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Psychology and Education : Child Development

Share with us what you have learned in this course about creative activities for

Share with us what you have learned in this course about creative activities for young children.  What information from the course will you be able to use in the future?
Reply to one person agree or disagree and why?
first person; I have learned that making sure children are able to get familiar with materials is extremely important. Having children come back with the same materials and giving them the opportunity to use the materials in different ways would open up the children to learn different ways in using the materials. Also learning to love arts in a way they are not criticized and they put the effort that they want into a project for as long as they so like too.

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Literature

Now that you’ve gotten lots of practice reading and interpreting literary texts,

Now that you’ve gotten lots of practice reading and interpreting literary texts, and have seen how the pros do it, it’s time for you to join the conversation. Your writing assignment requires you to conduct substantial research in order to discuss a topic of your choosing. Choose your text from our syllabus, formulate an interpretation of a particular aspect of that text, and then locate and read at least four outside sources concerning some issue germane to your topic. For example, you might find four sources discussing Daoism in Journey to the West, or the character of Mephistopheles in Faust. Evaluate each source’s reading in light of your own. What are the common topics? Does your research enhance or contradict your interpretation? Finally, write a well-developed, coherent essay that synthesizes your four sources’ arguments, and advances your own position on the topic.
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While you will be focusing on your own argument in this paper, you must still present information from your sources as fairly as possible (as you did in the explanatory synthesis). You will be arguing for a position on the basis of a reasonable consideration of the information and arguments presented by your sources. Be mindful that your own argument will require that you make an explicit claim, present adequate support for it from your research and from your primary text, and articulate your assumptions so that the relationship between your claim and its support is apparent.
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This essay requires that you focus on contributing original ideas to inform the debate or enhance the understanding of your research topic. The essay should spend most of its time advancing your argument. You accomplish this by gathering information, considering its validity, endorsing it or rejecting it accordingly, and challenging those sources with your own questions on the matter. This rhetorical stance should lead you to take an active role in establishing the direction of the “conversation” and communicating the importance of the research to your readers. You will be evaluating sources on the basis of the information and arguments they presented, but you will also be trying to ask and to answer questions your sources are not considering but should.
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Once you have begun your research and have a sense of the issue/topic, begin by asking yourself the following questions: How does my reading of the primary text relate to the readings of my sources? Is there a perspective/solution that is not being considered? What’s so particular about the nature of the issue or the way the scholars talk about it? How did this problem/issue come about? What else do we need to know in order to endorse a position? Why should this issue/topic matter to the readers of my essay? How does my argument shed new light on the primary text?
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Be mindful that your own argument will require that you make an explicit claim (thesis) and present adequate support for it from your primary text. Acknowledge what groundwork your sources have laid, and then use your own argument to advance that work. Ultimately, you will use your research to engage in literary analysis—an explanation of how your primary text works (or acquires meaning) on the basis of its particular features.
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You will consider consulting various sources and databases available such as Mullins. Internet sources or Wikipedia are strongly not recommended. Use all the skills at your disposition to write down every detail of your research, organize your arguments and include the timeline of your work. You could also consider looking for samples of research proposal.
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Your introduction will emphasize the importance of your research and how your analysis differs from what has been said previously.
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There is the research proposal. It is about womens roles in literature, the main story being Gilgamesh. Other literature pieces include Lancelot the knight of the cart, courtly love, Othello, death of a sales man.

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Communications

is an interview, but we can make things up. he will never know. the career I ch

is an interview, but we can make things up. he will never know. the career I chose is surgical tech that’s what I’m doing.

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English

Read speeches on the topic of civil rights by Martin Luther King and Malcolm X,

Read speeches on the topic of civil rights by Martin Luther King and Malcolm X, at the following websites:
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Next, write a post comparing and contrasting the views of the two leaders. Did they believe that peaceful coexistence between whites and blacks was possible? Did they agree that peaceful protest was enough to bring about change? Did you see any similarities between their speeches? What were some of the major differences that you found within them?

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Psychology

You are required to address each of the 10 following questions. Many of the que

You are required to address each of the 10 following questions. Many of the questions contain multiple parts to them so please ensure you are addressing them all.
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1. When we meet Riley, most of the time Joy is in charge of her thoughts and personality. Do you feel that you and/or others experience Joy more frequently? Why or Why not? What other feelings are most prevalent?
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2. Riley and her family go through a lot of changes when they move from Minnesota to San Francisco. Have you ever gone through a big transition? What was the emotional response you recall having?
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3. How are the glowing balls, or “core memories” made? Are all people’s core memories the same? Or are they unique to each individual?
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4. What do the core memories have to do with Riley’s personality?
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5. When Sadness touches one of the happy core memories, she colors it blue. What do you think is going on then? Is it possible that our current moods can color our past memories? Or how we define our personality?
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6. Do you think that the core memories were changed forever or was there a temporary filter on them? Or do all core memories have multiple emotional aspects to them? Explain.
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7. When Riley’s mother tells her that she is helping her parents by being their “happy girl”, Riley feels pressure to only show them her joy. What do you think of this?
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8. Do you think that our society values certain emotions over others? Which ones? Why?
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9. At the end of the movie, Joy learns that other emotions, especially Sadness, are also important. Why?
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10. Do you think it is easier for males or females, or for younger or older people, to express different emotions? Which ones? Why?
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• Watch Inside Out outside of class – student is responsible for gaining access to film
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History

