Explore how outside forces can construct an individual, and compare your research to the world of Never Let Me Go (by Kazuo Ishiguro).

Requirements are: 3 quotes per paragraph, 5 sources

I would like to have it delivered by Sunday night, so I can make personal revisions.

PROMPT: Explore how outside forces can construct an individual, and compare your research to the world of Never Let Me Go (by Kazuo Ishiguro).
I have 3 sources I can provide, I am also working on obtaining quotes form the book that relate to the sources.

Working thesis: The way that Kathy, Tommy, and Ruth are affected by outside forces prevent them from taking control of their lives.

Themes in Book: 1) Fear of disorganization, 2) Abandonment, 3) The dramatized relationship b/w institution and Hailsham students

In what ways does your culture express a struggle with mortality?Explain

Select a piece of art, music, literature, philosophical text, sacred text, poetry, or architecture from the Sayre materials we have been exploring together and explore each of the following five steps in a single cohesive work:
i.What is the piece you have selected? Give me a detailed overview of the piece you have selected. Demonstrate to me that you have read / listened to / or examined the work you have selected and absorbed it. If you have selected a text you must include at least three quotes from that text which you find to be particularly important. If you have selected art or music, please describe both the piece and the biography of the artist to me in great detail. For works of art and music you must also include three citations pertaining either to the piece or to the biography of its creator. For works of art, please include a printed copy of the work of art after your works cited. For pieces of music, please include a link to a site like youtube where I can listen to the piece in your works cited.
ii.What was happening in the wider cultural context of the piece you selected? In particular, how does this piece fit in to the rest of the chapter in which it appears in Sayre? A helpful way to answer this question is to ask yourself: What might the thesis of the chapter in Sayre in which this work appears be? How does the work you have selected reflect / engage this wider cultural context? Be specific. You must include at least three citations from the primary text in this section of your essay.
iii.Identify and argue for a motivation for the creation of this piece: Why, in your opinion, was this piece created? What do you believe was the artists strongest motivation? Draw from your work in steps one and two to develop and support your argument.
iv.When and in what ways do YOU encounter the particular motivation which you identified and argued for in step three? For example, if you argue that The Epic of Gilgamesh is about the struggle of human beings with their own mortality: In what ways do you encounter and express your own struggle with the issue of mortality? In what ways does your culture express a struggle with mortality? Does your culture even acknowledge this struggle?
v.In what ways does your experience with a particular issue compare with the experience of an ancient on this same issue? In what ways does your experience with a particular issue differ/contrast from the experience of an ancient with this issue?
———-
Added on 30.04.2016 20:04
Select a piece of art, music, literature, philosophical text, sacred text, poetry, or architecture from the Sayre materials we have been exploring together and explore each of the following five steps in a single cohesive work:
i.What is the piece you have selected? Give me a detailed overview of the piece you have selected. Demonstrate to me that you have read / listened to / or examined the work you have selected and absorbed it. If you have selected a text you must include at least three quotes from that text which you find to be particularly important. If you have selected art or music, please describe both the piece and the biography of the artist to me in great detail. For works of art and music you must also include three citations pertaining either to the piece or to the biography of its creator. For works of art, please include a printed copy of the work of art after your works cited. For pieces of music, please include a link to a site like youtube where I can listen to the piece in your works cited.
ii.What was happening in the wider cultural context of the piece you selected? In particular, how does this piece fit in to the rest of the chapter in which it appears in Sayre? A helpful way to answer this question is to ask yourself: What might the thesis of the chapter in Sayre in which this work appears be? How does the work you have selected reflect / engage this wider cultural context? Be specific. You must include at least three citations from the primary text in this section of your essay.
iii.Identify and argue for a motivation for the creation of this piece: Why, in your opinion, was this piece created? What do you believe was the artists strongest motivation? Draw from your work in steps one and two to develop and support your argument.
iv.When and in what ways do YOU encounter the particular motivation which you identified and argued for in step three? For example, if you argue that The Epic of Gilgamesh is about the struggle of human beings with their own mortality: In what ways do you encounter and express your own struggle with the issue of mortality? In what ways does your culture express a struggle with mortality? Does your culture even acknowledge this struggle?
v.In what ways does your experience with a particular issue compare with the experience of an ancient on this same issue? In what ways does your experience with a particular issue differ/contrast from the experience of an ancient with this issue?

