"Dd101 Tma01" Essays and Research Papers

  • Dd101 Tma01

    TMA01 - Essay Option 2 Imagine you are a nursery worker. The manager is planning some changes to the environment of the nursery and to the play activities. Before she does so, she wants to understand more about the auditory and visual perception of infants. She has asked you to write an overview of the major developments of the infant’s auditory and visual abilities during the first 18 months of life. Write an essay, drawing on research evidence, which describes the development of infants’...

    Brain, Lateral geniculate nucleus, Perception 1563  Words | 5  Pages

  • K218 Tma01

    Kim Mason X2616377 K218 TMA01 How is social constructionism useful to both understanding the lives of children and young people and to working with children and young people? What is social constructionism and how is useful in understanding how the lives of children, young people and families are constructed? Social Constructionism is viewed as a study of social problems. Knowledge is produced through discourse, and allows practitioners to scrutinize and deconstruct ideas that are taken for granted...

    Attachment theory, Epistemology, John Bowlby 1522  Words | 3  Pages

  • B120 Tma01

    TMA 01 02 MAY 2013 WORD COUNT: 697 PART I – 543 PART II - 154 TMA01   PART I THE LODGE BISTRO CHAIN Word Count 544                              CONTENTS Part (a) Lodge Bistro Problems Part (b) Understanding the Problems Part (c) Addressing the Problems Part (a) Lodge Bistro Problems My report for The Lodge Bistro will be focusing on identifying the current issues, understanding their impact on the business, and ensuring the correct steps to resolve them. I will do...

    Management, Marketing, Social media marketing 717  Words | 4  Pages

  • B120 Tma01

    B120 An Introduction to Business Studies TMA01 By Student Name PI TMA01 – Part 1 CONTENTS: Page No. Part I – Report on Lodge Bistro 3 Summary & Introduction 3 Part (a) Identifying the problem 3 Part (b) Concepts applied to issues identified 3 Part (c) Recommendations 3 Part II: Contribution & Understanding - TGF 4 References 4 Part I – Report on Lodge Bistro To Patricia Lodge From xxxxxxxxxxxxx Date: Summary...

    Customer, Customer service, Human resource management 838  Words | 5  Pages

  • tma01 b120

     B120 An Introduction to Business Studies TMA01 By TMA01 – Part 1 CONTENTS: Page No. Part I – Report on Lodge Bistro 3 Summary & Introduction 3 Part (a) Identifying the problem 3 Part (b) Concepts applied to issues identified 3 Part (c) Recommendations 3 Dear Patricia 3 I have written you this report as requested on helping you understand and hopefully change the current situation of your business my findings will be broken down into 3 parts as...

    Business, Loyalty program, Management 884  Words | 4  Pages

  • B120 Tma01

    B120 TMA01 Part 1 Dear Patricia Lodge, In this report, as requested, I hope to help you understand the current situation, of the Lodge Bistro Chain. I believe the issues affecting the business are: staffing problems, growing competition, inconsistency in the approach of management, attracting lower spending customers, disagreement between managers and company standards lowering. Part (a) The staffing issue, more specifically the high staff turnover, is affecting the expenditure of the company...

    Consistency, Management 662  Words | 3  Pages

  • K101 Tma01

    Kim Mason X2616377 K101 TMA01 Part A – What challenges do individuals face when giving and receiving care within the families? Illustrate your answer using examples from K101 Unit 1. The word ‘carer’ is the generally acceptable term, for someone that supports and cares for a family member, friend or neighbour that may be suffering from illness, disability or unable to manage daily life unaided (dircetgov,2006). Care relationships can be very demanding on time and emotions, life can become extremely...

    Caregiver, Emotion, Family 1332  Words | 3  Pages

  • TMA01 Final

    TMA01 Part 1 Summarise two theories of identity and compare their usefulness for explaining the real--world issues discussed in chapter 1, ‘Identities and diversities’. This essay will look at two theories of identity: psychosocial; tending to focus on the individual and Tajfel’s social identity theory; focusing on the effect of groups. Although different, both theories seem to link quite well for explaining real-world issues; in particular disability, which is mentioned throughout chapter one...

