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Criteria: (A) grade Understanding Biology: The student communicates their understanding by; Making links between related ideas, concepts, principles, and theories reveal meaningful interrelationships Applying knowledge and understanding about the processes of evolution to a range of complex and challenging tasks. Investigating Biology: The student communicates investigative processes by; – formulating justified researchable questions collecting and organising data to identify trends and interrelationships -interpreting and critically analysing results with links to theoretical concepts to draw conclusions relating to the question Evaluating Biological Issues: – Gathering and critically analysing and evaluating information and data from a variety of valid and reliable sources – Integrating the information and data to make justified and responsible decisions about the processes involved in the evolution of the organism – Considering alternatives and predictions about the future of evolution of an organism relevant in past, present and future biological contexts TASK: Select, with discrimination, appropriate information to explain the evolutionary history of your chosen organism. Apply your knowledge and understanding to develop a fully justified research question of the evolutionary processes that may have been involved in the evolution of your selected organism. Link the evolutionary history of the organism to the evolutionary processes that created it. Interpret and critically analyse current environemntal conditions that affect your organism to predict possible future evolutionary changes to your organism and any structural modifications evolution may produce. Fully justify all your claims. Review the evidence of evolution e.g. fossils, comparative anatomy, comparative embryology and molecular DNA evidence that you find and draw justified conclusions based on that evidence. Also, review the processes of evolution that relate to your organism these include genetic mutations to form new alleles and the subsequent effects of convergent and divergent population genetics, and the processes of speciation. Your hypothesis will need to include interpretation of data and critically evaluate evolutionary evidence If applicable, identify any critical evolutionary steps that were instrumental to the creation of your organism. (Rough notes) The Evolution of crocodiles Research Question (How has natural selection and environmental change impacted on the evolution of the Sea lions since prehistoric times?) · What is the evolutionary pathway of the crocodile Discuss evolution · What is evolution? · Evolution of crocodiles (Macro Evolution) · General overview of evolutionary evidence · Overview of Comparative Anatomy · Comparative anatomy of crocodile · Cladogram/ Phylogenetic tree · Physical anatomy · Fossil Evidenceà Dating tool, guarantees existence of organism most obvious/ essential bone variations in the evolution of crocodile with previous species and when it broke off from the other species (provide phylogenic tree) Tip · Join two evolutions in the crocodile side by side (i.e compare two at a time) · Address how a certain characteristic of the crocodile evolved over time · ? · ? · ? · · Need to research additional evolution Natural Selection Embryology · Embryos of crocodiles And Evidence · Mitochondrial DNA à Phylogenetic tree showing mRNAà how mRNA is inherited · In-depth analysis of current prey of animal proposed changes and fate of the crocodile species in the future
One three-five-page paper (1500 words maximum). The paper should be double-spaced, with proper MLA citation, bibliography, title, and 12-point font. Students will choose a topic related to a chapter in our textbooks or based on a lecture concept. My professor Did not really go into detail about how to do this paper. I wanted to do it over yin and yang and how it affects our culture today.
According to William James (1890) part of what we perceive comes through our senses but “another part (and it may be the larger part) always comes out of our head”. Discuss this statement providing evidence that supports and contrasts with this view. this essay should be in APA style for reference. also, I need lots of references, please do not leave any paragraph without any reference. size must be 12. font type Time new roman. introduction and conclusion must be the same number of papers or number of words.
Domestic Violence-What is intimate terrorism? What type of interventions might a victim of “terrorist” violence need in order to leave the abusive situation?
Subject: Justice Studies Intimate terrorism is a very specific type of abuse. For your initial post, respond to the following: Part 1: What is intimate terrorism? What type of interventions might a victim of “terrorist” violence need in order to leave the abusive situation? Part 2: Of the theories presented in this week’s readings (psychological theories of domestic violence or feminist theories or sociodemographic) which are most compelling and why? Describe and cite each specifically in your explanation. Part 3: Pose a thought-provoking question from the readings that you have (not a yes or no question, nor a question whose answer is easily found in the text). Posts should meet the following requirements: Minimum Word Count: initial post should be 300-400 words responding to the assignment question(s). Also make sure to RESPOND to one classmate’s question by attempting to answer it. Support opinions with evidence from the course material proofread at a college level Accurately apply language/terminology from the readings Cite the source(s) of material used to substantiate your arguments Submit initial and response posts by the deadline outlined in the Course Schedule. You are encouraged to use the discussion board as a form of dialogue among the class, so you may post more than one response. You will be graded on the first response post. Grades are based on reading reflection, effort and meeting the minimum word count.
I need this 2 questions to be answered in 150 words all together only, no more than 150 (NO in text citation):
1.Choose one of the World War II oral histories and identify an insight about their identities within the context of the war.
2.Explain the how the Bracero Program contributed to developing Mexican-American identity. Here the answer is not directly found in the readings, you need to use the readings to infer and address the question.
