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This assignment can be 2-3 pages with all questions answered( the title page and

This assignment can be 2-3 pages with all questions answered( the title page and reference are not a part of the 2-3 pages length). Please let me know if you need me to pick an article. However, you can choose one. I need this either before or by the deadline. The assignment is due tonight. It is currently 3:00 pm where I am. You do not need to use the LIRN. I have the instructions and rubric down below in pdf form.

DISCUSSION ASSIGNMENT INSTRUCTIONS Post one thread of at least 400 words. For

DISCUSSION ASSIGNMENT INSTRUCTIONS
Post one thread of at least 400 words.
For each thread, students must support their assertions with at least 2 scholarly citations in APA format.
Any sources cited must have been published within the last five years.
Acceptable sources include journal articles, theoretical texts (you are required to incorporate/cite the textbook, the Bible). Discussions are encouraged to be written in third person.
Questions to answer:
1. What do you believe is the single most influential force in today’s society that sets the tone for an individual’s personal values and why?
2. Does this force affect Christians positively or negatively?
3. What is your advice regarding this influential force?
Explain and document your reasoning using scholarly and peer reviewed journal articles and/or texts.

I​‌‍‍‍‌‍‌‍‍‍‌‌‌‍‌‌‌‌‌‌​nstructions for worksheet and essay: this is for a basic

I​‌‍‍‍‌‍‌‍‍‍‌‌‌‍‌‌‌‌‌‌​nstructions for worksheet and essay: this is for a basic middle school level essay (6th grade entering 7th grade 12 yr male) THIS IS NOT AN HONORS CLASS. Please keep essay super simple(not college vocabulary or even high school vocabulary please)and please no long complex sentences just super simple but that make sense.
PART II – Essay: Type a five-paragraph essay.
Prompt: Explain the main problem in the book. What created this problem? How did the problem get resolved? Who was involved in this problem? Think about this problem. How would you have handled a situation like this?

Five paragraph essay –
• Do not leave extra space between paragraphs
• Times New Roman, 12-pt font only!
• Double-space between lines
• Each paragraph must be a minimum of six sentences
• Tab (indent) at the beginning of each paragraph
** it doesn’t have to be 3 pages, just has to be 5 paragraphs ( minimum of 6/sentences each paragraph please see attachment
BOOK: The Call of the Wild by Jack London
Part I – Complete this worksheet
Part II – Type and submit essay (see page 2)
I. Main Characters (List 3 characters and two details about each one.)
A. Buck______________________________________________
1. _________________________________________________________
2. __________________________________________________________
B. John Thornton ______________________________________________
1. _________________________________________________________
2. __________________________________________________________
C. Spitz______________________________________________
1. _________________________________________________________
2. __________________________________________________________
II. Setting and Time Period (List ​‌‍‍‍‌‍‌‍‍‍‌‌‌‍‌‌‌‌‌‌​3 details about the setting: time period, location, etc.)
A. ______________________________________________________________
B. ______________________________________________________________
C. ______________________________________________________________
III. The Plot: A Timeline (List 5 major events in the story in order that they occurred.)
A. ______________________________________________
B. ______________________________________________
C. ______________________________________________
D. ______________________________________________
E. ______________________________________________

IV. Your favorite parts of the book
A. ____________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________
B. ____________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________
V. Critique of the book (what you didn’t like or did like)
A. ____________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________
B. ____________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________
VI. Recommendation (What would you tell a friend about this book as a recommendation) _________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________​‌‍‍‍‌‍‌‍‍‍‌‌‌‍‌‌‌‌‌‌​___________________

During the NSG122 Fundamentals of Nursing course students will complete a total

During the NSG122 Fundamentals of Nursing course students will complete a total of two care plan/map assignments as follows:
1 Full Care Plan (Care Plan Parts I-IV; Client Concept Map Parts I-II) based on a simulated client case
1 Full Care Plan (Care Plan Parts I-IV; Client Concept Map Parts I-II) based on a clinical site client I was in surgical unit and I picked a 17 year old who shot himself unit 6b in grady
Care Plan/Client Concept Map Components:
Care Plan Part I: Basic Conditioning Factors
Care Plan Part II: Medications
Care Plan Part III: Diagnostic Studies & Interpretation
Care Plan Part IV: Physical Assessment
Client Concept Map Part I: Assessment/Recognize Cues
Client Concept Map Part II: Nursing Diagnoses & Plan
Client Concept Map Part III: Concept Map (OPTIONAL ACTIVITY)
Client Concept Map Part IV: Abbreviated Nursing Diagnosis & Plan (OPTIONAL ACTIVITY)

