Kayla shared with the QP, “I supposed to come in and have free play time” then QP informed Kayla, she is supposed to listen, follow directions, complete her work, and engaging in positive peer interactions instead of getting in trouble for any of doing things.
Toussaint L’ouverture must be remembered by how he was a good liberator for the slaves. Like, during 1791, a slave revolt began in the north of Saint Domingue, Toussaint joined the revolution and served as a doctor and commanded a small part of the slave soldiers. (Doc. A) His courage to join the revolt and help the slaves that got injured shows that he is dedicated to the slaves and shows that he is a superior liberator. When the French Directory was the government they replaced the government that had abolished slavery. (Doc. B) Toussaint wrote a letter to the French Directory to help the slaves and make them free for the second time. He tried to help the slaves as much as he could. When Toussaint got the French Directory to free the
In the context of this story, the important men are those who had influence in Abina’s life and can also be defined as wealthy, and/or landowning, men who were fluent in English (57). This is evident by looking at the various encounters throughout Abina’s story, for instance James Davis is considered an important man since he was the one who helped Abina formally charge Quamina Eddoo and indirectly etched Abina into history through the paper to the magistrate (13). Quamina is also an important man as his mistreatment and coercion of Abina ultimately thrusts our protagonist on her journey to freedom (83). While Quamina Eddoo is a land owner, he is more notably an important man because of his relationship with the commerce of slaves in the
DQ2. What future trends in our society, in technology, and in the healthcare industry will have the most significant impact on the work of the health informatician? Be sure to support your response with good evidence.
College education is an important investment that demands both time and money. Most students depend on college loans to cater for their costs of attendance, including tuition and fees. The lenders expect the students to pay back the loans in full amount after college. However, the ability of the students to pay back the loans is dependent on their success in the job market, particularly their earnings. Some college degrees lead to careers with good pay while others do not. In this regard, an evaluation of the return on investment (ROI) of a college degree is important. The ROI evaluates whether the benefits of attending college, usually the future earnings, outweigh the costs. It is important to choose a college that guarantees a better ROI to earn back the tuition costs and offset the student loans. The current evaluation compares the ROIs of two college majors (business and engineering) and two different types of schools (public and private).
Quazonte currently lives with his mother and siblings. Quazonte follows household rules and expectations, and obeys some rules. Quazonte is consistently subject to appropriate consequences for bad behavior and consistently receives appropriate rewards for good behavior. His mother always practices good supervision and she clearly disapproves of his behavior. Quazonte 's home includes some conflict, but it is well managed. Most of the conflict was characterized by Ms. Edward’s as “sibling disagreements, like brothers and sisters have with one another. Nothing ever gets out of hand or physical.” She stated her authority is accepted in the home and respected by her children. Quazonte has never runaway or been kicked out of the house.
Shonquasia responded well to the intervention. Shonquasia continues to make progress towards her goals. Shonquasia stated, trusting other people, and being respectful to her mom. Shonquasia stated, get better grades, using profanity, talking back, follow rules of the house, and leaving the home without permission. Shonquasia stated, doing chores, get up for school every day, complete homework and class assignments, caring for her younger siblings when mom is at work and taking care of self. Shonquasia stated it depend on the situation. Shonquasia stated that she does like to make promises to people. Shonquasia stated, that people make promises to her and do not keep it. Shonquasia stated. that her mom make promises to her and never follow
Quadir responded well to the intervention. Quadir continues to make progress towards his goals. Quadir stated, sadness, anger, frustration, embarrassment, anxiety, guilt and shame. Quadir completed the worksheet. Quadir stated, heart rate increase, voice get loud, crying shaking and sweating. Quadir completed the worksheet. Quadir stated, yelling, the other persons’ reaction to him, facial expression, and not hearing what the other person saying. Quadir stated he can use coping strategies, walk away, talking to someone of how he is feeling. Quadir stated, on the paly ground, at school road rage, disagreement with opinions, and in the work place. Quadir stated, anger, frustration, fear, joy, shame and love. Quadir stated, influence other, motivate
Think about your morning routine. Now imagine doing all that without using your arms or legs. Not so easy anymore is it? This is the life of a quadriplegic. The main character in “The Incomplete Quad”, David finds himself rooming with and caring for Peg, a girl with a disease that is gradually making her into a quadriplegic. In “The Incomplete Quad” David Sedaris shows how many people forget that disabled people share similar desires, humor, and mannerism with non-disabled people by using characterization , humourous tone, and informal diction.
This can also be seen in Season 1 when Maxxies best friend Anwar refuses to tell his parents about Maxxies sexuality due to their religious beliefs. We see that Maxxie is torn between who he is and whom Anwar wants him to be and this puts the friendship under great strain resulting in Maxxie refusing to turn up to Anwars party. “Gay adolescents who are more conventional in their gender characteristics have the option of passing as straight and many do.” (Op. cit. p. 461) This situation happens a lot in real life but can be the cause of many problems, both for the person dealing with feelings of homosexuality and hiding them and those around that person. Many people have reported having feelings of being ‘trapped within themselves’ and having pent up aggression due to being in such a situation, which isn’t hard to believe when we think that adolescence is when we discover ourselves sexually. “Adolescence involves the development of a sense of self and social identity independent of one’s parents (Erikson, 1968; Steinberg 2004). Answering questions about one’s sexuality figure centrally in this
Nicoló Paganini was a famous Italian violinist born in the midst of The Enlightenment. He wrote a set of 24 Capriccis for the violin in the early 1800s, the most famous of which is the final caprice, simply referred to as “Caprice No. 24”. The final caprice exemplifies Paganini’s bold style and technique, which was a natural byproduct of the musical liberation that took place during the Enlightenment. His work would inspire musicians for centuries to come.
Josquin des Prez was a well-known French composer during the Renaissance period. He is believed to have be born in the County of Hainaut, Belgium between 1450-1455. However, some scholars believe he was born across the border in France but either way he was a legal Frenchman at his death. There is very little information about his family other than his aunt and uncle claimed him as their heir before their death. He began his musical career as a choirboy at the Church at Saint-Quentin. He greatly admired Ockeghem and even wrote a lament for his death in 1497. In the early 1470s, Josquin began his singing career at Cambrai and later moved to the chapel of Rene. After his years at Rene, he moved to Milan, Italy and became the employee of the Sforza
In 3500 BC a wooden cylinder was connected to a stable; this contraption is called a wheel. This made it easier to haul farming equipment from one field to another. Only men used the invention because women were never out in the field (Revolutionary). The only form of transportation until the year of 1769 was train, horse and carriage, then, the first car was invented. “Nicolas Joseph Cugnot was a French military engineer and built the car for hauling auxiliary” (II history). The maximum speed of the 8,000 pound car was two miles per hour, carried four passengers and ran out of gas in about fifteen minutes (history staff). This car was very expensive, the few men that owned them were the only people to drive them. Women were thought to have
There are three incidents that give Madge reason enough to be suspicious about Eunice. She seems to know a lot about the recent murders and it feels likely that she would know who the murderer is. She remains unaffected by the brutal slaughtering. Her emotions or whatever she felt about her aunt’s death was hidden; her voice with n0 feeling. ‘“The killer is still around,” said the flat voice. It hadn’t any human quality to it at all.” It says from the story. Lastly, Madge is sensitive to scents. As it says from the story, “Consciously or otherwise, she associated some scent with everyone she knew.” Strangely with Eunice, “She did not use scent. Not even a scented soap.” From my point