This can be about a specific author, a work of prose, a concept, or poetry. It will include preliminary research (citations, references)
The following are some ideas you can use or you can go on your own:
Selected poems from an author (Shakespeare, Langston Hughes, Haiku’s by Basho, etc)
Social commentary of a selected work
The social context of a work (i.e how did Frankenstein reflect the rise of the Industrial Revolution)
Fables (i.e. how did Aesop’s fables convey a message)
How did Shakespeare influence modern day English (i.e. Shakespeare made up many new words that still exist today!)
How did an author convey a theme (i.e. life, death, love, conflict) in a work or across his/her works?
The development of a character in a work.
There are many ideas, so you are welcome to choose any topic you want. These are just a few.
Please see the instructions in the attachment. The articles from my required background reading is below for this assignment.
Zelinski, R., Ackerson, K. & Low, L. K. (2015) Planned home birth: Benefits, risks, and opportunities. International Journal of Women’s Health, 5 (7), 361-377.
Continue working with the case described in week 3.
Good Organizational Decisions: Ethical Decision-Making Toolkit for Leaders and Policy Makers Step 3, 4, and 5. PP.# 27-38
Evidence-based Decision Making in Healthcare
Fill in the worksheet on p. 29
Fill in the worksheet on p. 33 ***Make sure to list all types of evidence relevant to this strategic planning process.
Fill in the worksheet on p. 37
The worksheets are targeting the case from week 3. Make sure to stay focused and target appropriate information and evidence.
ANSWER BOTH QUESTIONS USING PROOF FROM THE BOOKS ONE TO THREE
Q1. After watching the movie Gomorrah write your observation: what did you know about this criminal organization before? Have you changed your point of view after lectures 2 and 3 on this topic? Write 200/350 words.
Q2. Lila stays and Elena leaves, South and North in Italy clashes in the 1960s, but following your readings and the lecture who and how do you think is changing her role and emancipating from the male figure, between the two girls? Write your thoughts (200/350 words).
Please write about each topic in around 200 words (for each)
1) Review the attached file and write about Ministry – A Practicum on Ethics
2) Life – Abortion, Infanticide, Abuse – Scott Rae, chapters 5, 6
3) Life – Death, Capital Punishment, Euthanasia, War – Scot Rae, chapters 8, 9
4) Life – Human Sexuality – Scott Rae, chapter 11
5) The Ethics of Freedom – Love and Relationships chapter12
“Delia was an overbearing cake with condescending
frosting, and frankly, I was on a diet.”
― Maggie Stiefvater, Lament: The Faerie Queen’s Deception
Look carefully at the quotation that appears above. Virtually every literary character in Moore, Dante, Homer, Virgil, Sophocles, Marlowe, and Shakespeare who we will read about together, cannot stay on a diet or steadfastly refuses to embark upon one in the first place. Select a temptation (in one of these texts) that threatens to irrevocably mess things up for our hero. What is the temptation? Why does the hero or storyteller give in (they always do)? Are the events depicted timeless or do we still see evidence of these occurrences today?
Select one of the texts and focus upon it and authors who write critically about it (and the author). There are a few ways to approach this study. Imagine yourself as a psychologist or a psychiatrist or a counselor. How would you ‘treat” the hero? Can he/she see that he/she is making mistakes? Does he or she have a mentor? Would others deal with these circumstances differently?
(7) Seven Full Pages
Times New Roman Font
Use At Minimum (3) Three Hard Critical Sources
Quote From Your Sources
Use Electronic Sources
Work Cited Page
Use At Minimum (1) One Block Quotation
Part 1: Write the Lesson Plan
in your assigned groups (in your same subject area or you can plan an interdisciplinary lesson), develop a detailed lesson plan on a Health-related topic for Elementary students. Identify a lesson that you will be able to plan and teach during.
Write your plan incorporating all parts contained in the template (Stage 1, 2, and 3 of the template provided). Be sure to include a detailed outline of the learning activities in Stage 3 (learning plan).
[Download the Word document attached and use this to type up your plan.
Include a variety of resources that you used in preparing the lesson (e.g., similar lesson plans that you found on the Internet, information from cooperating teacher, textbook, etc.). Attach these to your lesson plan.
Along with the lesson plan, you should also attach all handouts you would provide students (this includes directions, worksheets, overheads, etc.). Each group should attach one handout.
For Stage Two we do not expect full development of an assessment. However, you should include a brief description of the performance task and other evidence (formative and summative assessment) that your cooperating teacher plans to use. For example, if you are teaching one day of a unit, be sure to put what assessment your cooperating teacher plans to use for the unit under “Performance Task.” Under “Other Evidence” you need to put the kind of assessment you plan to use for your lesson (e.g., at end of hour have students write down 1-2 things they learned, etc.).
Outline the learning plan (teaching & learning activities). This plan should be aligned clearly with the desired results (i.e., geared towards having students meet the objectives, answer the essential questions, and be able to complete the assessment activities). The plan should include all of the following components:
List of instructional materials & resources
Timeline: next to each step, indicate approximate length of time you expect each step to take.
Introductory activities: hook/capture student interest, set the stage, relate to previous learning (review), how this fits into what is to follow (preview), tell students what they will learn and be expected to do as a result of the lesson.
Developmental activities: outline the content and outline the instructional strategies & learning activities. Include details what you will do, how you will organize/prepare students for tasks, and what students will do. If you plan to involve students in discussion, list key/stem questions that you might ask to generate discussion.
Closing activities: list activities that you & students will do to summarize the lesson, reinforce what was covered, and tie everything together so students see how the lesson fits into the context of the rest of the course (what they have already done and what is coming next).
Lesson plan Template
you are required to say thank you to two different people who were instrumental in your life.
One thank you should be done verbally (face-to-face) and the other thank you should be done via electronic communication (text, email, FaceTime, IG, Snap Chat, Skype, etc).
Write a minimum of three paragraphs for each Thank You type (verbal and electronic) and include the following:
identifying who you thanked
why you thanked them
their reaction, and
how you felt saying thank you.
Write a review of a book/film/meal/music event/art exhibition/music album/video game or any other appropriate cultural event for a named target publication (if you have doubts over your subject check with your workshop tutor). This must be as contemporary as you can make it, so, recently published paperback; recent television programme; ongoing art gallery show; remember some reviews like restaurant reviews don’t need to be quite so new; some publications (like the TLS) review books that have been out for weeks, sometimes months, but the book has to be appropriate to your target publication.
Length: 500 words (+/- 10%)
Style, subject and genre should fit your target publication
Remember to include user-friendly information where appropriate such as location and cost/publication date/publisher/website /which streaming service etc
• The piece must be targeted at an established print or online publication, either consumer, or B2B and must be 1,000 words (+/- 10%).
• In your final portfolio you need to provide an example of a one to one feature slot in your chosen publication where your article could be pitched. This is not included in the word count.
• We do not expect you to interview a famous or hard-to-contact person, although if you are able, then please go ahead. Instead find someone with an interesting story/life/activity that would be suitable for your feature slot. In the examples on Moodle there is a craftsperson, a designer, a hill walker, a herbalist. Have a look at the example from a student from last year, this was a non-religious funeral celebrant, but made a lovely interview.
• The piece MUST BE running narrative and in the third person, not a Q and A style
• You MUST meet your interviewee either face to face, observing social distancing, OR by video link. Please don’t rely on phone or email for this assignment; allocate at least an hour and a half for the interview with the possibility of returning for a further catch up on extra questions over the phone once you have drafted the structure of the narrative. You MUST provide an email or telephone contact details for your subject. This is standard practice and helps the pictures desk arrange photography.