Go to the following website and review the chart, Typical Water Uses at Home.  Water Questions and Answers Determine how much

Go to the following website and review the chart, Typical Water Uses at Home. 
Water Questions and Answers

Determine how much water you use in a typical week. Be very specific (use each category listed) and show calculations for you (and if possible each person in your home). Make your calculations and show totals in a spreadsheet. If there is something that you do not do (for example outdoor watering) put Not Applicable on the chart.
After reviewing your spreadsheet, answer the following:

How much water do you (or your family) use in a week, month, year? 

How could you save water? 

Determine how many people live in your town. Based on your calculations, estimate how much water your town uses every year (by volume). How does your water use compare with other Americans?

This should be 300-500 words. APA Citations and References required as appropriate.

child development discussion 12

Discussion #12: Health and Wellness Sites on the InternetMarini Smith2929 unread replies.2929 replies.

Read the blue section titled, Technology Explorations and Activities… Health and Wellness Sites on the Internet on the bottom of page 326 in your textbook. You will be exploring health and wellness internet websites (e.g. KidsHealth, Healthy Habits for Life Sesame Workshop; Eat, Play, Grow curriculum, Choose My Plate, etc.)
For this week’s Discussion you will answer the Research, Reflect, and Respond questions:
1. What did you like about the content you found on the website(s) you reviewed? Was there anything you saw that might not fit with what has been described in this book as developmentally appropriate practice?
2. How would you use the information you found on the website(s) in your work either with children or with their families?
3. Was there anything that might be useful to you personally in your own health and wellness efforts?
*Make sure that you include links to the websites you are referencing in order to get full credit. You should review and cite at least three websites designed for children’s health.
**Please make sure your original reply is posted by Wednesday of each week to give the rest of your classmates opportunities to reply and be replied to.
***Also note: to ensure authenticity of replies and encourage original thought, you must post your response before seeing the replies of your classmates.
After submitting your response, you will need to respond to TWO of your classmates’ responses.
**Criteria for posts: For all discussion forum posts (you will have them each week), be sure to respond in at least 250 words (about 2 paragraphs) for each original response. When you are asked to respond to a classmate’s post, your post must be at least 150 words (about a paragraph) to earn full points. All posts must be your own work, and should show depth of thought and include relevant details and examples to receive maximum points. Simply replying, “I agree” or “I disagree” will not suffice. You may begin with, “I agree with _____ because….” and go on to give detailed reasons for your agreement.
Following this format, you will earn points accordingly:
Up to 6 points for submitting your reply
Up to 2 points for responding to Student #1
Up to 2 points for responding to Student #2

child development discussion 13

Discussion #12: Health and Wellness Sites on the InternetMarini Smith2929 unread replies.2929 replies.

Read the blue section titled, Technology Explorations and Activities… Health and Wellness Sites on the Internet on the bottom of page 326 in your textbook. You will be exploring health and wellness internet websites (e.g. KidsHealth, Healthy Habits for Life Sesame Workshop; Eat, Play, Grow curriculum, Choose My Plate, etc.)
For this week’s Discussion you will answer the Research, Reflect, and Respond questions:
1. What did you like about the content you found on the website(s) you reviewed? Was there anything you saw that might not fit with what has been described in this book as developmentally appropriate practice?
2. How would you use the information you found on the website(s) in your work either with children or with their families?
3. Was there anything that might be useful to you personally in your own health and wellness efforts?
*Make sure that you include links to the websites you are referencing in order to get full credit. You should review and cite at least three websites designed for children’s health.
**Please make sure your original reply is posted by Wednesday of each week to give the rest of your classmates opportunities to reply and be replied to.
***Also note: to ensure authenticity of replies and encourage original thought, you must post your response before seeing the replies of your classmates.
After submitting your response, you will need to respond to TWO of your classmates’ responses.
**Criteria for posts: For all discussion forum posts (you will have them each week), be sure to respond in at least 250 words (about 2 paragraphs) for each original response. When you are asked to respond to a classmate’s post, your post must be at least 150 words (about a paragraph) to earn full points. All posts must be your own work, and should show depth of thought and include relevant details and examples to receive maximum points. Simply replying, “I agree” or “I disagree” will not suffice. You may begin with, “I agree with _____ because….” and go on to give detailed reasons for your agreement.
Following this format, you will earn points accordingly:
Up to 6 points for submitting your reply
Up to 2 points for responding to Student #1
Up to 2 points for responding to Student #2

