffer timing.

d)

advanced booking.

Question 14 (2.5 points)

The length of time the average patient spends in a medical office is known as

Question 14 options:

a)

specified schedule time.

b)

cycle time.

c)

double booking.

d)

modified wave scheduling.

Question 15 (2.5 points)

Being organized and efficient is the first step in

Question 15 options:

a)

insurance processing.

b)

scheduling patients.

c)

making a checklist.

d)

entering patient information.

Question 16 (2.5 points)

Thedrawback to _______ scheduling is that some patients may not provideenough information about their medical problems at the time theappointment is scheduled.

Question 16 options:

a)

open-hours system

b)

double-booking

c)

procedure grouping

d)

specified time

Question 17 (2.5 points)

Seating that provides good support and can be easily _______ is most suitable for the patient reception area.

Question 17 options:

a)

replaced

b)

removed

c)

discarded

d)

cleaned

Question 18 (2.5 points)

Which one of the following choices could be a violation of HIPAA?

Question 18 options:

a)

The receptionist scheduled an appointment for one patient on the telephone while another patient waited at the front desk.

b)

The receptionist asked the patient to check that her address information is correct.

c)

The office manager took a business call on her mobile phone on the way to work.

d)

The receptionist and office manager privately discussing a patient's condition at lunch in a restaurant.

Question 19 (2.5 points)

Allowing time in a schedule for emergency appointments is called creating

Question 19 options:

a)

time patterns.

b)

advanced booking.

c)

tickler files.

d)

triage.

Question 20 (2.5 points)

Which one of the following choices could be considered a violation of HIPAA?

Question 20 options:

a)

Using a sign-in sheet in the waiting room

b)

Forgetting to make a copy of the patient's insurance card

c)

Discussing patient name and address information loudly in front of other patients

d)

Placing an appointment list on the top of a stack of patient records

Question 21 (2.5 points)

Which one of the following choices could create a communication barrier when speaking with patients?

Question 21 options:

a)

Asking them questions to better understand their situation

b)

Using medical terminology and abbreviations

c)

Making direct eye contact

d)

Moving out of the patient's personal space

Question 22 (2.5 points)

_______ is the willingness or ability to understand what a patient is feeling because you have experienced the same feelings.

Question 22 options:

a)

Nonverbal communication

b)

Verbal communication

c)

Empathy

d)

Sympathy

Question 23 (2.5 points)

Amedical assistant asks a patient, "Would you say the pain is low,moderate, or severe?" This is an example of what type of question?

Question 23 options:

a)

Close-ended

b)

Open-ended

c)

Probing

d)

Leading

Question 24 (2.5 points)

Whichone of the following choices was created by the CDC to ensure thesafety of healthcare workers no matter what type of healthcare facilitythey work in?

Question 24 options:

a)

Universal precautions

b)

RACE

c)

GCFI

d)

Material Safety Data Sheets

Question 25 (2.5 points)

Where is the physician office required to keep the MSDS?

Question 25 options:

a)

In a locked filing cabinet

b)

In the computer system

c)

In the HAZCOM binder

d)

With HIPAA

Question 26 (2.5 points)

Which one of the following incidents must be reported to the police?

Question 26 options:

a)

A prescription pad is discovered missing.

b)

A patient slips and falls on the wet floor.

c)

A patient overhears a confidential discussion about another patient.

d)

A medical assistant receives a needlestick.

Question 27 (2.5 points)

Aphysician writes a prescription, and then the medical assistant callsthe prescription into the local pharmacy. The prescription representswhich part of the communication process?

Question 27 options:

a)

Source

b)

Message

c)

Channel

d)

Receiver

Question 28 (2.5 points)

Aphysician writes a prescription, and then the medical assistant callsthe prescription in to the local pharmacy. Calling in the prescriptionrepresents which part of the communication process?

Question 28 options:

a)

Source

b)

Message

c)

Channel

d)

Receiver

Question 29 (2.5 points)

If a sheet of paper from the notepad you use to take proper messages has patient information on it, it must be

Question 29 options:

a)

shredded.

b)

thrown away.

c)

erased.

d)

given to the patient.

Question 30 (2.5 points)

When should a medical assistant wear a face shield?

Question 30 options:

a)

Routinely as part of PPE

b)

Whenever possible spray with infectious materials is anticipated

c)

If gross contamination of clothing during a procedure is expected

d)

If contact with an open wound is expected

Question 31 (2.5 points)

Younotice that Mrs. Jones always plays with her phone case while thedoctor summarizes her treatment. The patient may have which type oflearning style?

Question 31 options:

a)

Auditory

b)

Visual

c)

Kinesthetic

d)

Mixed

Question 32 (2.5 points)

Which one of the following choices is a sign of a good listener?

Question 32 options:

a)

Typing notes while the speaker is talking

b)

Judging what the person says to provide an immediate response

c)

Crossing your arms and sighing

d)

Asking questions to clarify something the speaker said

Question 33 (2.5 points)

If an employee refuses the hepatitis B vaccine, he or she

Question 33 options:

a)

must sign a waiver.

b)

must be informed that the vaccine can't be refused.

c)

must have a note from the doctor.

d)

can't work as an employee.

