Post your response to the following: After reading Can You Help Me with This Student? on pp. 156-157, how could you, as Juan’s teacher, provide him emotional and instructional support?
Consider the following before responding: Have you ever experienced a lack of success despite how much effort you put into succeeding? Do you think you would have benefited from receiving emotional support during the ordeal? Do you remember seeking comfort or help?

ANSWER

Juan's teacher can provide him emotional support by talking to him, with his parents present, and letting him know he isn't alone, while reassuring him that some students face the same obstacles he is having but can overcome them with hard work and dedication. I feel expressing to him that you will be there to help him every step of the way will help him gain confidence to overcome the obstacles he is facing and let him know he can depend on a teacher for help, now and in the future.

I believe such words of encouragement will reassure Juan that he can count on with the assistance of other people, including his family and his teachers. The teacher can provide instructional support by giving Juan's parents guidance on how to help him at home. Building a strong foundation of trust will help Juan succeed and give him confidence.

Also, something that isn’t frequently mentioned is that the teacher can also listen to suggestions Juan’s parents might have. After all, the best results can occur when there is active participation from the home and the school at the same time. It shouldn’t only be the teacher’s responsibility to help Juan; Juan’s parents can and should be asked to offer suggestions on how to be of assistance to their child.

DQ #2

Post your response to the following: After reading Can You Help Me with This Student? on p. 222, why do you think Ms. Hodges is apprehensive about Ernest being in her classroom? Which educational practices that she is already...

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Synopsis of Tyler Denton / Student Profile
Due—Date—July 28, 2013
Class—AED/ 222
Instructor—Dr. LaShonda Reid
Synopsis of Tyler Denton / Student Profile
Tyler Denton is a young boy ready to start the first grade at his local School. The first grade teacher is Mrs. Preston. Tyler is like other young boys in that he likes to play and he always seems happy. In this respect school will be no problem. However Tyler has started to show signs of having Asperger’s Autism. Since he is just starting elementary school intervention plans may be necessary. These will involve Tyler’s parents Ellie and Brent Denton.
Tyler has many wonderful characteristics. He likes to play a lot. A large part of his time is spent play acting, i.e., pretending that he is someone else. Related activities that Tyler enjoys are singing and dancing. These interests are obviously related to the fact that he has a brilliant imagination. The imagination is so brilliant that sometimes he forgets where he is. This does get him into a lot of trouble. Tyler also likes physically oriented activities. He loves to go to the playground to use the equipment.
In addition he enjoys soccer and karate. However, he typically is a loner in these activities. When Tyler reads it is usually about animals. In any of these mentioned activities Tyler loses focus very quickly. Part of that is due to the fact that he gets side tracked very easily. It may be...

...Tommy Martin is finding it hard to interact with other children and his educators at school. He is in grade 4 now and has had this problem since kindergarten. He lacks interest in the classroom and he is difficult to work with. Often times he is sent to the principal’s office because of inappropriate behavior. He does not keep friend for lengthy periods of time. He is physically aggressive and very emotional, even about seemingly innocuous things. He does not like sympathy during these emotional times. Frequently he behaves like he is depressed. During these depression episodes he tends to stay by himself. He has a difficulty understanding and subsequently remembering material taught in class. NOTES: He lacks interest in the classroom and often-times he is sent to the principal’s office for bad behavior. He does not keep friend for lengthy periods of time. He is physically aggressive and very emotional, even about seemingly innocuous things. Frequently he behaves like he is depressed. During these depression episodes he tends to stay by himself. Tommy’s academic studies are in decline.
EBD is Correct! Tommy is physically aggressive, does not follow instructions, likes to keep to himself, is always nervous, and has difficulty interacting with his peers. Effective Practices that might work for Tommy • Give him his own work and compliment him in public for work well done. • Try to communicate with him at some level and make every effort to make the communication a...

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Two-Variable Inequalities
John Q. Student
MAT 222Week2 Assignment
Instructor’s Name
Date
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Two-Variable Inequalities (title required on first line)
Continuing last week’s topic of functions and relationships between variables, this
week’s work examines a practical application of two-variable inequalities. As the name implies,
there are independent and dependent variables, as well as graphic representations of the
solutions. Because of the inequality, the graphs and solutions demonstrate a range of possible
answers that would work in the given situation.
This problem is similar to #68 on page 539 (Dugopolski, 2012) for purposes of
demonstrating the math needed for this writing assignment. A shipping container can carry
maximum of 125 sofas and no recliners, or maximum of no sofas and 275 recliners. Study the
graph and write an equation to fit the line. Pretend the triangle region is shaded in and change the
equation to an inequality describing this region.
The diagram is showing the sofas on the x axis and the recliners on the y axis. There are
two points on the graph, (275, 0) and (0, 125), so we can compute the slope of this line.
The slope is...

