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American Immigrant Cultures Final Essay Prompt (worth 100 points)
These essays assignments are a chance for you to consider and review what you have learned in this course and extend and apply your knowledge beyond our classroom walls. Final essays will consider immigration from one of these different areas of inquiry:

Option 1: Conduct A Primary Source Analysis

You will do a cultural analysis of a primary source of your choice from American Mass Culture through which you will explore the topics from this course. You can choose one- or more – of the weekly topics, as identified on the syllabuse (ex. Nativism, culture wars, gatekeeping, etc)
Your first task will be to pick an American primary source (specifically one that deals with representations of immigration) from the following list:

A Film
A music Video (both the visual image and the song lyrics)
A Television Show ( a single episode only)
A Novel
A photograph
A comic strip
An advertisement
After picking your source, in a 5+ page (double-spaced) essay, you will critically interpret and analyze this source. This means moving on just describing your primary source – You will want to think about the overall argument that this source is making about immigration and how it is making said argument.
When writing your essay, you will want to consider:
Who is the target audience of your primary source?
What is the historical context of your primary source?

What does this primary source say about immigration? In other words, what is the narrative presented, and what type of work does the presentation of this narrative do?
Please note – you will want to provide a brief description of your primary source before beginning your interpretation and analysis, but this description should be no more than a paragraph or two (on page, maximum), as details from and about your source will be included throughout your essay as evidence for your argument.
You will need to use a minimum 3 sources to support your argument/analysis.

These three sources need to come from our class readings – you are welcome to bring in additional outside scholarly sources as long as you meet this requirement. 

Modern World SP23 History
Qn1. Which of the following groups of people was NOT targeted in the Holocaust?
Qn2. Which of the following refers to the period when Germany was in a state of war between Britain and France, but no military engagements took place?
Qn3. Which of the following tactics was NOT used in Blitzkrieg wars?
Qn4. Which of the following is NOT true about the Battle of the Bulge?
Qn5. Between _ Jews were killed in the Holocaust, most of whom came from
Qn6. Where did the D-Day invasions take place?
Qn7. Which of the following largely contributed to the Fall of France?
Qn8. For which of the following reasons did the United States decide to use an atomic bomb against Japan?
Qn9. Who was the prime minister of Great Britain during Germany’s attacks in 1940?
Qn10. The United States dropped two atomic bombs in Japan: one on the city of _ and the other on the city of _______________.

Writing Assignment #2: The Public Face of Mental Health

_Due: 11/27 (Postpone)
_ Please select one current news story from popular media and one current podcasr episode related to mental health(e.g., disparities, availability, stigma, delivery, access, utilization, effectiveness, quality, funding, policy). You may select one artucle and one podcast episode that are entirely different from one anoterh, or you may select two algned by one unifying themse. Provide a copy (or link to) each article and episode alongside your written reaction (refleection paper). APA-formatted papers should be 4-5 double-spaced pages, not including the title page and references page. You may prepare separate reactions to your two sources, or one reaction that includes reflections on both. Select one article or episode to share with you classmates ( You will have 5 minutes to introduce the main theme and questions raised by the article/episode). Be prepared to facilitate and contribute to discussion.
Question to consider:
Audience Segmentation: Who is the audience for the news story/episode you selected (e.g., demographics, who’s included, who’s missing); Who was the author/host? (e.g. Journalist, scientist, consumer)
Scientific communication: To What extent does the article/episode cite primary sources (i.e., academic journals) – to what extent is science accurately or mispresented? To What extent are findings contextualized in a broader scope of literature? To what extent would more (complete) information or less (complex) information be recommended toward informing readers?
Public Face of Psychology: What does the public take away from the news story/episode with regard to perceptions of psychology and. or mental health (health, education)? What is the reader/listener left with to inform decision making (e.g. about whether or not to seek mental health care; regarding stigma; understanding the causes or correlates or a disorder).

Discussion: Bacterial Vaginosis

Initial Post
In your initial post, answer all the questions and provide rationales for your answers with supporting evidence using APA formatting, integrate two evidence-based resources to include clinical practice guidelines as well as the course textbook.
Read the scenario and answer the following questions:
R.S. is a 32-year-old white woman who seeks treatment for a vaginal discharge that she has had for the past month. She is sexually active and has had the same partner for the past 6 months. She reports noticing odor, especially after sexual intercourse. Her history reveals that she has been using a commercial douche on a bi-weekly basis during the past year for hygienic purposes in an attempt to prevent vaginal infections, She denies any other associated symptoms.
The physical examination reveals a white vaginal discharge. Microscopic examination of the vaginal discharge shows clue cells, and the pH is 5.5
Diagnosis: Bacterial Vaginosis

  1. Lis specific goals of treatment for this patient
  2. What drug therapy would you prescribe? Why?
  3. What are the parameters for monitoring the success of the therapy?
  4. Discuss specific patient education based on the prescribed therapy.
  5. List one or two adverse reactions for the selected agent that would cause you to change therapy.
  6. What would be the choice for the second-line therapy? Provide rationale
  7. What OTC or alternative medications would be appropriate for this patient?
    Reply Posts
    Your response should be in a well-developed paragraph (300-350 words) integrating an evidence-based resource that is different than the one you used for the initial post.
    Respectfully agree and disagree with your peers’ responses and explain your reasoning by including your rationales in your explanation.

