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Focus your analysis on her speech, actions, and motivation.

read the pdf first, then Analyze the character of the mother in Thomas King’s “Borders.” Focus your analysis on her speech, actions, and motivation. How does the mother teacher her child about the importance of defining and standing up for their Blackfoot identity through her own example?

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For the discussion, i want you to think about your research question and how it relates to quasi-experimental concepts.

This is a follow-up question for the last answers I got, please answer the following based on what you submitted “Action Research Introduction. Please let me know if you have any questions. What I Want You to Write:
It is likely that most of you will be doing statistical analyses/correlational approaches that are quantitative for your projects. For the discussion, I want you to think about your research question and how it relates to quasi-experimental concepts. Do you think your project may or may not be a quasi-experimental approach? Explain why or why not in your original post. This should include stating your research question and what analyses you think may be used (it’s okay if you are not 100% certain, but you should try and think on it).

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Be sure to tie in the article to your commentary!

Question1:
This is a long video, a documentary actually. It’s been around for a bit but is one of the best because of it’s coverage of topics – which, unfortunately, don’t go out of date. I would recommend that you look at the assignment before you watch the video so you can focus on the questions you want to ask and take notes! The questions are in the uploaded file.
Question2:
Gender Socialization Theory: Sex, Gender & Sexuality
This is a fabulous overview as to how we are socialized to be ‘female’ or male’. Read the whole thing! But pay really close attention to these parts: Social Learning Theory p. 154, Parents as Socialization Agents p. 155, Peer Group Socialization, p. 156 and Media Socialization p. 156, as you will be using these points for your first essay! Pick out three of points that you found interesting (or alarming?) and talk about it! Be sure to fold in points from the article to make your case! And, of course, do respond, kindly, to two of your fellow students!
For full points:
Read the whole article (because you are going to want to use it for your essay) but focus on the pages above.
Pick out three points from the article that you found interesting or alarming!
Write a minimum of three sentences for each three points.
Respond to two classmates, a minimum of two sentences for each response.
Qeustion3:
Chat: #12 “Why Does Gender Matter: Countering Stereotypes with Young Children
3232 unread replies.3232 replies.
This reading is a quick and easy one – giving you an overview as to how gender is “constructed” in our society and the impact it has on girls. So just bring up two points you found interesting in this article and write your response.
For full points:
Pick out two points that you found interesting – you can be casual in your approach to “chats”!
Write a minimum of three sentences for each point.
Respond to one of your classmates’ commentary!
Qeustion4:
Reading/Discussion: #8 Considering Transgender People in Education: A Gender-Complex Approach
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This is the start of Rands’ Abstract for this complex article:
Schools serve as a setting in which students come to understand gender, but transgender students (those who transgress societal gender norms) are largely left out of discussions of education. The high level of harassment that transgender students face poses sizable obstacles to school success. If the field of education is committed to equity and social justice, then teacher education programs must prepare educators to teach gender in more complex ways that take into consideration the existence and needs of transgender people.
Use the above for a guideline to your commentary. You decide what what you want to talk about in article. Be sure to tie in the article to your commentary! And don’t forget to reach out and comment on two of your classmates responses!
For full points:
Discuss something from this article, using the quote above as a general guideline.
Back up what you want to talk about by using specific points from the article.
Write a paragraph – a minimum of eight sentences.
Respond to two classmates – a minimum of three sentences for each one.

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Chose any three) please let me know which ones you used for each body.

Write a story analysis paper for this story: The Birthmark by Nathaniel Hawthorne http://www.online-literature.com/poe/125/
The paper should have an introduction, three body paragraphs, and a conclusion. (Each body paragraph should examine one of these literary devices: plot, characterization, setting, point of view, symbolism, style, tone, and irony. chose any three) Please let me know which ones you used for each body. Look at the attached document for full details.

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Creative writing provides a way for students to practice critical thinking and develop a stronger understanding of literary criticism while showing creativity and a bit of their own personalities.

Creative writing in response to literature is a way for students to respond to literature in a personal way. Creative writing provides a way for students to practice critical thinking and develop a stronger understanding of literary criticism while showing creativity and a bit of their own personalities. For this creative writing assignment, you will do a character analysis to allow you to get inside the mind of one of the characters.
“Woman Hollering Creek” is told as a third-person narrative, not as a first-person narrative. The difference is that a third-person narrative presents the characters to us in the words of a narrator rather than from the words of the characters themselves. The story contains descriptions such as “Cleofilas did this” or “Cleofilas said that,” but it’s not as if Cleofilas herself is telling everything from their perspective. Of course, sometimes she speaks in the story, but she does not get to tell the story or what she thinking or feeling. It is up to the reader to determine what she might be thinking or feeling.
For this assignment, imagine you are Cleofilas writing a journal entry the events described in the story. Try to get into the mind of Cleofilas. Be imaginative and creative. Pretend you are Cleofilas and have successfully left your marriage with Felice’s help. You will not be retelling the plot of the story; you will be Cleofilas reflecting on what has happened. In this journal entry you can put down whatever thoughts she might have using absolute frankness and honesty. 
Criteria:
• Write a minimum 400 words in paragraph form, using Times New Roman 12-point font (or similar) with double spacing. A title page is not required.

