|Unit 2 Individual Project|
|Deliverable Length:||500 words (not including references)|
|Details:||This assignment has three parts.
1. Visit the following Web sites and explore the collections of Ancient Art there:
See the Course Materials List for access to these sites. From the gallery Web sites listed above, and available through the Course Materials List, select two works of art from any ancient culture.
2. Using the terminology and concepts you are learning for evaluating art, compare and contrast the two works including materials used, style, meaning, symbolism, and any other aesthetic issues.
What is the FORM of the work?
Does the work of art have SUBJECT MATTER?
What is the CONTENT?
3. Explain how the works of art fit into the context of the time period. Keep in mind that only artworks that fit into the period of Ancient Art (created between 30,000 BCE- 500 CE) will be accepted.
You are required to comply with APA style format for quotations, internal citations, and a reference list. For additional information and resources on APA, visit the APA section of the Library, available under “Library Features.”
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The essay must be 4-6 pages, typed, double-spaced in Times New Roman 12 pt. font with 1-inch margins. Include an original title on the first page (standard MLA format). You are to use no sources other than the assigned texts from the table on the essay instructions; therefore, a Works Cited page is not necessary!! Sources have been attached.
MLA FORMAT PLEASE.
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Tom Joserine, a nurse manager of a 36-bed orthopedic unit, has decided that he is too busy to complete all the work that needs to be done. Nurse Joserine has recently read an article on delegation and has decided that delegating tasks to others is an excellent way to accomplish the mound of work that he has to complete. He believes that there are two tasks that take most of his time, disciplinary problems and quality improvement activities. Nurse Joserine calls the nursing coordinator, Janet Jeleen, into the office and informs her that she will now be responsible for all evaluations and handling of incident reports. Nurse Jeleen tells him that she will need some guidance on this new activity. Nurse Joserine informs her that the hospital has managerial classes in which she can enroll to help her with this new duty.
Nurse Joserine also calls Jo Ellen Mae, a clinical nurse specialist for the orthopedic unit, and informs her that she will now be responsible and accountable for the quality improvement activities on the unit. Monthly reports are due on the 10th of each month. He informs Nurse Mae that if she has any questions, she can call the head of the quality improvement committee. When Nurse Joserine leaves the hospital that day, he feels good that he has decreased his workload and happy that he found the article on delegation.
- 1. Did Nurse Joserine delegate tasks appropriately? Why or why not? (PLEASE INCLUDE THE 5 STEPS OF DELEGATION)
2. Who will be held accountable for the outcomes of the roles/tasks that Nurse Joserine has delegated?
Please answer all assignments using font size 10. Points will be taken off if not done. Thanks
Guidelines for the Short Final Paper:
Content: The content of the paper will center on the three acts of the mind.
Subject Matter: Considering your major ( International Business), or a contemplated major, relate the three acts of the mind to either 1) the process of learning your major, or, 2) how you will use the principles you have learned in your major in performing the duties of your job on a daily basis
Evaluation: This instructor expects that the writing done in this course will meet certain standards. Students will incorporate Standard English usage, punctuation, grammar, and the like. Do not use slang terms or the “Urban Dictionary.” No text or IM abbreviations are to be used whatsoever.
I will look for The Three Acts of the Mind – Simple Apprehension, Judgment, and Reasoning to be used, and used correctly. If they are not, appropriate deductions will be made.
The applicable sections of the Writing Intensive Course grading rubric will be used for the final paper. This rubric follows.
Length: The paper must have at least 2 pages minimum, and not more than 3 pages maximum of body text. Word-process the paper in Times New Roman Font, which will produce 21 – 22 lines of body text per page. This means that there must be from 40 to 44 lines minimum to 60 to 66 lines maximum of body text in the paper.
Format: This paper must be double-spaced throughout. If there are blank lines, they will not count toward meeting the length requirement. I will count lines if the paper appears to be short! You can use APA or MLA to document your sources. Sources should include Kreeft’s Socratic Logic, and at least one other outside source. Students may quote and cite Professor Porter’s handouts for a second source.
Writing Intensive Courses Grading Rubric: Faculty will use both sections of the rubric when grading at least one writing assignment within their course. Faculty determines available points for the Course Content section and the categories to be used. This section’s points are to total 60. Points are already determined for the Writing Skills section and all categories are to be used. Faculty may select any percentage in the appropriate range for each category when awarding points for the final paper grade.
Forum #2: SUD Risk Factors
Forum Directions: You should make a minimum of 2 postings in total: one new thread and one thoughtful response to a classmate. (Please refer to the course syllabus supplement for forum rubric information. Your participation will be graded on a ten point .
