Write a 1 page paper about choking, using anatomical terminology. Explain in such a way that assumes the professor is ignorant about the topic. the second paragraph should tell a true story of a person who died of choking. This patient was a stroke victim who had swallowing deficits (dysphagia) and required monitoring whilst eating. on the this fateful day the caregiver didn’t not pay close attention while the patient was feeding and when the uvula didn’t close the food went to the trachea closing off the air passage and the patient died of asphyxia within 7 minute. in conclusion you can write about the risk factor for choking and aspiration precautions and the importance of following medical order.

Write a 1 page paper about choking, using anatomical terminology. Explain in such a way that assumes the professor is ignorant about the topic. the second paragraph should tell a true story of a person who died of choking. This patient was a stroke victim who had swallowing deficits (dysphagia) and required monitoring whilst eating. on the this fateful day the caregiver didn’t not pay close attention while the patient was feeding and when the uvula didn’t close the food went to the trachea closing off the air passage and the patient died of asphyxia within 7 minute. in conclusion you can write about the risk factor for choking and aspiration precautions and the importance of following medical order.

Fluency Reading Plan 1. In fourth grade classrooms, there are great books that could become the basis for instruction in fluency reading. Choose one book and provide the title, author, and a brief synopsis. 2. Create a 5-day mini unit of study in which you unfold a plan for developing students’ fluency. 3. Include at least five different lesson plans that you could incorporate, and a unit assessment plan that utilizes various types of assessment, such as formative, summative, informal, formal, and/or authentic performance. 4. APA format is not required for this part of the assignment, but solid academic writing is expected. Part Two: Mini Unit Overview 1. Provide a brief overview of your mini unit. This should be 1,000-1,250 words in length and summarize the major theme of the unit. 2. Prepare this part of the assignment according to the APA guidelines

Fluency Reading Plan

1. In fourth grade classrooms, there are great books that could become the basis for instruction in fluency reading. Choose one book and provide the title, author, and a brief synopsis.

2. Create a 5-day mini unit of study in which you unfold a plan for developing students’ fluency.

3. Include at least five different lesson plans that you could incorporate, and a unit assessment plan that utilizes various types of assessment, such as formative, summative, informal, formal, and/or authentic performance.

4. APA format is not required for this part of the assignment, but solid academic writing is expected.

Part Two: Mini Unit Overview

1. Provide a brief overview of your mini unit. This should be 1,000-1,250 words in length and summarize the major theme of the unit.

2. Prepare this part of the assignment according to the APA guidelines

An organization provides many products and services. This means staff must be able to do many types of jobs, which means they need to have certain skills. However, many experts believe that the American workforce is lacking some of the most essential skills. For example, 92 percent of top executives believe there is a skills gap (Wastler, 2013). In addition, the overwhelming majority believe the gap is in “soft skills”—communication, critical thinking, creativity and collaboration (Wastler, 2013). Take a position on whether you agree or disagree with the notion that Americans are lacking the most basic job skills and that it forces employers to seek applicants from other countries. In preparing your response, ensure that you properly in-text cite all sources used in the support of your stated positions and the example or examples you chose to utilize. The response needs to be a minimum of 250 words. Also, you will need to include the references at the end of your posting. References Wastler, A. (2013). Jobs skills gap: The basics become a problem. Retrieved from http://www.cnbc.com/id/101012437

An organization provides many products and services. This means staff must be able to do many types of jobs, which means they need to have certain skills. However, many experts believe that the American workforce is lacking some of the most essential skills. For example, 92 percent of top executives believe there is a skills gap (Wastler, 2013). In addition, the overwhelming majority believe the gap is in “soft skills”—communication, critical thinking, creativity and collaboration (Wastler, 2013).

Take a position on whether you agree or disagree with the notion that Americans are lacking the most basic job skills and that it forces employers to seek applicants from other countries. In preparing your response, ensure that you properly in-text cite all sources used in the support of your stated positions and the example or examples you chose to utilize. The response needs to be a minimum of 250 words. Also, you will need to include the references at the end of your posting.