    Disability, Erik Erikson, Henri Tajfel 1695  Words | 7  Pages

  • Db123 Tma01

    DB123 TMA01 Part A The table below was taken from the Office for National Statistics’ 2008 General Lifestyle Survey. This table shows how dependent children are spread among different family types in Great Britain. Percentage of all dependent children (below the age of 16, or in full time education between the ages of 16-18) in each family type (%) | 1998 | 2000 | 2001 | 2002 | 2003 | 2004 | 2005 | 2006 | 2007 | 2008...

    Child, Childhood, Family 1005  Words | 3  Pages

  • E214 TMA01

    E214 TMA01 This essay highlights and discusses models of disability reflected in two separate articles (Appendices A and B). I will identify the models of disability they represent. Both have been recently featured in the Guardian newspaper and are stories on disabled people. Appendix A was reported some years ago but continues to evoke opinion and has featured again recently due to a similar case. ‘Ashley’ is a profoundly disabled girl, who at six years old has a mental age of 3 months...

    Accessibility, Disability, Disability rights 1053  Words | 3  Pages

  • TMA01 B322

     TMA01: COMMUNICATING YOUR IDEA Question 1 The proposed service is the development and production of up-to-date high-end quality motion picture films, music, wedding, corporate, advertising and web content videos for clients at affordable prices. Several companies provide these services out there but the cost for great quality high end videos are high due to high cost of filming equipments. Recently an Australian filming equipments company began producing high end filming equipments at half the...

    Customer, Customer service, Economics 2022  Words | 4  Pages

  • Y183 Tma01

    Module: Y183 – Assignment: TMA01 Task 1 How can the way in which we organise our thinking by using mental images, concepts and schemas help us improve our memory? Part A Sketch out a plan for an essay to answer the above question. Introduction: - what is the task? - how do I plan to address it? - split into 3 areas - definition of each - evidence of each Mental images: - definition - what they can be used for...

    Cognitive psychology, Concepts, Idea 1258  Words | 6  Pages

  • Tma01

    TMA 01 Question 1. A: I read through the piece thoroughly first, the second time I read and scan key points and write them in the margins of the book. My next step is to write a few blocks using the notes previously mentioned on an A4. I have folders headed with block numbers on them in which I place the notes from each section for review later. B: Online Reputation – source- Lifehacker.com What is online rep? * The way you are portrayed online by others from web searches i.e. Google...

    Blog, Bullying, Facebook 979  Words | 3  Pages

  • Tma01

    What do the representations of Cleopatra in film and on television (as shown on the DVD Video ‘Cleopatra’) tell us about how her reputation changed over time? Discuss with reference to two or three representations Cleopatra’s changes over time are best shown in the 1917 and 1963 films and in the modern day television showings of Cleopatra. This is right from the first time Cleopatra is shown in films right through to the current times, thus giving a broader time to be able to evaluate how her...

    1963 in film, Christopher Marlowe, Elizabeth Taylor 1151  Words | 3  Pages

  • TMA01

     Drawing on what you have learned from the Making Social Lives DVD and Learning Companion 1, describe some inequalities on City Road. ‘Inequality’ refers to the unequal distribution of valued social resources within a society or between societies (Blakeley et al, 2009, Page. 24). Throughout this essay I will be drawing from what I have learned from the study materials to describe some of the inequalities on City Road in Cardiff. I will be looking at the younger community compared with the...

    Equality, Inequality, Milton Keynes 844  Words | 3  Pages

  • TMA01

    E102 - An introduction to childhood studies and child psychology Assignment One Student Number: C7061732 1a) What can childhood studies bring to our understanding to children's lives? Childhood studies has a major impact of the lives of children, studies shown from the sixteenth century to date allow us to understand the changes that have been put into place to support and guide the lives of children today. Historical evidence from the sixteenth century provides us with ideas about the nature...

    Child, Child development, Childhood 1118  Words | 2  Pages

  • Dd101 Tma1

    TMA1 DD101 Social Science I have lived in Chinnor Village for almost 6 years. It is situated in South Oxfordshire and sits on the M40 motorway corridor. I will be focusing on the High Street. It is approximately one mile long with a shopping parade which was purpose built with residential accommodation above. I will compare how it has changed in the last five years that I have lived there. I will look at the shops, the traffic and people who use the street. I moved to Chinnor in 2006. At...

