First, reread/reacquaint yourself with the two articles attached. Then read this new guidance from the DOE (attached) The next day you are at school, Are you able to go a day without identifying the gender of students? Examples: Thank you, sir; Good morning, ladies; Okay, boys and girls, My man, etc. Which phrases did you catch yourself using? When? Was it when you didnt know the students name? Can you change this habit? Should you? What do the articles/DOE guidance say about this “day in school” experience?
What strategies for CVE(countering violent Extremism and terrorism) could the US government adopt that it is not presently doing? Discuss.
First answer this question Complete question BEFORE you read the article:
How much control do you believe you have in your life? Provide specific examples. Next,
https://www.jonescollegeprep.org/ourpages/auto/2015/12/14/48635457/In%20Control%20and%20Glad%20of%20it_.pdfRead the above article provided by the link and then answer the following
Complete questions AFTER you read the article:
How is the term Reactance explained in the article? Describe a time/event when this may have occurred in your life. Explain your reaction to the event.Describe the findings of the study.
How might you use these findings in your own life?
How might we, as a global community, use these findings?
Questions to consider for your two to three-page response:1. What did you learn about gay theatre/cinema while watching this documentary?2. What is one thing you found “shocking” or “too much” in regards to gay people in film?3. Are Hollywood films today open and accepting of gay characters in a positive and accepting way? How?4. Was there a film you like that was mentioned in this documentary? Which?5. What is your overall opinion about the documentary?
Topics for the BIOLOGY ANTHROPOLOGY term paper: you can choose either between
The evolution of language in humans (did Neanderthals have language how did it develop..Etc..etc?) OR
Human skin color as an adaptation. There is a lot of freedom w this paper. Just chose the topic find the sources and talk about it. Show the info and facts you found. However my professor is INCREDIBLY picky about her sources so here is how you should obtain them please:Instructions for the term paper1. Obtain references from a journal for your topic using google scholar.Go to: http://scholar.google.com/ In the keywords box, type in keywords for your topic
Choose at least 3 scientific articles to cite in your essayo The articles you choose should be at least 3 pages long (if it says abstract after the title of the article, then you cannot use it as one of your three references)
2. Once you have the titles of your papers use Hunter resources to access the journals you need3. List your two references using the following citation style:For a journal:Author last name, first intitials. Year. Article Title. Journal title Volume #: pages.For example:Smith, H and Johnson, L. 2007. Can the patterns of sexual swelling cycles in female Tai chimpanzees be explained by the cost-of-sexual-attraction hypothesis? International Journal of Primatology 28: 389-406.For a book:Author last name, first initials. Year. Book title. Place published: Publisher.
Gender and Sexuality Across the Lifespan and Access to Healthcare and Public Health Services Childhood abuse, including sexual, physical, or verbal abuse, can result in adult health issues. Approximately 5% of patients with a history of childhood abuse will report the abuse to a physician but most physicians report that they do not screen for abuse. On average, 20% of men and 25% of women report childhood abuse. (Springer, 2003) Childhood abuse has a consequence of psychological and physical health issues. Psychological ramifications may include depression, anxiety, eating disorders, PTSD, and aggression. Physical health issues may include chronic pain syndromes,fibromyalgia,chronic fatigue syndrome,and irritable bowel. Victims of childhood abuse are also more likely to engage in high-risk health behaviors including smoking,alcohol and drug use,and unsafe sex. (Springer, 2003) Childhood abuse is positively related to adult depression, aggression, hostility, anger, fear, anxiety disorders, and personality disorders. Men and women utilize health care services with different degrees of effectiveness. Women are more predisposed to utilize health care services than men. Studies have shown that there is a direct link between thoughts of weakness and rejecting help aspect of masculinity and help seeking behavior. By dismissing their health care needs, men are constructing gender. When a man brags, I haven’t been to a doctor in years, he is simultaneously describing a health practice and situating himself in a masculine arena. (Hunt, 2011) As a result of this masculine social construct, men may under utilize health care services, are less likely than women to seek medical care when they are ill and prefer to tough it out until they cannot handle it anymore. Men’s reluctance to seek health care is a significant barrier to improving their health. Their reluctance to seek care decreases their chance for early detection, treatment, and prevention of disease. Health professionals should move primary care into the workplace to make it easier for men to access health services. Women are more likely to seek health care services