Then this question to be answered only in 250 words (in text citation): Choose one of the World War II oral histories and identify their insight about their identities. And discuss how the oral histories connect to the idea of being and becoming from our earlier class discussion.
down below I’ll put the links you’ll need & also I’ve ordered this amount before in one page and was able to be completed.
Oral histories: https://voces.lib.utexas.edu/collections/world-war-ii
Each of the links provides a part of the Bracero Program:
The study of children playing football
For this paper, you will be required to create an academic paper in APA format, demonstrating reflective thinking. Click here to access the essay template for this assignment. The elements below should be included in the essay. Include an APA-formatted title page (refer to the essay template). Include an introduction. The introduction to your paper should be one paragraph that states the overarching concept for your paper. The introduction is the first paragraph of the paper in which you will introduce readers to the three main topics in your paper: career goals, learning strategies for success, and time management. (This section should be a minimum of 50 words.) Describe your career goals. What were your career goals when you first began this course? How have they changed? What future courses will you take that will help you reach your goals? What role will mentors play in your quest? (This section should be a minimum of 150 words.) Make sure that you list the courses from your Degree Advisement Plan (DAP) and how they will assist your future career goals. Identify your learning style. What is your learning style? How can awareness in this area impact your behaviors as a student? What can you do to improve? How can your family help support your study habits? (This section should be a minimum of 150 words.) Include a paraphrased statement from your course textbook and/or a peer-reviewed article from the CSU Online Library to support your learning style and study methods. Make certain to include in-text citations. Remember to place the reference (for the textbook and/or the peer-reviewed research article) in APA style on the references page. Identify your time management techniques. When you first began this course, how well did you manage your time? What consumes most of your time on a daily basis now? Can adjustments be made in this area? What new strategies will you begin to incorporate in your educational experiences as well as your work and home environments to best balance all of your obligations? (This section should be a minimum of 150 words.) Provide a conclusion. The last paragraph should summarize the body of your paper. It should reflect back to the introduction and briefly state how you will approach career goals, time management, and study methods. (This section should be at least 50 words.) Include a references page. On a separate page, list the reference(s) for your paper. You must use a minimum of one reference, which can be your textbook. The heading “References” (or “Reference” if only one source is used) should be centered at the top of the page. The references should be formatted according to the type of source. In other words, a book is formatted in a certain way, and an article is formatted in another way. List the references in alphabetical order according to the first author’s last name. Apply double-spacing. Each reference should be formatted with a hanging indentation. Your paper must be a minimum of two pages in length
Defining discourse community Discourse community is “a group of people, members of a community, who share a common interest and who use the same language, or discourse, as they talk and write about that interest” (CCC).
Defining discourse community Discourse community is “a group of people, members of a community, who share a common interest and who use the same language, or discourse, as they talk and write about that interest” (CCC). Discourse community is a term for the sorts of “groups within which we humans act out distinctive identities and activities” (Gee, “Discourse”). Specifically, Gee calls “writing-saying-doing-being-valuing-believing combinations” as “Discourse,” with a capital “D.” To him, “discourse” with a little “d” means “connected stretches of language that make sense, so “discourse” is part of “Discourse’’ (Gee, “Literacy” 6). Here are some examples of discourse communities: Asian/American community at Miami (an example of sociocultural, racial, or ethnic discourse communities) Yoga community (a discourse community forms around an activity or practice) Harry potter fans (fandom as a discourse community) International travelers on Instagram Faculty and students in a Studying Abroad Program (e.g. Fulbright scholarship program) Feminist discourse community surrounding the #metoo movement (an online discourse community) a multi-racial advocacy group against white supremacy foodies of a particular type of food Project description In this project, you will research a discourse community that is relevant and meaningful to your studies, professions, or life. The purpose goal of this research project is to understand how that discourse community works: how the chosen discourse community establishes, maintains, and knows itself. The discourse community you choose for Project 2 could be one of following types: a sociocultural or political community, perhaps one related to your identities, academic interests, professional goals, or personal life. a group formed around an activity or practice a group formed around an avocation (e.g. an artistic, hobbyist, or adventure society) a specific community within your academic discipline Specifically, the discourse community you choose needs to be: Option 1: a discourse community of another culture, in another country, or in another geopolitical place. Option 2: a discourse community that you’re not yet a member but want to become a part of, that is, a discourse community that deeply interests you but you’re not yet fully involved in or completely familiar with. Examples of discourse communities see above If you’re unsure about your topic selection, please ask. I’m more than happy to talk! Guidelines on selection and analysis of a discourse community 1. As you explore, narrow your attention as much as possible. Seek out smaller and sustained groups within a community. For instance, how might Vloggers who are basing, living, studying abroad constitute a discourse community within the larger Vloggers community? how might international Chinese students constitute a discourse community within the broader Chinese/American community? 