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    a social activity. In addition, we need to keep in mind, learning is contextual and the act of constructing meaning is mental. Furthermore, everybody needs knowledge to learn. The last but not the least, motivation is a major aspect of learning. In conclusion, with the importance that are given to collaboration, knowledge, and creativity with the help of constructivism; the learners can begin learning in pair work, group work, and teamwork, and later make their own contributions to the world of knowledge. References: 1. Erdem E. 2001. Constructivist approach in curriculum development. Master thesis. Hacettepe Univerisity, Ankara. 2. Gruber HE & Voneche JJ. 1977. The essential Piaget. New York: Basic Books. est donc le vrai Piaget Q & Papert S. 1982. An interpretation of Piaget’s constructivism. Revue internationale de philosophie, 36(4), 612- 635. 3. Perkins DN. 1992. Technology meets constructivism: Do they make a marriage. Constructivism and the technology of instruction: A conversation, 45-55. 4. Mvududu NH & Thiel-Burgess J. 2012. Constructivism in Practice: The Case for English Language Learners. International Journal of Education, 4(3), p108-p118. 5. http://curriculumevaluation09.blogspot.com/2009/07/constructivism.html 6. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kYU9UfkV_XI 7. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OuOXkM28llc 8. http://www.slideshare.net/mlegan31/constructivism-in-the-classroom 9. http://marjorieumg.weebly.com/learning-theories.html…

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    Concluding the results from my elicitation task and the literature, I would propose the learning theory behaviourism focuses more on motivating the children when learning. Studies of behaviourism often include positive reinforcements and oppose negative reinforcement as it can be detriment and lose the learning and focus of a child. However, when I used negative reinforcement I was concerned it would affect and loose the learning and focus of Child 2 and all the group, especially Child 1 with…

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    Mary Bloody Mary Analysis

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    Fitzroy died at the age of 16, although he had always been too weak and sickly to be a great king, anyway. Jane Seymour died in childbirth, but her son Edward lived. Then, Henry married Anne of Cleaves but divorced her quickly because of how ugly she was. Next, Henry married 19 year old Catherine Howard, but beheaded her because he thought she was adulterous. Finally, Henry married Catherine Parr and lived with her until he died. Mary was crowned Queen of England in 1553. She was passionate…

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    Hanson, Marilee. "King Henry VIII’s Love Letters to Anne Boleyn" Although his love for her was made clear with these letters, her lack of producing a male heir would become her downfall as well. Anne, like Catherine before her would suffer from miscarriages and only produce a female heir as well. Elizabeth was born on September 7th, 1533 and would be Henry and Anne’s only child to survive infancy. Once again Henry would take other women to his bed, and unlike Catherine, Anne refused to look the…

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    Anne Boleyn was accused of many things such as high treason, witchcraft, adultery, and incest. Suspicion arose against King Henry and Jane Seymour, his mistress at the time, both of whom were banqueting on the Thames at the time of Boleyn 's arrest. Pamphlets circulated throughout all of London that mocked the trials against Boleyn and the men and supported the Queen. On May 17,1536 Anne Boleyn 's brother, George Boleyn and the other men who were accused were executed. The keepers of the Tower…

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    enjoyed using the idea to turn on her. Perhaps she was falsely accused, perhaps Anne and the five men accused alongside her were maliciously attacked and convicted of crimes they did not commit and were then put to death in order to keep the throne happy. Perhaps they were in fact guilty of the crimes they were convicted of. The truth is yet to be known, it appears it will never be known, Anne never even left a hint to whether there was truth to her accusations, in her execution speech. Anne’s…

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    In 1537 Henry’s third wife Jane Seymour gave birth to a son named Edward, which took even more attention away from Elizabeth and pushed Elizabeth’s chances at ruling even further away by making her third in line for throne. Once Edward got older Elizabeth spent a lot of time with him and loved all the attention she was getting from her stepmom (henry’s 6th and final wife) Catherine Parr She received the same education that was normally only taught to male royalty. Some of the courses were…

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    lot of great, drama, television shows are the ones that find a way to connect with their audience. They are able to give us life lessons while adding some humor so it won’t be too serious the whole time you 're watching it. They don’t sugar coat what 's really happening in the world to make it seem like one big fairy tale. Although some of the situations are creatively made up their are a lot of events in the show that are currently happening in some households. The television show, “Being Mary…

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    Previously a lady in waiting to Anne, Jane Seymour captured the attention of the king. An interesting fact about Jane Seymour that separates her from Henry’s previous wives is pointed out by Eakins, “Jane never had a coronation” (Eakins) . Jane Seymour was never crowned as Queen of England. Furthermore, Jane was the only wife who fulfilled her duty by providing the king with a son and male heir; the one desire that drove him to divorce Catherine and break away from the Catholic Church.…

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    of bananas. They're very ordinary-looking fish when they swim in. But once they get in they behave like pigs...after they eat so many bananas they can't get out of the banana hole..they die.”(pg.14). It is a very strange way to explain an imaginary fish that you just made up to a young child, it’s a rather sad and grim concept. Unless you look at the whole thing as a way for Seymour to express his complex thoughts about society to a child. Recall earlier when instead of simply telling Sybil that…

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