References

Wastler, A. (2013). Jobs skills gap: The basics become a problem. Retrieved from http://www.cnbc.com/id/101012437

Experience of wage earners since the 1940′s You are expected to write a 15 page paper that explores the experience of wage-earners in one particular occupational group over the past half century (that is, since the 1940s). You should present an analysis of changing working and living conditions for the kind of worker you select, based on library and internet research and at least TWO interviews with workers (you are free to do as many more as you would like). Possible occupational groups: They must be wage-earners (or salary-earners), not self-employed professionals or business people or senior managers. For example, autoworkers, steelworkers, clothing workers, packinghouse workers, printers, retail workers, cleaners, machinists, carpenters, plumbers, electricians, farm labourers, domestic servants, miners, loggers, secretaries, librarians, teachers, nurses, etc., etc. In order to get some sense of generational change, you should chose at least one interviewee over age 50 and another under 40. A carefully prepared questionnaire and a tape recorder will be essential. These interviews should be part of the raw material for your analysis, and the paper must involve more than simply narrating the stories of two lives. You should try to integrate all aspects of these workers’ lives into a coherent analysis and to isolate the main changes that have taken place in the experience of this particular occupational group. You will find it helpful to keep the following categories of analysis in mind. 1. Industrial context: what has been the state of the market for the goods or services being produced? How has it changed? 2. Labour market: what kind of labour has been needed for this work? How plentiful or scarce has it been? How much competition has there been for the work? Where have most of the workers come from (e.g., city, countryside, other countries, etc.)? 3. Training: at home? In school? On the job? Through apprenticeship? 4. Management: what kind of management policies have governed this work? How tightly have they controlled the worker? How have these policies changed? 5. Technology: what kind of tools and/or machinery is used? How has the technology been changing? What kinds of skills are involved? How valuable are these skills and how have they changed? 6. Terms of employment: how well paid has the work been? Have wages increased along with the cost of living? Have they kept pace with other workers? What benefits have been received in addition to wages? 7. Working conditions: what hours of work have been expected? What have the health and safety conditions been like? What holidays and vacations have been possible? 8. Resistance: what evidence has there been that workers have resisted their employers’ goals and tactics on the job? How much state involvement has there been? Is there a union and a collective agreement governing the terms of employment? What differences has unionization (or lack of it) made? how much is the worker involved in his or her union? Have these workers carried any of their concerns into politics? 9. Family: what kind of family life have the wage-earners been involved in? What have their domestic responsibilities been and how have they changed? Where have these responsibilities fit into the overall patterns of their life? 10. Leisure: how have these workers had fun off the job? With whom have they socialized? Have these patterns changed at all? 11. Aspirations: what have these workers wanted out of life? How have they gone about trying to get it?

Experience of wage earners since the 1940′s

You are expected to write a 15 page paper that explores the experience of wage-earners in one particular occupational group over the past half century (that is, since the 1940s). You should present an analysis of changing working and living conditions for the kind of worker you select, based on library and internet research and at least TWO interviews with workers (you are free to do as many more as you would like).

Possible occupational groups:

They must be wage-earners (or salary-earners), not self-employed professionals or business people or senior managers. For example, autoworkers, steelworkers, clothing workers, packinghouse workers, printers, retail workers, cleaners, machinists, carpenters, plumbers, electricians, farm labourers, domestic servants, miners, loggers, secretaries, librarians, teachers, nurses, etc., etc.

In order to get some sense of generational change, you should chose at least one interviewee over age 50 and another under 40. A carefully prepared questionnaire and a tape recorder will be essential. These interviews should be part of the raw material for your analysis, and the paper must involve more than simply narrating the stories of two lives. You should try to integrate all aspects of these workers’ lives into a coherent analysis and to isolate the main changes that have taken place in the experience of this particular occupational group. You will find it helpful to keep the following categories of analysis in mind.

