Trail of Tears

In the video journal you will write up a one to two paragraph reflection on the assigned video resource. This week you should watch

We Shall Remain: Trail of Tears

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sdlx2bT7c6I

 

After viewing the film, write a short reflection of one or two paragraphs answering the questions below:

What did you learn from this documentary?  In what ways did it affirm or challenge your existing knowledge of this period of history? 

What challenges to identity or institutions did the group featured in this film experience?

What strategies did they utilize to affirm or protect their identity during this period?

 

Career Counseling Theory Overview and Application PYCL 631

Career Counseling Theory Overview and Application PYCL 631 Required KPI Assignment: Career Counseling Theory Overview (20 points). This assignment is an opportunity to examine and apply career theories, concepts, and assessments to your own professional career development and planning. Each student will reflect on their own career development and examine the global trends and demands of their career field. Each student will choose two career theories and apply the theories to the student’s own career development. Include (1) an overview of the chosen theories, including a discussion on how each theory can be applied to the student’s own career development; (2) a description of how to integrate and apply the chosen theories or model into counseling practice, including identifying and using assessment tools and techniques within these models to assess abilities, interests, values, personality and other factors that contribute to career development and strategies for facilitating client skill development for career, educational ,and life-work planning and management; (3) a discussion of cultural considerations within the theoretical models and conceptualization of the interrelationships among and between work, mental well-being, relationships, and other life roles and factors and (4) two current research articles in addition to the course textbook. (Length: 4 -5 pages of content plus title, abstract, and reference pages – total of 8 pages). The paper is due on or before the due date as described in this syllabus. Late papers will not be accepted. Papers should be written in APA style, including a title page, abstract, and a reference page with a minimum of five current (less than eight years old) articles from academic peer reviewed journals. The use of non-sexist and professional language is expected, and papers must be carefully proofread prior to submission. Guidelines regarding non-sexist language are available in the Publication Manual (7th Edition) of the American Psychological Association.

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5103SPOSCI Biomechanical Principles

5103SPOSCI Biomechanical Principles

Referral and Deferral Coursework Task

June-July 2022

 

 

This coursework offers a referral and deferral assessment to the forces and motion laboratory reports.

 

The referral//deferral course is not to repeat the lab report. Read details of the task below.

 

The coursework task is to write one essay (1000 words, excluding reference list, tables & figures) as follows:

 

Compare and contrast the biomechanical methods used by at least 2 recently published research papers in applied sports science/biomechanics journals (e.g. the J. Sports Science, J. Applied Biomechanics, or similar). These studies must have used force analysis or motion analysis to investigate performance enhancement or injury prevention. Your essay should describe, compare and contrast the biomechanical methods used in data collection, data processing, and identification of key variables and findings. The discussion should explore whether / how the technical approach impacted the findings of each paper, and whether this might explain any differences in the findings. Additional references can be used to strengthen your case, but this should not exceed 4 additional studies.

 

Good quality work will not just describe / summarise the included studies, but will compare, contrast and critique the methods and data of the included studies.

You selection of relevant biomechanical studies, which make measurements of force and motion is vital for your essay (see below).

 

The coursework should be organised as:

Introduction and background, in which you describe and compare the questions/problems being addressed in the chosen papers (max 1 page).

Methods of the two papers, in which you summarise the methods used in the measurement of force and/or motion to answer the research question, and similarities or differences between studies should be identified (max 1 page). Although the research design is of interest, the emphasis should be on the biomechanical measurement of force and motion. Any differences in methods to collect similar outcome measures should be detailed. As should differences in the chosen outcome measures.

Findings should be summarised quantitatively, and similarities or differences should be identified. Any data reproduced in figures or tables must be appropriately referenced (max 1 page).

Discussion should highlight the major interpretations and conclusions of each research paper and offer explanations for any differences in their findings. These differences should be explained by considering how these might be caused by the methodologies adopted (max 2 pages).

A full reference list should be included, but is not included in the page count. Key figures/tables from the papers can be included at the end of the essay with your own caption describing the figure (not the caption from the papers), and appropriately referred to in your text. They do not count for page count.

 

 

 

SELECTION OF PAPERS

The papers you choice to report will directly impact your ability to describe, compare and contrast the biomechanical methods used. You should search for articles with similar research questions, outcome measures, methods or findings. Two articles with no similarity will make it difficult to compare and contrast them. Most importantly, the articles you discuss must make biomechanical measurements of force and/or motion.

 

If you have any doubts, you may contact the module leader for guidance.

 

FORMATTING

Formatting should be according to School guidelines and detailed in the Programme Handbook.

 

ACCADEMIC CONDUCT

This is an independent assessment and must be completed as such. Although you will be describing and summarising the work of previous studies you must not plagiarise this work. You should write these summaries in your own words, using you own knowledge. Turnitin will be used to check work for similarities to other students’ work and previously published sources. See programme handbook for further guidance on academic misconduct.

