Yeung Analysis

Yeung Analysis
) Refer to “The Use of Electro-Acupuncture in Conjunction with Exercise for the Treatment of Chronic Low-Back Pain” by Yeung, Leung, and Chow.
2) Complete “Yeung Analysis Worksheet.”
3) Examine the question the researchers were trying to answer and write an essay (2 pages words) that explains why you feel the t-test was chosen. Choose one of the other tools studied so far in this course and explain why it would not provide relevant findings.
4) Prepare this assignment according to the APA
5) This assignment uses a grading rubric. Instructors will be using the rubric to grade the assignment; therefore, students should review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the assignment criteria and expectations for successful completion of the assignment.and make sure you focus on the highest graded rubric

High Classical Greek Sculpture in Athens

Describe the development of sculpture at Athens from the end of the Persian Wars to the end of the Peloponnesian War. What are the characteristics of each stage? Is there a connection between historical events and the style of statuary?

 

Translations by Brian Friel

Translations by Brian Friel
Set in 1833 in Ireland, this hauntingly lyrical play tells of the British army’s campaign to replace the native Gaelic place names with English ones in an attempt to end centuries of fighting by setting up a political union based on a common language. Lieutenant Yolland, a British soldier, falls in love with Maire, a peasant girl, and with Ireland. Their romance sparks displeasure and anger in the Irish and English alike, and when Yolland goes missing, the mutual revenge taken threatens to tear the countryside apart.
After you have seen the production: Complete the final play report in the form of a analytical critique

Discuss Paleolithic art in specific relation to it’s probable meaning, use, and purposes.

Discuss Paleolithic art in specific relation to it’s probable meaning, use, and purposes.

-All essays are to be 6-7 pages in length (double spaced/12 point type)
-Please include a minimum of five bibliographical references (excluding internet sources)
-Please use primary and secondary sources exclusively
-NO Wiki or Encarta references please (see above)
-All quotes must be footnoted in the appropriate manner
-All quotes must be footnoted in the appropriate manner
-No plastic folders or covers please. A simple cover page will suffice.
-Please use the standard MLA format for theses and dissertations
-Standard procedures regarding plagiarism/copying apply
This paper is a chance for you to explore an area of interest in greater detail. I am looking for a good
grasp of the basic facts/issues under examination, in addition to a willingness to apply original thought
based on your observations and research.
You are welcome to chose another topic, but please discuss your ideas with me first.

preliminary work completed. If this is the first time you have written a college research paper,
please be sure to let me help you. It is important to learn good research habits now.
The essay assignment is very important to take seriously. The skills required to write a good paper are
also necessary for success in the workplace today. The paper requires you to gather information from a
variety of sources, distil the information, discuss your chosen topic utilizing your sources where
appropriate, and assess your conclusions. If you can do this, then most careers in today’s demanding
information-rich work environment are open to you.

Communist Manifesto and the rise of the Proletariat

Communist Manifesto and the rise of the Proletariat
Write a well-developed essay explaining the historical significance and repercussions of the topics. Remember to answer the questions what, when, where, what, how, why? to develop a thorough discussion of your topic. Make sure to introduce your topic properly, have a thesis statement, a body of evidence with examples from the text and a clear conclusion. Use the guiding questions to develop your essay.
*CRUCIAL*: YOU MUST ANALYZE THE PRIMARY SOURCES INDICATED FROM PRIMARY SOURCE BOOK (Sources of the Western Tradition Vol. II: From The Renaissance To The Present) AND CITE ALL YOUR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION FROM YOUR TEXTBOOK (Western Civilizations II by Jackson Spielvogel).
**You may NOT use additional sources.**
Required length 3 – 6 pages doubled spaced, 11 or 12 pt. font, 1’’ margins.
**Use Chicago-Turabian style citations (footnotes)**
Communist Manifesto and the rise of the Proletariat!
Examine the excerpt of Marx and Engel’s Manifesto. How do the authors describe the history of mankind and why? What is happening in their own time period (mid 19th cent) in terms of this struggle? Who has come out on top of this struggle and how have they made their way up? According to the authors, what is happening the common worker in society with the development of modern industry? Do the workers ever have any victories? If so how? Within the working class, who will lead the fight against oppression and how will they do it? What will be the result of this fight? And what will society look like as a result? Based on your knowledge and readings about the industrial revolution and 19th century politics, how can you explain Marx and Engel’s reasons behind their work? USE SPECIFIC EXAMPLES!
VERY IMPORTANT, YOU MUST USE: Primary Sources – (Sources of the Western Tradition Vol. II: From The Renaissance To The Present): Communist Manifesto by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels (pp.195-201)

