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  • CBM Observation Report

    CBM Preparation The CBM that I will be conducting will be the hiding assessment. This assessment will show “Children who are able to subtract with ease and efficiency know the parts of number and see the relationship between composition and decomposition of numbers and addition and subtraction.” Kathy Richardson, Assessing Math Concepts: Hiding Assessment. Didax Publishing, page 26. The probe will first be probing for the student’s ability to see part-whole number relationships. For each of the students I started off with the number 6 because it was a number in the middle. If a student is not able to master the number 5 the assessment will move backward to assess the number 4, if the student is able to show master of the number 6 then they will move up to the assessment of the number 7. Assessment: With Counters 1. First I have the child count out that many counters, I place the excess counters to the side. 2. Then I close my hand around the counters and confirm that he/she knows how many are hidden there. 3. Then I remove some and show them in the palm of my other hand. 4. I then ask the child, “How many are hidden?” 5. I repeat with different amounts removed. 6. If the child responds quickly and correctly and is clearly not counting in any way, I call it a “mastered number.” 7. If a number is mastered, I will repeat the entire process with the next higher number. 8. I will continue until the child begins to stumble. Evidence of stumbling might be using fingers, nodding…

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  • Film Analysis: 28 Days

    Alcohol use is often glamorized in society and viewed as an acceptable form of socialization and fun. Thousands of youths, college students, and adults partake in this behavior in order to either fit in with their peers or find an escape for their problems. Although many individuals are able to keep their drinking within an acceptable limit, others often exceed the boundaries and enter dangerous territory. The movie entitled “28 days” exceeds an audience’s expectations in regards to correctly…

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  • 28 Days Movie Analysis

    The film 28 Days tells the story of Gwen Cummings, played by Sandra Bullock. After crashing her sister’s wedding and stealing a limousine and driving it into a house, she is given the option to attend 28 days of rehab or serve time in jail. Being a drug addict and alcoholic, Gwen finds herself at rehab with others who have addictions. At first, she is reluctant to participate in any activities her first day at Serenity Glen. She does not believe that she has a problem. She believes her…

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  • Unit 28 P1 And P3

    Unit 28 – P1 & M1 In this report I will explain the brief outline of the web architecture and components which allow the internet and website to function. I will construct a flow diagram to show the various different stages and processes that information must pass through to get from server to screen. Web Architecture Web architecture is the term used for web design, this is a method to plan and design websites. Web architecture focuses on the user and user requirements. When planning a…

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  • To Kill A Mockingbird Chapter 28 Essay

    Mockingbird,” chapter 28 is the most important as it introduces the main climax of the novel and relates the first part of the novel to the chapters that follow. This chapter reveals one of the most influential deaths of the story, which the story is centered around, this supporting the significance and importance of this particular chapter. In the very first sentence of the novel, the narrator, Scout, talks about her brother Jem, having broke his arm at age thirteen. This relates to the…

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  • Apocalypse 28 Days Later Analysis

    For this disease not only destroys, but physically changes the biology of the human race as it is spread creating an entirely new species. This new species lacks the ability to feel pain or emotion, instead, it feels an unquenchable hunger. With a lack of pain and abundance of hunger, society if faced with an enemy that can only be stopped through entire annihilation. An apocalypse focused on survival from an external force. The second, normally overlooked when watching these films is an…

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  • Genesis 1: 1-28: A Comparative Analysis

    According to Rabbi Boras, Judaism is “the personal struggle to manifest oneself in the face of god while keeping one’s feet planted on the ground”. Similarly, Ehud Baron described religion in general as “an effort to connect what the universe is like to how people should live.” In fact Israel- which represents a culture, a faith, a place and the responsibility of the people- means to struggle with god. Jewish scholarship, history and practice define a particularly optimistic but always…

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  • Movie Review: 28 Days By Sandra Bullock

    I chose the movie 28 days starring Sandra Bullock. Sandra’s character Gwen was an alcoholic and addicted to Vicodin. She had gone through the cycle of addiction and was ruining her life from the drugs. She is sent to rehab after stealing the limo at her sister’s wedding and crashing it into a building since she was driving drunk. She was given the choice to do jail time or 28 days of rehab and she chose the rehab. While at rehab she had a rough time going through the withdrawal symptoms and…

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  • Postmodern Horror Film Analysis

    In Danny Boyle’s 28 Days Later (2002) the conclusion of the film has Jim, Selena, and Hannah recovering at a remote cottage another 28 days after they escaped the mansion. Outside the three have made a cloth banner that spells out “HELLO” laid over a field, while the three are outside a jet flies over them and the film ends with the pilot calling in a rescue helicopter. The future of the three is quite uncertain and there isn't much closure to the film. The future of Jim, Selena, and Hannah…

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  • Analysis Of Chapter 28 In The Norton Introduction To Literature

    Chapter 28 in The Norton Introduction to Literature talks about the elements of an essay. An essay is a short written assignment that develops and supports and idea that the essay is written about. Each essay has a reason for being written. Essays about arguments are meant to convince someone of their view point, while an essay about analysis is supposed to breakdown and explain something to the reader. Essays should include four things: a thesis, structure, evidence, and tone. Including all…

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