Your main post should be about 150-200 words and should include specific references and details (paraphrases or direct quotes with MLA documentation) to the assigned reading.
Provide your own commentary–your opinion, observations, commentary on connections to current issues/texts, etc. You can refer to movies, tv, other cultural experiences and observations too.
Respond to at least one other post in about 100-150 words. You might react to the original post, add a counter point/ interpretation, etc. Just try to advance the discussion in a meaningful way.
10 pts. for main posting; 5 pts. for response You must cite any outside sources. You will not receive credit for material copied and pasted from the internet.
Specific Course Requirements: • Competence in basic grammar, usage, spelling, mechanics, punctuation, and stylistic elements of writing, as well as citation conventions for MLA.
Write a written assignment introducing your lesson “The Pearl” by John Steinbeck to your students and you will also create a video of yourself introducing your lesson to your students. Basically, you will give them an overview of what they will be learning in your lesson. Your video can be recorded with a webcam, video camera, or even your smartphone. Once you have recorded your video file, upload it to YouTube. Click here for instructions about how to do this. After you have uploaded it to YouTube, open a Word document, and place the link to your file within the document. Underneath the link to the video file, please describe how you, as the teacher, could share your interactive video file with all of your students. Remember that each student has individual needs that you must take into account. Your video file should be at least three minutes in length, and your written assignment should be at least one page in length. Proper APA formatting is not required in this assignment.
· Create an Outline with Thesis
· Determine the literary elements that were used in the quotes you selected. Read your explanations and consider if they discuss the conflict, characterization, setting, point of view, word choice, or devices such as figurative language.
“What if…?” What if the time period of “Neighbour Rosicky” were changed to contemporary society? Write a 400-word creative response in which you rewrite one of the following scenes. Assume the setting is contemporary. The opening conversation between Rosicky and Dr. Burleigh in Part I. The scene between Polly, Rudolph, and Rosick
Search and read a research journal article with a focus on the literature reviews. Then, discuss and answer the following questions:
- What is the research objective?
- What is the research question?
- How does the literature review relate to the research objective and question?
- What are some ethical considerations that are important in this article?
Reflect on two authors whose nonfiction works you admire or respect and could possibly use as sources in a research study. This could be due to their style of writing or their experience (as related to your occupation or a research project). Do you think your personal opinion of an author or his or her work can bias the contents of a literature review? Explain your rationale.
Read Mark Twain’s “The Man That Corrupted Hadleyburg” https://www.gutenberg.org/files/1213/1213-h/1213-h.htm (Links to an external site.)
What ethical approaches does Mark Twain apply in his short story.
Hadleyburg’s solution to their lack of ethical understanding is to increase the number of ethical conundrums faced. Are there other ways to fix the problem that Hadleyburg represents?
Can we learn ethical behavior without resorting to, or being exposed to, unethical behavior? Can there be good without evil? Can there be ethics without encountering a lack of ethics? Does an innocent child have to lose that innocence in order to act ethically? Is there a place for innocence in the modern world?
Things to know: The best literature reviews are not individual summaries of articles; rather, they are a combined synthesis. In scholarly writing, to synthesize means to bring various ideas and pieces of information together. In this “bringing together,” new comparisons are drawn and new meanings derived. So, even though you are reporting on information in four different articles, you are also molding that information into a new and unique story you are telling about the research topic.
For a visual, you might think about each piece of information within a theme as a strand of yarn or rope. You weave those strands together, put them against each other, twist them, and eventually you come up with a beautiful shape. In the literature review, this “weaving” looks like comparing, contrasting, and analyzing the articles in relationship to one another and the social work profession.
In this Assignment, you write a short literature review on your research topic, keeping the principle of synthesis in mind.
Submit a 2-page literature review demonstrating what is known about your topic and any identified gaps. The literature review must include at least four of the peer-reviewed research articles you found.
At the end of your literature review, write 1 to 2 paragraphs answering the following question:
· How will you change, refine, or focus your research question based on your exploration of the literature? Provide justification.
Discuss one of the metaphors from Morgan’s writings that applies to your own organizational context, Transportation Security Administration (TSA). From the perspective of a leader/manager, discuss the benefit of identifying the functionality of your organization through the lens of the selected metaphor. What do you learn about your organization using that metaphor? What do you learn about your role in the organization through recognizing the metaphor at work?
1. Choose one of the three social change literature review articles found in this week’s Learning Resources and review the article in detail. Thomas, E.F., MCGarty, C., & Mavor, K.I. (2009). Transforming “Apathy into movement”: The role of prosocial emotions in motivation action for social change. Personality & Social Psychology Review, 13(4), 310-333. Kezar, A. (2014). Higher education change and social networks: A review of the research. Journal of Higher Education, 85(1), 91-125. Aguinis, H. & Glavas, A. (2012). What we know and don’t know about corporate social responsibility: A review and research agenda. Journal of Management, 38(4). 932-968. 2. Explore and locate an additional document, video, or webpage that will inform your understanding of the meaning of positive social change. Reflect on any additional sources you find. 3. Next, write field notes based on the information you gathered from any other documents or websites that might inform your changing impressions about the meaning of positive social change. 4. Finally, review the transcript of the media programs related to coding and consider how you will use this information to support your understanding. Note: In your Excel Video Coding template there is a tab for your website data. Use this tab to place your content and codes for the website. 5. Write an explanation of your understanding of the meaning of positive social change thus far. Refer to the additional sources you have reviewed and comment on how they are shaping your experience. Use the data you gathered from your analytic memo to support your explanation. 6. Be sure to support with 2-3 references from the week’s Learning Resources and other scholarly evidence in APA style. Ashoka. (2017). My changemaker toolkit. Retrieved from https://issuu.com/ashokachangemakers/docs/my_changemaker_toolkit_2017_issuu Tackling Heropreneurship. (n.d.). The impact gaps canvas. Retrieved from https://tacklingheropreneurship.com/the-impact-gaps-canvas/