Please refer to the grading rubric for details on how this activity will be graded.
The described expectations meet the passing level of 80%. Students are directed to review the discussion grading rubric for criteria which exceed expectations.

One goal of this course is to help you understand and apply basic economic concepts to daily life. Part of
your role as an informed citizen involves making sound arguments about economic issues that matter to
you and communicating these arguments effectively to others. This assignment will give you practice
developing a convincing written argument about an economic issue for a general audience.


  1. On the Quercus module How to (Re-)Write an Op-Ed, watch the video How to (Re-)Write an Op-Ed,
    which builds on the videos you must have watched already — How To Read Critically and
    How to (Re-)Write an Abstract.
  2. Your assignment is to write an Op-Ed, which refers to the section of a print newspaper that is
    opposite the editorial page and devoted to opinion and commentary rather than straight news.
  3. Choose an article, editorial or opinion piece in a recent (published since 1 September 2022) online
    publication that involves a controversial mAcroeconomic issue that interests you. [You may NOT use
    any article discussed in lectures, abstracts, tutorials, or Economics Out There.] The economic issue
    can be Canadian or international.
  4. In response, write your own commentary in which you take a position on the issue,
    supporting your position by making an argument based on sound economic reasoning.
    • Complete the Draft/Revise/Edit stages for your Op-Ed (see How To (Re-)Write an Op-Ed)
    and submit your Draft 4 to peerScholar on Quercus by the 1st Deadline.
    • Provide feedback to classmates about their Op-Eds by the 2nd Deadline.
    • Incorporate your classmates’ feedback and submit a final draft on Quercus to both Ouriginal and
    peerScholar. On peerScholar, also include your reflection on what you learned from the writing
    and assessment process. Submit all by the 3rd Deadline.


• Your commentary must be 300-500 words or you will lose marks.
• Include right after your Op-Ed a word count (not including title) in parentheses,
e.g. “(490 words).”
• Submit your Op-Ed to peerScholar on Quercus by copying and pasting into a text box.

• Include right after your Op-Ed a word count (not including title) in parentheses,
e.g. “(490 words).”
• Submit your Op-Ed to peerScholar on Quercus by copying and pasting into a text box.
Rubric for Assessment
15 Strengths and weaknesses for each assigned paper, with specifics
10 Fair attempt but weak, lacking specifics
5 No real effort
0 Missed 20 January 2023 deadline, or did not attempt assessments
3) 3rd Deadline — 7 April 2023 (Friday ) — Your final submission and your reflection on what
you learned from the writing and assessment process. Final draft must be submitted
on Quercus to both peerScholar and Ouriginal. If you submit by this deadline, you receive
a maximum of 72 marks for the final draft (marked according to the rubric below) and a
maximum of 9 marks for the reflection (6 marks if missed assessments). If you miss this
deadline, you lose all 72 marks as well as the 9 marks for reflection. Avoid this fate by at least submitting your first draft the day this submission opens, the resubmitting a final draft.
Rubric for Reflection
9 Thoughtful and detailed, refers to peer comments, incorporated revisions
6 Fair attempt but lacking specifics — maximum if missed assessments
3 No real effort
0 No reflection


Your audience is the general reading public. Assume your audience has some education and
background in current affairs and understands basic economic concepts, but is not knowledgeable
about the details of economic theory or policy. In other words, you’ll need to explain any economic
concepts and specialized vocabulary in a way that keeps their interest and respects their intelligence.
Your audience is not the professor or the TAs. You need to write more like a journalist than an academic.


  1. You are writing for a public forum where other writers and readers can debate and comment on
    issues so you must present a clear, concise, and interesting argument that uses evidence to
    support your position
  2. Choose a catchy title to capture your audience’s attention and tell your reader what your main
    point is. Do this AFTER you’ve written a draft so you actually know what your point it. Read a
    few articles in The Economist to see examples of catchy titles.
  3. Make your main point early on: introduce your issue and point of view in your first paragraph.
    Unlike an essay you don’t need a long introduction.
  4. Organize your sentences into short paragraphs (about 3-5 sentences each): As this assignment
    is only 1-2 pages, you should have 3-6 paragraphs. Do not use one-sentence paragraphs.
  5. Make clear any economic reasoning on which your argument is based.
  6. Support each point with evidence whether in the form of a statistic, an example, or economic


The final draft of your op-ed will be evaluated on how well you make reasoned economic arguments
and write clearly, convincingly, correctly, and concisely. In addition, your participation in the peer
assessment and reflection processes is worth 24 of the 96 marks, based on the rubrics above for
assessment and reflection.
Here is a sample rubric that will be used in marking your final draft, worth 72 marks. A 0 – 100% scale
is rarely used for writing assignments, as it is impossible to discriminate that finely between papers.
Letter grades are more commonly used.
Since we have to integrate the score on this assignment with your other numerical scores, your grade
will be based on the marks you earn in each category of the rubric below. You will receive a numerical
mark (for Excellent, Good, Competent, Problematic) in each of the four categories, which will be added
to get a score out of 72 marks. For example, if you get the top (Excellent) score in each category, you
score will be (14+29+15+8 =) 66/72 = (92)%. If you get the second (Good) score in each category, your
score will be (12+24+12+7 =) 55/72 = (77)%. With the lowest score in each category, your score will be
(8+14+7+5 =) 34/72 = (47)%.