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After reading "Did Jesus Truly Die? Death Before Resurrection" by René A. López, write a 500-750 word paper discussing your reflections and thoughts on the topic of Jesus' death and resurrection. Did Jesus actually die? What is the significance of the empty tomb? Use at least three quotes from the reading and two Scripture references in your response.

Please use APA format with in text citations.


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In this class, you will be reading and writing about a variety of sources, which we can classify according to the following broad categories (BEAT):

Background sources:Background sources will present facts and background information about the material we are studying. You may use background sources to help you support your analyses of exhibit sources.

*Exhibit sources:Exhibit sources are the primary texts under analysis in your papers. For our course, your exhibit sources will be the literary works (short stories, poems, novel…) that we are studying in class. All of your major papers will focus on exhibit sources.

Argument sources:Argument sources will make arguments about those exhibit sources. You will find yourself agreeing or disagreeing with argument sources, and assessing whether or not those argument sources are useful for analyzing your exhibit sources. Because your paper assignments are argument based, your own papers also function as argument sources. Theory sources:Theory sources will present general theories (not proven fact) that are not necessarily about your specific exhibit sources, but may nevertheless be applicable to, and help you analyze, your exhibit sources.

This first paper assignment asks you to enter into an academic conversation already in progress by analyzing a single exhibit source in response to an argument source. This assignment will also allow you to implement the three-part introduction structure (common ground > problem/question > claim/response), which will help you to clarify the issue at stake in your essay and solidify your position.


As discussed in class, Crèvecoeur’s “Letter III: What Is an American?”, although written in 1782 following his own immigration to America, introduces the modern concepts of the American Dream (67, 70, 80, 89-90) and of America as a melting pot (68, 70), forming the author’s perspective on America as a land of equal opportunity for all—a perspective that remains common in the hopeful minds of American immigrants. Unfortunately, the America they encounter upon arriving does not always conform to that preconceived ideal, for a variety of reasons. For this assignment, you will form a claim in response to the following question:How do the twentieth-century immigrant experiences from our course readings echo and/or problematize and/or reject Crèvecoeur’s eighteenth-century vision of America as a land of equal opportunity?Please select one of the following exhibit sources to analyze in response to the question above: either Mohr’s “The English Lesson” (short story), Baca’s “Immigrants in Our Own Land” (poem), or Malamud’s “The German Refugee” (short story). Your paper should be850-1050 words(roughly 3-4 pages long), not counting your Works Cited page. Please format and cite using MLA style.

In your paper, you will need to do the following, although not necessarily in this particular order: Summarize your exhibit source.This will be necessary both in your introduction (briefly) and

throughout your main body paragraphs as you introduce passages from the text to analyze. Consider important elements of your exhibit source, such as genre (short story or poem?), type of narrative, narrator’s point of view, setting, ethnicity/ethnicities portrayed, primary themes, etc. (refer to our “Important Terms” handout)

Summarize Crèvecoeur’s views of America in “Letter III.”Remember that you are summarizing Crèvecoeur’s perspective for the purpose of analyzing your selected exhibit source to shed light on the immigrant experiences depicted. Focus only on elements from Crèvecoeur’s letter that will be most useful/relevant to your analysis.

WR100 F1: Coming to America Yoder / Spring 2014

Argue whether or not your exhibit source conforms to Crèvecoeur’s view of America (and “an American”) and why/how. Your argument will be based on information gleaned via the narrator, character portrayals, ideas/concepts/themes presented, literary devices, etc. The reasons for your claim (why/how) will be explicated, analyzed, and illustrated through selections of passages/quotes (evidence) from your exhibit source, primarily, and also from your argument source.

Analyze the exhibit source you have chosen. You should analyze the ways in which your story or poem coincides with and/or diverges from Crèvecoeur’s depiction of America in 1782. There will logically be many differences, simply as a matter of time/development/evolution over the course of 200 years; it is important to acknowledge this, but don’t be so quick to reject the presence of Crèvecoeur’s ideas completely from your exhibit source. Also pay attention to evolving perspectives of the American Dream, the melting pot, equal opportunity, etc. in your exhibit source, and what that signifies regarding the immigrant experience. Use specific passages/quotes from your exhibit source to guide your analysis and focus your discussion.


