Skill Builder: Annotated OutlineAn outline is the scaffold upon which you build your paper. You probably already use a mental outline when you plan a paper, perhaps without even being aware of it. Writing the outline can give you a visualization of your plan. An outline provides both focus and direction for the paper, shows where relevant points and arguments need to be made and also identifies areas where more supportive evidence is needed.What is an annotated outline?Because you are writing a research paper, your paper is built around the research findings that you located in your search.When you prepare an annotated outline, you will note the research that supports each section of the paper. This will help you see any areas that need further research to support them.The following example may help support the transition of your paper from a collection of research notes to a fully developed paper.Suppose the research topic you chose was the relation of childhood bullying to self-esteem. The title of your paper is: Self-esteem in childhood bullying.When researching the paper, you found conflicting research results. Some research showed that children with low self-esteem tended to bully others, while other research showed that children with extremely high self-esteem were bullies. Looking closer, you began to see that this research could be divided into studies investigating different variables, such as gender, age, and ethnic background. Now, you want to turn this into a research report.An annotated outline might look like this (all citations are fictional):Topic: The relation of childhood bullying to self-esteem: Too much or too little?Overview of childhood bullyingDefinitions of bullying (Simpson, 2010; O’Connor, 2008)Types of bullying (Yang, 2009; Sinisi, 2011)Self-esteem in childhoodDefinitions of self-esteem (Whitefield, 2009)Impact of self-esteem on behavior in childhood (Liebermann, 2010)Research on the relation of self-esteem to bullying in childhoodGender, self-esteem, and childhood bullyingSelf-esteem and same-gender bullyingSelf-esteem in boys bullying boys (Pryzborski, 2012)Self-esteem in girls bullying girlsSelf-esteem in opposite-gender or non-gender specific bullying in childhood (no research found)Age, self-esteem in childhood bullyingSelf-esteem and bullying from 6-9 (Brennan, 2011)Self-esteem and bullying from 9-12 (Mendez, 2010; Lee, 2011)Family structure, self-esteem, and childhoodSelf-esteem and bullying in children in single-parent families (Shams, 2012)Self-esteem and bulling in children in dual-parent families (Mugaddam, 2011)Ethnicity, self-esteem and childhood bullyingInter-ethnic bullying and self-esteem (Jacinto, 2009; Akbarzadeh, 2010)Intra-ethnic bullying and self-esteem (Lawrence, 2011)ConclusionsSummary and suggestions for future studiesReferencesPreparing an annotated outline in this way will give you a way to organize and clarify your plans. Additionally, it gives your instructor a chance to provide feedback on the proposed structure of the paper before you begin to write. You can also see which subtopics you need to research further before proceeding with the final draft.AssignmentThis week, you will develop an annotated outline that will help support the transition of your paper from a collection of research notes to a full-blown paper. Preparing an annotated outline in this way will give you a way to organize and clarify your plans and allow your instructor a chance to give you feedback on the proposed structure of the paper before you begin to write it. You can also see which subtopics you need to research further before proceeding with the final draft.One way of talking about outlines is to describe an outline as a pre-writing outline, or as a reverse outline. The prewriting outline is prepared before the paper is written, so you can see the plan you want to follow. Some people, however, must write their ideas out before they take shape; if that is your preferred approach, you can use a reverse outline method. Write out a draft, then go back and try to outline it. If you cannot find the structure in your paper, then you probably need to do some serious revisions. Think of a pre-writing outline as scaffolding, and a reverse outline as an X-ray of your paper.When you prepare an annotated outline, you will note the research that supports each section of the paper. This will help you see any areas that need further research to support them.Here are some great resources, located under your weekly resources, for Reverse Outlining:Purdue Online Writing Lab: Reverse OutliningUNC, The Writing Center: Reverse OutlineSupport your work with at least 10 peer-reviewed research articles published in the past five years.Length: 2-3 pages, plus reference list in proper APA formatYour outline should demonstrate thoughtful consideration of the ideas and concepts that are presented in the course and provide new thoughts and insights relating directly to this topic. Your response should reflect scholarly writing and current APA standards. Be sure to adhere to Northcentral University’s Academic Integrity Policy.Upload your document and click the Submit to Dropbox button. Your instructor will review the outline and provide feedback including the go-ahead to proceed with your Signature Assignment.Due DateSep 5, 2021 11:59 PM
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The Industrial Areas Foundation of Saul Alinsky has been referred to numerously in community organization.
Address whether this theory is still applicable. Why or why not? Under what circumstances? Provide a specific example to illustrate your perspective.
Prepare a two- to- three page paper (excluding title and reference pages) with a minimum of two scholarly, peer-reviewed sources that were published within the last five years, in APA format.
Please make 6 powerpoint slides on the topic “What tips would you give someone who gets extremely nervous before making a presentation.
Another slide or two can be on visualizing success, having confidence and being in control of the material you know. How you may know more than what you think when you are presenting.
One or two slides on being prepared, outline and research the topic you are presenting. Slides must be designed using the KISS METHOD of presentation.
