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Initial Prompt Referring to the assigned videos, The Story of Stuff and The Sto

Initial Prompt
Referring to the assigned videos, The Story of Stuff and The Story of Solutions, write reflexive response.
1. Define these terms: planned obsolescence, externalized costs
2. In the video, Annie says, “you can’t run a linear system on a finite planet indefinitely.” Another way to say this is you can’t have unlimited economic growth with limited resources. What does this mean for the future of the U.S. economy? What changes are needed to ensure that our economic system supports, rather than undermines, the planet’s biological systems on which we depend?
3. According to the video, the U.S. has 5% of the world’s population but uses 30% of the resources and makes 30% of the waste. Do you think this is a problem? What are some of the steps that we in the U.S. can take to reduce the quantity and impact of our nation’s consumption?
4. One message of the video was that “recycling doesn’t get to the core of the problem.” Why not? Do you agree?
5. In the Story of Solutions, what do you think is the best idea for a solution that you heard? Why?
6. Reflecting on these videos, what was your initial reaction? Do the problems or the solutions resonate with you? Have you seen or experienced any of these ideas in your life. What do you think?
Response Prompt
Respond to two posts.
Read your classmates’ initial posts and respond directly to one classmate. Compare and contrast your experience and learning with theirs.
Begin each response by stating the name of the classmate to whom your response is directed.
Make one response to a classmate’s initial post.
The second response is to reply to a classmate that responded to your initial post.
Do not reply to an initial post that already has a response posted.
References to required materials is required (textbook and video)

Initial Prompt
Referring to the assigned videos, The Story of Stuff and The Story of Solutions, write reflexive response.
1. Define these terms: planned obsolescence, externalized costs
2. In the video, Annie says, “you can’t run a linear system on a finite planet indefinitely.” Another way to say this is you can’t have unlimited economic growth with limited resources. What does this mean for the future of the U.S. economy? What changes are needed to ensure that our economic system supports, rather than undermines, the planet’s biological systems on which we depend?
3. According to the video, the U.S. has 5% of the world’s population but uses 30% of the resources and makes 30% of the waste. Do you think this is a problem? What are some of the steps that we in the U.S. can take to reduce the quantity and impact of our nation’s consumption?
4. One message of the video was that “recycling doesn’t get to the core of the problem.” Why not? Do you agree?
5. In the Story of Solutions, what do you think is the best idea for a solution that you heard? Why?
6. Reflecting on these videos, what was your initial reaction? Do the problems or the solutions resonate with you? Have you seen or experienced any of these ideas in your life. What do you think?
Response Prompt
Respond to two posts.
Read your classmates’ initial posts and respond directly to one classmate. Compare and contrast your experience and learning with theirs.
Begin each response by stating the name of the classmate to whom your response is directed.
Make one response to a classmate’s initial post.
The second response is to reply to a classmate that responded to your initial post.
Do not reply to an initial post that already has a response posted.
References to required materials is required (textbook and video)
Initial Prompt
Referring to the assigned videos, The Story of Stuff and The Story of Solutions, write reflexive response.
1. Define these terms: planned obsolescence, externalized costs
2. In the video, Annie says, “you can’t run a linear system on a finite planet indefinitely.” Another way to say this is you can’t have unlimited economic growth with limited resources. What does this mean for the future of the U.S. economy? What changes are needed to ensure that our economic system supports, rather than undermines, the planet’s biological systems on which we depend?
3. According to the video, the U.S. has 5% of the world’s population but uses 30% of the resources and makes 30% of the waste. Do you think this is a problem? What are some of the steps that we in the U.S. can take to reduce the quantity and impact of our nation’s consumption?
4. One message of the video was that “recycling doesn’t get to the core of the problem.” Why not? Do you agree?
5. In the Story of Solutions, what do you think is the best idea for a solution that you heard? Why?
6. Reflecting on these videos, what was your initial reaction? Do the problems or the solutions resonate with you? Have you seen or experienced any of these ideas in your life. What do you think?
Response Prompt
Respond to two posts.
Read your classmates’ initial posts and respond directly to one classmate. Compare and contrast your experience and learning with theirs.
Begin each response by stating the name of the classmate to whom your response is directed.
Make one response to a classmate’s initial post.
The second response is to reply to a classmate that responded to your initial post.
Do not reply to an initial post that already has a response posted.
References to required materials is required (textbook and video)

