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Epic of Gilgamesh Questions

1) Love is a major theme in the text. But what is the most important relationship in the story, in your opinion- and why? Defend your answer.  2) What role do women play in the Epic of Gilgamesh? For example, how would you characterize women like Ishtar, Ninsun, Shamhat, or Aruru? How do these characters help advance any of the story’s themes? Finally, what do […]

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wk4 research notebook

This week, the research notebook focuses on integrating research into your own writing. Before you begin, please review the Writing Center resources Integrating Research (Links to an external site.) (with video) and Quoting, Paraphrasing, & Summarizing (Links to an external site.). In the Week 4 Research Notebook you will Integrate research into your overall analysis. Practice citing from specific resources.

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wk 5 discussion

Write In 250 to 300 words, address the following points: IT career field  Describe what you have learned about the research process through assignments and activities in this class. Which stages came easiest to you or were the most challenging? Were there any aspects that were surprising? Explain the importance of research skills to your ongoing academic or professional work. Analyze how writing about the […]

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FALLACI

As we learned this week, it is important to avoid making logical fallacies in our writing. A reader that finds flaws in the logic of an argument is less likely to be persuade by that claim. Fallacies in our logic discredits our writing and essentially weakens our argument.

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d7

First, summarize readings 13 and 14 and the documentary separately.  Then, in the light of especially readings 13 and 14, consider the politics of BLM, especially who is in leadership spaces. Do you think that antiracist spaces, for example, can perpetuate their own sort of “blind”spots? How do you think BLM has tried to address these issues? post should be at least 250 words.

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FALLACI

As we learned this week, it is important to avoid making logical fallacies in our writing. A reader that finds flaws in the logic of an argument is less likely to be persuade by that claim. Fallacies in our logic discredits our writing and essentially weakens our argument.

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Assignments

Paper Topic:  Phycological disorders: Eating disorders  Thesis Statement: Eating disorders are a global problem that is killing us too soon ,as anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervous and binge eating among others and the possible mental health interventions that can help patients   complete your paper outline

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2-Jun

CSBI Course 6: Relationship, Change Management and Consulting skills Leading Change Finding Opportunity Communicating Within the Industry Proving Value During this course, you will spend two to four hours per week preparing for the CSBI exam, which will be taken this week. As you prepare, you will reflect on what you’ve learned in the form of a journal. A journal entry containing your reflections on […]

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DQ#9

DQ#9: One thing you learned in this course.DQ#9: One thing you learned in this course.For this discussion question, please share one thing that you learned in this course. Be very specific. However, please don’t brown-nose. And try to pick something you think you’ll still remember after the term is over. There are no follow-up posts required for this final discussion question and there is no […]

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Epic of Gilgamesh Questions

1) Love is a major theme in the text. But what is the most important relationship in the story, in your opinion- and why? Defend your answer.  2) What role do women play in the Epic of Gilgamesh? For example, how would you characterize women like Ishtar, Ninsun, Shamhat, or Aruru? How do these characters help advance any of the story’s themes? Finally, what do […]

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Informative Report: Draft

Informative Report: DraftOverviewChoose a familiar household appliance (such as a vacuum cleaner, toaster, or hair dryer).Write a 1–2 page mechanism description (written in your own words) telling an audience of fifth graders in a science class on how the appliance works.InstructionsThe document must include:Headings.At least one graphic.A logical spatial order.Citations of any sources and graphics if taken from a source.In your document, you should:Ensure the document is […]

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Informative Report: Draft

Informative Report: DraftOverviewChoose a familiar household appliance (such as a vacuum cleaner, toaster, or hair dryer).Write a 1–2 page mechanism description (written in your own words) telling an audience of fifth graders in a science class on how the appliance works.InstructionsThe document must include:Headings.At least one graphic.A logical spatial order.Citations of any sources and graphics if taken from a source.In your document, you should:Ensure the document is […]

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Persepolis

Select one powerful image from the graphic novel. How does the image add meaning, emotion, context, depth, etc. to the words in that scene? If there are no words accompanying your image, what meaning do you interpret from the image alone?    Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi: https://www.ritenour.k12.mo.us/cms/lib/MO01910124/Centricity/Domain/494/the-complete-persepolis-by.pdf Trailer: 

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week 7 210

Imagine you are interviewing for a job you really want and the interviewer asks you the following: “Explain a specific example in which you used critical thinking problem-solving strategies to solve a problem in the real world.” What will be your answer to the question? Choose one classmate’s own response to the interviewer’s question. If you are a job coach, what suggestions would you make […]

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English

Moral Dilemmas… Can Ethics Help? on Vimeo Judge the medical case In the video, philosophers applied the three major ethical principles you learned in this class: Kant’s Categorical Imperative, Utilitarianism, and Virtue Ethics. In a five paragraph, apply ONE ethical theory to decide the moral course of action in the medical case of the premature twins studied in class. Apply the ethical theory in each […]

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English

Moral Dilemmas… Can Ethics Help? on Vimeo This is the medical case you will judge .  you will share your plan with your peers. Its a fun way to prepare and at the same time share your ethical position with the rest of the class. Remember to apply only ONE theory in order to determine the moral thing to do. DO NOT APPLY more than […]

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Where Were We”

How does last week’s reading “Where Were We” connect to the theme of “Giving”? Create a unique hashtag to summarize and communicate the message of “Where Were We.” Use the three rhetorical appeals studied in this course – ethos, pathos, and logos – to create an effective message. Explain why you used this hashtag and what rhetorical appeals it employs. Respond to and gat least […]

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1-Jun

Healthcare analytics continues to grow in healthcare. Using the skills you have obtained thus far from the CSBI and textbook, explain what tools you would use to educate your stakeholders on the results you have received from analytics.

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