Open Response Essay for “The Lottery” In this unit you will be reading, analyzing, and responding to the short story “The Lottery” by Shirley Jackson (Open The Lottery Essay and The Lottery Essay Map). Using the 10-Step Process for Literacy: Writing, you will craft an essay that meets our learning objective. Because this process is heavily detail-oriented, Class Connect sessions are mandatory to ensure comprehension. If you are not able to attend live, make sure you watch the recordings each day. Learning Objective: CCSS.ELA-Literacy.W.8.1 Write arguments to support claims with clear reasons and relevant evidence.
Ashley Reuzenaar Professor Hickman English 111 05D 2 September 2015 Summary and Response Educational scholar Mike Rose authored I Just Wanna be Average excerpt from Lives on the Boundary, a semi biography of his high school experience in vocational education at Our Lady of Mercy. Our Lady of Mercy administers an assortment of tests for placement. The author’s assessment was switched with another student putting the author into vocational courses. Vocational courses
Explain each of your choices. Lewis and Clark http://www.pbs.org/lewisandclark/ Lewis and Clark Trail Heritage Foundation http://www.lewisandclark.org The Lewis and Clark Journey Log http://www.lewisandclarkexhibit.org/index_flash.html Lewis and Clark The National Bicentennial Exhibition http://www.lewisandclarkexhibit.org/index_flash.html Answer: (http://www.lewisandclarkexhibit.org/index_flash.html) Best organized http://www.lewisandclark.org a lot of useful information , easy to access , maps and notes. http://www.pbs.org/lewisandclark/ (9 points) Write a two or three sentence description for each website you selected in Question 1. Be sure to highlight its most informative features. Example: http://www.lewisandclark.org Lewis and Clark Trail Heritage Foundation This site keeps the Lewis and Clark Expedition alive in the modern world.
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• A copy of the summer assignment and rubric WILL BE posted on the MHS website, www.msd3.org/mhs. * Your summer assignment is due the first day of school. To ensure success, please follow the steps and directions below. 1. Read The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne.
This is good way to get answers from others especially if you’re like me and doing your training in childcare or other subjects. Communication is important when you answer questions. For me it is important to be able to answer questions my assessor or other professionals are asking me and to also explain about my work. There are lots of different ways to communicate. It is a very important key thing especially in childcare especially if you have a child with special needs.
28/04/2015 Kelly Freeman 3187/1.2Outline theories and models of professional supervision | Supervision theories and practices began emerging as soon as counsellors started to train other counsellors (Bernard & Goodyear, 2009). Several different theoretical models have developed to clarify and support counselling supervision. The focus of early models of supervision had generally been based on counselling theories (such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Adlerian or client-centered), but these orientation-specific models have begun to be challenged as supervision has many characteristics that are different to counselling. Competency as a counsellor does not automatically translate into competency as a supervisor, and when supervisee/supervisor orientations differ, conflicts may arise (Falender & Safranske, 2004). There are many different theories and models of professional supervision.
Gardner’s Seven Intelligences Howard Gardner states that his Seven Intelligences have been “developed to document the fact that human beings have very different kinds intellectual strengths”, which are helpful in helping people learn, especially with children. He further described that in education; if there were “only one kind of intelligence, we could teach everyone the same way and assess him or her in the same way, which would be fair,” but we do not all learn the same way. He also stated “anything can be taught in more than one way”. Gardner felt that teaching using various techniques and providing early feedback, would also help children and adults as they will be able to self assess and see what is working and what is not. He also felt that in order for people to truly learn and remember what they learn, they would need to become more “active” in the learning by “asking questions, do things hands on, to essentially re-create things in their own mind and transform them as is needed” they will remember the lessons for a longer period of time.
Validity and Reliability Several aspects of the research support its credibility. First, the authors give a good deal of background information on the various means of psychological assessment of children within several theoretical frameworks, including psychoanalytic, behavioral, cognitive, constructivist, cognitive-constructivist, and cognitive-behavioral. Johnson (1997) describes theory triangulation as "the use of multiple theories and perspectives to help interpret and explain the data." (p.283) Hamama & Ronen (2009) present the Project Summary Paper, A methodological review – David Ellis 3 theoretical framework in the beginning, offering it as rationale for seeking self-report from
AThe Centre of Therapy Essay Submission Sheet Date of Essay Submission- | Friday 10th February 2012 | Name of Essay- | Attachment Theory | Identification Number- | 2005 | This essay is going to give my own understanding and personal appreciation of the relevance of Attachment Theory to the formation and maintenance of relationships. In doing so, I will discuss the work of both John Bowlby and Mary Ainsworth which will help me explain how early relationships are predictive of lifelong interpersonal styles and I will appropriately identify and discuss the various attachment styles including my own. Furthermore this composition will explore the impact of the Attachment styles on the therapeutic alliance and Illustrates how attachment styles are expressed in terms of CBT with reference to the case formulation. Bowlby is credited as the father of Attachment Theory which assumes early experiences in childhood will have an important influence on development and behaviour in later life and our early attachment styles are established in childhood through the infant, caregiver relationship which in turn leads to internal working models which shape and influence the person’s thoughts, feelings and expectations in later relationships. Therefore these styles remain with us into adulthood effecting how we make and maintain relationships.