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Human Civilization.

Human Civilization. Welcome to week 5 of your course. This discussion question will help you prepare for your CLA2 paper and final CLA2 PPT and as such will have a fair amount of detail. Read the CLA2 assignment listed in week 8 of the course. Then please provide an outline that itemizes the concepts that you will include in your CLA2 paper and final PPT. Please be sure to include concepts learned in the course and information (findings, conclusions) from your PA and CLA1 papers. Provide some brief details for each item that is outlined. Please keep in mind that you should have placeholders for material not yet covered in lecture from weeks 6 and 7. Here is an itemized list that summarizes the requirements of this DQ (include every item in the bullet point list below, or you will not receive full credit):

1. Outline that itemizes concepts learned in the course

2. Include information (findings, conclusions) from your PA and CLA1

3. Brief details for each item that is outlined

4. Placeholders for material not yet covered

This is CLA1:

From 3100 B.C.E. to 220 C.E., Mesopotamian, African, American, Indian, Chinese, Grecian and Roman civilizations flourished with developments that changed the world. As the regions grew, they developed complex processes and structures that were specific to their religious beliefs, social norms, and ethical needs. For this assessment, you will be comparing and contrasting these civilizations with special emphasis on their gods, social rulers, and social order.

In a digital format, you will create a presentation showcasing the differences and similarities between the regions. You are able to use any digital format you would like to create the presentation. There are many free programs available online that are movie makers, slide presentation format (a template is provided for this), or even a combination of multiple presentation styles. Your presentation should include photos, graphs, quotes, and/or video clips that show your synthesis of the coursework on the two regions and individual research you have completed. You should include at least three scholarly articles in your research and cite appropriately.

This is CLA2:

As you have learned in this course, ancient world civilizations and cultures have had great influence on modern society. Even those civilizations that have ceased to exist seem to have as great an influence on us as those who are still in existence. The Roman and Chinese empires are examples of cultures with significant impact. For this assignment, you will research these two civilizations in the time periods discussed in your textbook, focusing in on their most valued contributions, the fallout from their ancient decline, and how their influence is felt in the modern world. Your information should be delivered in a narrated slideshow/oral presentation and accompanying a 2-3 page paper. The slideshow should be approximately seven to ten slides. Examples include YouTube, Visme, and VoiceThread (all with free trials or student editions).

This is PA:

The ancient Greeks developed and influenced many aspects of human civilization that are still applicable to this date. For instance, the Greeks created the world’s first true democracy. According to Tesar & Locke (2017), democracy can be summarized as a government of the people, by the people, to the people with direct or indirect influence in leadership and have a system or representation that has periodically freely held elections. In Athens, leadership started with absolute monarchy, transformed over the years to oligarchy until it arrived at democracy. The Athenian democratic government consisted of 6,000 members of assembly and all of them were adult male citizens of Athens. There were votes on issues in the assembly and there was a requirement of a majority of the votes in order for a law to be passed. Currently, many nations apply democratic leadership, including the united states that uses representative democracy.

The single most important influence created by ancient Greeks is education. The Greeks influenced every aspect of early education that is still applicable and relevant today. For instance, according to Tountas (2019), the Greek invented the first human alphabet that became the first in the western sense of the world with distinct vowels and letters. This was the base where education started because people could use he alphabets to learn how to read and write what they speak and how they pronounce what they speak. The first Greek alphabet was in the order of Dark Ages and it had 24 letters just like the current alphabets with the order of Alpha and Omega. In fact, the word alphabet was derived from the first two letters of the Greek alphabet: alpha and beta.

Education is still the most important aspect of early human civilization invented by Geeks because they were the ones to properly define and create science and mathematics. Therefore, Greece is the birthplace of many great mathematicians as well as many famous scientists. According to Davidson (1898), Eratosthenes was the first mathematician to calculate the earth’s circumference. He did this through traditional mechanisms by comparing the altitude of the mid-day sun at different places. Eratosthenes is still the same person that calculated the earth’s axial tilting, making these attributes fall back to Greece. The famous Archimedes was also from Greece. In fact, Archimedes is viewed as the greatest mathematician of all time because he single-handedly created the modern geometrical theorems, calculus, and came up with the formulas of calculating the area of geometric shapes, including spheres and circles. Archimedes also came up with the accurate pie approximation as well as the design of effective pulleys and levers. Greece also had Hipparchus, a generally acknowledged scientist to be the greatest astronomer of antiquity. This is because Hipparchus created the first ever known model that depicted the true movement of the moon and the sun, and he is also the first person to predict solar eclipse in recorded human history.

From the above explanation, it is apparent that education has its roots in Greece. At least every person who has been to school learns mathematics and some bits of science. This is because the basic elements that are applicable in modern-day education have their roots in Greece, making Greece to be the motherland of education, an important aspect that everyone needs in order to survive in the contemporary society.

References

Davidson, T. (1898). The education of the Greek people and its influence on civilization (No. 28). Appleton.

Tesar, M., & Locke, K. (2017). The philosophy of education (p. 238). R. S. Peters (Ed.). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Tountas, Y. (2019). The historical origins of the basic concepts of health promotion and education: the role of ancient Greek philosophy and medicine. Health Promotion International, 24(2), 185-192.

