Goal 1: Objective 1: Within one year, Joe will read aloud accurately and fluently, using phonics and context clues to determine pronunciation and meaning in passages or texts on his independent reading level with 80% accuracy in 4 out of 5 attempts. b. Goal 1: Objective 2: Within one year, Joe will be able to give a summary of fictional stories, including all elements of a story structure (characters, setting, problem, events, solution), with 80% accuracy in 4 out of 5 attempts. c. Goal 2: Objective 1: Within one year,
“The Massachusetts Bay Colony Case Against Anne Hutchinson (1637)” being the primary source, while “Anne Hutchinson versus Massachusetts” being the secondary source, due to three of many differentiating factors. One of the few differentiating factors of a primary and secondary source is the time period. The time period in which a piece is written can greatly affect the credibility and dialogue of the script. Primary sources are often written during or close to an event or significant time in history, making the lingo and dialogue make more sense to a reader of that time period. Primary sources are also able to offer an inside perspective on things.
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.
Prior to analyzing human development through the scientific study, philosophers offered theories to explain age related differences observed in individuals of different ages. Many of these theories continue to influence the field of human development and many Western beliefs in practiced today, originated from those theories (Boyd & Bee, 2006). This paper will consider human development in the areas of prenatal, infancy, early childhood, middle childhood, adolescence, young adulthood, middle adulthood, and late adulthood. Developmental theories pertaining to the various stages of development will be explored as will the affect early stages have on later development. Finally, this future clinician will attempt to evaluate how the knowledge learned in this class will influence planning inventions in her specialization of clinical psychology.
Personality Assessment and Theories Cynthia Harding BEH/225 September 29, 2012 Serena Watts-Kumar, Instructor Personality Assessment and Theories “Personality refers to an individual’s unique pattern of thoughts, feelings, and behaviors that persists over time and across situations” (Morris & Maisto, 2010, p.359). There are four theories that explain different approaches to personality assessment. The four approaches are psychodynamic, humanistic, trait, and social learning. Personality is measured by psychologist with an assessment using four basic tools: personal interview, the objective tests, projective test, and direct observation of behavior. The different theories use different methods for assessing the personality.
Phineas Gage Paper Dana Greer February 18, 2012 PSY/360 Jason Lambert Many professionals have try to explain what parts of the brain are connected to cognitive functions. The brains rolling cognitive functions are very complex. Because of Phineas gages accident researchers were able to look deeper into cognitive functions. Cognition is considered the act or process of knowing that includes understanding, reasoning, recollection, awareness, language functions, and perception (Waldstein & Elias, 2003). There are four main sections of the brain with these four sections to each control different functions.
August 2010 - A recent updating of Abraham Maslow's iconic pyramid of needs by a team of psychologists including two from Arizona State University (ASU), published together with four commentaries in Perspectives on Psychological Sciences, concludes that factors involved in successful parenting, such as caring, feeding, nurturing and educating, are indicative of a profound pyschological need that merits placement at the top of the hierarchy. Maslow's concept of ordering human motivations dates from the 1940s. The current revision, which the authors acknowledge is controversial, takes into account developments in areas such as neuroscience, developmental psychology and evolutionary psychology. Lead author Douglas Kenrick, a professor of psychology at ASU explained: "It was based on some great ideas, several of which are worth preserving. But it missed out on some very basic facts about human nature, facts which weren't
Personality Theories Lancelot Palmer BEH/225 September 13, 2015 KAREN YARBER Personality Theories Every person has a personality, the only debate is whether we were born with it or it developed over a period of time and how much it is influenced by the environment. Defined in the dictionary as, “The combination of characteristics or qualities that form an individual's distinctive character.” Personality by this definition is what defines a person. There is many who practice psychology today. They have and indeed the world have been blesses with a solid foundation laid by the many psychologist who are now seen as pioneers in the field. Renown psychologist like Sigmund Freud, Carl Jung, Abraham Maslow and Carl R. Rogers are some of
home / homework help / questions and answers / social sciences / psychology / provide real-world examples for the following ... Question in Psychology Anonymous asked on November 28, 2013 Answers (2) Report abuse Provide real-world examples for the following types of intelligences as theorized by Gardner: verbal/linguistic, body-kinesthetic (movement), and logical/mathematical. Explain why each example represents one of the types of intelligence. Present some of the arguments critics have offered against Gardner's research. View comments (6) Answers (2) * * * Aniket285 answered this 11 minutes later Report abuse 585 answers • 27% Best Answer Multiple Intelligences Introduction to the Basic Theory The theory of multiple intelligences (MI) was first offered to the educational community by Harvard psychologist Howard Gardner (1983).
Do personality tests have a good contribution on recruitment? Personality test is a questionnaire, standardized and objective instrument designed to assess people’s character and psychology. The personality tests through a range of scenarios to predict what a person like, what would they likely to be and their preferences. There are some popular personality tests on the market such as IPAT Sixteen Personality Factor Questionnaire (16PF); Edwards Personal Preference Schedule; California Psychological Inventory; Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory (MMPI); HummWadsworth Temperament Scale; Kostick’s Perception and Preference Inventory and MyersBriggs Type Indicators (MBTI). In recent decades, personality tests are not only used on individual and relationship counseling, it is becoming popular in career planning and in job hiring process.