Unit.4 essay As the 19th century began differences between the south and north began to upraise. These differences mainly focused on the economy since it had different economic bases causing to have different interests. Having different economies also affected the social life which led to have social differences. The north had major social and economic differences. Starting with the differences they had, a main one was the economy, the north was industrial. The economy or the north was primarily based on manufacturing. As the north had a strong economic boom many industries began. With this many immigrants came to the north due to many reasons such as poverty and persecution. Since immigrants provided low wage, many immigrants from Europe began working in factories and producing goods used by people in the north. Though very different the south and north worked together. The north and the south were affiliated. Many factories began producing textiles with the cotton grown in the south. The south economy unlike the north was based on agriculture. Cotton, tobacco, rice, sugar cane, and indigo were sold as cash crops. After Eli Whitney’s invention of the cotton gin cotton production became easier. The south became a one-crop economy “Cotton Is King.” As the production if cotton increased more slaves were needed; slavery became essential to the south’s economy. The social life in the north was determined by life in the cities. Both religion and education were organized. There were schools and churches in most towns. Although very few boys and almost no girls went on to secondary school. In addition college was reserved for the wealthy. Though social roles were more flexible with no permanent underclass. The northern ideal…
Unit 4: Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) Definition
“Users” are everyone who has access to any of Richman Investments IT systems. This includes permanent employees and also temporary employees, contractors, agencies, consultants, suppliers, customers and business partners.
“Systems” means all IT equipment that connects to the corporate network or access corporate applications. This includes, but is not limited to, desktop computers, laptops, smartphones, tablets, printers, data and voice…
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GED250 – World Religions
Question 2: Describe in detail the set of religious observances known as the Five Pillars of Islam.
The Five Pillars of Islam are the five basic aspects of life that the Muslim faith’s framework is built on. They are identified as the confession of faith, prayer, giving to the poor, fasting and the pilgrimage to Mecca.
Shahadah, or declaration of faith, is to say “there is no god but God.” It is a way for a person to show that…
Section A Introduction.
For the purpose of this assessment I have researched and based the unit upon Key Stage one, which cover the primary academic years one and two; the age ranges of the children within these years are between five and seven years of age. Children of this age must attend a primary school; in addition the school can be of their parents own choosing this is in order for children to have their educational learning needs met within the specific sector of children and young…
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GED108 unit 4
Q2: What are the four categories of human environmental hazards? Give examples of each.
There are four major categories of human environmental hazards, the biological, physical, chemical, and cultural. There are many different hazards in the world but they all belong to one of the four majors.
The first hazard is physical, like natural disasters. These are hazards that can be life threatening, such as floods or earthquakes. These are kinds of things that can…
Business Communication (4 of 4)
Rahela Begum, Clive Beech, Prem Waatess
Qualification suite covered
BTEC Extended Diploma in Business Level 3
BTEC Subsidiary Diploma in Business Level 3
Unit 4: Business Communication
Learning aims covered
Learning aim 4:
Part a (Electronic methods)
1) From the list below produce a table and choose three methods of electronic methods that…
Principles of safequarding and protection in health and social care.
1.1Define the following type of abuse:
Physical abuse: It ocours when person is phisically ill treated and it might cause physical injury. In care environment it also means that person re not supported in adequate way and it might cause them physical discomfort e.g, using wron size sling which might hurt individual arm or being to „rough” . Sometimes what is normal touch for us it might be painfull for someone who…
UNIT 4: Introduction to Duty of Care in Health, Social Care or Children`s and young People`s setting.
1. Understand the implications of duty of care.
1.1 Duty of care is the legal obligation to safeguard others including the people you support, their families, other co-workers and any others you come into contact with whilst doing your job. However these people also have a duty of care to you. I.e. Employers have a duty of care towards their staff and clients and their families have a duty of care…
[u04d1] Unit 4 Discussion 1
Peer Review – Annotated Outline 100/100
Discussion Participation Scoring Guide.
Guidelines for Effective Peer Review.
The purpose of this discussion is to provide, and receive, peer feedback on the Unit 3 assignment, Annotated Outline.
In the discussion in Unit 3, you posted your Annotated Outline, along with a brief description of your project direction. This discussion is the next step: providing peer reviews for two of your peers. Post your peer reviews…
Understanding the Principles and Practices
Of Internally Assuring the Quality of Assessment
Understand how to internally maintain and improve the quality of assessment
4.1 – 4.3
As a QA I must regularly observe my assessors and team and give regular feedback in order to uphold and maintain the integrity of the award and the awarding body and in result also upholding public confidence in the scheme in question. This is also to be seen as a form of…
Unit 4 - Principles of Customer Service
You are working in a business as a customer services advisor. You have been given the task of assisting the customer service manager to prepare training materials for new staff. To do this, you will need to investigate how customer service is provided in other businesses. You will then use your research to create training materials that new staff can use to learn about providing good customer service.
1. Describe 3 examples of the different types of customer…