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A. Rapid development processes during the toddler stage bring about changes in b

A. Rapid development processes during the toddler stage bring about changes in behaviors that can be frustrating and confusing for caregivers. “Children that have temper tantrums just need discipline.” Is this a true statement? Why or why not? Support your response based on child development information. Be sure to include information about Erickson’s Stages of Development (Autonomy vs. Doubt and Shame). This is not just your opinion…you must support your statements with information from the textbook, videos, links or other quality resources. Appropriate length- 3 well developed paragraphs, double spaced. (30 points)
(Insert your 3 paragraphs here):
B. As an early childhood educator, it is your job to help concerned parents understand their child’s unique development. While milestone charts are helpful to know when a child should typically be mastering certain skills, they can also be a source of worry for the parent of the child that is “lagging”. When do we reassure a parent that their child is most likely just fine and may simply be a “late bloomer” and when do we encourage a parent to seek help for their child, as early intervention is important? How do you observe and document to provide parents with information to support your concerns? What factors (physical, emotional, environmental, etc…) should you consider that may be causing the child to be developing at a slower rate? This is not just your opinion…you must support your statements with information from the textbook, videos, links or other quality resources. Appropriate length- 3 well developed paragraphs, double spaced. (30 points)
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The two primary sources you’re working with this week are: The Declaration of Se

The two primary sources you’re working with this week are: The Declaration of Sentiments (Links to an external site.) and The Declaration of Independence (Links to an external site.)
By Tuesday night at midnight: In at least one well developed paragraph, describe the Declaration of Sentiments (DoS) and why Stanton chose to mimic the Declaration of Independence (DoI). Select 2 or 3 of the most powerful phrases or demands in the DoS and discuss their significance in women’s history. To receive full credit, you must include at least ONE direct quote from the DoS. Use quotation marks around your quote, but no need for any further citation since we are all using the same documents. Remember: posts should be at least 200 words and don’t forget your media source!
Now that you’ve listened to the lectures and know how the women’s rights movement began, you’re ready to work with the Declaration of Sentiments. This is also your first dip into working with primary documents, something all historians must learn to do. Primary documents- or sources- are first hand accounts of an event, created by people directly involved in the event. For example, I cannot create a primary document of the bombing at Pearl Harbor in 1941 because I wasn’t there and I wasn’t alive. However, if I took a picture at a BLM march in 2020, then I did create a primary source because I was there, experiencing and documenting it myself. If you haven’t worked with primary sources before, or it’s been a while, take a look at this great guide for How to Analyze a Primary Source (Links to an external site.)
(Links to an external site.)This discussion will not only help you learn women’s (and US history) but will allow you to practice skills that are important for any student to learn: reading, contextualizing, and analyzing. To navigate today’s information-heavy landscape, individuals need to consume media through a critical lens, and the skills that are needed to properly interrogate primary source documents are the same skills that will help you consume and analysis contemporary media.

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THE ASSIGNMENT Infants communicate in many ways. Crying is one cue infants use t

THE ASSIGNMENT
Infants communicate in many ways. Crying is one cue infants use to let caregivers be aware of their needs. However, if you attend to infants every time they fuss or cry will you be promoting a demanding or “spoiled” child? Why or why not? Give supporting reasons based on infant growth and development as well as theory (Attachment and Erick Erickson stage, etc…) Also talk about the many different ways one can soothe and attend to infants besides picking them up. NOTE: WE ARE NOT TALKING ABOUT 2 YEAR OLDS WHO CAN MANIPULATE SITUATIONS- WE ARE TALKING ABOUT NEWBORNS/INFANTS.
Read your readings and watch the videos provided, paying special attention to the following:
What is Attachment Theory?, Should I Worry About Spoiling My Baby, Crying Babies
SPECIFICATIONS
Acceptable Length:
2-3 pages
Formatting Requirements:
Put your name, course and section number, date, instructor name, and assignment title on the cover sheet (organized APA style).
Use at least one-inch margins and a twelve point font.
Use double line spacing in the document.
Include a list of the sources that you used (organized APA style). You must use at least 2 sources. One source should be your textbook. Look up under “Resources” near the top of this course near the syllabus to find resources to help you with how to correctly cite your sources APA style.
Check the Rubric provided in the Module under the Guidelines for how you will be graded.

