The writer Paul addresses the Galatians, "Therefore do not be foolish, but understand what the Lord's will is. and he goes on to explain to them, "Don't be drunk with wine, because that will ruin your life. Instead be filled with the Holy Spirit. The scripture also tells us to, "Cast all your anxiety upon him, because he cares for you. Be sober-minded and alert. Your advisary the devil prowls around like a roaring lion, seeking someone to devour. Resist him, standing firm in your faith and in the knowledge that your
After reading through the chapter on the DMIS stages (denial, defense, minimization, acceptance, adaptation, and integration), I would say that personally, I fall under the “acceptance” stage. “This stage represents an individual’s ability to recognize and appreciate cultural difference in terms of both people’s values and their behavior” (Cushner, McClelland, Safford, Pg. 152). As it states, the individual experiencing acceptance is “beginning to demonstrate the ability to interpret phenomena within a cultural context”, I believe that this is a fitting sentence for myself. Being that I am from a rural prairie town in the middle of nowhere in Oklahoma, and the only people where I lived were other Senecas like my family and friends, I did not experience a cultural shock until I was in the sixth grade and had moved to Florida. In this town in Oklahoma, it was rare to even see someone described as “white”, as racial prejudice is still rampant throughout Oklahoma against Natives and basically, everybody who isn’t. I was taught to be accepting and welcoming throughout my life, and I believe that made the transition into a new cultural system much easier.
It all started when we decided to go on a trip to Oahu on a charter plane. We thought it would be fun, that it would be really cool to climb Diamond Head and go to a luau. Oh boy were we wrong. While we were in the plane, Nathan noticed that the wing was on fire. We all grabbed a parachute and we grabbed a rope, hatchet, dinghy, flint, twelve cans of food, sleeping bags, tent, and a water sack. We all jumped out successfully, one after the other. Nathan jumped first and opened his parachute successfully with the dinghy and flint. I did the same with the tent and water sac. But when Roene jumped out with the canned food and sleeping bag and tried to open her parachute it didn’t open! ROENE WAS FALLING FROM THE SKY AND THERE WAS A CHANCE THAT SHE COULD HAVE
Congratulations on stepping into one of the most significant of the weeks in a woman’s pregnancy period, the week twelve! This is a significant week for any pregnant woman due to the fact that it marks the end of the first tri- semester and also ends the most crucial and important stage of the baby’s development and growth phase.
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After learning more about the Pygmalion effect, it typically discusses how individuals often children or students may turn to live up to what’s expected of them, in which they perform better when someone sets high expectations for them. The Pygmalion effect was also called the Rosenthal effect based on the classic experiment by Rosenthal and Jacobson. During their experiment during the beginning of the school year, Rosenthal and Jacobson told the teachers that this test was to predict which students would bloom intellectually during the academic year. Both Rosenthal and Jacobson deceived the other teachers by telling them that the most intellect students have been tested by a new methodology which determines
I have gone through the learning requirnments of statistics 200. I also have completed Research Methods 301W along with the rquired citi training. I have advanced with the process of writing and taking information from primary research and secondary research. In the folowing fall semester, I will be conducting my own research. My work is submitted to the IRB and is being processed and will then be performed in my senior year with the aid of my professor. My research is on the influence of learning and how technology affects it. I am excited and know that this is a tremendous opportunity that will help me broaden my knowledge.
Week four reading had a lot of usual information. Summers (2016) opens up chapter 11 by writing, “People do become angry” (p. 225). I think this is a great and truthful statement. Anger is a natural human emotion, although some people know how to constructively handle this intense emotion and others do not. Summers goes on to discuss that anger can be an emotion which is a clue that there is really an underlying problem that needs to be resolved (p. 225). This is something that I need to remind myself of. Life can get very busy and rushed, so I don’t always have time to deal with problems as they happen. Then I get angry over something small, when really I need to slow down and address my unresolved underlying problem.
It is not surprising that Liz is interested in finding a spouse who has money. Liz is on the poor side of the relationship. She observes her friends spend money and she becomes envious, jealous, and even hateful towards them. Liz wishes she could do the same and looks up to these women. She also views their money as putting her down.
Last semester I took PSY-P 211 class, which is method of experimental psychology class. In that class, I learned how to design and run an experiment and how to collect data. Besides, I also learned about the p-value. However, it is not detailed enough as I am not so understand about the p-value and the 95% confidence interval. When I am taking this K300 class this semester, now I know the real meaning of the p-value and the confidence interval in the experiment. Hence, I think this class really helped me to fully understand almost all of the basic stuff about experiment and writing research paper—about the 95% confidence interval, p-value, types of experiments and many more. I also love the fact that it is a statistic class that based on running simulation and not too much involved mathematics because I think this kind of class is more helpful especially for psychology major because it is so related to what we will do in the higher level psychology class, especially if someone is joining lab as we will use this knowledge on writing research paper and do analysis.
When we look around us, we may not recognize that statistics is all around. Before I began to take this course “Statistics for Managers” I was not aware of how statistics actually worked. The first idea that came to my mind about statistics was probability. Not knowing statistics and probability are related because they both determine a possible outcome. Throughout this course I have learned what statistics is and how it works. In this paper, I will describe descriptive and inferential statistics, hypothesis developing and testing, the selection of statistical tests, and how to evaluate statistical results in analyzing data.
4. Differentiation, Adaptation & Accommodation Strategies: (Based on the pre-assessments, modify Learning Activities based on learner characteristics to meet the needs of ELL & special needs students, highly achieving students and low achieving students)