Name: _______________________________ Date: __________________________ Class: ______________
Formative 1 – Newton’s Laws
Criteria A and D
Make a poster that introduces Newton’s laws to ENS grades 6 and 7 students. Your poster should include:
1- Definitions of all Newton’s laws
2- Application of each law using real life examples.
3- MLA citation
Don’t forget to apply scientific language when creating your poster.
kindly name the file ( Mansoor ) and don’t put anything like ( course name , afflite , professor … etc ) just my name only and your work
It is an exam two-hour limit. Do not know the questions. Need live chat. Topics include stander division, positive and negative z-scores, samples. mead, mode. ranges, and construct the cumulative.
Listen to the Science Friday podcast entitled “To Master Test Material” at the following link http://www.sciencefriday.com/segments/to-master-test-material-give-your-brain-a-break/ (Links to an external site.)
Write and submit a response paper through Canvas. This assignment will be checked for plagiarism via Turnitin.com.
Instructions for writing a response paper:
Format: Papers should be written in Times New Roman font, 12pt font, double spaced, with 1 inch margins.
Content: In a well-developed manner (paragraphs, topic sentences, supporting details, and proper grammar) address the answers to the following questions. Make sure that your language is proficient, expressive, skillful, clear, free of errors and appropriate to an adult audience.
Question 1: What was the purpose of the podcast? I don’t want to know if you agree or disagree with the guests, you simply need to summarize the podcast in your own words in one to two complete paragraphs.
Question 2: What supporting evidences do the guests give for their positions? These can be in list or bullet form. Provide both the detail from the podcast, and how the detail supports the guests position. You need to include at least 3 evidences.
Ex: Evidence #1 “ Testosterone levels in mice wearing polyester pants are 45% lower than in mice wearing cotton pants.” This supports the author’s position that chemicals in clothing can influence hormone levels.
Question 3: What is your response/interpretation of the podcast/quiz? Are there any changes that you might make to your study habits? In one to two paragraphs include your reaction to the podcast and provide multiple supporting details for your opinion. Show how podcast is relevant to today. Demonstrate your understanding of the subject.
Rape & Sexual Assault Discussion
Since this is a group discussion, each group has its own conversation for this topic. Here are the ones you have access to:
Create your own Sexual Health Bill of Rights using the example shown here: Sexual Health Bill of Rights (Links to an external site.)
Use what you have learned thus far in the course as well as your own self-reflection to create a list of about 12-15 statements. You should not post your personal Bill of Rights here, but please write about your experience in creating this and your thought process. The assignment needs to write your own original post and two responses.
Discussion Posts require an initial response (300 words) and at least two responses to discuss the topic further with your group members by commenting on their initial response. A minimum of three sentences per response post is required.
To Break down the assigment:
1 paragraph (350 words) on : Would Mill argue inherent racism and sexism in the way in which video characters are portrayed matters ethically and that companies producing role-playing games (RPGs) and video games have a moral obligation to remedy harmful and degrading stereotypes of race and gender in their game design? Briefly explain Mill’s utilitarian approach to ethics, Since Utilitarianism is a consequentialist theory, you should be very clear about what you believe Mill’s desired outcome would be for this proposal and be careful to explain how Mill amended Bentham’s concept of the highest good as unqualified pleasure to a higher happiness which Mill linked to rational human dignity. You should include a discussion of both potential disadvantages/costs and benefits to any such proposal. Defend your answer to this prompt with specific reference to Mill’s primary works.
1 paragraph (350 words) on : Would Kant argue that inherent racism and sexism in the way in which video characters are portrayed matters ethically and that companies producing role-playing games (RPGs) and video games have a moral obligation to remedy harmful and degrading stereotypes of race and gender in their game design? Clearly video characters do not fit Kant’s criteria for persons, but does how we think about these characters relate to any moral obligations we might have to living persons of color and those who identify as female? Briefly explain Kant’s deontic approach to ethics and defend your answer to this prompt with specific reference to Kant’s primary works.
1 paragraph (250 words) on : With which of these two philosophers do you find yourself most inclined to agree? Consider the strengths and weaknesses of each approach and briefly defend your answer.
Please provide End notes !!!
Outline: Each paragraph is a different header for the paragraphs of the paper. I just need the paper rewritten to match the example that I attached which is the screenshots.
Does the title accurately portray the study? Does the title lend itself to an appropriate key word search in a library database? Where is this evidence situated on the evidence hierarchy? (you will use the study design to make this determination)
Is the problem presented with enough background information to acquaint the reader with the importance of the study? Is the scope of the problem identified? Are there knowledge gaps and what is the proposed solution? Include a brief statement of the researcher’s purpose in conducting the study (this is sometimes listed as the “specific aims” of the study. This statement(s) can be quoted rather than paraphrased) If presented, include the research question/hypothesis, and note whether a relationship has been predicted.