Child development discussion 10

Discussion #10: Outdoor Play and Obesity4242 unread replies.4242 replies.
Re-watch the following video from last week, The Best Kindergarten You’ve Ever Seen, which depicts a very unique playground, designed by architect Takaharu Tezuka, and which really lets kids be kids:
The best kindergarten you’ve ever seen | Takaharu Tezuka (Links to an external site.) Minimize Video
After reading Chapter 10 and reviewing the video, please select ONE of the following discussion prompts to which to respond. If you see that more than eight students have replied to a particular prompt, try to select a different one to allow for a rich and varied discussion. You may respond to any peer, even if their chosen prompt differs from yours.
Please reply to ONE of the following, and indicate the number of the question:
1. Share a favorite outdoor play experience you remember from childhood. Tell where you were, what you were doing, with whom you were playing. After several people have shared, discuss what these experiences say about outdoor play.
2. Obesity is an increasingly problematic situation for children. We all know the rules that govern obesity. Because weight control is difficult for many adults, how can we control and model healthy eating and exercise habits? How can we inspire students to eat healthy foods and to exercise? What can we do to encourage more active play and less sedentary lifestyles?
3. While early childhood professionals spend many hours each week preparing the indoor environment, much less effort is typically spent on the outdoors. Why do you think less time and energy is spent preparing and planning for creative outdoor play?
**Please make sure your original reply is posted by Wednesday of each week to give the rest of your classmates opportunities to reply and be replied to.
***Also note: to ensure authenticity of replies and encourage original thought, you must post your response before seeing the replies of your classmates.
After submitting your response, you will need to respond to TWO of your classmates’ responses.
**Criteria for posts: For all discussion forum posts (you will have them each week), be sure to respond in at least 250 words (about 2 paragraphs) for each original response. When you are asked to respond to a classmate’s post, your post must be at least 150 words (about a paragraph) to earn full points. All posts must be your own work, and should show depth of thought and include relevant details and examples to receive maximum points. Simply replying, “I agree” or “I disagree” will not suffice. You may begin with, “I agree with _____ because….” and go on to give detailed reasons for your agreement.
Following this format, you will earn points accordingly:
Up to 6 points for submitting your reply
Up to 2 points for responding to Student #1
Up to 2 points for responding to Student #2

F21 EWRT D001A 35Z Composition And Reading

Write a response to ONE of the following prompts: Analysis the last chapter the white teeth (chapter 20)
Discuss the significance of the completion of the flashback scene between Archie and Dr. Sick at the end of the novel.
Discuss the thematic significance and/or meaning of the confluence and convergence of three organizations–KEVIN, FATE, and the Witnesses–on Marcus Chalfen’s New Year’s Eve presentation of FutureMouse. What do the groups have to do with the event and vice-versa? What do you think is Zadie Smith’s view on such matters as evident in her portrayal of them?
Your response should be analytical in approach. Establish your main claim/idea/thesis/position with one representative example, a passage from the novel. Develop your paragraphs with evidence and explanations. An effective response will have an introduction, body, and conclusion. You do not need to assume that your reader has not read the novel. In other words, you do not need a summary with a focus in your response.
Suggested length = at least 550 words.

child development discussion Family is?

Family Is…?1616 unread replies.1616 replies.

