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English and Literature : English

What is one strategy you learned from dhar?

This assignment will ask you to consider “argumentation” and reflect on the ideas presented in this week’s readings. Doing so will help you prepare for the upcoming Essay 3.
The Writing Task
Summarize Rebecca Jones’ article, “Finding the Good Argument or Why Bother with Logic?” Download Rebecca Jones’ article, “Finding the Good Argument or Why Bother with Logic?”.
Then summarize Julie Dhar’s Ted Talk, “How to Disagree Productively and Find Common Ground.Links to an external site.” Please number answers accordingly, thank you.
1. What is the main idea of each text?
2. What is one key lesson you learned from Jones?
3. What is one strategy you learned from Dhar?
4. In our current times, why is it so important to make “good” arguments and to disagree “productively”? Explain.
Video link:

Reading uploaded.
Criteria for Success:
At least 350 words for questions 2-4 combined.

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History

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I. Gwendolyn Brook, Poetry
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“A Bronzeville Mother Loiters in Mississippi. Meanwhile, a Mississippi Mother Burns Bacon” (1960)
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Who is the “Fine Prince”?
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Who is the “Dark Villain”?
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What does the poem tell readers about the “she” or the “her” at the center of the poem? (name at least two for each). More specifically: A. What are some of her actions- or things that she does- over the course of the poem? B. What are some of her thoughts–or emotions that she feels– over the course of the poem? C. What does the reader learn about her and her life? D. How is the reader invited to feel about this character? What emotions do you think the poet is trying to evoke? (And how do you feel reading about her?)
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“The Last Quatrain Of the Ballad of Emmett Till” (1960)
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Name 2-3 adjectives, or descriptive words that Brooks uses in these 10 lines.
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II. Bob Dylan and Emmylou Harris, songs
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1. 1. “The Death of Emmett Till,” Bob Dylan (1962)
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a. Briefly (even in just a sentence), describe the performance and the music—the pace, rhythm, instruments, tone, etc.
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b. Who is the narrator in this song? From whose perspective does Bob Dylan sing?
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c. Is the story this song tells accurate? If not, note 1-2 examples of mistakes/inaccuracies.
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2. 2. “My Name is Emmett Till,” Emmylou Harris (2011)
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a. Briefly (even in just a sentence) describe the performance and the music—the pace, rhythm, instruments, tone, etc.
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b. Who is the narrator in this song? From whose perspective does Emmylou Harris sing?
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c. Is the story this song tells accurate? If not, note 1-2 examples of mistakes/inaccuracies.
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3. What do any of these primary sources have to do with chapter 1 from Timothy Tyson?

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Cultural Studies

In your outline, choose the areas you plan to explore in your health promotion project.

Submit your Health Promotion Paper topic & outline.

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<br />All written assignments are a mandatory minimum of 250-300 words, grammar, and spell-checked. If more than one source is used, citations throughout the text are mandatory. Include a Works Cited line at the end of the essay.

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<br />The directions to the Culture-Specific Health Promotion Paper are below. In your outline, choose the areas you plan to explore in your health promotion project. Remember:

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<br />Define your target audience.

<br />Explore cultural health practices and beliefs of your audience.

<br />Cite potential cultural barriers to the delivery of your message.

<br />Explain how you plan to deliver a culturally appropriate message you feel will be well-received by your target audience.

<br />Cite a minimum of (3) sources you plan to use.

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Health Care and Life Sciences : Nursing

The nclex-rn (for registered nurses) and the nclex-pn (for practical/vocational nurses) are examinations prepared by the national council of state boards of nursing (ncsbn), whose mandate is to protect the public from unsafe nursing care.

NCLEX stands for National Council Licensing Examination. It is a test to determine if the candidate possesses the minimum level of knowledge necessary to perform safe and effective entry-level nursing care. The NCLEX-RN (for registered nurses) and the NCLEX-PN (for practical/vocational nurses) are examinations prepared by the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN), whose mandate is to protect the public from unsafe nursing care. The NCSBN members include nursing regulatory bodies in the 50 states of the US, the District of Columbia, and four US territories.  Describe the 6 steps to register for the NCLEX?

