Women’s Health and Condition
The post is a combination of 3 asighnment
1 Women’s Health Research – Health Condition
2 Compare reading strategies for early years as well as KS1 reflecting on the design and underpinning pedagogy’
3 Notation and performance
Women’s Health and Condition
1. Prepare a 2–3 page paper based on the following structure and content:
a. A title page and a table of contents page
b. An introduction that identifies the condition you have selected
c. A background section that briefly discusses the important points on that condition and how men and women differ with respect to the condition.
d. An analysis that ties course material to a discussion on how society views the condition itself as well as similarities and differences in perceptions of how men
and women contract and cope with the condition.
For example, “pain” is one of the conditions listed in the table. A common stereotype exists that women handle pain better than men—consider the typical comment that
“if men had to endure the pain of childbirth, there would be fewer babies in the world.” On the other hand, men who react strongly to pain from injuries are often
chided with comments, such as “take it like a man” or “don’t be a sissy.” These comments can be tied back to the readings through sex and gender stereotypes and
e. A conclusion that summarizes the main points of your findings and reflect on what information, if any, surprised you in reading about the condition you selected.
f. A reference section that lists the website and the course material you used in preparing this assignment. Be sure to cite sources within your paper, using correct
Your work should be submitted in a Word document, 2–3 pages in length (excluding the title, the table of contents, and the references pages), typed double-space in 10
-point Arial or Times New Roman font. The page margins on the top, bottom, left side, and right side should be 1 inch each. Use APA guidelines for citing and
Keep the following points in mind:
1. The answers are complete and accurate.
2. Pertinent examples are given wherever necessary to better explain concepts.
Please review the material attachments and review the following websites:
Research on Conditions with Particular Relevance to Women, Pgs. 95 – 220
‘Compare reading strategies for early years as well as KS1 reflecting on the design and underpinning pedagogy’
Can you notice similarities in the reading strategies for each stage? Can you see differences between early years and KS1 reading strategies? (2000 words).
Compare reading strategies for early years as well as KS1 reflecting on the design and underpinning pedagogy’. Can you notice similarities in the reading strategies
for each stage? Can you see differences between early years and KS1 reading strategies? Include reference to theory, reading and research relating to
• unique needs and voice of children who speak English as an additional language
• environment and resources
• pedagogical approach and agenda
Notation and performance analysis
present work from a piece of notational analysis undertaken using Dartfish software relating to team passing networks. notate the passing networks for both England
and Wales during the first half. You need to identify the passes and the players, who passed/received the ball, according to their positions in the pitch and their
teams’ initial formation.
the PowerPoint presentation will covering the following topics:
• Understanding of the notation and performance analysis in team sports. Provide a historical context of notation analysis in team sports.
• Critical evaluation of the use of KPI’s and the Passing Network approaches. Provide a strong argument for the strengths and weaknesses of these two approaches and
identify the aim of your presentation to the panel.
• Proficient use of sports notation software (Dartfish). Describe how you have used Dartfish to do the notation of the match. You should demonstrate how you have
created your tagging panel, present it and explain how it was used for this particular assessment.
• Competence on data collection and analysis. Communicate your findings for both teams by identifying their passing patterns in the first half of the match. You should
identify the key players involved in the offensive process and their linkages within the team. Also, you should suggest interventions to the coach for the second half,
which should be based on the analysis, conducted in the first half, of your own team and the opponent team.
• Advanced skills in reporting and presenting data. Utilise Camtasia to demonstrate how you have used Dartfish; and Gephi to produce the diagrams of the passing
networks of the teams.