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    Becoming An Electrician

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    The reason why I chose to be an Electrician was because I thought it was interesting. The story behind me choosing this career was because when I was little I would always see my dad working on an electrical projects. Being an electrician is important to society because it helps people go on with their daily lives. It keeps electrical objects like heaters, lights and many other things running. I have seen this job in action by my dad when he worked on projects around the house and I have seen it…

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    Introduction In some countries, it's common for kids to learn two or more languages at a time and to use them daily to communicate and understand people around them - in fact, some kids grow up in places where four or more languages are spoken. Although it's important to learn the prevailing language in the country where you live, for many people it's also important to have their kids learn the language of their parents, grandparents, and older siblings. Deciding whether to teach your kids one…

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    Last summer I joined a project called “Kinder Art” as a member of the content department. Thanks to it I have actually realized the career I want to pursue in the future. A sense of excitement ran in my veins when attending the first core team meeting. Ideas filled heads, all of us were energetic and eager to start up “Kinder Art 2.0”. After the meeting, basically we had had the project outline and the rest of the job was bringing the images in our head into reality. Of course running a…

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    Kite Runner Research Paper

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    Stacey Do Patricia Bolster English 2A/Period 4 11 August 2015 Kite Runner 10 RRIs pp 18-371 “It was Rahim Khan, not Baba, who had told me that story. I was always learning things about Baba from other people.” P. 18 Amir and Baba always had a difficult relationship during his childhood. Baba would question why Amir wasn’t like him, why he liked to read books and not playing soccer. He was disappointed to see they didn’t share similar interests. As for Amir, he saw Baba as an significant role…

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    Elementary Educator Elementary Educators are very important because they shape our nation’s youth. There are a few reasons why I would love to become an educator, especially with Elementary aged children. I think helping the lives of the young kids would have such a positive impact on my life. Children are open to new experiences and can handle them in positive ways when introduced with a positive attitude and support from an adult. I want to be that adult. There are three areas that are…

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    Teacher Judgment

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    assignments. This form of perfectionism hurts students’ self esteem, as they are not always able to get the highest grade possible and make common human errors. A teacher can help academic achievers by acknowledging students’ efforts and the process of learning, rather than solely complimenting student’s grades. Academic achievers should also be encouraged to reflect on their efforts and find areas of weakness in order to improve themselves. The next form of perfectionism is the risk evader,…

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    Ambition Produces Negative Outcomes Ambition is the desire and determination to achieve success. Many people strive to achieve their goals to put forth the best of their ability.In schools they have students make goals and encourage them to fulfill them. Although society presents ambition as a positive trait, the negative impact it has on people is not fully recognized . The desire to achieve your goals can be stressful with not only to have to please yourself but others too. Having…

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    According to John Myhra (n.d.) “A problem some teachers are noticing is that students no longer know how to punctuate correctly. Text messages often contain run on sentence and don’t contain any punctuation; students are carrying this poor habit to the classroom. Another concern is the use of lower cases letters”. Teenagers makes mistake by constructing a run on sentence and doesn’t contain any punctuation because of text messaging. They make themselves used to text in…

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    I chose to record a 25-minute whole group, English Language Arts lesson that focused on the 7-Steps Vocabulary strategy and Sentence Frames. This lesson focused on two selected terms (play and dip) from the targeted story “Pig in a Wig.” As I began the lesson, I activated students’ prior knowledge by asking students if they remembered the two words that they learned the previous week. Students were able to recall the terms and their definition and were able to remember the way those words were…

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    When I was in sixth grade, trying something new wasn’t thrilling or exciting. I was always too scared and and nervous to try out many new things that I have never seen or do. The fear crept into my every cell, a ghostly shadow haunting every one of my thoughts, and rattling through my frozen, unbeatable heart. This story is one of my memorable experiences in my life. In sixth grade, I went to an elementary school called San Marino. It was a wonderful school and I was one of the smartest students…

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