Both of these poems seem to seek the same result

  • Review the W1 and W2 Literary Analysis Tools modules. Part of your grade is based on selection, integration, and citation of quotations.
  • Review the “Critical Reading Skills” section of the W1 Literary Analysis Tools module.
  • Read Spenser’s Sonnet 75 (Vol. 1, p. 490) and Shakespeare’s Sonnet 60 (Vol. 1, pp. 559-560).
  • Refer to the grading rubric for this assignment using the link in the Gradebook.

Step 2: ReflectBoth of these poems seem to seek the same result–immortality through poetry. In other words, the object of the poet’s affection lives on because we are still reading the poem hundreds of years later. It is a flattering way to pay tribute to someone, isn’t it? This idea of homage is often used in other places, such as art and song lyrics. See this music video of Elton John performing “Your Song” and Heben Nigatu’s article on BuzzFeed describing works of art paying tribute to Treyvon Martin, for example. The idea, of course, is to share a person’s memory with the world so that he or she is never forgotten. Now reflect on these two poems and determine how each of the writers works to preserve the object of their affection in his poetry.Step 3: RespondPost 1: Perform a close reading of each sonnet and address each of the following in your response:

  • How is the idea of time important in each sonnet?
  • Describe Spenser’s reason(s) for wanting the object of his affection to live on through the poem and compare it to Shakespeare’s reason(s). How are they different?

Criteria:

  • 400 words minimum (excluding quotations and citations)
  • Include at least two properly integrated and cited quotations (at least one from each work) to support your claims. You may use either direct or paraphrased quotes. See the Literary Analysis Tools Modules in Weeks 1 and 2 for information about integrating and citing quotes.

Posts 2 and 3: Respond to two classmates’ posts, providing attitional evidence from the sonnets to either support or refute your classmate’s conclusions.Criteria:

  • 150 words minimum (excluding quotations and citations)
  • Include at least one properly integrated and cited quotation to support your ideas. You may use either direct or paraphrased quotations.

How do you think the controversy was impacted by each party’s interpretation of this artifact?

Search online for a news report about an artifact from the humanities involved in a religious controversy, and answer the following questions. Consider searching the religion section of CNN or similar sources.

  1. Provide a link to the news story and write a short (1-2 paragraph) summary of each side’s position.
  2. How do you think the controversy was impacted by each party’s interpretation of this artifact?

This activity is graded based on completion.

How do you think the controversy was impacted by each party’s interpretation of this artifact?

Search online for a news report about an artifact from the humanities involved in a religious controversy, and answer the following questions. Consider searching the religion section of CNN or similar sources.

  1. Provide a link to the news story and write a short (1-2 paragraph) summary of each side’s position.
  2. How do you think the controversy was impacted by each party’s interpretation of this artifact?

This activity is graded based on completion.

Short Answer Responses Guidelines and Rubric

HUM 100 Project 2 Short Answer Responses Guidelines and Rubric

Overview The enduring relevance of the humanities is that they encourage us to consider a number of “big ideas.” What is culture? How do we go about studying it? What is the relationship between cultural artifacts and the culture in which they are created? Between artists and the creators of cultural artifacts and the things they create? How is human meaning generated through cultural creations? We humans seem driven to express and create in our search to understand and be understood.

In Project 2, you will use the ideas you have studied throughout the course in addition to the insights you have gained from your deep thinking about your chosen artifact to discuss why humans are driven to express themselves in so many ways. You will draw conclusions about the reciprocal relationship between forms of expression and the context in which they are created and experienced.

The short answer response assignment will assess the following course outcomes, which you focus on throughout Modules Five through Eight:

 Investigate major developments in the humanities for informing critical questions related to human culture and endeavors  Articulate the value of the humanities for their impact on contemporary issues focusing on how humans generate unique meanings

Prompt Articulate the value of human creative expression to the advancement of human culture. Be sure to state your opinions clearly and specifically and to provide ample detail from your course materials and the study of your chosen artifact in Project 1. You should address each of these in writing as three separate explanations. This is not meant to be an essay.

Specifically, the following critical elements must be addressed:

I. Explain why you believe humans have a need to express themselves through created artifacts. a) Explain the larger human need to express using the insights you gained from studying your artifact. b) Detail how a person and/or concept encountered in this course has informed your explanation.

II. Explain how you think the act of human creative expression impacts and is impacted by the culture in which it was created. a) Explain the larger reciprocal relationship between human creative expression and the culture in which it was created using the insights you

gained from studying your artifact. b) Detail how a person and/or concept encountered in this course has informed your explanation.

