Read the following chapter in the textbook: Chapter 13 & 14 Shi, L. & Singh D. A. (2014). Delivering Healthcare in America (6th edition). ISBN-978-1284047127; Publisher: Jones & Bartlett.
Provide an overview of what new technology might achieve in the delivery of health care. Use the scholarly criteria to find articles concerning this topic. Continue reading
One of the really important underlying principles of the fields of African and African American, American and Global Gender Studies is that history/literature look different from different perspectives. For this assignment, you will write a paper in which you analyze a historical event/process/theme, literary or other text, or cultural symbol from any standpoint relevant to your major (e.g., from that of women, African Americans, Native Americans, etc.). Continue reading
Emerging Literacy for Elementary Teachers © 2017 American College of Education 1 Module 3 Application Submit at the end of Module 3. Creating Interactive Learning Centers In this application assignment, you will create interactive learning centers to support phonics in an age-appropriate environment. At least one of the centers should integrate technology. Continue reading
Write a 5 paragraph essay analyzing the theme of Old South vs. New South in William Faulkner’s “A Rose for Emily.”. The essay must be MLA formatted, must contain at least one quote from each story that you use, must have citations in the essay and include a works Cited page. Continue reading
In Marlon Riggs’ Color Adjustment, Henry Louis Gates, Jr. states that Black sitcoms of the 1970s represented both the greatest potential for representing Black life in television’s history and also the greatest failure. Why? Conduct a close analysis of either the “Juneteenth: The Musical” episode of Blackish (ABC, October 3, 2017) or the “B-, Don’t Kill My Vibe” episode of Grown-ish (Freeform, January 3, 2018). How does this current sitcom exhibit similar possibilities and/or failure? Why or why not? Continue reading
You will have an opportunity to engage in some animal behavior research yourself! You should find an animal that you can actually observe in your everyday life that illustrates one or more of the concepts we’ve learned about in the course (parental investment theory, sexual selection, exotic mating behavior, etc…) Continue reading