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I have attached the picture of the assignment and couple of videos below. You need to listen to the words from the video provided and write the broad transciptions of those words. The assignment is very small and easy to follow. It is from the linguistics course, so you can use the IPA chart as tool for your help (if needed). Thank you!
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Answer this question in one to two paragraphs (10 points).

Dear writer, please find all readings attached.
Directions: The open-book exam is based on topics addressed in course readings and class discussions. It consists of three parts (Part A, Part B and Part C). Be sure to complete all parts. Your responses will be evaluated based on content (48 points) and use of academic writing conventions (2 points). If you quote from course readings in your responses to the exam questions, be sure to provide the source and page number for the quotation. Use of sources in addition to course readings is not required.
Part A. Define five (5) of the following terms in your own words. For each term, provide an example to clarify your definition (15 points). If you define all terms, only the first five will count.
Direct tests (3 points)
Norm-referenced tests (3 points)
Integrative tests (3 points)
Reliability coefficient (3 points)
Backwash (3 points)
Cloze tests (3 points)
Part B. Answer this question in one to two paragraphs (10 points).
Define validity. Then, discuss how two types of evidence for validity may be established for achievement tests.
Part C. Choose one of the following questions and respond to the question in a well-developed essay (4-5 well-developed paragraphs). (23 points).
Question 1
You teach an intermediate-level ESL writing class at an English Language Institute. The intermediate-level ESL writing course is designed to improve students’ skills in writing comparison and contrast, cause and effect, and argumentative essays. Students in your class come from diverse language and cultural backgrounds.
Note: If needed, you may add more specific information about the context of the course. 2
To answer this question:
• Create a writing prompt for the argumentative writing assignment and explain how your prompt addresses the content, language, task, and rhetorical variables discussed in Reid and Kroll’s guidelines for designing effective writing prompts (9 points).
• Explain how you plan to score the completed essays (i.e., whether you plan to use holistic scoring, analytical scoring or another scoring method) and justify your choice of the scoring method (7 points). There is no need to create a scoring rubric.
• Discuss the steps you plan to take to enhance the reliability of scoring (7 points).
Question 2
This question consists of three parts. Be sure to answer all parts.
• Drawing on specific interviewer strategies reported in Brown’s article “Interviewer variation and the co-construction of speaking proficiency,” explain how interviewers can influence the speaking proficiency of test candidates (9 points).
• Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of the oral proficiency interview as a method for testing speaking (7 points).
• Discuss the steps which may be taken to enhance the reliability of oral proficiency interviews (7 points).

Apa style – primary source – must include an open format questionnaire- new roman – size 12 – no bold fonts – must include speech and language delay in normal children and children with autism – and as the methodology i want to say that i choose this topic because of my brother and cousins who have autism – for the hypothesis and questionnaire i wish to have a questions to the mothers of children with language delays and to the doctors and speech therapists – 10 pages without the reference page “apa” also-

Apa style – primary source – must include an open format questionnaire- new roman – size 12 – no bold fonts – must include speech and language delay in normal children and children with autism – and as the methodology I want to say that I choose this topic because of my brother and cousins who have autism – for the hypothesis and questionnaire I wish to have a questions to the mothers of children with language delays and to the doctors and speech therapists – 10 pages without the reference page “apa” also- need to number each page but not the reference page – no italic – must be double spaced – black and white – appendix – if there is any questions i can send you an email from my previous work that my professor did not approve of

In this discussion, i would like you to research a non-profit/charitable organization and explain the supply chain challenges your chosen organization has faced and actions they may have put in place to mitigate the issues.

Everyone has heard of many supply chain-related problems since the pandemic. These problems have affected virtually every business and individual across the globe. In this discussion, I would like you to research a non-profit/charitable organization and explain the supply chain challenges your chosen organization has faced and actions they may have put in place to mitigate the issues. As you are researching and speaking with individuals in these organizations, I would suggest that you not lead them directly to challenges they have faced regarding supply chain issues. Instead, I would stay general and simply ask them how the pandemic has created challenges for them and what they have done in response.
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As they describe these to you, you can relate them back to SCM in your discussion post. The reason I suggest this is that some people you speak with might not understand the SCM functions and might not realize that the issues they faced were related to SCM. Please include related topics such as labor/employment shortages, rising costs, and supply/demand imbalances that might contribute to the challenges the organization is facing. Your research can include articles/videos on the internet or notes from interviews you may have had with the organization. Please include links to videos or articles found on the internet. Of course, if anyone has volunteered with a charitable organization, please explain the supply chain-related challenges that you have experienced. The post should be at least 100 words. All students are encouraged to respond to the posts of your fellow students and include your opinion of the subject.

I’m working on a linguistics practice test / quiz and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.

I’m working on a linguistics practice test / quiz and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.
I uploaded the file below. The textbook name is 22F-LING-119A-LEC-1 Applied Phonology. Also, I uploaded the lecture file.

Research approaches

title: The Impact of Educational Supervision on Improving Learning Outcomes in Saudi Arabia
Report classification:
1. introduction
2.statement of problem
3. Literature of review
4.research questions
5.research objectives
6. research approaches
7. significance of the study
8. scope of the study
9. limitation of the study
10. Hypothesis
11. References (last 5 years)
(2500 words minimum)

Consider as well the part politeness and face play in how these conversations work (or don’t work).”

DO NOT USE ANY OUTSIDE SOURCES. I am unable to select “0” sources. Thank you. The Files attached provide more instructions. Please complete exercise 8.5.
As mentioned in exercise 8.5. It says to take a look at exercise 8.7. to help you complete 8.5. Which is also attached in the files.

If it makes it easier as per my professor’s words “As the exercise describes, color code the conversation, and then write an analysis of the conversation. You do not need to follow their color coding, but please do indicate a key for your code! (you may follow their color code)
Your analysis should answer, at minimum, the following questions:
* What does Speaker A want out of this conversation?
* What does Speaker B want out of this conversation?
* Who gets what they want? (Both, one, the other, neither of them?)
Using your knowledge of vocabulary terms like minimal response, turn taking, conversational repair, etc, provide evidence for how successful this conversation was for each speaker. Consider as well the part politeness and face play in how these conversations work (or don’t work).”

As mentioned on the rubric:
Covers with examples: conversational structure (turn taking, interruptions, topic introduction); as well as gender and face/politeness.
Answers all parts of the prompt: Speaker A wants, Speaker B wants, Success and why
Stays on topic to answer the questions of the prompt—all info serves to support aspects of prompt questions