Compare special education learning theory prior to and after 1950 and relate theory to practice in the schools.

For this assignment, you will compare special education learning theory prior to and after 1950 and relate theory to practice in the schools.

General Requirements:

Use the following information to ensure successful completion of the assignment:

Instructors will be using a grading rubric to grade the assignments. It is recommended that learners review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment in order to become familiar with the assignment criteria and expectations for successful completion of the assignment. The APA Style Guide is located in the Student Success Center.
This assignment requires that at least two additional scholarly research sources related to this topic, and at least one in-text citation from each source be included.
You are required to submit this assignment to Turnitin.
Directions:

Write (1,0001,250) comparing special education learning theories before 1950 and after 1950. Include the following:

How have the learning theories related to special education changed during these two time periods?
What knowledge formed the foundation for the theoretical changes?
Analyze whether or not the change(s) has/have improved the field of special education?
Evaluate how knowledge of current learning theories in reference to special education will assist you, as a school leader, with helping your teachers focus on their students’ learning needs.
———-
Added on 30.04.2016 20:06
For this assignment, you will compare special education learning theory prior to and after 1950 and relate theory to practice in the schools.

General Requirements:

Use the following information to ensure successful completion of the assignment:

Instructors will be using a grading rubric to grade the assignments. It is recommended that learners review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment in order to become familiar with the assignment criteria and expectations for successful completion of the assignment.

This assignment requires that at least two additional scholarly research sources related to this topic, and at least one in-text citation from each source be included.

You are required to submit this assignment to Turnitin. Refer to the directions in the Student Success Center. Only Word documents can be submitted to Turnitin.
Directions:

Write a 1,0001,250-word comparing special education learning theories before 1950 and after 1950. Include the following:

How have the learning theories related to special education changed during these two time periods?
What knowledge formed the foundation for the theoretical changes?
Analyze whether or not the change(s) has/have improved the field of special education?
Evaluate how knowledge of current learning theories in reference to special education will assist you, as a school leader, with helping your teachers focus on their students” learning needs.

Rubric

Learning Theories and Special Education

1
Unsatisfactory
0.00%
2
Less Than Satisfactory
76.00%
3
Satisfactory
81.00%
4
Good
89.00%
5
Excellent
100.00%
70.0 %Content

