I am writing this letter proclaiming about the usefulness of the “Living and working in the community” course in English ESL syllabus as a means of expressing my perspectives on HSC courses. I think this course is very relevant to students according to my knowledge and experience, and unlike the information provided by your article; HSC courses have many beneficial aspects that students all yearn for.
As a immigrant student, I find English and other subjects extremely difficult to learn. However, “Living and Working in the Community” course has provided me with the ability to gain understanding on a different base of English. In contrary with other subjects where theriacal studies must be applied, “LWC” allows me and other students learn to express ideas and opinions logically and formally in different situations. For example the course differs the way a personal letter stands with a non-personal letter where formality and appropriate salutation must be presented.
Through this course, I believe students will be able to differentiate between letters Not only the course did a great assistance on ESL students, it also is valuable to those who need help in finding jobs. I am certain that students study this course will learn how to write a resume effectively or a cover letter that will sure impress the future employer. In other subjects, students learn about the historical aspects of how a subject existed and what they are about which can be advantageous in their prospective career, students may face a challenge when they have no knowledge of how to apply for the jobs they like.
This can be disastrous sometimes and would destroy their strategic goals. Therefore, I believe this HSC course is vital and relevant to everyone, not just ESL students. There are many positive aspects about the contents of HSC courses that are beneficial for students. In acknowledgement to the article, you have raised issues that students will find the courses complete different tangents to what they should learn, I am sure that the BOARD OF STUDIES did take into consideration when deciding to put those contents in the courses. Miranda
Price a new stadium seatings
In class we’ve talked a lot about tickets and their importance to properties from a revenue standpoint.We looked at the various teams to illustrate how a team breaks up its seating from a price standpoint and also looked at the various types of seating they have to market (i.e. season tickets, premium, etc.). Now it’s your turn to provide a recommendation on a ticketing approach for a team.
You are the Vice President of Ticketing for an NFL or NBA franchise.You are moving into a new stadium/arena.Using the included blank stadium seating charts, you are to choose your sport and then devise a strategy for how to price and market tickets for the team.
Use the appropriate ticket map and shade in your ticket philosophy and provide a guide as to the various pricing levels (for NFL – Do not color or provide analysis/strategy for the seating areas that are marked “W-“ or “E-“.Only worry about sections that are 100 , 200 , 300 and 400 ).Include a key that illustrates what the ticket cost is for the color coding you come up with.125 points
In Word (no more than 2 pages), explain your ticketing strategy and how you arrived at your price points.Also be sure to show delineations between regular seating and premium seating.When you use premium seating, be sure to highlight what kinds of seats they are and what amenities you propose that a fan should receive. 75 points
You will likely want to research a current team and see how they have broken down their seating and their secondary ticketing strategy.HOWEVER, DO NOT COPY THEIR APPROACH.As you inspect the team’s strategy and use it as a guide, you may want to find out:
What kinds of tickets do they have to market?
(Note that it could be all of these above and more)
What are the various pricing models that they are using?
What does each offering cost?
Are there any benefits associated with any of the seat categories?
Are there any terms as to the maximum number of years a fan is committing themselves to as part of any purchase?