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Environmental studies

Requirements for a writer: 1. improve the quality of the article. You can cut th

Requirements for a writer:
1. improve the quality of the article. You can cut the number of words and content to ensure the essay’s quality.
2. enhance the coherence and logic of the article.
3. Fix grammatical errors.

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English

Answer the questions below according to the instructions given. Please note that

Answer the questions below according to the instructions given. Please note that responses to BOTH questions must be included in the same submission in order for your examination to be graded; otherwise, it will be returned to you for revision.
Write a composition using one of the topics listed below. Your composition needs to be three to five paragraphs long. It must contain an introduction, a body, and a conclusion.
For the purpose of this examination, sport is defined as “an activity involving physical exertion and skill in which an individual or team competes against another or others for entertainment without a predetermined outcome.” If you choose to explain why a certain sport is your favorite, please ensure that the chosen sport fits this definition.
• Argue for or against the limitation of speed limits.
• Explain why a certain sport is your favorite.
• Compare and contrast driving in the winter and driving in the summer.
• Describe a SINGLE memorable day in your life.
Write a letter of complaint. Follow the rules for a formal letter, and use the full-block style. The complaint may be about anything you wish (such as malfunctioning equipment, poor building maintenance, or disruptive noises from a nearby business). You can base your letter on a true experience, or you can make up all the details you need.
Please note that a form letter or a template cannot be used in constructing your response to question 2. When a form letter or template is used, you are giving little to no thought to wording or formatting, and you are not actually creating your own complaint; you are simply filling in the blanks of someone else’s work.

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Nutrition

Imagine yourself in the role of a nutrition counselor, and Josephine is your cli

Imagine yourself in the role of a nutrition counselor, and Josephine is your client. Josephine is a 20-year-old female who presents with a purging disorder, an “Other Specified Feeding or Eating Disorder” (OSFED). She currently teaches salsa lessons at the community college and is in her last semester of college. She reports she is living at home, and the food her mother prepares is not the healthiest because her mom is from Honduras and her father is from Guatemala, so the food is prepared differently. She indicates she has been thin all her life, although she has struggled to maintain her weight since going through puberty, and since she is a salsa instructor, she has to remain fit. She reports that she feels very guilty if she consumes fried foods during the day, but that is the way her mom primarily cooks. She feels awful telling her mom to stop cooking that way. She reports that if she consumes too much fried food or junk food, she will run at least 2-3 miles or else force herself to vomit, but all the food does not come out. She reports sometimes if she has a later class, she will not eat dinner or only eat one meal per day. She has tried counting calories, but then she gets so mad at herself for consuming more than 1,200 calories that it causes her to exercise more, which then leads her to feeling exhausted. She indicates she is on no medication but does take a multivitamin when she remembers to. She indicates she has gone from 110 pounds to 125 pounds over five years and wants to be back down to 110 or even less. She also had gone to the doctor, and he was quite concerned with her lab values. She has provided you a 24-hour meal record:
Breakfast:
One 6” corn tortilla
1/2 cup fried beans cooked with peppers, onions, and oil
1/2 cup rice
One cup no-sugar-added orange juice
Lunch:
One slice of whole-wheat bread
Two slices turkey
One small apple
Dinner:
Two 6” tortillas
Beef with onions and peppers cooked in oil
Tomato, onion, pepper salad (made with oil and lime juice)
Two cups of rice
Height: 5’2”
Weight: 117 pounds (based on your scale in the office)
*See attached labs*
Questions:
You are addressing a group of nutritional counseling interns in a training session. Josephine has given you written permission for this because as a student herself, she appreciates the value of education and training, as long as she can remain anonymous.
The students have completed the coursework for their degree in nutrition, so they have read about the Stages of Change model and about counseling and cognitive-behavioral techniques. They also are familiar with what constitutes normal versus excessive exercise.
Your goal is not to teach those concepts to them, but rather to help them understand how to apply them in a practical situation.
You will discuss the following concepts with them:
1. The stage of change this client is in, and how you determined that. (Include at least three supporting reasons for your conclusion.)
2. How her stage of change could affect her willingness to learn.
3. How you would establish rapport with her, and why you would do it in that way.
4. Three counseling skills that would be appropriate for this client, and why (include at least two reasons for choosing each skill).
5. Two cognitive-behavioral techniques that could help in her situation, and why you chose them.
6. How you would educate this client on normal versus excessive exercise.
Next you will demonstrate how you would use active listening with this client to help her get past her feeling of helplessness about how her mother cooks so she will be ready to brainstorm possible solutions to her dilemma with you.
Assignment Directions:
This will be a PowerPoint presentation with a voice-over (Leave notes and I will conduct voice overs). When you create a PowerPoint slide, be sure to follow the 6X6 rule described in your textbook. (No more than six lines; no more than six words per line). Use a word or very short phrase for each point. You will explain and discuss in the voice-over (Leave notes and I will conduct voice overs).
You will use 12 slides, as follows: (Follow along on your template)
1. Title slide, with the title of your presentation and your name, course name, and section.
Introductory slide, where you give a brief overview of her case. 2. This must include only 4-6 features of her case. Do not describe them on the slide; use only a word or short phrase for each. You will discuss them in the voice-over (Leave notes and I will conduct voice overs).
3. Name the stage of change you believe Josephine is in, then bullet point at least three reasons you have categorized her in that way and discuss them in the voice-over (Leave notes and I will conduct voice overs).
4. Bullet point at least three ways you would establish rapport with her, and discuss them on the voice-over (Leave notes and I will conduct voice overs) as well as why you chose them for her.
5. Name a counseling skill, then bullet point at least two reasons you chose it, then discuss the reasons on the voice-over (Leave notes and I will conduct voice overs).
6. Name a second counseling skill and do the same.
7. Name a third counseling skill and do the same.
8. Name a cognitive-behavioral technique you would use for her, then bullet point (and discuss on the voice-over) at least two reasons it could help.
9. Name a second cognitive-behavioral technique and do the same.
10. Bullet point at least two concepts you would cover with Josephine to help her understand how normal exercise differs from excessive exercise, and explain how you might discuss them with her on the voice-over (Leave notes and I will conduct voice overs).
11. Active listening: This slide will be a demonstration to the interns of how three or four rounds of active listening might go with Josephine. You may play both Josephine and the counselor if you wish, or you may publish a friend or family member to play Josephine. Don’t forget to change Josephine’s name to protect her anonymity. And if you play both parts, be sure to identify who is speaking each time it changes. (Or you can have some fun and use a different voice for her.)
a. Create a scriipt to use, in which she starts out by saying, “I just don’t know what I can do. My mom is making me fat, and I have to eat what she cooks.”
b. Then write what you as the counselor would say to reflect her feeling back to her and show that you understand. (Please be sure you have read the section on active listening in the textbook.)
c. Follow that with what you imagine her response would be to what you said.
d. Respond back to her, once again using active listening.
e. Continue until she has resolved enough of her emotion to start brainstorming possible solutions with you.
TIP: Do not placate her or dismiss her emotion. Don’t offer any advice until she has resolved enough of her emotion to be ready to brainstorm with you.
References: Your textbook will be one, but you will also need to use at least one other. The textbook is entered in proper APA style for you already, but you will need to add page numbers. Your second reference will also need to be in APA style. APA style should be followed for all references and citations.