15.0 %Discuss How Learning Theories Related to Special Education Have Changed Between 1950 and Today
A discussion of how learning theories related to Special Education have changed between 1950 and today is not present.
A discussion of how learning theories related to Special Education have changed between 1950 and today is present. Discussion is absent or inadequate.
A discussion of how learning theories related to Special Education have changed between 1950 and today is present, but done at a superficial level.
A discussion of how learning theories related to Special Education have changed between 1950 and today is thorough. Research is from original sources. Most are current, but some are outdated.
A discussion of how learning theories related to Special Education have changed between 1950 and today is detailed and insightful. Research is from scholarly current sources.
15.0 %Discuss the Knowledge That Formed the Knowledge for the Theoretical Changes During the Period Between 1950 and Today
A discussion of the knowledge that formed the knowledge for the theoretical changes during the period between 1950 and today is not present.
A discussion of the knowledge that formed the knowledge for the theoretical changes during the period between 1950 and today is present. Argument, and/or discussion is absent or inadequate.
A discussion of the knowledge that formed the knowledge for the theoretical changes during the period between 1950 and today is present, but done at a cursory level.
A discussion of the knowledge that formed the knowledge for the theoretical changes during the period between 1950 and today is clearly presented. Argument supports claims.
A discussion of the knowledge that formed the knowledge for the theoretical changes during the period between 1950 and today is insightful and convincing. Argument is convincing.
15.0 %Analyze Whether or not the Change(S) Has/Have Improved the Field of Special Education
An analysis as to whether or not the change(s) has/have improved the field of special education is not presented.
An analysis as to whether or not the change(s) has/have improved the field of special education is present. Discussion is absent or inadequate.
An analysis as to whether or not the change(s) has/have improved the field of special education is present, but done at a cursory level.
An analysis as to whether or not the change(s) has/have improved the field of special education is clearly presented. Discussion is convincing. Research is from original sources, mostly authoritative but some are outdated.
An analysis as to whether or not the change(s) has/have improved the field of special education is clearly presented. Discussion is thorough and insightful. Research is from scholarly and current sources.
15.0 %Evaluate How Knowledge of Current Learning Theories in Reference to Special Education Will Assist You, as a School Leader, With Helping Your Teachers Focus on Their Students” Learning Needs
An evaluation as to how knowledge of current learning theories in reference to special education will assist you, as a school leader, with helping your teachers focus on their students” learning needs is not present.
An evaluation as to how knowledge of current learning theories in reference to special education will assist you, as a school leader, with helping your teachers focus on their students” learning needs is present, but incomplete.
An evaluation as to how knowledge of current learning theories in reference to special education will assist you, as a school leader, with helping your teachers focus on their students” learning needs is present, but done at a superficial level.
An evaluation as to how knowledge of current learning theories in reference to special education will assist you, as a school leader, with helping your teachers focus on their students” learning needs is clearly presented. Argument is thorough and convincing. Research is from original sources. Most are authoritative, but some are outdated.
An evaluation as to how knowledge of current learning theories in reference to special education will assist you, as a school leader, with helping your teachers focus on their students” learning needs is clearly presented. Argument supports claims and is insightful. Research is from original, current sources.
10.0 %Synthesis and Argument
No synthesis of source information is evident. Statement of purpose is not followed to a justifiable conclusion. The conclusion does not support the claim made. Argument is incoherent and uses non-credible sources.
Synthesis of source information is attempted, but is not successful. Sufficient justification of claims is lacking. Argument lacks consistent unity. There are obvious flaws in the logic. Some sources have questionable credibility.
Synthesis of source information is present, but pedantic. Argument is orderly, but may have a few inconsistencies. The argument presents minimal justification of claims. Argument logically, but not thoroughly, supports the purpose. Sources used are credible. Introduction and conclusio

Discuss about the society that has been witnessed theoretically through the visits through Mayfair and Stratford.

This essay is about the society that has been witnessed theoretically through the visits through Mayfair and Stratford.

The issue of socialism is an important aspect of any community because of the huge contributions it has on the economy as well as social development. This is because it often covers the road map to production as a way of recovery from economic and moral undoing of capitalism. It is also crucial to realize that it is unknown whether this phenomenon influences the organizing force in aspects that touch on humanity (Hewitt & Pendlebury, 2014). The efforts of Lenin have far much contributed towards economic development having learned from his experience of the challenges in the system. These difficulties were because of an economy that lacks the aspects of competition in the pursuit of making profits (Butler, 2014).

It is important to note that the global economy has for many years been dependent upon assumptions of eternal growth. However, life in London today is based on non-renewable sources as raw materials for economic growth.  The challenge towards attaining transition, however, is the efforts to make citizens, and their businesses make the most out of their talents and the local resources (Hewittn & Pendlebury, 2014).

Stratford is located at the heart of the Midlands of England that dates back to the medieval age. Today, it is often recognized as the place of birth of the renowned playwright William Shakespeare. This has served the town well in the generation of foreign currency due to its historic features. Stratford has the lowest rate of unemployment among the population thus serving as a mirror of vibrancy and a successful economy, which is why there are always homeless individuals around begging for money. The rates of joblessness have been recorded to be in the range of approximately 4 to 6% thus contributing to economic productivity % development through skilled manpower and revenue payment (Butler, 2014).

The town of Stratford placed a bid for the purpose of development based on three stimulating factors. These factors include; it being the diversity culturally as well as ethnically. Its focus on renewal of one of the impoverished parts of the city in which Olympics plays a major role in giving necessities to the residents. This is to earn them a legacy, and its focus on inspiring the young generation through sporting activities (Dennis, 2013).

Stratford is well known and widely recognized as the home of Olympic and Paralympic games, especially during the summer. This park is composed of the iconic Stadium that has documented the worlds’ records as well as an Aquatic Center with the most amazing swimming pools and ArcelorMittal Orbit. This is a million dollar panoramic view over the Park, and the East End landscape of London that is fast-changing over to the heart of the City (Štrajn, 2012).

