I feel after reading the absolutely true diary of a part time Indian that I can relate to some of his transition struggles. In the story Junior decided to transfer to nearby Reardan High. After transferring schools he runs into issues of getting picked on and not fitting into his new school setting because he is the only Native American at that school. Although I was not made fun of or excluded because of race when I fist came to college, I do know what its like come to a new setting and struggle to fit in. It seemed like no matter what I did or where I came from I was always going to be getting a hard time because I was new to the team and an easy target for the upperclassmen. Nothing serious ever happened like getting beat up or anything but often freshmen were left out and picked on. Junior shows a great amount of resiliency throughout the story as he is faced with trials and tribulations. Junior copes with the world around him by rebelling and getting in trouble. He gets so frustrated about finding his mothers name in his geometry book that he throws it at his teacher and breaks his nose. When Junior transfers schools he decides to go out for the basketball team, a situation that could be very hard and scary to a new student in a new school. Junior doesn’t give up though and shows great resiliency and stays the course as he eventually earns a starting role on the team. I am resilient in such a way that when things get tougher I begin to work even harder, and use adversity as motivation to work harder as I strive to achieve whatever I am working at. I don’t
Topic: Social intolerance vs. Social tolerance
Personal connections: I was always in a situation where I witnessed someone being unaccepted for being different, and I was always taught to believe that we are all people no matter who we are or where we come from. I always believed that we are never able to say that we haven’t had this happen to us so we have no excuse to think we have the right to do it to others.
• Most people have been in these situations and will not admit…
each week. Your response should be at least 50-100 words. Your response should explore and analyze the situation incorporating textbook materials and any additional research you have done on the topic. Add your personal opinion. Cite resources used to answer the questions.
2) Respond to Other Students:
After you have posted your response, read the responses of the other students. After Friday and before Sunday, midnight, respond to 2, or more, other students. Responses should be at least…
graduate students and the competencies of successful
managers to understand the functions of business. Students develop an increased awareness of their own perceptions and
values in order to manage and communicate with others more effectively. Other topics include graduate business program
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Mar 24, 2015 - May 04, 2015
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Lesson Topic: Identifying the main idea and key details in a text
Grade level: 1st Lesson Length: 2 ½ - 3 hours (part of literacy block)
Stage 1 – Desired Results
CCSS.ELA.RI.1.2 Identify the main topic and retell key details of a text
Students will understand that:
the main idea and details point out the important information in a story
identifying the main topic and details is necessary when giving a summary
recalling the main topic and details…
Thought Paper #1: Due September 24 (7 points)
For this thought paper you will learn more about a topic covered in the textbook. First, review chapters 1-5. Find a topic that is of interest to you and that you would like to learn more about. After reading the section in the textbook, find an empirical article (using PsycINFO), published in a peer reviewed psychological journal, about this topic. Print out the article (it needs to be turned in with your thought paper). Next, write a brief paper…
literature — students will develop their skills in summarizing, close reading, literary analysis, critical thinking, argumentation, and research.
Coursework & Grading
Research Paper Total-60%
Annotated Bibliography- 10%
Reading Responses—30% (10% each)
Attendance: Attendance is required. If you miss more than three classes, you will fail the class: this is a college-wide rule for this course. Lateness…
Your initial response to question/ prompt 2 must be posted by day 5 of the module. Contribute to discussion by posting at least one substantive response to another learner's post on 3 days of the module. Respond in a manner that initiates or contributes to discussion. Question: What is one area from your SelfAssessment that you think…
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1. Comparing Speeches
a. Read President Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address and Martin Luther King Jr.’s I Have a Dream speech. What emotions do you feel while reading these speeches? What elements of the speeches evoke these emotions?
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Date of Interview
Typically reports to Mr. Joesph Campbell but remains in close contact with COO, Jens McCreary and CFO, Juliet Allen
Years in Firm
Past Work History
Chief Information Officer for Johnson’s and Company, a competitor of KL, where she began as a data analyst and worked her way up to the role of Chief
Technical Skills (if appropriate)
SAP certified consultant , Oracle
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