disagree with? Of those you disagree with, which ones seem strong enough that you need to ACKNOLEDGE them in your text? Are there any disagreements among your source? Are any themes you see in more than one source?” (458) More likely what is going to come out of these questions is a mixture of ideas and understandings of the topic that is going to help to become the basis of our ideas and what we are going to said about the topic (The Norton Field Guide to Writing). When you trying to synthesize ideas for your research take notes (The Norton Field Guide to Writing). You may find that identifying connections among your sources is easier if you examine them together rather than reading them one by one. For example, taking notes on note cards and then laying the cards out on a desk or table (or on the floor) lets you see the passages that seen related.”(459) When we start reading and thinking about our topic, we will start to understand the concepts and controversies relating to our topic, that is when we become aware that there is a larger conversation going on. Then we begin to see our own place in that conversation, and discover our own ideas, our own stance on your topic (The Norton Field Guide to
The authors, Rita and Kenneth Dunn, shared several tactile learning activities in chapter 6 of Teaching Elementary Students Through Their Individual Learning Styles. I found the content of chapter 6 immensely interesting. I am currently in my thirteenth year of teaching and have taught in 4 different schools, which has allowed for me to see and use a vast array of learning activities. The Dunns’s chapter 6 was valuable because they shared activities I had not seen before. I plan to use at least three of the activities in the upcoming months. In addition, to the new activities, the Dunns used pictures, drawings and step by step instructions for creating the activities. Chapter 6 was both shared both new and valuable activities, along
1) how it talks about the way a student or anyone of that matter is listening to a lecture walk away confused as to so what and why do I care. Pg 95 and establishing the type of contrast between what other say and what you say. How to inter into a conversations and letting your reader know why they should care about what you are writing with evidence to back to back you’re opinion. For instance when it say “Here many feminist would object that gender doe influence “language. 2)
While doing this assignment I have learned how others think more. Many of the members in my group disagreed with each other on pretty much everything, but the suggestions people made on my concepts also opened my eyes more. It thought me to stop being so bias and quit with my stereotypical
1. Explain why it is important to recognise and value an individual as a person
* Explain how to establish ground rules with learners to promote respect for others. 3.3.2
Chapter Nine goes into detail about the late Paleoindian Period the growth of agriculture in North and South America. Clovis points appeared all over the Americas attesting to a continent-wide networking. However, as time pasted distinctive points and tools began to pop up based on region and the needs it provided for. In fact, a common theme of this chapter was the Native Americans ability to exploit their resources and maximize their intake of food sources.
Tip for Beginning the Discussion: Of course, you can draw from your own experience or your homework for the week, but a good way to begin discussing this
Another point is to be “respectful towards others” (Palmer, 2015) no matter what situation you are in, always be mindful, and treat others the way you want them to treat you,. Always be respectful and say yes mam and no sir when asked questions.
QP engaged Yuma in participating in a CBT activity geared towards respected behavior. QP explained to Yuma that the activity will help him learn the value of treating other with respect. QP explained to Yuma, that everyone is entitled to get respect regardless of their appearance, race, disability, origin or social status. QP discussed with Yuma the values of treating outers with respect. QP discussed with Yuma the climate of disrespect such as ridiculing others, name calling, racial insults and derogatory comments. QP asked Yuma to list the thing his peers tease other about. QP provided Yuma with a worksheet in which he had to agree or disagree with the statement. QP engaged Yuma in watching an online video, of how to show respect to others.
Golden touches upon foreign racisms in chapter seven, and uses effective comparisons to emphasize and elaborate on his mocking tone and the overall purpose. Chapter seven convinces readers that American elite universities are denying the acceptance to most Asian-American and other foreign raced student candidates. University goals are to expand diversity and culture, but only foreign wealthy students from the top boarding schools around the world are being accepted to American colleges, some would suggest because of their money.
In chapter 10 Jamie goes back to his village and finds out that everyone's worried about him and he has dinner.Then his father talked about how the natives stole some more things up in the coast. After what his dad said Jamie made a connection with how his dad acts and how Tethani`s dad acts. The next day he goes fishing with Tethani after he talks about his brother. And after he decides to play the flute with his brothers bone whistle which Jamie thinks it`s really sad more then usual.The reader is left to believe that Robert will shoot Shadowthai (Tethani’s little brother) later on in the story because Robert thinks that he is a coward.
In this chapter we learn about Waverly 's life and how her mother has taught her "the art of invisible strength" which has allowed Waverly to do well in life especially in the world of Chess where she became National Chess Champion at a very young age. Waverly however hates her mother for even though she adopted her mother 's quality of "invisible strength" she dislikes everything about her mother from their culture to the way her mother acts. Waverly unlike her mother doesn 't like to brag about herself and is very upset
• encourage you to develop self awareness of your own personal values through critical reflection.