Write a 1 page paper on blind momentum by irving norman. Blind Momentum by Irving Norman, two-panel oil painting, 93.75×45 inches, in the possession of Nora Eccles Harrison Museum, Utah State University.Strongly contrasting with this curvaceous ambiance, are projecting out the black hooked pillars bearing strange letters, appearing to be strange and diabolical in their intent and purpose. The painting also contains isolated and gloomy, small triangular spaces trapping the faces presenting varied emotional states like screaming or forlorn. The presentation of the steel machinery is marked by hangings depicting glaring lights, toys, and smiley faces. The palate used is black with strong overtones of urban red, with shades of green and purple, accentuating a landscape littered with corpses and body parts, as neon lights glare from the hangings. Perhaps the painter in this particular painting intends to bring out the cynicism, gloom, and despondency inherent in modern urban life. This in a way carries forward Irvings favorite theme of criticizing the contemporary times and life, urging for a spirit of change. The painter in a way intends to warn the modern viewers of the consequences of the industrial panache for material progress, at the cost of human aspirations and yearnings. The screaming and smoking faces depict the sterility inherent in the modern consumerism that gained grounds in the 60s, when this painting was made, bringing to fore the demise of innocence and a sense of human kinship. The entire landscape in the painting is viciously prearranged in a mechanical way, blatantly crushing the essential humanness residing in the recesses of modern urban life.
The goal of these assignments is to address the Critical Thinking and Reading student learning outcomes for this course (see syllabus). You will be analyzing a text’s content and rhetorical strategy. As you will see in the rubric (found in the Course Resources section), the primary goal here is to debate the issues using a formal, academic approach that utilizes examples from the text, as well as your own knowledge and experience. Your peer responses should drive the conversation, asking questions of the original author or presenting points that will further his or her thinking on the subject, rather than simply agreeing or disagreeing.
Please remember that the rubric is a qualitative evaluation of the discussion forum.
- What does Amy Tan’s mother mean when she says that your only shame is to have shame?
- Tan is very nervous about the encounter between her family and Robert’s. What do you really think she’s afraid of?
- Describe the Tan family’s meal from Robert’s point of view. What does he see? How do the scene and the food look to him?
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Second Written Assignment
Read chapter 3, watch Week 6 Lecture, and watch the films “Gone Baby Gone” and “Sleepers”. Pick one movie and apply Kant’s moral philosophy to judge the MAIN FINAL action. For “Gone Baby Gone” judge Patrick’s final decision and for “Sleepers” judge the priest’s final decision. Judging any other action in the movie is an automatic zero. 500 words minimum in MLA format. Due on April 11th.
*You must apply Kant’s 3 premises (course materials) for 50 points and Michael Sandel’s 3 contrasts (Week 6 Lecture “Mind your Motive”) for 50 points.
Maxim: a rule that one person follows
Formula 1“Act only according to that maxim whereby you can at the same time will it should become a universal law”
Morality is a conflict for humans
Human autonomy=freedom to pick and choose
Non-autonomous ethics: religion, gov, etc
Distinction bet/ phenomenal world and Noumenal world
You are subject of activity not an object of activity
Act on principle not on emotions
consequences ARE IRRELEVANT
motives/ good intentions
Reason determines what we ought to do
Making yourself an exception: heart of immorality
Formula 2: “Treat human beings and yourself as ends in themselves not as means to an end”
1. Tell me about yourself; please include years of experience as a nurse and your previous work history. ( I am a registered nurse with 12 years of experience in Cuba and 6 years of experience in USA).
2. Where do you see yourself in 5 years? Please describe plans for education and career advancement in the near future. ( I see myself as a FNP working in a nephrologist clinic).
3. What are your career aspirations?. ( My career aspirations is finish my education as family nurse practitioner and work as a FNP with a nephrologist)
4. How do you handle stress in the healthcare setting? 10 points
5. What clinical skills do you possess that will be most beneficial to this clinical practice?
6. What are your strengths and weaknesses?
7. Describe how you handled a difficult situation that has involved a patient, physician or family member?
8. How do you get along with your staff at your current position?
9. Why should we hire you?
10. What salary are you seeking?
A. What is proper etiquette for a job interview?
B. What’s “good behavior” in a behavioral job interview?
APA TWO SPACE FORMAT, WITH COVER PAGE AND REFERENCE PAGE PERTINENT TO THE TWO QUESTIONS ADDED
Module 1 Assignment: Case Study Analysis
An understanding of cells and cell behavior is a critically important component of disease diagnosis and treatment. But some diseases can be complex in nature, with a variety of factors and circumstances impacting their emergence and severity.
Effective disease analysis often requires an understanding that goes beyond isolated cell behavior. Genes, the environments in which cell processes operate, the impact of patient characteristics, and racial and ethnic variables all can have an important impact.
An understanding of the signals and symptoms of alterations in cellular processes is a critical step in the diagnosis and treatment of many diseases. For APRNs, this understanding can also help educate patients and guide them through their treatment plans.
In this Assignment, you examine a case study and analyze the symptoms presented. You identify cell, gene, and/or process elements that may be factors in the diagnosis, and you explain the implications to patient health.
By Day 1 of this week, you will be assigned to a specific case study for this Case Study Assignment. Please see the “Course Announcements” section of the classroom for your assignment from your Instructor.
The Assignment (2-page case study analysis)
Develop a 2-page case study analysis in which you:
- Explain why you think the patient presented the symptoms described.
- Identify the genes that may be associated with the development of the disease.
- Explain the process of immunosuppression and the effect it has on body systems.
By Day 7 of Week 2
Submit your Case Study Analysis Assignment by Day 7 of Week 2.
Reminder: The College of Nursing requires that all papers submitted include a title page, introduction, summary, and references. The sample paper provided at the Walden Writing Center provides an example of those required elements (available at https://academicguides.waldenu.edu/writingcenter/templates). All papers submitted must use this formatting.
Create a Power Point presentation (6 – 8 slides) and include “notes” on each slide (using the Power Point notes area) for the question asked below. A voice over is not required and should not be included.
The presentations should:
· Analyze and discuss the critical reading question based on the reading at the end of the chapter.
· The Power Point slides should not be crowded with information. As with any Power Point, the slides should give concise bullet information.
· The notes section on each slide should give the analysis/detail.
Please be sure you are reading the chapter reading assigned to each of the question to ensure your analysis is well thought out. The question can be analyzed and well supported with detail from the reading, it should not be limited to your general opinion.
Week Two: Chapter Three – 3.2 Reading (Attached)
What role does the HR function play with the strategic planning process? What unique value and perspectives does the HR function bring to strategic planning?
This project provides an opportunity to explore your career choice. It requires inquiry, analysis, and reflection.
Length: A range of 6-8 pages is sufficient, including title and reference pages. At a minimum, write one thorough paragraph for each content area (A-G). At a maximum, do not exceed 10 pages, including title and reference pages.
Format: Use APA style 7th edition. APA is the standard style for research and publication writing in the natural and social sciences. EDUC 1300 falls under the education and psychology fields; therefore, APA is the style of choice for this course.
APA Guidelines and Tips (See the APA Module in Canvas for more guidance and resources.):
- Margins, Spacing, Font, and Pagination:
- Set margins at 1 inch on all sides. Left margins should be flush; right margins ragged (not justified).
- Double-space the entire paper (title page, body, references). Set this as the default.
- Use 11 or 12-point font size.
- Number all pages, including title and reference pages. Insert the page number in the upper, right corner (with no “p.” or “page” before the number).
- Title Page:
- Three to four lines from the top margin, type the title in upper and lower case, centered, bold, no quotation marks. You may use the words Career Essay or create your own title.
- Two lines under the title, type: your name, department and college name, course number and name, professor’s name, due date (typed in upper and lower case, centered, doublespaced, not bold):
Department of Student Success, Houston Community College
EDUC 1300: Learning Framework
- You do NOT need an author’s note on the title page. You do NOT need an abstract.
- https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/research_and_citation/apa_style/apa_formatting_and_style_gu ide/documents/20200128APA7StudPaper.pdf
- Body and Headings:
- Begin the body of your paper on page 2. Before typing the first paragraph, type the title again at the top of page 2, in upper and lower case, centered, bold.
- You are now ready to write the introduction to your paper (See Part A on next page.)
- Do not use the word Introduction as a heading. Instead, write the introductory information without a heading. Use headings for Parts B-G of the essay content.
- Use level one headings. Type headings in upper and lower case, centered, in bold. o Example for Part B, simply type: Career Summary Information
- https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/research_and_citation/apa_style/apa_formatting_and_style_gu ide/apa_headings_and_seriation.html
- In-text Citations (required for items B, C, D, and E):
- Begin the reference list on a new page at the end of the essay.
- Title this page as References (plural), typed in upper and lower case, centered, in bold.
- Use a hanging indent, and double-space the entire page.
- https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/research_and_citation/apa_style/apa_formatting_and_style_gu ide/reference_list_basic_rules.html
Essay Content – Address all of the following items in your paper:
- Tell your story—as an introduction. Write in first-person. How and when did you become interested in your career choice? Consider any possible role models or others who may have influenced your choice. Consider life experiences that have influenced your choice. How do your interests, values, and abilities factor into your choice? How or why is your career choice a good “fit” for you? Consider your Career Coach assessments. In-text citations required for assessments.
- Review and briefly report information from the Occupational Outlook Handbook (OOH). Address the work environment, education, and/or certification, and licensing required, important qualities, pay, and job outlook. Include personal reactions to some of the information. For example, what are your thoughts regarding the job outlook? You may quote or paraphrase the information; however, quoted portions should be brief. Be selective in choosing what to quote. In-text citations required.
- Review and briefly report local information (annual salary, job outlook, etc.) for the Houston area. Use Career Coach, Career OneStop, or a credible local source. In-text citations required.
- Describe the kind of lifestyle you would like to live. Is the reported salary in the OOH and Texas Reality Check (TRC) enough to support such a lifestyle? If the OOH and TRC resources indicate you will not have enough income to cover your expenses, what steps will you take to address the deficits? If the resources indicate a surplus, how might you use the extra income? In-text citations required.
- Compare/contrast the annual salary you will need to live your desired standard of living in Houston to the same lifestyle in two other cities. Include information from the CNN Money Cost of Living Calculator. Report the largest percentage differences among the cities. Discuss whether family, groceries, housing, and/or transportation are significant factors in deciding where to live. Discuss whether your career is dependent upon location. Based on your analysis, which city would you prefer? In-text citations required.
- Consider volunteerism and community service. Select two organizations or charities in the Houston area for this part of the essay. You do not need to call or visit the organizations; however, do provide a brief description of each. Describe how you could help your community and what transferable or “soft skills” you might use in your service. Consider how this experience could help you build your professional network. Feel free to write about actual volunteer experience you have had, if applicable to the career essay. In-text citations required.
- Describe your long-term SMART career goal. What is the approximate date you plan to achieve your goal? Describe three specific steps you will take. Identify obstacles or barriers you may encounter and explain how you will address each. (See Goal Setting Assignment.)
Optional Concluding Thoughts (to add to Part G): Do you see yourself in this same career for ten, 20, or 30 years? If you could “fast forward” 20 or 30 years, what would you hope to have contributed to this field, or hope to have accomplished in this career? Consider the following:
Remember Your Purpose
While digging deep into the details of career planning, take some time to back up to the big picture. Listing skills, researching jobs, writing résumés—all of this is necessary and useful. At the same time, attending to these tasks can obscure our broadest goals. To get perspective, we can go back to the basics—a life purpose.
Your deepest desire might be to see that hungry children are fed, to make sure that beautiful music keeps getting heard, or to help alcoholics become sober. When such a large purpose is clear, smaller decisions about what to do are often easier.
Ellis, D. (2009). Becoming a Master Student, p. 398
If you have any concerns or questions about this project, do not hesitate to contact me. –Dr. Jones
https://www.bls.gov/ooh/ < Occupational Outlook Handbook
https://texasrealitycheck.com/ < Texas Reality Check
https://money.cnn.com/calculator/pf/cost-of-living/index.html < CNN Money Cost of Living Calculator
CHAPTER 9: COUNSELING THROUGH THE LIFESPAN
Mrs. Smith, a widow, is 76 years old. She is 5′3” tall and weighs 150 lbs. She has arthritis in her knees and hands which limit her mobility. She does not drive and there is no grocery store within walking distance of her home. She takes aspirin or over-the-counter anti-inflammatory agents. She lives on a small pension and Social Security. Last month, her granddaughter Sarah (age 35, 12-weeks pregnant) moved in with children Charles (age 15) and Chelsea (age 4) while Sarah’s husband is on overseas military duty. The family will be coming to your office for nutrition counseling.
- Sarah comes to your office for nutrition counseling. She admits she was not very aware of her diet during her other pregnancies and wants to be more informed during this pregnancy. What are some key nutrition education and counseling strategies you may want to incorporate in your first session?
- What socioeconomic, physiologic, and lifestyle factors influence Mrs. Smith’s food intake? What are two key nutrition issues you might discuss with Mrs. Smith during your first session?
- Which education and counseling strategies would you consider using when working with Chelsea andher family?
- What specific education and counseling strategies would you consider using when working with Charles?
- Make a list of potential challenges and opportunities in providing nutrition counseling to Mrs. Smith and her extended family.
- Develop written documentation for each client session of the family unit incorporating the Nutrition Care Process model as applicable.
- What would be a potential nutrition assessment? How would you express the potential nutrition assessment using the eNCPT?
- What would be a potential nutrition diagnosis? How would you express the potential nutrition assessment using the eNCPT? Write a PES statement.
- What would be a potential nutrition intervention? How would you express the potential nutrition assessment using the eNCPT?
- What would be a potential nutrition monitoring and evaluation plan? How would you express this using the eNCPT?
Submit a 1-2 page response to this question.
Manuel is taking an achievement test for the second time. He expresses feeling tired after attending a pep rally at school the night before, but is excited about playing in the football game tonight. The heater does not appear to be working properly. It is making a clicking sound, and the room is relatively cold. After taking the test, Manuel reports that some of the questions were easy to answer because he remembers them from the previous test. Classify the three sources of measurement error in this scenario and describe how they may impact reliability.
An “A” paper must include:
a. the correct measurements of error
b. solid and scientific explanations as to how the measurements of error impacted reliability
c. impeccable spelling
d. well thought out, concise and clearly written statements
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