Modernism

Modernism-art
Answer the question
Q: Discuss the rebuilding of Paris under the direction of Emperor Napoleon IIII. How did the emperor use photography to project and image to manipulate the masses, and the control the citizenry of the city? In what way does the work of Edouard Manet and Charles Baudelaire comment on Paris in terms of the shifting boundaries and contested spaces of the city brought about by the rebuilding program?

Essay question

Essay question
In his essay “the Social Bases of Art,” from a Marxism standpoint Meyer Schapiro argues that the desires of the “rentier” class lead them to support modern art (since it embodies these desires). He also argues that artists who produce such art have desires and aspirations that closely correspond to those of the rentier class, through they come from a much different social class. Please explain this argument with as much specificity as you can.

Toaster Oven

Toaster Oven
1.Generate a list of five constraints that apply to your project theme. The constraints must be
realistic, and they must serve a purpose. Identify the constraints, and indicate why they have
been adopted.
2.Identify all of the relevant functions of your design project. This includes the basic and
secondary functions. When listing the secondary functions, specify whether they are required or
unwanted and explain your answer
3.Construct each of the following and explain the results:
• A Pairwise Comparison Chart to rank the goals of your design project.
• A Morphological Chart to illustrate the design space for your design project.
• A Numerical Evaluation Matrix to evaluate the various design options for your design project

Pick a culture or group in school settings

Pick a culture or group in school settings
​Pick a culture or group that you know very little about. Look at the research about learning in this group and summarize what we know about how that group reacts to school settings and what factors effect their achievement. REMEMBER to be careful about making generalizations and to deal with the variability WITHIN that group. ( The group preferably from Asia or Middle East )
Note: 5 pages without the references page, and APA style 6th edition

 

Design a Thematic, Interdisciplinary on ESL

Design a Thematic, Interdisciplinary on ESL
this assignment has two part:
Part 1: Researchers have identified a number of effective methods for instructing second language learners; One of those methods is interdisciplinary, or thematic, learning. Interdisciplinary learning combines content and language in meaningful contexts and develops critical thinking skills that students need for various academic tasks.
List the learning objectives/outcomes for each content area in your thematic, interdisciplinary unit. Specify the language level of the students your unit will serve as beginner, intermediate, or advanced. Select an organizing theme for the unit.
PART:Developing Activities: Cooperative Learning
From the chart, select one activity that students will complete in cooperative learning groups. Describe the process you will use to implement the activity.
Developing Activities: Whole Language
From the chart, select one activity that will incorporate whole language. Describe the process you will use to implement the activity.
Developing Activities: Language Experience
From the chart, select one activity that will incorporate language experience. Describe the process you will use to implement the activity.

Design a Thematic, Interdisciplinary on ESL

Design a Thematic, Interdisciplinary on ESL
this assignment has two part:
Part 1: Researchers have identified a number of effective methods for instructing second language learners; One of those methods is interdisciplinary, or thematic, learning. Interdisciplinary learning combines content and language in meaningful contexts and develops critical thinking skills that students need for various academic tasks.
List the learning objectives/outcomes for each content area in your thematic, interdisciplinary unit. Specify the language level of the students your unit will serve as beginner, intermediate, or advanced. Select an organizing theme for the unit.
PART:Developing Activities: Cooperative Learning
From the chart, select one activity that students will complete in cooperative learning groups. Describe the process you will use to implement the activity.
Developing Activities: Whole Language
From the chart, select one activity that will incorporate whole language. Describe the process you will use to implement the activity.
Developing Activities: Language Experience
From the chart, select one activity that will incorporate language experience. Describe the process you will use to implement the activity.

 

design document

Topic: design document
The task about business case and do these points:
The document must include:
 Design Architecture
Human Machine Interface

photo narrative

Photo Narrative-They say that a picture is worth a thousand words. In this project, you will prove that maxim. You must blend description and narrative to compose a story of EXACTLY 1,000 words. For each word over or under 1,000 you will receive a half point deduction. Titles and headings DO NOT count toward your overall word count. The picture CANNOT be of you and the story MUST be written in the third person. This is a narrative assignment, so it must tell a story, and it must cleanly and naturally blend narrative and description.

Lesson Plane

This week you will create a Language Arts Lesson Plan that focuses on Literacy.
The lesson plan needs to follow the BSU Lesson Plan Template and include the following:
A technology component, accomodations for diverse learners (SPED and Gifted), and a detailed Reflection Practioner section.

application paper

application paper

This assignment uses Safe Assign, a tool that detects and deters academic dishonesty by comparing your submission against common databases, the internet and work submitted by other students. Safe Assign is intended to educate students on the appropriate use of citations. You can protect your own work by optionally adding your document to the Global Reference Database; please see your instructor for details. Visit the UC Libraries’ CampusGuides for information on citing sources and avoiding plagiarism..