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1. Detailed – Comprehensive Summary for THIS article. . 2. Which are the three m

1. Detailed - Comprehensive Summary for THIS article. . 2. Which are the three most CRITICAL ISSUES of THIS article? Please explain why? and analyze, and discuss in great detail … For EACH Critical Issue please post at least two strong comprehensive paragraphs . 3. Which are the three most relevant LESSONS LEARNED of THIS article? Please explain why? and analyze, and discuss in great detail … For EACH Lesson Learned please post at least two strong comprehensive paragraphs . 4. Which are the three most important BEST PRACTICES of THIS article?…

For your last journal, I would like you to bring together your response to readi

For your last journal, I would like you to bring together your response to readings and discussions of the past few weeks including:  Iconoclasm and Falling Monuments, Street Art and Visual Protest and the call to Decolonize the Museum.  If you would like to think of this piece of writing as a warm-up to your final project, go ahead.  Do not repeat images or arguments from your last journal. I would like you to consider the power of images and…

Kamo no Chōmei’s prose piece, Hōjōki, (“An Account of My Hut”) came out of his w

Kamo no Chōmei’s prose piece, Hōjōki, (“An Account of My Hut”) came out of his withdrawal from civilization, opting instead for the titular hut in the remote mountains. A part of this retreat, though strongly motivated by the author’s Buddhist commitments, was the occurrence of disasters in the city & transformations in wider Japanese society during the post-Heian era (794-1183 AD). Since we are, in a sense, living today through a global disaster (the COVID pandemic) with attending demands to…

Watch these two videos on the value of curiosity: Curiosity Saves the Cat (Links

Watch these two videos on the value of curiosity: Curiosity Saves the Cat (Links to an external site.)by Tara Connor The Power of Curiosity (Links to an external site.)by Bob Borchers Post a response to the discussion board that considers your own curiosity: Has your curiosity lessened or increased in the past few years? Why do you think it has lessened or increased? How might your college journey benefit from being curious? How might your life journey benefit from being curious?

https://youtu.be/IpqnNaJS3ws The Abrahamic traditions (Judaism, Christianity and

https://youtu.be/IpqnNaJS3ws The Abrahamic traditions (Judaism, Christianity and Islam), share the same God, history, prophets and architectural sites, which has led to camaraderie as well as  conflicts in Jerusalem. In this video, Professor Ron Hassner  argues that sacred sites are particularly prone to conflicts and is skeptical of any kind of long term resolution over the sacred sites in Jerusalem.  Explain why you may agree or disagree with his skepticism over peace. Explain also why you may agree or disagree with…

You may have gotten away with not annotating any words twice in the short fictio

You may have gotten away with not annotating any words twice in the short fiction annotations, but you will definitely have to double annotate for the poetry annotation. For instance, a word could be a part of a metaphor, but it also could have heavy connotative meaning as well. Therefore, you would want to highlight and annotate it once for the metaphor and another time for the connotation. Then, you could possibly annotate it again for denotative meaning and/or for…

Narrowing your topic for poetry is much like narrowing it for short fiction. In

Narrowing your topic for poetry is much like narrowing it for short fiction. In this case, however, you will talk about other elements much more. As I alluded to in the previous assignment, smaller elements make up the larger elements. You want to focus on words individually by using denotation, connotation, imagery, jargon, diction, etc. Then you will work your way out to the metaphors and symbols and themes within the poem. However, this doesn't mean that you can't narrow…

Submit the following information for items A-E below: a) summarize the report in

Submit the following information for items A-E below: a) summarize the report indicating all of its major sections b) are differing viewpoints provided? In 1-2 sentences summarize the viewpoints.  c) indicate specifically how information from this article will be used. Where in your outline will information be placed? d) provide the MLA citation information e) Evaluate the credibility of the source focusing on: Currency, Relevance, Authority, Accuracy, and Purpose (CRAAP). https://ezproxy.ccp.edu:2250/new-tag-taxonomy/a/abstinence-only-education.aspx?IF=h