Select 10 scholarly articles (ALL ARTICLES MUST BE WITHIN THE LAST 10 YEARS) that will support your research paper. Write an annotated bibliography. An annotated bibliography takes each article and a short paragraph is written stating how the article supports your research paper. Each scholarly article is listed (in APA format) then the paragraph is written.
This means I will be looking for 3 items for each source:
1. The reference.
2. A summary paragraph.
3. A paragraph that states how the article supports your research paper.
No reference list is needed because you are providing references in the assignment.

Submit a paper proposal  for your comparative paper.
Set out the context of the topic of your paper in thinking comparatively about two similar or dissimilar writers, themes, ideas, perspectives that we have encountered and analyzed throughout the course.
You must address at least one reading or media we have discussed in the course, and you are free to relate this to an outside reading/media.
Include a short working bibliography.
Develop a finessed and articulate argument/thesis statement on the issue or problem in the topic of your paper.
Explain why the topic is important, relevant, and interesting.
Outline the ways in which the topic and problem/issue will be addressed.

Hello I need a letter wrote to the school board that summarizes a policy analysis that I wrote. The writer will need to read the analysis and form a letter to the school board about the changes I reqiested om the policy analysis. I will provide a copy of the policy analysis to the writer, it is 8 pages. About the TRIO policy you can see details of the policy here

The final assignment is to write a letter to a
policymaker (i.e., Congressperson, local or state legislator, Senator) to communicate your support or
provide a suggested revision of a higher education policy. Writing a letter to a policymaker is an
effective and easy way to share your views. Letters should be no more than 3 pages single-spaced, not including references. References for this
assignment can be included as a footnote on the last page, but still properly APA cited.
Things to remember when writing:

Address only one issue per letter. Such a letter will have more impact and receive a quicker
response than one covering multiple issues. If you have professional expertise on the issue you are addressing, be sure to describe it.
State your aims clearly at the outset (e.g., summarize existing research/policies/initiatives, report
policy findings, present your position). Spell out clearly and carefully why what you have found is
important and different from what was known previously.
Think about your ‘elevator pitch’. How would you persuade a key decision maker in the two
minutes it takes to ride the elevator? This should form the basis of your Introduction of Policy at
the beginning of your letter.
Focus on your (policy-relevant) findings and recommendations. These should be highlighted,
and take up most space. Keep it simple a short letter is not the place for nuance. Is the overall
presentation and writing quality up to professional standards? Do you avoid excessive wordiness?
Policy recommendations should be clear, specific and realistic but dont be over-cautious or sit
on the fence; embrace your findings and recommendations.
Include brief references. References for this assignment can be included as a footnote on the last
page, but still properly APA cited. In a 3-page brief about 5-7 references will provide evidence
without overwhelming or distracting, or turning the brief into an academic paper.

If appropriate, make it personal. Tie the issue to your personal expertise or experience, or to the
district or state represented by the legislator. Use your own words.
Use plain English. Avoid jargon – spell out acronyms and explain technical terms in the text the first
time they are used. But stay formal – avoid contractions (isnt, doesnt, etc.).

If need be, break up the text and highlight key points. Keep paragraphs concise and use sub-
headings, if need be, to engage the reader.

Proofread carefully! Simple grammatical errors or spelling mistakes can undermine your

Assume that you are an educational psychologist hired to consult on gifted student program development. Write a letter to the gifted parents of one of your students letting them know the good news that their 7-year-old child has been identified as gifted.

Be sure to explain the story and context before the child was formally identified. Explain how that identification was made and provide some context (e.g., the child was reading at a grade level far beyond their current level, so you did some observation).

    Discuss what giftedness means and does not mean.
    Explain how the child was formally identified.
    Discuss the various perspectives on intelligence in plain words.
    Address changes, challenges, and opportunities that they can expect.
    Give them tips for supporting their gifted child.
    Describe the gifted program looks like at the students grade level.

As you begin to write, use a professional, but conversational tone. Avoid using lingo and too many references to literature. However, you should identify the names (e.g., Gardner) of the scholars that developed the ideas you share with them. Put yourself in the parents shoes. What would you ask if you were them? What would you need to know? Be mindful of how you might approach parents differently based on diversity issues. For instance, what if a mother explained that Suzette is just fine with her regular classes, just like her dad and me? Think about how you might approach a student from a marginalized or minority culture, or a low-socioeconomic background.

Length: Your letter should be 2-4 pages.

References: Include a minimum of 5 scholarly references.

Your letter should demonstrate thoughtful consideration of the ideas and concepts that are presented in the course and provide new thoughts and insights relating directly to this topic. Your response should reflect graduate-level writing and APA standards.

The Unit 7 Assignment requires you to consider the role of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in an organizations strategy. CSR requires companies to ensure they are always working towards four pillars of societal accountability: economic, legal, ethical, and philanthropic.

