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    Reflections on Teaching & Learning: Your Lesson Evaluation should include EACH of the following: Decisions about the plan • Why did you choose to use these specific teaching strategies? I felt that an inquiry-based strategy would be beneficial to the students, because I wanted to allow them to make their own hypothesis and then conduct experiments making their own observations before providing them with information and details. This allowed them to make personal connections with what they learned from me to what they observed with their earthworms. • Which parts worked and which didn’t? Why? How does this impact your next lesson? I feel like this was a successful lesson. Every piece tied into another piece, creating a cohesive lesson. The students were extremely engaged throughout the entire lessons and seemed to learn a lot about earthworm as well as how they respond differently to different environments. The students couldn’t wait to share with me, their teacher, and peers what they were seeing and learning. I even had one little girl tell me at the end of the day that she loved the lesson because it made her think about things she never would have thought about. Evaluation of Student Response and Learning • How did the students respond to your lesson while you were teaching? Give specific examples. The students were every engaged throughout the lesson. I used a nonfiction book and video to deliver the majority of the factual information for this lesson. During…

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    Blue Gummy Research Paper

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    Vodka gummy bears, gummy bears soaked in vodka are not very good tasting. Teens don't realize by eating these they are consuming a lot of alcohol. There has been many deaths from the alcohol poisoning.They often call them “boozy bears” or “drunken gummies”. According to Wndu.com “A 19-year-old had called 911 and was waiting along the road. He told a sheriff’s deputy that he ingested an unknown drug and was sick and wanted to go to the emergency room.The teen was experiencing rapid heart rate,…

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    activities. The law keepers in Moosefactory are similarly trapped in the “web” of the Netmakers, this is continuously seen in the novel when the police neglect the crimes against Will perpetrated by the Netmakers. Quotation. For the residents of Moosefactory the only way to survive is to abide to the social laws set by the Netmakers. In Will’s narrative the brown bear is symbolic of the need of community for survival. Will comes across the bear on a run and though initially threatened by the…

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    The Bear That Wasn’t by Frank Tashlin expresses the topic and main idea of a bear who struggles with loss of identity. In the beginning of the story,the bear is hibernating, oblivious to the construction of a factory above him. As he emerges from his slumber and walks outside, the foreman yells at the bear for not working. The bear simply replies ‘but I’m a bear.’ The foreman insisted that the bear is a silly man who needs a shave and wears a fur coat. The bear denies it repeatedly, so is taken…

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    I am 12 years old and I got my first bear last year. I also got a huge in 2012. My dad wanted to make sure we got the opportunity to hunt bear before bear hunting gets restricted. So, my dad called Shepard Hunting Co. and he said a hound hunt would probably be best for us. All summer I was excited for fall to come and the hunt to begin. We started preparing a week or two prior and the night before we left I could hardly sleep, I was so excited. The next day we left around 11:00-11:30 am and we…

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    Neanderthals Culture

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    Neanderthals Culture Neanderthals cultures share several similarities in traditions and belief of today’s cultures such as burial ceremony, created tools, artistic accomplishments, representational or symbolic behaviors, and clothing, most specially their aptitudes and capabilities of speech. Some site of family graves were found—much more like specific area for grave plots, and around the grave were indication of flower pollens which may perhaps means they buried their dead family member…

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    The Animal Collector In a large enterprise building, the CEO Mr Gregory lies nonchalantly on his revolving chair covered with the lush brown coat of a grizzly bear. He was looking out into the marvelous Settle skyline through a floor-to-ceiling window when his attention was attracted to something else, it was a palm-sized specimen of an endangered mouse-lemur he had recently obtained from Madagascar placed on an elaborate stand on his desk. It had eyes just as bright and lively as it was…

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    warm day of the summer when all kinds of people are talking about a bear. They say that is has only been coming out at night, and rummaging through their trash, and tearing up there yards. They have only seen it at night. They say it is a good sized bear. I have heard people say next time they see it they are going to kill it and if they don’t see it they are going to go hunting after it. Also people are leaving their houses because of the bear. In the beginning, people have been talking about…

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    Giant Panda Essay

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    The giant panda, also known as panda bear is a bear that is native to south central China. The scientific classification of the giant panda is that it originates from the kingdom: Animalia, phylum: Chordata, class: Mammalia, family: Ursidae, genus: Ailuropoda, and species: A. melanoleuca3. The giant panda has been added to the endangered species list in 2007. Conservation needs to be done by humans to prevent damage to the world that humans have caused. Without conservation, our lives will…

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    What Is The Tlingit Tribe

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    Mile’s CEPA Project (Tlingit Tribe) My project was a totem pole from the tribes of the Pacific Northwest region of the United States; specifically the Tlingit. It took me 2-3 hours to make it. (I also got some help from my mom too). All of the materials came from my mom, too. There are three animals on my totem pole. They are a bear, wolf, and eagle. The bear represents strength and courage, as these were two things needed to live the hard life of a Native American. The wolf represents…

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