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    Initial thoughts: Ms. Rollison needs to understand that students behave differently which will require a different way to approach their behavior. In most cases, when a student is acting out it is due to something stressful they are experiencing. A young student does not communicate their wants and needs well, this causes them to express their emotion is not the best manner. When children need are not met they will misbehave more frequently. Therefore, Ms. Rollison will need to understand and have

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    Effect of Class and Gender Do class and gender affect how individuals act or behave? Society has evolved throughout the years and with that evolution, the people have separated themselves by factors such as class and gender. This separation started many centuries ago and made a large appearance in the Great Depression and Civil Rights Movement. Along with this division of people, actions and behaviors seem to have been paired with certain classifications of people. In prior eras, women were seen

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    1. “Good Girls”: Gender, Social Class, and Slut Discourse on Campus Authors: Elizabeth A. Armstrong, Laura T. Hamilton, Elizabeth M. Armstrong and J. Lotus Seeley Citation: Armstrong, E. A. et al. ""Good Girls": Gender, Social Class, And Slut Discourse On Campus". Social Psychology Quarterly 77.2 (2014): 100-122. Web. 17 Feb. 2016. The journal article addresses the issue of undergraduate women using slut shaming and the actual reason women participate in it. 2. The theory being tested in the article

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    7th grade class was being extremely impolite to their teacher and to their fellow classmates. They were talking too much and too loudly. Consequently, no one could hear and when the class did not stop talking, the teacher, Mr. Rix, gave them an assignment. They needed to write a paragraph explaining how to behave properly in homeroom. The students groaned in frustration, but they had learned their lesson. Behaving properly in homeroom is something you should always keep in mind. To behave is “to conduct

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    stories portray how social class can change the way people handle punishments. In this paper, I will review literature found on the topic, view the issue through a sociological perspective, and then present the main argument. Higher class individuals engaged in greater unethical behavior (Dubois, Galinsky, Rucker 2015: 437) There has been a lot of research on this topic. I found multiple sources that helped me better understand the question at hand. In the article “Social Class, Power, and Selfishness:

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    Class Apology Letter

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    and childlike behavior in class. We deeply regret our actions and I am really sorry for the troubles that we caused during the class. As well, as the distractions that we had like the scented lotion incident. I thank you for putting up with us even though we were a tuff class to deal with. I know it wasn't an enjoyable time for what we did but thank you for what you did. I'm sorry we should have been on our best behavior for you. It was pretty childlike of us to behave in a disrespectful manner

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    The Safe-Keeper System

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    depending on the number of points they got through class dojo. Other teachers may take a different approach, and include class dojo with intrinsic intentions. For example, wanting the students to want to behave well for themselves, and not because of a tangible reward. Class dojo can be problem or solution based, depending on the teacher. Class dojo allows you to clearly see problem behaviors based on where students lose points. For example, calling out in class, or not completing homework. The teachers

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    When counseling a patient, one should always be calm and always be positive about what the patient is feeling and thinking. It is also in this unit of general psychology that we have learned how very different people behave in the different ways. This is where the course has taught me why different people behave as they do and why they end up drinking. Stress is one factor that makes people end up becoming alcoholic or turning into drugs. Additionally, drug abuse and alcoholism have also been known

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    How Does Class Matter

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    Does it really matter? Does class really matter? Yes and according to many studies it does affect the learning and teaching of students across the country. Classrooms are packed with lots of students which makes it harder for the student to learn and also on the school to provide the assets needed.Have a smaller class makes it so students learn and behave better, this statement is proven by the infamous project star. This study showed that students behave better and get more involved when they can't

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    given you a guide on how live the right way? Jamaica Kincaid does just that in her short story, Girl. The narrative is presented as a set of life instructions to a girl by her mother to live properly in Antigua in the 1980’s. While the setting of the story is not expressly stated by the author in the narrative, the reader is able to understand the culture for which Girl was written. Jamaica Kincaid seems to be the passive narrator, receiving the instructions from her mother on how to live in their present

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