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  • Case Study Of Early Childhood Education Case Studies

    My child that participated in my case study is Brandon Sharma. He is in 4th grade and is 9 years old. He is developing well for his age and shows no signs for any learning disabilities. I only see him on the weekends so that may obstruct what I observe. Overall, Brandon was a good choice for my case study because he is a perfect example of how technology is good and bad for you. I will further explain other aspects of Brandon physically, cognitively, socio-emotionally, and culturally. For a 9 year old child, his height and weight are normal. He is 4 feet and 3 inches tall and weighs 58 pounds. A developmental milestone is that he started to talk at the normal age. Brandon does not have any health issues, but he does not eat balanced meals. He rarely eats home cooked foods and eats a lot of ramen and fast food, like McDonalds. His breakfast during the school week consists of bacon and eggs or crackers and tea. When he was younger, everyone was worried because he was not gaining weight. His parents had to force him to eat food because he was reluctant to eat food by himself. His diet is unhealthy, but he does not gain weight. He drinks a lot of soda, mainly Pepsi, fried food, and takeout, so there are high contents of fats and sugars in his body. He has headaches from time to time, and it is probably from an inconsistent diet. His doctor recommends him to not eat these foods, but that is the only thing he will eat, so his parents give in so he does not starve. As for…

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  • The Jonestown Massacre

    increasing his discipline and dedication that he required from members. Behind the public eye he progressively pushed himself upon his followers and shaped himself as their father figure and had a Messiah like presence. He never ordered his followers to do anything, but he did have staff strongly suggest to do tasks because it would please “father”. “Within the Temple,Jones demanded absolute loyalty, enforced a taxing regimen, and delivered sermons forecasting nuclear holocaust and an…

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  • Guyana Crime Rate

    Guyanas crime rate has begun to rise in the past decade from reading multiple articles on the topic, that is why they are begging to implement SWAT teams and other special forces in their department. A YouTube channel by HGPTV (Channel16 Cable67) with the video being named, Guyana Crime Rate has increased talks about, how the murders aren’t just simple murders happening. These are execution type murders taking place in the streets of Guyana. The killings are happening during robberies, domestic,…

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  • Diversity And Tolerance: Half-Caste

    1.8 Connections Report - Theme: Diversity and Tolerance Connection: Multi-cultured are not able to connect with both the traditions and the values so they tend to disconnect with their own culture to feel more modernised amongst the society. Title of Text and Name of Author/ Singer/ Director Text Type Notes - How the text relates to my connection Evidence from Text - Quotations or close references to the text ‘Half-Caste’ by John Agard Poem Agard is half African and half Guyanese - as people…

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  • The Butterfly Revolution Analysis

    Benjamin Franklin once said “[t]hose who would give up essential Liberty, to purchase a little temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety.” The message Franklin was trying to convey is that liberty is a gift, and it should not be used as a bargaining chip for ones personal desires. His warning to all about the value of vital rights is not just right-wing propaganda, but rather a warning with truth behind it. Throughout history many people have given total devotion to a ruler in hopes…

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  • The Snake Warriors Summary

    “The Snake Warriors – Sons of the Tiger Teeth: a descriptive analysis of Carib warfare, ca. 1500-1820” by Neil Lancelot Whitehead Neil Whitehead, in his article The Snake Warriors analysed Carib warfare, uses historical texts’ to interpret Carib war culture and society anthropologically. He does this by first, describing Carib military tactics prior to European contact, discussing social and ideological context they were deployed, and also to analyze the effect European contact had on the…

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  • Personal Narrative: I Am A Guyanese-Americans

    For a long time, I had trouble figuring out who I am as an individual. Under the conditions that I grew up in, it wasn’t always as simple as identifying myself by my race. It would be easy to say I am a Guyanese-American and proud. In the white privileged society we live in, proclaiming your ethnicity alongside the term “American” does not work out. I grew up in a predominantly Hispanic and White neighborhood. I tried my best to fit in with this population. Being a victim of bullying, it was…

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  • Ethnographic Essay On Death In Guyana

    essay I chose to write about the customs and traditions of death in Guyana. This country was chosen for this essay because when I visited there in winter recess a death had occurred. Guyana is a small country in South America neighboring Brazil and Venezuela in which I grew up in. Guyana is the only South American country that speaks English because it was colonized by Great Britain. Like many countries Guyana has many customs and traditions that are followed by the citizens such as “nine…

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  • Frontier Mining Company Case Study

    Guyana Frontier Mining Corporation (GMFC) is a public mineral exploration company listed on the TSX Venture Exchange (TSX-V: GYG), and is focused on the exploration, discovery and development of precious metals deposits located within the South American country of Guyana. The company formerly Shoreham Resources Ltd came into operation in the year 1987 and began acquiring interests in Guyanese gold exploration properties in 2007. The company holds various rights to obtain working interest in…

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  • Occupational Health And Health Case Studies

    1.2 Statement of Problem WO (1983), posited that “occupational health has made little progress in developing countries in recent years and usually is low on the list of national priorities.” Guyana is no exception; since Guyana is considered a developing country; and according to GUYANA COUNTRY COOPERATION STRATEGY 2010-2015 (2009), it stipulated that even though Guyana has introduced and Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) Act in 1998 it insufficient due to lack of complete enforcement; it…

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