1. Industrial context: what has been the state of the market for the goods or services being produced? How has it changed?

2. Labour market: what kind of labour has been needed for this work? How plentiful or scarce has it been? How much competition has there been for the work? Where have most of the workers come from (e.g., city, countryside, other countries, etc.)?

3. Training: at home? In school? On the job? Through apprenticeship?

4. Management: what kind of management policies have governed this work? How tightly have they controlled the worker? How have these policies changed?

5. Technology: what kind of tools and/or machinery is used? How has the technology been changing? What kinds of skills are involved? How valuable are these skills and how have they changed?

6. Terms of employment: how well paid has the work been? Have wages increased along with the cost of living? Have they kept pace with other workers? What benefits have been received in addition to wages?

7. Working conditions: what hours of work have been expected? What have the health and safety conditions been like? What holidays and vacations have been possible?

8. Resistance: what evidence has there been that workers have resisted their employers’ goals and tactics on the job? How much state involvement has there been? Is there a union and a collective agreement governing the terms of employment? What differences has unionization (or lack of it) made? how much is the worker involved in his or her union? Have these workers carried any of their concerns into politics?

9. Family: what kind of family life have the wage-earners been involved in? What have their domestic responsibilities been and how have they changed? Where have these responsibilities fit into the overall patterns of their life?

10. Leisure: how have these workers had fun off the job? With whom have they socialized? Have these patterns changed at all?

11. Aspirations: what have these workers wanted out of life? How have they gone about trying to get it?

What are the company?s key resources and competitive capabilities? What competitive liabilities and resource weaknesses does it have? What opportunities exist? What threats to its continued success are present? SWOT analysis(strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats for google -What recommendations would you make to Google?s top-management team to sustain its competitive advantage in the search industry? How should it best capitalize on its strategic initiatives in smartphones and other ventures?

What are the company?s key resources and competitive capabilities? What competitive liabilities and resource weaknesses does it have? What opportunities exist? What threats to its continued success are present?

SWOT analysis(strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats for google

-What recommendations would you make to Google?s top-management team to sustain its competitive advantage in the search industry? How should it best capitalize on its strategic initiatives in smartphones and other ventures?

Name of the Book: The House on the Beartown Road.by Elizabeth Cohen write Summary and mention all the characters in the summary also include the dilemma, ethical principles, argument, and decision/plan. To Dilemma: Describes dilemma in detail presenting evidence of pertinent facts & information and identifies desired goal or outcome to be reached. Group members: Identifies who (characters) should be involved in the decision making process for the case and all interested stakeholders with reflection of viewpoints of key players, their respective value systems and personal choices in the case. Principles: Identifies 2 or more moral / ethical principles involved in case & what conclusions would be drawn from them. Arguments: Demonstrates evaluation of relevant facts & assumptions in the case with exploration of unjustifiable facts or illogical assumptions / concepts. Decision and plan: Make a decision, describing how it maximizes the benefits and minimizes risks for those involved in the case. Formulate a plan to execute the decision while taking into account necessary resources (including money and personnel).

Name of the Book: The House on the Beartown Road.by Elizabeth Cohen

write Summary and mention all the characters in the summary also include the dilemma, ethical principles, argument, and decision/plan. To

Dilemma: Describes dilemma in detail presenting evidence of pertinent facts & information and identifies desired goal or outcome to be reached.

Group members: Identifies who (characters) should be involved in the decision making process for the case and all interested stakeholders with reflection of viewpoints of key players, their respective value systems and personal choices in the case.

Principles: Identifies 2 or more moral / ethical principles involved in case & what conclusions would be drawn from them.

Arguments: Demonstrates evaluation of relevant facts & assumptions in the case with exploration of unjustifiable facts or illogical assumptions / concepts.

Decision and plan:

Make a decision, describing how it maximizes the benefits and minimizes risks for those involved in the case. Formulate a plan to execute the decision while taking into account necessary resources (including money and personnel).

