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    first generation of my family in America, I had a difficult time during my beginnings of reading and writing. Throughout my years, I’ve shown a bit of improvement. I understand that incorporating this foundation is the key to opportunities and understanding. Despite that I sometimes still struggle in this genre, I don’t want to stop developing myself to becoming a better reader and writer. (Thesis)The importance of literacy has been instilled in me since a young age, and although I did not…

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    Integrity Reflection

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    experiences in San Jose. The reality of the fish bowl effect is recognized when an RA sees residents outside of the residence hall or even off campus, at least that is how it happened for me. Both the polo and presence of an RA hold power and understanding this can often lead to being place in a sticky situation. I am a role model, mentor, resource, and a friend to any resident which is a different persona than Briettny Curtner, a twenty year old battling social anxiety while approaching…

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    After viewing every episode of the Rx for survival (2005), series, I would usually commence my paper by brainstorming and responding to the questions asked (if one were given). A paramount aspect of every assignment was to create an outline and addressing what I believed to be the critical issues in that particular episode. For example, in The Rise of the Super Bug, I primarily wanted to discuss the reason MDR-TB was on the rise in developing countries and how the behavior and beliefs of a…

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    aware of what they are, their causes, and their symptoms, but they are also educated on how to deal with, treat, help, and spot them. This helps not only the individual with ADHD but also the person seeking to help or work with them to be more understanding of the needs to be…

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    mandatory or cared if we went to church or not. Some Sundays, I would go with my father’s mom because church was only an hour and a half. I was baptized Baptist but because of the long service, I became Methodist. I still truly wasn’t fully understanding who God was and how important he would be in my life. Colorado upon completing Basic Training and A.I.T. In June of 1991, I married my high school sweetheart and I really wanted to become…

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    when teachers understand where students need to go with their learning, and are able to take them there when each student is ready (Managing). Monitoring students learning is extremely important so you can determine student’s current level of understanding, plan instruction, and respond to student’s needs. Without monitoring, when would you know if students have learned what you have taught them? If you know right away how much students have learned, you can help struggling students get back…

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    In this case, he could interact with others and understand himself, which is an assessment he could make using his language skills. Overall, Noah has shown that he is on the right track in developing his psychosocial behavior. He demonstrated understanding of his gender, improved his social interactions with others like showing empathy, and understood that the self is not just defined by gender, but also with physical and psychosocial…

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    Global Learning Styles

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    aids are often helpful when dealing with complex material, and appropriate visuals help to break the text information into relatable portions of data. Also, since very few individuals are solely verbal combining, both aspects will provide better understanding of learning resources. Finally, global learners tend to grasp the concept as a whole, and fill the details in after. This style is organic, natural, and learning may seem spontaneous, but allows rapid assimilation of the information that…

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    conversation, however, he seems to keep the front of being a stereotypical male in the company of Mr. Pontellier and talks of the whimsical moods and idiosyncrasies of the female species with a hint of condescension. He candidly declares his lack of understanding of women, yet he is more knowledgeable than he admits or realizes.   In dining with the Pontelliers, Doctor Mandelet sees no trace of an abnormal condition in the mannerisms and countenance of his lovely hostess, Mrs.…

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    Some scenes of the book were set at a high school. I found this important because it showed me another perspective of high school in a different society. This social context gave me a better understanding of how my high school is and how the characters high school are. There is so much differences between them. The way the teachers teach, the respect the students have towards their teachers and lastly their belief about school. “She wasn’t going…

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