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  • Interpersonal And Linguistic Intelligence
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    Is it possible for students to be successful without being aware of their strengths and weaknesses? Do students know how important is to recognize their own abilities? Do they know how to use their intelligences in order to improve understanding of a material that they have to study? Achieving academic goals is impossible without recognizing those strengths. As for me, the three strongest abilities that I possess are spatial, interpersonal and linguistic intelligence, and using them helps me to ...
  • The Course To Your Students
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    ON THE DESIGN OF FOREIGN LANGUAGE CURRICULA Discuss the steps involved in planning a general English language course. In designing a syllabus for a group of Greek learners in a public secondary school what factors would you take into account in its development, how would you go about developing it, what would the nature of this syllabus be and why? Planning a general English language course can be very interesting as you are creating a teaching strategy that helps not only the students but also ...
  • Dress Code And Hair Restriction Of Jesuit
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    School Uniforms John Doe walks into a skyscraper, confident and well groomed wearing a tie, suit, and dress shoes. His confidence moves him forward, as he enters an elevator going up to the 23rd floor. He approaches his first job interview since leaving Jesuit Prep: McAllen & McAllen Law. This well groomed man graduated from Jesuit prep, which had a dress code and hair restrictions. This dress code and hair restrictions evolved young men into mature adults over a 4 year period at Jesuit. The dre...
  • Self Reform
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    I strongly believe that the key to world reform is self-reform. By attending the University of Colorado, I hope to attain a strong education that will help me achieve significant reforms that in turn will let me help others. Currently, I am a freshman majoring in chemical engineering and pre-medicine. When I graduate from CU, I plan to further my studies in medical school or perhaps dental school. More importantly, I wish to set a good example for others to follow through my hard work and determ...
  • Motivation For A Student
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    Effective way in Tutoring Students 2004 Outline: A) Introduction B) General discussion 1) Personal Experience 2) Tips on Promoting Student Motivation 3) Advantages and Disadvantages of Tutoring) Conclusion. Foreword: Tutoring is a tool in helping the children in their academic needs. The tutor guides them in answering their assignments as well as teaching them techniques in solving problems. This paper is aimed at describing tutor functional duties, tips on promoting student motivation, advantag...
  • University Of Phoenix Student
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    Personal Goals I Want to Achieve as A University of Phoenix Student Shawnee qua T. Elliott University of Phoenix September 7, 2005 Personal Goals 1 Abstract The ultimate result of this paper will reflect my personal goals that I hope to achieve as a University of Phoenix student and which I have been and am trying to pursue and obtain. They are goals that I feel I need to have in life in order to survive, prosper, and succeed to higher full-filling and journeys. In this essay, I hope to convey t...
  • My Graduate Program In Pharmacy
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    Name February 2001 Pharmacy School Essay Born in a third world country, one that lacks most of the modern technologies and little job opportunities, one phrase that I remembered best is that of older people complaining on how they are tired of this thing or that thing. Like them me too was tired of a lot of things. I was tired of seeing people upset miserable hungry but most of all, I was tired of seeing people suffer, some of these people was very close to me. Having a good friend suffering fro...
  • College Students With Ad D
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    Tutoring College Students with AD (H) D INTRODUCTION We have all heard of the schoolboy who doesn't know how to stay in his seat at school; instead he climbs furniture and makes noise during work time. We have also all known a schoolgirl who looks out the window quietly daydreaming instead of paying attention to the teacher. We now know that the hyperactive boy has a neurological disorder called attention deficit hyperactive disorder (ADHD) (Hallowell & Ratey, 1994; Latham, 2000). Experts recent...
  • Students Need
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    Today's world can be very tough for students of all ages. Our country is at war with many enemies for many reasons. This can produce many problems for students and they may turn to school counselor's, teachers, and other school faculty for help. It is a difficult responsibility for them but needs to be dealt with correctly. There are many different ways that students can be affected by terrorism. Terrorism can have a direct effect on them when someone they know has been hurt or killed by terrori...