    Change, Ethnic group, Freeway 732  Words | 2  Pages

  • B122 TMA01 Macro environment

     TMA01 B122 An introduction to retail management and marketing Mathew Dean PI: C8594876 Tesco: Macro-environmental forces analysis report Contents Page Pages Executive summary………………………………………………………………………3 Part 1 a) Retail business and the sector it operates……………………………………3 b) PEEST i. Political………………………………………………........................... 4 ii. Economic………………………………………………………………. 4 iii. Ecological/physical……………………………………………………...

    Business ethics, Economics, Hypermarket 1312  Words | 6  Pages

  • TMA01 Plan MattBrayshaw

    TMA01 – Plan Choose one of the following readings from the first module book, The art of English: everyday creativity: (a) Ronald Carter, ‘Common Language: corpus, creativity and cognition’, pp. 29–37. (b) Rukmini Bhaya Nair, ‘Implicature and impliculture in the short, short story and the tall, tall tale’, pp. 97–102. Summarise the main points of your chosen reading, and evaluate, with reference to other material in the module you have engaged with to date, the extent to which it helps you...

    Cognition, Creativity, Fiction 1530  Words | 5  Pages

  • Dd101 Tma02

     The new social divisions in a consumer society: The new social divisions in a consumer society: What we are going to see next is the social division in a consumer society: In the social division we can see two types of division, Seduce and Repressed. In the seduce division we can see how people wants to belong to a society and they feel like they need to buy material things to be part of that society. We can see how shops will seduce you to buy things that probably you...

    Achieved status, Anthropology, Max Weber 1059  Words | 3  Pages

  • Dd101 Tma1

    As demonstrated on City Road ('Making social lives on City Road', 2009), many people use the same roads, visit the same shops and communicate with the same people, but this does not mean these people are the same. We all perceive people, places and objects differently and our perceptions of these define how we live our lives. Differences between the ways we live depend on our connections to people and places, and how we use these differences to our advantage. I am studying the Denton section of...

    Bus, Difference, Pedestrian 821  Words | 3  Pages

  • E111 TMA01

    TMA 01 This assignment has been written in line with the school confidentiality policy. My Role Currently, I am employed as a HLTA at a three form entry junior school (ages 7-11), in South East London. It is an ethnically and economically diverse school and the ethnic diversity is reflected in the staff. My position is full time, with a combination of roles. I have worked at the school for 13 years; my hours are 8.30am to 4.30pm daily. An integral part of all of my roles is the welfare of...

    Developmental psychology, Education, Head teacher 1933  Words | 6  Pages

  • TMA01 How have recent events affected

    TMA01 – How have recent events affected Bills’ quality of life? Bill is a 68 year old male with two grown children in their 40’s. He is a widow living on his own in Cambridgeshire. Bill runs his own business as an electrician, he is also a dog owner leading an active social life. Bills children visit on the weekends, but they have their own families to tend to. Recently, Bill has been complaining of stomach pain but neglected to report it to his doctor. After falling down the stairs and breaking...

    Health, Health care, Human 1370  Words | 3  Pages

  • TMA01 Jayne Wright

    TMA01 Jayne Wright (D1621259) Define difference and inequality, and provide an example of each on City Road. Difference:- A way that people and things are not the same There are many differences in everyday life. In people it could be age, gender, sexuality, the way they dress. Things could be buildings and consumables. City Road has many differences within the street and its community (Open University, 2014a). An example of this is two of the eating establishments. Taste buds Café (Open University...

    Buckinghamshire, Difference, Inequality 404  Words | 2  Pages

  • B120 TMA01

    Part 1 (a) To: Nick Newbury From: Amy McAteer Date: 29/10/2014 Original Travel Stakeholder and STEEP analysis report Nick, To help you with your current business situation I have looked at your stakeholders and external environment. I will provide you with information on your stakeholder’s contributions and concerns and also an explanation of the STEEP model, including a short analysis. I hope the information can aid you in any decision making. I have created a table for you detailing who I feel...

