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Additional Resources Paper | Week 6 Attached

Summarize your thoughts regarding the content in 2-3 pages, in current APA format. Do you agree or disagree with the presented concepts? Explain. Compare and contrast the views in the resources with the course texts. Use Bible verses and citations, where appropriate, to support your answers. This week you will compile all of the drafts and add the draft from today. The total videos viewed should be 12 and the total articles/podcasts 6. Students will submit a 10 – 18 page paper with an additional title page and reference page

English Question

Please write a research essay on the play (also called dramas): A DOLL HOUSE by HENRIIK IBSEN.
Remember that this essay has a minimum length requirement of three 1/2 typed pages of text plus the Works Cited page (minimum five pages total). A ½ page is defined as 14 or more lines of text.
This assignment is a literary analysis essay with research. You have previously written a literary analysis essay. This assignment asks you to write another literary analysis essay and add carefully selected research material to support your ideas.
Refer to the literary analysis modules in the Table of Contents as needed, and then browse the dramas listed below. All these dramas have been made into movies, but please be aware that the movie may not follow the actual drama. You cannot rely on watching one of the movies and writing your research essay; you must write about the printed play found in the textbook. Select one to write about and read it several times. Make notes of ideas you might use in your essay.
As you start to draft your essay, look at the material on the elements of drama
Good information about writing a literary research essay, including MLA documentation information, may be found in the textbook on starting on page 1951.
The purpose of this essay is to explain your interpretation of or your argument about some part or element of the play and to cite evidence to prove that your interpretation is valid. This evidence will take two forms:
Direct quotes from the play
Pertinent quotes or paraphrases from books or scholarly articles about the drama found on the LSCS databases.
2 . To start, read the play. Now, read it again and focus on an element of the work that you felt was interesting. Start to consider what sort of interpretation you can form about a theme, character, or symbol (or a combination of two of those). Once you have located your focal point, or your interpretation, scan the work again, taking careful note of all the primary evidence (for example, incidents in the drama) you can use to illustrate and prove that your interpretation, or “reading” is correct, or acceptable to your readers.
3 . Find at least two secondary sources that contain a critic’s ideas about your topic. These sources must be from our LSCS Library databases. You may find these online by going to the LSCS website, clicking on Libraries, and then clicking on Research Databases. There is a general category of Literature Databases that will be most helpful.
Make sure your sources are scholarly; do not use a non-scholarly search system (such as Google) to find material and do not use non-scholarly sources (such as SparkNotes or Shmoop) in your essay.
4 . As you start to draft your essay, select 4 – 7 direct quotations from the play that you are analyzing which support or expand your topic.
5. In addition, read your selected secondary sources carefully and chose 4 – 7 direct quotations or paraphrases total from your outside sources that support or expand your topic.
6. Shape the evidence (your ideas, direct quotations from the play, and quotations and paraphrases from two or more outside sources) around your central idea and write a first draft of the essay. You will need to take your essay through more than one draft before you present it for a grade.

7. Remember that short, direct quotations from the primary (the play) and secondary material (expert or critical articles) are usually most effective. Make sure your quotes are pertinent. Use proper MLA documentation.
Examples of correct documentation are shown in the English 1302 Research Steps to Completion Drama document found in this module, and on pages 1965 plus in the textbook.
8. Introduce your subject by using both author and title of the play in your opening paragraph as well as your thesis idea. Your audience is your classmates. Remember, they have also read the play so don’t merely retell the plot. Avoid too much emphasis on author background information. This is an essay dealing with the play.
9. Create a correct Works Cited page, alphabetically listing your two or more secondary (critical) sources as well as your primary source (the play you have selected).
Steps to Completion:
1. Your research essay of 3 ½ pages minimum of text plus a Works Cited page is due in the proper assignment drop box at the designated day and time. A ½ page is defined as 14 or more lines. No late essays are accepted.
2. To successfully complete this essay, first read the handout found in this module titled English 1302 Literary Analysis Research Essay Assignment. After you read that assignment, look at the list of primary works from your textbook found at the bottom of the document. Then go to the textbook and browse the possible plays to write about. Locate one or two that seem interesting, read them, and then select one play to analyze.
3. In addition, look at the information in “The Literature Research Essay” chapter found in the textbook starting on page 1951. Look also at the document titled English 1302 Getting Ideas in this module. These sources provide good information about starting a literary analysis research essay.

