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  • Is Standardized Testing Effective

    Oxford English Dictionary. 2013. Harris, Phillip, and Bruce Smith. "Standardized Tests Do Not Effectively Measure Student Achievement." Opposing Viewpoints in Context, 2012. Accessed 23 Sept. 2016. McDermott, Ann. "Colleges Do Not Need SAT Scores to Be Selective in Admissions." Opposing Viewpoints in Context, 2012. Accessed 5 Oct. 2016. "Preface to 'Should Standardized Tests Be a Factor in College Admissions?'" College Admissions, edited by Dedria Bryfonski…

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  • Hofstedes's Cultural Theory

    along different dimensions. Each person has their own individual personality, history, and interests. But all people share common human nature which is very social. We use language with collaboration and group competition. There are unwritten rules of how things work from human group to another human group. This is called ‘culture”. Culture provides moral standards about being an upstanding group member. Hofstedes theory for the Italian culture starts with Power Distance. First, what is…

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  • Complications Of The CTE Or Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy?

    The Chronic Secret When comparing the job of a coal miner to someone who plays professional football they share more similarities than one would think. Chronic injuries and an early life expectancy are some of the implications that don 't make it to the contract. Coal miners lives are cut short from precautions of the job, like the constant inhalation of coal dust usually resulting in respiratory problems later on in life. Football players have a mirroring situation except their disease is one…

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  • Gun Trafficking And Criminal Gun Use By Christopher S. Koper

    The dispute about gun control has been a controversial topic that has come up very often throughout the last couple of years. The decision to ban guns in a total effort or to just make their gun control laws stricter. The reason that they are disputing this is because they believe that no guns or fewer guns on the street will equal less crime. Which I believe that isn’t the case. I say that isn’t the case because if they stop selling guns legally that leaves one other option open. This is the…

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  • Harmful Effects Of Television Essay

    Harmful Effects of Television Did you know in 53% of households of 7th- to 12th-graders, there are no rules about TV watching(Boyse)? What about watching television as a child? You probably have very fond memories of your favorite t.v. shows. But did those same television shows actually hurt you more than you think? Ever since the early 1950’s people have been worried about the effects of television on children. There are many good things about television as well. Television has great…

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  • Sufferen Collaborative Learning Methods

    Collaborative Learning Sarath Chandra Madala (Author) line 1 (of Affiliation): dept. name of organization University of Houston clear lake Houston, US Abstract— To determine the best way of learning among the students, we will have some insight into some learning methods and determine the best learning methods. We found that learning in groups enhances critical thinking among the individuals of the group as well as their team skills. Hence, it is suggested that learning in…

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  • My Observation In A Special Education Classroom

    In November of 2016 I walked into Buckland Elementary for the first time unsure of what to expect. All I knew was that I was required to gain fifteen hours of practicum hours observing Mrs. Kirby Parker and her precious children in her special education classroom. Special educators, “work collaboratively with general educators and share the responsibility for ensuring that students with identified disabilities will meet with success. ALL students can learn when instruction is geared to their…

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  • I Know Why The Caged Bird Poem Analysis

    case, she has indeed committed the “unlawful act” of THOUGHTCRIME. Jurors, how would you feel about illogical racism and racial etiquette? How would things such as maltreatment and hackneyed norms effect you cognitively and emotionally? Marguerite Ann Johnson composed the poem “Caged Bird”, based on her novel “I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings”, in which she expresses her opinions of chauvinism, ethnological politesses, child abuse, civil rights, and societal expectations. In doing…

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  • The Salem Witch Trials: Fact Or Fiction?

    the devil. Sarah Good, a pregnant 38-year-old who didn’t go to church because she didn’t own clothes decent enough for church was accused by the girls, as well as Sarah Osborne, a sick elderly woman. Witch-like behavior also spread to other girls, Ann Putnam Jr. and Mary Walcott. Even though Putnam was a witch herself, she was the biggest snitch witch in the community. The judges relied on her to confirm whether the accused were indeed witches or not. She and Abigail named Martha Corey and…

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  • War And Society North And South Essay

    War and Society, North and South - The War 's Economic Impact: The North - Some commercial ventures fared inadequately. - The loss of southern markets harmed the shoe business in Massachusetts, and a deficiency of crude cotton sent the cotton-material industry into a spiral. - Industries straightforwardly identified with the war exertion profited from colossal government contracts. - Federal government went into the railroad business by building up the United States Military Railroads…

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