Written Presentation: 1-Please select one of the microorganisms annotated in thi

Written Presentation:
1-Please select one of the microorganisms annotated in this homework and before you start working with it, please send an email letting me know which agent was chosen. Each student must have a different germ.
Please define in the agent selected the following information:
1)Pathogenesis.
2)Organs affected in the body.
3)Chain of infection and its Links associated: Infectious agent, Reservoirs, Portal of Exit, Route of Transmission, Portal of Entry, and Susceptible Host. All must to be defined in the chosen agent.
4)Incidence, Prevalence, and Prevention of this infectious disease.
5)Treatment if possible.
6)Please answer, being a NURSE: “How are you going to break down the chain of infection of the selected microorganism, to avoid Cross Contamination?”
Microorganisms and agents for your selection:
Escherichia coli

 

 

OPTION 1 For this discussion option, I would like you to select a 7-10 minute se

OPTION 1
For this discussion option, I would like you to select a 7-10 minute set of scenes from Casablanca (Links to an external site.). Please watch a continuous timed set of scenes, as opposed to jumping around. You’re thinking about how sound track elements change with scene shifts. (You can watch via the Swank platform, supported at UNT Libraries.) For your individual discussion contribution, please complete the following:
Identify the section of Casablanca that you analyzed and then reference specific time marks where a change in the sound track elements occur. (List format is fine!)
In 100-150 words, how do these sound track effects relate to larger trends in the classical studio era (1932-1950)? (Please include at least two specific quotations from Chapter 7, Hearing the Movies that support your arguments!) 
In 150-200 words, what are your big conclusions regarding these sound track elements? How do these sound elements connect with the characters and with the larger narrative? Are there moments where the sound is largely decorative, or is it all intertwined with the narrative ideals? (Please make sure you incorporate specific terminology from your textbook – at least two specific terms from the textbook!)
The individual (above)  portion of your discussion is due Thursday @ 11.59pm and is worth 40 points.
For your community credit, please read through two group members’ analyses. Then, answer the following questions in about 100 total words for each comment.
How does their analyses intersect with your own? Where and how do your analyses and align and diverge? What do you make of these connections and disconnections?
The  community portion of your discussion is due Friday @ 11.59pm and is worth 10 points.
OPTION 2
For this discussion option, I would like you to select one long scene of 7-10 minutes from Psycho that was NOT analyzed in your textbook. (You can view the movie via the Library’s Swank Platform. Here’s a link to the library’s catalog entry (Links to an external site.) for viewing.)
For your individual discussion contribution, please complete the following:
Identify the scene time marks here. You should choose a section that intrigues you from the timeline and cue list on pages 343-345 in HtM.
In 100-150 words, how does this scene resonate with your textbook’s argument on the unconventional scoring of Psycho as a whole? How does your scene resonate with the “cellular” model of scoring outlined on page 345? What about aspects of “heightened reality”? (Please include at least two specific quotations from your text to help bring together your argument.)
In 150-200 words, what are your big conclusions regarding this scene and its sound track elements? How do these sound elements connect with the characters and with the larger narrative of the movie? (Please make sure you incorporate specific terminology from your textbook – at least three specific terms from the textbook!)
This portion of your discussion is due Thursday @ 11.59pm and is worth 40 points.

 

 

READ STORY ATTACHED TO FILES THEN ASNWER THE FOLLOWING: Did the characters in th

READ STORY ATTACHED TO FILES THEN ASNWER THE FOLLOWING:
Did the characters in the story get what they deserved, or should the ending of the story be different? Explain your answer.
Answer should be in two paragraphs, at least five sentences per paragraph, and 1 page long (please do not go over 1 page). Use of proper grammar and wording is important so watch the use of slang and cliches.

