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Find one work of art that demonstrates one of the following concepts from Chapters 1.3 and 1.4: foreshortening, atmospheric perspective, isometric perspective, the use of complementary colors to intensify a work, a monochromatic work of art. The work of art must come from a museum collection (as we have done the past two weeks). Use the links in Course Resources or explore other museum collections on your own. Upload the image to your group blog using the “insert/edit image” tool as discussed in last week’s blog, and include the URL as well. Next, identify the work for your blog mates. Include the artist’s name, title, and date of creation (and/or other relevant information). You must also identify the name of the museum that holds this work of art in its collection. Finally, discuss how the concept you chose to illustrate is evident in the work of art: review the definition of the concept with your group and then discuss why the work you chose is a good example of this concept. Your discussion of the work should be at least 150 words.

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What are the dangers of being judgmental?.

What are the dangers of being judgmental?.

In order to write a 1000-word response to such a short question, you’ll need to include a variety of sources and perspectives. Incorporate the following into your paper:

1. Your first-hand experiences
2. Evidence gathered from stories (listed below) in this module, particularly
drawn from characters in the Hawthorne and O’Connor texts
3. Researched scholarly insight into why people are quick to judge
4. Our (Saint Leo University) Core Values of Excellence and/or Integrity

Nathaniel Hawthorne, “Young Goodman Brown”
Flannery O’Connor, “A Good Man is Hard to Find”
Etheridge Knight, “Hard Rock Returns to Prison”
Edward Abbey, “Eco-Defense”

Argument

Argument
Number of sources: 4
Paper instructions:
What are the dangers of being judgmental?.

In order to write a 1000-word response to such a short question, you’ll need to include a variety of sources and perspectives. Incorporate the following into your paper:

1. Your first-hand experiences
2. Evidence gathered from stories (listed below) in this module, particularly
drawn from characters in the Hawthorne and O’Connor texts
3. Researched scholarly insight into why people are quick to judge
4. Our (Saint Leo University) Core Values of Excellence and/or Integrity

Nathaniel Hawthorne, “Young Goodman Brown”
Flannery O’Connor, “A Good Man is Hard to Find”
Etheridge Knight, “Hard Rock Returns to Prison”
Edward Abbey, “Eco-Defense”

Pricing; Recent Trends in Marketing; and Social, Ethical, and Legal Issues

Pricing; Recent Trends in Marketing; and Social, Ethical, and Legal Issues
Number of sources: 6
Paper instructions:
Module 4 – SLP (Pricing; Recent Trends in Marketing; and Social, Ethical, and Legal Issues)

You will create a final a marketing project using assignments (See attached reference documents/assignments) you created during the class. It is not necessary to create new content other than an introduction and conclusion for the project.

Using the template provided (attached), complete the comprehensive SLP for MKT301. Since you have a series of different reference lists for each assignment, you’ll need to combine them for this submission.

The reference lists are reflected on the attached reference assignments from the previous modules.

Please use the attached template for detailed instructions. The attached reference assignments should provide answers to most of this essay’s requirements.

What are the dangers of being judgmental?.

What are the dangers of being judgmental?.

In order to write a 1000-word response to such a short question, you’ll need to include a variety of sources and perspectives. Incorporate the following into your paper:

1. Your first-hand experiences
2. Evidence gathered from stories (listed below) in this module, particularly
drawn from characters in the Hawthorne and O’Connor texts
3. Researched scholarly insight into why people are quick to judge
4. Our (Saint Leo University) Core Values of Excellence and/or Integrity

Nathaniel Hawthorne, “Young Goodman Brown”
Flannery O’Connor, “A Good Man is Hard to Find”
Etheridge Knight, “Hard Rock Returns to Prison”
Edward Abbey, “Eco-Defense”

Argument

Argument
Number of sources: 4
Paper instructions:
What are the dangers of being judgmental?.

In order to write a 1000-word response to such a short question, you’ll need to include a variety of sources and perspectives. Incorporate the following into your paper:

1. Your first-hand experiences
2. Evidence gathered from stories (listed below) in this module, particularly
drawn from characters in the Hawthorne and O’Connor texts
3. Researched scholarly insight into why people are quick to judge
4. Our (Saint Leo University) Core Values of Excellence and/or Integrity

Nathaniel Hawthorne, “Young Goodman Brown”
Flannery O’Connor, “A Good Man is Hard to Find”
Etheridge Knight, “Hard Rock Returns to Prison”
Edward Abbey, “Eco-Defense”

Pricing; Recent Trends in Marketing; and Social, Ethical, and Legal Issues

Pricing; Recent Trends in Marketing; and Social, Ethical, and Legal Issues
Number of sources: 6
Paper instructions:
Module 4 – SLP (Pricing; Recent Trends in Marketing; and Social, Ethical, and Legal Issues)

You will create a final a marketing project using assignments (See attached reference documents/assignments) you created during the class. It is not necessary to create new content other than an introduction and conclusion for the project.

Using the template provided (attached), complete the comprehensive SLP for MKT301. Since you have a series of different reference lists for each assignment, you’ll need to combine them for this submission.

The reference lists are reflected on the attached reference assignments from the previous modules.

Please use the attached template for detailed instructions. The attached reference assignments should provide answers to most of this essay’s requirements.

The Individualized Education Program (IEP)

The Individualized Education Program (IEP)
Number of sources: 0
Paper instructions:
An important part of a special education teacher’s job is to write effective IEPs for their students. There are many different components involved in the IEP. The special education teacher must be able to write all components of the IEP to be individualized to each student’s unique needs.

Review the “Individualized Education Program (IEP) Template.” Based on the “Present Levels of Academic Achievement and Functional Performance,” complete the highlighted sections for Lesley’s IEP to include:

Additional documentation or consideration of special factors
Three measurable IEP goals
Accommodations
Special education services to be provided
Least restrictive environment
In addition, beneath the IEP template write a 500-750 word rationale for your decisions in the highlighted sections of the IEP.

 

Alcoholics Anonymous

Alcoholics Anonymous
Number of sources: 2
Paper instructions:
2.) In one or two paragraphs, briefly describe the purpose of this support group. Be sure to give at least 2 references from the course materials or outside sources in your description. Proper APA citations and reference entries are required.

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