Important Notes on Homeowners 3 (special form) insurance policy:
Coverage A: Dwelling
Land is not covered
Coverage on a all-risk basis (every peril is covered unless specifically excluded)
Loss settlement is on replacement cost basis. The 80% c
OUTLINE FOR PERSUASIVE SPEECH
Purpose: To persuade the audience to not support Capital Punishment.
Thesis: The United States should pass laws to abolish Capital Punishment completely.
Organizational Pattern: Problem-Soluti
Chapter 7 P2P
Define information literacy.
The ability to find appropriate sources, analyze the material, evaluate the credibility of the sources, and
to use and cite those sources ethically and legally.
How can becoming informati
Risk: uncertainty regarding occurrence of loss. Objective Risk: difference between actual loss from expected loss. It can
be calculated using a measure of dispersion, i.e. standard deviation; Declines with increase in exposure units. Subjective
Chapter 8 & 9 (Knowledge)
Chapter 8 (Knowledge)
Discuss why it is important to organize your ideas clearly.
It is important to organize your ideas clearly for a couple of reasons. First, a number of communication
scholars have found t
Major Medical Insurance (insurance for catastrophic losses): pay a high proportion of the covered expenses of a
catastrophic illness. Basic Features- broad coverage of medical expenses, calendar year deductible, coinsurance provision
(pay a certain % of e
Chapter 12 (Knowledge Only)
What are the two sides of visual literacy?
1. Production-how the visual is perceived by the audience and what type of image the audience is
2. Consumption- how the audience sees