What I’ve learned this semester with this class English 121 with My instructor A

What I’ve learned this semester with this class English 121 with My instructor Amy.
1. It was tough to manage kids, home, work, coaching and School. finding that balance was a challenge.
2. technical difficulties were hard
3. I really enjoyed the feedback when I was able to participate
4. Amy’s style of teaching and knowledge was amazing.
5. I’d definitely recommend this class to everyone and I’d happily take another class with Amy

Unit II Assignment For this assignment, you will answer the following questions.

Unit II Assignment
For this assignment, you will answer the following questions. Ensure your answers are written clearly
and use precise and accurate historical examples to defend all of your opinions and arguments. Adhere
to APA Style when creating citations and references for this assignment. APA formatting, however, is not
necessary. Your responses should fully answer each question, and your assignment should be at least
two pages in length.
1. In what ways did geography influence the development of Bronze Age social structures, religions and
cultures? How did societies in river valleys compare to other ancient societies such as the Greeks?
2. What are some important lessons on life and leadership found in the Epic of Gilgamesh? How are
these lessons relevant to modern society? How can you incorporate some of these into your own life?
3. What were the roles and value of stories in ancient societies? Why are they important to historians?
How do ancient stories and their roles in their society compare to modern stories and their roles in our
society?
4. How do Mesopotamian and Egyptian government, society, religion and culture compare? How do
their phases of development and decline compare? Why are they similar or different?
5. If you fell in a time machine and had to survive in any period of Bronze Age Egypt or Mesopotamia,
which specific period and location would you choose and why? What would you do to survive?

Oceans 8 – Your revision statement is a 1-2 page double-spaced statement that re

Oceans 8 – Your revision statement is a 1-2 page double-spaced statement that relates to me how you incorporated the feedback received from your peers and me into your final essay. You can do this in a bulleted list. You can do this as an audio recording (if so aim for 3 minutes or so). How did you incorporate peer feedback and my feedback into your revisions, and how helpful was the feedback you received? What did you learn from working on this project? The goal of the statement is for me to see how you are incorporating feedback into your revision. Teachers input- Submission Feedback
Overall Feedback
Nice job with the introduction. It clearly leads into an evaluative claim which sets me up for how to read the review. Submission Feedback
Overall Feedback
Good job with the design changes at the beginning of the piece. I wish that you had been able to address a little bit of the content to strengthen things, based on my feedback.
I would say that the review is not just informative, but persuasive, which it should be. Nice work with that. Also, solid work on the cinematography paragraph.
In terms of what the review still needs, here are some thoughts.
1) You have this great line “Ocean’s 8 effectively uses its star-studded cast to ensure that the movie remains impressionable long after it ends.” that doesn’t get fully supported. You describe the different members of the cast, but you don’t quite show us how they make this movie “impressionable long after it ends.” Play around and see what you can do with that.
2) Since this is a female departure from the typical Oceans series, you might have a paragraph to show what this approach adds for the viewer/why such an approach was a solid choice. This would help I think in terms of your question about appeal to a female audience.
3) Part of the assignment is to have a clear idea of where this might be published on the web. You don’t mention that, so right now, it is not designed/its visual look to resemble other reviews that are appearing on that web site.

