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  • Analysis Of Talking It Out: Online Discussion Forums In The Social Studies Classroom

    the technology being used and the way the teacher implemented and applied online discussion through a blogging format to meet the World History standards. This type of online discussion has intrigued me since the entire Social Studies team has implemented it in our school. In the article, Talking It Out: Online Discussion Forums in the Social Studies Classroom, Whitney G. Blankenship…

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  • Using Online Media To Deliver Health Information Essay

    of using online media to deliver health information. In the following section, my own experiences of using the social media network to communicate and deliver health messages to other people will be discussed. Thereafter, the maintaining of professional communication in an online forum will be addressed in detail. The final part of the assignment will discuss the potential issues that may arise while using online media. Social media is an online digital communication channel for engaging…

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  • Rhetorical Criticism Of An Online Discourse

    After reading Brandon Jones’, “Rhetorical Criticism of a Online Discourse,” I came to the realization that online discourse communities are very similar to real life discourse communities. With this in mind, I would argue that when using the internet, people should be treated with the same respect that they are receive in real life. Often times this is not the, as evidenced by Jon Ronson’s article, “How One Stupid Tweet Blew Up Justine Sacco’s Life,” which tells the story of how even a senior…

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  • Essay On Roman Empire

    The Romans set many standards for people that have lasted through time. The Roman Empire lasted over 500 years and has left the world with the many developments. These developments include roads, calendar, flushing toilets, sewers, architecture, and the love for watching people compete. The romans many monuments to showcase the power of Rome and give the people entertainment. Many of these monuments can still be found today. The Romans created many things that the world can wonder at. The Romans…

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  • Advantages And Disadvantages Of Online Training Programme

    self-contained and Stage 1 and Stage 2 of a module received minimum supervision from the author who is the trainer. Only at Stage 3, lecturers discuss face-to-face real-world cases with the trainer. In LeP, the pace to progress from one module to another is usually slowed at Stage 2 (forum) and Stage 3 (face-to-face). This is because in these two stages there is a need to have a minimum of five lecturers to sustain effective interactions.…

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  • Social Studies Class Analysis

    As a high school senior, this is the first Economics class I’ve ever taken. I didn’t know what to expect at all. Talking to most of my classmates didn’t exactly help either. I’ve heard a lot of different opinion about the class, but I knew I had to experience it myself before making a judgment. Some people have told me it was a fun and interesting class while others have told me it’s the most boring class they’ve ever taken. I thought I would be able to compare this class to one of the Social…

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  • Reflective Essay: The Key To Successful Group Projects

    If I were given the challenge to take on a project like we received in our group project. I would have to say I would be up for the challenge. The key to a successful project is the team that you have working with you. If you don’t have everyone clicking on all cylinders you won’t get anywhere with your project. One bad cylinder could ruin the all whole project. Luckily with this class, I had a good group that clicked on all cylinders. From my experience in being other groups that don’t click,…

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  • Rural Development In Fiji Case Study

    entrepreneurial emigrated from Fiji by mid 1988 and these were mostly Indo-Fiji emigrants (Knapman 1990, p. 74). Knapman states an estimate of 100 doctors, 500 school teachers, 150 lawyers and one-third of the country’s accountants left Fiji (1990, p.74). Additionally, the commodity prices increased by 13.4%, social welfare for poor families decreased and around 7000 people lost their employment in the private sector (Knapman 1990, p. 74). In 2000, the third coup took place in Fiji lead by a…

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  • The Myth Of Perpetual Growth Analysis

    Through experiencing a larger scale of industrialization, and modernization, Zambia believed that they would undergo growth as a teleological process. Anti-globalization movement - The anti-globalization movement is a social movement which is critical of corporate capitalism. This is not one single movement, per se, but more of a movement of movements. Protesters criticize globalism on many fronts (anti-capitalism, anti-plutocracy, anti-corporate, etc), however the commonality is that they all…

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  • Trajan's Forum Analysis

    On the third day ashore, I made my first visit to Trajan’s Forum. The forum is two centuries old and was built by Emperor Trajan after their successful wars against the Dacians. Using the riches acquired during the wars, the Emperor rewarded the Roman citizens with the building of the forum. Construction was started in 107 CE and completed in 112 CE. The Emperor used architect Apollodorua of Damascus to construct the forum. The forum which is the largest in Roma, is a vast complex which has…

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