Critical Analysis of chapters “An Aesthetic of Blackness” and “Aesthetic Inheritances,” bell hooks. Be sure to be pro Bell Hook. Attached detailed instruction and reading
A critical analysis of chapters “Liberation Scenes” and “Counter-Hegemonic Art” Detailed instructions and readings attached. Be sure to be pro Bell Hooks
I have to have a written teaching philosophy in APA style format. I have attached a file that shows the requirements.
There are a bunch of videos below (and one video by Cristina Nunez) that focus on different aspects of identity. They’re meant to inspire you and get you thinking more about your video and what you might want to share in it. Pick whatever you want.
Please read at least 4 of the articles (or 3 articles plus the Nunez video) and write 500 or more words reflecting on what you learned, what it made you think, and how your feelings and ideas from these readings might connect with your growing ideas about your video.
MID TERM EXAM
The mid term exam will cover chapters 3 – 6. The exam will consist of 4 questions from the end of chapter discussion questions. Each answer should not exceed one page (single spaced).
The questions are as follows:
Chapter 3, page 99 question # 1
Chapter 4, page 145 question # 3
Chapter 5, page 181 question # 4
Chapter 6, page 226 question # 1 (Acme Auto Parts)
Select either The Sound and the Fury or As I Lay Dying and develop an interpretive claim supported by evidence from the text. Please include at least 3 passages from the text that support your interpretation (with citations). Since this is a broad prompt, please feel free (and encouraged!) to share a draft of an interpretive claim with me ahead of time in office hours; I’d be
happy to discuss it and develop it together.
BOTH TEXTS MENTIONED HERE ARE BOOKS, SO WHICHEVER ONE YOU ARE MORE FAMILIAR WITH/CAN WRITE ABOUT IS FINE
My topic is Education Reform. Allowing the companies that help support the world to teach the skillset for students to understand the dynamics and have the option to work for these companies right out of high school. Companies like Facebook, Apple, Microsoft, Crisper, IBM, and Amazon, to name a few. I have attached my last assignment and some support documentation.
Wenatchee Valley College
Political Science 206
State and Local
US Gov& State and Local
Wenatchee Valley College
The outcome of the recent election for a State Senate Seat in Pershing County, Nevada has ended up in a Federal District Court. The losing candidate, James H. Richardson, has filed a civil action against the winning candidate Celia Thurhall-Rayburn. The case is based on some very simple facts:
Facts of the Case
1. 31,256 registered voters.
2. Votes Cast
18,949 James H. Richardson
21,478 Celia ThurHall-Rayburn
Mr. Richardson’s claim is that Celia Thurhall-Rayburn stole the election from him. He should be the rightful winner of the election. Mrs. Thurhall-Rayburn’s claim is that she won the election, fair and square, by popular votes cast.
Hints look at the following
Prima Facie-Look up legal meaning.
Article 1 Section 4-What does that say?
What is the role of the Court-President executing and Administrate Law
Congress Enacts the Laws. What do judges do with the law?
Legal Definition of “Voter Fraud?”
Who did what? Does Richards say Rayburn stole it? Rayburn says I won fair and square.
You are the judge in this case and are asked to make a decision on this case. How are you going to decide this case? What is the basis of your decision? You are making the decision in this case on issues of legal, illegal, constitutional, or unconstitutional? Are there other issues are you concerned, or unconcerned about in the case? What about politics in this case? What is the fair and equitable solution?
My topic is about climate change and arctic mammals. I will upload some resources so you can use it, if the resources are not very useful please feel free to find more. I will upload the instructions
Fred, is a fit and healthy 44-year-old young man of Asian American descent. He was working outside one warm summer afternoon. He has recently been laid off from his Tech job and was temporarily working with his brother-in law’s landscaping service. When he returned home by the end of the day, his lower back felt sore and he felt nauseated. His wife made him dinner, but he was not hungry and chose to go to bed instead. Fred’s symptoms progressed, and soon he was rolling on the bed with excruciating pain. He said his back hurt as well as his stomach and groin area. The pain would ease off only to return a short while later, and when it did, Fred would begin to sweat and run to the bathroom to vomit. His wife became concerned and started the car. When his symptoms abated, she helped him into the car and rushed him to the hospital
Analyze this case and respond to the following questions. Your responses should be formatted as an analysis and discussion, in complete sentences and paragraph form. Do not repeat the question, just label your responses with the appropriate number. There should be a separate paragraph for each question. If an item has more than one question, answer each question separately in separate paragraphs. Include a title at the top of the page and maintain proper formatting.
1) At the hospital, an abdominal radiograph showed the presence of renal calculi in Fred’s right ureter (urolithiasis). What is the mechanism of stone formation in the kidney? What is the role of citrate in the kidneys?
2) Why would the administration of calcium supplements be useful for a patient with calcium oxalate stones?
3) Hydronephrosis can be a complication of renal calculi. What is hydronephrosis? How does back pressure occur in a kidney, and what physiologic mechanism is responsible for nephron damage when back pressure is present?
4) Consider the cultural and socioeconomic background of the patient in relationship to the case and disorder. *NEW*
Your responses will be evaluated for appropriate writing style and depth of discussion and appropriate references. Avoid brief Q & A responses. Your analysis will be in essay format, and there is no need to repeat the discussion questions in your response.
Your case analysis should include the following:
The title of the case
Your responses and discussion of the questions posed. Be sure to go beyond briefly answering the questions. Each prompt should be discussed in a separate paragraph. Do not repeat the prompts in your discussion.
Include in text citations for each response paragraph.
Include a textbook and chapter reference at the end of your case analysis.