response 3 paper
i Need 2 response papers for two paper attachements with APA format and should follow Bellow instructions
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Attached two papers need two separate responses on them
Each response paper should be atleast 300 words
business continuity and disaster recovery
Scenario Paper Responses
Responses should highlight points about his or her submission that you agreed and disagreed with. Bring new knowledge or points to the topic. Do not restate every fact that was written in the author’s submission. Remember these are not opinion pieces. You must support your ideas and positions with facts when stating why you agree or disagree with a point. Disagreement with another’s position is a healthy part of the discussion. However, you should not degrade or demean your peers. This is unacceptable.
All students are required to read and respond to at least one peer’s scenario submission. Unless otherwise noted, your response must:
- Be at least 300 words
- The purpose of the responses is to ask questions, gain clarity, share experiences, or give additional insight and perspective. Just stating, “I agree” “Good job” or “I liked your paper” is not a substantial or acceptable response.
- APA format
- Your response should not be formatted as a letter or any other type of informal correspondence. It should not start with greetings, e.g., Dear Fred, Hi Steve, or Hello class. Similarly, it should not end with an informal statement, e.g., Thanks, Jason, Sincerely Lisa, or any other type of casual closing statement. Your submission should merely end with your reference list
- Because these submissions are short in length, it should not consist primarily of bullet-points. Use fully developed sentences and paragraphs to articulate your thoughts.
- Include a reference list.
- You must use at least 2 scholarly references no older than 2005, and have in-text citations.
- Responses that do not contain scholarly or reputable sources are not scholarly submissions.
- Be written in a clear and concise manner
- Proofread your work to ensure that it is free of grammatical, contextual, and spelling errors.
Here are some common problems, which are discussed in the syllabus, that my tutor have noticed some response submissions:
1 – All assignments are academic submissions and require scholarly references to support your positions. What I am finding is that some students are not supporting their positions with academic or reputable industry references. Without references to support your views, you are stating your opinions. The syllabus states, “Remember these are not opinion pieces.” Similarly, the response submissions are not review pieces. So you should not include statements such as, “The author did a good job introducing the topic of data breaches.”
2 – Some response submissions were restatements of everything that was already written in the student’s original submission. The syllabus states to “Bring new knowledge or points to the topic. Do not restate every fact that was written in the author’s submission.” If the post that you are reading is discussing the business continuity plan to establish an alternative site, and this is a point that you agree with, recommend an element to include that was not discussed. As an example, “I agree with your argument that the business continuity plan should be established to assist the organization with restoring its operations at an alternative site. Another element that would be useful to the organization at its alternative site, which could be included in the plan, is an electronic notification system. An electronic notification system will enable the organization to send information to its employees if there are changes that have occurred at the alternative site (xxx, xxx).”
3 – The response submissions are formal academic submissions. However, I am finding that some students are constructing their responses as informal correspondences. Per the syllabus, “Your responses should not be formatted as a letter or any other type of informal correspondence. It should not start with greetings, e.g., Dear Fred, Hi Steve, or Hello class. Similarly, it should not end with an informal statement, e.g., Thanks, Jason, Sincerely Lisa, or any other type of casual closing statement.
4 – Your reference list must be in APA format.
An example of incorrectly formatted reference:
An example of a correctly formatted reference:
Naseri, A., & Azmoon, O. (2012). Proposition of Model for CSIRT: Case Study of Telecommunication Company in a Province of Iran. IJCSI International Journal of Computer Science, (9),1. Retrieved from https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/c819/f8db6bbe59de72915ffbb42c580a8ec90e60.pdf
5 – You cannot have a reference listed in your reference list and not have its corresponding in-text citation. You also cannot have an in-text citation without the source listed in your reference list.
An example of a correctly formatted in-text citation:
This gives the hacker access to personally identifiable information, such as social security numbers, that reside on otherwise secure internal file servers (Chapple, 2014).
Using the same example, this is an incorrectly formatted in-text citation:
This gives the hacker access to personally identifiable information, such as social security numbers, that reside on otherwise secure internal file servers (Jack Chapple, 2014).
Even if you are paraphrasing what you read into your own words, these were not your original thoughts, and you must include an in-text citation for that author.
If you are unfamiliar with formatting your references, please review the syllabus or the Purdue Owl for assistance.
6 – The use of bullet points in your response submissions. The syllabus states, “Because these submissions are short in length, it should not consist primarily of bullet-points. Use fully developed sentences and paragraphs to articulate your thoughts.”
7 – General grammar, spelling, and contextual issues. One sentence does not equate to a paragraph. You cannot start sentences with lowercase letters. Please proofread your work; at the very least it should not include misspelled words because iLearn and Microsoft Word both underlines misspellings with a red indicator. Make sure that your sentences make sense and that you are not using words out of context. As an example, “The institution fixed that their corrective actions in develop like risk assessments, permanence response papers, series of plan of actions to take care of series of compliance plans.” A tool that I use is to read my papers aloud; this helps me to catch things that I may have overlooked by reviewing my documents on the screen.
These significant issues are reoccurring in both the scenario papers and responses. So, I cannot stress enough how important it is to read the syllabus, use the resources, and ask questions about concepts that you are unfamiliar. I want everyone to be successful in this course, so please do not impede on your own success.