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How Factories have Changed Before and After Internet of Things : A Comparison Instructions and warnings: first: fill in the progress report after that start writing the report The

 

How Factories have Changed Before and After Internet of Things : A Comparison

Instructions and warnings:

first: fill in the progress report after that start writing the report

The report must contain:

1- At least 1600 words

2- An introduction, Comparison in two body paragraphs, and in conclusion 

3- It must not be plagiarism. You should be writing by using your own ideas.

4-The report must contain at least 6 source to support the facts or anything you write 

5- Get the top 6 sources and don't use Wikipedia. You should search on trusted and famous sites like BBC

4- To understand how to write the report, carefully read the attached files bellow.

5- Please do not give this report to anyone else.

Write down all the sources you used here

It should be written in the same way as these source, and please do not use them:

References

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Hodge, M. (2020, April 21). Rio Tinto PLC ADR. Morningstar, Inc. https://www. morningstar.com/stocks/xnys/rio/quote

Jamasmie, C. (2020, April 3). Rio faces investor rebellion over Oyu Tolgoi. Mining.Com. https://www.mining.com/rio-tinto-grapples-with-fresh-investor-revolt-over-mongolia-mine/

Nicholas, L. (2020, April 17). Rio Tinto experiences recovering demand in China for iron ore product. Small Caps. https://smallcaps.com.au/rio-tinto-experiences-reco vering-demand-china-iron-ore-product/

NYSE. (2020, October 26). Apple Inc. StockCharts. https://stockcharts.com/h-sc/ui?s=AAPL

Premsingh, M. (2019, November 26). Why even 625% returns don’t convince me to invest in this FTSE 100 share. The New York Times. https://www.fool.co.uk /investin g/2019/11/26/why-even-625-returns-dont-convince-me-to-invest-in-this-ftse-100-share/

Rio Tinto dividend payout ratio. (2020, April 6). Gurufocus. https://www.gurufo cus.com/term/payout/NYSE:RIO/Dividend-Payout-Ratio/Rio-Tinto-PLC

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MEMORANDUM

TO: Mr. Josh Billam, instructor, English 214

FROM: Hamad Al-Ghanim (AME) 201853720, English 214-07 AA

DATE: 19 June 2021

SUBJECT: Progress Report for library research project:

Provisional title: “How Factories have Changed Before and After Internet of Things : A Comparison”

I. INTRODUCTION

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II. WORK COMPLETED

A. Sources

I have found five potential sources so far and have read four of them. (See the working bibliography below.) I have written source evaluations for three of the listed sources, and have made 28 note cards for them. Two of the sources below are full-text PDF articles found using the Library’s Summon search engine; two were found on the Internet using Google Scholar and Magportal, respectively; and one was found in the Library’s print collection of current journals.

Fedoroff, N. V., Battisti, D. S., Cooper, P. J., Hodges, C. N., Beachy, R. N., Fischoff,

D. A., . . .Zhu, J. K. (2010). Radically rethinking agriculture for the 21st century.

Science, 327(5297), 833-834. doi: 10.1126/science.1186834

Gomiero, T., Pimentel, D., & Paoletti, M. G. (2011). Is there a need for a more

sustainable agriculture? Critical Reviews in Plant Sciences, 30(3), 6-23.

Parris, K. (2011). Impact of agriculture on water pollution in OECD countries.

Water Resources Development,27(1), 33-52. doi: 10.1080/07900627.2010.531898

Scheierling, S. M., Loomis, J. B., & Young, R. A. (2006).Irrigation water demand: A meta-

analysis of price elasticities. Water Resources Research, 42, Retrieved from

http://www.agu.org/pubs/crossref/2006/2005WR004009.shtml

B. Preliminary outline

I have developed my initial rough plan into the following two-level topic outline:

INTRODUCTION

I. first Comparison about ————

II. second Comparison about ————

III. Comparison about ————

CONCLUSION

C. Source evaluations

ENGLISH 214SOURCE EVALUATION # 1

NAME: Ali Al-Ali ID: 201012340 SEC/SN: 99 / 28

REPORT TITLE (Provisional): The Effects of the Chernobyl Nuclear Disaster

1. THE SOURCE

How long is your source? 3 pages.

How did you find the source?: I typed in “Chernobyl nuclear disaster effects” into the Summon search

engine. This article was the third on the list.

Write a complete APA reference for your source:

Day, A. (2011, September 18) Cleaning up the Chernobyl mess. BBC News.

Retrieved from http://www.bbc.co.uk/science/123BD33

2. SUMMARY OF THE SOURCE

In about100 words, summarize the main points of your source.

This article discusses the main effects of the Chernobyl nuclear explosion that

happened in Ukraine in 1986. It firstly explains the main cause of the disaster,

human error, and then discusses the main effects both in the local area and in

Europe as a whole. It gives statistics on the number of people who became ill

with cancer over the following 20 years and it describes how farming in Europe

was severely affected for several years. It concludes with the methods used to try

and clean up the radioactivity that had fallen in Europe.

