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    Intro: Does color affect memorization? Many advertisements you may see on tv use bright colors instead of dark ones but why? Well for this project I will conduct an experiment figuring out whether color can affect one’s memory. And I predict that color does affect one’s memory because if “warmer” colors stand out compared to “cooler” colors then it would be easier for the human brain to remember. And based on research one way that color can affect memorization is that if a word is printed in…

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    And so, as the young men return from their treacherous mission- a perilous sennight without modern technology- they come back with not only the wicked tales of their trials, but also a report that is extremely crucial to their mark… Seven days without modern technology; a seemingly simple rule our group had to follow. There were very few exceptions to this rule, such as: using technology for homework, using technology for emergencies(i.e. your house is burning down), and any other situation-…

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    Man is known by the company he keeps. We are living in a society, where people observe us how we live, eat and behave with others in different situations. The keen observations of the people around us and consistency of our behavior to a particular situation assist the people to formulate some views regarding our personality. Thus one can state with great certainty that the views of the people around us determine our personal identity. In fact, personal identity is a perception you develop…

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    Socrates method, Theory of Recollection, is practical but might not be optimal. Discovery of new knowledge happens by first hypothesizing on the subject at hand and then experimenting on that hypothesis. If that hypothesis is proven false then the hypothesis is revaluated and tested over and over again until resolution or exhaustion ensues. In order for you to learn you must already have had previous partial knowledge of the subject in order to further build upon that subject…

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    I had the opportunity to observe Mr. Billy Mitchell on Monday, February 8th, 2016 and for a short while again on Tuesday, February 9th. Mr. Mitchell is a teacher at the Joseph K. Lumsden (JKL) Bahweting Charter School located in Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan. Mr. Mitchell’s first grade classroom that I will be attending consists of 22 children from a rural community. The purpose of this observation was to observe children as they completed tasks related to science. I did not interact much during…

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    PLEASE NOTE: We are referring to technology in a less-general way (or in a modern sense). So when we say we are staying away from technology, we mean: computers phones, music players, TVs, smart watches, etc. NOT: Vehicles(cars, buses etc.), microwaves, lamps, toilets, clocks, etc. TL;DR: When we say technology we mean any digital/modern electronic device. Introduction: Introduction and Background to the Research The topic our group chose was the influence of technology among youth,…

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    English 4 unit 2 persuasive essay: In life we all play games, striving for mastery of these games and in life in general. There are many components that go into gameplay and how its structured, but what’s to be discussed is, not how its structured, but how its played. So far, I’ve identified 3 levels of Game: principle based game, method based game, and routines/combinatorial game. The highest level being principle based, and decreasing by one level until combinatorial game. More generally…

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    I understand that observing, documenting and assessing to support young children and families is important to run a smooth and effective classroom. I will use goals and assessments to create meaningful curriculum when teaching young children. I know about and use observation, documentation and other appropriate assessment tools and approaches to collect data. I understand and practice responsible assessment to promote possible outcomes for each and every child in my classroom. I know the…

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    Your name Stephanie Aragon Date of Observation October 14, 2014 I. Identifying Information Date of Observation: October 14, 2014 Time of Observation (9:30 am) to (10:20) Highest degree of professional: BA , MA, CCC , Specialty of professional you observed: Speech therapy Place of Observation: University of Cal state Los Angeles speech therapy The child observed during a speech therapy session is an energetic three year, eleven month girl, by the name of Abby. The speech pathologist…

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    within the society? This experimental design seeks to find if there is a correlation between violence and aggression. The research question proposed asks what impact violent behavior has on a student 's level of aggressiveness. The alternative hypothesis states that students that are not introduced to watching violent…

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