Scenario You are the new project manager for the operations unit of Charleston G

Scenario
You are the new project manager for the operations unit of Charleston General Hospital. The hospital is facing challenges of long wait times at the ED resulting in a high number of patients leaving without being seen (LWBS) and long admission holds in the ED. Upon initial assessment, you determine that the two challenges are related and are caused by inefficiencies in process flow.
Instructions
Develop a process map to evaluate and suggest a redesign of the current challenges. Process maps are graphical depictions of a process. The process map (flow chart) shows the sequence of tasks, decisions, and all other related activities that results from inputs and outputs.
-Your map should include a visual illustration of different processes that can be employed by Charleston General to improve the flow of operations in the ED.
-Attach a summary of the proposed changes reflected in the process map to explain how the changes can improve performance outcomes for the ED.
please make sure to include all of the listed requirements.

the first 4 are journal entries… it’s probably going to be about 1 to 2 pages ea

the first 4 are journal entries… it’s probably going to be about 1 to 2 pages each, and the last one is an essay which will be 3-4 pages
if possible I would like to start getting the journals first so I can start submitting them as I received them
journals: each one is based of every 2 units, for example unit 1 and unit 2 is what the first journal will be about, and then unit 3 and unit 4, will be the second journal, unit 5 and unit 6, will be the third journal, unit 7 the fourth journal, unit 8 is an essay from one of the topics they give you
Topic can be chosen by writer

I have to respond to the two different discussion post. I have added the discus

I have to respond to the two different discussion post. I have added the discussions below and you can respond with two paragraphs each.
Instructions from professor: evaluate the proposals and highlight the proposal’s biggest strength and biggest weakness. Offer one suggestion on how to improve the weakness you noted.
First discussion:
Children with learning disorders often need extra attention when it comes to class, including extra instruction when it comes to learning in the classroom. Children with learning disorders do not learn the same way other children do. Most schools have their own testing to be able to diagnose if the child has a learning disability. Here in my community, they have a test where they can find out different types of learning disabilities, as dyslexia is one of the major issues within our school district, they have a very good after school program. Although, the school cannot diagnose the child alone, they can give the parents recommendation on what they see inside the classroom, then guiding the parents to seek a professional opinion on the child’s learning issues.
In the grant proposal we touched on the IEP or 504 plan that can make accommodations for children with learning disabilities (CDC, 2021). My sister is a special needs teacher, with her certificate in Colorado, with a daughter that has a missing chromosome, although this is not labeled as a “learning disorder,” her development is much slower than a child without this missing chromosome. In her classroom they have a mixture of children that have learning disorders or other types of developmental issues. They range from autistic, ADHD, dyslexia, and of course her now graduated daughter. This helps these children to be in a classroom that is geared towards help children with all learning disabilities. I honestly think that this is the best way to achieve the outcome for each child with a learning disability. This would be called a blended classroom.
The blended classroom would be geared with the correct curriculum for each child’s learning disability. Most schools that get funding for special education classes, or the IEP program must meet or obtain certain requirements each year, where regulated by the state they live in. For the funding for the school, they must show that the students are benefiting from the classroom environment.
Second Discussion:
It is imperative that these children who are struggling with a learning disability can be in environments that are more inclusive of learning with their disorders (Peterson, 2022). Classroom placement is crucial for positive learning experiences and education for those learning with a disability. With the prevalence of learning disabilities and the continuous rise in America, schools and their education boards must consider and solidify the best ways to provide education to those children with disabilities. Research has shown that the use of blended and inclusive classrooms has positively affected all children’s overall learning experiences. In Fore et al. (2008) study, they determine that blending and creating more inclusive spaces increases the way children with disabilities learn and creates a positive outlook about themselves. Blended and inclusive classrooms are highly beneficial for children with learning disabilities and those without. Being able to learn and interact with all their peers and not feel isolated would have a positive impact on how they view and experience education throughout their entire lives. I also believe that since past the point of secondary education (high school) those students with disabilities won’t be separated or in specialized classes once they are in higher education (college), to allow the children to been integrated with an entire class from early education on would help them immensely.
Although I find inclusive and blended classrooms beneficial for all students, I also believe that having educators trained to help those with these learning disabilities is essential. Winerp (2005) examined how blended and inclusive classrooms benefited from having two teachers in the normal everyday classroom. One teacher must specialize in general education, while the other specializes in special education. A classroom with two educators has shown that it improves the learning quality for both types of students. In addition, it allows for individualized and specialized teaching for all students, rather than making one group feel excluded.
Current methods of teaching offered to students with learning disabilities range from experimental methods (e.g., hands-on approaches to learning, self-directed student participation, self-paced working environments, and technology applications that allow for more extensive note-taking. Other structured programs like the 504 Plan are offered as well. The 504 Plan was created to help better assist students with higher needs regarding their physical or mental disabilities. They accommodate these students with extended assignment and test-taking time, better seating, so they are close and able to see and hear, and modified work materials (Winerp, 2005).
I believe more therapeutic practices should be added to more schools as well. Children with a learning disability are significantly more likely to develop other mental disorders compared to children who do not have a learning disability. Allowing a space that allows for a student to openly discuss struggles, stresses, and worries with a psychological professional would be highly beneficial (Emerson & Hatton, 2007).