London King's Cross railway station

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  • Creative Writing: Return To London

    The noise of high heels dancing on the wooden floorboards echoes through the cold, empty, deserted rooms of the compact London flat, that she had called home for the last few years.Eyes closed, she drinks in the memories, smells and sounds. Moving from room to room, revisiting happy times and events, absorbing them to her mind’s eye for the long lonely nights that she thinks lay ahead. Suddenly Sarah Jane stops and stands like a statue frozen in time. Here in a state of numbness, within the walls of silence, cold, empty living room that was often filled with love and laughter. Sarah beings to doubt if the decision to leave and return to Yorkshire was the right one or the one she would regret in time. After what seems like hours she shakes…

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  • Examples Of Aggressive Behavior

    when he is physically aggressive. By praising Tim for asking to play and ignoring the physical aggression, Tim’s behavior will begin to improve. 9. Outline Strategy Materials/Additional Information Steps Prevent: Limit the Number of Students in Free Play Stations • Timer 1. At the beginning of every free play time, I will remind students that there may only be 3-4 of them in each…

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  • Example Of My Supervising Teacher

    could see myself using these in my classroom, especially if like my supervising teacher the students are at tables instead of personal desks. b. My supervising teacher has reading stations as the first subject every day. There are three stations; one station is self-read, one station is partner read, and the final station is called word work. My supervising teacher has each student select the order in which they will do their stations. However, if the station they chose is full they must move on…

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  • Comparison Of Two Radio Concerts

    While the two radio stations have different genres and target audiences, there are similarities between them. For the hour of audio analysed from each radio station, the same time, midday to 1pm was sampled. Format wise both stations were similar, starting the hour off with a song, contrary to the norm, which is newsbreaks and/or weather report. The similarities in the formats continue, as after the song at the beginning hour, there is a voice breaks from the announcer, followed by a block of…

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  • Week Nine Reflection Report

    Reflection for Week Nine During week nine, much of the focus was teaching students how to be problem solvers in preparation of beginning guided math stations and adjusting the procedures and the current methods used for our reading stations. In hopes of making this an exciting responsibility that students eagerly wanted to participate in, I created “Problem Solver” badges for one person in each group to wear during stations. On Monday, students were introduced to the “Problem Solver” badge…

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  • Practicum Experience In The Classroom

    Learning stations, worksheets, graphic organizers and interactive activities just to name a few. Learning stations is the one I witnessed the most and learned the most about. I learned that not all learning stations are beneficial and that as teachers we need to constantly reevaluate the stations we are employing in our classroom. A learning station that was once effective may no longer be effective later in the year. I have also learned Learning stations work best when the students are held…

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  • Santiago As A Christ Figure Essay

    that Christ hung on the cross. This passage from The Old Man and the Sea has been analyzed by multiple critics and they are certain that this is not a coincidence. Throughout the novel, we encounter enough evidence to confirm that Ernest Hemingway intended to portray Santiago as a reincarnation of Jesus Christ. The Old Man and the Sea resembles Christ's journey to Calvary through the actions of Santiago, the protagonist. To begin with, Santiago's resistance to defeat symbolizes the first…

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  • Child Development Observations

    The parent-child interactions I had witnessed were both positive and negative. There were many good situations with parents where they would gently scaffold and would only help the child when needed instead of just doing it for them. They would get down to the kids eye level when helping. On the other hand, there were some parents that would simply just leave their child at our station and not even care if they needed help. There were also some parents that would just stand behind their child…

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  • Tracheostomy Care Essay

    Each station has various types of tracheostomy tubes on the table so they can hold it, manipulate it and visually see the differences. Each station also has a mannequin with a tracheostomy with an oxygen delivery system, as well as cleaning supplies and suctioning supplies. Participants should hold and manipulate the items, getting comfortable with each one. Each participant should take turns practicing trach care and suctioning. While participants are at are the stations, circulate answering…

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  • Summary: The Classroom Setting

    Each of the stations will focus on having an activity that will engage the child’s interest, support skill development, and ultimately lead them to accommodation. The stations will rotate on a weekly basis to allow for maximum experiences within the school year. There will be tables and chairs for open play areas and snack time. The classroom will have child sized couches placed in-between the stations so that the children can have a place to relax, read a book, or take some quiet time. Supplies…

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