The 1900’s were a time for great transformations and growth within the theatrical community. Of all types of theater that were developed during that period, musical theater matured into a more respected and widely desired form of entertainment. Musical theater transformed from blackface minstrel shows with gag productions into pieces of reputable theater. One of the most influential productions in making that turn into sophistication is Showboat. Based on the novel by Edna Ferber Showboat was written by Jerome Kern and Oscar Hammerstein II (Smith 627). Showboat was premiered in the Ziegfeld Theatre on December 27, 1927 (Smith 627). The 1926 novel chronicled the lives of a musical and racially
To establish positive and productive relationships with families a childcare provider must create a give and take interaction with the parents as well as the child. As a childcare provider I make it my mission to establish this kind of relationship my using social media as a medium for this relation. Class messenger is an app that parents and teachers can use to stay connected. Keeping a class progress folder is another way teachers can let the parents see what their children are working on, thus in return helping them see what they are learning and what areas they need help in.
This paper is a critique of a production of Show Boat, a musical classic with compositions by Jerome Kern and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II, which was performed and produced by NETworks Presentations LLC at Emens Auditorium on the 14th of February 2001. Clayton Phillips, the director of the production, attempted to test the waters of racial discrimination by exploring controversial themes such as prejudice and interracial relationships. Show Boat takes an enlightened approach to ethnic controversy by using both music and drama to express the feelings and hopes of the characters to the audience. Even though I enjoyed the production, I felt that it was lacking in terms of its plot and may have overused its melodic reprises. However, Show
In the school each classroom has a smart board with speakers that is positioned in front center of the room. The teachers are outfitted with a MacBook laptop that they can travel with and hook up to the smart board. These computers are equipped with smart notebook, which allows them to write on slides, insert videos, graphs and even games. Teachers use Google Drive to upload lesson plans, documents and materials into a shared folder. Each classroom has a bookshelf full of text books pertaining to the main teachers subject. Some books are Advanced Placement and some for Regents material. There are teacher editions and even DVDs for resources in the
Brag Sheet The Brag Sheet is the equivalent of a personal portfolio or resume. Utilize the Brag Sheet to give detailed information about yourself in order to prepare a letter of recommendation. Please fill out the form completely and with as much detail as possible. The information on this form will be used to write your letter of recommendation so it needs to be accurate and thorough. Give your recommender at least two weeks notice to prepare your letter of recommendation. Personal Information Name:Michelle Martinez DOB: 07-05-1999 Grade:12 Address: 727 s carondelet st Street City State Zip Code: #201 90057
A major decision has been made through a vote of the membership. A member in good standing mentioned to the board that if someone was going to be part of the Quad City Clown Troupe then he/she should make some kind of commitment to the organization. That commitment was suggested as annual dues. The board discussed the issue and decided that it was best determined through a vote of the general membership.
Data protection and confidentiality is all under our nursery’s confidential policy. Our policy states that The Nursery endeavours to maintain the confidentiality of all children, families and employees that it comes into contact with, whilst adhering to the principles of the Data Protection Act 1998. Therefore to follow this policy the children’s files are kept in the reception locked away however the parents can access their own child’s file but not any other. All data is protected either electronically or on paper form. For data protection the information kept electronically is kept confidential by the information being on an online database protected by password and accessible only to nominated persons. To keep paper format information confidential
Patients not attending to clinic appointments (no-show) significantly affects delivery and resource planning. The aim was to detect possible causes of the increased number of no-shows in August 2017.
I am important and valued within Real Star Realty as when I first joined the team they were struggling with their social media efforts and marketing, since, we have had multiple comments saying how our marketing efforts have improved and I have noticed that more younger consumers are now considering contacting us, especially in terms of rentals. Throughout my placement I have helped develop and give ideas on how the business should present themselves through social media and deciding what material would be best to capture their audience as well as those who Real Star have not considered targeting, this has allowed the company to gain more brand awareness and reach in their marketing materials and therefore has created value for them. Additionally, I am a low-cost employee and slowly my efforts are becoming more recognised and appreciated by the team.
The symbiotic relationship between teachers and parents is crucial to the educational success of a student. Parents must be involved with their child’s education through consistent attendance of IEP meetings and advocate for their child and their needs at school. Teachers can encourage parent involvement through, traveling notebooks home and note home programs which establish an open line of communication between teacher and parent. Parent-teacher conferences are a great way for teachers and parents to be involved in the success of the student's educational experience.
Ten Thousand Cents by Aaron Koblin and Takashi Kawashima from 2007, for example, is a digital artwork that creates a representation of a $100 bill. Using a custom drawing tool (Mechanical Turk), thousands of individuals working in isolation from one another painted a tiny part of the bill without knowledge of the overall task. Workers were paid one cent each via Amazon’s Mechanical Turk distributed labor tool. The total labor cost to create the bill, the multi-authored artwork being created, and the reproductions available for purchase (to charity) are all $100. (Koblin and Kawashima 2007) The producers and viewers of the work are carefully tracked on the website, even if they do not buy the work – average times spent and the location of visitors from Egypt to the Philippines are logged. (Graham, 2014)
Conflict in the workplace may not be discernible; as such, it may go undetected, be mismanaged, or yield unsuccessful resolutions. Episode 22 of season 2 of Brooklyn Nine-Nine, a series about an N.Y.P.D. squad, exemplifies this through the investigation of a high-profile homicide case by the nine-nine detectives. As the investigation opens, the detective team is called in, along with their Captain, Holt, to the office of Deputy Chief Madeline Wuntch. Due to its seriousness, Holt assumed that Wuntch would pass the case to a higher-level department; however, Wuntch extended the offer to use any N.Y.P.D. resources required to solve the case instead. Moreover, Holt remains suspicious of Wuntch’s intentions throughout the episode, which leads to his formal decision of joining his detectives on the case.