As an early childhood educator, I have to maintain a positive and productive relationship with the families that come into my program. Parents entrust me with their children all day and, I try to make the parents and families feel as much a part of our classroom and a part of their child’s development. To create this relationship, I work to build an open, friendly and cooperative line of communication with each of the children’s family. I make sure to let my families know about my open door policy where they can come into the classroom and stay for a short period of time. A great way to get families involved is to have a volunteer sign up weekly, for even just a quick book reading. I find this is a great way to get my parents involved in the school to help out. We send out newsletters and menus every month to talk about what we will be learning about that month and any events that will be happening in the school, as well as what their child is eating. Every 2 weeks we send out Anecdotal Notes to keep the parents updated on what their child has accomplished. I find that best way to keep an open communication with my parents is to check in with them and talk to them when they need someone to talk to about ideas, issue or just to vent about what their children are doing. I listen to what they have to tell me and do my best to answer their questions and concerns they many have about their children and their development. If I am not able to at that time, I may ask them to…
Hinduism and Confucianism were similar because they both affected the political systems of society and they both had sacred books, yet they were different in the fact that Confucianism had one single founder, whereas Hinduism did not.
These two religions were similar because they both had a set of sacred books. Confucianism’s sacred books were the Five Classics and Hinduism’s sacred books were the Vedas. The Five Classics were used as the basis of studies for Confucianism…
Wait for the children to respond. The children should say, “No, that’s not “a.” You might respond, “That’s correct. This is not the letter “a.” Then place the non-target letter in the basket or bag labeled “Does Not Belong,” for discarded letters.
4. Hold up the target letter (e.g., “a”) and ask if the letter you are holding up is the target letter (e.g., “a”).
5. Wait for the children to respond. The children should say, “Yes, that is “a.” You might respond, “That’s correct. This is the letter…
27 September 2013
A Doctor in the Making:
A Dream I Would Gladly Die For
Pediatrician. I knew I didn’t have to take any sort of personality test in order to find the careers that are the best fit for me. Regardless, I followed my instructor’s directions and after finishing my evaluation, the career I was already set on writing about didn’t fail to show up on my results. The number of reasons behind this career being significant and perfectly made for me are countless but I do know a…
experience.Through this class i aspire to improve my composition skills to prepare myself for an environment that requires much more of me than i am currently capable,and as well to create a plethora of bonds with those i meet on my journey through Comp 1.
The current level of the composition skills i posses , as seen in this essay,rest somewhere between an ignorant writer and an overconfident high school student..Through this class i'll endeavor to participate in and research thoroughly the assignments…
Night Writing Comp
In the book Night by Elie Wiesel, a young 15 year old Elie must adjust to a new environment. He goes through many challenges along the way. Elie must leave his family and home and adjust to this new place, it was like a new world to Elie. In the story Elie Weisel must adjust to life in a new environment, and along the way fears death, and must leave behind everything and everyone who he knows.
Elie is a Jewish teenager who, when the memoir begins, lives in his hometown of…
thus beginning the developmental paragraphs, or
establishes why the subject is a problem that needs addressing.
3. The confirmation (confirmatio), usually the major part of the text, includes the
development or the proof needed to make the writer’s case.
4. The refutation (refutio), which addresses the counterargument, is in many ways
a bridge between the writer’s proof and conclusion.
5. The conclusion (peroratio) whether it is one paragraph or several brings the
essay to a satisfying close.…
Dr. Sally Emmons
19 November, 2013
The Fiery Future
“When it comes to the future, there are three kinds of people: those who let it happen, those who make it happen, and those who wonder what happened.”
− John M. Richardson, Jr.
This quote is something one can see throughout Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451. There are multiple characters that fit these descriptions but three main characters that fit it perfectly. Beatty the fire house captain lets it happen, Montag makes it…
25 February 2015
Imagine you’re on a boat and you are traveling across the blue water reflecting the sky like glass, and then suddenly you come across some trash floating in the water. Of course you do not pay much mind to it, but then as you continue to travel on the water more and more garbage is appearing and suddenly you realize that you are amongst tons of trash. The once beautiful water you were on is now infested with garbage of all sorts, ruining…
Final EXAM Comp 2
66 Points Take the Engrade Comp 2 Final
33 Points APA / Writing Review Questions
1. Use KnightCite and create the APA reference page entry for the following: 8 pts
Website document written by Bubba Jones
Website Title : Making Candles
Document Title: Why I Love Candles
Published: January 2, 2011
Include the URL: www.cajuncandles.com/candlelove
Remember that your entry should be double spaced and show the hanging indent.
Jones, B. (2011, January…