3. EVALUATION:

In about 100 words, explain why you chose this source for your report.

Relevance: connect relevant parts of the source with your outline.

Article: what level is it? How up-to-date is the information?

Publication / website / author: are they reputable, unbiased and knowledgeable?

I chose this article because it is all relevant to the main parts of my report. It

Contains information about the type of nuclear plant, which fits in my Background

Section and it has some brief information about the reasons for the explosion,

which belongs in the Causes section of my report. Most of the article, however, is

concerned with my main idea, which is the effects of the explosion and the problem

of cleaning up.

The BBC is a reliable website and the level of the article is aimed at the average

reader. The article is quite new, about six months old, so it has the latest information

about the disaster. I googled the author, Agnes Day, and she has been the BBC’s

science editor for the past 15 years so is knowledgeable on this subject.

ENGLISH 214SOURCE EVALUATION # 2

NAME: Ali Al-Ali ID: 201012340 SEC/SN: 99 / 28

REPORT TITLE (Provisional): The Effects of the Chernobyl Nuclear Disaster

1. THE SOURCE

How long is your source? 3 pages.

How did you find the source?: I typed in “Chernobyl nuclear disaster effects” into the Summon search

engine. This article was the third on the list.

Write a complete APA reference for your source:

Day, A. (2011, September 18) Cleaning up the Chernobyl mess. BBC News.

Retrieved from http://www.bbc.co.uk/science/123BD33

2. SUMMARY OF THE SOURCE

In about100 words, summarize the main points of your source.

This article discusses the main effects of the Chernobyl nuclear explosion that

happened in Ukraine in 1986. It firstly explains the main cause of the disaster,

human error, and then discusses the main effects both in the local area and in

Europe as a whole. It gives statistics on the number of people who became ill

with cancer over the following 20 years and it describes how farming in Europe

was severely affected for several years. It concludes with the methods used to try

and clean up the radioactivity that had fallen in Europe.

3. EVALUATION:

In about 100 words, explain why you chose this source for your report.

Relevance: connect relevant parts of the source with your outline.

Article: what level is it? How up-to-date is the information?

Publication / website / author: are they reputable, unbiased and knowledgeable?

I chose this article because it is all relevant to the main parts of my report. It

Contains information about the type of nuclear plant, which fits in my Background

Section and it has some brief information about the reasons for the explosion,

which belongs in the Causes section of my report. Most of the article, however, is

concerned with my main idea, which is the effects of the explosion and the problem

of cleaning up.

The BBC is a reliable website and the level of the article is aimed at the average

reader. The article is quite new, about six months old, so it has the latest information

about the disaster. I googled the author, Agnes Day, and she has been the BBC’s

science editor for the past 15 years so is knowledgeable on this subject.

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How Factories have Changed Before and After Internet of Things : A Comparison

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The foremost reason why KFUPM students should obtain part-time jobs is to increase job

opportunities. Part-time jobs help students form realistic conceptions of the work environment. This

gives them a better understanding of the nature of work and renders them preferable workers due to

their awareness and competence. According to Maverick (2015), eight out of ten business owners favor

applicants with former work experience, regardless of the field. This means that students who have

taken part-time jobs are more competent in the market field than those who have not, as a result, they

are considered as high in demand, which means they have better odds of having an occupation right

after graduation. Also, part-time jobs can lead to networking opportunities which can help students

when they are looking for a full-time job. Johnson (2016) states that part-time jobs expand connections,

which leads to increased job chances. This means that part-time jobs can provide students with better

chances of acquiring prominent and distinguished positions. So, having part-time jobs can prepare

students mentally and help them build up their connections which brings about more life opportunities.

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Term Report

Sources

Finding your sources

You must use four to five sources to write your term report. Your choice of sources is very important.

Choosing ‘good’ sources makes it easier to write your report. Choosing bad sources makes it difficult.

Some sources are likely to be unsuitable. Avoid academic journals. They are usually too difficult. Avoid

blogs or ‘open’ sources. Contributors may not be experts. Good sources are encyclopedias for basic

background information, reputable websites, magazines like Popular Science and The Economist and

general-interest magazines such as Time and Newsweek. Quality newspapers such as the Arab News and

Saudi Gazette are also very good sources.

Your teacher may set particular guidelines for the sources you find. For example, he may expect

sources to be fairly new (published within, say, the last one or two years); he may expect sources to

adhere to a minimum and maximum length (e.g., between one and five pages long, he will expect you to

use reputable websites and read online sources whose authors have a relevant background; he may

forbid certain websites, such as Wikipedia. Following your teacher’s guidelines will affect your report

grade so be sure you fully understand them before you begin your research.