 

 

the biographical information and the following two excerpts from “. by William J

the biographical information and the following two excerpts from “. by William James.
Excerpt 1 (found on pg. 111 of the The Civically Engaged Reader): “Modern war is so expensive that we feel trade to be a better avenue to plunder; but modern man inherits all the innate pugnacity and all the love of glory of his ancestors. Showing war’s irrationality and horror is of no effect upon him. The horrors make the fascination. War is the strong life; it is life in extremis; war taxes are the only ones men never hesitate to pay, as the budgets of all nations show us.”
Excerpt 2 (found on pg. 116 of the The Civically Engaged Reader): “Having said thus much in preparation, I will now confess my own utopia. I devoutly believe in the reign of peace and in the gradual advent of some sort of socialist equilibrium. The fatalistic view of the war function is to me nonsense, for I know that war-making is due to definite motives and subject to prudential checks and reasonable criticism, just like any other form of enterprise. And when whole nations are the armies, and the science of destruction vies in intellectual refinement with the sciences of production. I see that war becomes absurd and impossible from its own monstrosity. Extravagant ambitions will have to be replaced by reasonable claims, and nations must make common cause against them.
In response to the readings above, answer the following:
What is the author’s stance on war? (Refer to at least two examples for support.)
How does the author’s stance compare or contrast with your own stance? Explain.

 

 

Unit 4 DB: Finding theme in children’s literatureThe definition of Theme is ofte

Unit 4 DB: Finding theme in children’s literatureThe definition of Theme is often abridged to “the main idea.” However, Theme is more involved than that. Essentially, a theme is the author’s message–what the author wants to tell his/her readers about people in general. Themes can be supported by many of the story’s components, particularly the characters’ words, actions, and conflicts.
Initial response: 
One of the best ways to analyze theme is to look at it through children’s literature. 
For this response, think of a children’s story/book and analyze what the theme is. 
What is the author trying to tell children about life? 
About people?
What story are you choosing? If you can find a link to the book or story, please post this.
Provide a brief summary of the story (be careful about cutting and pasting. Please use your own words)
What do you feel is the theme of this story and WHY?
Be sure to include text examples with your response
End your response by asking a question of your classmates

 

 

