Perform a literature search on the grieving process, using readings from this module, the GCU Library, or other websites and materials at your disposal. Focus on the work of Kübler-Ross’ grieving process and the stages of grief.
Review the story of Job in the Bible, focusing on his suffering and grief. Examine how this story correlates to the grieving process defined by Kübler-Ross.
In a paper of 750-1,000 words, include the following:
1. Compare and contrast the grieving process as defined by Kübler-Ross and the story of Job with that of at least one other religion.
2. Compare the relationship and interaction between joy and the above grieving models and examples.
3. Relate your research to your own preferred method of handling grief. State whether your research has changed your view of grief.
Prepare this assignment according to the APA guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. An abstract is not required.
This assignment uses a grading rubric. Instructors will be using the rubric to grade the assignment; therefore, students should review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the assignment criteria and expectations for successful completion of the assignment.
hes an alcoholic
helped katniss more than peeta
had a temper and attitude
he tried to help peeta and katniss win tha games
gave them tips and tricks
TERM PAPER OUTLINE
1. Cover Sheet (Title, your name, course name, and course number)
2. Table of Contents
3. Statement of the problem to be discussed and its background
4. The argument for your contentions supported by relevant research and facts
6. Bibliography (the bibliography reference methods may be somewhat easier for you)
7. Appendixes as needed
Please number all pages bottom center, and fasten firmly together by staples, rings, or
some other kind of binding method.
Prepare a well-reasoned and researched paper on any one of the following topics:
RESEARCH PAPER TOPICS
Develop an argument for the proposition that the targeted U.S. drone attacks resulting in the killing of civilians in Pakistan, Yemen, and Afghanistan violates international law and are war crimes.
Assignment 9: Developing a Newsletter
The National Association of Trauma Specialists (NATS) has a monthly newsletter,
Traumatic, that focuses on research findings in brief, the association’s lobbying efforts at
the state and national levels, and interpretations of and opinions about proposed
legislation that may affect emergency care.
The NATS leadership now wants to produce a second monthly newsletter.
This new one will focus on the people who provide emergency care. The idea behind this
newsletter is to humanize the process for NATS members.
The thinking is that the stress level is so high among people who work in emergency
medicine that a newsletter is needed whose content is very personal, empathetic and
inspiring, thus making people feel better about themselves and their work.
Your supervisor at ProCom has asked you to come up with a name, an editorial
treatment, and a design for this newsletter.
Here are four general steps for this assignment:
1. Name the newsletter. (Explain why you selected this title.) How do you plan to
distribute it (mail, e-mail, Web site link, etc.)? What is its tone?
2. Develop a list of information categories that will appear in each issue. Don’t forget to
consider items of interest to employees. Your newsletter must include two-way
communication (NATS officials to NATS members as well as NATS members to NATS
3. Prepare several short articles (an average of three to five paragraphs each) to bring
your information categories to life. Strong verbs and short sentences work best. Feel free
to add direct quotes by NATS officials and/or employees.
4. Come up with a workable design. (You may use a newsletter template.)
5. Add appropriate headlines and headers above your articles and information categories.
Note: The newsletter should be created in Microsoft Word, thus keeping everyone on the
same page. Please read Chapter 14 (Newsletters) in your textbook before starting work on
You will be graded on clean designs, captions, headline, and general writing.
Note: This assignment should be submitted in Word (“.doc” or “.docx”) format and
The Problem‐Solution Paper demonstrates your ability to identify and define a research problem from your academic field, generate
possible solutions, and select and evaluate the best solution. The paper should be approximately 14 double‐spaced pages written in
Times New Roman or Arial 12‐point font. You should divide the paper into sections using headings for each of the problem solving
steps. The paper should be written in formal academic style, with appropriate in‐text citations of all sources used to support your
problem solution thesis. Refer to the Problem Solving Process Steps (found in Course Content) to analyze your problem.
I. Title Page: An APA formatted title page including assignment title, your name, class, date, and page
II. Identify and Define the Problem: Introduce the problem based on your previous academic coursework that you have
researched. Define the problem using evidence from scholarly, professional, or news
sources as support.
III. Generate Possible Solutions: Describe the criteria you developed to evaluate your possible solutions. Propose two or
more possible solutions and explain the advantages and disadvantages of each solution,
and incorporate evidence from current research to support your selections.
IV. Select and Evaluate a Solution: State your problem solution thesis for the best possible solution. Thoughtfully evaluate
your solution and support your position with evidence.
V. Reference Page: Provide an APA‐formatted reference page for all sources used in your analysis.
Read Hartman and Squires Chapters 1-5 and Chapters 9 and 10. And Watch “When the Levees Broke: A Requiem in Four Acts. The readings and the documentary give you a picture of what happened during and immediately after Katrina. Research a particular topic that interests you and briefly (approximately 2 pages double spaced) update our information about that topic. Make sure that you include links or cite your sources. For example, if you are interested in education, how many New Orleans’ schools were open this fall? How has the educational structure changed since Katrina? Or, if you are interested in medical issues, how many hospital beds are now available in a particular area? How many of these are available for Medicaid/Medicare patients? How many mental health beds are available?
Great Scott! You have invented a time machine. (“Back to the Future”)
You have chosen the Industrial Revolution as the mega event in history you want to travel back to and visit. Your customers will be able to jump back and forth through the economic, socially, and technological time.
TASK: You and your partner will create a time travel brochure advertising your machine and the exciting possibility of visiting the Industrial Revolution
v Write a descriptive paragraph (minimum 5 sentences) of each event (in your own words)
- Some events may lend themselves to more than one paragraph
v Include a minimum of one picture for each event
v Explain the key people your customers may meet
v A summary of the Industrial Revolution and why people should visit this event
v Telegraph – Samuel Morse
v Steam Engines – Thomas Newcomen
v Lightning rod – Benjamin Franklin
v Flying Shuttle – John Kay
v Submarine – David Bushnell
v Steamship – Jacques Perrier
v Spinning gin – James Hargreaves
v Cotton gin – Eli Whitney
v first electrical capacitor – E.G. von Kleist
v first radio receiver
v first man-made plastic – Richard Gatlin
v Child Labor – Mining
You are trying to sell the idea of time travel and the possibility of experiencing the Industrial Revolution. Be creative and have fun!