List and explain some of the risk factors associated with the development of PTSD following a traumatic event. What qualifies as traumatic? Do all people experience trauma in the same manner? Can PTSD only be experienced by combat veterans? Explain all answers thoroughly and with documentation. Be sure to cite and reference your sources using APA writing style.
Chapter 12 (section 12.6) discusses bullying.
You will need outside resources to discuss bullying today. Respond to the following: Who is most impacted by bullying?Why is bullying so prevalent in all age groups today? Explain.Has bullying gotten worse or changed through the years?How has cyberbullying impacted the situation? Explain.Is the term “bullying” overused? why or why not? Explain.With the introduction of electronic recording devices, has the bystander effect become more of a problem? Explain
The purpose of this assignment is to explain how you will evaluate and measure the success of the problem solution you intend to implement in the organization.
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Critical Reflection and Reappraisal of your Pedagogical Stance with a focus on creating and sustaining safe, inclusive, and positive learning environments.
Write a critical reflection reappraising your philosophy of learning and teaching and classroom management following your practical classroom experiences throughout Professional Experience.
Using relevant course literature and referring to the appropriate APSTs, discuss the challenges you faced and the subsequent philosophical evolution of your personal pedagogical stance. Remember to refer to both experiential and theoretical evidence to support your ideas.Word count: 825 words
This assignment is the first component of your course project. Identify a real-life case example to study from your current workplace, your research, or the course resources. Please make sure you choose a case study that will allow you to fully explore all the course competencies as you progress through your project components. Refer to the syllabus for a full list of the course competencies.For this assignment, you will be assessed on your understanding of the following course competencies:Recommend intervention goals based on client preferences, supporting environments, risks, constraints, and social validity. Communicate in a manner that is scholarly and consistent with expectations for professionals in the field of psychology.After selecting your case study, you will:Identify the problem target behavior in your case study.Define the problem target behavior in your case study. Your definition must be objective, clear, and discriminative so your instructor can understand what is and what is not an example of the problem target behavior. Well-written problem target behavior definitions are necessary to accurately and reliably measure behavior and to aggregate, compare, and interpret data. Well-written definitions are also necessary to guide ongoing program decisions, apply interventions consistently and accurately, and provide accountability.Explain the social significance of the problem target behavior.Define the outcome criteria for changing the behavior in the case study. Outcome criteria should reflect the goal for completion of the intervention. The outcome criteria should be specified before any intervention efforts begin.How to Organize Your PaperUse the following subheadings in your paper and format your subheadings in current APA style.Case Study Description.Problem Target Behavior Definition.Social Significance.Outcome Criteria Definition.References.Target Behavior and Outcome Criteria Definition: You will choose a real-life case example to study from your current workplace or a case study found through your research or from the course resources. The behavior you identify for change must have social significance to the subject or subjects and be relevant to the quality of their daily lives. Once the behavior has been identified, it must be defined in observable, clear, objective, and measurable terms. In addition to defining the target behavior, you must identify and explain the outcome criteria needed for changing the behavior. The criteria must be tied to the social significance of the behavior and established before intervention efforts can begin.Assignment RequirementsYour assignment should meet the following requirements:Written communication: Should be free of errors that detract from the overall message.APA formatting: References and citations are formatted according to current APA style guidelines.Resources: 3–5 scholarly or professional resources.Length: 5 double-spaced pages, excluding title page and list of references.Font and font size: Times New Roman, 12-point.SafeAssign: You are required to use SafeAssign before submitting the completed assignment to your instructor. Submit your work to SafeAssign as a draft, review the results, and make any needed changes. When you are ready, submit your assignment to the assignment area for grading.
Question 1Why did the New Right perceive collectivism and the welfare state to be detrimental for economic growth? What were the consequences of this belief?
(40 marks) (1,200 words) Introduction (+-120 words) :What is the new right? Historical Background- Key aims and objectives Main body (960 :§3= 320): §1 why do they want this shift?
what was they key aims? §2 Disuss the shift to slef help and responsability (Faucoult Theories”Biopolitics term” explain how we socialy construct)- §3
Consequences e.g exclusion, marginalisation, greater inequalities (Goffman Theories) (Examples: how are smokers treated, obeise, people with addictions treated by the society? Economic growth
Link it to this kind of shifting Conclusion 120 words Question 2To what extent do media discourses influence people’s understandings of ‘normality’ and ‘abnormality’, notably in relation to the body and health? (
40 marks) (1,200 words) Introduction (+-120 words) Main body (960 :§3= 320)
Conclusion 120 words What is a normal body?/ Talk about the “Culture Industry“- the media=> (Hakheimer and Adorno Theory)-
Vampire and zombie theory/ How we socialise? Faucoult theory about divison to normality and abnormality Present an argument with both sidesQuestion
3According to the new Public Health Agenda, why should smokers not be given citizenship rights? (20 marks) (600 words)Introduction 60 – Main body:
480 – Conclusion 60 Link to Faucoult Theory / Ulrich Bech “Risk society” Theory?
How far should this go? / What about car accident?/Talk about the W.H.O (check website about how they discuss covid and how they try to regulate the population)