2. When analyzing the chosen discourse community, start with specific (1) artifact, (2) text (or multimodal equivalents like films, websites, documentaries, etc.), or (3) activity and practice of that discourse community. Then, use these artifacts, texts, and practices to trace out the assumptions, values, beliefs, preoccupations, concerns, preferences, tendencies, common goals, ethos, authority, or thinking patterns of that discourse community. For instance, focus on a specific genre or medium that discourse community uses, a specific doing that discourse community practices, an artifact it produces, a technology it employs, a place (online or offline) that the members go to, etc. 3. Invention questions. Use the following invention questions, which can propel and frame your essay: What are the discursive patterns of the community? What rhetorical trends and argumentative tactics do you detect? What unstated assumptions operate in the texts, artifacts, or practices you examine? What are the underlying beliefs, values, preferences, or tendencies of these texts, artifacts, and practices? What are the broadly agreed sets of common goals that the members have? Do they share a similar preoccupations or concern? Why? How well defined is the community? What are its borders? Where does it stop and start? Does the community have an expressed identity? What is its ethos? What challenges do they face? In response to the challenges, how do they act, be, or practice differently? (i.e. transformation of the same practice across communities) How does genre/medium play out in this discourse community? Through what venues do the members communicate with each other? Do they rely on particular technology? How do they use these venues and technologies to communicate? Does it have an explicit antagonist or opposing force? If so, how does that feed or function within the community? Project requirements 1. Sources Discourse Community Artifacts or texts: Examine at least two textual examples (or multimodal equivalents) from your chosen discourse community. In other words, analyze, cite, or incorporate texts or items of artifacts that give voice to your chosen community. These texts or artifacts can be–e.g. articles, pictures, emails, blog posts, mission statements, clips of interviews, passages from the transcripts, clips of films, excerpts from comics. Core Readings/Texts: Integrate relevant academic terms, concepts, and passages from our course readings (e.g. Gee, Swales, etc.). Secondary Outside Sources: Integrate four outside, secondary sources to help you understand and analyze the features and nature of the discourse community. Apply MLA format and citation style. (I’m familiar with all major citation styles, so if you’d like to use something other than MLA, e.g. APA, Chicago, consult with me ahead of time.) 2. Proposal (500-600 words). Respond to the following questions: Which discourse community are you thinking to research? Is it a discourse community of another culture or in another geopolitical place (option 1)? Is it a discourse community that you want to become a member of (option 2)? Rationalize why the group you choose is a discourse community. Reflect upon your positionality: (1) Why do you want to research the chosen discourse community? How is the chosen discourse community related to your identities, academic interests, professional goals, or personal life? (2) your relationships, interactions, and/or experiences with this DC Describe your current impressions or assumptions about this DC. What texts, artifacts, or examples of practices and activities do you need to gather in order to write about this DC? Do you have access to these information? 3. Write an essay of minimum 1800 words that thoroughly describes the elements of your chosen discourse community; minimum 1000 words for the 1st draft
Explore an issue, social problem, or social program in Canada of your choice and identify possible solutions
It provides you the opportunity to explore an issue, social problem, or social program in Canada of your choice and identify possible solutions etc. 2. You will be exposed to the principle components of how to analyse government policy. You will be able to conduct a policy analysis of your own and address the following elements of a systematic policy analysis. a. A description and analysis of the issue. b. Specification and evaluation of the policy alternatives to deal with the problem. c. An examination of the implementation issues involved with applying the policy solution to the problem.
Part A: Recruitment (50 marks) Consider the job description that you wrote in Assignment 2 (Gas Station Attendant). Design a recruitment strategy to attract and retain high-quality applicants for that position. The recruitment strategy should include the criteria listed below. Your overall budget is $3500. You can be as creative as you like with this assignment. You may develop a flow chart or use a PowerPoint presentation to illustrate your responses. You should refer back to your textbook, which will provide you with some guidelines. Prepare the following documents for your recruitment strategy: An overall recruitment plan that includes your planned activities and costs; remember that your total budget is $3500. (20 marks) Develop a job posting for the position that would appear on your organization’s website. (10 marks) Develop an advertisement that you would place in a print publication like a newspaper or a web button that you would use within social media sites like LinkedIn or Facebook for the position. Be sensitive to the cost of the job ad in your design. (10 marks) Discuss how you will use the Internet and social media tools to recruit candidates. (10 marks) Part B: Selection (50 marks) Write a two-page report, approximately 500 words, which provides the following: Develop shortlist criteria for the position. Be sure to consider the qualities that you typically find on a resume when building your criteria. (10 marks) Describe the methods you would use to assess the candidates. Is testing, mini-presentations, or assessments options? (10 marks) Identify five to eight key competency areas that you will assess during an interview, develop ten key interview questions for the position, ensuring that you use some behavioral interview questions. (20 marks) Describe the purpose of reference checking and identify three or four questions you would ask referees about this candidate. (10 marks)