Health sciences and medicine professional studies Please answer fully , using evidence and citations where appropriate. Remember do not write your opinion. You must explain theories and approaches and provide citations from relevant texts. 1. There were a number of influences on the medieval understanding of illness. These were , the pagan folk tradition of herbal remedies ,the scholarly monastic herbal practices, the beliefs of the influence of supernatural, the Renaissance influence from Graeco Roman texts, the scientific development of chemical remedies and anatomy,and training of physicians in the universities. Trace and analyse the way healing practice developed through from the pagan folk remedies to the biomedical model that arguably dominates medicine today. Think about the way healing became increasingly scientific and the way the power passed to the medical profession. 400 WORDS. 2.Early healers had a more holistic understanding of the mind and the body. Discuss how the biomedical model understands the body, sick person, the process of healing, ideas of progress and the relationship between the physician and the patient- 400 WORDS 3.Explain why the biomedical model can be viewed as reductionist. Discuss a referenced critique of the biomedical model 400 WORDS 4.Explain what the social approach to health and illness sees as the causes of inequalities between the social classes. Discuss the main difference between the social approach to health and illness and the biomedical approach 400 WORDS. 5.The psychosocial approach to health and illness sees the stress caused by social inequalities as one of the causes of the differentials in morbidity and mortality rates between the classes. Discuss how the social stress model, self-efficacy model, and inequality model , explain the relationship between social class, stress and rate of illness. You may present and analyse case studies to help explain each of the models

Health sciences and medicine

professional studies

Please answer fully , using evidence and citations where appropriate. Remember do not write your opinion. You must explain theories and approaches and provide citations from relevant texts.
1. There were a number of influences on the medieval understanding of illness. These were , the pagan folk tradition of herbal remedies ,the scholarly monastic herbal practices, the beliefs of the influence of supernatural, the Renaissance influence from Graeco Roman texts, the scientific development of chemical remedies and anatomy,and training of physicians in the universities.

Trace and analyse the way healing practice developed through from the pagan folk remedies to the biomedical model that arguably dominates medicine today. Think about the way healing became increasingly scientific and the way the power passed to the medical profession.
400 WORDS.

2.Early healers had a more holistic understanding of the mind and the body.
Discuss how the biomedical model understands the body, sick person, the process of healing, ideas of progress and the relationship between the physician and the patient-
400 WORDS

3.Explain why the biomedical model can be viewed as reductionist.
Discuss a referenced critique of the biomedical model
400 WORDS

4.Explain what the social approach to health and illness sees as the causes of inequalities between the social classes.
Discuss the main difference between the social approach to health and illness and the biomedical approach
400 WORDS.

5.The psychosocial approach to health and illness sees the stress caused by social inequalities as one of the causes of the differentials in morbidity and mortality rates between the classes.
Discuss how the social stress model, self-efficacy model, and inequality model , explain the relationship between social class, stress and rate of illness. You may present and analyse case studies to help explain each of the models

Oppression Objectives: • To engage in a learning activity which best reflects your individual learning style and interests theories/concepts/themes • To consider the social work practice implications of your learning • To demonstrate critical engagement with course Select a topic of your choice that relates to some of the aspects of your journey through this course, Demonstrate your learning in relation to this theme. Instruction for this Assignment Demonstration of learning Option one: Part A: Creative Project: Use a creative medium such as art, poetry, collage, an altered book, the development of a DVD, photographs, posters, etc., to illustrate your thoughts, feelings, and reflections with respect to the theme of your choice. Part B: Written Synopsis: Write a summary of the ideas you have taken up in your creative piece. Your synopsis will describe how your creative piece reflects some of the critical theories explored in this course and how this translates to your social work practice. This written synopsis must be 1000-1200 words. Check to ensure that the summary meets the course objectives and grading criteria.

Oppression

Objectives:

• To engage in a learning activity which best reflects your individual learning style and interests
theories/concepts/themes

• To consider the social work practice implications of your learning

• To demonstrate critical engagement with course
Select a topic of your choice that relates to some of the aspects of your journey through this course, Demonstrate your learning in relation to this theme.