than men. The idea that women may seek services more readily and men will hesitate may result in health care providers assuming that women have a lower level of symptom tolerance before deciding to seek. This could affect a providers evaluation of the symptoms, their diagnosis, and their strategy for helping a patient manage their symptoms. Patient gender can influence a doctors’ proposed management strategy. For example, when doctors were shown videotapes of identical symptoms which could be indicative of coronary heart disease, female patients were asked fewer questions and were recommended for fewer diagnostic tests. Doctors were more likely to tune into psychological cues and to search for psychological explanations for symptoms when the presenting patient was female. Gender identification can be a determining factor to varying degrees of effectiveness to health. These can include how a particular gender deals with stress, environmental toxins, and poor nutrition or lifestyle choices. These factors can vary in women, men and any identification in between. (Regitz-Zagrosek, 2012) References Hunt, K., Adamson, J., Hewitt, C., & Nazareth, I. (2011). Do women consult more than men? A review of gender and consultation for back pain and headache. Journal of health services research & policy, 16(2), 108-17. Regitz-Zagrosek V. (2012). Sex and gender differences in health. Science & Society Series on Sex and Science. EMBO reports, 13(7), 596-603. doi: Springer, K. W., Sheridan, J., Kuo, D., & Carnes, M. (2003). The long-term health outcomes of childhood abuse. An overview and a call to action. Journal of general internal medicine, 18(10), 864-70. What is a Substantive Response? Substantive responses to PEERS include discussion extenders such as expanding on the points of discussion in your own words, supported by scholarly references, or providing alternative perspectives supported with scholarly references. Responses to peers could also include reflecting back the meaning of their post to provide context and insight. Avoid simple posts of agreement; if you agree, explain why, and then thoughtfully further the conversation by supporting your answer with authoritative sources, such as references to scholarly articles.
The aim of the paper is to write about the following topics that should be linked together: 1. Problems of transportation in Canton of Geneva (Switzerland) 2. What is transition theory and how can it be applied to the Canton of Geneva
Introduction: The United States has become increasingly diverse. The unique perspectives, backgrounds, and experiences of students can enrich the learning environment if those differences do not become barriers. As an educator, it is imperative that you become knowledgeable about aspects of culture and diversity, and develop competence in creating an equitable learning environment for all students. In this task you will write an essay (suggested length of 25 pages) in which you explain the importance of diversity consciousness for educators. Requirements: You must use the rubric to direct the creation of your submission because it provides detailed criteria that will be used to evaluate your work. Each requirement below may be evaluated by more than one rubric aspect. The rubric aspect titles may contain hyperlinks to relevant portions of the course. A. Describe two distinct diverse groups within the U.S. student population. 1. To help an educator gain knowledge of each diversity group, cite source information to support your description in part A. 2. Describe a challenge related to the diversity background that each identified group may experience in a school setting (i.e., one challenge for each group in part A). 3. Describe an instructional strategy by which educators can support the educational achievement of students from each of the identified groups (i.e., one strategy for each group in part A). a. Cite source information that supports the instructional strategies described in part A3. B. Explain why it is important for educators to develop approaches that are responsive to the diversity background of all students. C. Acknowledge sources, using in-text citations and references, for content that is quoted, paraphrased, or summarized.
Helix by Banana Yoshimoto explores the boundary between self and other in a love relationship. Newlywed is a story that leads its protagonist to reassess his relationship to his new wife because of a sudden compulsion he feels to break out of his routine, which takes him on an adventure of self-discovery. In what way is a helper figure important in both these stories to allow the protagonist to arrive at an epiphany related to his life, and to pull him out of his self-imposed solitude? Why is reconciliation to another an important idea in Yoshimotos stories, despite the fact that her characters are often strongly individualistic and authentic to themselves? Try to arrive at a thesis that is true to both stories (or alternatively, your thesis could be a comparative statement that looks at the idea of a relationship to a significant other differently in each story). For your body paragraphs, try to find 2 or 3 common techniques that the stories share (depending on how many body paragraphs you are writing); compare the development of each technique across the two stories.
Compare Florida and Colorado on Gun Laws