Create self-identified practicum goals to facilitate achievement of each of the four learning outcomes.
Under CO 3, identify a minimum of one additional objective to address professional growth regarding immunizations, which will serve as a special focus for discussion during Week 6 (refer to the week 6 Threaded Discussion assignment for specific requirements).
Develop a plan to meet the self-identified practicum goals. Include specific activities that will facilitate achievement of each established practicum goal.
Meet with the practicum mentor and instructor via teleconference, 3-way call, or other communication modality to review the practicum goals and activities outlined in the Learning Agreement.
Confirm approval of your Learning Agreement via practicum mentor signature on the Learning Agreement where indicated for Week 1.
There are three main factors which determined the significance of the Battle of Trafalgar. Firstly, the necessity of trade to Britain’s economy must be understood. Sailing ships were tasked with the movement of people, trade, exploration, and colonization. Some nations, especially especiallyEconomies including Britain’s, relied on trade and colonies because for subsistence as Britain was not self-sufficient in food or raw materials (Mather, 2014). In order to protect and maintain economic dominance at sea, military dominance was required due to competition. Another factor contributing to the significance of Trafalgar stems from the necessity for additional ships in the Royal Navy. The value of an individual first-rate ship of the line was colossal as the resources and time dedicated to the construction were economically draining. For instance, the HMS Victory took 6 years to build out of 6,000 trees, not including the 10 years of sea trials before being commissioned (Cavendish, 2009). Britain had been blockading France for 10 years at the time of Trafalgar without respite, which Braszak describes as “Ruinous to the ships” (Braszak, 2002). Britain began to have an inadequate supply of well-built ships – far fewer than Britain’s requirements to maintain a universal blockade. Consequently, most dockyards were fashioned for repairs, rarely building new ships. Britain needed a decisive battle to capture multiple enemy ships and commission them into the navy to maintain the depleting blockade. Finally, the significance of the Battle of Trafalgar was tied to the threat of a land invasion. The French admiral Villeneuve was returning to Europe from an expedition to the ‘New World’ to maintain order in the French and Spanish colonies in the Caribbean. (Lambert, 2004) In addition to hearing of the large French naval movement towards the English Channel, the British Admiralty received news that Napoleon was amassing his ‘Grande Armée’ on the French coast. The Admiralty understood that if the ‘Grande Armée’ was to combine with the Fre>GET ANSWER