4. After you have read your play several times, start to think about what sort of topic idea you might create. Remember that your literary analysis does not have to be controversial – you are looking for an idea that you can support and that is not overly obvious in the play. Look at the student example found in the English 1302 Literary Research Student Example document found in this module.
5. As you work toward a topic, consider these example ideas based on Hamlet found on page 1396 in The Norton Introduction to Literature, Shorter 13th edition. Which of these ideas is most focused?
Hamlet is about a man whose father has died under mysterious circumstances.
Hamlet has supernatural elements that add to the action of the play.
A minor character of Hamlet, the young Ophelia, sings lines and songs as she moves into madness, and these short songs offer commentary on several major themes of the play.
The third example is better focused and more apt to lend itself to a three ½ to four-page writing.
6. Remember that your best support for your argument is the ideas and words found in the play. Your outside sources (your research) are secondary support.
7. You are working toward a thesis statement that will be found in the closing sentence of the first paragraph. Here is an example with the thesis highlighted (note use of play title and author in the opening paragraph also):
Sad Young Girl
William Shakespeare’s play Hamlet is a complex work of murder and intrigue set in a layered and lavish court atmosphere. Its well-known themes of outside peril to the country, disintegration of the family, and loss of both cultural norms and personal morals are often studied, and Prince Hamlet is both the title character and the best exemplifier of these themes. However, an examination of another character, the doomed Ophelia, shows that the major themes of the play are illustrated by her words and actions as well.

7. As you work through this research project, remember that you can access the LSCK databases by logging into myLoneStar with your username and password. Click on Libraries, then Research Databases, and the click the link for LSC Online Users. Then, when you see a category listing of databases, click on Literature. In addition, you may use the 14 digit number on the back of your LSCS ID for authentication.
8. Please be aware that you might not find “matching” or exact articles on your topic. For example, if you are writing about symbolism in a play, you may find one article exactly on that topic, but not two or three articles exactly on that topic. Spread your research net a bit wider and look at articles, for example, on the symbolism the author used in his play, or in his stories, or in his novels. You will find useable information in this way. There are thousands of literary analysis articles available in our databases. You must spend time looking for the best articles – this process is an important part of research.
9 . Document carefully. You must tell your reader which ideas are yours (and get credit for your good ideas) and you must tell your reader which ideas are not yours by properly documenting in MLA format. For assistance, look at the LSCK library website. That website has useful information and shows proper formatting and documentation. In addition, below are examples of correct MLA documentation.
Note each quote is introduced or incorporated into your sentences. Make sure you identify the speaker. Use the page number or paragraph number where the quote may be located as your documentation.
Here are some sample sentences correctly incorporating quotes in MLA form. These examples are from Hamlet on page 1396 in The Norton Introduction to Literature, Shorter 13th edition.
Primary source:
One of Shakespeare’s most famous lines is spoken by Ophelia: “There’s a rosemary, that’s for remembrance. Pray you, love, remember” (Act IV, Scene 5).
Secondary source – author’s name in sentence using paragraph number when page number is not provided:
Ophelia is just a young girl, but her life options are already limited, and Chapman states that Ophelia’s “avenues to both marriage and the female community of a cloister” are blocked (par. 31).
Secondary source – author’s name in parenthesis using page number:

O ne critic argues Ophelia knows that if she obeys her father, she will limit her future possibilities, but she also knows that “choosing to disobey her father would scarcely be any better in a world that valued daughterly obedience” (Chapman 118).
10. Do not float quotes or offer them as stand-alone sentences. Here is an example of incorrect MLA documentation:

“With her avenues to both marriage and the female community of a cloister blocked, Ophelia seems to fall by default into madness” (Chapman 112). That means she has no possible options.

11. Create a correct Works Cited page. Information may be found in The Norton Introduction to Literature, Shorter 13th edition, starting on page 1962 and on the LSCK website. Below is an example of correct Works Cited entries about Hamlet using MLA 8th edition. Remember entries are alphabetized by author or by title if author is unknown.

