Please see attached for the Worksheet with questions and instructions. **IMPORTANT THAT EACH PARAGRAPH HAS A MINIMUM OF SEVEN (7) SENTENCES.** Also, attached is a copy of the Primary Source Reading "Booker T. Washington & W.E.B. DuBois on Black Progress (1895, 1903)"
In what ways does this drama make you think about your situation as a union member in 2022?
What struggles and situations do they depict in truthful or realistic ways?
-What needs do the cabbies have in the play? (Make sure you specify who the cabbies are)
Explain the title of the play. Do you think it is an suitable tile? Why?
Attached is the PDF of the script for Waiting for Lefty and the YouTube link is below. Please use the script as a reference for Assignment #3
the character biography must be written as the character in the first person “I”. You are writing the memories, feelings or thoughts that support the lines in the scene. You do not need to summarize the plot or talk about anything that happens after the scene takes place. I uploaded photos of the scene.
A primary goal of this course is to expand student understanding of diverse theories of human behavior. Such theories help to explain behavior across environmental contexts and help us organize complex information. The practice situations encountered by social workers are varied, thus we need to draw from multiple theories to understand these situations and to see the potential for change. The Theory “Trading Cards” assignment is a group assignment that requires groups to create and present “trading cards” (i.e., information sheets) on four (4) diverse theories of human behavior over the course of the semester. Students will work in groups to research and create their “trading cards” (be sure to address the requirements listed below). During the appropriate course sessions, each group will informally present their trading cards to help teach their classmates about the theory and its use in social work. The due date for each trading card (see “Course Outline” in the syllabus) Theory name (alternative names if they exist) 2. Primary theorist(s) 3. Year(s) in which theory was developed 4. Purpose of theory 5. Key stages or tenets of theory 6. Definitions of any key terms 7. Any figures related to theory (or that would help explain the theory) 8. Strengths of theory a. Usefulness for social work practice b. How does it help social workers understand human behavior? c. How has theory been used? 9. Weaknesses of theory a. List any critiques of theory b. List any recommendations (e.g., is there a related theory that should be considered?) 10. Theory-related resources 11. In-text citations 12. Reference list 13. Created by: [your group]To
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Answer attached questions in files and write a 1 page paper with 1 source.
Purpose: this assignment is designed to develop your ability to apply analytical frameworks through the analysis of a set work. Your analysis may manifest as either a written analysis, applying an existing analytical framework, or as a creative task. You do not need to both a written and a creative task.
Written analysis (900 words): you should adapt the analytical approach of either David Cope, Joseph Straus or an approved alternative model (in discussion with your unit coordinator) and conduct an analysis of a set work.
Creative task: you should compose or arrange a work of your own that demonstrates an analytical understanding of the set work. There is no fixed length for your original work, but it should clearly and sufficiently demonstrate your analytical understanding.
Your set work is `Heimweh` – the 15th movement of Schoenberg`s
If opting for the creative task, you should include a short statement framing how your analysis is reflected in the creative outcome.
If completing creative work by hand you should scan or photograph it for upload, before converting it to PDF and combining it into a single file. You can do this using https://www.ilovepdf.com. Multiple files will be returned to you and you will be requested to compile it into a single PDF. If this happens late penalties may apply.
Part 1-Annotated Bibliography for the Informative Speeches
You should annotate 5 credible sources (see the guidelines for annotated bibliographies in the resources section) for the Informative Speech. Of the 5 sources, at least 3 of the sources need to be a different type. For example, you could annotate 1 newspaper, 1 book, and 3 websites.
Part 2-Upload Informative Full-Sentence Outline
Upload your full-setence outline. The outline must include the name header, title, general purpose, specific purpose, central idea, introduction, body, conclusion, and all transitions. Remember the body of the speech much have at least 3 main points.
See chapter 7 of your textbook found on Moodle for the proper organization and labeling of your outline.