Formatting your Book Review: 1. 12 point font 2. Times New Roman font 3. 1 inch margins 4. Double-Spaced 5. Title (your original title) 6. Must be relevant to topic before 1877 7. Should use approximately (4-6) primary sources and (2-4) secondary sources 8. Should answer questions like: How do we traditionally understand the topic? Whose history does it tell and from what perspective is the story typically told? Is it an inclusive narrative or are some relevant histories/participants excluded? Why does it tell this particular story and how has this story been consciously constructed to convey a particular meaning? Is the narrative accurate? Is the narrative relevant? What meaning or purpose was it trying to convey when it was originally created and has that narrative changed over time? If its narrative has evolved, why? Does it convey an honest or realistic narrative? Why or why not? Was it created to reinforce a particular set of values, hopes or aspirations? Was/is the narrative contested? If the story it tells is incomplete or exclusionary, how should it be changed? 9. What is the main point of your research? What are the principle sub-points of your research paper?
1. Describe the concepts of the in and out groups. Give an example for each. 2. Describe the three leadership styles and in your opinion explain which style you feel is most effective. 3. Describe three techniques of neutralization in regard to deviance with an example for each. 4. Explain the two possible reasons sociologists explain that have led to a drop in violent crime. Give your opinion on the validity of each of these reasons. 5. According to Max Weber social class has three components. Explain each of the three components according to Weber. 6. Describe the concepts of ethnocentrism and cultural relativism and explain why society should practice cultural relativism rather than ethnocentrism 7. What does the term feral children mean? How does society make us human? 8. Explain either the Id, Ego or Superego according to Dr. Freud. Give an example of a decision made with one of these parts of our personalities 9. Describe the concept of the master status and how this can cut across all other statuses. Give an example of a master status 10. Who are considered the invisible minority? Explain your answer. 11. Describe the concepts of sex and gender. How are these two concepts different? 12. Name two categories of violence against women and provide a solution to lower these statistics. 13. Explain the continuity theory and provide an example in reference to aging.
It is very easy, within any class, to simply focus on meeting deadlines and getting through material and assignments as quickly as possible – to just ‘get done’ with it all. We know, however, that purposeful reflection is a cornerstone of learning and change-it makes us more self-aware, deepens our ownership, and increases the likelihood that we will transfer knowledge into action. It is for these reasons that I ask you to pause now and think about what you have learned, what has been meaningful and not meaningful, and how it is you intend to make use of this course in the future. Your reflection will also contribute to the continuous improvement of this course, and I thank you for your insights! To get started, take some time to review each of the course modules. Then, prepare a brief paper (2-3 pages, double-spaced) exploring the following questions: To what extent did you fully engage with the course content, activities, and with other students? We used Google Drive for our group project How did your level of engagement impact your learning or the learning of others? The more you engage the more you learn What if anything could you do to increase your engagement in a future online course? Use video conferencing technology instead of just Google Drive What about this course did you find most useful, and least useful, and why? Do’s and Don’t of written communication, some content was simply a review, I have already learned this content in my undergrad If you could re-build this course, what if any changes would you make (in terms of content, structure, and/or activities), and why? Not sure, make something up if you have ideas In what ways, if any, has this course impacted how you think about or approach your oral or written communications? Higher awareness of written text and word structure. In other words, what are the most significant take-aways for you from this course? I use to many run on sentences As a result of taking this course, what if anything will you do differently in terms of how you communicate with others, and why? Not sure, make something up (You may find it helpful to think in terms of what you will START doing, STOP doing, or CONTINUE doing as you communicate with others.) Finally, to what extent did this course allow you to meet your goals or achieve your desired course outcomes? Better at written communication.
1.) Dissemination of EBP and research, such as presenting results at a conference or writing an article for a journal, is an important part of professional practice. Identify one professional journal and one nursing or health care conference where you might present your project. Discuss why each of your choices is the best option for you to disseminate your new knowledge.
2.) Discuss why EBP is an essential component of the practice of a BSN-prepared RN. Identify two ways in which you will continue to integrate evidence into your practice and encourage it within your work environment. What obstacles could challenge this plan, and what steps will you take to minimize their impact?
My project is about hand hygiene in the prevention of infection and diseases.
General Requirements and Format of Annotated Bibliography
Write a Works Cited entryin MLA format for each source. Make sure to use the 2016 version of MLA (8th edition).
Beneath each entry, summarize the source in 4-7 sentences.
Type your entries in a single document, one entry after another.
Alphabetize the entries by the last names of the authors.
Double-space the entire document.GradingYour grade is based on how well you follow the guidelines above.
Make sure to proofread your work and to cite paraphrases (if any) in MLA format.
