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    Fireside Chat Observation

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    In the wake of outlining this assessment and clarifying the importance of it to the students, I'll let them know that there were four specific things that I was evaluating amid this activity. The rubric for the task has four key things that I am utilizing to judge students execution, which depended on their parts. One, the part of the researcher. Did they keep the group on undertaking, offer the group some assistance with understanding the document, did they give foundation information of said document, and so on. Two, the part of the summarizer. Both students in the groups will have the summarization role. Nonetheless, I'm hoping to check whether they incorporated all the primary purposes of the Fireside Chat. Three, the part of the illustrator.…

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    protecting troop ships and supplies against submarines on the high seas. We have already received telegrams from some of our fighting men overseas, and I only wish they could tell you what they think of the stoppage of work in the coalmines.” Fireside chats were a tool that President Franklin D. Roosevelt used as a means of reassuring the American people, and boosting morale. The quotation given was spoken by FDR during his Fireside chat on May 2, 1943, which was made in regards to the…

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    with the public he needed to address rumors and counter them with reliable facts even if those facts are hard to take. In his fireside chat on February 23, 1942, he spoke of Pearl Harbor, the rumors had reported over a thousand planes had been lost along with a number of ships. Roosevelt while addressing the public explained the bombing destroyed only three ships. Underestimating the power of the rumor is a mistake. Rumors can erode morale, confidence, focus and determination fast, which will…

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    The country was falling apart and the people had very little hope things would change. When Roosevelt spoke, he spoke with confidence and inspired a shared vision of a better America. He did so by enlisting American’s help and charging them to work together. Roosevelt realized to overcome the challenges America faced at the time; he needed to the paint the picture for others to see what he saw. Roosevelt was an idealist and his fundamental believe was service. Every opportunity he had to speak…

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    their value to obtain the value of democracy. This is the contract of America” (p. 58). By thinking and expressing himself in terms of contracts, he was making efforts to prevent disputes and disappointment. He was doing what other successful leaders did by clearly setting expectations for all stakeholders. Alexrod described Roosevelt as determined, optimistic, communicative, compassionate and empowering, characteristics important in his success to fulfill his duty and service to the America.…

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    FDR’s First Fireside Chat The fireside chats of President Franklin D. Roosevelt (FDR), instilled an assurance and hope in the citizens of the United States (US) though the Great depression and World War 2 (WWII). In total he did 31 fireside chats during his four terms a president. In his first chat he wanted to assure the people that the stock market crash of 1929 would be taken care of and how he would take care of it. He was a poster child of servant leadership. He wanted to make sure that…

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    market crash of October 1929, which cause panic, and demolished great sums of investors (History.com, The Great Depression). Not only that, but during the time of need, unemployment rates drastically changed, when they went up an entire 21 percent in only 3 years. So the real question is, was the New Deal a total success, or a failure? I believe, due to the countless evidence from multiple reliable, primary sources, that the New Deal was a success. This is because of the impressive drop in…

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    Findings Layout of the Forum Discord is set up so that the creation of individual communities is possible. In order to start a community, a server is created. This is the community with the largest number of people. The server used by this community, for instance, was labeled the ‘No Chill Zone’, as a satyrical reference to a pop phrase used on the internet (“_____ has no chill.”). Within the server, there are text channels. These include pictures, text, and video. Voice channels are…

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    Essay about The romantic elements in "The daffodils" Williams Wordworth William Wordsworth's "Daffodils" incorporates the ideas and aspects that are essential in poetry from the Romantic movement. Various peaceful images of nature, including a field of daffodils, possess human qualities in the poem. These natural images express Wordsworth's self-reflections, whether it be tranquil solitude at the beginning of the poem or excitement about being in the company of daffodils at the…

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    U Chat Analysis

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    Overview The web application that we will be developing is called U-Chat (University Chat). U-Chat is a versatile chat room web service in which the users you communicate with consist of people from the same University. U-Chat can be used by a wide number of users from Universities across the US; the primary audience for this application being college students. Secondary users would include University faculty and parents. U-Chat consists of a login page in which users can either choose to sign…

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