    Change, Consumer, Management 730  Words | 4  Pages

  • TMA01-My experience, role and learning support

    E111 – Supporting Learning in Primary Schools - TMA01 My experience, role and learning support In accordance to the ethical guidelines written by The British Education Research Association (BERA, 2004), the names of the children and school, where used, have been changed in order to maintain confidentiality and anonymity. My role (Hancock et al., 2013 p1) States that “the practice of learning support as carried out by teaching assistants has developed considerably in recent times”. ...

    Developmental psychology, Education, Jean Piaget 2135  Words | 7  Pages

  • B120 Tma01

    Attn : Patricia Lodge Having reviewed the Lodge Bistro and the state it is in, I have identified several areas of concern that management may wish address. I have used a STEEP analysis (Preston, 2012) to identify the Sociological, Technological, Economical, Environmental and Political factors that are currently negatively impacting the business. By using this method, Patricia can gain a better understanding of the challenges she faces before deciding on a corrective course of action Sociological ...

    Management 720  Words | 4  Pages

  • Y176 Tma01

    Describe the three different parenting styles and discuss how they might impact on children’s behaviour. Use the module materials to illustrate your answer. Task 1 Question 1 Point 1: It is not only parenting styles that can impact on a child’s behaviour, other factors such changes in a child’s life can also affect behaviour Task 1 Question 2 Evidence for point 1: • Colloby et al. (2012, ch 2) With the focal family in the son Thomas’s behaviour since being diagnosed with having a hearing...

    Child development, Childhood, Developmental psychology 1643  Words | 5  Pages

  • b120 tma01

    Part I In this short report, I hope to help you understand and change your current situation, using a concept from Study Session 2, The External Environment (B120 Book 1). Part (a) I believe the problems affecting The Lodge Bistro are: High staff turnover. Growing completion. Inconsistency in the approach of the managers. Conflicting Managers. Reduced spending by customers. Company Standards lowering. Dated Décor and Menu. Inexperienced staff. Low quality food being served. Custom...

    Business, Consumer, Customer 742  Words | 4  Pages

  • B120 TMA01

     Dear Patricia Lodge, I have conducted my report on the Lodge Bistro chain from the information provided using several analysis techniques and you will see my findings/recommendations below. The first technique I used was something we call SWOT, which basically stands for strength’s, weaknesses, opportunities and threats internally/externally within a business (see fig 1.1). I have included two tables below for your comparison, one based on the company in early 2000’s and the other 2010 onwards...

    Brand, Customer, English-language films 573  Words | 3  Pages

  • U116 TMA01

    U116:TMA.1. Understanding environment. Q.1. Environment is the surroundings and influences upon things including humans. These are many things happening individually or all at once. E.g. Light, temperature, water and interactions (other living things). Looking further, it has become popular to find that after the Sun, Moon and Stars the largest influence is us (human beings). Wasting is something we’re all fond of doing; it has become a very popular issue in my city. Whether arising from...

    Carbon, Carbon dioxide, Emission standard 1342  Words | 5  Pages

  • D171 Introduction to Counselling Tma01

    TMA01 Throughout history, people have strived to determine the origin of mental illness. Since the19th century psychologists have debated the issue, which eventually led to the development of psychological theories. At the fore front of these developments was Freud who essentially saw mental illness arising from childhood trauma and such trauma could be cured by the encouraging the client to recal past experiences. In the first half of this essay I will describe and compare...

    Carl Jung, Mind, Psychoanalysis 1284  Words | 9  Pages

  • U214 Tma01

    Late Modern English, a global language spoken around the world by over 2 billion people can trace its roots to the Germanic language introduced by Anglo-Saxon invaders in the 5th century. Before the arrival of the Anglo Saxons, many parts of Britain were bilingual Celtic-Latin speakers, although very few traces of Celtic remain in the English language – other than in place names, for example Avon and Ouse – which derive from the Celtic word for ‘water’, and words found more in local dialects than...

    Anglo-Saxons, England, English language 1163  Words | 4  Pages

  • tma01

    Maria Callas as Violetta in La traviata, 1958 Maria Callas, Commendatore OMRI[1] (Greek: Μαρία Κάλλας; December 2, 1923 – September 16, 1977), was an American-born Greek soprano and one of the most renowned and influential opera singers of the 20th century. Critics praised her bel canto technique, wide-ranging voice and dramatic gifts. Her repertoire ranged from classical opera seria to the bel canto operas of Donizetti, Bellini and Rossini; further, to the works of Verdi and Puccini; and, in...