(These are the cites used on the working Bibliography already)
Beach, Sarah S. Tractorettes or Partners? Farmers Views on Women in Kansas Farming Households. Rural Sociology, vol. 78, no. 2, June 2013, pp. 210228. EBSCOhost,
Broman, Sarah E. Rags to Riches: One Migrant Workers Journey to Educational Triumph. Educational Considerations, vol. 44, no. 2, Jan. 2019. EBSCOhost. https://eric.ed.gov/contentdelivery/servlet/ERICServlet?accno=EJ1206188
Paine-Andrews, Adrienne, et al. “Replicating a community initiative for preventing adolescent pregnancy: From South Carolina to Kansas.” Family and Community Health 19 (1996): 14-30. http://www2test.ku.edu/~kuwg/publications/pdf/R08.pdf
A working bibliography is essentially a Works Cited list of secondary sources that you will include on your annotated bibliography and in your essay. The working bibliography requires you to find credible sources related to a specific topicand cite those sources in MLA style. Include three peer-reviewed articlesin your working bibliography. You may list more than three sources on your working bibliography if you are still deciding on which sources to use.An annotated bibliography requires you to cite thethree peer-reviewed articlesfrom the working bibliography and summarize those sources. See sample annotated bibliographiesin Canvas for more information. To clarify, you should use the library databases(EBSCOhost, Gale Academic OneFile, andJSTOR)to find your peer-reviewed articles. Make sure the sources relate to the topic, author, or book you are writing about in Essay #2.
Description and evaluation of social media
Description and evaluation of website, social media, and store Use the two models in Manganari, Siomkos, and Vrechopoulos (2009) outlined in Figure 1 and 2 on page 1141 to describe and evaluate social media of Ballantynes. social media to evaluate how they contribute positively and negatively to the overall brand image. Use journal articles where appropriate to support your analysis.
V. How to Implement the Decision
Identify the manager or individual or department to implement the decision
Provide a detailed account of how the decision will be implemented
State how the decision will be communicated through the organization using tips from Chapter 13 – Communication
State how will you deal with resistance to change
Consider content in Chapter 10 Leadership and Chapter 11 Motivating People
VI. Evaluate the Decision
State who will be responsible for evaluating the decision
State what data will be collected to evaluate the decision
Provide an illustration of how the decision will be examined through the control process in Exhibit 14.4 I Chapter 14-Managerial Control
State how the decision will be evaluated and monitored; for example performance appraisals, quarterly reports, written reports, personal observations, monthly progress meetings
Consider content in Chapter 14 Managerial Control
Compile all stages I-VI into one final report and make any necessary revisions cited by the instructor during weeks 3 and 5.
-Cover page with name of case, student name and date
-Table of Contents
-12 point font, Times New Roman
-List the stage followed by the discussion in essay format; incorporate tables, graphs, or charts to illustrate your points that YOU have created. DO not cut and paste tables, graphs, or charts from external sources.
-Include content from the textbook and (5) external sources as APA in-text citations
-Separate References page (minimum of (6) sources)
Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration
Cellular respiration and photosynthesis form a critical cycle of energy and matter that supports the continued existence of life on earth. Describe the stages of cellular respiration and photosynthesis and their interaction and interdependence including raw materials, products, and amount of ATP or glucose produced during each phase. How is each linked to specific organelles within the eukaryotic cell. What has been the importance and significance of these processes and their cyclic interaction to the evolution and diversity of life?
The minimum length for this assignment is 1,500 words.
textbook: Life: The Science of Biology
1/ Search for sources: you are required to find at least 3 different sources but the more the better because the more sources I read and the more stuff I collect to put in my essay . So for an essay of 1500 words listing a list of 7 sources is not an abnormality. Note sources can include reliable videos. See some tips below:
2/ select keywords for your search and find sources for each of them: for this essay the keywords I suggest are
Mitochondrion, Chloroplast, glycolysis, Citric acid cycle, electron transport chain, light reaction, Calvin cycle, CAM plants versus regular plants, life before oxygen, first autotrophs
3/ take notes on what you learn from your sources, do not copy stretches from your sources
4/ make a road map of your essay, how will you organize the info you collect? Do they answer the questions you need to answer? Do you need a bit more research to cover an area? Do you have enough info for the required length? What will you put in your introduction and conclusion?
5/ Write your essay away from your sources by simply using your notes, write simple sentences that are clear. Do not use any software that allows you to swap terms with synonyms, that will make your sentences unclear. Make sure your text has an introduction, a main body and conclusion and a list of reference.
6/ Once your essay is put together proof read it and check if each sentence has a subject and a verb. Do they make sense? If some sentences do not seem clear to you then they are not clear to me either.
7/ Check length ( beware a text that is only half of the required length is likely to gather only half of points) and turnitin score and make changes if needed ( text with similarity of 50% receive temporary 0 until revised)
If you need a road map
Introduction state what is energy (ATP, glucose) why is it needed in the cell?
Paragraph1: photosynthesis which organisms do that? where does it happen in the cell? Which wavelength of sunshine is absorbed? Provide info on dark reaction and light reaction. What the the overall equation 500 words
Paragraph 2: aerobic cellular respiration, which organisms do that? where does it happen in the cell? Present glycosysis, Krebs cycle and electron transport chain. Which part produce the largest amount of ATP. Provide equation of cellular respiration. What is fermentation? When does it happen? Who is doing fermentation ? 500 words
Paragraph 3: Make connection between cellular respiration and photosynthesis. What is the theory of endosymbiosis? When did photosynthesis appeared on earth, how did it change earth atmosphere? how did the first organisms on earth acquire their energy before photosynthesis? 500 words
Conclusion: climate change and photosynthesis. Why protecting an planting trees can help our newly modified atmosphere?
List of Reference
Create a profile of yourself
Current activity level
Using course material generate a 6 week exercise plan
Create a calendar setup for which days you would complete which exercises and how long each session would last
Explain the purpose of your plan
Describe the goals you would hope to achieve with the plan
Explain how the chosen exercises meet those goals
Describe how you would adjust exercises (reps, time, etc) as you progress
Submit as one document