Abstract

Abstract
Building on the previous assignment and incorporating an abstract around the following PICOT question In United States armed forces veterans between the ages of 19 and 65 years of age with a clinical diagnosis of combat related post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) how effective is internet based virtual reality exposure therapy compared to traditional facility based virtual reality exposure therapy in controlling re-experiencing symptoms during the first 6 months of therapy?”
Module Assignments
o Develop an Abstract/Synthesis of the Literature
You will submit an abstract about your project.An abstract is a short summary of your project. While we commonly think of abstracts as short summaries of research projects, they are also used for summaries of other educational, improvement, and evidence-based practice projects. The elements of the abstract are based on the type of project you are describing. An evidence summary provides the “best science” you have available based on your search of the research literature. Examples of evidence summary tables are available in the course.
For this assignment, you need to address the major components listed in the grading rubric: significance of your project, proposed methods that could be used (Model for Improvement, RCA, EBP, FMEA, etc.), anticipated changes that could be made, and how well the changes would work in your setting. Finally, you need to include something about the context of the work so others could judge whether or not it would work in their organization as a practice improvement (translating evidence into practice).
Please keep in mind that this abstract will be the framework for your poster. A well written abstract can help you create a wonderful poster that is logical and interesting. The body of your abstract should be no more than 250 words and no longer than a single page. There should be a title and your name. The abstract should be in APA format, and double-spaced. Tip- Read the abstract out loud and review it several times before submitting.
Abstract/Synthesis Grading Rubric
Criteria
Points
Document Length: No more than one page in length.
5
Abstract Title: Provide a short descriptive title of no more than 250 characters, relevant to your defined priority area
5
Abstract Body: In no more than 250 words, summarize your EBP project based upon your defined priority area including the following components:
PICOT (5)
Search Strategy (10)
Critical Appraisal (15)
Integration and Translation (10)
Outcomes (10)
Conclusion (10)
60
Quality of Writing: Appropriate style (APA), organization and clarity
25

World war ll

World war ll
Now that we’ve made some progress in the course, you can begin to think about the larger significance and meaning of the war.
Answer the question below and write an essay worth 100 points (~15% of your grade). Two or three pages (double-­‐spaced, with standard 12 point and margins) should be sufficient. The main focus should be on coming to a conclusion about the question; come up with a thesis (or argument) and defend it with appropriate evidence. Choose one of the following questions or issues:
*Soon after the United States declared war, Churchill and Roosevelt met (at the Arcadia Conference, not to be confused with the earlier Atlantic Conference that produced the Atlantic Charter), and decided upon a “Germany first” strategy in order to focus on Europe before defeating Japan. In the quarter century after the war, however, the world’s two biggest conflicts (Korea and Vietnam) both took place in East Asia, while Europe remained relatively table. Are there aspects to the way that the Allies approached the war in the Pacific and East Asia that might suggest that that region’s postwar situation would be unstable?
Essays will be graded according to the following criteria:
This assignment is worth 100 points. It should be submitted online to turnitin.
Your paper will be graded on:
I. Mechanics (50 points)
�Follows guidelines, including turnitin.10 points
�Proper structure (with an introduction, body , and conclusion) 10 points
�Clarity of style, proper grammar and spelling 10 points
�Proper citations (using either MLA or Chicago style) 20 points
Analysis (50 points)
�Paper has a clear thesis and!!! (boldfaced in the introduction) and the paper is organized properly to support the thesis (20 points)
�Paper incorporates proper evidence, drawn from course materials only—readings, lectures, videos, etc. Do not do any additional research. (30 points)
The only Resources you can use:
-Michael J Lyons, World War II: A Short History (5th ed,2009)
-Keegan, John, Collins Atlas of World War II (2006)

Slavery in the age of abolition

Slavery in the age of abolition –
Indian Ocean Slavery in the Age of Abolition, edited by Robert Harms, Bernard K. Freamon, and David W. Blight (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2013), 183-194 (online reserve)
Then…..(please use footnotes for sourcing)
Reaction paper #12
Focus on Hartman’s discussion of the slave trade and her visit to Africa. What role does the history of the slave trade play in Africa today?

Osiris State from LACMA the one made of wood with gilding

Osiris State from LACMA the one made of wood with gilding
The purpose or function and where it was found. If use internet as resource use sources created or hosted by authoritative educational, cultural, or government institutions (in the URL, look for .edu, .org, or .gov). No need for introduction.

History and Philosophy Book Review

 History and Philosophy Book Review
Do a 2 page book synposis of the following books. One page per book.
Webb, L. Dean. The History of American Education: A Great American Experience. 2006. Pearson Education. Upper Saddle Ridge, NJ.
Ozman, Howard A. & Craver, Samuel M. Philosophical Foundations of Education, Eighth Edition. 2008. Pearson Education. Upper Saddle Ridge, NJ.