This is an individual mini-discussion, so you do not need to respond to your peers. But, I encourage you to click the “like” button to acknowledge your peers and let them know their response was seen.
How many different configurations of “family” can you remember from your own childhood? How many can you identify today? Would you be uncomfortable working with families who are in different situations? How will you overcome any issues you may have, in order to provide the best possible education for each child?
What are different ways family is portrayed in the media? How might these images influence our ideas about family? Is it art imitating life, or vice-versa?
Rubric: You will earn up to 6 points (3 points per response) for answering each prompt thoroughly and providing details and relevant examples. Your response should be at least 150 words.

This is for counseling

Format: 3 pages, double-spaced, typed, #12 font Content:
For the Career Research Paper, choose a career that interests you or one suggested by the career assessments done in the class. Answer these possible questions:
Describe the career. What are the typical job duties? Why are you interested in this career?
Are certain personality types and skills desired and/or required? How does your personality type match this career or not? Go back to your AchieveWorks Assessments. Click on this Video (Links to an external site.) on finding your assessment results.
What are some advantages and disadvantages of working in this career? What type of environment will you be working in?
What is a typical day, week, month, year? What is the salary or pay? Part time? Full time?
What is the job outlook? Is there a demand or not in this field? How difficult or not difficult is it to gain employment in this career?
What are the educational requirements? Licenses?
What are related majors or majors needed for this career?
What are related occupations for this career? Research other occupations similar that may be of interest.
What are the growth opportunities?
What interesting facts did you discover?
Extra: Find a job advertisement on this career and paste it on a piece of paper or download it from a website (extra)
To research your career, use at least 4 sources of information:

it’s a ps

Answer all questions According to the ps I sent u
Answer the first questions and choose 3 question from another 7questions to answer
So total 4 question
1 page for each question
Total 4 pages
Plz be creative
For the ps
It’s important

English work

Essay 4 Prompt-For Review Only Become an Agent of ChangeBACKGROUND:
We have spent the semester learning about important social and racial issues, but learning about them is not enough. Now, we will do something about them.
For Writing Project 4, our last essay of the class, we will be working on a research paper about how to become an agent of change. We will research past change makers and their principles. We will use all of the information we have learned in the last 12 weeks to build our Agent of Change plan.
We are all committed to social change in our own ways. Your choice to pursue further education is in and of itself an act of social change. With it , you will have the tools to be able to make positive social change in your own community as you learn about the world around you and see where injustices remain. These areas of need can become your battle ground. What are they? Where are they? What needs to be changed/improved? How can you build a personal resolve to be part of that shift towards equality or social reform?
You can do so by:
Contributing to social change at home
Contributing to social change at your current employment
Contributing to social change in your community
Become a mentor to others around you
So, where do I begin? We can begin by looking at those who went before us.
PURPOSE:
The purpose of this assignment is to:
Compose college-level writing.
Participate in academic research
Respond to a topic with an original argument.
GOALS
This assignment will help students meet the following Student Learning Objectives, as stated on the course syllabus:
Synthesize researched material from multiple texts to create and support an argument in response to a prompt. Draw direct evidence from texts in support of claims and analyze how that evidence supports the claim.
Utilize the various phases in the writing process—prewriting, writing revision, and proofreading—to produce clear, articulate, well-supported, well-organized essays.
Avoid plagiarism by properly citing quoted, summarized, and paraphrased material using MLA format
PROMPT:
Your job for this essay will be to learn more about a person who has been a powerful agent of change for a cause you care about (in theory, the cause you wrote about in Essay 3). Once you have learned more about this person, you will work to consider how you might follow in that person’s footsteps, and become an agent of change for the same cause.
TASK:
Your essay should be 800 to 1000 words in length and follow this format:
Introduction: Introduce the idea of social change and being a change maker, introduce the cause, and include your thesis. In your thesis, state how you will plan to become an Agent of Change for your given topic. Sample Thesis: Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s life embodied determination and strength as he tirelessly fought for African Americans’ Civil Rights. He argued that education should result not only in knowledge gained but also character developed, and given the current educational disparities in our school system, I plan to be an agent of change for students who live in less funded areas. I will use my education and voice to bring awareness to this issue in my home, work place, and community through social media and informal discussions.

