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    his homework. I asked James what problem he was working on, but he did not immediately respond. James did say anything to me for about a minute, he just sat there. I said, “It looks like you got the first graph correct. How about we try the second one?” He continued to stare at the paper, but he said, “Ok.” I asked James, “Where do we start?” He pointed to the equation and said “solve for x.” He grabbed it tiny pencil with no eraser and started to write. About one number in, his pencil broke. James, for this first time in our five minutes of interaction, looked me in the eyes and said, “Do you have a pencil sharpener?” As I got up to get the pencil sharpener from Grace, still staring at his paper, James cracked a smile. I handed James the purple pencil sharpener. He looked at the pencil sharpener and slowly began to sharpen his pencil. James turned the pencil once, then paused. He did this again, and followed the same pattern for about 10 sharpens. James then placed on the pencil shavings on the desk. I asked him, “Are you going to build something with the pencil shaving?” He responded, “No.” Across the room, the three boys who were sitting together, Tyler, Chris and Mark began talking really loud and distracted James. He looked up and then laughed. Grace asked James to start working on his math again, so that he would not have to do it when he got home. For the next five minutes James did not talk and worked on his math. He would point to things and I would do my…

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    I then asked Frank “what can you do to learn and remember the items?” Frank responded with, “I can memorize them.” I gave Cassie as much time as she needed in order to memorize the five items. When he was ready he stared, “black pen, blue pen, pencil, eraser, and paper.” After I stated, “Now can you tell me how you remembered the five different school items?” He nodded his head and began saying, “I remembered black pen and blue pen, because there both pens but different colors. Pencil and…

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    Students will deposit their broken or dull pencil in a container next to the sharpened pencil container. I will show the students on the first day where the pencil station is located and what they need to do when they need a sharpened pencil. I will demonstrate what a student needs to do to quietly signal that they need to leave his or her seat to get a new pencil. I will ask for a pencil monitor to help sharpen the dull or broken pencils at the end of class. Every student will have a turn to…

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    How to make optimum utilization of Carpenters pencil? Description: You can now get a proper guide in using Carpenters pencil and this guide is generally catered by the manufacturers. If you are not aware of the specifications in details, then you will not be able to make proper selection. Though Carpenters pencil is treated as a mechanical pencil but the usage is just like any other normal pencil. These pencils are now available in different sizes. These pencils can be mainly characterized by…

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    While he was driving he would not speak much and if we asked him a question he would provide very short answers very quietly he avoided eye contact with everyone and would occasionally look up to watch and see what his brother was doing. He didn 't want to use any of the colored pencils crayons or markers that we had he brought his own little box mechanical pencils. He was very keen on the details I 'm focused on trying to get those and the best he could. He read you his hands about three times…

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    Writing Center Reflection

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    The writing center was designed with the goal in mind of providing with didactic materials that will help the child to develop skills. For example the fine motor skill, how to grab the pencil, how to write on the paper, and how to play with match cards with words and pictures. Such materials were displayed on a table at the child’s level. The materials I provided had the main purpose of being explored to understand the concept of words and learn letters. I used the materials so he could be…

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    Boredom Essay Reflection Before I had come to college and taken our Bored to Tears writing class, I really hadn’t thought deeply about boredom and searched into the depths of its meaning. To me boredom normally meant a person was lazy and unproductive or stuck in a boring situation, such as the science fair. The writing tools, class discussions, passages, and books that we read in class opened my mind to the world of boredom in a new light and allowed me improve my skills as a reader and a…

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    Six-year-old children do not make good doctors. This statement may seem fairly obvious, but my six-year-old-self was ignorant to this fact. Sitting in the middle of a carpet floor of a white-walled classroom, my best friend Gracie and I were using mechanical pencils to give each other ‘shots’. After cleaning our arms, hands, thighs and any other body parts that desperately needed medical attention with hand sanitizer and tissues, we traded turns being the doctor and administering the ‘shots’.…

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    Cursive Class

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    learned how to write cursive and now everything we write has to be in cursive. Except for math. But it doesn’t hurt to ask the teachers if we need to. I personally like to write in print rather than in cursive. “Of course you do. Everything you write needs to be in cursive except for math,” she responded. I mentally groaned. We have to do a lot of writing and it all has to be in cursive. My cursive was pretty nice if I do say so myself. Maybe my “s” is sort of bad because the loop part doesn’t…

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    power pack was connected to a non-power electrical outlet. 2. Alligator-clip wires were attached to the D.C. outputs of the power pack. 3. An ammeter with already an alligator clip wire attached, was connected to one end of a wire that was attached to the power pack (See Diagram A). 4. The opposite ends of the alligator clip wires were attached to either end of a 17.5cm long graphite pencil (making sure that both ends of the pencil were sharpened). 5. A voltmeter that had two alligator clip wire…

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