Imagine being able to join a conversation between two people, living or deceased. Identify the people and topic and express what you would like to ask and learn from them.

Imagine being able to join a conversation between two people, living or deceased. Identify the people and topic and express what you would like to ask and learn from them.

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Following scenario with activities and respond to the questions for the scenario you selected.

Following scenario with activities and respond to the questions for the scenario you selected.
Scenario One
You have a friend, Daran Brown, who is teaching for the very first time this year at a local high school, and he has not had a motivation class. He tells you his concerns regarding one of his sophomore students, Caitlin. Caitlin is a new student at the high school who moved to the Valley with her mother this summer from Tucson following her parents’ divorce. Although Daran believes that she is very bright, Caitlin is barely pulling a C in Daran’s world history class. She seldom takes notes, even when Daran reviews material for tests, and instead makes jokes to other students about how she does not care about school. Your friend also has overheard Caitlin complain that this history stuff is just boring and that it is too much work to get an A in this class. Daran feels Caitlin is completely unmotivated.
Use Scenario One to address the following:
1. How would you explain Caitlin’s lack of motivation, in terms of motivational theories, to your friend?
2. What detailed suggestions would you give your friend on how he might better motivate Caitlin?
In your response, use your knowledge of Maslow’s hierarchy of needs, achievement motivation, intrinsic, and extrinsic motivation.
Be sure to identify the relevant theories and explain how you arrived at your conclusions.

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Perceptions of Security (1)

: Introduction to Human Security  This course provides an overview of human rights, their history, codification, and the various debates that surround human rights discourse. Additionally various human rights topics are analyzed. The course provides students with a thorough understanding of how human rights and human security are intertwined.   • References to our textbook and to authoritative scholarly sources to support your claims. The Forum is not a place where we post our opinions without any credible evidence to support them. Rather, it is an academic space where we practice developing strong arguments that are supported by scholarly sources. • Proper citations of relevant academic sources using the Turabian format. If you refer to information that you did not know prior to reading it somewhere, you must properly cite your source at the point where you used it in your text. Simply including references at the end of the assignment is not enough. Place a parenthetical citation containing the author’s last name and the year of publication followed by a comma and the page number where you found the material. Example: (Campbell 2008, 234). Remember the period goes AFTER the parenthesis. Then add a references section at the end of your post that includes all sources that you cited within your post. For more information, please see the Turabian Quick Guide in the Resources section of our classroom or visit: http://www.press.uchicago.edu/books/turabian/turabian_citationguide.html. We use the reference list style, so look at the examples with the [P] and [R] labels. • Proper spelling and grammar and an appropriately formal and professional tone. • Please keep in mind that the sources you use in your posts and assignments must be considered reputable, academic sources. In other words, don’t use Wikipedia, politically biased news sites (like Fox and MSNBC), or random websites and blogs by authors who are not experts. While you may find interesting information on Wikipedia and good links to actual sources, it is not reliable. Likewise, at this level, we do not use encyclopedias or dictionaries as sources. Scholarly academic works should be used. That is, you should use sources that are written by experts (scholars and/or recognized experts with vast experience in a field appropriate to the topic at hand) and published by reputable publishers (primarily scholarly books and journal articles; in some cases, depending on the topic, reputable news sources and governmental sites are excellent sources as well). When in doubt about whether a source is appropriate for academic use, email me and I’ll be happy to clarify. Keep in mind that the best place to find scholarly works is our Online Library.  • Be thoughtful. Be thorough. Always support your claims with evidence and specific examples from our readings and other relevant academic sources. Anticipate your readers’ questions and develop your points fully. Strive to avoid clichés and simplistic answers. Instead, be thoughtful, aiming for insight rather than the repetition of common knowledge.  • Your paragraph(s) must explicitly engage with the material to develop and support your points. Your response should clearly illustrate that you not only understood what you read and heard but that you can also apply that information in new situations, using it to critically reflect upon your own observations and experiences of the world. Cite your sources (our text, the video, and any other material you use) using the Turabian reference list style (a parenthetical citation [P], followed by a reference list entry [R] at the end of the document). Remember that both quotations and paraphrases must be cited both in-text using parenthetical citations and in a reference list at the end. Simply listing references at the end of your post is not enough. Each reference should match-up to at least one in-text citation and vice-versa.

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Final Part

Write an essay based on documents found in your Gorn text. You should consider evidence from multiple chapters on each topic. You should have a clear thesis related to the following topic:   “The lives of ordinary Americans after the War for Independence”

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Physiology and Function

Topic: Physiology and Function
Instructions:
Every system in the human body has its own unique physiology and function. It is an important
early career goal that you develop a greater understanding of as many body systems as possible,
which can often be accomplished by examining components and smaller pieces of those systems.

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UK CONSTITUTIONAL, HUMAN RIGHTS AND ADMINISTRATIVE. LAWS

UK Constitutional and Administrative Law Assignments
1. Answer all of the 3 of the questions; each question should be answered in 1,100 words (4 full pages).
2. Answers MUST BE SHOWN in a well structured and logical way with well known decided cases use to support advises/arguments. Only UK cases laws, or any other legal reasoning is required. In each question at least 8 or more related cases should be mentioned.
3. No reference list is required.
4. The total number of full pages for this paper is 12 pages or 3,300 words.
5. This is Doctorate level assignment and it Must demonstrate full knowledge of UK Constitutional and Administrative Law.
6. IN each question, relevant material has been attached which should be used.

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