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    own. You turn in your railer award at the office and on Friday they draw railer award and call you up to get a prize. It takes awhile because there are other people turning their's in. You usually get a soda, pencil, mechanical pencil, erasers, energy drinks, and a decoration for your pencil. If you get a soda or energy drink, you would have to wait tell…

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    Bonnie is observed by her teacher, having trouble tying her shoe laces, holding a pencil and string beads. Her teacher believes that she cannot speed up Bonnie's growth in fine motor control. Therefore, she has asked Bonnie to build block towers or play in the dress-up area, and excused her from the classroom activities that enlist fine motor abilities, such as "Puzzles" and "Arts and Crafts". Excluding Bonnie from the lessons may have an effect on her confidence, but her parents can motivate…

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    class has forgotten their pencil--and, every student knows that the more pencils they have, the more they work they can write down for partial credit. A pile of used mechanical pencils sits unregulated in a corner. One student, Dylan, realizes that he can take one of those pencils and get a better grade than others in the class. In fact, he can take as many as he wants. So, despite the hardship that it might cause the other students and the finite nature of the pencils, Dylan moves to take them…

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    Making Graffiti Letters

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    words to draw in graffiti. Ruled or blank paper doesn’t matter, I prefer blank so you don’t see the lines and it's easier to draw on. You don’t have to do it on paper, you can use other surfaces, but you will want to do it lightly in pencil first. If you don’t do it in pencil, you might mess…

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    Math Misconceptions Essay

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    Mathematic misconceptions arise in education as a result of students’ interpreting a situation differently than what is being taught in class. While some students may make mistakes in class due to lack of attention or lack of knowledge, there are common mistakes made in mathematics as a result of misunderstandings. As teachers, we are the ones responsible with developing our students’ conceptual understandings of mathematics in such a way that our lessons cater to the meaning of what is being…

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    Technology has and still continues to play a big role in society. People think that they technically aren’t using “technology”, when in reality they are. Technology isn’t just phones, computers, television, etc., but it is also things that are used in our everyday lives, such as a calculator. Technology has advanced in the past few years. Many of the items that I use today, I wouldn’t of ever imagined that I would be using. Back when I was in first grade, CD players were very popular. Having a…

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    themselves with either finger foods, or attempting to use a spoon, and at this stage drinking cups can be introduced to be used with both hands. 2 – 3 Years: At this point mark making will have progressed to scribbles on paper as they begin to use pencils correctly and hold them in a palmer grasp. They can walk up and down stairs with both feet on one step at a time, and can run without falling over. They will be able to use jugs to pour liquids, and can build larger towers than before.…

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    Shoring 15fq

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    Scoring of the 15FQ+ varies depending on whether the questionnaire is computer administered or in a pencil and paper format (reference). If the questionnaire is administered online via the computer, the test is then automatically profiled and scored by the system (reference). However, if the questionnaire is administered in the pencil and paper format, there are two methods for scoring the test; computerised scoring and hand scoring (reference). For test users making use of the computer-based…

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    "Royal Aristocrat" begins the trio with an aging man, flashing back to his days of rowdy, youthful work and resorting back to pencil and paper in writing poetry. The next of the three poems, "Death in New Orleans, a Romance," continues the account as the man writes in pencil; however, in the end the man dies, "leaving [his] body behind" to transition into the final poem, "Writing in the Afterlife." Here, the commander ushers the speaker into the afterlife…

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    Stoner, comes into class without any of his materials for class. The teacher, Mrs. Schumacher, asks him if he could go get a pencil. Hayden told her yes but also added that he would be tardy. The bell rings and Hayden dashes out of the room to go back to his lock for at least a pencil. The class has already begun reading aloud when Hayden comes back in quietly with paper and pencil in hand. Another student makes a comment about how many times Hayden has worn the shirt he is wearing. Hayden…

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