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Autism Spectrum Disorders
Learning Profile) informs the Individual Education Program for the child. The IEP includes specific learning objectives as well as other supports needed including both accommodations and modifications that enable access to the Australian Curriculum (or your state or national general curriculum if you are outside of Australia). Each of the autism characteristic areas should be addressed in the student’s overall program plan. The plan will address specific learning objectives and adjustments needed across all indicated specific areas. A minimum of 5(five) learning objectives must be included in the overall plan. These may address all 5 autism underlying characteristic areas or may be specific to particular areas, depending on the needs of the child. Your plan should demonstrate when these learning objectives will be explicitly taught throughout the school day and what adjustments will be put in place to address the specific needs of the child. Essentially you will develop an overall schedule that includes the IEP objectives, supports, modifications and/or accommodations embedded within the learner’s daily schedule. You may use any of the tools provided in the readings (e.g., Comprehensive Autism Planning System) or design your own.
Literary Criticism to stories
You must apply one or a combination of several appropriate schools of literary criticism to one of the stories, plays, or poems of the following list: • Jamaica Kincaid’s “Girl” • Robert Browning’s “My last duchess” • Anne Sexton’s “Cinderella” • Margaret Atwood’s “Happy Endings” • Matthew Arnold’s “Dover Beach” • Leslie Silko’s “Yellow Woman” • Sherman Alexie’s “The long ranger and tonto fistfight in heaven” • Susan Glaspell’s “Trifles” • Robert Frost’s “Stopping by the woods on a snowy evening” • Robert Frost’s “the road no taken” • Kate Chopin’s “the story of an hour” • Zora Neale Hurston’s “Sweat” • William Shakespeare’s “Sonnet” • T.S. Eliot’s “the love song of J. Alfred Prufrock” • Emily Dickinson’s “Because I could not stop for death” • Dylan Thomas “Do not go gentle into that good night” • Gwendolyn Brooks “We real cool” • August Wilson’s “Fences” • Joyce Carol Oates “Where are you going? Where have you been?” • Edgar Allan Poe’s “The cask of Amontillado” • Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s “The yellow wallpaper” • Sylvia Plath’s “Daddy” • Gabriel Garcia Marquez “A very old man with enormous wings” • Flannery O’Connor’s “Good Country People” • James Joyce’s “Araby” • Alice Walker’s “Everyday use” • Eduardo Corral “In Colorado my father scoured and stacked dishes” • Martin Espada’s “Alabanza: In praise of local 100” • Denise Duhamel’s “Kinky” • Taylor Mali “What teachers make” • Tim O’Brien “The things they carried” • Truman Capote’s “A Christmas memory” Types of literary criticism: • Formalism and new criticism • Feminist and gender criticism • Queer theory • Marxist Criticism • Cultural studies • Postcolonial Criticism • Historical Criticism and new historicism • Psychological criticism • Reader response criticism • Structuralism • Poststructuralism and deconstruction • Biographical Criticism • Mythological Criticism We have been reading “Literature: a portable anthology” (fourth edition) and most of these stories and poems are in this book. Sources should be books or scholarly articles from the PIMA College Library database.(Not necessarily from PIMA College) PLEASE DO NOT PLAGIARIZE! Essay will be submitted in TURNITIN
The Dream Of Rood Poem
The Dream Of Rood has two narrators, the dreamer, and the rood ( the tree used for the cross of Jesus). Be careful, now. What is the purpose of each narrator in the poem ? https://anglosaxonpoetry.camden.rutgers.edu/dream-of-the-rood/ No outside criticism, only information from the story. any questions please ask
Diversity paper on patient care
Diversity paper on patient care in dentistry. Must include well written introduction, body and conclusion. Must include 3 scholarly refs. Must be formatted and cited in APA
Assuming the role of marketing consultant required to design an experiential product in food and beverage industry and develop a full marketing plan. 1. A situation analysis 2. A thorough analysis of the target market 3. Marketing strategy 4. Financial de
Assuming the role of marketing consultant required to design an experiential product in food and beverage industry and develop a full marketing plan. 1. A situation analysis 2. A thorough analysis of the target market 3. Marketing strategy 4. Financial details
Dress Code Problem-solving, decision-making, conflict and change
Want a page on Dress code Problem-solving, decision-making, conflict and change based on the situation. Please look at the scenario and formulate the paper how you would address the issue. Thanks .