The first thing that truly surprised me was that the young boy was named “Hakadah” which means “the pitiful last.” I had no idea that any Native Americans were born with such an embarrassing name. Although it does seem like great motivation to be successful and to earn a more honorable name in the future. I find it very interesting that it was instilled into this child to be silent and reticent. I say this because most young boys nowadays are exactly the opposite. It seems very virtuous of the this family to instill this into him since it will serve him well in so many ways in the short and long-term. I find it very intriguing that the boy’s grandmother identified a single footprint from a different tribe by the shape of the moccasin print. It’s amazing that this boy lived through an attack on his teepee thanks to his very elderly grandmother. It’s nearly impossible to fathom that a lady that old can do some of the things that she is explained to have done in this story. Even with her incredible bravery and strength, she still kept peace with other tribes which is astounding to believe because it seems as if the other tribes did not like her or her family to begin with. I don’t believe I could do what Hakadah did to his dog. He loved his dog so much but sacrificed it because he wanted to follow in his father’s and grandfather’s footsteps of becoming a true man and warrior. However, I couldn’t believe that his family forced this upon him. It seems like a completely unnecessary thing to do. Of course, I have never lived in the Indian culture. If anything, I think that he gained much respect from his elders since he was willing to give up so much to become a man. In “Legend of Devil’s Lake” I was astounded how strategic the Dakota were when…
Very young Titan Danielion, is a great admirer of Zeus, because Danielion's daughter Tabithon and Jession. Danielion is married to Deneon and she pregnant with their third Taylian. Danielion was a great runner, he loved run in his spare time when he with wasn't with the kids. Danielion always asked Zeus for help, because Deneon is daughter and Tabithon and Jession are his grandkids. Zeus will grant Danielion a wish for each one of their children.When Tabithon was born, Zeus gave…
Intro to classics
Lecture 1, Greek Archaic age
* Before 776 was the dark age
* The age that will lay the foundation for the classical age.
* The Greeks are given credit for laying the bricks of western civilization.
* The Greeks focus on a society that focuses on the person (the individual) , a democratic society.
* Greeks established that you can get things based on merit, a meritcrosity.
* They are highly competitive which leads to success.
influence on society caused so much drama and chaos about the whole situation; he had to move to his aunt and uncle house to finish school. Just like how the media called Rob Gronkowski, receiver for the New England Patriots, an irresponsible party boy after he was seen partying 3 days in a row after taking a break after a recent injury to his fore arm.
2) Another connection that I made is how society can keep you down and always make you remember your past mistakes when you are trying to move on…
month Vogue Paris called it the “uniform for the modern woman.” It’s helpful to keep in mind that the idea of a “little black dress” wasn’t exactly appealing to the average 1926 woman. This was an era when, for the first time in American history, young women were moving to cities—often alone—and taking smart jobs in offices and boutiques. The flapper lifestyle was racy even by today’s standards: The cute bobbed hair, heavy makeup, loosely belted coats; unbuckled galoshes were accessorized with a…
Children & Young People’s workforce
Unit 1 Task 1.4
10 Lundy Close
How children and young people development is influenced by a range of external factors.
What is important is after a child is born this is when they start developing their skills. This could be environmental and external factors.
Poverty and deprivation:
Poverty will affect children and their family in many different ways. How a child is…
turn to, no one to help me.
As I sat crouched in that ball, a young, small, boy came skipping down the long, dark paths of the airport and placed himself, with a large thump, in the seat next to me. I snapped up as fast as a rubber band snapping back in place. I looked at him with such curiosity.
You could see it, you could see on his face. But it was impossible to describe with words the great happiness I saw in this young boy, a ray of hope. He looked at me with his big, chocolate, brown eyes…
symptoms, levels of impairment, and skills. There are five different types of autism, autism disorder (classic autism), Asperger's syndrome (AS), pervasive developmental disorder not otherwise specified (PDD-NOS), Rett's disorder (Rett's syndrome, RS), and childhood disintegrative disorder (CDD). Autism is caused by a gene mutation. It's a disorder that has nothing to do with hereditary or family past.
AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER
Autism is a developmental disability that causes problems with…
Making it Happen
Working together for children, young people and families
Practical guidance on information sharing
The Common Assessment Framework
The role of the lead professional
1 Making It Happen Working together for children, young people and families
Every Child Matters
Tools and processes to help
make it happen
In England, more than four
million people, across public,
private and voluntary sectors
work with children…
Discuss the skills and attitudes required to work with children, young people and families
In this essay I will be researching policies, frameworks and reports that have highlighted skills and attitudes required to work with children, young people and families. I will also look at government documents such as EPPE, Common Core Framework and Every Child Matters. From my research I will discuss my findings and go on to include some personal opinions and reflection of my experience within settings…
The Boy and His Family Relationships
In a sort of short story style, Marie Howe illustrates a depleting family relationship between a father and his children in the poem, “The Boy,” through its many symbols. With no discernible rhyme scheme, the plot develops, climaxes, and concludes alluding to a short story but in poetic form. The speaker, discovered through clues within the poem, is the younger sister of the boy and she is listening and learning from the examples set by her brothers. There is…