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After all that I have learned and still have alot to learn. I will make sure that there are several different things set up in the classroom for the kids to learn using their hands or by reading or just by doing something. I have learned that not all people learn in the same way and it is best if you can have kids learn their way. The state and districts let us know what the kids should be learning and I will take everything into consideration and then teach the kids the best I can and the best ay they learn. If we have a classroom big enough and the resources to help each cild learn, then that is even better. Some kids may learn faster than….

The Nellie, a cruising yawl, swung to her anchor without a flutter of the sails, and was at rest. The flood had made, the wind was nearly calm, and being bound down the river, the only thing for it was to come to and wait for the turn of the tide. The sea-reach of the Thames stretched before us like the beginning of an interminable waterway. In the offing the sea and the sky were welded together without a joint, and in the luminous space the tanned sails of the barges drifting up with the tide seemed to stand still in red clusters of canvas sharply peaked, with gleams of varnished sprits. A haze rested on the low shores that ran out to sea in vanishing flatness. The….

indicate how your proposed change should be brought about.

Topic:For Essay #2, choose a problem you see in society that needs a solution. This paper will be argumentative, and the argument should focus on possible solutions to the problem or issue. Clearly identify the problem, possible solutions, and who should be involved.

Outline Template for Essay Two

 

Working thesis statement: Add here

 

Introduction and Thesis Statement(peer review, safe guard, no plagiarism, and (150-200 words).

Establish the Problem. In this section you will show the reader just how serious the problem is. Explore how the problem is detrimental to society.

 

· (peer review, safe guard, no plagiarism, and (25-50 words).

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What is Mrs. Mallard ‘s social class? What clues lead you to this conclusion?

How is Mrs. Mallard ‘s character developed? Do you see examples of exposition, where the narrator simply tells us information about the protagonist? In addition, does Chopin portray particular emotional responses, thoughts, and actions to reveal Mrs. Mallard ‘s character? If so, how? How does she employ point of view in this story?

2. What is your impression of Brently Mallard? What elements of the story generate this impression?

3. How is setting (both the historical period and the physical atmosphere of the story) used to contribute to the story ‘s meaning?

4. What is Mrs. Mallard ‘s social class? What clues lead you to this conclusion?

5. What is the story ‘s central conflict? Does Mrs. Mallard change, as we might expect a protagonist to do?

6…..

What does the word real mean to you?

Categories in philosophy often seem too rigid or too simpleminded to classify the complexity of our views, but perhaps the following checklist will help you understand your own position in relation to the history of philosophy:

a. Are you a materialist? An immaterialist? Do you believe that ultimate reality can be discovered by science? Do you believe that ultimate reality is a matter of religious belief? b. What are the basic entities in your ontology? What is most real? c. Are you a monist? A pluralist? If you are a pluralist, what is the connection between the different entities in your ontology? Rank them in order of their relative reality, or explain their relationship. d. Are the basic entities in your ontology eternal? If not, how did they….

How do school social worker roles in the United States differ from those of school social workers in Ghana?

How do school social worker roles in the United States differ from those of school social workers in Ghana?

a. School social workers in Ghana serve as nutrition officers facilitating the school meal program, while this is not typically a role for school social workers in the United States.

b. School social workers in the United States regularly conduct positive parenting workshops, whereas school social workers in Ghana usually organize other parents to provide these services.

c. School social workers in Ghana have so few resources that they rarely refer families to community support resources, whereas this is common practice in the United States.

d. School social workers in Ghana organize seminars for teachers on how to meet student psychological needs, however, U.S. school social workers rarely conduct….

What event precipitated a major shift in the way alcohol dependence was treated by helping professionals?

What event precipitated a major shift in the way alcohol dependence was treated by helping professionals?

a. In 1970 the Comprehensive Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism Prevention, Treatment, and Rehabilitation law was passed by the U.S. Congress.

b. In 1981 Ronald Regan was elected president, and he significantly reduced federal funding for substance abuse prevention and treatment.

c. In a 1956 article in Social Casework, Catherine Peltenburg encouraged helping professionals to examine their own attitudes regarding the moral implications of alcoholism.

d. In 1956 the American Medical Association proclaimed alcoholism as a disease.

 

 

Which of the following statements is TRUE?

Which of the following statements is TRUE?

a. Nearly all people who live on the streets in metropolitan cities abuse drugs and/or alcohol.

b. In order to be effective in working with substance abusers the social worker should be in recovery from addiction to alcohol and/or drugs.

c. A social worker’s effectiveness with clients who abuse drugs and/or alcohol is based on his or her application of skill and knowledge.

d. According to a 2006 NASW study, only about 30% of social workers work with substance abuse–related issues in their practice, regardless of the agency setting.

Which of the following is a current concern regarding the future of Social Security?

Which of the following is a current concern regarding the future of Social Security?

a. Social Security payments will be privatized in 2020 and be subject to the investment skills of individual investors and the risks of the stock market.

b. The Social Security contribution to the federal debt places the program at risk for continuation.

c. If Social Security taxes continue to be lowered, as in 2010, the current surplus will be eliminated and available benefits to baby boomers will be at great risk.

d. Social Security taxes on incomes over $200,000 are scheduled to be eliminated in 2015.

Which of the following is NOT an ethical dilemma for social workers working in corrections?

Which of the following is NOT an ethical dilemma for social workers working in corrections?

a. Testifying in court regarding information about sexual victimization that was disclosed during a presentence assessment by a convicted offender.

b. Working within the department of corrections to change policies and practices that are repressive toward inmates.

c. Holding clients accountable for their illicit drug use behavior, which may involve sending them to prison, when this behavior is restricted to personal use.

d. Working with clients who are mandated by law to work with the social worker.