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  • Pre Course Work - Trainer And Delegates

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    1. Pre-course work – trainer and delegates Trainer – Familiarise yourself with the content of this session and other brain friendly principles 2. Preparation Room layout: Cabaret Equipment required: Flipchart paper and pens Sweets IPads Smelly spray Balls Table props Post it notes 3. Resources Presentation required: Yes Additional materials required: Learning Quotes Delegate feeling cards BFL principles 4. Timetable Topic Time Welcome 09

  • The Golden Apples Essay

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    In Eudora Welty’s novel, The Golden Apples, the author presents a combination of short stories to give the readers an insight into the intricacies of human relationships. In doing so, in “June Recital,” Welty utilizes the separation technique, once again, to give multiple perspectives depending on the different time periods and characters. Moreover, by implementing the textual structure and significance of the MacLain house from the “Shower of Gold,” the two stories, although separate, have a strong

  • Descriptive Essay - Original Writing

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    I took lengthy whiles to adore your physiognomies before the moment where I could register how you spoke. I got hit at random upon one Tuesday noon filled with rain by how you stressed your syllables, and wound your ways in my heart when you spoke on literatures. It wasn’t how you spoke and what you touched upon. Rather, it was your vocal cadence sounds. If I could have, I might have made you speak for hours. Despite whether you spoke the equal terminology non-stop, I might not have minded; I knew

  • Han Kang 's The Vegetarian

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    After a traumatizing dream, Yeong-hye abandons her way of living and hopes to become a plant to prevent the violent dream from reoccurring. Yeong-hye has become unfamiliar and disengaged in social activities. Han Kang’s The Vegetarian includes three perspectives of people who closely associate with Yeong-hye to provide various views of their thoughts and experiences with her. For each narrative, Han Kang incorporated distinctive senses that cause characters to act a certain way, which appeals to

  • What Is The Five Senses

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    Written Assignment Unit 3 Ashley Y. Rose University of the People Part I A) I do believe that there are senses within us, but they are different versions of the five senses. I believe that hunger is an automatic response of the body. I think that hunger is a sensation, and there is a level of perception and awareness attached to it. I, personally, believe that the senses

  • What Five Senses What Does It Mean To Sense

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    that this concept of five senses is overgeneralized. We also have a sensory system that gives information about balance (the vestibular sense), body situation and movement (proprioception and kinesthesia), pain (nociception), and temperature (thermoception).

  • Tok Essay

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    To what extent do personal attributes affect Ways of Knowing, and why, if at all, does answering this question matter in the first place? It is known that there are four means through which human beings acquire knowledge of their surroundings; the ways of reason, emotion, sense perception and language. However, are these entirely reliable? Different individuals possess different opinions of concepts and ideas, and this has not only been the reason of many conflicts and wars but has aided

  • In What Way Does Using the Sensorial Materials Help the Child’s Whole Development? Give Examples

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    is derived from the words sense or senses. The conventional five senses, attributed to Aristotle, are classified as sight, hearing, touch, smell, taste. However, humans have at least nine different senses including interoceptive senses such as thermoception (heat, cold), nociception (pain), equilibrioception (balance, gravity), proprioception & kinesthesia (joint motion and acceleration) and sense of time. Maria Montessori believed that sensorial experiences started in the womb and continued after