Identify one commonly abused substance. State possible risk factors for that substance. Identify the effects of that substance on the brain and other vital organs. Identify the signs and symptoms of an active substance user that is taking that abused substance you have chosen.
Journal #1: Goodbye Letter
Each week’s entry should be at least 1 page for a total of 4 entries. (1 entry per week for 4 weeks) Journal #1 is the “Goodbye Letter”. After determining the substance/activity that you will abstain from this term, write a 1 page, double-spaced, typed letter in which you say “goodbye.” In the letter, describe your relationship with the substance/activity up to this point. Address what you like about your substance/activity; how you consider it a friend; what the substance/activity does for you; in what ways the substance/activity controls you; what using the substance or engaging in the activity has cost you; what you do not like about your substance/activity; and how you consider it an enemy.
Anthropology Edition: 3rd Author: Lavenda ISBN: 9780190210847 Copyright: 2014 Publisher: Oxford University Press
Two discussion questions
10-15 sentences each please
Question #1 (Relative and Absolute Dating Methods)
In this Module #2, you learn about the dating methods of paleoanthropology that are used to determine the age of fossils and artifacts from the past. What is the difference between relative dating methods and absolute (numerical) dating methods? Give an example of each method.
Question #2 (Hominins and the Human Transition)
Chapter 5 deals very extensively with the evolution of humanity since our split from a common primate ancestor. When we speak about hominins we are inclusive of our upright walking ancestors. According to your readings, what are the arguments for explaining the evolutionary transition from early hominins to the genus Homo? In other words, what makes humans (genus Homo) unique and why?
Complete Proposal checklist from Title to Chapter 3
Instructions for Evidence Based Poster
1-2 slide PowerPoint with the following components:
· Significance of identified problem and brief background information in this case frequent readmission to detox center. Patient with substance abuse issues and frequent readmissions.
· PICO Question ( SEE ATTACHED PICO QUESTION)
· Recommendations from evidence based on the literature reviewed- must give recommendation summarized from minimum of 10 articles, why it is relevant in practice, and one example of how it can be used in clinical practice.
· Completed Appendix G with reference page (which I have and is attached for you to use).
one paragraph with intext citation and reference follow up discussion for the above discussion.Further the dialogue by providing more information and clarification. Provide feedback on whether you agree or disagree with their criticism. Explain why. Build on their posts by providing additional insight of your own
I’m going to attempt to evalutate the Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci. This is totally foreign to me and I feel vulnerable trying to answer these questions! Any help or better insight to this stuff would be much appreciated.
From the perspective of a descriptive critic I would comment on the lack of lines and use of shadowing to create separation. The colors are very muted throughout the piece with the exception of her skin. Her skin appears to glow in contrast to her clothes and the background giving the painting a lot of value (if I’m using that term correct)? Leonardo made her in the shape of an isosceles triangle with her shoulders turned slightly to give her a posed position and not a relaxed position (Jacobus & Martin, 2019).
From the perspective of an interpretive critic I would comment that it is the most famous piece of artwork in the world because of her unknown identity and smile. “It is thought to be of Lisa Gherardini, wife of a Florentine cloth merchant named Francesco del Giocondo,” (Scailliérez, 2020). When Leonardo finished the painting, he gave the painting to France. The emotion responsible for her smile will always be a mystery and speculating on it never gets old. Leonardo also broke away from outlining images and used the technique sfumato which uses blending, layering, and transitions that are impossible to see (Mona Lisa, n.d.).
From the perspective of an evaluative critic I would comment that the form is fluid throughout the piece. Nothing sticks out in a bad way, Lisa just glows and her eyes are obviously the focus at first. Her gaze seems to captivate people and make people curious about her and what she’s thinking. I would consider that point effective insight. This piece is obviously inexhaustable, has staying power in my own words, as it is studied in education and visited daily at The Louvre.
Mona Lisa …Leonardo’s Masterful technique. (n.d.). Retrieved January 14, 2021, from https://www.pbs.org/treasuresoftheworld/mona_lisa/mlevel_1/m3technique.html
Jacobus, L.A., Martin, F.D. (2019). The Humanities through the Arts. New York: McGraw-Hill. Retrieved January, 13, 2021, from VitalSource Bookshelf: Humanities through the Arts
Scaillierez, C. (n.d.). Site officiel du musee du Louvre. Retrieved January 14, 2021, from https://www.louvre.fr/en/oeuvre-notices/mona-lisa-portrait-lisa-gherardini-wife-francesco-del-giocondo
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