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  This discussion presents you with some real-life examples of the effects of hu

 
This discussion presents you with some real-life examples of the effects of human impacts, such as hunting/fishing, and global warming. Begin by going through two articles found in D2L under Section 2.
Article 1: Decline of Predators. 
Article 2: How ocean warming and acidification affect food webs. 
    Step one: Make a food chain 
 Article one gives several examples of food chains that were damaged by humans. Choose any one food chain and write it out. Identify the trophic level of at least three steps in the food chain. You are encouraged to use the Internet to investigate further if you’d like more information about a food chain of interest to you.
   Step Two: Interconnectedness – In approximately one paragraph, respond to the following discussion prompts. Relate your discussion points to the articles you read. 
After going through both articles, react to the statement “Life on this planet is a delicate balance”. What does this mean to you?
In what ways have humans directly or indirectly affected this balance?
What measures would you be willing to take to correct human impacts on global food webs?
Respond to your peers – Due by the due date.
NOTE: Only those student who have submitted a main post two days before due date are eligible to respond to peers.
Go through the majority of the posts and respond to two other students. Both of your responses should be grammatically correct, well thought out, and further the discussion. Some common ways to further a discussion are to ask a question, share something related to the topic, or expand on a topic. Responses should be approximately a paragraph in length.
For example, in this topic, you might note similarities and differences in your choice of food chains. You may also find you have a comment or a question on your peer’s interpretation of the statement or their assessment of human impacts on the environment. Remember to always be respectful to differing opinions! 
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  Instructions Human Impact on Climate Change PowerPointIn this unit, we learned

 
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Human Impact on Climate Change PowerPointIn this unit, we learned about several ways in which our everyday actions impact the environment. Choose an action to research further and create a PowerPoint presentation to explain more! Use the unit material and reliable online resources (see below) to gather more information.There are many ideas and much information within Unit VIII on which to base your presentation, but there is even more information out in the world! Think about what you do every day, and how the activity uses energy or natural resources. Think about a product you buy—how it was made, what natural resources were used to make it? You can also do a quick Google search of “everyday activities that affect the environment” and start reading some appropriate articles for more ideas.Remember to use reliable sources from the Internet. There is much misinformation out there and finding reliable information can be difficult. The best sources of reference material for your presentation are peer-reviewed, scientific journals found in the CSU Online Library databases. Click here for a biology research tutorial that demonstrates how to locate library resources relating to biology. You also can find reliable statistics at organization websites listed in Unit VIII under the section “Combat Climate Change.”Your presentation must address/include:
What everyday activity or product have you chosen to present? Why did you choose this activity or product? Why is it important to you and our society?
Connect the activity/product to its impact on the environment and/or climate change. How does doing the activity, or making the product, use natural resources, disrupt habitat, impact wildlife, or affect the environment in other ways?
Report data and statistics, with reliable references, on how this activity/product affects the environment. Remember to include appropriate, relevant graphics and to explain them in the speaker’s notes (see below)!
What can people do to decrease the activity/product’s impact on the environment? Be sure to do some research on this.
Be sure to follow the formatting and guidelines provided below:
Include substantial and detailed speaker’s notes that include what you would say in an actual presentation. The speaker’s notes also should reflect the depth of your research. Each individual content slide must have speaker’s notes. They are to be typed in the space below the slide, which is entitled “Click to add notes”. Note, you do not need to record audio files.
Use bulleted information on slides (the best practice is to use no more than 5 bulleted lines per slide and no more than 2-3 lines per bullet). Remember, the bulk of your presentation will be in the speaker’s notes below, not on the slide.
You must include 5 or more images in the presentation. Visual aids include photographs, diagrams, graphs, and data tables that provide content and/or explain results/findings. Although 5 is the required minimum, it’s recommended to include an appropriate and relevant image on the majority of all slides to enhance the aesthetic. Think about your audience and what would be helpful for them to visualize your topic and keep them interested and engaged.
When searching for appropriate and relevant images, try typing the subject into a search engine and click “images.” For your presentation, you are allowed to copy and paste images (with proper references). However, you are not allowed to copy and paste content, such as text and verbatim data tables. As much as possible, your presentation needs to be in your own words and in-text citations need to be included on slides or within speaker’s notes throughout.
Include 3 or more reliable references. At least 1 reference must come from the CSU Online Library. Other appropriate references may include .gov, .edu, or .org websites. You must use correct APA formatting for full references and in-text citations.
Include a separate title slide that includes your creative title, name, class, and instructor, and a separate reference slide with full references properly cited in APA format.
Include 11-15 content slides. Please note: your title and reference slides are not considered content slides and they do not contribute to the total content slides in the presentation.
Use an appropriate font and background for your slides. Try to avoid using plain black text on a white background, but also avoid using colors that are visually difficult to see (such as yellow text on a light background) or that are unpleasant (such as red text on a yellow background). Think about font size (not too big or small) and type (something easy to read, e.g., Arial and Calibri). Strive for a pleasing, visually appealing appearance.
Use correct APA format for references and citations, and use correct grammar and spelling.
Upload the presentation to Blackboard as a .ppt or .pptx file. Note that files submitted in other formats (e.g., pdf) often do not display speakers notes and your presentation will be graded accordingly. All presentations will pass through SafeAssign prior to grading.

