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  • Personal Narrative-The Most Important Lessons I Learned In High School

    In the dusty, air conditioned, drama room behind the cafeteria, I was taught a very important lesson that took three years to learn, and the rest of my life to remember. I never realized that one sentence could be so powerful. When I first heard the famous quote, I never knew it would become apart of me. Little did I know the relevance it would have in terms of my life, in the years following. I would carry those words with me and let them guide me through my decisions up to today. The bell signifying that it was 2:45 in the afternoon, meant that the sixth grade exploratory classes had ended, and that it was time to go back to core classes. I could hear the hustle and bustle through the blue entrance doors of the students being released from class. I grabbed the cold metal legs of my chair and flipped it upside down before putting it on the desk where I was sitting. Before I laid the seat of my chair on the wooden desk, I heard my AVID teacher, Ms. Banner, list the reminders out for the class. While she read them, I tried to recall the reminders so I could remember them later. No one really cared to listen to her announcements except to hear what was due the next day. All the class really cared about was catching up with their friends in the hallway to talk about the latest gossip. Ms. Banner quickly…

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  • Case Study: Southern Equities Corporation Ltd.

    PRETLOVE: IMPROPERLY OBTAINED DOCUMENTS In Southern Equities Corporation Ltd (In Liquidation) & Ors v Bond & Ors , the Court was asked to determine whether the tendering of transcript from a previous hearing that went to the credit of the defendants was an abuse of the court’s process and should not be allowed. Lander J, the presiding Judge, undertook a lengthy analysis of the legislative provisions that provide for the admission of documents. Lander J ultimately found that the court has a…

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  • Relevance In Nursing

    Nurses have from the time of Florence Nightingale been recognized as an intrinsic part of patient care in the health care industry. However, the fact that the other care professionals see themselves as the alpha and omega of health care, especially in the developing world, cannot obscure the relevance of the nursing profession especially in the aspect of quality patient care and observation. Relevance as a concept means that an individual perceives something to be interesting and important to…

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  • Relevance Of Existentialism In Hamlet

    Existentialism is a philosophical theory that emphasizes the existence of the individual person as a free and responsible agent determining their own development through acts of the will. Existentialists believe that we, as human beings, have no purpose of our existence. Jean-Paul Sartre says "Every existing thing is born without reason, prolongs itself out of weakness, and dies by chances." We don’t have a real reason for where life takes us, but death is the only ticket out. The internet…

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  • Narrative Relevance Analysis

    Narrative Relevance Narrative relevance was determined by evaluating the importance of each T-Unit in developing the narrative. A 2-point rating system was used to determine the relevance of each statement. An utterance was given a 1 rating if the utterance was relevant and necessary to the story development. Conversely, a rating of 2 was given to the utterances that were irrelevant to the story and hindered the development of the story. Each T-Unit was given a relevancy rating, and the…

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  • Cultural Relevance In Instruction

    Analyzing Cultural Relevance in Instruction Wardle (2013) summarized the significant features of a culturally relevant teacher. This assignment uses this information as a guide to apply the knowledge of culturally relevant pedagogy toward specific solutions to problems facing a teacher with a very diverse student population. This assignment offers excellent practice over the application of culturally relevant principles in the design of effective instructional solutions. In the video, Jeff…

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  • The Relevance Of ICT In Modern Pedagogy

    The relevance of ICTs in modern pedagogy Motivation has always been a problem when we talk about education. Techniques were used to try to counter this problem. One in particular is getting our attention. Technologies are being adapted to education in order to increase the student’s level of motivation. The question is: Is it relevant to use information and communication technologies in education? If yes, how does it affect the modern education? First of all, what are information and…

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  • Relevance Of Jean Piaget's Theory

    Early childhood educators play an important role in the psychological development of young children. In order to do this most effectively, it becomes useful to employ different developmental theories to guide teachings. Jean Piaget’s constructivist theory describes how children come to understand things in their environment. Similarly, Lev Vygotsky’s sociocultural theory gives direction to maximize a child’s learning. These theories both become instrumental in ensuring that children are…

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  • Dividend Policy: The Relevance And The Irrelevance Theories

    “There are two main schools of thought in respect to Dividend Policy: the Relevance and the Irrelevance Theories” Explain briefly. What is so important about the Dividend Policy? One of the four main things, any company can do with its profits is to increase equity either by paying the shareholders in the form of a dividend or postponing this payment in the form of a reserve. Furthermore, the amount to pay as dividends is one of the crucial financial decisions the company has to…

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  • The Relevance Of Christianity: Apologetics Analysis

    A well-known Christian approach has been apologetics, and in the article titled The Relevance of Christianity: An Apologetic (1998), author Rick Wade described the significance of obtaining one’s attention, and eloquently proposed that “we can engage people where they really live” (para.7). Simply put, it is the approach one takes to relay the truth about Scripture, as well as how a relationship with God could be significant to one’s current livelihood, that might make a difference in another’s…

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