Research Essay Grading Rubric

Organization and Content
5 points
Essay has an introductory paragraph including play title and author with a clearly declared thesis statement at the end of this introductory paragraph
2 points
Essay has an introductory paragraph but does not included both play title and author and/or does not have a clearly declared thesis statement at the end of this introductory paragraph
0 points
Essay does not have an introductory paragraph.
Organization and Content/Length
20 points
Essay has body paragraphs expanding main ideas of the essay, and each paragraph includes supporting details, examples, or explanations as well as quotes from primary and secondary sources supporting the paragraph’s principle idea. Research essay is required length.
12 points
Essay has body paragraphs expanding main ideas of the essay, but each paragraph does not include supporting details, examples, or explanations as well as quotes from primary and secondary sources supporting the paragraph’s principle idea. Some paragraphs are not interpretive but plot recaps, and/or research essay is ¼ to ¾ pages short of required length.
4 points
Essay has body paragraphs expanding main ideas of the essay, and but many paragraphs do not include supporting details, examples, or explanations as well as quotes from primary and secondary sources supporting the paragraph’s principle idea. Many paragraphs are not interpretive but plot recaps, and/or the research essay is 1 page less than the required length.
Organization and Content
5 points
Essay has a concluding paragraph, restating the thesis statement, or summing up the essay in another way.
2 points
Essay has a concluding paragraph but does not restate the thesis statement or sum up the essay in another way.
0 points
Essay does not have a concluding paragraph.
MLA Documentation
10 points
Essay uses a minimum of 2 scholarly articles/chapters from database sources, and the essay contains 4 – 7 supporting quotes from these sources. Each supporting quote is properly introduced and correctly parenthetically documented
5 points
Essay uses a minimum of 2 scholarly articles/chapters from database sources, and the essay contains 4 – 7 supporting quotes from these sources. One or more of these supporting quotes is not properly introduced and/or correctly parenthetically documented.
0 points
Essay uses one or more non-scholarly sources, and/or the essay contains fewer/more than 4 – 7 supporting quotes from these sources. One or more supporting quotes is not properly introduced and/or correctly parenthetically documented.
MLA Documentation
10 points
Essay contains 4 – 7 quotes from the primary source (play), and each quote is correctly introduced and parenthetically documented in MLA style.
5 points
Essay contains 4 – 7 quotes from the primary source (play), and one or more of these quotes is not correctly introduced and/or parenthetically documented in MLA style.
0 points
Essay does not contain 4 – 7 quotes from the primary source (play) and/or two or more of the quotes included are not correctly introduced and/or parenthetically documented in MLA style.
MLA Documentation
5 points
Essay has a complete Works Cited page alphabetically listing in correct MLA form the 2 or more secondary sources as well as the primary source (play).
2 points
Essay has a complete Works Cited page, but entries are not alphabetically listed and/or the 3 or more secondary sources and/or the primary source (play) is not listed in correct MLA form.
0 points
Essay does not have a Works Cited page.
Language and Style
10 points
Essay uses a vocabulary appropriate for the topic, does not overly rely on pronouns, has reasonable transition between ideas within paragraphs and between paragraphs, and uses a variety of sentence styled and lengths.
5 points
Essay uses a vocabulary appropriate for the topic, but overly relies on pronouns, and/or has pronoun/noun agreement errors, and/or does not have reasonable transition between ideas within paragraphs and between paragraphs, and/or does not use a variety of sentence styles and lengths.
0 points
Essay uses a vocabulary not appropriate for the topic, and/or relies a great deal on pronouns, and/or has pronoun/noun agreement errors, and/or does not have reasonable transition between ideas within paragraphs and between paragraphs, and/or does not use a variety of sentence styles and lengths.
Grammar and Usage
15 points
Essay uses grammar correctly with no major grammatical errors such as sentence fragments, comma splices, and run-on sentences.
8 points
Essay has one or two major grammatical errors such as sentence fragments, comma splices, and run-on sentences.
0 points
Essay three or more major grammatical errors such as sentence fragments, comma splices, and run-on sentences.
Grammar and Usage
15 points
Essay has one to four minor grammatical, punctuation, or spelling errors.
10 points
Essay has five to eight minor grammatical, punctuation, or spelling errors.
5 points
Essay has more than eight minor grammatical, punctuation, or spelling errors.
Form
5 points
Essay has a correct heading and is entirely doubled spaced with no extra space between paragraphs or in the heading/title area. Essay uses 10 or 12 sized font and 1 inch margins.
2 points
Essay does not have a correct heading and/or is not entirely doubled spaced with no extra space between paragraphs or in the heading/title area, and/or essay does not use 10 or 12 sized font and 1 inch margins.
0 points
Essay does not have a heading and /or is not entirely doubled spaced with no extra space between paragraphs or in the heading/title area, and/or essay does not use 10 or 12 sized font and 1 inch margins.
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Microbiology Question