  • Exercises On The Balance Beam
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    PE 116 Movement Education Kevin Juon Date 4-21-99 The Balance Beam The word gymnastics came from the Greeks. The Greeks used this word to describe any type of physical activity. Exercise was an important part of their education process, sort of like what is in place today. They used exercise in order to beautify the body, promote health, comfort, strength, and vigor. The Romans took the Greeks beliefs on exercise, and used them in training their military forces. After the Romans, exercising virt...
  • Ballet Class
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    ? Audience: Parents who want to enroll their children in a ballet class for the first time. As a child I was very active in ballet. When I first asked my parents to let me enroll in a ballet class, they were skeptical. They weren't too sure of what a ballet class consisted of or what kind of exercise I would have to undergo. My parents researched in books and magazines, but they didn't understand the ballet terminology. When they went to speak to a ballet instructor, they got a better understand...
  • My Reading Ability
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    Frs. 101 Justin Walker Prof. Squires Portfolio Entry 1 Educational Contract What I Expect from My School I expect my school to help to the full extent to help me to reach my educational goals to the best of my ability. The professors, counselors, and other faculty should make themselves accessible for the student and not feel bothered if a student comes to them looking for help. The school should present information in a timely fashion and keep the students informed of changes and developments o...
  • John And Carol
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    Sometimes there are events in our lives that we cannot control. These events occur, more or less, due to our own actions. Sometimes, however, we must come to terms with our inability to handle certain situations and also to reach our goals. These events are facts of life everyone: some people can't run as fast, or lift as much, or write as well. It is during these times that we must focus on what we can do well, and try to direct our goals around those features that make us good at something. In...
  • Exercise The Student
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    Introduction: This essay will go through each of the five exercises that were completed and explain how they could be improved and what were the good points about them and how this would benefit the student. It will also have a conclusion that will go through alternative exercises and how the exercises have run over the course of the module. CMT Exercises: As part of the CMT 2200 module five exercises had to be completed in order to complete the coursework. Theses exercises were to design an on-...
  • Acts Of Violence By Some Students
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    Is There Deeper Changes To Be Had? Recent events have left many parents and other Americans asking "Why?" A high school in South Carolina is at the center of this national crisis. Local authorities stormed this high school, after receiving a tip that a student was selling drugs in the school. From what is known, they may of had good cause to perform this task. The problem lies within how they executed this drug bust. The police swarmed the school with guns drawn, drug and bomb sniffing dogs atta...
  • College Students With Anorexia
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    Final Paper April 30th 2003 Topic: Anorexia Nervosa and the college student It takes a lot of courage to release the familiar and seemingly secure, to embrace the new. But there is no real security in what is no longer meaningful. There is more security in adventurous and exciting, for in movement there is life, and in change there is power. -Alan Cohen Each year, Anorexia Nervosa continues to rise among college students. High stress levels brought on from academics, peer pressure and insecuriti...
  • Area Of College Admissions And Financial Aid
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    Educational / Teaching Philosophy Counseling programs should be both comprehensive and sequential; providing a variety of offerings at appropriate times during the calendar year. With respect to college counseling, it is critical to help students and families organize and plan the college search to insure each have information in a timely manner to help sort through the many opportunities available. It is critical to include the entire family in this process. Varying independent school environme...
  • Lot With Other Students
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    Community service writing assignment For my community service I helped out with a forth / fifth grade combination class at Julien Elementary School. I had to do twenty hours of community service this semester. I wanted to help out at an Elementary school because I plan on being an elementary school teacher when I am older. I thought not only is this a chance to help out my community it is also a chance to get a hands on experience with the students. I really hope that I helped out in the class a...
  • Costs And Benefits Of Help
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    Latene and Darley (1970) formulated a five-stage model to explain why bystanders at emergencies sometimes do and sometimes do not offer help. An alternative cognitive theory is the Cost-Benefit Model developed by Piliavin (1981) to explain the results of helping behaviour studies. This theory suggests that whether we help or not depends on the outcome of weighing up both the costs and benefits of help. The Piliavin model has been supported by number of studies, which demonstrated that increasing...

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