 

SUBMISSION

Submit the coursework to Turnitin on the module Canvas site, before the deadline at 23:59 on Friday 1st July 2022.

 

SUPPORT

Individual support can be gained by emailing the module leader (t.d.obrien@ljmu.ac.uk) with your queries or by booking a meeting on Seemytutor.

 

Statistics/Business Analytics

The order was placed through a short procedure (customer skipped some order details). Please clarify some paper details before starting to work on the order.

  • Type of paper and subject
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psychological disorder

Each student will select a topic dealing with a psychological disorder (depression, anxiety, etc.). The paper should address the following: Symptoms Causes Treatments The research component should be approximately 2 – 3 pages (double spaced) which focuses on the topic of your choice and addresses the above items for your selected condition. There is no formal format to follow for this assignment, i.e., MLA or APA. Save your work and submit your file to the drop box by or before

Wrongdoing in the Workplace Scoring Guide

6/20/22, 10:06 PM Wrongdoing in the Workplace Scoring Guide
https://courserooma.capella.edu/bbcswebdav/institution/BUS-FPX/BUS-FPX4044/210400/Scoring_Guides/a04_scoring_guide.html 1/1
Wrongdoing in the Workplace Scoring Guide
CRITERIA NON-PERFORMANCE BASIC PROFICIENT DISTINGUISHED
Discuss event’s
relation to current
trends.
Does not discuss
event’s relation to
current trends.
Discusses current trends,
but does not relate to
event.
Discusses event’s
relation to current
trends.
Analyzes event’s
relation to current
trends.
Identify an event
that impacts today’s
workplace.
Does not identify an
event that impacts
today’s workplace.
Identifies an event, but is
unclear on how it impacts
today’s workplace.
Identifies an event
that impacts today’s
workplace.
Evaluates an event
that impacts today’s
workplace.
Describe personal
opinion on event’s
significance.
Does not describe
any opinion on
event’s significance.
Describes public opinion
on event’s significance.
Describes personal
opinion on event’s
significance.
Evaluates personal
opinion on event’s
significance.
Communicate in a
manner that is
scholarly,
professional, and
consistent with
expectations for
members of the
human resource
profession.
Does not
communicate in a
manner that is
scholarly,
professional, and
consistent with
expectations for
members of the
human resource
profession.
Communicates in a
manner that is
professional for members
of the human resource
profession, but manner is
not scholarly as there is
inconsistency with
grammar and mechanics.
Communicates in a
manner that is
scholarly,
professional, and
consistent with
expectations for
members of the
human resource
profession.
Communicates in a
manner that is
scholarly and
professional that
addresses the
intended audience
and is free of
grammatical and
mechanical errors.