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Other

Please respond to the 3 discussion questions in the attached word document. Each

Please respond to the 3 discussion questions in the attached word document. Each question should be answered in at least 185 words. Thanks!

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Leadership

Please see attached instructions and examples. Also link provided below: https:/

Please see attached instructions and examples. Also link provided below:

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Other

We have done a hands on experiment in class with the results and step by step on

We have done a hands on experiment in class with the results and step by step on what we did. I just need this be written in a lab report format.

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Political science

instructions: prepare a short essay of NO MORE THAN ONE PAGE reacting to the dis

instructions: prepare a short essay of NO MORE THAN ONE PAGE reacting to the discussion question for a given lecture period. Be analytical: This means making a logical or empirical point, not just appreciating things. Answer the question, explicitly, briefly, and then provide a defense of your position. Points will be given for taking a stand and also for the (logical/empirical) rigor of your argument. Be “punchy”, impactful: You only have one page to make your case. Discussion: Is the U.S. “exceptional”? Is there a U.S. style of foreign policy? only use ch2 of each book attached.

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History

For this Discussion, answer one of the instructor-provided questions by 11:55pm,

For this Discussion, answer one of the instructor-provided questions by 11:55pm, ET, Friday (70 points) and respond to 3 other students’ postings by 11:55pm, ET, Sunday (10 points each). You are also required to answer a follow-up question from your instructor. The follow-up post is due the following Sunday by 11:55 pm, ET. The follow-up answer should be posted in the Discussion specifically set-aside for that.
1. What was radical Reconstruction? Was it radical?
you only need to do the initial response i will do the secondary responses.

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Medicine

Weekly academic essays: Starting with week two, May 31, a short (800 words) essa

Weekly academic essays: Starting with week two, May 31, a short (800 words) essay that reflects upon the week’s assigned readings. The essays are to be submitted on Canvas prior to the beginning of each class (together 45% of the final grade).
The intent of the weekly academic essays is to assure that you and your fellow students will come prepared to actively participate in the class. Appropriate content to include in the essays are:
• How do the readings assigned for this week fit in with the course overall? How do they relate to material already covered?
• Did something confirm what you already knew, believed, or suspected? What was the source of the information you brought to the material? How do the readings relate to your own life experience and background?
• Was anything surprising to you? Why?
• Was anything completely new to you? Does this build on what you already knew, or does it challenge strongly held beliefs? Does it make a difference? Why?
• What questions did the readings raise for you that you would like to see discussed in class? Can you propose some possible answers to your questions based on what you already know?
In their essays, students will properly reference the reading materials and sources using proper APA citations
Tuesday, August 9, 2021 – WEEK TWELVE: Medicine, Socialized and not. From
Private to Group Practice. Medical Ethics.
Read as preparation for class discussion:
Porter. Greatest Benefit. Pp. 628-718. “Medicine, State, and Society,”
“Medicine and the People,” and “The Past, the Present and the
Future”
“Hearings before the Senate Subcommittee on Health: Quality of Health
Care—Human Experimentation,” pp 330-340 in Medicine & Western
Civilization.
Pius XII. “The Prolongation of Life,” pp 417-420 in Medicine & Western
Civilization.
“A Definition of Irreversible Coma: Report of the Ad Hoc Committee of the
Harvard Medical School to Examine the Definition of Brain Death,”
pp 421-426 in Medicine & Western Civilization.
Write and submit academic essay

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Political science

Hello, I have attached a file to this order which outlines the specific instruct

Hello, I have attached a file to this order which outlines the specific instructions for this exam. If needed, I can upload the course readings for your reference. Please make sure to answer all 3 essay questions listed in the instructions and feel free to let me know if there are any further questions on the assignment.