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Week 1 Discussion Religion · 250 words minimum; 2 scholarly references Shamanism

Week 1 Discussion Religion
· 250 words minimum; 2 scholarly references
Shamanism is thought to be the oldest form of religious expression. Define who a shaman is, and two or three representative shamanic activities.
After you have done this, find one instance of Shamanism in current American culture. This might be any or all of the following:
· Psychological counseling
· Marketing a product
· A song
· A movie
· A healing remedy
· An article of clothing
Describe how the Shaman is regarded, viewed, and evaluated in this example from pop culture. 
In your opinion, is this appropriation of the Shamanic from pop culture in keeping with the true spirit of Shamanism? Why or why not?
Book:
Molloy, M. (2020). Experiencing the World’s Religions (8th Edition). McGraw-Hill Higher Education (US). use this link to access the book:  https://savantlearningsystems.vitalsource.com/books/9781260813746

Make sure to read the detailed instructions and the scoring guide (rubric) for W

Make sure to read the detailed instructions and the scoring guide (rubric) for Week 9 Assignment: Development Plan for Three Skills.
To submit your assignment, please go to Week 9 Assignment in Blackboard by clicking the Week 9 Assignment link above.
Course: WRK100: Preparing for the Future of Work
Week 9 Assignment: Development Plan for Three Skills
Due: Week 9
Points: 125
What to submit/deliverables: Word document that contains the Week 9 Assignment Template.
What is the value of doing this assignment? For the last nine weeks, you’ve been learning how the 10 Skills are an essential part of being successful in the future world of work. In Week 4 Assignment, you began to reflect on your skills and goals and how the 10 Skills have helped you reach accomplishments. Your understanding of the skills have been refined, and now it’s time to reflect on your strengths and areas for growth again in order to develop a plan moving forward.
For this assignment, you’ll identify three skills that you’d like to focus on and develop a plan for. This could be the three skills you wrote about for Week 2 Assignment, or three new skills. As you think of which skills you’d like to improve upon, consider choosing skills at varying levels. You might, for example, choose a skill that you are already strong in, but would be excited to continue exploring and building upon, as well as a skill in which you might have more room for growth in. At the end of the assignment, you’ll leave with the beginning of a tangible plan for personal and professional development that you can review with the Career Center team.
Your goal for this assignment is to: Practice your communication skill by using the Week 9 Assignment Template to outline a plan for developing skills to support a successful learning experience and career. To truly develop your communication skill it is important that you write using your own words and do not cut and paste from the Skills Definition table or any other source. (See the Skill Development Plan Sample.)
Steps to complete: In Week 9, complete and submit your Development Plan for Three Skills using the following steps:
STEP 1: Identify the targeted skill. Summarize your strengths and areas of improvement in this skill area. Then, identify your desired outcomes around this skill area and write a positive goal statement. Review the Skills Definition table if you need a quick reminder of the 10 skills. Complete the following sections of the template:
• Target Skill
• Strengths
• Areas of Improvement
• Desired Outcome
• Goal Statement
STEP 2: Specify the actions you can take to work towards your goals, with specific strategies and practices that you can apply. Identify any potential obstacles and challenges to achieving your goal. Complete the following sections of the template:
• Practices for Growth
• Action Steps
• Potential Obstacles and Challenges
STEP 3: Keeping your action plan in mind, identify trusted supporters and university resources that can help you in your skill development plan. Complete the following sections of the template:
• Key Supporters
• Supporting University Resources
STEP 4: Reflect on the connections between skill development and your overall personal, academic, and professional goals. Complete the following sections of the template:
• Benefits From Change and Connections to Personal, Academic, and Career Goals.
STEP 5: Complete Steps 1–4 for the two other skills you have identified. When you are done you should have three plans filled out in the template for three different skills.
STEP 6: Save the template with your completed responses as a Word file titled Your Name, WRK100_Week 9 Assignment Skill Development Plan and submit in Blackboard in Week 9.

Please find a Recipe with at least 8 ingredients that isn’t a “healthy” dish. Th

Please find a Recipe with at least 8 ingredients that isn’t a “healthy” dish. Then find a way to fix the recipe to make it healthy. This can be done by substituting Ingredients or by altering cooking methods. Submit the original recipe and the amended recipe with a brief description of each change.  A minimum of 6 changes must be made to the recipe. 

Answer the questions below: (attached) 1.How can word choice convey bias? 2. How

Answer the questions below: (attached)
1.How can word choice convey bias?
2. How is the term viewpoints defined?
3. Why is the term viewpoint far more than a synonym for the word opinion?
4. Explain the difference between a conscious and unconscious viewpoint.
5. Explain the difference between egocentrism and ethnocentrism.  (Do Discussion Questions one through four on pages 202-203)
6. Viewpoints may be hidden in news framing.  How are we able to discern the viewpoint of a publication or television station or program?  Why is it valuable, as a critical reader or TV viewer, to be able to characterize or label their viewpoints?
7. Define propaganda and describe some propaganda that you were able to recognize.  How did you recognize it?

Answer the questions below: (attached) 1.What makes an argument good? 2.Do Disco

Answer the questions below: (attached)
1.What makes an argument good?
2.Do Discovery Exercise on pages 225-226.
3.How can critical thinking be applied to an argument?
4.Why is it important to know the source of an argument?
5.Do ‘class discussion’ on pages 229-230.  Debate question example: Should 18-year-olds be given the right to buy alcohol?
6.What is the difference between an argument and a report?
7.Do class discussion on pages 232-233.
8.What are two types of argument structures? (pages 234-235)
9.What are the components of an argument? (page 233)
10.Do Exercise: Identifying Reasons and Conclusions on page 237

The individual written assignments will be relatively short assignments (between

The individual written assignments will be relatively short assignments (between 500 and 750 words).  The assignments  will  be  addressed  to  teach  participants  to  convey  concepts  from  cognitive  psychology, neuroscience, and related fields to a broad audience; that is, convey very technical information and making it accessible  to  readers  with  limited  background  in  the  research  area  that  is  being  discussed,  while  also representing the scientific content in a precise and responsible way.A group of neuroscience, biopsychology, and related articles (available in the “Files” section of the Canvas website for the course) will be posted for using in these assignments. Chose the respective article for each assignment; after reading the article, your work is to elaborate a brief description of the article for a general audience, specifically, an audience with reduced knowledge about neuroscience, biopsychology or related fields. The description should cover some background on the field of research selected, information about the scientific methods that are used, and a discussion of the principal research findings and implications. As a general rule, it should be avoided the use of scientific jargon and other terms that might confuse a general audience. Moreover, it should be avoided to misrepresent or overstate the findings of the article; also, the writing style should be interesting for a general audience.  The written assignment should be between 500 and  750 words.
Each written assignment should be divided in four sections with the next subtitles: – Introduction or background, Methods or Methodology, Results or Findings,  Conclusions or Implications.
I will upload the article and also a sample of a written assignment so you have a clear idea how it has to be done.