Body paragraph 1: Pretend your readers have not read Essay 3 and remind them in one paragraph of the social justice issue you addressed and why/how it is a problem that needs change (you can use information directly from Essay 3). Sample TS for thesis above: Racial inequalities are still deeply rooted in our society and institutions.

Body paragraph 2: Introduce your change maker (someone who has/is fighting for change in that social issue). Explain his/her characteristics that make him/her a strong Agent of Change.Sample TS for thesis above: Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s life embodied determination and strength as he tirelessly fought for African Americans’ Civil Rights.

Body paragraph 3: Detail the attributes necessary for being a change maker. Explain how you plan to embody those attributes for the cause.Sample TS for thesis above: With determination and honesty, I plan to be an agent of change for students who live in less funded areas. I will use my voice in social media and casual conversation to bring awareness to this issue to those around me.

Conclusion: End with a declaration of how you will be an Agent of Change in your home, community, work place, and/or community.Sample concluding statement for thesis above: As a social change agent, I plan to bring awareness to the issue of disparities in education. I can do this by voicing my opinion and sharing my expertise on this issue with others in my home, work place, and community through social media and informal discussions. Like Dr. King, I can use my voice and determination to bring about change and expect more from those around me.

REQUIREMENTS FOR THE ESSAY:
The introduction must use of the the introduction lead ins we learned in class.
The thesis must include a preview of the points to be made throughout the paper.
All paragraphs must have an arguable Point (topic sentence) that supports the thesis.
All paragraph must have 2 to 3 pieces of evidence (direct or paraphrased quotes) used to support your ideas. You can use some research you did for Essay 3, but you will also need to do more research on the person you have chosen to highlight specifically. Please look at Review: PIE Paragraphs.
All paragraphs need to include adequate analysis of the evidence. Please look at Review: The E in PIE (Explanation).
A conclusion
There needs to be seamless transitions (Links to an external site.) between paragraphs.
A detailed Works Cited page is required.
Please be sure your paper is in proper MLA format.

Step 1:Review your Essay 4 Prompt.Then, to start thinking about it, do al little bit of research on a change maker you admire. Please think about a person in history that has made positive changes on society. He/she has helped bring about peace, justice, rights, or a voice for those who could not speak for themselves. Here are some examples:Caesar Chavez, Latino Civil Rights Activist Dr. Martin Luther King, Civil Rights Activist Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Women’s RightsMalala Yousafzai, Pakistani Activist Here is a long list of Activists (Links to an external site.)to explore from the past. Here is a list of current Activists (Links to an external site.) to research. Please read on some of the choices and choose one that aligns with your concerns for the future. Choose only one to focus on for your paper. Step 2:Next, find 2 pieces of information/2 sources:These might be a newspaper article or scholarly article about the actual person (Agent of Change) from a reputable source. You can Google or the Cuyamaca Library. For example: News article (from a reputable source) on Person NPR Life Review of Cesar Chavez (Links to an external site.)Scholarly Article on Migrant Workers (Cause) Immigration Reform and Farm Labor Markets (Links to an external site.)Step 3:Part 1: Provide a MLA citation for the two articles you found, so I can look at them too 😀Part 2: Think about some of the information you found on the person you chose, and respond to the questions below:What makes this person a strong agent of change? What tools did they use? What experiences did that person have that made him or her a great leader for their cause?Which characteristics made them well-suited for their activism?

Value of Graduate Degree

You will develop the Action section of the communications plan. Your submitted assignment will have
two parts. One will be your content for the plan, following the guidelines in the matrix below.
The other will be a three-page document that describes how you developed the seven sections under
Action Planning. What sources did you examine? What ideas from the textbook did you use? What
options did you consider in building out the sections? What else can you share about your thought
process?
Due: End of fourth week of class
Notes:
– Please include the Research section you previously developed. This will provide the instructors
with context as they evaluate your Action Planning section.