...Algebra 222week 3 Quiz
CLOSE WINDOW
Week 3: Radicals and Rational Exponents, Date Submitted: 10/16/2014
1. Simplifying a sum or difference of radical expressions: Multivariate
Simplify as much as possible.
+8y48w3w3wy2
Assume that all variables represent positive real numbers.
You answered correctly:
33wy3w
2. Rationalizing the denominator of a radical expression
Rationalize the denominator and simplify.
611
You answered:
6611
Your answer is incorrect.
The correct answer is:
6611
3. Solving a radical equation that simplifies to a linear equation: One radical, basic
Solve for
u
, where
u
is a real number.
=+u96
If there is more than one solution, separate them with commas. If there is no solution, click on "No solution".
You answered correctly:
=u 27
4. Solving an equation using the odd-root property: Problem type 2
Solve
=−−w83240
where
w
is a real number.
Write your answer in simplified radical form.
You answered correctly:
=w+ 8233
5. Rational exponents: Negative exponents and fractional bases
Simplify. Write your answers without exponents.
=32−4/5
=1/81−34
You answered correctly:
32−4/5
=
1/16
1/81−34
=
27
6. Simplifying a radical expression with two variables
Simplify.
27x7w10
Assume that all variables represent positive real numbers.
You answered correctly:
3w5x33x
7. Simplifying a product involving square roots using the distributive property:...

...Algebra 222week 4 Quiz
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Week 4: Quadratic Equations and Functions, Date Submitted: 10/26/2014
1. Finding the roots of a quadratic equation with leading coefficient 1
Solve for
y
.
=+y2−3y40
If there is more than one solution, separate them with commas. If there is no solution, click on "No solution."
You answered correctly:
=y− 4,1
2. Finding the roots of a quadratic equation with leading coefficient greater than 1
Solve for
v
.
=2v2+3v2
If there is more than one solution, separate them with commas. If there is no solution, click on "No solution."
You answered correctly:
=v− 2,-1/2
3. Completing the square
Fill in the blank to make the expression a perfect square.
+−w26w
You answered correctly:
+−w26w 9
2x2 - 7x+1=0
You answered correctly:
x =7+41/4, 7-/41/4
4. Applying the quadratic formula: Exact answers
Use the quadratic formula to solve for
x
.
2x2-7x-1=0
You answered correctly:
x =7+41/4, 7-41/4
5. Writing a quadratic equation given the roots and the leading coefficient
Write the quadratic equation whose roots are
−1
and
3
, and whose leading coefficient is
2
.
(Use the letter
x
to represent the variable.)
The correct answer is:
2x2−4x-6=0
6. Discriminant of a quadratic equation
Compute the value of the discriminant and give the number of real solutions of the quadratic equation.
=+−2x2−2x30
You...

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Two Variable Inequalities
Kristine Heckman
MAT 222 Intermediate Algebra
Instructor Leah Murray
November 4, 2013
TWO VARIABLE INEQUALITIES
For this assignment, I am going to work with two-variable inequalities and demonstrate the practical application of these inequalities. I am going to use a graph that shows the number of TV’s on the left side and the number of refrigerators on the bottom. Of course this would mean that my x axis is the bottom, and my y axis on the left. The line shows the combination of TV’s and refrigerators that the truck can hold.
The problem I am going to work on is #68 on page 539 . The 18 wheeler truck can hold 330 TV’s with no refrigerators, or 110 refrigerators and no TV’s. When studying this graph, imagine that the triangle region is shaded, and that it represents any given number of coordinates that is in the shaded area is a combination of TV’s and refrigerators that will fit in the truck.
Because there are two points on the graph, I can figure out the slope of the line.
So our slope is -3/1
I can now use this slop in point-slope form to write an equation. When we are finished, we will arrive at our linear inequality.
Our point-slope form equation
Replace the slope with-3/1 and (330,0) for the x and y
Add 330 to both sides using the distributive property
Multiply both sides by 1, then add 3x to both sides
Change the equal sign to a less than...

...POL 201 Week 1 DQ2 Amending the U.S. Constitution
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POL 201 Week 1 DQ2 Amending the U.S. Constitution
Amending the U.S. Constitution. The formal process of amending the Constitution is cumbersome and slow. While this fact explains why relatively few amendments have been adopted, it does not discourage advocates of constitutional change from proposing them. Four amendment proposals that have gained considerable attention are the Balanced Budget Amendment, the Birthright Citizenship Amendment, the Equal Rights Amendment, and the Overturn Citizens United Amendment. Select one of these proposals as the topic of your initial post and use the assigned resources to inform yourself about its purpose and the arguments of its supporters and critics.
POL 201 Week 1 DQ2 Amending the U.S. Constitution
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POL 201 Week 1 DQ2 Amending the U.S. Constitution
Amending the U.S. Constitution. The formal process of amending the Constitution is cumbersome and slow. While this fact explains why relatively few amendments have been adopted, it does not discourage advocates of...

...MAT 117 /MAT117 Course
Algebra 1B
MAT 117 /MAT117 Week 7 Discussion Question
Version 8
Week 7 DQ2
1. What is the quadratic formula?
2. What is it used for?
3. Provide an example, not found in the text.
RESPONSE
Many people may have heard of the quadratic formula, but are probably unfamiliar what it is or what it is used for. The actual quadratic formula is , and its purpose is to solve quadratic equations and can only be applied to a quadratic equation that is in the standard form of (ax2+ bx +c = 0).It is important to differentiate between a quadratic formula and a quadratic equation, where the quadratic formula is a tool, and the quadratic equation is specifically given to you for the purpose of solving it. When solving a quadratic equation, you are basically finding the roots of that specific equation. Those roots will tell you where the line on the graph touches or crosses the x – axis.
The first steps in solving a quadratic equation is to make sure the equation is in standard for (ax2+ bx +c = 0). If it is, then you can proceed in identifying a, b, and c in the equation. To Once those values have been identified; substitute them into the quadratic formula paying special attention to parentheses and negative numbers as it is easy to make simple errors. Then you can go ahead and simplify the expression to determine the values for “x”.
Class, solve the given quadratic...