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Hello. Can I have it write proffisionly by tuesday at 7 AM

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Part 1:

Discuss the irony of the statement "beauty is only skin deep" from both a medical and physical aspect. Consider the physical anatomy of the skin and the integumentary system as a whole.

Part 2:

Discuss the relationship between patient accounts, data flow and charge capture. 2. List two reasons why the HIM Department reviews patient medical records. 3.Why is the billing process important? Explain. 4. State the difference between the CMS-1500 and UB-04 (CMS-1450)?


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This exam review is meant to be a study guide to help you prepare for the final. It is expected that you have an understanding of the major topics and be able to provide examples from class discussions and chapter readings to support your answers. The final exam will cover chapters 9-16 and will consist of 7 essay questions.
Essay Questions:

• Discuss and explain the relationship between training, development, and careers.

• Distinguish between involuntary and voluntary turnover, and give examples of each.

• Discuss the three major provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).

• What are the different types of pay for rewarding individual performance?

• What is the importance of benefits as a part of employee compensation?

• Why has there been a steady decline in union membership in the United States?

• Distinguish between international, multinational, and global organizations. Also briefly outline the HR issues associated with each type of organization.

• Discuss and explain how recruitment and selection practices contribute to high performance in an organization.


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in what ways might you argue that the Constitution was written to form a weak or strong central…

 in what ways might you argue that the Constitution was written to form a weak or strong central government?


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One Assignment in Two Essays! 1 answer below »

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I would like you to write this assignment for two persons. I just attached a file that is regarding to follow the methods of the assignment. Thanks
These are the required stories:-
1- "The Story of an Hour"http://www.vcu.edu/engweb/webtexts/hour/
2- The Necklacehttp://www.eastoftheweb.com/short-stories/UBooks/Neck.shtml
3- The Americanization of Shadrach Cohenhttp://shortstory24hr.blogspot.ca/2011/06/americanization-of-shadrach-cohen.html


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In a reflection of 450-600 words, explain how you see yourself fitting into the following IOM… 1 answer below »

In a reflection of 450-600 words, explain how you see yourself fitting into the following IOM Future of Nursing recommendations:


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demonstrate how responsive relationships and pedagogical practices position the learner at the… 1 answer below »

This assessment task (addressing learning outcomes 1, 2, and 5-7)*is a 2000 word essay, that forms a detailed examination of two learning theories (1. Theory of Social Constructivism by Vygotsky and 2. Situated Learning Theory by Michael Young) Students are required to draw on peer reviewed academic literature to present an argument about the comparability of two learning theories, drawing from those discussed in lectures 1-5*
The comparability of different learning theories may include points of intersection, points of conflict, or points of agreement.
In addition, you are to incorporate a narrative about your own learning experiences, using the narrative learning theory discussed in Week 5 (Emerging identities: Narrative and self from Early childhood to Early Adolescence by Elaine Reese et al). You can read the relevant text for Week 5 beforehand, during weeks 1-4, in order to commence drafting of the essay as soon as possible.
This is an essay: an essay MUST be distinguished from a report-style assignment. You will lose marks for submitting a report-style text; in this essay you are arguing how you understand "learning", based on your own experience and the reading of literature about two different theories of learning. One of the two theories you select may be the narrative theory discussed in week 5, and/or you may discuss two other theories.
Students in each stream will be responding to the same question but using different literature, appropriate to the age -specific learning issues of the children they will be teaching as a professional.
Unit Learning outcomes
1. understand and engage with research into, and theories of, effective learning models
2. demonstrate how responsive relationships and pedagogical practices position the learner at the heart of teaching
3. identify approaches to measure and evaluate learning which align with learner-centeredness and construct assessment as part of learning
4. evaluate the integration of information and communication technologies to enhance learning
5. demonstrate advanced capacity as reflective learners and professionals who can draw on personal experiences of learning to identify key influences on learning
6. demonstrate practices to extend professional understanding through reflective and scholarly inquiry
7. develop a personal and professional philosophy around learning.


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