Assignment: Legislation Grid and Testimony/Advocacy Statement As a nurse, how of

Assignment: Legislation Grid and Testimony/Advocacy Statement
As a nurse, how often have you thought to yourself, If I had anything to do about it, things would work a little differently? Increasingly, nurses are beginning to realize that they do, in fact, have a role and a voice.
Many nurses encounter daily experiences that motivate them to take on an advocacy role in hopes of impacting policies, laws, or regulations that impact healthcare issues of interest. Of course, doing so means entering the less familiar world of policy and politics. While many nurses do not initially feel prepared to operate in this space effectively, the reward is the opportunity to shape and influence future health policy.
To Prepare:
Select a bill that has been proposed (not one that has been enacted) using the congressional websites provided in the Learning Resources.
The Assignment: (1- to 2-page Legislation Grid; 1-page Legislation Testimony/Advocacy Statement)
Be sure to add a title page, an introduction, purpose statement, and a conclusion. This is an APA paper.
Part 1: Legislation Grid
Based on the health-related bill (proposed, not enacted) you selected, complete the Legislation Grid Template. Be sure to address the following:
Determine the legislative intent of the bill you have reviewed.
Identify the proponents/opponents of the bill.
Identify the target populations addressed by the bill.
Where in the process is the bill currently? Is it in hearings or committees?
Part 2: Legislation Testimony/Advocacy Statement
Based on the health-related bill you selected, develop a 1-page Legislation Testimony/Advocacy Statement that addresses the following:
Advocate a position for the bill you selected and write testimony in support of your position.
Describe how you would address the opponent to your position. Be specific and provide examples.
At least 2 outside resources and 2-3 course specific resources are used.

Create an Essay for high school aged students discussing normative aging changes

Create an Essay for high school aged students discussing normative aging changes, sexuality, STDs, and prevention.
Discuss normal body changes that occur through puberty into young adulthood
Discuss specific STDs, causes, symptoms, complications, and treatment:
**You should include a slide or two for each of the following: Gonorrhea, Chlamydia, Herpes, HIV, Syphlis, HPV
Discuss pregnancy and prevention
The assignment should be submitted in APA Format and include at least two scholarly sources other than provided materials.

Your revision statement is a 1-2 page double-spaced statement that relates to me

Your revision statement is a 1-2 page double-spaced statement that relates to me how you incorporated the feedback received from your peers and me into your final essay. You can do this in a bulleted list. You can do this as an audio recording (if so aim for 3 minutes or so). How did you incorporate peer feedback and my feedback into your revisions, and how helpful was the feedback you received? What did you learn from working on this project? The goal of the statement is for me to see how you are incorporating feedback into your revision.
My teachers feedback- Submission Feedback
Overall Feedback
Charlie–your passion comes through here. There are a few things to keep in mind as you work on your revision.
1) You make some leaps in logic in your support for your argument. For example, using the first amendment/freedom of speech to connect with vaccines is not clear logic. A vaccine mandate does not break constitutionality. Similarly, the logical leap to dictatorship risks is a big one just based on the mandate. I would caution such huge leaps without a clear path of research showing a better connection.
2) I don’t have an issue with the stance you are arguing, but I would encourage you to find other arguments to support your position in order to make a better case for your audience. There are plenty of avenues you might take with support.
3) Good argumentation takes into account the opposing sides position. You give a brief nod to that in terms of “vaccination is not a bad thing.” But you don’t fully develop it. In what ways are you supporting vaccinations? Try to be more specific. Also, what are some of the other arguments in favor of a mandate that you want to either acknowledge or show their faultiness?
4) Once you have fine-tuned some of your content, then you will want to work on recording this for your final project. Keep in mind the pacing you want to have, pausing where you want audience members to take this in more and emphasizing places that need that extra emphasis.
Please let me know if you need any clarification or more feedback.
I also noticed you posted your artist statement. They are not due until Sunday, December 5th, with the rest of the project, so you might want to revise and resubmit it then once you’ve reworked this. I don’t give feedback on the drafts of the artist statement. I did glance at it, and please make sure you carefully review rhetorical appeals. You use the term pathological, which has very negative connotations and is not the same as appeals using pathos, which is probably what you meant.