    Bel canto, Human voice, Lyric Opera of Chicago 15122  Words | 38  Pages

  • TMA01 E111

    TMA 01 In keeping with The British Educational Research Association (BERA, 2011) all names have been changed to maintain confidentiality. 1 My role In my role I work 25 hours a week as a teaching assistant (TA) in a two form entry primary school, I am shared between the Nursery class where we have 49 children aged between 3 and 4, and Reception, where there are 2 classes and a total of 46 children between ages 4 and 5. I can be taken out of either classes due to absences and placed in any class...

    Child, Education, Full-time 1947  Words | 5  Pages

  • B120 Tma01

    TMA 01 Part A Dear Nick Newbury, Below is a list of stakeholders of which I have compiled to give you an insight on how to go about in your current situation. i. Internal stakeholders (original founding members of Original Travel) The three internal stakeholders consist of yourself, Alastair Poulain and Tom Barber. Your main concern is financial growth and return from your business. I believe that all three members need to be informed in choices related to the business. Your main contribution...

    Buckinghamshire, Management, Marketing 594  Words | 3  Pages

  • M253 Tma01

    Question 1 During Milestone 1, I have contributed to the team work by taking an active part in the discussions, via email and the team forum, during the initial attempts to decide roles, responsibilities and the team rules. As the Milestone progressed and the activities demanded that team members produce an output for collating into the team deliverable, I took an active part, producing a spread sheet and using the tools, Googledocs, which the team prefer for the combined tasks. To collate...

    1030  Words | 4  Pages

  • tu100 tma01

     Question 1 (a) The way I like to take notes on TU100 is to firstly jot down words are phrases I think may be useful, I do this while reading the material for the first time. Once I have completed a section I then go back through it, looking for more things that might now seem important. I also after recently discovering the use of spray diagrams during TU100, use these as they provide a quick visual reminder of the topics and content I have covered. (b) Britain seeks to opt-out of new...

    European Commission, Good and evil, Human rights 456  Words | 3  Pages

  • Dd208 Tma01

    Drawing on DVD 1 and Book 1, Social Justice, Welfare, Crime and Society discuss what different kinds of evidence reveal about social justice. During this essay I will be drawing from Chapters 1 and 3 from Social Justice Welfare Crime and Society and Chapter 4 DVD1 to discuss some different types of evidence about social injustice. The first example I am going to use is that from an extract from Book 1, Social Justice, Chapter 1, Extract 1.2, Mandela 1995, p83. Here Mandela gives a personal...

    Crime, Human rights, Justice 1483  Words | 4  Pages

  • B201 TMA01

     Title : A report into problems at the Lodge Bistro chain and suggestions for improvement. From: Tray Cray To: Patricia Lodge Cc: Brian King Date: 28th October 2012 Part 1 – word count 529 inc. titles Introduction The Lodge Bistro Chain has grown from a single café in 1989 to a chain of 25 identical restaurants across the south of England. These restaurants have been tightly controlled to ensure Managers conform to the single vision of the CEO Joyce Lodge. In 2010, Patricia...

    Business, Customer, Customer service 730  Words | 4  Pages

  • Ed209 TMA01

    TMA 01, Option 1. Jean Piaget argued that when children of certain ages watch water being poured from a short, wide container into a tall, thin container, they think that the amount of water has changed. Discuss with reference to research evidence. (1500-2000 words) Developmental psychology aims to produce scientific explanations of the behavioural and psychological changes that children undergo during their lifespan. Some of the theories produced in this research field focus on specific aspects...

    Child development, Cognition, Cognitive psychology 2230  Words | 4  Pages

  • DD305 TMA01

     “…To speak of the mutual constitution of personal lives and social policy is to suggest that each of these contributes to the formation of the other. ” Explain and illustrate this statement. While it may first appear that ‘personal lives’ and ‘social policy’ are two distinct areas of everyday life, closer exploration will show how close the two intertwine and entangle and actually provide a way for each to give meaning and constitution to each other (Fink and Lewis et al, pg 6). This essay will...

