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    It always seems to come down to this question, the “who am I?” An entire branch of philosophy devoted to how to approach the question and still, I have no definite answer, though there has been some great art to come out of it. Thankfully, I have a bit more… “specificity” to work with, limits have been put down, as well as the much easier “why” to scribe. All about the idea of nature. That laid out, it turns the question from “Who am I?” to why am I doing this? The question more manageable, it’s time we answered it, and it’s not all bad. At least I don’t dream I’m a butterfly. To find the origins of my relationship with nature you would have to go back far. If you want to know my understanding of that relationship, then you would have to go…

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    Life Makes Me Happy Essay

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    My wonderful teacher once asked “ What moment in your life made you really happy”. There is no definite answer, being able to wakeup everyday makes me happy. Stretching in my comfy bed makes me smile. Listening to the birds chirping, the sun beaming into my eyes. There are no words that can describe that happiness, its different than receiving a present or a brand new car. Getting up to brush my teeth, looking at the mirror seeing myself. Having the privilege to shower under warm water. Looking…

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    Math Survey

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    prior to looking at the question. In addition, asking more than one question within a question leads to confusion and the inability to answer it straight forward. For example, in question 24 when asking if the participant had ever had a class discussing any of several theorists listed. If you are taking a course in sociological theory most likely you have had one with the named theorists. Once again the survey is setting the participant up for a definite…

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    Likert scale is a quantitative tool for issuing questionnaires in a survey. It employs the method of rating a participant’s response on a scale rather than just getting a single, straight up response. Likert items are the individual questions that have the answers on a scale. The Likert scale is the…

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    My English Experience

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    The first time I read through the entire thing without stopping or making notes. The second time around I would highlight information I thought was important. The third time I read I would look specifically for where in the article the answers to the required reading questions could be found. This helped me because the articles were very dense and long and it was too difficult to understand them in a single reading. For exams, the thing that helped me the most in my preparation was attending the…

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    actual classroom teacher). After this, I introduced the newest challenge – adding the “ing” and “ed” endings. I found that during this time, I talked for most of the time as I explained the “rules” of vocabulary, asking mainly closed-type questions. With the type of questions being asked during this time, there wasn’t much for student dialogue beyond the simple answers given. While we were going through this introduction, the students were seated in front of the Smart Board and we were…

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    216). The practice puts students’ questions at the center of the curriculum, and places just as much value on the element skills of research as it does on knowledge and understanding of content. To use inquiry teaching in class, I will begin by explain the procedure of inquiry, then showing a short video clip of a person stacking Styrofoam cups in a doorway (p. 219). After the video clip is shown, I will draw four quadrants on the board and title them as follows: quadrant 1 (Yes or No…

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    Questionnaire-related Measurement Error Questionnaire- related measurement error could have occurred in a couple questions within our survey because of the way that the questions were worded and the possible answers that were listed. One of the questions where this occurred was in question 8 that asks, “Should the U.S. immigration laws be made stricter, looser, stay about the same, or are you uncertain?” This represents a questionnaire- related measurement error because this question does not…

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    Maya Angelou once said, “My mission in life is not merely to survive, but to thrive; and to do so with some passion, some compassion, some humor, and some style.” In her poem called “Alone”, she gives an extended example of a reason as to why some people are unable to thrive in life and why others do. “Alone” is about the fact that no one can survive in this rough, cruel world alone, and Maya Angelou depicts this through mood, figurative language, and symbolism. First of all, stanza one of…

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    showing compassion, Ask questions to grow and understand this crazy world and last remember what Your mama said, which means the life lessons she already learned I need to keep the answers. I would formulate this basic principle in my life as follows: An action is right if and only if I continue to apply P.L.A.Y in my life and the outcome would be of my expectation. Family means everything to me and now that I am a parent of two daughters six and one I would go above…

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