Practice Essay Topics

English Transformation Practice Essay

Composers often use different methods to portray similar ideas to their audience. How have the two texts you have studied reflect the same ideas in different ways? Shakespeare’s Taming of the Shrew and Jill Junge’s 10 Things I Hate about You are examples of where composers have used different methods to portray similar ideas to their… View Article

Skills practice

There are many safety aspects that need to be considered when designing a training programme. A warm up is very important as it increases the blood flow, stimulates the level of activity and decreases the risk of injury and also may well help one concentrate better on the activity being performed. It also helps to… View Article

Effective practice

Read case study and set out a programme of intervention based on the principles of ‘What Works’. Include awareness of theoretical background to effective practice, programme design, including evaluation and methods of intervention. When considering to assess and address offending behaviour there exist a variety of methods of interventions, which are adopted as a means to reduce… View Article

Sport at School Should Not Be Compulsory

Sport at school should NOT be compulsory. Sports training and PE take up time that could be better spent learning other subjects, and PE and Sport are not as important as other subjects like maths, science etc. It is also my belief that it students should have the right to choose whether or not we… View Article

Sport in school

Sport at school should NOT be compulsory. Sports training and PE take up time that could be better spent learning other subjects, and PE and Sport are not as important as other subjects like maths, science etc. It is also my belief that it students should have the right to choose whether or not we… View Article

Transference, Counter Transference, and Dependence

Abstract             Professional practice and academic research are the reliable sources of numerous examples transference, counter transference, and dependence. These categories comprise numerous characteristics and notions, and should be considered within the ethical issues’ context.             Introduction             The examples of transference, counter transference, and dependence are not rare in any… View Article

Unusual Practice Essay

In this essay, we try to study the unusual practice, which is found in United States of America. Recently, there has been great increase in desire to wear some ornaments in parts of the body like tongue. This practice is referred as oral body art. However, this is done by piercing some parts of the… View Article

Vocational Education and Training Needs Analysis

Training methods used to stimulate learning can be classified in three ways, one of which is • CONFERENCES • LECTURES • ON-THE-JOB TRAINING • INTELLIGENT TUTORING 2. In evaluating training programs, it is important to distinguish _____ from data-collection methods. • ORGANIZATIONAL PAYOFFS • COST-BENEFIT ANALYSIS • INDIVIDUAL PARTICIPATION • TARGETS OF EVALUATION 3. The… View Article

Student Council

To our honorable principal, Mrs. Dianne Derla Atlas, to our hardworking school administrator, Mr. Raymond Go, to our lovable Student Council Adviser, Mrs. Christine Campana Go, to our faculty and staff and to my fellow collegians, a pleasant afternoon to all of you. I’m Marichelle Lubigan, a III- St. Luke student, under the supervision of… View Article

Social Work Practice

This is a screen play written by Michael Brooke in 1995 of two cross dressers who has won a New York Drag Queen contest. Ms. Vida Boheme biblically known as Patrick Swaynze and Noxeema Jackson Wesley Snipes begin a road trip to Hollywood California. As they begin their road trip they are persuaded to take… View Article

Evidence-based Versus Outcome-focused Practice

In many professions like medicine, psychology, education and psychiatry, outcome-focused practice and evidence-based practice are frequently used among other approaches. Due to lack of evidence-based information, the knowledge that many practitioners have been using is the knowledge that has build up from experience and it has not been researched on, to prove the validity of… View Article

Nursing Theorist Grid

1. Theorist Selected: Florence Nightingale 2. Description of key points of the theory: Components of Nightingale’s philosophy, now recognized as a theory, are Environment, Person, Health, and Nursing (Bolton, 2010). Nightingales’ Canons are as follows: Ventilation, and warming-“Keep the air he breathes as pure as the external air, without chilling him” Health of houses- “Five… View Article

Ideology, Policy, and Practice

Through the prism of juvenile justice, Feld (2003) discusses the historical and contemporary roots of liberalism and conservatism as they affect criminal justice in the United States. Summarize these historical roots and comment on their impact on contemporary criminal justice. Does Feld’s article reflect an ideological bias? If so, what is it and why do… View Article

Evidenced based practice

This paper discuses a research proposal on the above topic. Study on the effectiveness on the bone marrow transplant is essential to determine the best practice possible to revive patients back to health. The study will review on the literature available for the topic and discuss the current practice. The study will consider authoritative literature… View Article

Incorporate into Nursing Practice

Customs and traditions based on culture are practices, actions or way of doing things that have existed for a long time. These practices are often believed to have a benefit, in the case of female circumcision, it is believed that a woman who is circumcised become a better wife in that it limits the possibility… View Article