Prior to working on the assignment, consider completing the following learning activity as it will prepare you to address the assignment requirements.

Using the material from Chapter 4 of the text as well as your own independent research, you will draft an informative essay that makes the connection between a theoretical understanding of CSR and how it is reflected in the strategies of a real organization. Outcomes evaluated through this assignment include MT140-05 and GEL-7.02.

Assignment Checklist:

Using your research skills, locate and define the CSR policy of one well-known public company.
Referring to your selected company’s CSR initiatives, identify which pillars of responsibility they seem most focused on: economic, legal, ethical, or philanthropic. Give at least two specific examples.
Research the mission statement of your chosen company. Describe how the company’s mission statement aligns with their CSR policy. Give at least two specific examples.
Utilize at least two external sources as part of your research. Sources might include your textbook, the company’s website, or another resource found in the university library.
Your submission should include a title page, introduction, main body, conclusion, and reference list.
The paper should be at least two double-spaced pages in length using size 12-point font.

– Handout for prevention of alcohol use disorder (AUD):

– Attendees will be: 300 University student
– Address key messages to be covered
– List important health-related consequences of AUD
– Discuss pathophysiology of AUD in heart diseases, including hypertension, heart failure, stroke,
– Discus pathophysiology of AUD in liver disease
– Discuss pathophysiology of ADUD in breast cancer
– Describe impact of AUD in the students
– Describe 4 prevention strategies

– Symmetrize with key messages

Required Resources
Read/review the following resources for this activity:

Textbook: Chapter 4, 5 – Duiker, W. J. (2015). Contemporary world history (6th ed.). Stamford, CT: Cengage Learning.
Minimum of 2 scholarly sources (in addition to the textbook)

For this assignment, select one of the following options.

Option 1: Chronicle Adolf Hitler’s rise from failed art student to political speaker to eventually gain control over Germany.
Option 2: Describe Benito Mussolini’s revival of European Imperialism in North Africa and how he came to be Adolf Hitler’s ally.
Option 3: Chronicle the rise of extreme militarism in Japan and how it led them to conquer huge chunks of land in Asia and so many islands in the western Pacific basin, and how this led to their conflict with Great Britain and the United States
Option 4: Describe Joseph Stalin’s rise to total power in the USSR and how his paranoia and desire for total control led to the terrible purges of the 1930s.

Writing Requirements (APA format)

Length: 2-3 pages (not including title page or references page)
1-inch margins
Double spaced
12-point Times New Roman font
Title page
References page

Please read the following chapter in your text:

Chapter 19: Multisystemic Therapy as a Strengths-Based Model for Working with Multiproblem Families
Chapter 19 discusses multi-problem families using a multisystemic model. A review of Bronfenbrenners ecological model is discussed and applied to multi-problem family systems. The chapter concludes by discussing strengths- and deficits-based models for working with families who experience chronic family problems.

Working with Multi-Problem Families

Chapter 19 of the text reviewed multi-problem families using a multisystemic model. It is important for human services professionals to have an understanding of the role family environments play in determining whether or not multiple problems arise within a family system. Please use your readings and research peer-reviewed journal articles to support your post.

Please respond to the following:

1.    Chapter 19 discussed different risk factors related to youth problem behavior at different parts of the social structure (Table 19.1). Choose two of these risk factors and provide a summary of each.

2.    Using the TWO risk factors identified above, create a strengths-based intervention or strategy that could be implemented to increase resilience. Provide a brief summary and explanation of each intervention or strategy.

3.    Consider the risk factors you identified above in terms of public policy. Identify one policy recommendation you would make to address these risk factors. Explain your reasoning.

Chapter 18 of your text reviewed social policies that focus on individuals and families across the domains of family formation and family care. It then analyzed family policy through a human rights lens and identified areas of injustice and inequality that families face. Finally, the chapter discussed the lack of access to healthcare that families encounter and addressed how it can impact resilience. Please use your readings and research peer-reviewed journal articles in the Purdue Global Library to support your post.

Please respond to the following:
1.    Identify one social or family policy that directly impacts either family formation or family care, and then discuss this policys impact on family resilience.
2.    Discuss the importance of using a human rights lens when working with families.
a.    Then identify specific steps a human service professional can take to ensure their personal worldview does not interfere with ethical service delivery.
3.    Using the NOHS standards, identify and briefly discuss TWO ethical standards that compel the human services profession to practice from a human rights perspective.


Please read the following chapter in your text:

Chapter 18: Family Policy through a Human Rights Lens

Chapter 18 discusses social policies that focus on individuals and families across the domains of family formation and family care. The chapter examines family policy through the lens of human rights and identifies areas of inequality and injustice that impact family resilience. Finally, this chapter analyzes the healthcare system in the United States and identifies areas in which families may have limited access to services that foster long-term resilience.

Ethical Standards for Human Services Professionals: