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    they saw happened in the Lawndale Community Church in their tour of Spring 2012. As they were touring around and looking at the significance changes, they both can’t help but reflect on what that place used to look like some 30 years ago. Their reflection includes some laughter but on a serious notes though, they both witness God’s faithfulness to that community. In Gordon’s words “at the core of this transformation is a philosophy that John has passed on to me and---many others “ (15). This…

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    During the week of the audit, many order selectors were observed performing tasks above and beyond those stated in the company’s documented preferred methods and those considered and allocated in the engineered labor standards resulting in inaccurate and understated performances achieved against standard. For example, observed were labeling of cases after placement to the pallet and traveling out of sequence to obtain base items of multiple cases. The specified methods and engineered standards…

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    Comparing and contrast of “Those Winter Sundays” and “My Papa’s Waltz” In describing “Those Winter Sundays” by Robert Hayden and “My Papa’s Waltz” by Theodore Roethke we see that both are reflecting on a childhood experience with their fathers. There is a showing of compassion and understanding in both poems yet fear is also described. The speakers are reflecting back on a past childhood memory with their fathers but we do not understand if they are pleasant or resentment. Although they deal…

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    Throughout my highschool years, I have reflected upon how I have grown as a global citizen and as an academic student. These reflections are usually based upon different projects I have completed in class or presentations that were assigned to me, but this year has allowed me to reflect on unique experiences. I have become more aware of the situations that happen in the real world; this has strengthened my skills for college and my future career, which shows my growth as an academic student.…

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    Teaching controversial issues in the classroom through discussion is the most beneficial method for students to learn about these matters because it teaches them how to be open-minded, think critically about their own beliefs, and forces them to master their public speaking and interpersonal skills. The benefits of using discussions in classrooms to teach contentious topics are endless but the three previously mentioned have proven to be the most valuable by students, teachers, and parents…

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    It’s a learning curve Little responsibility. No real understanding. Very little concept of how the ‘big world’ works. These are just some of the uncounted ways of being three years old. Despite the idea of growing up isn’t thought of and talked about much it still happens to everyone which means it is still a substantially significant part of everyone life including mine, which has inspired me so much to write about my view and experience of ‘growing up.’ All though being three years old…

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    Client 's Two Quadriceps Treatment Program. Week One:- 1st Session out of 5. This was client two first session, the main aim for this session was to analyse the factors of the injury which caused it. Client two has developed an chronic left quadriceps which post three months from injury. The first session was only 60 minutes due to testing and assessment. The testing that was perform on client 's two quadriceps were Lachman 's, Anterior Drawer, Pivot shift, Tibial Drop Back and Posterior…

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    “In general, reflective practice is understood as the process of learning through and from experience towards gaining new insights of self and/or practice” (Boud et al 1985; Boyd and Fales, 1983; Mezirow, 1981, Jarvis, 1992). Dewey (1933) was the first to really describe and define reflective practice. He argued that it was an opportunity for people to move away from routine thinking to a critical consideration of knowledge (Finlay, 2008). Dewey started the concept but for the purpose of…

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    Ai You are going to be a mentor for a new social care worker as part of their induction process, part of your role is to help them prepare for the review after their probation period. Aia Reflective practice is a process where you stop and think about your practice and how you’re working, consciously analyse your decision making and whether you need to evaluate and refocus on your existing knowledge and helps you generate new ideas. Aib Reflective practice is important as you know how well…

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    visual parallel between both narratives and the reader, through the mentioning of a metaphorical mirror as well as the mentioning of self reflection. In The Yellow Wallpaper, the narrator whom through isolation from the outside and physical world, joins in a mental union with the wallpaper, is given the opportunity to free herself as well as manifesting the reflection the future generations of humanity. Bak describes and gives meaning to such setting, as the following “It is a room whose…

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