Additional Resources Paper | Week 6 Attached I need an expert in microbiology to help me out with some questions.
Here are the topics:
Survey of microbes
Classification of bacteria
Lab methods
Microscopy
Cell structure
eukaryotes
Growth and metabolism
Killing bacteria
Microbial genetic
Classification of microbes
Molecular diagnostic
Fungal infection
Protozoal infections

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Jonny is planning his schedule for the weekend. One of his friends has invited him to a two-day camping trip to Catalina. Another friend has offered an invitation to binge watch the Lord of the Rings movie trilogy (extended edition) on Saturday. His cousin has invited him to a weekend beer tasting festival. Lastly, his uncle has invited him to a weekend of Dungeons and Dragons.
Why might Jonny not be able to participate in everything this weekend? Is there a concept (or concepts) in Economics which best describe Jonny’s situation? If so, please list this concept(s) and describe completely.
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Milestone Three: Alternative Theoretical Positions and Applications. Martin Seligman Positive Psychology

Prompt: For this assignment, you will write a draft of Section II, Parts B and C of the final project. In this assignment, you will continue your analysis of your

selected theory. You will be tasked with defending the theory’s position in a number of ways, including defending it against alternative theoretical positions and

showing its value for real-world problems.
B. Alternative Theoretical Positions: For this section, you will select two or more alternative theories in personality psychology and address the following.

(Be sure to review Part Two of your research table to support this section.)

i. Compare the theory to alternative theoretical positions that are currently used by researchers in personality psychology. For instance, how do

their key concepts compare?

ii. Assess the extent to which these alternative positions challenge the validity, weaknesses, or biases of Martin Seligman’s Positive Psychology and Learned Helplessness. Be sure to cite specific

examples from published research in your response.

iii. Defend the contemporary use of the theory against the challenges you identified. Be sure to support your defense with relevant research.
C. Application

i. Apply Martin Seligman’s Positive Psychology/Theory of Learned Helplessness in explaining a real-world problem (e.g., PTSD) or phenomenon (e.g., social media use). How would your theorist

understand this problem or phenomenon in terms of its root cause and key characteristics? Be sure to cite relevant research in your response.

ii. Assess published secondary research for solutions with the potential to address this problem or phenomenon. Does the contemporary use of

your theory provide viable approaches to this problem? What are they?

iii. Explain how this application relates to the theory’s larger contemporary relevance. In other words, how does this application demonstrate your

theory’s potential to advance knowledge in personality psychology?
Guidelines for Submission: Your paper should be submitted as a 4- to 5-page Microsoft Word document with double spacing, 12-point Times New Roman font,

one-inch margins, and a reference page with at least three sources cited in APA format.

Research Methods and Statistics for Criminal Justice: Putting Research into Practice

Research Methods and Statistics for Criminal Justice: Putting Research into Practice.

In the Unit 1 discussion, you examined several different examples of how research is used in public safety to find areas of improvement and how it became the foundation to improve practice. Recognizing the importance of research in public safety, your task is to write a memo to your local City Council regarding an issue in public safety that would benefit from research and to introduce to the City Council why adequate funding is necessary to support these research activities.

Additionally, introduce to the members of the Council the potential issues that can occur if research is undertaken that does not adhere to the scientific method. The specific steps are as follows: Locate an issue in public safety, within your local community, where research could help improve a practice. Construct a 3-page memo with the following sections: Introduction to the issue Explanation of the importance of research as it relates to your chosen issue Overview of the scientific method Potential concerns when the scientific method is not used Use no fewer than 6 scholarly resources.

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Stakeholder Analysis: Conduct internal and external research to determine previously attempted solutions and potential solutions

Stakeholder Analysis: Conduct internal and external research to determine previously attempted solutions and potential solutions.

The purpose of this assignment is to conduct internal and external research to determine previously attempted solutions and potential solutions that could be implemented to solve identified problem.

