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Second Grade

three grades of thinking are. He believes that most people are grade three thinkers. Grade three thinkers tend to feel, and not to think. Golding gives an example of his teacher Mr. Houghton, who would always talk about “good life, sexless, and free of duty”, while “his neck would turn of itself” if a girl passed by the window. “Mr. Houghton thought with his neck.” A grade-two thinker is someone who can detect contradictions—someone who is critical but does not produce fresh ideas. While grade one...

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What Grade Is Your Thinker

thought and has change the way I used to look at the world. Now I can illustrate that people can define in three different thinkers. As I observed people from my work place and my school, I have three persons who would be perfect example for my three grade thinkers. The first person I would like to begin with is one of my coworker. Her name is Nicole. As I was working with her for almost one year, she seems nice and thoughtful assistant manager that everyone would like to have. However, she has one...

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Factors Contributing to the Performance of Grade Six Students in Jamaica

doc Introduction Context of the problem: The Jamaican society is filled with a number of illiterate people. Based on a recent article in the Daily gleaner approximately 80% of applicants to the Jamaica Fire Brigade were unable to obtain a passing grade in the entrance exam, especially in the area of Language Arts. The questions which were taken from previous GSAT examination called for greater scrutiny in the primary curriculum as some of these persons were actually people who have successfully completed...

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Learning by Teaching and Increased Exposure in the Classroom

excel at their education. Including students from a lower class level in a higher-class level could benefit both the higher level students as well as the visiting students. By including a group of students from a lower level class (preferably 1 grade level lower), in an upper level class, both students would benefit. The upper level students would benefit by working with a lower level student and mentoring/tutoring them in their (the upper level) subject. The lower level students would gain extra...

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As a young child in school I can rememb

As a young child in school I can remember saying to myself, “If I were a teacher I would never do that to my students!” At a very young age, as young as the first grade, my personal philosophy of Early Childhood Education was already in progress and surfacing. My personal philosophy is: to instill good morals and values in all children; respect all children and their families’ cultures, ethnicities, race, beliefs, and structure; treat each child fairly to ensure that all children feel equally...

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Giving Tree Lesson Plan 1

Population: 2nd grade Dyslexia This lesson plan will be taught to a regular education second grade class of ethnically and educationally diverse students. Learning Community: suburban Demographics LPISD 2nd grade Elementary students Classroom context – Team teaching Learning Objectives (for Cognitive Domain): The student will be able to make predictions using a variety of comprehension strategies. Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) §110.13. English Language Arts and Reading, Grade 2, Beginning...

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Classroom Management: Exploring 5 Strategies

better suited to different grade levels. Wong’s Pragmatic Classroom Wong’s classroom management theory is based in believing that students misbehave because the classroom is unorganized and classroom rules are not clear. Wong’s theories depend on the teacher first setting up the classroom and running it from the first day letting students know what is acceptable or unacceptable. This theory is generally used in elementary levels as most teachers in the upper grades find that it is impractical...

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Education

The following paper is comprised of two sections. The first section is a comparison chart concerning three levels of learners: early childhood, middle childhood, and adolescence. Different aspects for each learner are compared within the table. The second section details the early childhood learner and methods for meeting their needs. Early Childhood Learners The following is a comparison table for early childhood, middle childhood, and adolescent learners. It is a breakdown of how different aspects...

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Educational Years and Male Female Total

00 UPON ENROLLMENT : 4500.00 BOOKS/MODULES : 2,000.00 BOOKS/MODULES : 2,000.00 REGISTRATION FEE : 500.00 REGISTRATION FEE : 500.00 TOTAL : 7000.00 TOTAL : 15,000.00 TOTAL : 8,000.00 (800/MONTH) SCHOOL FEES FOR ELEMENTARY (GRADE 1 TO 6) SY 2014-2015 CASH BASIS INSTALLMENT BASIS TUITION FEES(JUNE TO MARCH) : 9,500.00 1,050.00 REGISTRATION : 500.00 500.00 MISCELLANEOUS : 4,200.00 4,200.00 SECURITY AND MAINTENANCE...

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Undertake Tissue Viability Risk Assessment

skin. There are four recognised grades of pressure ulcers in the EPUAP Wound Classification system. GRADE 1: Discolouration of intact skin not affected by light finger pressure (non blanching erythema)This may be difficult to identify in darkly pigmented skin . GRADE 2: Partial-thickness skin loss or damage involving epidermis and/or dermis. The pressure ulcer is superficial and presents clinically as an abrasion, blister or shallow crater. GRADE 3: Full thickness skin loss involving...

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