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Research Proposal Part 1 (3 to 4 pages)IntroductionWrite 1 paragraph introducing

Research Proposal Part 1 (3 to 4 pages)IntroductionWrite 1 paragraph introducing the general research topic and relevant background. This section should essentially set up the proposal broadly before you narrow down to the research problem. Problem StatementIn 1 paragraph, describe the specific problem on which your research will focus. What exactly is the social work research problem, and why is it important? Why is it deserving of further study? Use your writing from the Week 4 Discussion to generate material for this section.Research QuestionState the research question you have generated and refined. This question should align with the problem identified in the problem statement.Literature ReviewPaste the 2-page literature review here that you wrote for your Week 6 Assignment. Be sure to revise and edit it based on your Instructor’s feedback and on any new information you have found. Methodological ApproachWrite 2 to 3 paragraphs describing and justifying the method

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Compare and Contrast Paper You are to locate one source of pop psychology and on

Compare and Contrast Paper
You are to locate one source of pop psychology and one source of empirical research and compare and contrast the merit of the information in each as follows:
Begin by searching in the appropriate place for 2 sources that are fittingly related to each other on any topic in Psychology. Empirical research can only be found in professional journals. The easiest way to find a professional journal article is by accessing PsycINFO through the portal at my saintleo. edu then locating the online Library. Pop psychology sources are newspapers, news magazines, tabloids, and other self-help articles found either online or on store shelves. Examples include articles by Or. Phil, Dear Abby, Or. Laura, Tony Robbins, etc. Articles in Psychology Today and WorldHealth.net are pop psychology and, although they may report on or refer to empirical research, they are not professional journal articles.
Use Basic APA Style Guidelines
OR TO COO
Compare and Contrast
• 1″ margins
• 12 point Times New Roman font
• Double-spaced
Citation format for your sources and listing your references
Thesis
Body
Conclusion
APA Formatting
You are to write 500 words / 2 pages.
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Psychology

Instructions will be uploaded later. Important Info

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I want the story to be as realistic as possible and it shouldn’t be too bulky

I want the story to be as realistic as possible and it shouldn’t be too bulky
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WATCH A MOVIE AND ANSWER THE QUESTIONS FOUND AT THE END OF THIS PAGE. The quest

WATCH A MOVIE AND ANSWER THE QUESTIONS FOUND AT THE END OF THIS PAGE.
The questions will need to be answered in the format of a three page short essay.
• This assignment must be 3 pages in length (of text),
• 12 pt. font and
• 1.5 spaced
• APA referencing and formatting
• Five percent will be deducted for every day late.
• Grammar will be marked as well as content.
• You can bring in outside materials should you decide but you must reference properly.
• A title page with all relevant information (this does not count as one of the text pages).
Referencing:
Correctly referencing your work is crucial as poorly referenced work will not only lose you points but it also risks accusations of plagiarism. As such, you MUST be sure that you have fully and correctly cited ALL sources you used. This applies not only to direct quotations but also to paraphrases or the indirect use of another’s work. If you have drawn upon or been influenced by the ideas or theories of another work, then you should reference your work in a manner that makes this apparent to the reader.
Questions:
1. What are the main themes, points and arguments made in the film/documentary?
2. How do/did the themes and arguments made in the film/documentary connect to course materials thus far? Why? Why not?
3. What is your position/feeling about the film/documentary? Do you think they did a good job of making the points/ arguments and explaining the issues? Why? Why not?
4. How could they have done a better job? Is there anything you felt was well done? Weak? Could have been done better or made more convincing? Why?
5. If you were approaching the topic of choice what would you have done in terms of approaching the issues/topic?
THE ATTACHED SAMPLE IS FROM ANOTHER CLASSMATE WHO SCORED A+. KINDLY GO THROUGH BEFORE WRITEUP.

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Wee need meaning from different schooral and the four reason why do school make

Wee need meaning from different schooral and the four reason why do school make budget with references
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Compare and Contrast Paper You are to locate one source of pop psychology and on

Compare and Contrast Paper
You are to locate one source of pop psychology and one source of empirical research and compare and contrast the merit of the information in each as follows:
Begin by searching in the appropriate place for 2 sources that are fittingly related to each other on any topic in Psychology. Empirical research can only be found in professional journals. The easiest way to find a professional journal article is by accessing PsycINFO through the portal at my saintleo. edu then locating the online Library. Pop psychology sources are newspapers, news magazines, tabloids, and other self-help articles found either online or on store shelves. Examples include articles by Or. Phil, Dear Abby, Or. Laura, Tony Robbins, etc. Articles in Psychology Today and WorldHealth.net are pop psychology and, although they may report on or refer to empirical research, they are not professional journal articles.
Use Basic APA Style Guidelines
OR TO COO
Compare and Contrast
• 1″ margins
• 12 point Times New Roman font
• Double-spaced
Citation format for your sources and listing your references
Thesis
Body
Conclusion
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You are to write 500 words / 2 pages.
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The components of research report Important Info

