Johnny Appleseed

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  • Focus Of Dimension Summary

    Focus of dimension: Captures the degree to which the teacher’s interactions with students and classroom activities place an emphasis on students’ interests, motivations, and points of view and encourages student responsibility and autonomy. Summary of strengths: Flexibility and student focus: In a flexible classroom, teachers do not rigidly adhere to an agenda or plan at the expense of learning opportunities and the children’s interest in activities. Throughout the observation, the teachers showed flexibility in their activities with the children. For example, during a small group activity, a child showed interest in the Johnny Appleseed Pot. The teacher showed flexibility when she put the book down and let the children try on Johnny Appleseed’s hat. By looking for opportunities…

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  • My Educational Standards

    standard was by sending notes home to parents explaining why their child was on yellow or below. Another way I met this standard was by grouping my students by their “reading” level for literacy stations. I gathered data on my students and my personal observations of each of them, and from there I placed them where I thought they would benefit the most. Standard 2, content knowledge, was met by integrating my lessons. Since we only have 30 minutes for science/social studies every other day, I…

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  • Tree Of Life: Johnny Appleseed

    Tree(s) of Life The folk hero Johnny Appleseed is known for planting hundreds of trees across the North American frontier, but few know that this story is more fact than fiction. His real name was John Chapman, and for forty years he traveled from Philadelphia to Ohio, scavenging apple seeds from cider mills which he would eventually plant in scattered locations across the country (Means 82). Thanks to certain homestead acts which considered his trees to be land stakes, it is estimated Chapman…

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  • Nothing Gold Can Stay Analysis

    The Outsiders Essay Beyulah Anderson intro: theme- nothing gold can stay or appearance: Do you think something good and perfect can last forever? This question refers to the poem by Robert Frost, Nothing Gold Can Stay. which is a poem about how everything beautiful and perfect is precious and can't stay forever. This is a prominent theme to think about as you read this essay. The Outsiders, by S.E Hinton tells a story about a 14 year old boy trying to understand the harsh world in which he…

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  • Symbolism In Burton's Sleepy Hollow

    his ideas. In many of Burton’s films one would see these eerie swirls that are placed in many of Burton’s movie, these figures play a role in Burton’s visual arts because these swirls would be associated with Burton. For example, in The Nightmare before Christmas one swirl is seen when Jack Skeleton walks down the hill and into the graveyard. One could also see this reoccurring shape many times throughout his other films on clothing, used as tree branches and on fences. In Burton’s movies the…

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  • Theme Of Edward Scissorhands And Corpse Bride

    In both Tim Burton’s Edward Scissorhands (1990) and Corpse Bride (2005), the characters were relatively ‘different’ from those that they were surrounded by, therefore making them strange and considerably odd in the eyes of people they came in contact with- there was sympathy, pity, indifference, sacrifice, attraction, jealously, repulsion, understanding, fear, and prejudice surrounding both these characters as they discovered the real world. Both films are extremely fairytale-like, which…

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  • Weakness In The Picture Of Dorian Gray

    People think that their children naturally accumulate knowledge when they have access to high quality education. Actually, the higher education gives a possibility for them to grow and to develop themselves, when they know what needs to be improved. However, the education does not guarantee their growth and development when they do not acknowledge their weaknesses. Knowing one’s weakness is indispensable for developing or overcoming it. In the novel of Oscar Wilde, The Picture of Dorian Gray,…

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  • Tim Burton Is A Misfit In The Directing Scene In Edward Sccissorhands

    Tim Burton is a misfit in the film directing scene. Tim Burton’s directorial style is characterized by being unusual, gothic, and quirky. He is famous for films such as Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, which is a story about love keeping people from making mistakes they will regret later on. Furthermore, Burton’s film, Edward Scissorhands is about making sacrifices for loved one and lastly, Corpse Bride is a film about true love setting you free. Film director Tim Burton utilizes powerful…

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  • Toy Story 3 Archetype Analysis

    Jingnan Zhang English 3: Block Ms. Bunosky February 15, 2017 Archetypes in Toy Story One doesn’t usually watch movies and critically think about what is happening in it, but when one analyzes thoroughly, the audience can find some impressive things in the plots of these films. In the movie, Toy Story 3, the audience can clearly see a set of archetypes through the characters. Woody would be considered the hero, Buzz can be seen as the innocent person, and Lotso can be seen as the…

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  • Forest Gump Personality Analysis

    The character Forest Gump vividly described life as being “like a box of chocolates.” It was not very hard for one to figure what Forest Gump meant by his statement. He simply was saying that a person can sometimes never know what life has in store for him or her. Life can be just like picking a piece of candy out of a box with no enclosed description of the different pieces of candy to choose from. With one thing is for sure and that is the presence of different pieces of candy-a variety to…

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