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History : History

Use academic sources and also the reilly, kevin.

The political topic Pre-History and the
Origins of Patriarchy you can also add
the urban Revolution, those are the
topics that should be compared with the
following in the documents. Use academic sources and also the Reilly, Kevin. Worlds of History: A Comparative Reader, Vol 1: To 1550, Fifth Edition

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English

Limit your literature search to the last

You are to write a 1,700-word document, double-spaced, APA-formatted paper. In your paper,
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you will evaluate three (3) current leadership styles that can be found in 1 and 2 Kings.
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Where did you find examples of each of those styles in the text? Where were they effective in
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the biblical setting? What different leadership style might have been more effective (biblical
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character attempted style A – what you are writing about – but would have made more progress
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with style B)? In what settings or situations might the style you are evaluating work well today?
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Support your research with eight (8) scholarly sources. Limit your literature search to the last
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five (5) years and select only sources that are full text – PDF.

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Natural science : Geography

What, if any, of the information you have learned in the video will you share with other people?

What aspects of earthquakes were you not aware of?
What aspects of earthquakes were you already aware of?
What surprised you in the video?
What did not surprise you in the video?
What are your thoughts on the vulnerability of all of us living in California?
How well prepared are you if a large earthquake was to hit southern California? What supplies do you currently have in place in your home/car for this type of emergency? What will you add?
Has information in this video changed the way you look at living in California?
What, if any, of the information you have learned in the video will you share with other people?

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English

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Argumentative Research Essay Assignment:
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This essay must be written in the argumentative mode, and you will incorporate research into it. The primary purpose of this argumentative essay is to convince readers to think the way you do about a subject. To accomplish this goal, you must establish a reasonable and thoughtful argument supporting a position on an issue.
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Title page in APA format
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Introduction which includes your thesis statement
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Body paragraphs that state your reasons with supporting evidence
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Refutation – acknowledge the opposing view, but explain why your position is the correct one
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Conclusion
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Reference page with a list of sources used in the essay.
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You are allowed to select your own topic for this assignment. If you would like topic suggestions please ask. I will be glad to be of assistance.
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You must have at least 5 reliable and appropriate authoritative sources in a variety of formats published within the last 5 years. Avoid the use of Wikipedia in academic research.
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Support your position with evidence. The following are different ways to support your argument:
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Facts – a powerful means of convincing
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Statistics – Be sure your statistics come from responsible sources. Always cite your sources.
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Quotations – Direct quotations from leading experts effectively support your position.
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Examples – Examples enhance your meaning and make your ideas concrete. They are the proof that backs up your point.
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Double Spaced, 1” margins, Times New Roman font in 12-point size, and formatted according to APA guidelines
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Use APA format for the Title page and page numbers
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This assignment should be 8 pages not including the Title page and References page
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Avoid the use of 1st and 2nd person. Must be written in 3rd person point of view
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This assignment should be an original creation for this course session and not a reworking of any previous essay submission from any prior course experience.
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The assignment should also include a large amount of the student’s own ideas and words rather than merely a linking together of a series of quotes or paraphrases.

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English

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From media, personal experience, or the Internet, identify an example of each of the following sources of distortion (faulty causal and/or statistical inference) for the following:
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(a) A study with questionable sponsorship or motives
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(b) Reliance on insufficient evidence/hasty generalization
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(c) Unbalanced or biased presentation
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(d) Unexamined assumptions
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(e) Faulty causal reasoning

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Music

An annotated bibliography has annotations – it’s not just a listing of your references.

An annotated bibliography has annotations – it’s not just a listing of your references. Michael Engle from Cornell explains how to write an effective annotated bibliography. This is helpful if you’ve never written one before, and it’s a great refresher even if you have experience with writing an annotated bibliography.
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Click the following link for more information: https://guides.library.cornell.edu/annotatedbibliography