Passionate and authentic teachers understand that the teaching profession is more than a job; it represents his or her identity. A teacher’s ultimate goal is to help his or her students enhance his or her knowledge, develop skills, and realize his or her potential. In order for an educator to help his or her students succeed academically, professionally, as well as become a member of the educated citizenry society, he or she must view the world that he or she lives in through an educational lens, and transform what he or she sees into a lesson plan (O’Donnell, Reeve & Smith, 2012). An educator’s lesson plan is a representation of a teacher’s eagerness, and ability to educate
In writing this assignment I am constantly thinking about ideas of how to provide a focused, systemic professional way of learning opportunities to help my students and support me on my growth as a special education teacher. In this paper, I will do an analysis of three lesson plan. (Kindergarten math lessons, Second grade social studies, are given and a third lesson plan retrieved from the internet 4th grade English). All three lesson plans will be critique on goals, objectives, State common core, and English language development standard. I will also show structure, instructional strategies, to see if one or more lesson plan will address the 1/3 model of higher, average, and lower level
This song is concentrated on the social construction of reality, which talks about about how “Ideas about reality also change over time” (Newman, 53). We can see this expressed in lines 32-33 in the song : “It just ain't the same, old ways have changed/New days are strange, is the world insane…” (lines 32-33) The band states how the world’s views and attitudes have changed and how there is uncertainly for the future. The band is questioning the values that they once lived up to. “Yo', whatever happened to the values of humanity/Whatever happened to the fairness in equality/ Instead of spreading love we're spreading animosity/ Lack of understanding, leading lives away from unity…” (lines 71-74). They imply that individuals are swaying away from their values, as a result changing their reality.
Nike is one of the biggest footwear and apparel manufacturing companies in the word. The company came into existence in 1964 by Bill Boweman and Phil Knight and named it as the Blue Ribbon Sports. The company changed the name to Nike, which is Greek word meaning victory, in 1972 after producing a good brand of shoes that became popular among the athletes (NIKE, Inc., 2001). Since then, the company has been successful, dominating the world market of athletic shoes. The company’s products are sold in more than 170 countries across the world. The company also sponsors various sports events at national and international levels. The company slogan “just do it” is catchy and attract many people tom
Nike shows us and excites us as the consumer about their product. Each scene carrying the same message, this person will go far. The commercial begins with the opening scene that sets up our emotions for a wild roller-coaster. The ad introduces us to baby Daniel waking up and the narrator, Oscar Isaac from Star Wars: The Force Awakens, begins to talk. Telling the audience that baby Daniel is going to win a state championship one day. The scene suddenly switches to a man running through the neighborhood with terrible running form, yet Oscar Isaac proceeds to state that “this guy will run a marathon” (Nike). Once again, the screen blurs and transfers over to a golf driving range to where we are introduced to a girl that will have “the best swing in the state” after she missed the golf ball. Then we are presented with another girl that will go on to win the city open tournament. From the runner who will run the marathon to the girl who will win the open tournament were in disbelief due to their status in that activity. However, the ad does not end there. Oscar Isaac goes through and presents a couple more people until we come to the scene of a gymnast and Oscar Isaac stating “when everyone pushes their limits they reach their maximum potential and live happily ever after” (Nike). Nearing the end of this scene we see the famous Nike slogan “Just Do it” only to be interrupted by the gymnast saying he
This song says that the world will turn whether you like it or not. The planit is full of people that will do their own thing. Don't let that stop you from living your life.
The teacher will begin the lesson by informing the students that they will learn to perform on their instruments the song Twinkle Twinkle Little Star. The teacher will then sing the entire song using only the Kodaly Syllables in the key of C major. To help with expression the teacher will add slight hand movements. Motion helps to externalize internal expressiveness. (Feldman & Contzius, 2016).
Nike uses emotional context to appeal to a sports player mind. “Just do it”, Nike’s slogan, is encouraging athletics across the world to go on the field or gym and give it their all. Without seeing or directly experiencing the product, they convey a feeling to the audience to experience what it would be like to use their products. The main purpose of the Nike website is to adapt their audience to this ultra world of sports. Nike gives you the ability to do anything. Nike is a creditable source for quality sport clothing. They have contracts with Professional teams. When addressing counter arguments Nike has made it known to the world that they product the best athletic wear. Since being around from the 1960s Nike have been beating other competitive companies, such as Reebok, Adidas, and Under Armor. Stated by Hoover’s, Nike has 8 billion more total revenue then Adidas. They have been number one in their market for years. They challenge they best competitors, on Nike home page website they have the Jordan Jumpman label. Jordan is he greatest basketball player. With Jordan being with Nike there is no way none for the basketball audience to use a different brand then Nike.
The song is stating that the racism in America have been exposed by these lines, with no need a more upsetting message.
Nike used the famous tag line “Just Do It”, to promote how using their products will make you want to be active and get into shape.
“Just do it” is a phrase synonymous with the brand Nike. The way Nike does this is clever, by effectively using rhetorical elements they not only successfully sell the message of the advertisement, but they ultimately also successfully selling their brand to the audience. By Nike saying that the audience can achieve greatness, Nike are essentially saying that they can make you achieve greatness. This is the main argument in the advertisement that Nike uses to convince the audience to buy their products by implicitly saying that their brand will make you achieve greatness no matter who they are.
Patients with Diabetes have very comprehensive learning needs. The learning needs arefocused on managing their glucose levels and preventing complications of diabetes. Learningneeds for managing diabetes are complex and include: monitoring blood glucose levels,menu/food planning, exercise, medications, skin care, management of co-existing disease processes, knowledge of medications, knowledge of the disease process and how to managehypo or hyperglycemic episodes. Many patients are diagnosed with diabetes every year andmany are unaware that it requires lifestyle changes, especially in the areas of nutrition and
This unit is meaningful for children because it exposes students to a different environment and the characteristics of their unfamiliar environments. Meanwhile, it will encourage students to compare with their living environment. This unit focuses is on science, technology, social studies and arts. In additional, the unit helps young children to develop problem-solving and thinking skills through observation and
¨You can sell ice to an eskimo.¨ Ever since I was a youngster, people have always told me how much potential I had to be a salesman. Such remarks provoked me to investigate the means by which an ad is persuasive and able to influence someone to buy a product. Through diligent effort, I learned that having a catchy slogan can persuade someone to support a business or organization. Of all of the slogans in today's society, from McDonald’s to Walmart’s, the slogan that stands out to me happens to be Nike's, ¨Just do it.¨ In a commercial aired on the 25th anniversary of the slogan, the theme is to ¨Just do it¨ even if the odds are in favor of your opponent. The 90-second commercial begins by picturing average athletes who are pressured
This essay will provide details about how the lesson plan and sequence of lessons for the mathematics unit of symmetry caters for individual students’ needs in regards to active engagement in learning activities and what differentiation measures are put into place for students with varying levels of ability.