Despite the new discoveries in medicine whether it is a new vaccine or antibiotic, the most basic components for disease prevention and death in humans depends on a good nutrition and access to clean water. The RX for Survival: Back to the Basics video depicts how both an inadequate nutrition and malnutrition can impaired a child’s physically and developmentally. It is estimated that over 100 million children in the world are undernourished and causing the death of more than “one third” of the children (WHO). Furthermore, the consumption of contaminated water, which carries disease organism, exacerbates the mortality rate among children.
There was a point in the videos pertaining to discipline, which I found to be very important. The video stated that when learning disabled students get in trouble, they often do not understand why because of their perception of the event or issue. It is important that teachers take the time to get a better understanding of how a student may have perceived a task.
Monday not long after arriving at the office SAC Mark Pro received a phone call concerning assistance from the GBI for a death in Adel. CSS Kellyn Wilkes was the CSS on call. The other intern “Olivia” and I rode with CSS Wilkes to the scene. Upon arrival, we were still waiting on a search warrant before entering the house. However, since pictures are always taken before entering a house in death investigations we took pictures from different distances as well as vehicles on the property before entering the residence. Additionally, DNA swabs were taken before entering the home as well. I watched and observed as evidence was obtained and as the residence was searched. Afterward, evidenced was logged into an online database and left with the Adel Sherriff department.
Have you ever wondered if there is a difference between sitcoms back then and now? This paper is going to compare and contrast the differences between an episode of Full House and an episode of Modern Family. We are able to spot notable differences and similarities by comparing the characters, plot, and setting for both of these sitcoms.
After watching the video Precious Knowledge, the first example of ethnic studies being threatened/ facing elimination is that senate is passing bills like 2881 that act against diversity and programs that support and culture beyond what is sought to be “fit” in the American educational system. Programs that promote ethnic studies gives students the pride and knowledge of where they have come from and therefore they feel more engaged in the classroom. Leaders like Tom Horne have the right to their own opinion but are being oppressive by not embracing the culture of different ethnic groups. By not attending these classes and trying to relate to these diverse communities; he is creating a dystopia to the American youth. Political leaders should
After watching the Ted Talk video, I do agree with Hanauer and that inequality within the U.S and the triple down theory will only result in a economic decrease for all. What I found convincing was the overcasting theme of not status nor wealth but, the healthy competition for all classes and genders. This statement is logical and yet, fair, his example was that raising the minimum wage is one way to prevent the trickle theory and the decrease of economic growth. Simply, because rising the minimum wages benefits everyone and sets the foundation for a more equal ideology of economic balance pertaining to the United States.
There were many points throughout the video, introduced by Ken Robinson, that I can relate to with my experience in school. A topic that I could indubitably relate to is a smaller class size. For example, I only graduated with seventy people in my entire grade and I come from a public school. My class size, from freshman to senior year on average, was around twenty students. Yet, even with such a small school, I always felt like teachers were too busy to help us personally when we needed it. The teachers would continually answer any questions we had very vaguely. Which in turn, left us to question ourselves if we were correct.
I found the signing statements the most interesting in Chapter Seven. A signing statement is an announcement made by the president at the time of signing a bill into law. This is used sometimes to show the presidents’ interpretation of the new law and their predictions of the many benefits of the new law. It also has been used to identify sections of the law that are considered improper or unconstitutional. There have been many signing statements throughout history but many of them were not recorded.
The Radio play and The Twilight Zone have three main things in common. The first similarity is, the characters in both try to run the hitchhiker over. They both try to run the hitchhiker over because they are getting very paranoid about the hitchhiker popping up somewhere else. Another is, both of the hitchhiker’s that are picked up by the drivers take their shoes off. Both of the hitchhiker's that are picked up take their shoes off because they were walking too much and their feet were hurting. Lastly, Ms. Whitney tells them both that the dead. They are both told that they are dead because they got killed in a car accident five days ago.
It is an eye opening to see how every single child thinks different. There are many thoughts that makes every single person unique. This video made me think on how important is to get to know your students and also their family background. It is very important to have a little conversation with their family members and also with the students in general.
The first video I watched was Cognitive-Behavior Child Therapy. One of the biggest things I took away from this video is when it is appropriate to have parents involved in session. Since I want to be a school counselor in the future, I find this highly helpful, because I better understand when parents should be involved, and the frequency of involvement. Before watching this video, I was hesitant on using things like diaries, because I did not want to create more work for youth on top of
Alessia Cara’s song “Wild Things” was released in 2015 as a part of her album Know-It-All . “Wild Things” was directed by Aaron A Bertrand; since the music videos release on March 7, 2016 it has been nominated for Best Pop Video at the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards. The music video begins showing individual pictures of Alessia Cara and her friends with their names written on the screen below. A monologue is playing in the background in which Alessia Cara describes what the “Wild Things” are to the viewer. Alessia describes them as “Where The Wild Things Are is a place that exists in our minds. It's a place of liberty and shamelessness. It can take a split second or a lifetime to find it, but once you do, you'll be free.” The girls in the video are wearing different colored ripped jeans with
Hearing loss myth and fact was a simple video that went over 5 common myths people believe about hearing loss, and the explanations or truths behind each of these myths. The first myth explained how people believe that they can build up a resistance to noise. Such as if an individual exposes their ears to loud music then they will be able to listen to it more or even louder, without damaging their ears. However the fact is, if an individual would expose their ear to louder sounds it would damage their ears more, instead of building up a resistance. Once an individual damages ear cells, they never grow back. The second myth in the film was “noise can not hurt me unless its painfully loud”, and to be honest I thought this myth was extremely interesting due to the fact that I believed in it. For example the video explained that noises can start hurting or affecting an