Instruction for this Assignment

Demonstration of learning

Option one:

Part A: Creative Project: Use a creative medium such as art, poetry, collage, an altered book, the development of a DVD, photographs, posters, etc., to illustrate your thoughts, feelings, and reflections with respect to the theme of your choice.

Part B: Written Synopsis: Write a summary of the ideas you have taken up in your creative piece. Your synopsis will describe how your creative piece reflects some of the critical theories explored in this course and how this translates to your social work practice.

This written synopsis must be 1000-1200 words. Check to ensure that the summary meets the course objectives and grading criteria.

Nelson Museum piece A Model for Art Criticism INTRODUCTION ln a three to five page double spaced paper with l” margins on top. bottom and both sides. your name in the top right hand corner, center your (own) paper title (example above). Use a Style of your choice (MIA. APA. Chicago.) Describe and ‘map meaning” on mzo“ C Work that you personally viewed and experienced at the Nelson~Atkins MuseumofArt.Usetheexaetheadingsinthismodelasaguideandas headings in your paper. Begin your paper with a one-paragraph introduction that tells the reader what the paper is about. Note the name of the anist(s). the date. and other information appropriate for an introduction. The last sentence in this paragraph dchlops a transition to the next section of the paper. For example. and feel free to use this example. with appropriate modifications: “ln this art criticism paper about Robert Rauschenberg‘s, exhibited in tthclson Atkins Museum of Art, a description, context and summary will help the reader understand and appreciate this 2oth Century American artwork.” Choose a 20′” C artwork you particularly like or dislike. DESCRIPTION l’his part of your art criticism paper accounts for about halfof your paper and answers the question “What’s there?” Describe the work as accurately as you can, noting the visual elements and principles of design. Describe the work so accurately that. a person who is unable to see this particular artwork personally can form a picture in their brain of what it looks like. Don’t forget media. size. direction and location of colors and shapes, texture etc. Test your description on a friend who has not seen the work. Ask them to sketch it from your written description. Check the drawing to see what you may have forgotten to write in your description. After you have tested your description, write: CONTEXT This part of your’ paper answers the question “What is the artwork about?” What is its meaning, or content? Use the descriptive claw

Nelson Museum piece
A Model for Art Criticism

INTRODUCTION

ln a three to five page double spaced paper with l” margins on top. bottom and
both sides. your name in the top right hand corner, center your (own) paper title (example
above). Use a Style of your choice (MIA. APA. Chicago.) Describe and ‘map
meaning” on mzo“ C Work that you personally viewed and experienced at the
Nelson~Atkins MuseumofArt.Usetheexaetheadingsinthismodelasaguideandas
headings in your paper.
Begin your paper with a one-paragraph introduction that tells the reader what
the paper is about. Note the name of the anist(s). the date. and other information
appropriate for an introduction. The last sentence in this paragraph dchlops a transition
to the next section of the paper. For example. and feel free to use this example. with
appropriate modifications: “ln this art criticism paper about Robert Rauschenberg‘s,
exhibited in tthclson Atkins Museum of Art, a description, context and
summary will help the reader understand and appreciate this 2oth Century American
artwork.” Choose a 20′” C artwork you particularly like or dislike.
DESCRIPTION
l’his part of your art criticism paper accounts for about halfof your paper and
answers the question “What’s there?” Describe the work as accurately as you can,
noting the visual elements and principles of design. Describe the work so accurately that.
a person who is unable to see this particular artwork personally can form a picture in their
brain of what it looks like. Don’t forget media. size. direction and location of colors and
shapes, texture etc. Test your description on a friend who has not seen the work. Ask
them to sketch it from your written description. Check the drawing to see what you may
have forgotten to write in your description. After you have tested your description, write:
CONTEXT
This part of your’ paper answers the question “What is the artwork about?”
What is its meaning, or content? Use the descriptive claw