McMartin preschool trial

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    1. The text discusses the prosecutor’s office at work. From the tape, cite some examples of work issues related in the text. The prosecution office at work was a method used by the prosecution team to highlight certain photos and children’s accounts about alleged sexual abuse at the McMartin preschool to gather more evidence to convince the jury that defendant Ray Buckey was a sexual deviant, and that his family was guilty of similar actions. There are several examples or prosecution at work: the prosecution team using photos of the McMartin family with the alleged victims, the photo of a woman receiving oral sex kept by Buckey beside his bedroom window, and the interviews of different children about their stories involving devil worshipping at the McMartin preschool. 2. How does discretion fit…

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    Kids Hub's Case Summary

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    EREPORT # 18661 stated the following: The exact date of the incident is unknown. 09/14/2015- Kristin Stogner came to Kids Hub with allegations of abuse against Samuel Stogner 1/12/2016- Routine check-up phone call made to Angela Stogner; Angela Stogner and Breanna Stogner made new allegations of sexual abuse against Samuel Stogner. Kids Hub's case manager Hillary Gannon made a routine check-up call to Angela Stogner for Kristian Stogner. Kristian Stogner is a child that previously came to Kids…

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    The Indictment is movie that follows the prosecution of the Buckey and MacMartin family. The average family was being accused and tried for child abuse, child molestation, and even satanic rituals. The Buckey’s and MacMartin own a preschool in California where these allegations are said to be derived from. The first time these allegations came to light was when a mother of a child from the preschool, Judy Johnson, said her son was touched by Ray Buckey and also his father. From there,…

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    adults that enable the child to do something outside of their independent levels. Due to preschoolers’ increased language competencies, the linguistic scaffolding appropriate for interacting with preschool children is different from that used with infants and toddlers. The basic approach involves recognizing the child’s zone of proximal development. This helps support the child’s participation on a higher level. Scaffolded interactions provide support for children as they communicate so that…

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    Play Based Vs Academic in the Preschool Classroom The days of preschool classrooms that only allow children to play are becoming a thing of the past. For the most part, this is a positive change for young children as teachers are incorporating curriculum and state early learning standards. There is a negative side also, the loss of play in some preschools. Many of our young children are attending some form of early education. The National Center for Education Statistics reports that “53% of…

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    Preschool Education Plan

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    If I were hired as an educational consultant to the president of the United States and had to propose things concerning preschool education, not many things would be different than it is for grade school. Like primary and secondary school, I feel like it is essential for preschoolers to be receiving some sort of education based learning in a classroom environment. This type of education will prepare young children for what lies ahead of them in grade school and up. As an educational consultant…

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    Play at Preschool and Prevail Today, children are not required to go to preschool, but with its plethora of benefits it is hard to see why preschool is not mandatory. Children develop new skills rapidly around the age of four, so why not put these developmental skills to the test in a playful classroom environment? When a parent enrolls her son or daughter into preschool she allows her child to make the most out of their newfound developments. Through the different learning processes…

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    fundamental steps to self-esteem for children, along with articles to help parents suitably encourage positive self-concept and self-esteem. Other important features belonging to this particular website include; a list of resources, guidelines, Spanish translated option, along with several other articles related to this particular topic. Using this website will help parents to understand the crucial role they play in the development of positive self-esteem, while providing a thorough…

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    By 1941 more families sought interest in early childhood education, and Government assistance for both Playcentres and Kindergartens in 1947, foresaw an expansion of pre-school education in New Zealand (Ministry for Culture and heritage, 2012). By post world war,New Zealand saw an economic and baby boom,which led to the expansion of Playcentres in new communities which officially established in 1948.(ECE Services in NZ, 2011). In 1950, it was identified that the enrollment of children at…

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    K is a 4.7 year old girl who attends a Kindergarten 2, which is under supervision of a Christian church. This preschool has three classes, one for preschool, the others for kindergarten 1 and kindergarten 2, the children there from age 3 to 5 years old. There are three main teachers and the principal of the school and there are about 26 students in the three classes. I observed K about one hour, 20 minutes in the reading class with the other two children, a boy in kindergarten 1 and a girl from…

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