Out of the two vocabulary exercises, Activity 1 of learning “do” and “make” expressions sound more appealing to me more in term of effective activity. First of all, comparing to the second activity, this activity encourages and require the student to understand word’s format (which is mainly verbs here) and function of the word before bringing them into practice in listening speaking and writing. Secondly, since the first step of the activity introduces and presents different expressions with the some of the most commonly use verbs such as “Do” and “Make,” the students would learn many more new vocabularies along the way. Especially once the students get more familiar with word’s pronunciation, prefixes, and suffixes (syntactic and phonological understanding), followed by understanding word’s function, it’s metaphorical meanings, when and where it is appropriate to use them (morphological, pragmatic and semantic understanding). Thus, they can create more complex words and know how to use them effectively.
Furthermore, between the first and second step of the activity, students can note down those new expressive words as the reference in their learning journal, as well as use those notes to practice more with making sentences at home …show more content…
This activity format can be modified to teach grammar effectively as well. One of the few changes I would make to improve this activity is to set some setting for the script’s and performance’s length for better time management. As well as to have more than two groups because the fewer the role, the longer the lines for each performer and therefore, make better and easier for the teacher with individual
The First Industrial Revolution occurred from 1780-1850 and changed the way people lived and worked worldwide. New technologies and manufacturing processes were changing lives across the globe. These synergistic advances led to more developments and social consequences began to arise. The way people worked was changing as well as the way they would live.
The two most significant environmental or physical geographic factors that contributed to the development or expansion of the United States is the California Gold Rush and the Irish Potato Famine. The first most significant factor was the California Gold Rush. Before gold was officially discovered in Northern California on January 24, 1848, Kelly (n.d.) states that the entire population of the California territory was around 25,000. A few years after California was admitted as the 31st state in The Union in 1850, a special census was taken and the population had grown to 223,856. Kelly (n.d.) also states that in San Francisco alone, the population was approximately 800 in 1848 to well over 50,000 at the close of 1849.
Additionally, supporting children’s holistic health and well-being will not only enhance their growth and development, but also increase their self-esteem and promotes motivation for example, ‘willingness’ to explore with peers, which will contribute to positive enforcement as they grow and develop. They will also feel value by others and will feel confident to take risks and challenges and to be able to problem solve effectively without fear or judgement .
Rivers can help develop different civilizations such as the Nile River. This great river measures thirty five hundred miles through many different countries (Orlin, 2010). The Nile helped to bring life, security and dictated how the people planned activities throughout the year. For example, the farmers would seed the land after the Nile would start swell and then recede to its normal banks (Orlin, 2010). This helped the seedlings to grow and then produce bountiful harvest. The Nile provided security for the Egyptian people by allowing the reeds and natural grasses around the bank of the river (Orlin, 2010). This would allow any enemy that wanted to attack to not
A variety of data will be required to test the theory of effectiveness being employed. Firstly, data will be required regarding incidences where in EMNC could be faced with lawsuits ranging from: patient negligence to a, failure to protect nursing staff and other health care workers from injury. Other data will come from the literature on health care giver standards that have been shown to help avoid lawsuits, (e.g. failure to use equipment in a responsible manner, failure to communicate, failure to document patient care and failure to act as a patient advocate).
As a school nurse in an urban middle school setting conducting a study to test the effect of a coaching intervention for students with Type 1 Diabetes, I would first need to formulate my PICO question. In this case it would be “In middle school students with Type 1 Diabetes, what is the effectiveness of coaching intervention on student understanding?” Type 1 diabetes is a chronic condition which usually occurs during childhood or adolescence due to genetics and exposure to certain viruses (Mayoclinic.org, 2016).
Prior to meeting for the Problem Identification, Stage 1, Ms. Bellot and I spoke on the phone and I briefly explained what consultation and the collaboration efforts that would be needed in the process. She agreed to participate in the consultation process and she was asked to complete a Social History form to gather additional background information on Brianna. Ms. Bellot understood the questions and did not omit any answers.
Through the social security system, Koreans have access to healthcare services. The South Korean social security system uses four insurance schemes to provide public assistance and social welfare services, all of which are compulsory. These social insurance schemes protect and secure people's income, health and employment. Foreigners who live and work in the country can subscribe and contribute to all four and receive the same benefits as Korean nationals. This cover is also extended to their dependents.Every resident in the country is eligible regardless of nationality or profession. Foreigners living in South Korea who are registered with the National Health Insurance Corporation receive the same medical benefits and services as Korean nationals. High quality healthcare is available in South Korea in general hospitals, oriental hospitals (which use traditional eastern medical practices), public health centers and private hospitals. There is a three tier provision
As is the case with any type of evidence seizure, what is fair game and what is off limits needs to be identified and set, preferably in writing before any work is done. (Nelson, Phillips, & Steuart, 2015). This ensures that the forensics team will be protected in the worst case scenario where the company could have an issue with what was taken, very similar to the protection ethical hackers require when performing a penetration test (##). Once this list is created, the team will interview the system administrators to provide any information allowed about the systems such as the equipment, system baselines, passwords that are allowed to be shared, and any special information that would need to be known before analyzing the system such as what information is logged and where would it be stored (Rowlingson, 2004). The entire purpose of this information gathering is to paint a clearer picture of the situation so a more detailed plan could be devised prior to any systems being touched.
The two most significant social consequences of the First Industrial Revolution were the emergence of the Bourgeoisie and the rise of factories. As a result of new developments in machinery and the formation of factories, the division of the labor force drastically changed. No longer were people born into their crafts; however, they were able to choose factory work as their profession, and wealthy land owners were no longer able to count on the possession of large tracts of land as a form of wealth. The land owners either transitioned into becoming factory owners, or they faced bankruptcy due to lack of production which resulted from people born on their land leaving when they came of age to seek better paying
I would explain to the department supervisor that the GRRRR technique can give less tension for the staff. I would also add that “The GRRRR for great listening model provides a structured approach to listening, helping to focus on how the message is received as well as its delivery.” (Belcher, 2014). Also, the GRRR technique stimulates discussion and provides a structured approach to listening and allows the staff to clarify concerns and express additional thoughts or recommend or request more information. Finally, I would add that I can also provide written material to all staff or have poster boards in the room to gain their attention and increase their will to listen especially if there will be any type of change involved.
Currently in South Africa there are 5.26 million people living with HIV. This means that 10% of the South African population is directly affected by the virus and requires us to ensure clear guidelines are in place for the management of HIV (Statistics South Africa, 2013).