Please identify and analyze the three most important events that you believe <<b

Please identify and analyze the three most important events that you believe
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shaped American History from 1877 to present.

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English

What is the relationship between Global Integration vs Local Responsiveness? How

What is the relationship between Global Integration vs Local Responsiveness? How does it affect the operations of MNEs?

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Other

I need an A on this assignment! Everything needed is in the pictures along with

I need an A on this assignment! Everything needed is in the pictures along with instructions and context. Please email me if anything

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Ethics

In the “Readings” section of Ch. 11 we see two essays that support a broad imple

In the “Readings” section of Ch. 11 we see two essays that support a broad implementation of healthcare in our society. Select one of the essays, by Daniels or Buchanan, for analysis. You must also use our library to find an essay, from an academic source, that argues against the positions found in the textbook essay that you select. (Usually this would mean that if the textbook essay supports universal healthcare the essay you find will oppose it.)
For your term paper present an argument either for or against universal healthcare based on your analysis of the arguments and information found in these essays (the one from chapter 11 and the one from your research).
You may select a third academic essay (from your own research, not the textbook) to include for analysis in your term paper. If you do so, you will get extra credit on the term paper (worth 1/2 of a letter grade on the assignment).
1) Analysis is not the same as summary. While a bit of summary is fine, reproducing the majority of the elements of an essay is not really providing analysis. You really only need to relate the essay elements that are part of the main argument. So, when working on your essay don’t just tell me what the author said; have a clear idea in your mind of what the author is trying to prove and write about that.
2) The purpose of analysis is to help your reader understand. This is done by explaining the original text. Restating the positions is not enough. Ask yourself questions like: Which positions could make the argument better? Which claims seem to be right (or wrong) and why? What claims are supported by the ethical theories or medical care principles we’ve studied in the class? (Questions like this can also help you to explain which arguments are the stronger one.)
3) If part of your goal is to demonstrate that one essay makes a better argument, it would be good to give a clear statement of your conclusion at the beginning along with clear statements of each side being compared.
4) Don’t just mention ideas. If you want to use a technical term or particular idea, they should be explained.
5) Quotations should be kept to a minimum, but if you do quote, cite properly (including page number). Quotations should mostly be used to present an idea that you will then analyze or explain.
References
1st Essay ch 11
2nd Essay
Oberlander, J., PhD. (2007). Learning from failure in health care reform. The New England Journal of Medicine, 357(17), 1677-9. doi:https://doi.org/10.1056/NEJMp078201
3rd Essay
Young, Richard A. “What Do We Mean, ‘necessary’?—Achieving Balance and Recognizing Limits in Primary Healthcare and Universal Healthcare.” Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, vol. 28, no. 2, 2022, pp. 341–44, https://doi.org/10.1111/jep.13545.
Extra notes
Weissman, J. S., PhD., & Bigby, J., M.D. (2009). Massachusetts health care reform — near-universal coverage at what cost? The New England Journal of Medicine, 361(21), 2012-5. doi:https://doi.org/10.1056/NEJMp0909295
Zieff G, Kerr ZY, Moore JB, Stoner L. Universal Healthcare in the United States of America: A Healthy Debate. Medicina (Kaunas). 2020 Oct 30;56(11):580. doi: 10.3390/medicina56110580. PMID: 33143030; PMCID: PMC7692272

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Computer science : Cybersecurity

Background: Not every improvement requires a large budget, such as improved trai

Background: Not every improvement requires a large budget, such as improved training of employees, creation of policies and procedures, etc. If provided a budget to implement security measures (hardware, software, tools, techniques, processes, and policies) but the money would not cover the top three items necessary for system security, what should you do? The budget would cover item two, or item three, but there is not enough money for the top item. How should someone approach management to ask for more money? What arguments would be provided? Is there statistical data to back up request?
Provide a clear, concise document to the management of Lockheed Martin requesting funds to allow for the improvement of security for information assets by applying hardware and software tools, new techniques, improved processes, and training.
Provide information on the following:
•    What specific improvements should be made (update policies, safety and security of Personal Identifiable Information) and why should each be made now instead of later?
•    What residual risk will remain after the safety measures are in place?
•    How will the organization manage that risk?