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    Pros Of Writing In College

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    Going from high school to college is a big jump. College professors expect the level of performance to be higher than high school teachers. In high school, teachers allow a lot of things to slide by that a college professor would not. The intensity of school work is higher and more effort is required to succeed. While reading the different chapters of Writing in College, I have learned new tips on how to write a more successful essay by learning how to not plagiarize, getting my readers hooked,…

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    Mathew Miller Teachers

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    In the article, “A New Deal for Teachers,“ by Mathew Miller, he argues that low income families with students from fourth grade through eighth grade show significantly lower tests scores compared to students from high income areas. This problem Miller addresses, is that there are not enough good teachers in poor cities, and not enough teachers willing to continue their jobs as teachers. Another argument Miller indicates is that having a good quality teacher makes a huge difference in the child’s…

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    Introduction Classroom management is a technique that teachers use to keep the classroom in order, its also helps teachers to create a positive learning environment for students dealing with her students’ behavior and it’s building students self-esteem. Positive Classroom Management The students first impression is created in the classroom environment, so we should make it positive by recognizing positive behaviors, well planned the lessons and greeting the students. According to (Jones,…

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    they trust their teacher and feel loved, some important characteristic of a child care provider should be: self-awareness, empathy, interpersonal skills, reflectiveness, interest, flexibility and openness, reliability, emotional stability. Having a clear understanding of our strengths, weaknesses, thoughts, beliefs and emotions means we are self-aware of our personality, realizing how people perceive us and our actions is very hard but with practice we can become flexible and make changes in our…

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    In this essay, I will be talking about being a coach. I will be talking about what some of the benefits are. What is good about the job and what the job includes. I will also be talking about what you will be getting paid. What the income range for a coach. There are also different levels of coaching. The career of a coach includes a massive income, easy education, and unbelievable benefits. The yearly income for a high school coach will range from $18,000-$70,000. The starting salary for a…

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    duties for a particular career when making this decision. As far as skills and talents, they are numerous. To be an art therapist it is important to be a good listener, be creative, and have observant skills is a good skill to have to be an art therapist because in order to be helpful for the person, you need to be able to listen well to figure out what is needed to help. Having a creativity mind is very important when having to take care of clients, in order to fit their needs, you may need…

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    the student’s age, the more nurturing and protective the teachers have to be in order to best aid the students’ development and also to please the parents. By being more protecting over things such as bullying or abuse puts even the teachers up for suspicion. Men doing anything feminine causes others to question their masculinity and leads to suspicion of homosexuality and pedophilia. In Paul Sargent’s study on male elementary school teachers he writes, “Suspicions of homosexuality and the…

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    Teachers are among the most important people in society today. Teachers help shape the minds of the future. Tomorrow 's engineers, scientists, politicians, and educators are all greatly influenced by today 's instructors. Without teachers society would not be anywhere near where it is now and only a select few would have access to learning. Sadly, however important teachers are in civilization, they are still drastically underappreciated, underrecognized and underpaid. Although some people may…

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    already good at most sports because of my dad. My old school had basketball tournaments during lunch after you were done eating you could get up and play basketball. The principal would give us jerseys and let us pick our teams and we would play full court while everyone in the cafeteria was watching.…

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    why i chose my answer? Because, you can be teaching that didn't mean they learned. That's why u let they answer some questions. If they get it wrong ask what part do u not understand, and help them learn from Their mistake. If u just teach on the board, They only learn 50% of what they supposed to know. Then when they get home they don't know what to do so they guess come to school and get it wrong all because u being lazy not showing them. It's bad enough kids come home in a rush to do their…

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