Part A. Water Pollution and Water Quality Assessment Review the concepts of wate

Part A. Water Pollution and Water Quality Assessment
Review the concepts of water quality using your course notes in Unit 6, and watch the Nature of Things production Save my Lake
Based on this information and your own independent research, answer the following:
Describe the key differences between oligotrophic and eutrophic waters in terms of their physical, chemical, and biological features (including food web differences). Based on these differences, which of these two conditions is most desirable and sustainable here in Manitoba and why?
Identify five natural and five human generated sources of contaminants that lead to eutrophication of water bodies. Of these, which do you believe is the most challenging to regulate? Why?
Part B. Lake Winnipeg and Watershed Management
If you have not already done so, watch the Nature of Things production Save My Lake
Using the video Save My Lake as your guide, you should note that there are numerous strategies to manage water quality and promote the sustainability of Lake Winnipeg. Based on the video and your independent research, provide answers to the following:
Describe the key features of the Lake Winnipeg watershed that make this lake particularly vulnerable to eutrophication.
Review water chemistry data from 1999 to 2016 for three rivers that discharge into Lake Winnipeg
Outline the general trends in nitrogen and phosphorus concentrations that occurred over the years of the study;
Outline the differences in nitrogen and phosphorus concentration between the three rivers examined in the study;
What factors do you think may have contributed to the variability observed in the data between years of the study?
Based on these results, what recommendations can you make regarding the management goals and priorities for Lake Winnipeg water quality improvements?
Thinking back to the features of the phosphorus and nitrogen cycles, explain how humans have altered the ways these chemicals should naturally move in the environment. What other sources of these nutrients (describe 4) do we need to control as homeowners concerned for their watershed’s water quality and why?

tema: O LÚDICO COMO RECURSO DIDÁTICO PARA O ENSINO DE BIOLOGIA: um facilitador d

tema: O LÚDICO COMO RECURSO DIDÁTICO PARA O ENSINO DE BIOLOGIA: um facilitador de aprendizagem para o ensino sobre a estrutura das células aninais e vegetais.
Preciso de artigo para conclusão do curso de licenciatura em Biologia . Falar sobre o ensino de biologia usando massinha, fazendo maquet etc neste sentido. dificuldades enfrentadas etc.
Numero de páginas 12, sem contar com capas, resumo, etc. Envio a apostila contendo mais explicações.
prazo: ate o final do mês mas tenho que receber rascunho, problema, hipóteses, etc para fazer acompanhamento com instrutor de tcc

Identify a sociologically relevant topic or problem of your choosing. For your f

Identify a sociologically relevant topic or problem of your choosing. For your final project, you must link that topic/problem to the wide range of tools of sociological thought you have learned this semester in a presentation (e.g., PowerPoint) or written review. Your project must substantially fulfill the following requirements:
Give a background of the topic or problem you have chosen and discuss why it would benefit from being understood through a sociological lens. What assumptions do people make about it that sociology can inform (or change)? What does sociology bring to the table that differs from people’s everyday social and cultural assumptions?
Discuss how two sociological theories can be applied. In doing so, you should make clear that you understand how the core perspectives of the theory can connect to and offer insight into the real-world example you have chosen. In other words, how would this theory interpret your topic?
It may be easiest to choose from the major theories (Structural-Functionalism, Symbolic Interactionism, and Conflict Theory*), but recall that there are some other theories presented in your readings.
Discuss how two sociological concepts can be applied. In doing so, you should show how these concepts can be seen at work inside the topic/problem you’ve identified. Use them to zero in on aspects of your example and interpret them. You may choose from the following list of concepts:
Social Structure
Culture
Socialization
Social inequality*
Social identity
Including groups and categories
Power and authority (counts as one)
Deviance
Social change
(*Important: note that if you choose Conflict Theory as one of your theories, you may not choose social inequality as one of your concepts.)
If you do a presentation, remember that you will not actually have the opportunity to present it to your instructor in person. This means that you cannot explain what’s on your slides. Therefore, you should not use them as rough, illustrative guides. While they do not have to read like a paper, they must contain all the content required for the project. A few brief sentences will not adequately meet each requirement; you will be evaluated on how thoroughly and how well you meet these requirements. Accordingly, use as many slides as it takes to fully present your work and your thought. If necessary, err on the side of “too much”!
If you choose to do a written paper instead of a presentation, it must be 5 pages in length (Times New Roman, 12-pt font, double spaced, 1″ margins).
Whichever option you choose, please provide a list of references at the end and be sure to disclose in the body of your presentation or paper where you have used words, figures, ideas, or any other material from your sources.