Discussion Paper

Discussion paper

December 17, 2020 |

Discussion paper Discussion Paper Each student will write a 7-10 page discussion paper, which will explore a topic of your choice (the topic must be approved by your T.A.). The discussion paper will count for 15 percent toward your final grade. The purpose of this exercise is to give you a chance to study some aspect of physiology in greater depth, to develop your skills in writing understandable English, and to introduce you to the use of the physiology literature. These papers will be original works that have not previously been, or concurrently, submitted to other courses (e.g., PHSL320). Your paper will be graded by your laboratory TA according to the following criteria: 1. Content: This is a physiology course and your paper should be written from a physiological point of view. Do not bite off more than you can chew. Choose a small aspect of your topic and write…    read more 

Discussion paper

December 17, 2020 |

Discussion paper link to article JCO.2008.16.4558 http://ascopubs.org/doi/pdf/10.1200/JCO.2008.16.4558 Submit a brief paper (no more than 2 pages, double spaced) that will contain: 1) the reference of the paper with an online link, 2) summary of the paper with the question they researchers are investigating and their results, 3) summary of the methods used (example: immunohistochemistry, Western Blot etc) 4) your own opinion about the publication.    

Discussion paper

December 15, 2020 |

Discussion paper Discussion Paper Each student will write a 7-10 page discussion paper, which will explore a topic of your choice (the topic must be approved by your T.A.). The discussion paper will count for 15 percent toward your final grade. The purpose of this exercise is to give you a chance to study some aspect of physiology in greater depth, to develop your skills in writing understandable English, and to introduce you to the use of the physiology literature. These papers will be original works that have not previously been, or concurrently, submitted to other courses (e.g., PHSL320). Your paper will be graded by your laboratory TA according to the following criteria: 1. Content: This is a physiology course and your paper should be written from a physiological point of view. Do not bite off more than you can chew. Choose a small aspect of your topic and write…    read more 

discussion paper

December 12, 2020 |

discussion paper   I need someone to help me to write a discussion paper only about 300 words. write about ( Innovation and out-of-box thinking in LEAN Six Sigma) Albert Einstein stated: “The significant problems we face cannot be solved at the same level of thinking we were at when we created them” Discuss the importance of innovation and out-of-box thinking in LEAN Six Sigma.  

ENT 101 UCD Life Cycle and Entomology of the Blue Carpenter Bees Discussion Paper

November 29, 2020 |

ENT 101 UCD Life Cycle and Entomology of the Blue Carpenter Bees Discussion Paper Topic: Blue carpenter bees 1. Factual Content Summary a 1 page summary of the information included along with citations (required at least 3) to support the credibility of the content. (Single spaced 12 point font). At least 1 must by from peer-reviewed literature. 2. Each member must find 2-3 informational articles on Carpenter Bees and write a summary. 3. Try to write different information about the bees from what others wrote, so we have a variety of topics concerning the blue carpenter bees:)! Topic examples: Feeding patterns, Life cycle, Environmental importance, Nesting, etc…  

HIST 10 San Jose State University Clinton Welfare Reform Speech Discussion Paper

November 25, 2020 |

HIST 10 San Jose State University Clinton Welfare Reform Speech Discussion Paper Analyze the Evidence Questions (answer these questions in the table below) What are two principles in the treatment of welfare recipients that Clinton argues in his “new covenant”? Did the Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Act of 1996 uphold or violate these principles. On the Internet, locate educational sites (usually .edu, .org, or .gov), journal articles, or Google Books that explain how the Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Act of 1996 changed welfare in the way or against the way that President Clinton wanted. à Answer in the table below (Please follow the format of the table according to the attachment) Principle in Clinton’s Speech Subsequent Developments Discussion (300 words) What is a skill that you have developed (or continued to develop) in this course? What is a historical skill that you have worked on that can help…    read more 

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