For this assignment, you will need to create an Excel spreadsheet that summarizes the data collection you have completed.

The spreadsheet should indicate the date on which particular data were collected, the source of the data collected, the type of data (qualitative or quantitative), and a one or two sentence summary of the data findings. Name the Excel spreadsheet as follows: lastname.firstname.datacollection.xlsx Please note that as part of the research process, taking the initiative to speak with management and then requesting and reviewing business metrics and operations reports will allow you to find the data you need for the project while also showing your employer that you can be proactive and use critical thinking to solve problems within the organization. 

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CISS 390 DEA – Global Information Systems Management

Complete the “Should Companies Embrace Social Business” case study on pages 74-76. Analyze the case in a way that answers the three study questions on page 76.
I have attached the case study and its three questions.
Assignment Criteria
The assignment followed APA style of writing, was of at least 1000 words and citations were duly noted in the content.

To Plan, Design, Deliver, and Evaluate an Original Training Program

To Plan, Design, Deliver, and Evaluate an Original Training Program.

Assess the Draft Training Proposal and peer feedback you received in Week Two, and finalize the topic and objectives for your training program. In a 20 slide PowerPoint presentation, not including the title and references slides:

a.       Conduct a needs assessment for your proposed training program. This should include both a person and a task analysis.

b.      Develop SMART (Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic, and Timely) training objectives based on the needs assessment and any assumptions you may need to make.

c.       Create an original, detailed training proposal. This should include:

o    A title and description of the program.

o    A discussion of training methods to be used, and a rationale (justification) for using them, based on training theory.

o    Proposed instructors and the reason for using them.

o    A tentative training outline.

o    A tentative list and description of training materials needed.

d.      Develop a plan for evaluation of training effectiveness including both short-term and long-term evaluation where appropriate.

Your presentation must be formatted according to APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center. Support your work with cited sources from the textbook and at least three additional scholarly sources.

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Choosing a product category

Choose a product category:
Candy
Shoes
Beverage (alcoholic is fine too – your choice)
A service (yoga classes, hair styling, personal training, consulting… all these have been done by previous students – you can choose whatever gets you interested)
Choose product features for YOUR product. Give it a name.
Choose a source for your ad.
Device a tagline, slogan, or a short jingle – pull together a creative ad for your product.
You may just copy and paste images into a word document. You may write/draw on a piece of paper and take a picture. Just walk through the ideas you have.
Upload by midnight.

management information systems discussion

Complete the Fishbanks simulator assignment (Click on the blue link). In this assignment, you will work as fishermen in a simulator from MIT called “Fishbanks”
After completing this exercise be sure to post your final screenshot to your discussion posting! use name – Siva Krishna when you log in
1. Explain what happened during your simulation. How far did you get? What was your final asset count, bank balance, number of ships, profit, etc.?
Now, let’s assume that you’re starting a new fishing business (not Cod as they are fished out in New England). Discuss the potential customers for this product/service. Remember you could be doing this anywhere in the world.
2. Based on the nature of the product/service, recommend at least 3 possible social media to use in marketing the product/service. Describe your recommendations and discuss the advantages and disadvantages of each.
3. How would you ensure long-term sustainability in your new endeavor? What kinds of technology might you use to help you accomplish this?
Please use APA throughout.
(Respond to the question using research from Journal Articles – note your response should not be your own opinion).Utilize at least two (2) academically reviewed journal articles as research for your primary response and response to one (1) ONLY other student.
Instructions
Initial response
This posting should be at least 200 words.

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Secondary responses
This posting should be at least 150 words. Your secondary postings can either answer another student’s question or comment on their post based on your research. In addition, please ensure that you answer additional questions from other students.
Respond to your colleagues’ posts in one or more of the following ways:
• Ask a probing question, substantiated with additional background information, research from academically reviewed journal articles.• Share an insight from having read your colleagues’ postings, synthesizing the information to provide new perspectives.
• Offer and support an alternative perspective using readings from the classroom or from your own research in the Campbellsville Library.
• Validate an idea with your own experience and additional research.
• Make suggestions based on additional evidence drawn from readings or after synthesizing multiple postings.
• Expand on your colleagues’ postings by providing additional insights or contrasting perspectives based on readings and evidence.