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III. Explain how you believe human creative expression can impact issues we deal with today. Be sure to be specific about the issues you are addressing. a) Use the insights you gained from studying your artifact to explain how creative expression can impact today’s issues. b) Detail how a person and/or concept encountered in this course has informed your explanation.

Rubric Guidelines for Submission: Submit your three individual short answer responses in a single Microsoft Word document.

Critical Elements Exemplary (100%) Proficient (85%) Needs Improvement (55%) Not Evident (0%) Value

Need to Express: Your Artifact

Meets “Proficient” criteria, and insights chosen illustrate a sophisticated explanation of the larger human need to express

Explains the larger human need to express using insights gained from studying the artifact

Explains the larger human need to express using insights gained from studying the artifact, but is cursory or has inaccuracies

Does not explain the larger human need to express using insights gained from studying the artifact

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Need to Express: This Course

Meets “Proficient” criteria, and person and/or concept chosen illustrates a sophisticated explanation of the larger human need to express

Details how a person and/or concept encountered in the course has informed the explanation of the larger human need to express

Details how a person and/or concept encountered in the course has informed the explanation, but is cursory or has inaccuracies

Does not detail how a person and/or concept encountered in the course has informed the explanation

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Impacts and Is Impacted by Culture:

Your Artifact

Meets “Proficient” criteria, and insights chosen illustrate a sophisticated explanation of the larger reciprocal relationship

Explains the larger reciprocal relationship between human creative expression and the culture in which it was created using the insights gained from studying the artifact

Explains the larger reciprocal relationship between human creative expression and the culture in which it was created using the insights gained from studying the artifact, but is cursory or has inaccuracies

Does not explain the larger reciprocal relationship between human creative expression and the culture in which it was created using the insights gained from studying the artifact

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Impacts and Is Impacted by Culture:

This Course

Meets “Proficient” criteria, and person and/or concept chosen illustrates a sophisticated explanation of the larger reciprocal relationship

Details how a person and/or concept encountered in the course has informed the explanation of the larger reciprocal relationship

Details how a person and/or concept encountered in the course has informed the explanation of the larger reciprocal relationship, but is cursory or has inaccuracies

Does not detail how a person and/or concept encountered in the course has informed the explanation of the larger reciprocal relationship

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Impact on Today’s Issues: Your Artifact

Meets “Proficient” criteria, and insights chosen illustrate a sophisticated explanation of creative expression’s impact

Explains how creative expression can impact specific contemporary issues using insights gained from studying the artifact

Explains how creative expression can impact specific contemporary issues using insights gained from studying the artifact, but is cursory or has inaccuracies

Does not explain how creative expression can impact specific contemporary issues using insights gained from studying the artifact

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Critical Elements Exemplary (100%) Proficient (85%) Needs Improvement (55%) Not Evident (0%) Value

Impact on Today’s Issues: This Course

Meets “Proficient” criteria, and person and/or concept chosen illustrates a sophisticated explanation of creative expression’s impact

Details how a person and/or concept encountered in the course has informed the explanation of the impact of creative expression on specific contemporary issues

Details how a person and/or concept encountered in the course has informed the explanation of the impact of creative expression on specific contemporary issues, but is cursory or has inaccuracies

Does not detail how a person and/or concept encountered in the course has informed the explanation of the impact of creative expression on specific contemporary issues

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Articulation of Response

Submission is free of errors related to citations, grammar, spelling, syntax, and organization and is presented in a professional and easy-to- read format

Submission has no major errors related to citations, grammar, spelling, syntax, or organization

Submission has major errors related to citations, grammar, spelling, syntax, or organization that negatively impact readability and articulation of main ideas

Submission has critical errors related to citations, grammar, spelling, syntax, or organization that prevent understanding of ideas

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Total 100%

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The Supreme Court has held that prisons may restrict the constitutional rights of incarcerated persons where the restriction is connected to a legitimate penological interest

Prior to beginning work on this discussion, read Chapters 3 and 4 in your textbook. You may also wish to consider some of the recommended resources for this week.

Your initial post should be at least 250 words in length. Support your claims with examples from any required material or other scholarly resources and properly cite any references.

This discussion includes two parts as follows:

  • Part 1: The Supreme Court has held that prisons may restrict the constitutional rights of incarcerated persons where the restriction is connected to a legitimate penological interest. Provide an example of this idea when incarcerated persons’ constitutional rights may be restricted for a legitimate jail function. Is it fair that incarcerated persons’ rights may be restricted by prison administrators? Why or why not?
  • Part 2: Define the difference between jail and prison. Discuss a criminal justice issue that relates to punishment, rehabilitation, supervision, or treatment. In addition, explain how the criminal justice issue relates to a social justice issue. For example, you could discuss a criminal justice issue that led to punishment as a jail sentence. If the criminal offense suggests the need for treatment or rehabilitation, you could then consider whether a jail sentence addresses social justice issues.

