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    described Emilia as once being “silent and obedient” and is hardly noticed throughout the play, until the end, when she is replaced by a “searingly honest character” (Bloom 38). I agree with Bloom, that Emilia’s true character does not emerge until the end of the play. Many have argued that Emilia is as cunning as her husband, and collaborates with Iago to bring about Othello’s downfall. I believe that Emilia is unaware of Iago’s intentions, but rather cooperates with Iago in order to please him and play the role of the obedient wife. Emilia’s true character, a friend who will not tolerate injustice, emerges at the end of the play, when she realizes Iago’s intentions. The first gift that Desdemona ever received from Othello was…

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    In Othello Emilia is a side character who is often used as a pawn in Iago’s plans, which causes her to do terrible things to Desdemona. When we analyze her character however, we realize that she is not an evil character. We know this because throughout the play she is unaware of Iago’s plan, and she also tries to convince people of her lady’s innocence even if there isn’t any evidence proving that she is loyal. Lastly, when she learns of what she did she told Othello exactly what had happened…

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    C2/B2 There are many values and principles that underpin the chosen theme of play, for example, it is very important that play is based on the child’s personal interests, this will keep them engaged for a longer period of time, they will be more motivated to stay on task, this means that learning through play will become more effective for the child. The Reggio Emilia approach relates to this as ‘The Reggio Emilia Approach is an innovative and inspiring approach to early childhood education…

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    use, including Montessori, Frobel, play based and Reggio Emilia approach. Although all different approaches to childcare they are underpinned by Aistear, the early childhood curriculum framework (NCCA, 2009) and Siolta, (CECDE, 2006) our national quality framework for early childhood education. The Montessori method is based on the teachings of Maria Montessori, she had many principles and areas of interest these included the cultural area based around history, geography, science, arts and…

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    formal education at Sudbury as shown in the video. If I were a parent, I do not think that I would feel comfortable sending my child to that school as it does not appear to really teach anything through a formal setting. From what I could tell there are no required classes, and I feel as if students should be required to learn some certain curricula in elementary, middle, and high school. On the other hand, I can see a positive in how this type of learning can foster creativity and a real…

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    The Reggio Emilia education style started in the town and surrounding towns of Reggio Emilia in Italy out of improving and collaborative manor within early childhood education. Reggio Emilia is not a method. You don't have to be trained to teach Reggio Emilia to students but it is unique. It is believed that Reggio-inspired schools should not look the same, therefore the needs and interests of the children should be included as each child has different interests and needs at different times…

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    Sudbury Valley were pursue their hobbies on a daily basis. I was just confused and was unsure on how this approach prepared kids for real life. The Reggio Emilia Approach is an approach that goes off of Cognitive Development. Cognitive Development refers to mental activity such as how they mind thinks, remembers, and learns. Reggio proves that no matter what we know about the brain we never really know what a child’s brain is capable of. In this video they create projects and reflect on them…

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    Introduction The Reggio Emilia approach to early childhood education has been called “arguably, the most successful, most extensive and most sustained example of radical or progressive education that has ever been” (Moss, 2016, p. 167). Drawing inspiration from theorists such as Montessori, Dewey, and Piaget, Loris Malaguzzi created a social constructivist approach, which envisioned learning as an active process. Under Reggio Emilia, children are seen as unique and capable individuals who…

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    about it. Iago wanted Cassio killed. Cassio had the lieutenant position and in spite of Iago wanting this position he plays with Othello insecurities by accusing Desdemona and Cassio of having a affair. Iago’s wife name was Emilia she was really good friends with Desdemona. Iago made Emilia betray Desdemona in ways she didn't even know about. Desdemona was accused…

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    eventually leading to their downfall (Othello lost his wife and Holden’s mental health deteriorated until he wasn’t emotionally stable). Secondly, Emilia, Iago’s wife was placed in an uncomfortable position where she has to steal Desdemona’s handkerchief, for Iago (unaware of his intentions). Emilia is Desdemona’s closest friend but places her love for Iago above their friendship. This handkerchief is the root of the trouble, providing solid evidence (that Desdemona is cheating on Othello) for…

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