Human development:

Welcome to week 5 of your course. This discussion question will help you prepare for your final CLA2 assignment and as such will have a fair amount of detail. Read the CLA2 assignment listed in week 8 of the course. Then please provide an outline that itemizes the concepts that you will include in your final CLA2 assignment. Please be sure to include concepts learned in the course and information (findings, conclusions) from your PA1 and CLA1 papers. Provide some brief details for each item that is outlined. Please keep in mind that you should have placeholders for material not yet covered in lecture from weeks 6 and 7. Here is an itemized list that summarizes the requirements of this DQ (include every item in the bullet point list below, or you will not receive full credit):

1. Outline that itemizes concepts learned in the course

2. Include information (findings, conclusions) from your PA and CLA1

3. Brief details for each item that is outlined

4. Placeholders for material not yet covered

This is CLA2:

A biography is a detailed description of a person’s life. It involves more than just

the basic facts like education, work, relationships, and death; it portrays a person’s

experience throughout his/her life.

For this last assessment, and taking into consideration the learning outcomes

proposed for this course as well as all the readings and discussions carried out the

last 8 weeks, you will write a biography of someone you admire.

Base your bio on the following aspects:

1. Describe the physical, cognitive, and psychosocial developments that took

place from birth to adolescence, and discuss the variances that may have

occurred.

2. Describe the physical, cognitive, and psychosocial developments that took

place from young adulthood to late adulthood, and discuss the variances

that may have occurred.

3. Explain how he/she coped with death and bereavement of others.

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4. Illustrate the common developmental problems that occurred at each stage

of his/her life, and discuss the ethical dilemmas this person faced from such

problems and their solutions.

5. Add any other information you find important to illustrate who this person

is/was.

For more information on how to write a biography, please visit:

https://www.infoplease.com/homework-help/homework-center-how-writebiography

This is PA1:

The biopsychosocial forces are issues that include, psychological, biological, and social factors and their complex interactions in understanding the life of an adult person as per their health, illness, and the delivery of health care. Starting with Biological forces, it encompasses all the genetic and all factors related to health of a person. Therefore, according to Reiser (2019), the biological forces provide set of boundary conditions and materials needed for growth and development of an individual. However, adults over the age of 23 years are past the normal biological growth stage and thus their bodies tend to develop according to the environment they expose themselves to or the things they take in either through eating, injection, or even through the mind. For my relative, he attested that there was a time when he had no job and he was eating very little to get a day to pass by. However, when he got a job in his late 20’s, he suddenly gained weight to the extent that he had to go to the gym to indulge in physical exercise to reduce his weight. This showed that after the growth stage is passed, the body development depends on the characteristic of the person.

Psychological forces are second in line and they include all the internal cognitive, perceptual, emotional, and personality factors. According to Rice & Vestal (2018), the psychological forces define the characteristics of a person and the factors that are related to the influence of their behaviors. People who are psychologically stable tend to have a peaceful and healthy life since they have little to keep worrying about. In fact, research has shown that people with stable psychological minds tend to live longer than the people whose psychology has been troubled. My relative attested that at one point during his youth, he had a heartbreak from his beloved girlfriend and it took him down psychologically. He could not read, he could not watch, he could not eat and he certainly could not work well. This is because he had been disturbed mentally and he had to take time to recover from his heartbreak before things turned to normal again.

The sociocultural forces ae third in line within the biopsychosocial spectrum and they include all the societal, interpersonal, cultural, and ethnic factors. According to Finnegan (2016), these forces have a high likelihood of affecting a person’s life permanently because people tend to become what they are surrounded with and may cling to whatever they were raised up to for the rest of their lives. For instance, the relative lived in a culture that depicted that a man was the head of a house and he had to bear everything in life for himself. Their culture depicted that men are meant to suffer and bear the pain no matter what circumstances and they should not go about ratting their pain to other people. This has affected his life interaction almost permanently such that whenever he is faced with depression or anxiety, he keeps things to himself rather than seek help.

The fourth biopsychosocial force is the life-cycle forces which is a reflection of how the events affect people at different ages (Rice & Vestal (2018). For instance, when someone is young, they get thrilled by some issues like Christmas and other child stuff but as they grow older, they begin to realize that some events have no magnitude as they used to be when they were kids. For instance, the relative I interviewed claimed that when he was younger, he used to think that life was perfect, flawless and fun because everyone around him used to smile at him and give him any present he/she had. However, as he grew up, he realized that the adult world was in fact full of rootedness and the most surprising thing is that people were swimming in the rot and celebrating it.

Reference

Finnegan, A. (2016). The biopsychosocial benefits and shortfalls for armed forces veterans engaged in archaeological activities. Nurse education today, 47, 15-22.

Reiser, M. F. (2019). Implications of a biopsychosocial model for research in psychiatry. Psychosomatic Medicine.

Rice, F. P., & Vestal, L. B. (2018). Human development: A life-span approach.