The aspect of culture in Stratford has been incorporated into the architectural work and landscape of the Queen Elizabeth Park. This serves well in instilling a strong sense of belonging and traditional feel through the integration of excellent artwork. The artwork promises many improvements and attraction to the town of Stratford through its continued creativity as the evolution of the park increases by the day. These improvements can be achieved through performances in poetry, workshops, and talks as well as music & drama festivals. This town offers Gourmet due to the presence of highly priced restaurants providing luxurious cuisines of both local and international origins (Dennis, 2013).

Another location which I went to was Mayfair which is located at the heart of the London in Westminster. This town is named after the fortnight-long May Fair that often occurred in the town from the late 1600s to mid-1700s. This town serves as the most attractive sites of London city characterized by class, mundaneness, and attire.  Despite the fact that Mayfair is old, it is the very home for the finest shopping establishments in the whole world (Štrajn, 2012).

Mayfair has hidden treasures that serve the city’s economy thanks to the monopolization aspect. This is because it contains one of the most exotic hotels, shopping malls, and restaurants as well as members clubs. The buildings here earn the owners highest rental rates in London and across the world thus contributing to the serenity of the place. These constructions include the Royal Academy of Arts, Grosvenor House Hotel, US Embassy among others. This area has become an influential site that lures private banking facilities, hedge funds as well as wealth managers. Designers have also created a niche in Mayfair as evident by one of the most luxurious galleries such as Savile Row (Dennis, 2013).

In terms of economic growth and development, Mayfair houses hedge funds and private equity firms. This is characterized by fretworks of refined streets that are situated in the eastern part of the costly super sweeps of Hyde Park. Often the greatest difference between private equity and hedge funds is dependent on each purchase. Moreover, private equity relies on huge bets on quite a few companies hence taking control through extraction of profits. However, hedge funds on the other hand often play the game of flipping in and out of liquid assets such as bonds, stock exchange, dangerous products, and foreign trade among others. However, the issues of bribery, greed, insider trading, social status and class cause the investors to continue putting in money into such firms. This is despite the bg risk posed by the continued investment in such firms (Štrajn, 2012).

The aspects of socialism penetrate the economic calculation equation and in most cases are hard to attain. This is because of issues that touch on capitalism in which a centrally organized system cannot be substituted for economic development. This is because it aids in the resolution of contemporary issues that often are important in the society. It is, however, important to continue instilling good virtues in the young generation to inform their sense of decision-making in future.

Based upon the aspects of capitalism and socialism, there is a clear line between the two in terms of economic development. Capitalism adopts a competitive free market that encourages the exchange of goods and services voluntarily. Socialism, on the other hand, focuses on government involvement. However, it is crucial to consider the needs of the people in the community through regulation of businesses to ensure fairness. In my opinion, Stratford system of operation in the service of its people is ideal. This should, therefore, serve as a reference point for most locations like Mayfair, who languish in poverty at the expense of greedy people in leadership.

In my opinion, Stratford and Mayfair system of operation creates an ideal and equally beneficial service of its people. This should, therefore, serve as a reference point for most cities that have not explored their local resources in tapping talents thus languish in poverty at the expense of greedy people in leadership.

 

 

Critically evaluate the contribution of a literature review to a research project and discuss how qualitative and quantitative methodologies could impact upon research findings within that project.

Research Methods Refer Assignment Two

Individual report 60%

Reflecting upon your experiences within the module and academic theory, critically evaluate the contribution of a literature review to a research project and discuss how qualitative and quantitative methodologies could impact upon research findings within that project.

Students are asked to submit a 2500 word essay that addresses this question and are expected to concentrate their answer on the data collection techniques experienced during the course of the module. You must make use of appropriate academic references and use the Harvard referencing system. Plagiarism will not be tolerated.

Marking criteria

Understanding of the contribution of the literature review 25%
The contribution of qualitative and quantitative methodologies and consideration of their advantages and disadvantages in practice 40%
Appropriate use of academic theory 20%
Structure and writing skills 15%
Submission Requirements
This should be handed in at SHIP before 3:30pm on the date notified on Blackboard.