Viewing Resources:

Supplemental Resources:
https://www.storyofstuff.org/blog/
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For this assignment, students should choose one of the following topics and writ

For this assignment, students should choose one of the following topics and write an essay of 1,200–1,400 words, excluding lists of references at the end. Remember to refer to sources using the Harvard System. and use Times New Roman, size 12, 1.5 line spacing

Essay Topic. Compare and contrast Communicative Language Teaching (CLT) with another language teaching methodology (e.g. audiolingualism, grammar translation etc).

Course Books
Pinter, Annamaria. 2017. Teaching Young Language Learners. Oxford: Oxford
University Press 217 s. ISBN: 0194403181

Richards, J. and Rogers, T. (2001) Approaches and Methods in Language Teaching CUP
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Researcher’s Reflection Are you satisfied with your scanning? Why or why not? Wh

Researcher’s Reflection
Are you satisfied with your scanning? Why or why not? What else do you need to know to find potential works for my study?
Describe your database structure?
Am you satisfied with your selection of potential works for my inclusion in my study? If so, what leads to this? If not, what skills and knowledge do I need to complete this task?
Have you successfully been able to map your data? If so, provide an example. If not, what else do you need to do?
What is your topic? Describe your plan to research it.

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What learning outcomes did you gain mastery over this semester?

Reflective Essay:
For this final essay, you are to reflect on your experiences in this course. Using your reflective memos and summary of comments, you should reflect on your writing process for the previous essays.
Consider the following questions:
What learning outcomes did you gain mastery over this semester?
What were your writing processes for each essay?
How has your writing process grown and changed over the semester?
What challenges did you face?
How did you overcome these challenges?
What writing concepts did you learn about?
How did you put these into practice when writing?
What did you learn that will help you write papers in other classes or in the workplace?
You should compose an essay that argues for the ways have you mastered the course learning outcomes by pointing to specific places in the portfolio. As evidence, you will cite specific sections of your essays (citing page numbers) included in the Final Portfolio. The outcomes are listed below:
In English 101, students will
Develop an understanding of basic rhetorical concepts;
Develop flexible writing strategies, i.e., drafting, collaborating, revising, rewriting, rereading, and editing;
Compose texts in a variety of genres — such as narrative, profile, synthesis, summary, and analysis—to compose texts that integrate the writer’s ideas with those from appropriate sources;
Develop critical reading, analysis, and thinking strategies;
Use conventions of academic writing, including format, patterns of organization, source documentation, and diction;
Learn about the variety and richness of English vernaculars and clear expression in writing and use of “grammar of clarity,” punctuation, mechanics, and sentence variety appropriate to academic writing.
For example, if you feel that you have mastered outcomes 1 and 3, then point to the place in the portfolio that demonstrates this, providing page numbers and, if applicable, quotes.
In your reflective essay you should also reference the changes you made in your revised essays. You should cite the page numbers and make sure to highlight the changes you have made.
Portfolio
For the Portfolio, the items listed below should be submitted to Blackboard as a single MS Word document in this order (we will cover how to do this in class). The Portfolio will be one long document with all of the content list that is listed below.
Portfolio Contents List:
Reflective Introduction
Essay 1– draft
Essay 1 – revised
Essay 2 or 3 – draft
Essay 2 or 3 – revised
Requirements:
MLA Style formatting
Cite the portfolio (page numbers) where applicable
2-3 pgs.
HIGHLIGHT revisions in your revised essay
Genre: Reflection
Audience: Yourself and your Instructor
Keep in mind, by revising your previous essays you have the chance to boost your previous essay grades. Revising your essays does not guarantee a better grade.
You cannot revise an essay that was not turned in. Essays with a 0, from not turning one in, are not eligible for revision.