This is CLA1:

This paper focuses on the comparison of chapter eight (Rites of Passage: Physical and Cognitive Development during Adolescence) and nine (Moving into the Adult Social World: Socio emotional Development in Adolescence) with the radio diaries of adolescents. There are the experiences written by the adolescents on the Teenage Diaries of National Public Radio. From the year 1996, the Adolescent Diaries group has provided recordings from adolescent people throughout the nation. People attend meetings, have audio records, and tape the qualities of the daily story, regularly getting longer than thirty hours of fresh tape over time, published within documentaries promoting on NPR’s Only Information Considered. And the chapter 8 and 9 are among my course of this semester.

We will focus on the points like what cognitive and physical improvements happen throughout puberty what transformations take place throughout adolescence, what is required for optimal growth throughout puberty and how do teenagers turn from kids concerning their views on ethical problems. As per the views mentioned in chapter eight on the topic of puberty is that puberty has two kinds of physical differences that indicate the passage from adolescence to adolescent adulthood. The body changes in adolescence include:

• Growth explosion

• Physical maturation

• Growth of testes and breasts

Ladies typically begin their adulthood streams at the age of eleven and boys begin their adulthood streams at the age of thirteen. Reproductive maturation further takes spot throughout adolescence. Main sex features are physical symptoms of development rapidly connected to the generative organs. Subsequent sex features are visible symptoms of development not instantly connected to the generative organs.

• In girls, the widening of the pelvis and the fullness of breasts are the symptoms of puberty.

• In boys, the growth of facial hair and widening of arms are among the symptoms of puberty.

• In both girls and boys, the hair on the body, differences in voice, and variations in the skin are among the symptoms of puberty.

As per the experience of Emily who is 16 years old, she always wanted to older. According to her the teenage life is fantastic as coolest part of a life. What I have listened to Emily’s life experience on the puberty when she started growing up, I get one very important thing that she was very excited and waiting to be young or be older. Now, this thing is very clear to me that in the books that puberty have two kinds of physical differences that indicate the passage from adolescence to adolescent adulthood and the body changes in adolescence include growth explosion, physical maturation, and growth of testes and breasts, the real experience of a girl can be very different. As Emily experienced like the widening of the pelvis and the fullness of breasts are the symptoms of puberty. She began her adulthood streams at the age of eleven and the reproductive maturation further takes spot throughout adolescence. Main sex features are physical symptoms of development rapidly connected to the generative organs. She also observed that she continue to grow in puberty including the fullness of breasts and the growth explosion. The starts of Emily’s period are approximately at the age of thirteen.

in the chapters of this course, “Rites of Passage: Physical and Cognitive Development during Adolescence” and “Moving into the Adult Social World: Socio emotional Development in Adolescence,” I learned that what creates the physical differences that happen throughout adolescence and I learned that pituitary gland delivers adulthood hormone and signs different organs to discharge hormones. The physical differences that happen throughout adolescence also include genetic impacts, for instance, the age of a mother of menarche is similar to the life of her child will encounter it. The physical differences that happen throughout adolescence also include environmental factors, which include sufficient nourishment and health care effect adolescence to happen earlier, and menarche happens early in a girl with constant anxiety.

According to the coursebook, adolescents have to utilize experimentation to create their individual personalities, which also observed in many experiences of adolescents recorded in the Teenage Diaries of National Public Radio. Teenagers frequently proceed by various steps on their way to make their own personalities, and it is also very important. I learned and can compare this personality making in the experience of Nick. Nick chronicles a tumultuous time in life. Nick’s age was 15 and he dislikes school, although anyhow he needs to learn to make supporters or friends.

I observed from the story of Nick and the topic of personality making and identities among people as a teenager or a new grownup that a focus of a teen should on her own emotions and actions in the process of Adolescent egocentrism. This is frequently described through an imagined public that the faith that their companions are continually observing them. Intimate fable is also important to create own identity and personality which includes a faith that their personal actions and liveliness are different and no person has ever seemed like this before. The illusion of security is also important to create own identity and personality which includes a feeling that disaster only appears to others.

Like Nick teenagers of around 15 years old should know that who can help them to make and understand the new personalities and identities.

• Companions, particularly friendly, reliable fellows.

• More general social setting that adds restrictions of failing.

• Parents, particularly when parents are free for the conversation and support their kids to investigate various possibilities.

• Character, particularly openness and agreeability to practice.

As per my learning on the comparison of the book’s content and the life experiences of the teenagers that self-esteem normally supports at the beginning of puberty. Seldom teenagers do fall as kids adapt to new institutions and a new social group as Nick did. Self-esteem converts further differentiated in puberty. Various steps of self-esteem for social communications, academics, and physical difficulties are also important. Social part also more complicated and differentiated in the teenager’s life and these are important to be focused.

I have understood that by the comparison of different experiences that most teenagers have in confident relations with their parents, the growing self-sufficiency of teenagers does improve the relationship between parents and a child. I have also learned that it is normally among people related to demand and physical attractiveness. I have also learned that faith and kindness become more powerful in relations as teens grow and healthy teenager connections compared with satisfying grown-up relationships. I have also learned that boys lead to view sex as more recreational and girls lead to see sex as a representation of emotion and love, as mentioned in some experiences of teenagers’ boys and girls.

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