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In your own words (supported by readings) please describe intersectionality and

In your own words (supported by readings) please describe intersectionality and its contributions to understanding the intricacies of racial patriarchal oppression. Why are intersectional approaches urgently needed for social justice movements?
Are there feminsit issues you see would benefit from a more intersectional approach/analysis?

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Your chosen feminist thinker: Michelle Alexander Your chosen critical feminist d

Your chosen feminist thinker: Michelle Alexander
Your chosen critical feminist discourse: Politics of Identity
Your APPROVED central question: What are 3 things Michelle Alexander taught me about how to challenge the US justice system?
Part 1: Investigation Presentation (10 pts) [Submit via the Discussions Tab] • Directions: In 6-8 Slides:
o Present a compelling investigation that interconnects all of the following:
▪ A feminist thinker explored in class (Throughout the entirety of the
course content including the Creative Narrativization Discussion),
▪ And a particular feminist critical discourse explored in class from the syllabus
(Choose from: Feminist Theory; Queer Theory or Quare Studies; Intersectionality and Black Feminist Theory; Politics of Identity; Activism and Feminist Thought; Feminist Futures).
o Presentation Guidelines:
▪ You are required to use and reference at least one class reading in the
development of your project.
▪ Make sure to begin your presentation by sharing the approved central
guiding question from your Final Project Proposal.
▪ Each additional slide is where you organize and explore each working
component of your guiding question:
• Clarification: More specifically throughout the slides you will explore
your chosen feminist thinker + your chosen particular feminist critical discourse in relation to your approved central guiding question from your Final Project Proposal.

o Helpful Hint: Think about how the components above engages, complicates, and/or resolves your approved central guiding question and use that to develop your slides/presentation.
▪ Must attempt to generate a balanced distribution of written information and creative supplementary materials per slide:
o Clarification: Must attempt to be creative by including applicable photos, relevant quotes and pertinent anecdotal details throughout to complement your informative written argumentation grounded in requisite applicable course texts.
▪ Leave your peers intrigued by concluding your presentation with 2-3 short lingering questions.
▪ Must use either PowerPoint, Canva, Prezi, or Google Slides.
▪ Must be between 6-8 slides.
▪ Must be attentive to and use MLA or APA guidelines throughout.
Part 2 paper
Directions: in 3-4 double spaced pages, respond to all the following:
o Start by providing a results section that responds to your approved central guiding question.
▪ Don’t repeat the question itself. Focus on presenting your response.
o Conclude your results section by directly responding to/answering your lingering
questions from your presentation.
o Then move into a thoughtful reflection on your final project development process
and presentation content.
▪ Helpful Questions to Consider:
• What worked best for you in your project development? Explain.
• What was the most interesting part of your project development?
Explain.

• What was the most difficult aspect of your project development? Explain.
• What is one thing from your project development journey that you will take and use in future projects beyond WST 291? Explain.
• Must be attentive to and use MLA or APA guidelines throughout.

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Hello, this is a visual assignment, please follow the instructions carefully. I

Hello, this is a visual assignment, please follow the instructions carefully. I have attached my course work and a paper I did for this class. If you need anything else, please let me know. Thank you.

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How do you define white/liberal feminism? How do our readings define it? What ar

How do you define white/liberal
feminism?
How do our readings define it?
What are some examples from your own
expereince (in media/ in organizing/ect.)
of this type of feminism?
What does it do to the overall goals of
ending sexist/racist oppressions?
Instruction: Considering the prompt, the themes, and frameworks of the week you are to write a 200-300 word response. Your writing should answer the prompt clearly, provide evidence and connections back to the readings (including 2 in-text citations), and offer your own reflection and/or reaction. Writing should be organized and concise.