Find your sources through the Internet by entering specific search terms into a search engine such as

Google. Your teacher will give you some basic classroom instruction in research methodology,

particularly in the choice of effective search terms.

Evaluating your sources

Whenever you find a potential source, you must first evaluate it before you can start using it to write

your report. Using effective search terms will increase your chances of finding relevant sources but many

of the sources you find which look useful at first glance may turn out to be irrelevant after you have read

them critically. The following points set out the criteria that will help you evaluate your sources.

1. Is the source relevant?

Your chances of finding relevant sources will increase if you use more specific search terms. For example,

using “Three Gorges Dam environmental impacts” is likely to yield more relevant sources than simply

using “Three Gorges Dam. In order to write your source evaluation later, you will also need to be able to

connect specific information in the source with the corresponding topics in your evolving plan. If you

can’t, your source will not be relevant.

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2. Is the source written at an appropriate level?

Your search may turn up some sources that are too difficult to understand and others that are too

simple. Choose your sources carefully: if you cannot understand them, you cannot use them.

3. Is the article biased?

A biased article is written from one particular point of view and so does not give a balanced or objective

account of an issue. If you detect bias in an article, you may still be able to use the information in your

report but introduce such ideas as opinion rather than fact: for example, “the environmental group

claims that … .”

4. Is the author competent?

An author could be one or more individuals, a government department, an organization, an online action

group, and so on. Often, online sources and even certain reputable magazines like The Economist publish

anonymous articles. As a general rule, it is always better to use reputable sources with named authors.

Presenting a source evaluation

You must use four sources to write your term report and you must present a source evaluation for ONE

of them as the final minute of your oral presentation.

• Source evaluation

Where did you find the article?

How old is the article?

What is the audience for the article?

Is the Author qualified?

Is there any bias?

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ENGL 214

Progress Report (10%)

Academic & Professional Communication

1

ENGLISH 214 ACADEMIC & PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION

Aims

To introduce the source evaluation

To overview its parts

To learn about source evaluations

ENGLISH 214 ACADEMIC & PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION

1. signal phrase + author + (year, page), + citation.

According to the Ministry of Food (2013) Josh makes the best kabsa.

2. citation + (author, year, page).

Josh makes the best kabsa (Ministry of Food, 2013).

3. author + (year, page) + reporting verb + citation.

The Ministry of Food (2013) stated that “Josh makes the best kabsa” (p. 3).

Check homework

ENGLISH 214 ACADEMIC & PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION

Weeks 3,4

Week 8

Weeks 5,6,7

Week 1,2

The report writing process

Select topic

Is topic too general?

Narrow topic

Purpose statement

Write 2 level outline

Are the sources good enough?

Take notes

Submit

Proposal

Is the proposal approved?

Source evaluations

Submit Progress report

Write first draft (in class)

Write introduction, conclusion and references page

Revise and

edit:

Content, organization, style

Check spelling, punctuation, grammar, referencing

Write final copy

Submit to Turnitin

Get more sources

Modify proposal

Find sources

Write 3 level outline

yes

no

no

yes

yes

no

ENGLISH 214 ACADEMIC & PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION

Source

Parts of this slide are adapted or taken from the document “Summaries & abstracts; source evaluations; notes & outlines; progress report; quotation” (Dale, 2012)

ENGLISH 214 ACADEMIC & PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION

PRE-

REPORT

20%

15%

10%

FINAL REPORT

ORAL PRESENTATION

Report:

The report is a priority in this course.

The pre-report, final report, and presentation are worth almost half of the course grade.

If you are going to screw something up, do it with another assessment.

45%

ENGLISH 214 ACADEMIC & PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION

The Progress Report (10%)

The purpose of a progress report is to inform the reader of the current status of a particular project.

This type of report is common in both study and work environments.

It shows:

how much progress has been made so far on the project;

what problems have been encountered and how those problems were solved;

how much work remains to be completed together with a schedule for completing it.

PROGRESS

ENGLISH 214 ACADEMIC & PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION

In English 214…

you submit a progress report for your major report at about the half-way stage of your research project.

It is written as a memorandum addressed to your teacher and consists of the following four sections:

I. Introduction

II. Work Completed

III. Problems & Solutions

IV. Work to be Completed

ENGLISH 214 ACADEMIC & PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION

MEMORANDUM

At the top of your memorandum page, write the identification details: the recipient’s name and title; your name, major, ID number, section number and serial number; the subject of the memorandum; and, finally, the provisional title of the report. If you are sure that you will not modify this title, you can omit the word ‘provisional.’

ENGLISH 214 ACADEMIC & PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION

I. INTRODUCTION (100-150 words)

Your purpose statement should (a) show a narrowed, focused topic and (b) clearly link your major with the theme of the semester.

Provide your reader with some background about your topic such as any necessary definitions or historical and theoretical description.

Also explain why your topic is an important one.

ENGLISH 214 ACADEMIC & PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION