You are a Physician’s Assistant and you are set to meet with a patient to talk about his cholesterol panel. The patient, Mr. Brown, is a 56 year old male who leads a largely sedentary lifestyle. He has admitted, in a previous visit, that his favorite activity is sitting on the couch and eating snacks […]
References Used: -Mark Edmundson’s essay “On the Uses of a Liberal Education: As Lite Entertainment for Bored College Students” -“The Banking Concept of Education,” from Pedagogy of the Oppressed by Paulo Freire In essay #2, you will consider Freire’s ideas alongside those of Mark Edmundson, both of whom write about educational best practices from different perspectives. You […]
Synthesis writing is not argumentative in nature. This type of academic writing allows you to become knowledgeable on a focused narrowed subject by engaging in current research, and examining various perspectives and opinions. You will analyze your sources’ responses to a research question you have developed and will present those views as a “conversation” […]
In preparation for our discussion next Monday, answer ALL of the following questions as separate paragraphs (about one solid paragraph per question): What is Townsend’s argument? Another way of thinking about it: what are the biggest points that she is trying to explain to us? (The goal here is to read the article carefully and […]
During your conversation with Jane, you mention that she could decrease her chance of injury in a car accident if…
During your conversation with Jane, you mention that she could decrease her chance of injury in a car accident if she secured her wallet in the glove box and placed her purse and other loose items (such as compact disk cases and books) in the trunk. Why would this practice be safer? Why is it […]
Topic: Tape a conversation with some of your friends talking about race, or gender. Examine the talk for indexicality and negotiations regarding race.
this paper is to record my friends’ conversation (you can make it up) on the race talk and the diecussive init. you can find other article from Linguistics and Language Behavior Abstracts (LLBA) data base.
Write a research essay in which you analyze a problem of wide interest to one or more social groups and offer a specific insight, perspective, strategy, or policy that addresses the problem in ways that will move the conversation forward.
Unit 3 Assignment: Addressing Issues Research Essay Format: Typed, double-spaced, submitted as a word-processing document. 12 point, text-weight font, 1-inch margins. Length: 1600 – 2500 words (approx. 7-10 pages) Value: This project will be graded out of 100 possible points, and will be part of the Unit 3 Assignment grade, worth 30% of the grade […]
A Doll’s House is fabulous study of people who are stuck in times and traditions. Our main characters are: Nora, Torvald, Christine, and Krogstad. A monologue is a speech by one actor on stage. It is usually during a conversation and does not always have
A Doll’s House is fabulous study of people who are stuck in times and traditions. Our main characters are: Nora, Torvald, Christine, and Krogstad. A monologue is a speech by one actor on stage. It is usually during a conversation and does not always have to be honest words. Now it is time to combine your knowledge of […]
Unit 5: Essay #4: Entering An Academic Conversation Submit Assignment Due Sunday by 11:59pm Points 100 Submitting a file upload File Types doc, docx, and pdf Available Feb 10 at 12am – Mar 1 at 11:59pm 21 days In Essay #4, you will enter in conversation with other writers by writing a thesis-driven essay that responds […]
Think back on an important conversation you had recently in which you wanted to achieve a particular result. (Examples: asking your employer to change your work schedule; explaining to a friend how to change the oil and filter in a car; attempting to convince your spouse or partner into buying the computer you like rather […]