    Accessibility, Disability, Disability rights movement 1371  Words | 5  Pages

  • Tma01

    In this assignment I will be describing some of the inequalities that can be found on City Road, Cardiff. City Road started off as a rural country lane 200 years ago, over time this became a popular place with the car trade, now it is has changed drastically and is a busy street; home to many shops and restaurants, mainly to cater for students and ethnic minorities. The term ‘inequalities’ means “the unequal distribution of valued social resources within a society or between societies”. (Blakeley...

    Inequalities, Inequality, Road 784  Words | 2  Pages

  • B120 TMA01

    B120 TMA 02 Contents Page 3………………………………. Executive Summary Page 4…………………………………….....Part I Part (a) Page 5……………………………………….Part I Part (b) Page 7……………………………………….Part I Part (c) Page 9……………………………………….Part I Part (d) Page 10……………………………….…….Part II Part (b) Page...

    Human resource management, Human resources, Management 1576  Words | 6  Pages

  • b120 tma01

    Hi Nick, Here is the list of stakeholders you requested last time we spoke 1. Internal stakeholders are as follows yourself (Nick Newbury), Alastair Poulain and Tom Barber. Obviously your main concern is financial return for your company. It is important that all members are well informed and happy with all decisions made within the company. Also that you don't lose your values or mission statement in the merge. 2. Tim Best Travel...

    Management, Marketing, Merge 523  Words | 3  Pages

  • Written exercise TMA01 draft

    Tma01 Written exercise: In your own words, define difference and inequality, and provide an example of each on City Road. Foods bank are an inequality for people who are on benefits or off work due to sickness or injury. They can’t afford to attend the farmer’s market or a cafe as these social environments are aimed at people who find themselves in a better financial and social position (Open University, 2014a) Therefore the people that are dependant on food banks are defined by their circumstances...

    Costa Coffee, Open University, Retailing 492  Words | 2  Pages

  • TMA03 DD101 Using the data in the table provided, what can you say about the ethnicity of the population in the national parks of England and Wales?

    TMA03 DD101 APRIL 2014. Question 1 Using the data in the table provided, what can you say about the ethnicity of the population in the national parks of England and Wales? The table provided shows the results of the 2011 Census and the distribution of multiple ethnic groups around the national parks of England and Wales. The table gives the populations of 13 National Parks. Three of the national parks are found in Wales and ten are in England. There are 5 ethnic categories; white, mixed...

    England, Ethnic group, Minority group 1482  Words | 5  Pages

  • DD102 Introducing the social sciences TMA01

    DD102 Introducing the social sciences TMA01 In your own words, define difference and inequality, and provide an example of each one on City Road. Difference can be referred as a point or way in which people or things are dissimilar. As we human beings are all different in many ways and can be indentified according to many criteria: gender, age, personalities, standard of living, believes cultural, social and ethic differences. Differences should be of no importance...

    Culture, Difference, Human 521  Words | 3  Pages

  • Ou B120 Tma01

    To Chris Pike Manager, Ottershaw Branch, Zinn’s Burgers and Pizza From Date 29 May 2012 REPORT ON CURRENT PROBLEMS AND POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS AT OTTERSHAW BRANCH OF ZINN’S BURGERS AND PIZZA Contents 1.0 Introduction Page 3 2.0 Analysis and Identified Problems Page 4 - 6 2.1 STEEP Analysis Page 4 2.2 SWOT Analysis Page 5 2.3 Discussion of Identified Problems Page 6 3.0 Recommendations Page 6 4.0 References...

    Change, Human resource management, Management 947  Words | 4  Pages

  • Dd101 Tma03

    For the first assignment I have studied the 2 charts given and showing my findings below. Chart 1 The data shows that twice as many older people have been questioned compared to 18-24 year olds. There are only 2 questions in relation to “Community” compared to 10 for neighbours and 1 neutral question. This shows that the balance of questions is displaced and also that interviewees could be placed in more than one question depending on how they interpret the question. There are similar question...

    Bracket, Human communication, Interview 351  Words | 2  Pages

  • TMA01 Y176 Describe the three different parenting styles and discuss how they might impact on children's behavior

     Y176 TMA01 1 Describe the three different parenting styles and discuss how they might impact on children's behavior This essay will examine the three different parenting styles and how they may influence and impact on children's behavior. It will aim to show how various factors can be important and also illustrate the conflicting views attributed to the various parenting styles. Baumrind (1967) suggests...

    Childhood, Concerted cultivation, Parent 1124  Words | 3  Pages

  • L185 TMA01

    TMA 01 Answer Sheet Student name:   Student PI number:       Module year and month (e.g. ‘2012 February’): 2012 February  Question number Answer 1 i. A 1 ii. B 1 iii. C 2. The author suggests the results to the studies mean that desirable approaches to studying can be brought about by appropriate course design, appropriate teaching methods or appropriate forms of assesments.  3 i. 2 3 ii. 4 3 iii 1 3 iv. 3 4. D 5. C 6. A 7. B 8 i. Course Experience Questionnaire...

    Education, Irrational number, Pi 93  Words | 2  Pages

  • Dd131 Tma01

    City road in Cardiff is one of the busiest streets and most recognised in the city, and after studying the Making Social Lives DVD and reading through the learning companion I have come to understand the social aspects of the street as a whole. I am going to compare it to another well-known street in Cardiff Caerphilly Road. When you look at Caerphilly road and City Road together the inequalities of the 2 streets become apparent. Whereas the structure of city road is aimed at the ethnic minority...

    English-language films, Road, Sociology 741  Words | 2  Pages

  • k101 tma01

    Throughout this essay I will share the reasons I have found for there being difficulties and also rewards of being a carer for a family member. ‘A carer is someone of any age who provides unpaid support to care for family or friends who could not manage without this help. This could be caring for a relative, partner or friend who is ill, frail, disabled or has mental health or substance misuse problems.’ (Carers Trust) I will attempt to use my course materials to draw on the experiences of Ann Walker...

    Alzheimer's disease, Antidepressant, Caregiver 826  Words | 2  Pages

  • Tma01 B120

    Below is a free essay on "B120 Tma02" from Anti Essays, your source for free research papers, essays, and term paper examples. BU130 Working and Learning: Learning Contract Establishing your Learning Objectives My Learning Objective is to improve my prioritisation and planning skills to give me more time to do my work. I have chosen this objective because sometimes I feel overwhelmed with the amount of work I have to do. My approach under these circumstances can be haphazard and I...

    Ken Blanchard, Learning, Management 356  Words | 2  Pages

  • B120 Tma01

    TMA 01 Part 1 Part A Informal report of problems at The Lodge Bistro Chain using concepts from session 2, The External Environment (B120, Book 1). * Growing competition from surrounding food outlets * No healthy alternatives offered * No web based advertisement * Not appealing to the younger generation * No choice of less expensive meals or snacks Part B Using the STEEP model (B120, Book 1) I will highlight the problems at The Lodge Bistro in more detail. Sociological...

    Economics, Environment, Fair trade 542  Words | 2  Pages

  • TMA01 E108

    Scott and Jean’s Icebreaker activities serve several different purposes, the first of which being to encourage the group to come together as a whole and get to know one another. The initial activity did a fabulous job of encouraging the youngsters to introduce themselves to their peers in a fun and non intimidating way. It ‘broke the ice’ (LGBT Youth Scotland clips 2-6). If the introductions had been done with a greater amount of formality, i.e sat around a table, the young people probably would...

    At Ease, Education, Learning 748  Words | 1  Pages

  • E100 Tma01

    Part 1 My Setting My setting is based within a Children Centre in an urban area on the South coast of England. The group is managed by a voluntary committee and accepts children from the local community and reflects the mainly European mix of the community. We support children with learning difficulties and/or disabilities and those who speak English as an additional language. We employ eight staff, six of whom are qualified; see the staffing diagram Appendix 1. Our pre-school currently...

    Child, Childhood, Need 2281  Words | 9  Pages

  • B120 TMA01

    When identifying the different stakeholders based around Nick Newbury’s company, Original Travel, we can pick out those who have the highest power and interest. Nick Newbury and his co-founders, Alasdair and Tom, whose main role is to provide tailor-made short breaks, possess these two factors. Their primary expectations are too make a profit from the sales of their quirky holidays, but also see a growth on the company. By merging Original Travel with Tim Best Travel highlights this growth with...

    Consultative selling, Customer, Customer service 541  Words | 2  Pages

  • AA100 TMA01

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