1) Email regarding the IMRD Report: Start by writing a draft of a professional-quality email suitable for sending to your supervisor or program advisor, letting them know the report is complete. 1. Create an e-mail based on guidelines for professionalism: 1– Use an engaging subject line that makes sense. 2– […]
Prior to beginning work on this discussion, read Strategies for Teachers to Develop Positive Relationships With Students (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. and Principles of Effective Family Engagement (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.. An important step in preparing our classrooms and curriculum […]
I. Choose one topic Ex-convicts should be allowed to vote, after they have served their time in prison. Parents should be required to read to their children. Lengthy prison sentences deter crime. The United States should offer its citizens universal healthcare. The lottery should be legal in every state. II. […]
Attend or Volunteer at an event. Submit a SWOT analysis (strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats) of the meeting/event with proof of Attendance/Volunteering (receipt). Also include recommendations/ideas/strategies to capitalize on strengths and opportunities AND addresses weaknesses and threats. Submit a typewritten analysis of the meeting/event with recommendations that is no longer […]
Proposal arguments usually follow this general three-part structure: 1) description of a problem; 2) presenting a proposed solution; and 3) justification of the proposed solution (sometimes justification is made throughout). Your claim will be the issue of what is problematic and your proposed solution.
Read and annotate the article. For those who were not in class, it is available in “Course Content” as a link. Bring in your annotated copy on Tuesday. Identify 3 important quotes from the text. Be prepared to share them and why you feel they are important.