These five areas became known as the five “pillars” of reading instruction and the cement that held these pillars up was scientific evidence-based research. (Cassidy, p644) This essay will introduce, define and describe the five pillars of reading. It will provide an explanation of how the five pillars are integrated in a balanced approach to reading, and the effectiveness of this approach will be discussed. The pillars and the scientific research that supports them have deeply influenced elementary reading instruction in this decade. (Cassidy, p646) (*check these) 3 large scale reviews in last 10 years tells us a lot about how we should teach literacy: •National Reading Panel (NICHHD, 2000) •National Inquiry into the Teaching of Literacy (DEST, 2005) •Independent Review of the Teaching of Early Reading in the UK (Rose, 2006) The essay will then continue to look at how each of the five pillars are taught in conjunction with the Australian Curriculum’s Year One English content, and will address the importance of explicit teaching of components, and varying classroom instructional procedures.
University of Phoenix Material Group Communication Theories Matrix Communication Theories Matrix Instructions: Complete the following matrix by filling in the box for each of the five communication theories with the following four items: the theory definition, the main principles of the theory, a real-world theory example, and an application of each theory to virtual communication. | |Theory definition |Main principles of the theory |Real-world theory example |Application of each theory to | | | | | |virtual communication | |Social Exchange Theory | According to the text Social |The main principle of this theory |I worked with a team a few years |This theory could be applied to | | |Exchange Theory “relationships can|is that “rewards are pleasurable |back that the rewards of working |Learn Teams, as the rewards of the | | |be described in terms of their |outcomes associated with |with the team were great. We |social exchange would be getting | | |rewards and cost, profits and |particular behaviors; costs |worked well together, some of us |good grades and assignments turned | | |losses” (Beebe & Masterson, pg. |include such things as mental |even started meeting up for coffee|in on time. The costs would be team | | |41).
His theories on attachment and on maternal deprivation have been some of the most influential writings on the topic. Bowlby worked for many years as a child psychoanalyst so was clearly very influenced by Freud’s theories and child development. However, he also liked the work of Lorenz on the innate nature of bonds through imprinting and combined these two very different ideas to produce his own evolutionary theory of attachments. Bowlby believed that attachment is innate and adaptive. We are all born with an inherited need to form attachments and this is to help us survive.
(50%) My 2 catagorys Professor: Konya Cipul-Weber Date 25 July 2012 In this paper, I will discuss the differences between a high involvement purchase and a low involvement purchase. I will apply what I have read and believe I understand from the module one background reading materials and PowerPoint presentations while I talk about my two purchases. I have chosen underwear (low involvement) and computer Software (high involvement). Using the five stage model of the Purchase
The Psychoanalytic Approach to Psychology Angela Agcaoili PSY/250 March 27, 2012 Tracy A. Keaton, MS, LPC, NCC The Psychoanalytic Approach to Psychology While Sigmund Freud, Alfred Adler, and Carl Jung may not be the forefathers of psychology, their theories are still very well-known and discussed among current students of the field, psychologists and even laymen. Their contributions to the field of psychology, especially the psychology of personality, are innumerable, and while we have learned much more and some of their views have been disproven, they have taught us much about the field. Some of their theories are similar and there are also some obvious differences. Carl Jung was a fan of Sigmund Freud and sent him a copy of his book in 1906. After this, the two men became close friends and studied and worked together for several years.
Parenting vs. Disciplining The proper way to discipline has been a major topic in discussions, from classrooms to laboratories to the judicial system, in our nation for many years. This author, David Bornstein, voices his opinions on positive parenting. He provides statistical and factual information on the effects and benefits of positive parenting. He talks of the Triple P program to great lengths in the part of the article. This helps the readers to better understand the insides and out of a programs aimed at teaching parents effective parenting.
In the contemporary computer dominated era, digital presentations have become a prevailing component in information presentation for both business and educational settings. Microsoft PowerPoint is a tool that has long been used for instruction. Whether teaching a class or giving a talk in front of colleagues, this slide-based technology has been the standard go to for presenting your information in an organized fashion. PowerPoint has also been the subject of much criticism. Although PowerPoint promises much in terms of delivering content efficiently and offering attractive and dynamic presentations, some critics allege that a frequent outcome is a vacuous monotony.
9/10/11 Archetypes Most of the people that I come in contact with everyday fit in with a certain fictional archetype. Some of the most commonly seen archetypes in people are the epic heroes, the reluctant heroes, the sages, and the villains. The epic hero is a person who has multiple good virtues. Epic heroes have a lot of skill, and put them to use to help others. One example of a fictional epic hero is Harry Potter.
Nguyen Nguyen Psychology 300 Prof. Blomberg Psychology in my life My interest in Psychology flashed when I moved to the United States three years ago. I love psychology because of its connection to real life. In each interaction that I have with someone, I see the opportunity to continually apply psychology ideas .As an introspective person, I am fascinated by cognitive science, especially metacognition. With metacognition, there are almost infinite answers to why one thinks the way they do, each derived from a different school of psychology. Psychology is an interdisciplinary field, in and of itself .You can take any situation and look at it from a hundred different perspectives, because there are so many variables to be examined.
Name and surname(s): Anna Gräfin von Westarp Login: MEFPMTFL1241293 Group: 2013-02 Date: August 26th, 2013 SUBJECT RESIT: METHODOLOGICAL APPROACHES INDEX Index ……………………………………………………..2 Question 1………………………………………………..3 Question2.………………………………………………..5 Question 3 ………………………………………………6 Conclusion……………………………………………….8 Bibliography ………………………………………….8 Question [pic][pic]1.- There are various statements in this text which are extremely questionable, depending on your own personal view of language learning. For example, the text says, “...the chart....can serve as a basis for lively questions and discussions....” Why might this be ‘questionable’? The use of charts and tables has been accepted in EFL teaching over the years and is a material widely used by teachers in their classes. In fact as the saying goes: A picture, or chart in this case, is worth 1000 words. The use of charts require that we, as teachers or learners, throw away information and focus on what is really essential.