Part I: The Case Study link below is for the Case Study 3. Read and study the ca

Part I: The Case Study link below is for the Case Study 3. Read and study the case and address each of the questions at the end of the study. In addressing each of the questions, create a Power Point presentation to include the following:
– Problem
– Identify and describe alternative solutions
– Justify your recommendations for EACH question
Part II:  In addition to the Power Point presentation, a 10-15 minute video will be required using Kaltura if possible, or use Youtube or the video uplink in PowerPoint or even you iPhone video. In this video you will summarize your findings from your Powerpoint. This part of the assignment will provide the visual presentation of the case study. 
Instructions: Attach two files to the Case Study #3 assignment: 1) Power Point presentation (.ppt or .pptx file) and 2) Kaltura video. To access Kaltura, click on the “Insert Stuff” icon on the toolbar of the Comments Box at the bottom of this screen.
Now, if you have trouble with Kaltura, you can use Youtube of any other video method. The point is to show you presenting your slides to the class. And just don’t read the words on the slides. Talk about what each slide means

In 450-500, provide a brief statement of a biblical approach to work based on co

In 450-500, provide a brief statement of a biblical approach to work based on course readings and class discussion. An effective summary will not simply be various phrases copied and pasted from materials. An effective statement should provide a succinct but thorough summation of your readings and findings. 
In the same discussion, in 250-300 words, apply this material to your own life. You may be a full-time or part-time employee, a stay-at-home parent, or a student. Whatever your situation, these materials can be applied to your life. Take the principles discussed in your summary and apply them to your life. Have these materials changed your perspective on your work? What aspects of a biblical understanding of work are you already putting in practice? What areas could you change or improve?

 This week, we examine God’s purpose and vision for family. Taking what you lear

 This week, we examine God’s purpose and vision for family. Taking what you learned this week, write a 300-350 word reflection on your own family experience. This reflection can focus on your marriage, your parents (biological, adopted or foster), siblings, etc. Be sure to connect your personal reflection to material studied this week. For example, you could discuss your marriage in light of what you learned about marriage as a covenant versus a contract. Or you could discuss how to be a more loving sibling in light of what you learned about the Trinity. For details on grading, please review the rubric for this assignment 

  Kate Chopin In a sense The Awakening is a story about rebellion of a quiet sor

 
Kate Chopin
In a sense The Awakening is a story about rebellion of a quiet sort, a coming of awareness that compels a young person to seek escape from a social world that can never seem other than a deathtrap. Margaret Fuller heads for Italy and revolution; Huck lights out for the territory; Ishmael “quietly take[s] to the ship”; and Thoreau moves a mile out of Concord for a couple of years, to try a life of partial solitude. Edna’s rebellion, however, leads to self-destruction, to drowning ambiguously in the Gulf—rather than a longer, slower drowning on shore.
In Chopin’s quest to present Edna’s entrapment, despair, and (possible) suicide from her own point of view—a journey that leads through illicit sex and eventually into a deeper sort of solitude in which sexuality seems to be transcended or left behind—she uses the technique of shifting the narrative center. 
Why do you think Chopin does not allow Edna to rise up at any point and speak her own mind completely and clearly, to anyone else, or even to herself? Could this be the very heart of the oppression that she experiences, an oppression so complete as to deny the victim a full sense of her own predicament? Choose two or three moments where Edna seems on the verge of that kind of recognition or utterance and discuss how these moments work in the novel. (6 pts)