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is the answer. Placement within Carpenter’s framework: Student L falls within the ‘direct modeling’ framework. When Student L figured out how to solve the problem, she had a one to one correspondence with the blocks and the numbers in the problem. She counted out 9 blocks to represent \$9 and then counted out 7 blocks to represent the \$7 that was left. She then added all the blocks up starting with the first block, to show how much money there was to start with. She had to keep counting from 1, instead of counting on from her groups, showing that she does not have quotity. Student L wanted to follow a time sequence, but there was no starting point, which is where she got confused. She counted out 9 blocks and then 7 blocks, trying to figure out the starting number for the problem.…

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“How many are hidden?” 5. I repeat with different amounts removed. 6. If the child responds quickly and correctly and is clearly not counting in any way, I call it a “mastered number.” 7. If a number is mastered, I will repeat the entire process with the next higher number. 8. I will continue until the child begins to stumble. Evidence of stumbling might be using fingers, nodding with head, long pause. Additionally, if the student uses a certain strategy such as counting back, counting on,…

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African sculpture is most often figurative, representing the human form. It is primarily fashioned from wood. The African sculpture can be described as monumental, meaning that the figure or form is not separated from the wood in which it is carved, which gives is a feel of heavy permanence. These aspects are visible in the African sculpture, Figure of Bena, Mboi, Yunger people in Nigeria 14th-16th century, Nigeria, Eastern Gongola Valley, and Figure of the Jukan people 19th-early 20th century,…

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Yet upon a second more detailed examination, traditional elements of composition began to appear. In the center of the piece, there is an identifiable pyramidal structure of the figures, with the reclining nude upon the boot at the base, the three figures, Mary, Jesus, and the contemplative apostle in the back, making up the body of the pyramid, and sun-ring at the top. Vanity and lust fall below qualities of compassion and wisdom, which ultimately is under godliness and piety. Another…

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The Flower Girl. As with many of Vyse’s figures, names were often changed. The autumnal sprays in the basket, may have been the cause of the re-naming the figure Autumn Leaves. This is a quintessential Vyse figure, illustrating the reality of the social background from which the flower selling women sprang. The outdoor life in all weathers doubtlessly gave the women, their ruddy and weathered features, so unlike the pale creamy complexions of their Vyse counterparts. Moreover, Vyse is saying to…

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46 47 48 49 50 51 52 (46-48) (49-52) 80-90 100-120 Poison Dart Frogs 通し番号01-040: Classroom instruction (80-90 words) (Narrator): Listen to a college music professor talk to a class. (Man/Woman): What is music? Is sound by itself music? What makes sound music? In 1952, John Cage wrote a song called, “Four Thirty-Three”. The song “Four Thirty-Three”, had no sound it it. The whole song is four minutes a thirty-three seconds of silence. John Cage said that “Four Thirty-Three” was music. When…

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role in how the main character would struggle to find who he was as a person and what kind of potential he obtained emotionally as well as educationally. Between his father, mother, and closest the protagonist had no one to express himself to. The main character recollects “He handed me a gift, a book, and after he was gone i threw it away, didn’t even bother to open it…” (Diaz 433). He was so jealous of Beto that he chose to leave him in the past and not open his gift that he felt was to…

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waited in that theatre room for days, anticipating the competition to come. waiting thirty minutes to preform isn't everyone's cup of tea, but the long minutes that dragged on made me anxious. When they called for us my heart skipped a beat. I could feel my hands clam up and my my breaths grow more ragged. I wasn't ready for it. Not now. Not yet. It was the most frightening moment of my life, but when we started acting it all went away. I felt calm and excited. When we finished I felt very good,…

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The Velázquez Painting circa 1618 depicts a scene of a server who works in the kitchen and three other figures who are situated in a room in the background. Compared to the other figures, the server is secluded and, more importantly, distant from the figure who has a faint halo above his head—the Jesus figure—and therefore seems to be the lesser in the spiritual sense. However, despite his or her seclusion and distance, Velázquez places the server figure in the center of the painting. The…

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artwork (see Image 2b) with the folds in the pants as well as the shirts worn by the different figures. O’Shields also used small spots on the fish to contribute to the look of the fish’s skin just like I used to shade the cloths on all the figures. The wave in the background of O’Shields’ work was done the same way he did the rest of his artwork. By not having a background in any of the images represented in my artwork I had to use other means in which to make my artwork seem as realistic as I…

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