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    assessments and are given a variety of assessment to meet their differing needs. The shift of assessments in education has been a continuous process. When I was in high school ten years ago, a majority of my tests were fifty question long, paper-and- pencil tests that asked “forced-choice questions” (Tileston, 2004). Those tests played an important role in my learning, and still play a role in the learning of students today. Tests with forced-choice questions should be used to test “declarative…

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    Persuasive Essay Prompt

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    recycling system, using technology in place of paper and pencil, and a community trash pick up. One thing I would do is put forward the idea of a recycling program. Recycling is a benefit to both the environment and humans. Students can positively affect the environment by recycling. Recycling reduces the amount of trash in landfills. Less trash in landfills means less polluted ground. Using technology like laptops instead of paper and pencil would also help cut down on the amount of trash.…

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    with Lindsey and her mother along with his friend Hassan. Together they help each other grow and learn; via hog hunting, cave exploring, and late night conversations. Overall the most influential objects in the story are The Mansion, his notebook/pencil, and his phone. The Mansion is detrimental to the plot and character developement of all three adolescents. Colin and Hassan whilst on their road trip have the uncanny luck to stumble upon their to-be benefactor; Hollis. Hollis is Lindsey's…

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    Definition Of Metaphysics

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    things as only simple things, or just as things of what they are. For example, when we look at a pencil, we only think of it as the material thing of pencil. We do not think about what makes it a pencil, other than the physical materials. However, when we think with a metaphysical point of view, we begin to think of other things of what makes a thing a thing, or in this example, what makes a pencil a pencil. When the subject of metaphysics is involved, we think of several compositions of a…

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    The first object I would say is one of my life’s artifacts would be art supplies. My art supplies are mostly made up of pencils and paints, such as colored pencils, watercolor pencils, oil paints, acrylic paints, and water based paints. This artifact is important to me because ever since I was a small child I’ve been drawing wherever I could. When I became older my older brother would sit with me and teach me all of the techniques that he used when he drew. Art supplies are an artifact of my…

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    Velocity Lab Report

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    The note length is determined by the value of the current Default Note (16th note or last value of the last selected note). • The Velocity is determined by the current position of the Velocity Slider in the Local Inspector ➐. • After the click, the Pencil Tool changes to the Resize Tool ➑, because the cursor is positioned at ‣ a Click Zone (the left border of a note). Create + change length: Click-drag creates a new note at the click position and lets you resize the length by dragging left-right…

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    One side of the classroom is the laptop students and the other half is the students who note take with paper and pencil. They think that by doing this is will help the students who are using paper not be distracted by the laptop screens that could be in front of them. Also in the Rockmore’s article, Dan talks about how they could “kill the switch”, which would be turning…

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    Water Day Reflection

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    CREATIVE DEVELOPMENT Children practiced writing letter a upper and lower cases by tracing it using worksheets, pencil and colour pencils. They drew few characters from Rapunzel's story using bond paper, pencil and markers. Each child made his/her rainbow using its worksheet pattern, tempera paint and paintbrush. During World Water Day, we were exchanging ideas and various reasons why water is important in…

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    Before the students came to the classroom, I placed their morning cursive worksheets on their desks. Mrs. Jackson gave me a copy of her lesson plans for the week (which she must hand in to the principal every Monday morning by 8:00). Today Mrs. Jackson did not greet the students at the door, but worked in her classroom as the students came in. Mrs. Jackson began the class by introducing the website, www.pearsonsuccessnet.com to the students. This is a website that goes with their reading book,…

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    and a marking pencil suspended from a pendulum. The pencil would mark on the paper as the electric circuit was opened and closed. What is now known today as Morse code is what Samuel Morse created when he used dots and dashes in his telegraph. To continue his experiments and research he needed financial support. Fortunately, Morse was joined by Alfred Vail, the son of a wealthy business owner and skilled mechanic. Morse’s original design underwent many changes. Instead of a pencil writing…

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