Guided Response: Review several of your classmates’ posts. Respond to at least two of them by Day 7. In your responses, provide an alternative point of view regarding fairness. Also, consider that pretrial detainees’ rights are restricted while jailed even though they have not been convicted of any crimes. Support your claims with examples from any required material or other scholarly resources and properly cite any references. You are encouraged to post your required replies earlier in the week to promote more meaningful and interactive discourse in this discussion.

Select a Tweet and explain how its content relates to a social justice issue and a criminal justice issue in state corrections.

Prior to beginning work on this discussion, review a state’s department of corrections Twitter (Links to an external site.) You can consider any of the Twitter pages for state correctional departments listed in the Recommended Resources for this week or you can do an Internet search to locate a specific state’s department of corrections Twitter page. The Twitter page must be the official account of that state department of corrections. For example, you could explore Tweets from one of the Twitter pages listed in the resource list for Week 2, or you could review the department of corrections’ Twitter page for a state of your choosing. Select a Tweet and explain how its content relates to a social justice issue and a criminal justice issue in state corrections.

What is plagiarism?

What is plagiarism? Why is plagiarism inappropriate? Why might a student plagiarize? What do you feel the consequences for plagiarism should be? How can plagiarism be avoided?

List and discuss three ethical dilemmas faced by probation officers.

  1. List and discuss three ethical dilemmas faced by probation officers. The word count will vary for this section.
  2. In at least 80 words or more, discuss three ways probation officers can avoid those dilemmas.
  3. Select five codes of ethics from the codes provided that you find most important. Explain why you find them valuable by providing three reasons. The word count will vary for this section.

 Law Enforcement Interpersonal Communication and Conflict Management: The IMPACT Model:

You have been appointed by the chief of police to represent the police department in communicating with a newly formed civilian police oversight board. Board members have no law enforcement experience and are very vocal about defunding the police and potentially eliminating the police department entirely. They are concerned with a lack of information from the department when a use of force incident occurs.

Using the IMPACT model, detail each of the six steps that you would use to establish communications with the board, address their concerns and emphasize the importance of law enforcement to the community. The chief and administration have committed to make changes in the department’s policies and training to include de-escalation, crisis intervention, and body cameras for all officers. Part of your mission is to communicate these changed to the new board while establishing trust and transparency.

Preparation

Review the six steps of IMPACT Model from your textbook, Law Enforcement Interpersonal Communication and Conflict Management: The IMPACT Model:

  • Identify and manage emotions.
  • Master the story.
  • Promote positive behavior.
  • Achieve rapport.
  • Control your response.
  • Take perspective.

Instructions

Using the IMPACT model, develop a 5–7 page plan for addressing the conflict with the civilian police oversight board, in which you:

  • Define the conflict between the board and the police department.
  • Use the IMPACT Model to address the conflict.
  • Explain at least three initiatives that the department can incorporate to help resolve the conflict.
  • Use five credible, relevant, and appropriate sources to support your writing. Cite each source listed on your source page at least once within your assignment. For help with research, writing, and citation, access the library or review library guides.

This course requires the use of Strayer Writing Standards. For assistance and information, please refer to the Strayer Writing Standards link in the left-hand menu of your course. Check with your professor for any additional instructions.

The specific course learning outcome associated with this assignment is:

  • Review strategies to improve discretionary decision-making.

The issue is the question before the court.

Analysis the case in the file below and provide an overview of how law applies to specific fact patterns : Student will prepare your own original Application of the facts applying the law to the facts, and come up with your own original Conclusion.

The case briefs should be written in the following format:

1.Facts: The facts briefly indicate (1) the reasons for the lawsuit, (2) the identity and arguments of the parties, and (3) the lower court’s decision (if applicable).

2.Issue:The issue is the question before the court. The issue must be phrased as a question. Cases often have more the one issue (i.e., the court answers more than one question). If so, those questions should be listed here in chronological order.

3.Rule:The rule is simply the law the court uses to answer the question presented in the issue.

4.Application:This section requires the student to apply the rule to the facts to answer the question presented in the issue. In brief, the application provides the reason(s) for your decision on the Issue identified.This part should be the longest as you are applying the facts to the law. Ex : If If I were a judge in this case, I would apply the law to the facts as follows…

5.Conclusion: Your decision on how to the resolve the Issue identified, after your application of the law to the facts.