Please follow the template and guidelines set out in the “learning journal checklist” notes, found in the course dropox folder. For this learning journal opportunity, please apply the five learning journal checklist question to Discourse Upon The Origin And The Foundation Of The Inequality, Second Part, by Rousseau Make sure that your assignment includes five headings that repeat each of the five checklist questions. To receive full marks, prove to me that you have attempted to read the text by supporting at least some of your answers to the questions with relevant supporting quotations from the text. Include page numbers with your quotations. Your learning journal entry should be between 500 and 1000 words. The guide is provided in the slides below please let me know if anything is needed. Please be reminded that you need to apply the “learning journal checklist” to the Second Part of Rousseau’s Discourse on Inequality. Please also be reminded that you need to submit 5 of the nine opportunities to be eligible to receive full marks for this component of the course.
- Research and Support Material Worksheet
- Discuss and demonstrate professional demeanor in your writing and critical thought throughout your paper.
- Write a paper on Dystopia how food prices are going up.
- Explain how well you support your assertions, did you provide examples, how well did you contextualize the content, and how well did you employ ‘terms of art’.
- Discuss the major points made in the essay and evaluate whether you agree or disagree with the author’s overall conclusion.
- Write a research paper on recognize the relationship of criminal justice system components and processes with society and government.
- Write a research paper on the effects of child abuse within the family.
- Discuss the difference between homologues and analogues structures (including divergent and convergent evolution).
- Is a degree from an online college or university as legitimate as a degree from a brick-and-mortar university?
- Write history books covering any theme in US History from the colonial years through the late 1860s.