Discuss one of the poems from this week’s reading not covered in the mini-lectures–i.e. choose either Yearsley, Southey, or Blake. In what ways does the poem either suggest sympathy with or antipathy toward Wollstonecraft’s Vindication? What does the author agree/disagree with? How does the author use specific rhetorical devices or poetical language to make her or his argument? I’m more interested in your thought process and your willingness to try to understand the readings than whether you “get it right,” so don’t worry too much if there are parts you don’t completely understand–just take a stab!
Your grade will be based on the following two criteria:
1. Original Post: Does your post demonstrate a clear effort to understand Wollstonecraft’s ideas and those of her critics/supporters? Have you discussed the poem’s purpose, form, and/or style? Was your post submitted on time in order to give others a chance to respond?
- Describe Cultural Awareness/sensitivity in healthcare.
- Identify an area of technology that needs to be improved in your hospital, complete a gap analysis and present your findings with goals for improvement.
- Reflect on the relationship between the health policies and the top three health priorities outlined in the CHAP.
- Take a virtual tour any black history/Civil Rights/black art museum of your choosing.
- Describe Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology.
- What variation in the number and kind of aggression (e.g. physical, relational, manipulative, etc.) did you observe?
- Write a research paper outlining the five main purposes of case management.
- Write a research paper that examines root cause analysis and affinity diagrams.
- What questions do you have for your faculty member and course colleagues about publishing your research and the DTP Workshop?
- Write a research paper outlining the significance of observing both verbal and nonverbal cues in conversation.