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  • Purpose Of Assessment

    Range Achievement Test 4(WRAT4). Sean was only asked to take two parts of the assessment the spelling portion and the math computation portion. On the spelling portion of the assessment he received a raw spelling score of 27. Which means that out of the 42 words he spelled 27 of those words correctly. It was assumed that he would be able to do the letter writing portion of the exam so he was given a perfect raw score of 15. When the two raw scores were added he earned a total spelling raw score of 42. When added to the standard score scale it equates to a standard score of 97. Which at a 90 percent confidence level has true score range between the scores of 90 and 105 with a standard error of measurement of 10%. This means that we are ninety percent sure that Sean’s true score on the spelling portion is between 90 and 95. When compared with the population he would be in the average achievement range of spelling. On the math portion of the assessment he received a raw score of 26. This means out of a total of 40 question he got 26 correct. When added to the assumed perfect score of 15 on the Oral math portion he has a total math computation raw score of 41. When added to the standard score scale he receives a standard score of 94. Which at a 90 percent confidence level has a true score range…

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  • The Role Of Animals In Maus By Art Spiegelman

    In his graphic novel, “Maus”, Art Spiegelman tells a survivor’s tale of his father, Vladek Spiegelman. Valdek was a Jewish-Polish survivor of World War II. He endures many hardships as the graphic novel progresses, including but not limited to the loss of his first son, Richieu, numerous prison camps, and bankruptcy. However, what is unique about this graphic novel is the way it is illustrated—animals replace humans as the characters of the story. Jews are portrayed as mice, the Germans as cats,…

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  • Maus: A Survivor's Tale

    Maus explains the past and present story of Holocaust survivor Vladek Spiegelman. Art, his son, wrote this graphic novel to learn about his father’s experiences in the Holocaust. He depicts Jews as mice, Germans as cats, and Poles as pigs. It goes through Vladek’s whole journey from marrying his wife, Anja, to ending up in Auschwitz. In “Maus: A Survivor’s Tale”, by Art Spiegelman, the author shows through family relationships, not only the struggles and hardships that Vladek, the main…

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  • MIPS-R Thinking Styles Essay

    In this category, I scored higher on the Internally Focused scale under the first contrasting pair, with a 59. Individuals in who exhibit this trait are immersed deeply in the complexities of their own feelings and thoughts. However, this trait is not very strong for me given that it is 10 points away from the 50th percentile of those who also possess this trait. Significant in this category are the scores for Imaginative/Intuiting and Feeling-Guided, having scored well above the Median on…

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  • Battelle Developmentalal Inventory Case Study

    will notice that the two signifies as a child’s strength and the zero is a child’s weakness. If the child scored a one those could be used to target towards for instruction or even intervention too. Evidence of Validity, from this assessment has shown that, there has been evidence from studies, that this assessment is a high predictive validity for children who are over the age of 18 months old. The content of the validity also is considered to be high, even when newer editions may be…

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  • Soccer Reflection Paper

    blown which meant that we would go into extra-time then penalties if the score remained equalized. I don 't how but we managed to continue playing despite being exhausted and worn off. It was as if our passion was motivating us and kept us fighting through the game. The play that I had been working for all game finally worked and I was left with a 1 on 1 against the goalie. Many things went through my mind at that time, it was like the whole season wrapped up into a few seconds before me. I hit…

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  • Personal Ethic And Behavior

    one goal before starting another. It was interesting to see that conscientiousness predicts job performance for all occupational groups. This trait of my personality not only is the key to high job performance but also says that I exert greater levels of effort on my job and develop higher levels of job knowledge. The Jungian 16-Type Personality assessment stated that my scores combined into the four letter personality classification of ENFJ. This personality states that I am charismatic,…

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  • Out-Of-Level Test

    reduced the accuracy of the test results. The basic question is whether students who score low on grade level tests would score higher on lower level of the same test. To answer this question much of the research on out-of-level testing has examined the effects on raw scored and derived scores. Many have turned to chance score as a criterion measure of reliability. When the effects of the out-of-level testing on chance scores have been examined, researchers found that the number of students who…

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  • Motivation Potential Paper

    Motivation in a job is very important, if you are not motivated about your job, then it will show in your overall performance. Many jobs are repetitive and that can lead to a lack of motivation to perform the job to the best of your potential. There are ways to change the overall motivating potential of a job, it just takes the organization implementing some changes that will improve the motivating potential. Motivating potential of a job is measured by five different things, these include…

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  • Reflective Essay Questions And Answers

    that these were fair interviews resulted in us coming up with a mathematical way to grade the applicants responses. Because of the biases we were aware of, we decided that a mathematical approach would best choose our applicant, as opposed to debating and/or deciding subjectively; thusly, objectivity was paramount to our interview question development, delivery, and in grading each and every applicant’s response. We had 6 questions total for each applicant. We decided that each response should…

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