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Cite your references

Compare and contrast, in detail, the advantages and disadvantages of building vs buying a software system. Be sure to include at least 4 advantages of each and 4 disadvantages of each. What would make you choose one over the other? Give 3 reasons for why to choose. This should be 1-2 pages in length. (minimum of 1 full page). Cite your references

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1.select an objective, learning outcome, or standard addressed in a lesson that you teach or plan to teach.

Learning Goal: I’m working on a literature question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.
The purpose of this assignment is to assess an existing resource for learning to decide whether you recommend it or not for classroom use. Your classroom can be online, on-site, or hybrid. The resource can be any of the following media types: video, audio, visual, text, game/simulation, or Web 2.0.
To complete your assignment, you will
1.Select an objective, learning outcome, or standard addressed in a lesson that you teach or plan to teach.
2.Find and preview/listen an existing resource that you would integrate in the lesson that you teach, or plan to teach, to enhance learning and address the objective, outcome, or standard.
3.Use the corresponding Selection Rubric from Smaldino et al. (2019) to assess the appropriateness of the selected resource and decide whether you recommend it or not for your classroom use.
4.Annotate and analyze the findings of your assessment and prepare an argument.
5.You can present your argument in writing or via a narrated presentation in video format. You will limit your analysis to two double-spaced pages of content for a written paper, or two minutes of presentation for a video format.
Include the following elements in your presentation:
1.Objective, learning outcome, or standard that is expected to be enhanced with the resource.
2.Type of classroom: online, hybrid, or on-site
3.Name of the resource/material and type (video, audio, visual/still image, text game/simulation, or Web 2.0)
4.Your decision: Do you recommend the resource for your classroom use?
5.Analysis of the rubric findings that supports your decision.
6.Pros and cons of using the selected media type for learning. Support your pros and cons with the literature (i.e., with Smaldino et al. or any other resource).
Criteria for Assignment 3:
If the presentation is within the page or time limit, Assignment 3 will be graded as follows:
1.Elements 1 through 4 are included (1 pts.)
2.The analysis of the rubric findings supports the decision (4.5 pts.)
3.Pros and cons are analyzed and based on the literature cited APA style and presented with correct writing/speech (4.5 pts.)
Readings and Material for Module 2
Smaldino et al. Chapters 5, 6, 7, 8
Bates Chapters 8.6, 9

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Reflection paper assignment; written material must be 2 full pages in length; conclusion required w/a 500-word minimum

Reflection paper assignment; written material must be 2 full pages in length; conclusion required w/a 500-word minimum

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The evaluation part should include: currency, relevance, authority, accuracy, purpose

Learning Goal: I’m working on a literature writing question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.
This assignment is the second of three article summary & evaluation assignments. You will start with your reference (APA), then a one paragraph summary and one paragraph evaluation (combined 250-350 words, not including the reference). Refer to the information in the readings/tutorials section and the assignment rubric if you have questions
The Evaluation part should include: Currency, Relevance, Authority, Accuracy, Purpose

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So just bring up two points you found interesting in this article and write your response.

Learning Goal: I’m working on a literature writing question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.
Question1:
This is a long video, a documentary actually. It’s been around for a bit but is one of the best because of it’s coverage of topics – which, unfortunately, don’t go out of date. I would recommend that you look at the assignment before you watch the video so you can focus on the questions you want to ask and take notes! The questions are in the uploaded file.
Question2:
Gender Socialization Theory: Sex, Gender & Sexuality
This is a fabulous overview as to how we are socialized to be ‘female’ or male’. Read the whole thing! But pay really close attention to these parts: Social Learning Theory p. 154, Parents as Socialization Agents p. 155, Peer Group Socialization, p. 156 and Media Socialization p. 156, as you will be using these points for your first essay! Pick out three of points that you found interesting (or alarming?) and talk about it! Be sure to fold in points from the article to make your case! And, of course, do respond, kindly, to two of your fellow students!
For full points:
Read the whole article (because you are going to want to use it for your essay) but focus on the pages above.
Pick out three points from the article that you found interesting or alarming!
Write a minimum of three sentences for each three points.
Respond to two classmates, a minimum of two sentences for each response.
Qeustion3:
Chat: #12 “Why Does Gender Matter: Countering Stereotypes with Young Children
3232 unread replies.3232 replies.
This reading is a quick and easy one – giving you an overview as to how gender is “constructed” in our society and the impact it has on girls. So just bring up two points you found interesting in this article and write your response.
For full points:
Pick out two points that you found interesting – you can be casual in your approach to “chats”!
Write a minimum of three sentences for each point.
Respond to one of your classmates’ commentary!
Qeustion4:
Reading/Discussion: #8 Considering Transgender People in Education: A Gender-Complex Approach
11 unread reply.11 reply.
This is the start of Rands’ Abstract for this complex article:
Schools serve as a setting in which students come to understand gender, but transgender students (those who transgress societal gender norms) are largely left out of discussions of education. The high level of harassment that transgender students face poses sizable obstacles to school success. If the field of education is committed to equity and social justice, then teacher education programs must prepare educators to teach gender in more complex ways that take into consideration the existence and needs of transgender people.
Use the above for a guideline to your commentary. You decide what what you want to talk about in article. Be sure to tie in the article to your commentary! And don’t forget to reach out and comment on two of your classmates responses!
For full points:
Discuss something from this article, using the quote above as a general guideline.
Back up what you want to talk about by using specific points from the article.
Write a paragraph – a minimum of eight sentences.
Respond to two classmates – a minimum of three sentences for each one.