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  Video content is a great way to build your brand. Every brand has a promise or

  Video content is a great way to build your brand. Every brand has a promise or a value proposition — what makes it unique from other brands. With video content from a new york production company, you don’t have to simply tell your customers about the unique value proposition of your product. Instead, you can show them.                  Check out this site                  https://www.clickplayfilms.com/new-york-city-video-production/                for more info.

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  There are few individuals in the world who have not been impacted by Coronavir

 
There are few individuals in the world who have not been impacted by Coronavirus (COVID-19).
For your initial post, do some research on coronaviruses and then share what you learn about how a typical coronavirus compares to COVID-19. What does it mean for a virus to “mutate” and what could this mean to the process of developing immunity? Many people have chosen to get vaccinated while others have not. What do you think are the benefits of getting vaccinated and are there any scientific or medical reasons (exclude personal or religious reasons) that could serve as reasonable contraindications to being vaccinated or that would justify prolonging this medical intervention?

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  There are few individuals in the world who have not been impacted by Coronavir

 
There are few individuals in the world who have not been impacted by Coronavirus (COVID-19).
For your initial post, do some research on coronaviruses and then share what you learn about how a typical coronavirus compares to COVID-19. What does it mean for a virus to “mutate” and what could this mean to the process of developing immunity? Many people have chosen to get vaccinated while others have not. What do you think are the benefits of getting vaccinated and are there any scientific or medical reasons (exclude personal or religious reasons) that could serve as reasonable contraindications to being vaccinated or that would justify prolonging this medical intervention?

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  What strategies will you use to intentionally prepare for culturally compete

 
What strategies will you use to intentionally prepare for culturally competent practice with Hispanic children and families? If you have limited access to Hispanic clients, it will be important to draw from scholarly research?
How will you identify and engage with community leaders and informants who possess critical relationships with Hispanic children and families?
Articulate how your own values and beliefs might affect relationships with persons different from you.

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 This is the second part of an assignment. I am attaching sources/details as ins

 This is the second part of an assignment. I am attaching sources/details as inspiration to continue the second part of it as it follows:
Create a cognition brochure for your own clinic while considering your audience/patients/prospects. Write using nonscientific terms, be clear and concise, and include content based on researched best practices. Include in-text citations and a References section, but write in your own words and do not use direct quotations. Pick two strategies that you would use to help enhance cognition in your chosen population. The two sources (first one I’ll provide) should be a primary research report containing an introduction, a descriiption of methods and participants, a result section, and a discussion and conclusion. It should not be a review article, a meta-analysis, or a letter to the editor.
Tips: citing some specific information from research that supports the need for a clinic to focus on this specialty would make the paper stronger.
1. Create an overview of your clinic’s program.
2. Describe the needs of your target population. Include details of the cognitive processes that might be interrupted and how interventions can help the population’s quality of life.
3. Summarize the current research in the field that has informed your evidence-based cognitive interventions.
4. For your first evidence-based cognitive intervention, describe the methods and techniques used and how the results of the research showed effectiveness. Be sure to include why or how the results are relevant to your target population in your response.
5. For your second evidence-based cognitive intervention, describe the methods and techniques used and how the results of research showed effectiveness. Be sure to include why or how the results are relevant to your target population in your response.
6. For one of the interventions above, describe how a cognitive theory supports the use of that intervention. 

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 Prepare a 3-4-page report in which you recommend a course of action to help the

 Prepare a 3-4-page report in which you recommend a course of action to help the head of HR make an informed decision.
Knowing what employees believe and feel is essential to an organization achieving its mission, goals, and objectives. It is crucial to decision making concerning recruitment, retention, engagement, productivity, and all aspects of the employer–employee relationship. To influence organizational leaders, HR professionals must be sensitive to, and aware of, employee attitudes.