summarative assignment:

summarative assignment:

Please mention a quote regards to children’s literature by Mel Gilbson from NorthUmbria.
Please kindly answer all questions that mention in the handbook module that upload in the aIDitional materials.

1. You may select one book but it must be an illustrated book and not a children’s picture book. OR

2. You may select two books but one must be an illustrated book and one a children’s picture book. OR

3. You may select three books and one must be a children’s picture book.

Selection of theme/issue

Select a common theme you can find from the book/books selected mention in the modules, which has upload in the aIDitional materials. However, there can be several themes/issues cited in the books selected, depending on how one look at it. Its acceptable.

Examples mention in handbook/module:

Picture Books:
1) Rossie Walk €“ by Pat Hutchins (1968) Themes: Farm Animals/Humor
2) We’re Going On A Bear Hunt €“ Author: Rosen, Michael illustrator: Helen Oxenbury (1989)

Illustrated Books:
1) Looking for JJ by Anne Cassidy (2004)
2) PiggyBook by Anthony Browne

As it is a bachelor(hons) degree so I required a professional and scholar standard, it must be 4000 words and not exceed. Times New Roman, double spacing. Please read more instructions or informations in the upload aIDitional materials. Sources/References: 8-12, must be published with author name and year etc. No careless mistake so please check spellings, grammar, vocabulary and etc. deliver a remarkable paper free of plagiarism please. Please check plagiarism.

This is how you can get started in doing your assignment. A kind of a checklist for you too.
1st Step
1. Select a common theme for the books you have selected.
2. Search the internet for the many reviews done on the books selected.
3. Take not of the similarities and differences identified from these review.
4. What you learn from this review is only to be taken as a guide to your analysis.

2nd Step
1. Look at all the questions asked from the power point notes.
2. Strike off questions that overlap.
3. From the questions identify key points such as: genre, overall story structure , plot, character, settings, ideology, narration, audience
– What the author and the reader have to say on these key points and link to the theories
-reader’s response theory €“ the demands of and closed texts (session 1)
-Does the book promote good textual health ? Yes or no, state evidence (session 2)
-Critically analyse on the complexity of picture book and illustrated book (session 3)
-Critically analyse on the irony, parody and intertextuality of these books (session 4)
-Critically analyse on the suitability of the story (Session 5)
– Does the book encourage or enable the reader to think, link, fill gaps, read actively (i.e. engage ideas beyond face value)? -provide evidence
– Does it create a complex, multi-layered experience for reader?-provide evidence
-Do you consider the book as classic? Yes or No state why?
-Explore the issues of sexism or gender discrimination in the books you selected (session 6)
-Explore the approach and ideologies (session 6)
-Do you consider this book quality ? typical’, cliched and stereotyped / didactic? create a multi layered experience for the reader ? Provide evidence. (session 7)
– When are these books written and when and how were they written (session 7 page 2 of yr slides)
Nodelman’s theory on quality of books
-Answer the all seminar questions for your critical analysis on the books selected which I did not state here.

-After consolidating and synthesizing some key points, link to the statement : of necessity, children book must be simple€¦€¦€¦..

Your critical analysis must take in view of the theme/issues you identified in the stories selected.


quality management

quality management

Define and discuss quality management, the evolution of the quality improvement movement, and implications of public health for health care organizations to implement national quality initiatives?
Define risk management, the components of a risk management program, and how the risk management process can reduce organizational risk. Examine the roles and responsibilities of a risk manager as well as those of the clinical delivery team, including physicians. Recognize the regulatory requirements and standards associated with federal mandates, including HIPAA, and accreditation. Examine risk management methodologies, strategies, and tools. Recognize the financial and risk correlation for organizational profit and loss.

Research in Business and Management

Research in Business and Management
Project description
This Assignment is designed so that you can demonstrate these learning outcomes:
1. Frame a research topic
2. Construct a literature review


I am asking you to write a critical review of literature on one of two set topics. The critical review is a stage that precedes any piece of academic research. It surveys, in a focused way, the available writing and research, in order to establish what is known and what is not known about the subject. This wider knowledge is important in helping you to design your own research project.

Details of the task

You should produce a critical review of literature based on one of the following topic areas:

1. Women have to overcome organisational hazards if they wish to succeed in their careers.
2. Degree outcome for students is a function of their intrinsic characteristics and
learning abilities.

NB. I want you to develop your own more focused title or research question, so read the following guidance note before starting your literature review.

Your objective in this critical literature review is to survey the literature on one of these topics. However, it is up to you to find your own focus for the review. You might explore your own interests, focus on specific issue or a specific area within the topic. You might explore your own academic specialism. Think about issues based in specific industries or learning strategies, and so on.
Devise your own title or research question to reflect your focus. You can refine the focus as you start to review the literature and develop your knowledge of the topic.
A critical literature review is not just a summary of a few published sources on the topic that you happen to find. You need to be systematic in your search for relevant, good quality, academic sources and to develop you own argument, using these sources to support that argument as it develops. You also need to subject the sources to critical analysis’. Further information on what this means and how to go about it can be found by reading the relevant pages 100-105 in Collis and Hussey (2009).


The review should contain the following:
€¢ Title page, including in full the title that you have developed.
€¢ Introduction
€¢ Main body, which should also be organised under appropriate sub-headings or should have a clearly developed paragraph structure.
€¢ Conclusion
€¢ Word count
€¢ Harvard-style reference list

Assessment Criteria for Assignment

Logical Sequence and Development (30%)
Does your review have:
-A clear introduction to what follows in the review?
-A main body with clearly-defined subsections (or clearly signposted paragraph structure)?
-A linked and logical progression between sub-sections/paragraphs?
-A structure which moves from wider, general survey of the subject, to more specific, detailed focus?
-A conclusion that summarises what you know, what you do not know, and what insights you have developed about the subject?

Evidence of Background Reading (25%)
Does your review:
-Identify key authors in the field?
-Refer to specialist books?
-Refer to up-to-date research articles in academic journals?
-Not rely on questionable Internet sources
-Have a minimum of 15 references?

Critical Evaluation of Issues/Results (35%)
Does your review:
-Compare and contrast different theories, concepts and research findings?
-Highlight strengths and weaknesses in these theoretical arguments and research?
-Agree with/accept or disagree with/reject the arguments put forward by others?
-Synthesise and develop your own arguments and insights from these different points of view?
-Show how the limitations of the current work leave a gap for you to research?












Question 1

What is Tax Risk Management? (Word count 200)

Question 2

Why is Tax Risk Management so important? (Word count 200)

Question 3

Who is Tax Risk Management important for? (Word count 50)

Question 4

What is the role of a tax manager when it comes to Tax Risk Management? (Word count 200)

Question 5

Describe the most important Tax Risk and explain why you consider this risk as the most important one. (Word count 200)

Question 6

What can be done in order to reduce tax risk in a multinational corporation? (Word count 200)

Question 7

Why is it so important to identify and manage transfer pricing risk? (Word count 200)

Question 8

Why is Tax risk Management so important for the tax authorities? (Word count 200)

Record Controls

Record Controls

Paper instructions:

€¢    What conclusions can you draw about similarities and differences in circulation, tracking and security measures for records handling and storage within small, medium, and large facilities? Discuss reasons for these differences.

€¢    Consider how these differences affect other aspects of records management, and postulate consequences of staff not following those procedures properly.