Learning Goal: I’m working on a american studies case study and need support to help me learn.
The word documents provide all the needed information for the questions. I need some concrete and short answer.
Learning Goal: I’m working on a american studies report and need support to help me learn.
This is an open-book, open-note reflection.
You have the entirety of the final module to complete this reflection.
Please take the time and effort to do your best on this reflection as you are afforded the aid of your readings, notes, and lectures.
I will grade these carefully and I appreciate your responses.
Read instructions carefully (especially where you are asked to cite sources from the course).
See rubric below for how you will be graded.
**You may use whatever citation style you like, just be consistent throughout the reflection. You can find citation support and resources here. (Links to an external site.)**
I attached the rubric below and instructions related to the final reflection below. Checkout final reflection docx explaining everything in there. This is worth 60% of grade, I need to 100% on it!
follow all instructions, and use sources provided, and you may use outside source but please cite them. Argumetive essay with counter point
Learning Goal: I’m working on a american studies project and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.Part 1:The first 10 amendments to the United States of America constitution are called the Bill of Rights. It was supposed to guarantee civil rights and liberties for everyone. Using the information presented in this class and the historical knowledge of the Black Community and other marginalized groups, how would you rewrite the Bill of Rights? The Amendment must have the following:1. Amendment number. (The Fifth Amendment)2. The definition of the amendment. andAn example of the current amendment.3. Your rewrite of the amendment. andAn example of your rewrite.4. Provide your reasoning and explanation of the rewrite.This section of must be between 200 and 300 words. At least 2 APA intext citations that support your reasoning/explanation. 5. The last slide should be the Reference page. (APA Format) (if you do not have this slide, points will be deducted). Part 2: Answer the following questions in 200 to 300 words:What did you learn from this project?What did you find most difficult about rewriting the Bill of Rights? Why?What other amendment outside the bill of rights would you change? Why?What did you learn from this course?
Learning Goal: I’m working on a american studies discussion question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.M4E DiscussionNo unread replies.11 reply.What to DoAfter completing the reading and exercises in modules 3E, discuss one or both of the following topics. Be sure to clearly identify which topic you are discussing at the start of your post.Topic 1What are some of the advantages and disadvantages of judicial activism? Why might a judge favor this approach? What are some of the advantages and disadvantages of judicial restraint? Why might a judge favor this approach? What approach is correct and why?Topic 2How important is it that Justice Sotomayor became the first Latina on the Supreme Court? How important should it be? Does diversity on the Court help it better deliver justice for a diverse America? Why or why not?
Topic 3Why are modern Supreme Court nominations so contentious? What is at stake? Does the nomination process make Supreme Court justices more independent or less independent? Should the nomination process and appointment for life be changed?This discussion correlates with the following objectives…Describe the concepts associated with political organization in general and the United States in particular.
Explain the structure and function of the three branches of government and the system of checks and balances.
Investigate the powers of the legislative, executive, and judicial branches of government.
Using data, graphs, charts, and other types of evidence, examine the effectiveness of public policies adopted by the United States and California.
Discussion DirectionsClick “Reply” and post your initial response by Friday evening at 11:59 pm Pacific Time. If and when possible, please post prior to Friday to allow time for a true discussion. Then read through the other entries and reply directly to at least two classmates by Sunday evening at 11:59 pm Pacific Time. When you reply, always type the name of the classmate you are responding to and your name at the bottom of the message. Make sure to use proper grammar and punctuation in this college-level course and in all other correspondence. Please avoid “text” or “Twitter speak” when correspondingInclude one of the following when you reply to a classmate:Counter their claim and provide evidence and examples to support your position.
Pose a specific question that requires elaboration.
Expand on their ideas and provide additional evidence and examples.
Remember to…Create an initial post that is 75-150 words and responses that are between 50-100 words.
Address your classmates by their names when responding to their posts.
Don’t dominate the conversation. Ask questions and point out specific details that you found interesting about the other posts.
Keep in mind that your goal in responding is rooted in keeping the conversation going.
Quote or restate a few ideas from the post you are responding to.
Be respectful and non-confrontational.
Be as specific as possible to encourage discussion.
Guidelines above and other helpful tips for online discussions can be found here,
I’m working on a american studies practice test / quiz and need a sample draft to help me understand better.1. Please review each of the four (4) videos below.2. Discuss, in detail, their association, reference and importance about Native cultures. It will be important to include how these videos reference contemporary Native cultures. Questions, “does the content/theme of the video demonstrate an accurate or distorted representation of Native cultures throughout American history?” “How do the content/themes within the videos produce and reference Native culture to the larger non-Native community?” “Does the content/theme of the videos acknowledge historic or contemporary Native knowledge, cultural scope and sovereign understanding on Native Peoples?” Please address these questions within the response to each of the four (4) videos.3. Please complete a two (2) page, double-spaced response – using the points indicated in “Direction #2” – to each video. A minimum of eight (8) double-spaced pages of full text will be necessary to produce for this response. Note, the questions in “Direction #2” should help when answering each of the four (4) videos.’America is a stolen country’ (Links to an external site.)6 Misconceptions About Native American People | Teen Vogue (Links to an external site.)Real Life As A Young and Native American | i-D (Links to an external site.)1989 – American Indian Activist Russell Means testifies at Senate Hearing (Links to an external site.)
Requirements: 8-10 pages
Learning Goal: I’m working on a american studies question and need guidance to help me learn.very easy first week of the semester assignment if need anything let me know probably the easiest assignmentDownload and review https://deanza.instructure.com/courses/23943/files/6505269?wrap=1 Go to https://app.surveymethods.com/EndUser.aspx?AC88E4FCAEE7FCFCA6
Requirements: Easy very easy
Learning Goal: I’m working on a american studies practice test / quiz and need a sample draft to help me learn.American Studies is an academic discipline whose object of study is the United States of America and everything associated with it, and American sociologists largely ignore it.