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US ARMY Sexual Harassment/Assault Response and Prevention (SHARP)

The Prerequisite Expository Essay (PEE) is a course requirement, therefore you must complete and submit the essay prior to attending the course, please note the following: a. Write an expository essay on the Army Values and how you adopted and/or adapted to them, also your paper should contain how you can enable an environment of dignity and respect. This is a leadership component of your unit’s SHARP philosophy. Do not use personal experience to support your context. This is not the place to report on a SHARP occurrence. State your assertion in a clear and concise manner. Provide a coherent transition from one topic to the next using this rubric as a general guideline. b. You will write in a clear and concise manner while using correct grammar, sentence structure, and word usage. You must provide a coherent transition from one topic to the next using the provided rubric as a general guideline. Your essay must be in Times New Roman, 12pt font, double-spaced, APA 6th edition format without an abstract, tables, charts, etc. The essay must be a minimum of three pages and no longer than five pages in length, not including the title and reference pages. The purpose of this paper is to allow facilitators to provide learners with feedback on their current writing ability. Additionally, during the contemporary issues lesson there will be a discussion of the suggested remedies in order to collaborate all ideas. For help with the APA style, visit Purdue University Online Writing Lab (OWL) at: https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/01/ . The PEE is a course requirement, is due no later than 5 working days before the course report date, and should be uploaded onto MLC Blackboard at https://atsc.ellc.learn.army.mil or if you are unable to access or encounter issues with Blackboard, email PEE to the Fort Bragg MLC facilitators at usarmy.bragg.xviiith-abn-corps.list.ncoa-mlc-instructors@mail.mil. c. NOTE: The SHARP essay is not intended to re-victimize, initiate an unwanted emotional response, or inflict psychological stress on anyone. IAW DODI 6495.02 change 3, and Army Regulation (AR) 600-20, leadership (chain of command or NCO support channel) are always required to report any incidents of sexual assault. Disclosure of information pertaining to an instance of sexual assault in the SHARP essay will be immediately reported to the appropriate authorities outlined within the local SHARP reporting policy. The resulting report will be an unrestricted report.