Research Methods

Marks < 39 40-49 50-59 60-69 70+
Understanding of the contribution of a literature review to the research process 25% No theory presented. No evidence of understanding Superficial understanding. Reasonable depth of understanding. Good depth of understanding. Excellent level of understanding.
Understanding of the contribution of the alternative research Methodologies

40%

Little understanding of the alternative methodologies
A descriptive account of the application of alternative research methodologies Understanding of the application of alternative methodologies plus evidence of reflection on the methods experienced in the module + Consideration of combining alternative strategies for triangulation

+ Critical reflection well integrated into the assignment
Appropriate use of Referencing
20% Demonstrates little attempt to use the Harvard referencing system.
References are inaccurate or unrelated to references in the text. Demonstrates a sound attempt to use the Harvard referencing system.
Demonstrates good use of the Harvard referencing system. Accurately referenced Accurately referenced drawing in on a wide variety of academic sources to demonstrate a good understanding of the subject area
Structure, presentation and writing skills
15%
English is confused and inappropriate with little evidence of a logical argument.
Many typographical errors.
English is understandable with evidence of a logical argument.
Minor typographical errors.
Good academic standard with evidence of a clearly reasoned argument.
Minor typographical errors.
Mainly correct use of grammar.
Generally of an appropriate academic and professional standard with evidence of a well reasoned argument.
No typographical errors. Correct use of grammar. Appropriate academic and professional standard with clear evidence of a well reasoned argument.
No typographical errors. Correct use of grammar.

Describe the advantages and disadvantages of delivering a multi skills programme to children.

Learning Outcomes to be assessed:

Summarise participant development models in order to identify the key markers of movement, technical and tactical development associated with children and young people at different ages and stages.

Use specified coaching principles and practices to facilitate the development of movement, technical and tactical skills of children and young people at different ages and stages

Brief:

Students will write a report entitled: The advantages and disadvantages of delivering a multi skills programme to children

Students will describe and evaluate the benefits and draw backs of using a multi skills approach to sport on children’s development. Students should also review multi skills coaching practices and its appropriateness for children at the fundamental, specialist and life long utilisation phase of development. (Gallahue,1996)

Criteria Section

Within the report the following aspects should be covered:

1. Explanation, analyses and evaluation of a wide range of multidisciplinary constraints that underpin holistic development in the fundamental, specialist and lifelong utilisation phases. 40%

2. Knowledge and understanding of the theories and principles that underpin existing frameworks and models of movement development and player pathways 20%

3. Key aspects of a multi skills approach to coaching sport and the implications this has on coaching practice. 30%

4. Report delivered in an accepted academic format 10%
Guidelines on format:

The front cover of the report should include

o Student ID’s
o Course title
o Module title
o Assignment title
o Tutor’s name

The word limit for the report is 2000 words

How has the discovery and proliferation of nuclear weapons changed global politics, does it promote peace and stability or conflict across the world?

The part that I want it to be well written is only the “Literature Review” in the research design paper by using the sources that are attached to this order (11 sources). The instructions of literature review are provided in the additional materials along with the sources that will be used to form the literature review . Please analyze each source carefully. Please use your own words. Plagiarism is not acceptable. Please stick to the research question as you develop the literature review. Contact me if you have any question regarding the paper.

Find and identify a current event issue in leadership from the news media that focuses on an organization moving through chaos.

Find and identify a current event issue in leadership from the news media that focuses on an organization moving through chaos. Within this issue, identify the key components that tie into the topics within chapter 7 (what relates to the chapter material and this crises) and secondly make some summary recommendations to help address the issue in you were the executive managing the crisis.

Should homosexual couples be allowed to marry?Explain

This paper should be 2-3 pages in length: write a at least 1 page argumentative paper choosing one of the following topics:

1. Should homosexual couples be allowed to marry?

Remember that argument essays require that you discuss and attack an alternate view point. These are hard-hitting essays.
Guidelines:

Paper must be 2-3 pages in length
You must use at least 3 sources
You must use MLA format
You must have a Works Cited page