Write an argumentive essay about the ways technology is bad for our health, such as mentally, physically, and socially.
1.What is Delgado-Bernal’s position on critical raced-gendered epistemology?
2.According to Delgado-Bernal what is the essence of Chicana feminist epistemology?
3.What impact does a Eurocentric perspective have on students of color?
4.According to Solorzano and Yosso reproduction, theories share one common failure, what is that failure?
5.In your own word explain the difference between conformist and transformative resistance. In your own word explain the difference between the different types of transformative resistance.
6.In your own word explain the difference between We Schools and They Schools?
Select and read a Wall Street Journal WSJ article, and submit an essay that reflects business understanding and does not merely paraphrase information from the article.
The essay should reflect problem identification, inferences, interpretations and
connections. It should demonstrate an ability to understand conflicting opinions,
distinguish between relevant and irrelevant information, identify and describe
uncertainties, and acknowledge potential issues. It should contain interpretation and
evaluation, rather than facts.
The essay should also illustrate an ability to integrate multiple perspectives, qualitatively
interpret information, consider alternative conclusions, and to use guidelines or
principles to judge objectively across various options.
Write an essay about a topic of your choice in the style described within Unit VI and VII.
Purpose: Throughout Units VI and VII, we have discussed the conventions of the expository essay. The purpose of this assignment is to measure your mastery of those conventions by putting your knowledge to practice. As we discussed in Unit VI, Lesson 1, the expository essay is a general term for an essay that expounds upon or explains a topic. The objective of the essay is to convey information to the reader; most importantly, an expository essay is an exploration of a topic, and the tone is explanatory. After choosing your topic, you will need to choose the form that is most appropriate to fit the topic: cause and effect, problem and solution, or sequential. A thesis statement, which contains the paper’s argument, will be appropriate to the form you choose.
Process: For the expository essay, you will complete the following steps:
Choose a topic: See Unit VI, Lesson 2, for more information about choosing a topic.
Create a plan of action: See Unit VI, Lesson 3, for strategies for assessing what you already know and assessing what you need to know.
Research the topic: See Unit VI, Lesson 4, for instruction on research methods.
Choose the organization of your essay: Choose between cause and effect, problem and solution, or sequential organization types. See Unit VI, Lesson 1, for a list of the three organizational forms, and see Unit VII, Lesson 1, for a description of thesis statements written according to the organizational form of the essay.
Create a thesis statement: See Unit VII, Lesson 1, for a description of thesis statements written according to the organizational form of the essay.
Write an essay, defining acceptable use policies, summarizing the policies found and discussing how acceptable use policies should be implemented.
1. Using the Internet, research acceptable use policies for workplace technology.
2. Find the acceptable use policy for your school district( Richmond City Public Schools), if you are unable to locate this find one from one of the following colleges: Virginia Commonwealth , Virginia Union University, University of Richmond, J.Sargeant Reynolds, or University of Richmond as well as at least one acceptable use policy for any other business or organization.
3. Write a one-page essay, defining acceptable use policies, summarizing the policies found and discussing how acceptable use policies should be implemented.
Think back to the early part of the semester when the class discussed the shift from absolutist monarchial rule to constitutionalism (largely in the 17th century) and ultimately representative systems. Think about the responsibilities for standards of living taken by government in the 17th century. Then consider the changes by the 18th-19th centuries when society faced the difficulties of the Industrial Revolution how much change had there been? Finally look at the governmental responses to the Great Depression. The write an essay pages about the historical patterns that have led finally to the reaction to the current pandemic. Pretend you are communicating with someone who says there is nothing to learn from history.