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Tutor profile: Brooke A.

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Subject: Public Health

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In assessing a community's needs on a public health topic, what does KAP stand for, and how does it help develop health education interventions? Give an example for each.

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Knowledge - understand what a community already knows about a topic. For example, ask community members to list ways malaria can be prevented. Then, interventions can target knowledge gaps. Attitude - any beliefs surrounding a topic. For example, understanding a community believes one cannot get malaria if they are of a certain religion. Now, fear or discriminatory attitudes around a disease are apparent. Practices - people's actions surrounding a topic. For example, the frequency people sleep under a mosquito net. Then, if this were to be discovered as not a common practice, it could be a promoted practice.

Subject: Writing

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What is an effective outline for an argumentative essay?

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1. Introduction which includes a thesis statement 2. Evidence to support the thesis statement, three paragraphs with a reason for your argument and evidence in each 3. The anticipated counter-argument and response to the argument 4. Conclusion

Subject: Literature

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After reading To Kill a Mockingbird, what three adjectives would use to describe Atticus? And why?

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Courageous, because he remains undaunted in defending Tom Robinson despite it being unpopular with his community. Empathetic, because Atticus defends Robinson with a deep sense of care toward the man, while others vilify Robinson. Moral, because whether it is in his case or with his children, Atticus always calls people to pursue what is right and kind to others.

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