Is it current and relevant to the purpose of the research? Does the review provide enough background information to help the reader understand the purpose of this study? Did the review support the current research problem at hand? Was the review mostly based on primary sources? Does the review conclude with a supporting summary of the literature and implications for the current study?
Was the study approved by an institutional review or ethics review board? Did the risks of the study outweigh the benefits? Were appropriate informed consent procedures used with all participants? Were the participants’ rights protected (were participants subjected to physical harm, were participants deceived, was coercion used to recruit subjects, was a stipend provided, was it appropriate?) Was a vulnerable group the subject of this research? Was confidentiality or anonymity a factor in this research?
This section is often the most difficult to summarize, but is the “heart” of the critique. In general, it includes a description of the subjects, instruments/measures, procedures and the design. Normally, you should include the following sections: Design: Overall plan or design of the study (descriptive, correlational, survey, quasi-experimental, true experiment). Remember that research designs may use several terms to describe the study at hand. Subjects/Participants: The number, characteristics and how the sample was obtained including resulting sample characteristics. Sample characteristics are crucial when we are considering internal validity and generalizability. These need to be included. Measures: Does the author provide any information about how “good” the measures are? Is there a discussion about reliability and validity of the measuring tools or instruments employed to operationally define the variables.
Procedure: How was the study conducted? What was done to subjects and how/where was data collected? Ethics: Were measures taken to ensure the protection of human subjects?
Report the findings of the study. This includes a summary of the data for the major findings and the method of statistical analysis as well as the probability levels.
What conclusions do the authors draw? Are they realistic about the implications of the findings? Were the conclusions clearly stated? Did the data presented support the conclusions?
This section is your analysis of the study, not a personal opinion. 1. Was the study soundly designed? Any major problems with the sampling, design, or interpretation of the results? 2. What are the strengths and limitations with the design, population and sampling, data collection and measurement, procedure, data analysis and findings? 3. Support your ideas with information from Polit and Beck (2018). 4. Does the researcher identify limitations to the study? 5. Does this study make a significant contribution (why/why not)? What are the implications for nursing practice?
Your post lab data, and review questions, and required graphs and/or photos will be submitted after the completion of each lab. You will be provided a post lab review document that contains data tables and review questions. Data tables will contain the results of your procedures. Review questions will apply your knowledge of concepts, reflect on your data and conclusions, and will sometimes require additional research outside of what is supplied in the lab reading. Postlabs are worth 30 points, and accuracy and thoroughness of responses, along with appropriate use of references, will be considered. Postlabs are due by 11:59 pm CT Saturday in the appropriate dropbox.
All outside sources used to support your work on these assignments must be cited using APA format.
In a few paragraphs (no more than a page), reflect on one aspect of this week’s lecture or reading that resonated for you and why.
For example (these are suggested topics, you only need to pick one):
If you listened to one of the stories I shared, was there a part of the story that brought about a new understanding or insight to your own life?
Was there some aspect of the basics and beliefs that you found interesting to learn about and why?
Was there something in the reading in Huston’s text that you found thought-provoking and why?
Please read the article and do the following 5 questions while reaching the minimum word limit. no sources are required, work must be original.
1. Brief summary of the article.
2. What is the main theory(ies) discussed in the article?
3. The most important thing that you learned from the article.
4. One thing that you don’t agree with or you don’t fully understand.
5. How the article helps you become a better manager/future CEO.
750 words minimum (Times New Roman, 12-point font). The writing style and
quality should be professional and meet expectations. All work must be original.
Matters of race, ethnicity, class, gender, and sexuality are often in the public eye, and tend to be at the center of many passionate (and unfortunately even violent) conflicts. While discussing diversity in the context of institutions and organizations remains important, it is as important to ask to what extent we accept diversity and difference as a society. One such case occurred August 11th, 2017 when a white nationalist group marched in protest of the potential removal of a statue of Robert E. Lee from the campus of the University of Virginia. Local organizations such as the NAACP and citizens of the town had argued that the statue (erected in 1924) needed to be removed as it was a symbol of the enslavement and oppression faced by blacks in the South. You may read more details of the case at the following link:
/content/enforced/11620-SOC350-011684-Master/ProQuestDocuments-2021-06-03.pdf (added as file)
Using the knowledge you’ve accumulated in this course, write a short letter to the editor of your local newspaper arguing why or why not you believe the removal of the statue from public view is in the interest of cultivating a more diverse society. Your response must be between 750-1000 words, and cite at least two scholarly sources from course readings or your own research to support your argument.
Reference list must be included. Not siting properly will result in points deducted.