Humanitarian Diplomacy as a Foreign Policy Tool-Guyana's humanitarian Diplomacy in Action
Humanitarian Diplomacy as a Foreign Policy Tool-Guyana's humanitarian Diplomacy in ActionPaper instructions:
It is expected that the written research will do the following:
• Describe the humanitarian action-the objectives- how were they set and by whom; who were the actors, who are the beneficiaries; what technique and strategy was used and the timeframe
• Describe the outcomes and impact of the action at all levels
• Describe the chosen means to evaluate the action and results
• Analyse the strong and weak points of the action etc
Humanitarian Diplomacy as a Foreign Policy Tool-Guyana's humanitarian Diplomacy in Action Humanitarian Diplomacy as a Foreign Policy Tool-Guyana's humanitarian Diplomacy in Action Paper instructions:It […]
A Child’s work: the importance of fantasy play. University of Chicago Press 20 minute PowerPoint presentation
Book: 2005) A Child’s work: the importance of fantasy play. University of Chicago Press
20 minute PowerPoint presentation
o A brief summary of the key points of the books
o A brief analysis and critique of the teacher’s agenda and students’ responses
o Culturally relevant, responsive, Anti-bias, and Inclusive methods
o Some issues and connections that the book brings up for you
o How the curriculum in this book may be adapted and used in your classroom, center today.
o 3 Lesson Plans based upon the philosophy shown in the curriculum of the book that you read. Write out the lesson plans in as much detail so someone else may actually use it in a classroom. Include:
• Age group or range
• Materials needed
• Objectives and Goals
• State or National benchmarks for the age group (NAEYC)
• Description, including step by step plan
• Expected Outcomes
• Adaptations and Accommodations for English Language Learners and Special Needs.
A Child’s work: the importance of fantasy play. University of Chicago Press 20 minute PowerPoint presentation Book: 2005) A Child’s work: the importance of […]
Do you agree with the economist regarding what the federal government should spend its money on
listen to the podcast in this link first:
and then answer these questions in 2 pages:
Do you agree with the economist regarding what the federal government should spend its money on? What else should the government spend on? Do those items have “Public Goods” like characteristics (i.e. is it easier/better to do something collectively)? For instance, the USPS–one can be excluded from sending mail without paying, but if you consider the ability to receive mail, the USPS has some “public goods-like” characteristics.
What are the issues surrounding autopsies–what are the benefits and who receives those benefits? Would you expect autopsies to be underprovided? Are there any other ways of providing the “efficient level” of autopsies?
Do you agree with the economist regarding what the federal government should spend its money on listen to the podcast in this link first:http://www.npr.org/blogs/money/2012/02/14/146889446/the-tuesday-podcast-lighthouses-autopsies-and-the-federal-budget […]
How the media influenced the Jodie Arias casePaper instructions:How the media influenced the Jodie Arias case Footnotesno other requirementsas many references as you please […]
Research and Analysis of a short story
6 page minimum, at least 3 outside sources, one primary text The short stories you can choose to write from are:
1. Burroughs “The Priest They Called Him”
2. F. Scott Fitzgerald, “Bernice Bobs Her Hair”
3. Franz Kafka, “A Report to the Academy”
4. Milan Kundera, “The Hitchhiking Game”
5. David Sedaris, “Don’s Story”
6. William Faulkner, “That Evening Sun”
7. Percival Everett, “The Appropriation of Culture”
8. George Saunders, “Civilwarland in Bad Decline”
Learning to locate and interact with secondary sources can be one of the most daunting and frustrating aspects of college life, but with a little practice it can also become one of the most interesting and rewarding. For this essay I would like to you pick one/two of the texts that we have read this semester and then generate a thesis statement. This thesis statement can be almost anything. It can including reading the piece through one of the critical lenses that we talked about over the course of the semester (Marxism, New Historicism, Feminism, etc), or it can be something that you would like to prove or discuss about the essay that you haven’t heard anyone else say. I will also allow you to incorporate aspects of the close reading into this assignment. Again, I would like you to use quotes from the primary text. However, this time around I would like to you also look at outside sources.
You should find at least three sources that will help you support your argument. The sources don’t necessarily have to agree with what you are arguing, but they should be helpful to you in some way. At least one of these sources should be a scholarly article (10‐20 pages long) dedicated to analyzing an aspect of that work. The article you choose should be published in a reputable, peer‐reviewed journal. You can locate an array of these articles through the MLA database, JSTOR, or Project Muse. You can access these databases through the library website: lib.fsu.edu. If you are using the database from home, you will need your FSUID to gain access to the system.
I will not accept articles from online (.com websites) sources unless you have cleared the source with me in advance.
I would like to you to take aspects of these outside sources and relate them to the primary text and to the argument that you are making about the primary text. This is like a close reading on steroids. I want a lot of your paper to be the result of your own thoughts, but I would like you to use the thoughts of well known scholars, and reliable sources in the process.
Research and Analysis of a short story Research and Analysis 6 page minimum, at least 3 outside sources, one primary text The short stories […]