Rubric for First Two Essays

Rubric for First Two Essays
Criteria Mastery 100% Proficient 84% Basic 69% Standard Not Met 54% Score
TITLE & THESIS
20%
Title:
Sophisticated, Well
structured, reflective
of thesis.
Thesis:
A clear and thoughtful
expression of the key
argument, effectively
controlling the essay.
Max. 20%
Title: sophisticated,
creative, and clearly
reflective of thesis.
Thesis: introduces a well
thoughtout claim
that effectively controls the
essay.
Max. 16
Title: structured well and in
line with thesis.
Thesis: Introduces a good
claim that works well to control
the essay.
Max. 13.8
Title: acceptably structured
and related to thesis.
Thesis: Claim is arguable but
lacks clarity; adequate attempts to
control the essay.
Max. 10.8
Title: poorly structured and shows
little reflection of the thesis.
Thesis: Intended claim vague and
fails to control the essay.
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INTRODUCTION
& CONCLUSION
20%
Introduction:
Engages reader
Background/
history
Defines the problem
Logical progression
to thesis
Ends with thesis
statement
Conclusion
Introduction:
Engaging, well developed
paragraph, contains detailed
background, leads the reader
to the thesis, a clear
definition of the problem.
Conclusion: summarises the
main points without repeating
previous sentences; writer’s
opinions and suggestion for
change are logical and well
thought out.
Introduction: acceptably
engages the reader, covers
background, and ably introduces
the points the paper will make.
Conclusion: summarises main
topics. Some suggestions for
change are evident.
Introduction: attempts to
engage the reader, captures some
relevant background, and makes a
fair attempt at introducing some
of the points the paper will make.
Conclusion: summarises main
topics but is repetitive. No
suggestion for change and/or
opinions are included.
Introduction: shows inadequate
attempts at engaging the reader and
does not sufficiently explain background
of the problem. Lacks details.
Conclusion: does not adequately
summarise the main points. No
suggestion for change or opinions are
included.
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MAIN POINTS
20%
Body Paragraphs
Refutation
Max. 20%
Three or more main points
are well developed with
supporting details.
Refutation paragraph(s)
acknowledges opposing views,
summarises their main points,
and concedes and rebuts
effectively.
Max. 16%
Three or more main points
are present but may lack
sufficient detail and development
in one or two.
Refutation paragraph(s)
acknowledges opposing views but
doesn’t summarise points and/or
rebuts.
Max. 13.8%
Three or more main points,
but all lack development.
Opposing views, concession,
and rebuttals missing and /or
vague.
Max. 10.8%
Fewer than three topic sentences,
poor development of ideas.
Opposing views, concessions and
rebuttals missing or vague.
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Rubric for First Two Essays
Criteria Mastery 100% Proficient 84% Basic 69% Standard Not Met 54% Score
ORGANISATION
20% Max. 20%
Logical, compelling
progression of ideas in essay,
and clear structure which
enhances and showcases the
central idea or theme and
moves the reader through the
text.
The organisation flows so
smoothly the reader hardly
thinks about it.
Effective, mature, graceful
transitions throughout text.
Max. 16%
Overall, the paper is logically
developed. Progression of ideas
in essay makes sense and moves
the reader easily through the
text.
Strong transitions exist
throughout and add to the
essay’s coherence.
Max. 13.8%
Progression of ideas in essay is
awkward yet moves the reader
through the text without too much
confusion.
The writer may sometimes lunge
ahead too quickly or spends too
much time on details that do not
matter.
Transitions appear sporadically,
but not equally throughout the
essay.
Max. 10.8%
Arrangement of essay is unclear and
illogical. The writer lacks a clear sense
of direction. Ideas, details or events
seem strung together in a loose or
random fashion; there is no identifiable
internal structure and readers have
trouble following the writer’s line of
thought.
Few, forced transitions in the essay
or no transitions are present.
______
Research 15%
Integration of
research
Citation of Sources
15%
Expert in integrating sources in
text; More than 5 current
sources, of which at least 3 are
peerreviewed journal articles
or scholarly books. All web sites
utilized are authoritative.
Cites all data obtained from
other sources. MLA citation
style is used expertly in both
text and Works Cited page.
12.6%
Proficient in integrating sources.
Five current sources, and at least
2 peerreviewed journal articles
or scholarly books. All web sites
utilized are credible.
Citation style is good but lacks
overall proficiency.
10.35%
Shows good effort in integrating
sources. Fewer than 5 current
sources, and fewer than 2 peer
reviewed journal articles or
scholarly books. Most web sites
utilized are credible.
Citation style is good but lacks
overall proficiency.
8.1%
Fair to inadequate effort in integrating
sources. Fewer than 4 current sources,
only one of which is a peerreviewed
journal articles or scholarly books. More
than one web site utilized is not
credible, and/or sources are not current.
Cites only some data obtained from
other sources, and citation style is either
inconsistent or incorrect.
MECHANICS
5%
Sentence structure
Punctuation &
capitalisation
Max. 5%
Sentence structure is
correct. Punctuation and
capitalization are correct.
Max. 4%
Sentence structure is
generally correct. Some awkward
sentences do appear. There are a
one or two errors in punctuation
and capitalization.
Max. 3.45%
Work contains sentence
structure and grammatical errors.
There are three or four errors in
punctuation and/or capitalization.
Max. 2.7%
Work contains multiple incorrect
sentence structures. There are four or
more errors in punctuation and/or
capitalization.
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Wrongdoing in the Workplace Scoring Guide

6/20/22, 10:06 PM Wrongdoing in the Workplace Scoring Guide
https://courserooma.capella.edu/bbcswebdav/institution/BUS-FPX/BUS-FPX4044/210400/Scoring_Guides/a04_scoring_guide.html 1/1
Wrongdoing in the Workplace Scoring Guide
CRITERIA NON-PERFORMANCE BASIC PROFICIENT DISTINGUISHED
Discuss event’s
relation to current
trends.
Does not discuss
event’s relation to
current trends.
Discusses current trends,
but does not relate to
event.
Discusses event’s
relation to current
trends.
Analyzes event’s
relation to current
trends.
Identify an event
that impacts today’s
workplace.
Does not identify an
event that impacts
today’s workplace.
Identifies an event, but is
unclear on how it impacts
today’s workplace.
Identifies an event
that impacts today’s
workplace.
Evaluates an event
that impacts today’s
workplace.
Describe personal
opinion on event’s
significance.
Does not describe
any opinion on
event’s significance.
Describes public opinion
on event’s significance.
Describes personal
opinion on event’s
significance.
Evaluates personal
opinion on event’s
significance.
Communicate in a
manner that is
scholarly,
professional, and
consistent with
expectations for
members of the
human resource
profession.
Does not
communicate in a
manner that is
scholarly,
professional, and
consistent with
expectations for
members of the
human resource
profession.
Communicates in a
manner that is
professional for members
of the human resource
profession, but manner is
not scholarly as there is
inconsistency with
grammar and mechanics.
Communicates in a
manner that is
scholarly,
professional, and
consistent with
expectations for
members of the
human resource
profession.
Communicates in a
manner that is
scholarly and
professional that
addresses the
intended audience
and is free of
grammatical and
mechanical errors.