Question 34 (2.5 points)

To determine in which order multiple calls should be handled, medical office assistants should

Question 34 options:

a)

perform telephone triage.

b)

review policies and procedures.

c)

follow the script.

d)

ask the physician.

Question 35 (2.5 points)

Theoffice manager quit after she was exposed to possibly contaminatedblood. According to OSHA, the physician must keep the former employee'srecord proving that she reviewed the exposure control plan andinformation about the exposure for how long?

Question 35 options:

a)

3 months

b)

3 years

c)

13 years

d)

30 years

Question 36 (2.5 points)

Whenmaking reminder calls and doing callbacks, if the person who answersthe phone is not the patient and asks you why you are calling, youshould

Question 36 options:

a)

explain the details of the patient's condition and follow-up care.

b)

require the person to provide identifying information about the patient.

c)

explain that the reason for your call is none of the person's business.

d)

explain that confidentiality laws prevent you from revealing that information to anyone other than the patient.

Question 37 (2.5 points)

A person's values, attitudes, and behaviors is known as the person's

Question 37 options:

a)

character.

b)

attitude.

c)

prejudice.

d)

behavior.

Question 38 (2.5 points)

Which one of the following choices is one of the most important ways to help keep an office running smoothly?

Question 38 options:

a)

Screen telephone calls properly.

b)

Use the caller ID function.

c)

Perform callbacks regularly.

d)

User a speakerphone for easier multitasking.

Question 39 (2.5 points)

When should new medical assistants be trained on office emergency policies and procedures?

Question 39 options:

a)

Before hiring them

b)

On the first day

c)

Within the first month

d)

Varies depending on the state

Question 40 (2.5 points)

Clearly articulating your words on the telephone refers to

Question 40 options:

a)

clarity.

b)

enunciation.

c)

pitch.

d)

inflection.

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What will youdo? Will you be better off investing the money and then buying a house in 5years (remember same price house will have appreciated 8% per year) or buyingthe house now. Provide details of your choice and logic. If you decide to buy ahouse now please show your financials in 5 years.

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Please address professor's comments and questions to Strategic Marketing Plan Part 1

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Lt The Department Of Veteran S Affairs Gt

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I want you to identify a specificpublic service (The Department of Veteran’s Affairs) organization that has recently undergone a major change or reform; or a specific public service organization that might change as a result of pending legislative action. Another option would be to discuss a change to a nonprofit organization.

The paper should be In APA style. 2500- 4000 Word and must use at least 10 sources for reference

Organize your paper with the following sections and be sure to answer all questions in each section:

1) BACKGROUND

  • What is the organization?
  • What does this organization do?
  • What is the reform or proposed change (please be specific)?
  • What were the drivers of the change?
  • Were they internal or external?
  • What level (individual, group, or organizational) is the change occurring?

2) LEADERSHIP: WHO IS THE CURRENT LEADER OF THIS ORGANIZATION?

  • Did the events driving the change occur when he/she was in charge?
  • Based on your research, do they appear to be transformational or transactional? Why or why not?

3) BARRIERS TO CHANGE

  • What are the environmental barriers to change?
  • Are resources available to support the change?
  • Is there a consensus on what the goal of the change should be?
  • How are the organization’s employees likely to respond to the proposed changes? Why might employees resist change?

4) STRATEGIES FOR SUCCESSFUL CHANGE

  • Based on the readings for this class, what advice would you give to this organization to successfully implement the proposed changes or reforms?
  • Specifically, how might a leader overcome the barriers to change that you have identified?

(Solved): 020 Connection 11 Question Description For this assignment,...

020 Connection 11

Question Description

For this assignment, carefully review the information fragments below:

A SENTENCE FRAGMENT fails to be a sentence in the sense that it cannot stand by itself. It does not contain even one complete thought. (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.

Information on Fragments (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.

SentenceFragments.

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Fragments-and-Runons Worksheet

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Save and submit your assignment.

When you have completed the assignment, save a copy for yourself in an easily accessible place and submit a copy to your instructor using the dropbox.

Submitting Your Assignment

  1. Please complete the assignment as a Word document.
  2. Click the +Submit Assignment link located in the right-hand column of the course window.
  3. Click the Choose File
  4. Navigate to your document and select it.
  5. Click the Submit Assignment

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020 Connection 13

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First, please review the lectures below on counter arguments:

Counter Arguments Lecture

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Step 2: Fill in the blanks with appropriate counter arguments and refutations.

Step 3: Save and submit the document here.

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(Solved): 020 Connection 14 Question Description For this assignment,...

020 Connection 14

Question Description

For this assignment, carefully review the information on MLA from last week's module (it is the first thing under the Week 13 module).

Then, complete the MLA-Bibliographic-Citations-Worksheet.

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Submission Details:

Save and submit your assignment.

When you have completed the assignment, save a copy for yourself in an easily accessible place and submit a copy to your instructor using the dropbox.

Submitting Your Assignment

  1. Please complete the assignment as a Word document.
  2. Click the +Submit Assignment link located in the right-hand column of the course window.
  3. Click the Choose File
  4. Navigate to your document and select it.
  5. Click the Submit Assignment

***If you do not want to download the file, print and circle, you can just put the correct letters for each answer on a separate Word doc and attach that.

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