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Do not remove any of the sections developed in the prospectus: parts 1-3 assignments.

PROSPECTUS: PART 4 – PROCEDURES APPROACHES ASSIGNMENT INSTRUCTIONS
OVERVIEW
This assignment is linked to the development of your project.
INSTRUCTIONS
The candidate will submit a well-developed draft of the Procedures Approaches Two and Three of the prospectus. The candidate will include a title page and add to the Approach One submission by choosing two approaches from among focus group, survey, documents, and/or artifacts, and a reference page. The submission must follow the requirements described in detail within the course textbook, and especially the section checklists. The Applied Research Report Example chapter is extremely useful and can be found in the course textbook. Do not remove any of the sections developed in the Prospectus: Parts 1-3 assignments. A focus group requires a minimum of 10 questions. Each question must be grounded in the topic literature. A survey requires a minimum of 3 demographic questions and 10 survey questions of similar type. Each question must be grounded in the topic literature. The draft will add be a minimum of 7 full pages to the existing. The submission must include add at least 4 additional unique sources/citations, which are also properly listed on a reference page at the end of the submission (total of 16 sources minimum), using proper APA format.

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Please make connections between the article and our course content and your own experiences and include at least two quotes from the article in your paper.

You will be writing a paper (750 words minimum) in which you examine the value of the article’s content both in
your own future as a teacher and for our society as a whole. Please make connections between the article and our course content and your own experiences and include at least two quotes from the article in your paper.
I am attaching the article.

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Be sure to draw on several concepts in both texts for a deeper analysis and include direct quotations where needed.

Watch a documentary from Kanopy that explores activism and education. You are invited to deeply situate your learning in the texts Teaching to Transgress and Pedagogy of the Oppressed. Here, you will share what you have learned about activism and education for freedom. Be sure to draw on several concepts in both texts for a deeper analysis and include direct quotations where needed.
https://www.kanopy.com/en/category/16390 any education documentary

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However, the writing was filled with spelling and grammatical errors and incoherent in organization and reasoning, so i took my losses and would rather start fresh with a good writer.

This is for a doctoral-level comprehensive review of the literature. I have attached a draft of the 1st chapter that sets up the research, study design, and relevant literature that will need to be reviewed. I will also attach Chapter 2 guidelines I’ve received on the organization of the chapter, the literature topics to be covered, and how the articles should be separated depending on the type of research. With the exception of foundational researchers such as Tinto, Kuh, and Strayhorn, the bulk of the literature should be within the last decade and provide insight into today’s educational climate surrounding Sense of Belonging (core related constructs), Efforts to increase student sense of belonging, and a review of the literature on higher education summer bridge (early start) programs.
The writing must meet these requirements in guidelines, pages, and citations. I ordered this chapter here and received less than half of the pages from the other writer, who then seemed annoyed that I asked for at least the minimum requirements. However, the writing was filled with spelling and grammatical errors and incoherent in organization and reasoning, so I took my losses and would rather start fresh with a good writer.

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The textbook is considereed a source that can be used.

5-8 peer reviewed articles, research paper instructions included in files and the textbook. the textbook is considereed a source that can be used. for practical implications use an age range and then two domains that can

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How can peer feedback be utilized through authoring technologies?

Question to answers:
1) Which collaboration technologies can students use to help produce writing? How can peer feedback be utilized through authoring technologies?
2) If you teach students who might be able to share their writing online in a blog, what are some ways you might incorporate the strategy in your classroom? If your students might struggle to share their writing in an online format, what are some ways you can share their writing or work?
3) What questions, comments, or concerns do have about online authoring?
Readings:

The Writing and Reading of 21st Century Books


https://www.commonsense.org/education/top-picks/elementary-school-writing-apps-and-websites

A Few Creative Ways to Use Student Blogs