Unit 6 exercise 1 – guided reading Chapter 25 1. Research by looking for information from three different types of sources: * Online sources * Print sources * Empirical sources Triangulation is used by researches in order to find out if the information is reliable from all three sources. If not, say only two sources are reliable, there leaves room from some doubt. 2. Primary sources – Actual records of artifacts, like letter, photographic, videos, memoirs, books, or personal papers that were created by the people involved in the issues and events you are researching.
The general requirement that counselors keep information confidential does not apply when disclosure is required to protect clients or identified others from serious and foreseeable harm or when legal requirements demand that confidential information must be revealed. Counselors consult with other professionals when in doubt as to the validity of an exception. 2. Ethical Principles: a. Autonomy - It means allowing an individual the freedom of choice and
Second, given your understanding of style commentary and relying heavily on the mentor text analysis, write a style commentary on EACH of the below extracts (THREE TOTAL). Each commentary should be typed and between 2-4 pages double-spaced. Chosen extracts: 1) page 21-23 2) page 58-59 (ending with “Maureen”) 3) page 78 Other extracts that we will mostly likely focus on in class, but you are not required to write a formal style commentary, though you
Firstly, the background knowledge of country music will be provided. Secondly, I will focus on the American rustic culture which is contained in country music. Thirdly, I will clarify how country music reflects people’s attitude toward family and marriage. Fourthly, country music is also influenced by urbanization. In the end, I will conclude what has been discussed before.
All claims you make must be supported by something in the text. 4) Avoid the “tricks”, big fonts, courier, wide margins, etc. What to focus on in this first essay: ❖ Avoiding summary—hard to do with only one essay on which to write ❖ Locating key terms and important passages—you will discuss these at length in your draft ❖ Avoiding conversational language ❖ Writing strong topic
Create a short historical narrative that demonstrates the musical styles that may have led to the creation of the song. What musical components of the song can you sight that demonstrate these influences. Be as specific as possible. This might include discussion of the rhythmic style or “groove” of the song, instrumentation, texture, form, melody, harmony, political focus or lack there of, and anything else you choose to include. You need to do more than simply mentioning published influences.
complete two of the topics provided. In preparation for each essay, make a few preliminary notes--a list of points to cover, a mini outline, or a brief rough draft--to help you organize your thoughts. Develop four to five paragraphs, between 300-400 words for each of the two essays (may certainly be longer) that respond to each of the topics. Do provide an intro that makes clear which topic you have selected and a conclusion that re-emphasizes your main point. The take-home essays differ from the Formal Essays in that they need not follow MLA formatting, give citations, nor a Work Cited page; however, I do want the final drafts word processed and double spaced for ease of reading.
People said it reflects the character of the race that made it, some said it came from the reasons that I’ve already said. As well as that people say that folk music is usually learnt and taught by ear although in some cases it’s noted, this caused the main difference, as the cultures that did not rely on noted folk music could not be readily categorised. Some traditional folk music became known as World Music or Roots Music. Instruments of Folk Music. There are many instruments used in folk music, the one I use in my Folk Group is the 6 string acoustic guitar.
Make sure you discuss “folk culture,” “popular culture,” and “high culture.” What definition(s) is/are more compelling and why? Popular culture is a group think in which people have similar or like interests, shared values, norms, beliefs, images, attitudes, and living habits. Popular, or mass, culture is defined by some as what is left over from high culture and considered widely acceptable as manifested from mass commercialization. Pop culture is the mean of the three types of cultures that are included in this dialogue. From an abstract panoramic point of view, the upper classification of high culture and the lower being folk culture, both are micro cultures in comparison to the colossus of pop culture.