• A Funny Incident
    A funny incident A funny incident occurred when I was in the 8th standard. It was a normal day at school. Our dramatic competition was not far away. I had to help prepare the props for our house, the blue house. Initially everything was going fine and our props were being painted really well....
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  • Dogs Can Talk Now?
    to dress like a tomboy. Luckily I wasn’t the only one though; my best friend, Kristy, and I seemed to share wardrobes. There is very few other incidents Kristy or I remember from that time in our lives other than what happened on that one fateful day. In 6th grade my teacher Miss.Hardacher; along...
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  • Ms
    This book is one of the best I have ever read. I hope after reading this review you will enjoy the book too. The name of this book is ‘The Curious Incident of the Dog in the night-time'. It is called this because one day, the main character of this book finds a dead dog in his neighbours garden, Murdered...
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  • symbolism
    things to be. Anecdote Definition: The word anecdote, phonetically pronounced an.ik.doht, means a short verbal accounting of a funny, amusing, interesting event or incident. The story is usually a reminiscence from the teller's life but at best is a related story of fact, as opposed to a contrived work...
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  • Narrative
    faster. When I walked in the classroom I was petrified because everything was new and different from how it was in Mexico. The room was cool, there was carpet on the floor, there were colorful posters all over the walls, white boards, and a podium. I had never seen a classroom like that in my life. In Mexico...
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  • My Best Pal
    breathe fresh air into the sometimes arid classroom. She always knew what to say and would voice them at the best possible moments. Both pupils and teachers alike enjoyed her company and liveliness. There was hardly ever a dull moment when she was around with her funny quips and expressions. Samantha was...
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  • A Wonderful Friend
    fresh air into the sometimes arid classroom. She always knew what to say and would voice them at the best possible moments. Both pupils and teachers alike enjoyed her company and liveliness. There was hardly ever a dull moment when she was around, with her funny quips and expressions. Suzi was...
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  • My Bestfriend
    breathe fresh air into the sometimes arid classroom. She always knew what to say and would voice them at the best possible moments. Both pupils and teachers alike enjoyed her company and liveliness. There was hardly ever a dull moment when she was around with her funny quips and expressions. Nicky was born...
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  • Unit 2
    important to be a good communicator, be able to identify different learning styles and be able to accommodate them and to encourage debate within the classroom. It is important for a teacher to keep the following records registers, training and assessment plans and individual learning plans. Teachers need...
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  • Management of Pupil Behaviour
    of the classroom has always been a problem for the class teacher. When given the responsibility of 30 children, all individual, all different, it is a hard task to try and also keep your class peaceful and co-operative. The Elton report stated that ‘Primary schools had to deal with many incidents of minor...
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  • TEACHING PRACTICE
    have good teaching as well as being good teacher. Also it will provide methodologies that can be used to have a good teaching environment in the classroom. In addiction, there will be mentioned qualities of a good teacher as well as methods or teaching techniques in the class. Besides the aspects mentioned...
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  • “An Ounce of Cure” by Alice Munro
    mistake of getting drunk while babysitting one night. She gets caught by the parents who take her home to tell her parents. Surprisingly after this incident, she is over her obsession with Martin. She goes on with her life and years later as an adult sees Martin and in her mind laughs over her stupidity...
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  • Personal Boundaries
    or questions in "cyberspace" (instant messaging, e-mail, chat rooms) 2, 4, 7 Sexual Harassment at SchoolMost adults/parents may think that such incidents are rare in the lives of adolescents they work with or with their own children. However, a national study of preteens and teens in public schools...
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  • Public Speaking
    we accept the notion that, “a speech classroom is a laboratory”, than what can we expect our classroom to do for you as a public communicator? Every laboratory is an ideal place for experimenting, learning and practicing. Therefore, each student in our classroom should get an opportunity to practice...
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  • The ideal teacher
    where she stopped and corrected them wherever they made a mistake. • At the end, she gave them some pages to read at home. Classroom Layout 1 • In the previous incidents mentioned, the desks were neatly placed and organised in twos. – Students can help each other with any difficulties they might ...
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  • To Joke or Not to Joke
    perspectives and experiences of humour in the classroom Author: Ashley Blackmore Supervisor: Lotta Linge Examiner: Peter Karlsson TO JOKE OR NOT TO JOKE – some upper-secondary school students’ perceptions and experiences of humour in the classroom. Ashley Blackmore Psychology, Department of Health...
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  • Persuasive Bullying
    or gang activity (Sheras, 2002). Why do kids bully? Most bullies do it to feel better about their selves; they believe there peers think it’s funny when they put down other kids. They have low self esteem and are driven by jealousy and anger. Bullies are people who have not learned the lessons...
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  • Lallalalala
    friend[’]s chair without her looking [while]before she was going to sit down, or not to pull her chair. I was in the third grade in my classroom, and I thought it would be funny if I pulled my friend’s seat [and risked myself getting into trouble because I thought it was worth it],not knowing that I was risking...
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  • Rumors
    if it was the best thing she had done all day. I, on the other hand, was feeling humiliated and angry. I became enraged, and stormed out of the classroom. As I left, I said, “You should be fired...” Not loudly, just loud enough for people to hear. The next day, I came to school a few minutes before...
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  • Is It a Reality or a Dream?
    to release this flying-feeling in me. Honestly, it felt as if someone had poured a glass of cold water in my head when he spoke to me. After that incident, we casually chatted when we see each other during recess. Nothing personal, just some small talk that would last a minute or two. ...
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