write a resume using the example below CONTACT INFO First and Last Name City, St

write a resume using the example below
CONTACT INFO
First and Last Name
City, State (Optional) | Best Phone Number to Reach You | Appropriate Email Address
SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS
· 3-5 sentences describing why you would be a great fit for the position.
· Describe your relevant accomplishments, strengths, knowledge, experience, skillsets, and languages.
· This is the “preview to the movie.” Highlight your best qualifications so they choose to read the rest of the resume.
· Use bullet points to distinguish each sentence if more aesthetically pleasing.
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
· List jobs you have held in the past 10 years; only list older jobs if they are directly related to desired job.
· Do NOT list a job if you worked at a place of employment for less than 3 months.
· If you have some jobs that are related to your desired position/field and others that are not, only list the related jobs in this section. Create an “Additional Work History” section at the end of the resume for the non-related jobs.
· Use bullet points to list achievements, results, recognitions, and duties for each job.
Company Name – City, State
Job Title
Start Year – End Year or Present
3-5 achievements, results, recognitions, and duties
INTERNSHIP / EXTERNSHIP / CLINICAL EXPERIENCE
· This section should take priority over others unless you have previous work history in exact field.
Company Name – City, State
Title or Role
Month Year – Month Year
2-3 Main Responsibilities/Duties
CERTIFICATIONS and LICENSURES
Name of Certification/License
Issuing Company or Organization
Certification/License Number
Expiration Month Year
EDUCATION
· Only include schools that you received a degree or relevant certifications from, or are currently attending.
· Do NOT include your high school.
School Name – City, State
Major/Area of Study
Degree Earned
Graduation Year/Estimated Graduation Month Year
CORE COMPETENCIES
· List 6-9 competencies, skills, traits, and/or areas of proficiency that directly relate to the job.
· Utilize the job description to find the types of preferred and/or required skills and traits.
· This is a great area to match keywords from the job description that may not otherwise be easily listed in your resume.
· Use bullet points and columns to make this section more aesthetically pleasing and organized.
RELEVANT COURSEWORK
· List the core courses you have already completed and are currently in.
· Use bullet points to list each course.
VOLUNTEER WORK / AFFILIATIONS
Organization
City, State
example of resume
SHARKLY BRUCE, COTA/L
Amity Island, FL | (975) 206-1120 | TheWaterIsGreat@email.com
SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS
· Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant with two 8-week rotations of Level II OTA fieldwork, as well as 3 years of previous healthcare experience in a hospital setting.
· Extensive direct care experience assisting patients after treatment of traumatic wounds from local wildlife attacks.
· Proven track record of building strong rapport with patients resulting in improved morale, cooperation and recovery time.
· Thrives in work environments requiring creativity, adaptability, and continuously evolving challenges and responsibilities.
LEVEL II FIELDWORK
Larry Vaughn Rehabilitation Center, Amity Island, FL  May 2016 – July 2016
Occupational Therapy Assistant Extern
· Managed a daily caseload of patients, including adults with shoulder replacements, carpal tunnel syndrome, upper extremity fractures, and tendon repairs.
· Created and developed a Pipe Tree to be used with patients during their treatments.
Life Care of Amity, Amity Island, FL  February 2016 – April 2016
Occupational Therapy Assistant Extern
· Managed a daily caseload of patients, including children and adults with traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, and autism.
· Utilized PointClickCare software for electronic review of patient medical records and documentation.
· Contributed to the development and implementation of a Life Skills Group.
EDUCATION
Keiser University, Fort Myers, FL  July 2016
Occupational Therapy Assistant, Associate of Science
CERTIFICATIONS & LICENSES
· Certified OTA, NBCOT
· Licensed OTA, State of FL
· HIPAA; CPR
· Blood Borne Pathogens/OSHA
· Nonviolent Crisis Intervention
· Physical Agent Modalities
HEALTHCARE EXPERIENCE
Amity Island Medical Center, Amity Island, FL November 2012 – January 2016
Surgical Technician
· Prepared wound areas of shark attack victims for surgical procedures.
· Sterilized all medical utensils and tools needed by surgeon.
· Ensured that all practices remain in compliance with set regulations.
ADDITIONAL WORK HISTORY
Quint’s Charters, Amity Island, FL  June 2008 – October 2013
Customer Service Representative
SHARKLY BRUCE
CompTIA A+, CCNet
Amity Island, FL | (975) 206-1120 | TheWaterIsGreat@email.com
SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS
· Information Technology graduate with one year of hands-on work experience with computer networks for a local shark research center, as well as multiple certifications.
· Demonstrates an aptitude for troubleshooting, repair and maintenance of wireless networks, routers, computer hardware and software, and operating systems.
· Proficiency in the computer languages for:
o Linux; Cisco; MS Windows; DOS 
· Very meticulous with regards to detail while handling multiple projects at a time.
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
The Orca Diving Adventures, Amity Island, FL
Network Technician | 2012 – 2014
· Maintained the functionality of all wireless networks and related devices.
· Performed troubleshooting on employee computers; reported all issues and resolutions.
· Assisted in the web design for the updated company website.
EDUCATION
Keiser University, Fort Myers, FL
Information Technology | Associate of Science, 2015
CORE COURSEWORK
· Introduction to Computers
· Computer Service and Support PC Systems I & II
· Essentials of Networking
· Supporting Client Operating Systems
· Managing and Maintaining Server Operating Systems
· Principles of Information Security
· Applications Support
· Multiuser Operating Systems/Linux
· Web Systems
· Implementing Directory Services
· Internetworking Technologies
· Implementing a Network Infrastructure
CERTIFICATIONS
· A+
· CCNET
OTHER EXPERIENCE
Quint’s Seafood Bistro, Amity Island, FL
Server | 2014 – Present
Amity Elementary School
Swim Coach | 2008 – 2012
write a  cover letter
First Name Last Name
Street Address, City, State Zip Code
Phone Number | E-mail Address
Month Date, Year
*First and Last Name of Contact beginning with Mr. or Ms.
*Company Name
*Company Street Address
*Company City, State Zip Code
Dear *Last Name of Contact beginning with Mr. or Ms.,
Paragraph 1 – make a bold introductory statement; declare your interest in the stated position and how you found it
Paragraph 2 – briefly summarize the specific skillsets and/or experiences that especially qualify you for the position
Paragraph 3 – express your desire for an opportunity to work for the company in that position, and politely request/suggest an interview
Thank you for your time and consideration. I look forward to speaking with you soon.
Sincerely,
First Name Last Name

 

 

Let’s have a little fun with these! Choose ONE of these fallacies from either of

Let’s have a little fun with these! Choose ONE of these fallacies from either of the Excelsior-linked lesson or Rules for Writers to adopt for this assignment.
Tell us what the fallacy is, and define it in your own words.  Then, provide an example of what this fallacy looks like in action.  You have several options for giving examples: you can write a scenario yourself that illustrates it; you can find a written example of it from a website (Twitter is overflowing with fallacies as are many social media platforms, and many, many memes are fallacious); or you can find a video illustration of it online (YouTube is a treasure trove of logical fallacy videos).