Overview After the activity is explained, there are four stages A video about sickness is played as a hook to help students understand the topic. Students will jot rough notes about a time they were sick with fever, runny nose, or some other sickness. Students are then paired up and take turns sharing their experiences taking notes. Students are re-paired up and talk about home remedies for their illnesses. Finally, the class is brought together and shares what they talked about. Steps Before students are given instructions, the teacher should model some note-taking and sharing so that they dont waste time taking overly elaborate notes or telling elaborate anecdotes. It is also useful to nominate a timekeeper in groups to help the students stay on track. Teacher plays 1 to 2 minutes of a video about flu symptoms and treatments. Teacher models effective brainstorming notes to demonstrate that effective notes are short rather than detailed. Students take 6 minutes to write rough notes about past experiences with fever, colds, or other diseases. Teacher pairs students up and explains the next phase. Students take 15 minutes to speak about their past diseases and sicknesses taking notes while the other person is talking. Teacher then shuffles the pairs and explains the next phase. Students take 15 minutes take turns speaking about a home remedy that helped them, or would have helped them, through their experience with disease. Teacher brings the class back together and asks students to speak to the class about the notes they took, the experience they had, and the remedy they discovered. Teacher encourages students to share the conversations they had with each other. After the class discussion, teacher…
Research for brand modernisation decision making
A research proposal
Prepared for: New Forest Recreation Centres
3 Research methods
4 Secondary Research
5 Qualitative Research
5.3 Population and sampling
6 Quantitative Research
6.3 Population and sampling
9 Company Information
Discussion Post: Effective Leader (graded)
List 3 characteristics of effective leaders. Explain why you chose these characteristics. Provide an e.g., of an effective leader & show how they demonstrate these characteristics.
It is apparent that leadership is a rather difficult term to precisely define. Leadership is a very complex phenomenon, yet it is highly valued. Characteristics I believe to contribute to the success of a leader are:
1. Composed and steadfast to the main purpose. Emotions…
National Certificate Group Award:
Early Education and Childcare
Integrated Workplace Practice
Placement Assignment 1
DM42 12 – PLAY IN PRACTICE
DM41 12 – Play in Early Education and Childcare (Higher)
Placement Task 1
LIBERTON NURSERY SCHOOL
Task 1 Learning and Teaching
An exploration to include:
• Your role, responsibilities and boundaries as a teacher in terms of the teaching/training cycle.
• Key aspects of current legislative requirements and codes of practice relevant to your subject and workplace.
• Equality, diversity and inclusion and the means of meeting potential needs of learners
Ensure each section provides theory/context and also explanation/examples of how this can be put into practice for your own…
JNT2- Task 1
May 31, 2014
Summary of Instructional Problem
This coming school year 2014-2015 the Texas Education Agency will be applying the new Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills(TEKS). The State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR) Grade 8 Mathematics is changing dramatically. Most of the new eighth grade TEKS are coming from the ninth grade TEKS. For the first time, the eighth graders are going to be allowed to use a graphing calculator. The use of graphing calculator…
answers to each of the questions by the Monday of Week 3. Then, throughout Week 3, reply to the thoughts of others, and engage in discussion or dialogue about them with your classmates. You have until the Monday of Week 4 to complete (not begin) your dialog and discussion. Your discussion grade will be determined partly by the quantity of your involvement in the discussion but mostly by the QUALITY of your contributions to your group's learning, through both your initial posting and your responses and…
(1) Briefly describe the nature, aim, skills, and value of philosophy.
Philosophy begins with wonder, a search for unity of knowledge, and the desire to answer the general questions of life. The main questions are concerning “what if?” and asking the powerful question “why?” Questioning the familiar and challenge “accepted wisdom” is the nature of philosophy.
“Why?” is the most profound question in the human language that reveals hidden assumptions and exposes the rationale of conclusions…
Scenario 1- Telephone conversation
John wants to know how to send documents via email as attachments. He also wants to convert a word document into a PDF.
Technician: Hi there, my name is josh how may I be of assistance?
John: hello there I would like to know how to send documents via email as attachments and how to convert a word document into a PDF.
Technician: okay sir ill first tell you of the ways in which you can convert word documents into a PDF file as that is the easier of the two tasks. First…
Unit 1 Discussion
Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPPA)
The HIPAA Privacy Rule stipulates federal securities for individual health reports held by included entities and their employees. HIPPA gives patients a collection of rights regarding their information.
HIPAA concentrates on 3 areas of the health-care industry: administrative simplification, unique health identifiers, and privacy and security. While HIPAA is directed toward the health-care industry, IT puts these regulations…
Chapter 1 of your textbook includes, on page 9, Table 1.1, “Managing Change: Some Lessons from the Four Stories.” Review the four “lessons” (bullet points) on the table, and think about what some of the key “learning points” you gleaned about change from these stories. Then, do one of two things:1. Post the top three learning points you gleaned from the stories, and include how the stories for change helped you learn these points, or2. Research one of the four companies and see how or if that company…