The components of research report
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History

Module Four Short Response Guidelines and Rubric Overview: The short response ac

Module Four Short Response Guidelines and Rubric
Overview: The short response activities in the webtext throughout this course are designed to show your understanding of key concepts as you engage with
course content.
Prompt: During the fourth week of the course, you will respond to several questions in the webtext as you complete each learning block. At the end of Module Four, you will review your answers to these questions and ensure that you have responded to each question. It is important that you answer each question; otherwise, the words “[no response]” will appear in brackets when you submit the assignment. The questions and their original locations in the webtext are listed in this table in case you want to refer back to the reading as you edit, but you can edit your responses to all the questions directly in Module Four: Communicating Historical Ideas, continued, learning block 4-4 (page 2) in the webtext, before exporting to Word for submission to your instructor in your learning environment.
Module Four: Communicating Historical Ideas, continued, Learning Block 4-2 (pages 2–3):
• Question 1: Consider the examples of different audiences below. For each one, describe how you would adjust your writing for that particular audience
1. Your best friend
2. People reading a newspaper editorial you have written 3. Your professor
4. The audience at a conference where you are presenting
• Question 2: Consider how your audience might influence the information you include in a historical analysis essay about the women’s suffrage movement. What audience would be most interested in reading about the women’s movement? How would you tailor your presentation to that audience? What message would be most appropriate for this audience?
• Question 3: Let’s say the intended audience for your historical analysis essay about the legal battle for women’s suffrage is a group of civil rights lawyers. How would you explain the legal background of the Constitution and the Nineteenth Amendment? How would this approach compare with and contrast to an audience of high school students?
Module Four: Communicating Historical Ideas, continued, Learning Block 4-3 (pages 1–2):
• Question 4: Was President Kennedy’s decision to support the Equal Rights Amendment a necessary cause for the amendment’s passage by Congress?
• Question 5: Was the social tumult of the 1960s a necessary cause of the women’s liberation movement?
• Question 6: Simone de Beauvoir was the intellectual founder of the women’s liberation movement. Tailor this thesis statement into a message suitable
for an audience of high-school history students.
• Question 7: The women’s movement’s focus on issues related to sexual freedom, including reproductive rights, galvanized support among younger
women but alienated many older, more conservative women. Tailor this message for an audience consisting of students in a women’s studies class.
Rubric
Guidelines for Submission: Your response to Question 1 should be 4–6 sentences in length. Your response to Questions 2 and 3 should be 2–3 sentences in
length. Your responses to Questions 4 and 5 should be 1–2 sentences in length. Your responses to Questions 6 and 7 should be 2 sentences in length. Follow the instructions at the bottom of Module Four: Communicating Historical Ideas, continued, learning block 4-4 (page 2) in the webtext, to download your work and submit it to your instructor as a single Microsoft Word document uploaded to your learning environment. Refer to the Submitting Webtext Assignments Guide for assistance on downloading, saving, and submitting this assignment.
Critical Elements Exemplary Proficient Needs Improvement Not Evident Value

Engagement
Written responses completely address all short answer prompts
(100%)
Written responses completely address the majority of short answer prompts
(85%)
Written responses address the minority of short answer prompts
(55%)
No written responses provided to address any short answer prompts
(0%)
30

Relevance
Written responses directly address short answer prompts, drawing from presented course concepts and terminology (100%)
Written responses are topically related to short answer prompts, but responses do not consistently draw from presented course concepts and terminology
(85%)
Written responses do not address topics identified in short answer prompts (0%)
20

Accuracy
Written responses are completely accurate (100%)
Written responses contain minor errors but are mostly accurate
(85%)
Written responses contain major errors
(55%)
No written responses are provided
(0%)
20

Critical Thinking
Written responses demonstrate understanding of course content through inclusion of original ideas and examples (100%)
Written responses demonstrate understanding of course content through reiteration of provided materials, but do not consistently include original ideas and examples
(85%)
Written responses do not reflect original ideas and examples
(0%)
20

Articulation of Response
Written responses are captured in complete sentences without grammatical errors impacting legibility and the clarity of response
(100%)
Written responses are captured in incomplete sentences or include numerous grammatical errors that negatively impact legibility and the clarity of response
(85%)
No written responses are captured in complete sentences (0%)
10
Total 100%

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Biology (and other Life Sciences)

Instructions : Papers are meant to be about 1 page of about three paragraphs :

Instructions :
Papers are meant to be about 1 page of about three paragraphs :
1)What research questions/hypotheses was the paper trying to address and why?
2) What methods did it use?
3) What were its conclusions? How this contribute to our understanding of the field?
Do not use lists.
Do not quote lines from the paper.
Do not copy material from the papers.
Do not use personal pronouns.