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    Positive Behavioral Support System (PBSS) in the area of Teachers’ Effective Classroom Management Skills. The analysis includes a scale ascending from 1-5 with “1” being excellent in regards to implementing a PBSS and a score of “5” being poor or not ready. Our analysis shows that Lacy Elementary scored an average of 2.2 in this particular section. This is an above average readiness for implantation of a new PBSS. 2.2 falls in the very good category as far as teachers feelings towards the particular area of PBSS being addressed within the school. An area that most teachers agreed upon addressed in the questionnaire,…

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    National Junior Honors Society is a society for kids who exceed in the four categories: leadership, service, character, and citizenship. Being in NJHS would be an amazing opportunity that I hope I can be a part of. I believe that I excell in all of the four categories in many different ways and I am definitely someone that you should consider for the part. One of the categories is leadership and I feel that I am a very good leader that would be great for NJHS. For example, I play competitive…

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    the categories. I circled the exemplary box for these categories because I strongly feel that I am a respectful and engaged student much more often than not. Obviously I am not perfect and I do not always display perfect behavior but I believe I display good behavior almost always. The only category I circled proficient for instead of exemplary is the “Level of Engagement in Class” category and I will get into detail about why I feel that way later in my essay. The first two categories I want…

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    Bruner (1957) suggested four stages of how we categorize new stimuli into already learned categories. Primitive categorization being the first stage. Whereby we perceptually isolate an event or persons characteristic qualities with focus on the analysis of features. Secondly we search for cue in already existing categories that contain similar features, if there is a match then there is a ‘feature overlap’. Inferences are made if there is enough of a feature overlap. Comparable to reaching a…

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    Appendix 4 Category Analysis Form 1 P|C|R|I|Participant: Annie|Age:8|Sex: Female| ||||I like doing Harry Potter Lego, I’ve completed the night busI love rabbits, guinea pigs and dogsI think one of my hobbies is using the TV remote controlI’m really good at maths but get stuck on telling the timeI’m not very good at rememberingI like doing things out of my own free will| 3|3|0|0|column totals|Overall total = 6| 50|50|0|0|Percentages(column total / overall total x 100)| Category Analysis…

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    Aristotle’s Categories: An Analysis The Categories is a framework of Aristotle’s outlook in philosophy. It is the prologue to Aristotle’s works and sets the tone towards his philosophy. The Categories centres on the nature of a being—what it means to be a being. The idea that Aristotle is trying to present in chapter two is dividing the forms of speech in order to make the basic distinctions of them. In chapter two of the text, Aristotle identifies the four types of being. They are as followed:…

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    a fundamental sense, the federal government is what it spends. Through the budget, the government assists millions of families in meeting basic expenses and provides a financial safety net for the sick, elderly, and other dependent persons” (Professor Allen Schick, “The Federal Budget: Politics, Policy, Processes,” 2007) The Federal Budget of the United States is decided upon by both the President and Congress through a discussion process that often leaves the two parties split on controversial…

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    five people responded for a 83.3% return. I was quite surprised by the answers from the observers. I found that I rated myself lower than the observers in all five of the categories. I am not sure if this…

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    "The A-Team" is a song written by Ed Sheeran and released in 2011, the song is about a woman addicted to "level A" drugs, such as opium, meth, and other hard drugs. Someone who is addicted to a "level A" drug and is a woman, is typically called being a part of the A-Team. If a woman is part of the A-Team, it means she is most likely addicted to a "level A" drug and cannot afford the drug or much else for the matte. Which results in the woman becoming a hooker or prostitute so she can earn enough…

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    1 The words ontology and epistemology seem like confusing and broad terms, however, an individual makes ontological assumptions and takes epistemological stances throughout their entire life, usually without realizing such. Ontology is "the study of being. It is concerned with 'what is ', with the nature of existence, with the structure of reality as such" (Crotty 1998). Our assumptions about the nature of being, create our epistemology which is defined as "the theory of knowledge embedded in…

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