These last two weeks of reading show a changing world, one that Thomas Friedman describes in his book The World is Flat, as a globalized world, of which the U. S. is a part. After reading the American Portrait of Lt. Craig Mullaney, discuss how he was representative of his times. How does he represent the overall themes found in Chapters 29 and 30?
In what ways do you identify with any of the themes of these chapters? What resonates with you? Provide specific examples. Remember to bring in material from this week’s readings and media to support your argument.
- What would you do to help children with disappointment and anger?
- Determine the shape and skew of a distribution
- Write a journal entry about the experiences and emotions you faced
- what motivates people to explore the unkown?
- Discuss what challenges teachers anticipate encountering when communicating with the families of young children and what they will do to confront these challenges.
- Research the internet for scholarly and/or professional material about system testing and operations.
- esign a one-page study to understand if behavioral economics traits or concepts (bounded rationality, loss aversion, framing, etc.)
- Write a reflection on my classmates presentation.
- Write a scientific review paper over the articles that will be provided.
- Is art basically rational or emotional? Or is it both (and if so, in what way)?
- write a short essay of 3-5 pages in paragraph form that answers the question, how does the moral universe in the show Motherhacker compare to how morality works in our universe/reality? use examples from the text and from real life to support your claim.