George Orwell once offered this definition of heroism: ordinary people doing whatever they can to change social systems that do not respect human decency, even with the knowledge that they can’t possibly succeed.
In Winston Smith, the protagonist of 1984, Orwell creates an ordinary person, an “everyman” who stands for all the oppressed citizens of Oceania. Yet, as the novel closes, Winston cries as his love for Big Brother overwhelms him. Is Winston the novel’s hero, by Orwell’s definition? Is he a hero that readers can admire and emulate? Explain your position by tracing Winston’s actions throughout the novel and considering the results of those actions.
Cite specific examples from the novel in your response. Use the notes you take and the questions you answer in the Student Guide to help you formulate your response.
CJ301-01: Law in SocietyOn page 34 in Peculiar Institution, Garland writes “Viewed alongside lynching, today’s death penalty suggests a radical inversion of form, a mirror image, a reformed present that vehemently rejects its past. This negative symmetry is so striking that we must suppose the contemporary American death penalty has, in important respects, been designed to be an antilynching – and that is precisely the hypothesis that will be pursued here.” [Emphasis in original].
Prompt: Discuss/ critique how well or poorly, in the first six chapters of his book, i.e., assigned class readings, Garland delivers on his hypothesis. Support your critique with one to two relevant quotes, citing the page, from each of the first six chapters, i.e., your critique should appropriately integrate via quotation (with supporting page citations) at least one sentence from each of the first six chapters of Peculiar Institution.
Instructions: Avoid reference to or reliance on outside sources, including but not limited to published or unpublished reviews of or other commentary regarding Garland’s book. Also, recall, the assignment involves only chapters 1 through 6. Your essay should be 3-4 pages (i.e., two and one-half pages does not equal three); double spaced, 12-point font and one-inch margins. Avoid use of the first person, i.e., “I think,” “I believe,” “in my opinion,” etc. No bibliography is necessary. As noted in the syllabus, four pages is not a hard cap, though conciseness is encouraged. Finally, if you believe it is imperative to, for instance, quote three or four sentences from a particular chapter in order to develop a particular point, that is fine. However, good judgment is encouraged and that element of the assignment involving page sourced quotations is intended to assess how well you support your critique with relevant references to Garland’s work. Heavy reliance on extended quotations, especially for those opting for a minimalist (three page approach) is strongly discouraged.
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You serve as the principal of Test Central High School. Your superintendent has asked you to address a quote EssayYou serve as the principal of Test Central High School. Your superintendent has asked you to address a quote that one of the Board members read in a newspaper interview with Rick Stiggins. Stiggins is quoted as saying, “The problem is, the answer to improved student performance rests with instruction; however, to be maximally effective that instruction must work in continuous, close harmony with good assessment. Optimally, instruction and assessment need to occur almost simultaneously, whereas at present, only instruction is continuous with assessment attached somewhere at the end of it. They are all too often working at cross purposes. The long-standing barriers that have separated testing from teaching have rendered assessment essentially powerless to improve schools—and these barriers must come down.“
The superintendent knows that you and your teachers have addressed this challenge and have come up with creative and effective ways to link curriculum, instruction, and assessment. You have been asked to share how you have addressed this challenge.
Write a 250- to 300-word response to the following:
Share 3–5 ways that you may have linked curriculum, instruction, and assessment at your school in the given scenario.
Provide specific examples of these changes, and include citations to materials you read this week.
Stiggins, R. (2014). Revolutionize assessment: Empower students, inspire learning. Sage.
Writing QuestionWriting Assignment Help Identify with examples, eight recurring reasons why change occurs in law enforcement agencies. List the five reasons change should not be initiated.
What is the Traditional Action Research Model? Explain each step.
What are the ways to make organizational change succeed?
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Ethnic Studies QuestionThis portion of your portfolio must be 3-4 pages in length, double-spaced in twelve-point Times New Roman font with one-inch margins on all sides of the page.
Imagine that you are going to perform ethnographic research on a particular event, social group, or social dynamic at your former high school. What would you study and why? Drawing on Allard and Anderson as appropriate, how would you go about designing your ethnography? For instance, whom would you observe and interview, how would you go about doing so, and why would you make these choices?
Next, please discuss what would you expect your ethnography to discover. How would you test this hypothesis through your observations to make sure that it is accurate? Finally, how would your methods compare to those that Ruth Yow utilizes in her chapter on Marietta High School?
All and Anderson is attached, please use this to learn about ethnand reference this with FOOTNOTES
Also yow is attached, please reference and cite this with FOOTNOTES
My high school is Calvary Day School in Savannah, GA. This is a private school lands the school that yow referenced is a public school.I think this a key difference to start with discussing.
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The newspaper assignment consist in finding three newspaper articles on the subject of US unemployment/employment/ any conditions related toThe newspaper assignment consist in finding three newspaper articles on the subject of US unemployment/employment/ any conditions related to the labor market and (1) attaching the original news article (copy and paste NOT A LINK) (2) summarizing each article, and (3) uploading it on Canvas
Find three articles on the from relevant news sources such as Reuters.com, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Economists, Business Week. Students can use Google News as a place to start your search on the topic of US unemployment or the labor market
Go to Google News ( NOT GOOGLE) and search US Unemployment – a variety of NEWS article will be available.
While the subject is about employment/unemployment, the article has to be on a Macroeconomic level. It has to be on a nation-wide topic and not a specific companies such as “Wall-Mart is hiring new employees” or “…the airline industry is firing”
The articles should not be a definition of employment from the Internet. It has to be NEWS that took place in the last 6 months. Article from a news source. (do not google US unemployment)
Each article must be summarized separately.
The original articles must be attached to your summaries (NOT A LINK)
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