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Psychodynamic Learning Theory: Experiential Learning Theory 1. Two research art

Psychodynamic Learning Theory: Experiential Learning Theory
1. Two research articles from 1997 to current: Name, Summarize, Reference
2. One additional current study addressing the importance of cultural competence in clinical supervision as it relates to your assigned topic.
3. Illustrate a minimum of three examples of each theory
4. Literature sources must be researched and cited on each page

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Humanities : Speech

Psychodynamic Learning Theory: Experiential Learning Theory 1. Two research art

Psychodynamic Learning Theory: Experiential Learning Theory
1. Two research articles from 1997 to current: Name, Summarize, Reference
2. One additional current study addressing the importance of cultural competence in clinical supervision as it relates to your assigned topic.
3. Illustrate a minimum of three examples of each theory
4. Literature sources must be researched and cited on each page

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Humanities : Speech

I need an topic for my speech presentation.

Hello,
I need an topic for my speech presentation.
It should be about some excellent topic which is would be beneficiary for human body. But it should not be about sport or gym, yoga classes. Is there any idea to creat outline work topic?

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Humanities : Speech

The truth is that most bacteria are not something to be washed away.

Hello, I need help with my H/w
“Development of relationships between male and Female”.
1) Specific purpose
2) Central idea and
3) List of main points of speech.
     
It should not be an essay.
For example like this
Specific Purpose: To inform my audience about the role of
beneficial bacteria in our bodies and in the environment.
Central Idea:  Beneficial bacteria are crucial to
human health
and to the health of our environment.
Introduction
1. Hold up your hand and look closely.
A. You can’t see them, but millions of creatures-
bacteria-are living there.
B. You’ve been taught to scrub off those bacteria in the
sink.
C. That’s fine advice-but only up to a point.
I. The truth is that most bacteria are not something to be
washed away.
III. Dr. Martin Blaser states in his book Missing Microbes
that bacteria are vital to human life and to the world in
general.
IV. I learned about the importance of bacteria in my biology
class, and I did additional research for this speech.
V. Today, I’d like to inform you about some of the ways
beneficial bacteria help our bodies and our environment.
(Transition: Let’s start by looking at the beneficial bacteria
inside us.)