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    Activity One: Students isolate beginning or end sounds in student names. Inform students that you are going to say a name and only enunciate the initial phoneme. Have students guess the name being said. Repeat as desired and also use for ending sounds. Can also be done with objects. Lay objects out on the table and have students guess the name of the item you are saying the name of after giving the phoneme. Activity Two: Have students sit in a circle. Prepare a bucket with picture cards…

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    a. Questionnaire The questionnaire was in the form of multiple choices questions. There were some questions in which the students were only allowed to choose one option, and there were some questions in which the students were allowed to choose more than one option. The highest percentage was considered as the student’s needs. 1) Target Needs Target needs are an umbrella term which contains a number of important points such as goals, necessities, lacks and wants. The explanations of those four…

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    Validation: The validation was performed for fallowing method for these analytical parameters System suitability, Accuracy, Precision, Linearity, LOQ, LOD, Robustness. a) Accuracy The closeness of agreement between the value, which are accepted either as a conventional true value or an accepted reference value and the value found. Accuracy is represented and determined by recovery studies. b) Precision The precision of an analytical procedure expresses the closeness of agreement between…

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    Discussion Questions—for teacher’s use 1. What is common sense? (looking for a general definition) Thomas Paine’s—Common Sense 1. What were some new details that you learned that were not provided in the textbook? 2. What is Paine’s purpose for writing this? a. Why did he write this? b. When did he write this? 3. Paine claims there is “not a single advantage” but can you name one? Two? 4. Paine claims this is “our duty to humanity.” What does he mean by this? Is it “our duty”? a. Arguing for a…

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    I believe that students should be able to recognize from a table of inputs/outputs that there is a trend connecting the numbers. If this trend goes up continuously by the same number, it would be said to be a linear function. Common examples of linear function would be distance traveled over time for objects traveling at constant speed; cost of gas in relation to gallons used. Certain situations are linear or not based on whether or not the rate of change is constant or varies. Linear systems…

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    Literacy Instruction in Multicultural Settings Kathryn H. Au Patterns of Interaction: Adjusting to Cultural Differences Kathryn Au explores cultural differences in teachers and students and the impact that being from different interactional backgrounds can have in a classroom when attempting to create a community of learners. Focusing on the importance of a composite classroom culture that is fostered by teachers armed with the knowledge of culturally responsive instructions or instructions…

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    The Van Hiele Theory applies to the article “Freedom Quilts and the Underground Railroad.” The three level of Van Hiele are used in the Freedom Quilt Activity. These three levels are recognizing figures by their appearance, recognizing/analyzing figures by their properties or components, and forming abstract definitions and classifying figures by their elaborating on their interrelationships. Students will be scaffolding as they are analyzing the shapes. At the second part of the activity, the…

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    PARCC-Aligned Scoring Rubric for Research Simulation Task and Literary Analysis Task, Grades 2-3 Construct Measured Score Point 4 Score Point 3 Score Point 2 Score Point 1 Reading Comprehension of Key Ideas and Details The student response demonstrates full comprehension by providing an accurate explanation/ description/ comparison and by referencing the text(s) explicitly. The student response demonstrates comprehension by providing a mostly accurate explanation/ description/comparison and by…

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    As part of the Wisconsin Comprehensive School Counseling Model (WCSCM), career planning is part of a threefold domain; including academics and personal/social needs. Career planning begins in kindergarten in the simplest of forms, such as, asking students what their parent’s occupations are and giving them examples of careers people have. In fourth grade, Hemlock Creek Elementary School students complete a Learner Resume. The student fill out their resume; including information on their…

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    The overall goal in personalization foci involves how well supervisee effectively managed reactions, feelings, and attitudes in professional manner with clients (Koltz, 2008). In addition, personal counseling styles and consistency serve as a baseline to professionally address countertransference, boundary setting, and amount of self-disclosure with clients (Murphy & Kaffenberger, 2007). Furthermore, personalization aids to discover the supervisee’s degree of ethical and professional behaviors…

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