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  • Examples Of Three Folk Tales
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    When you where a kid did your parents ever tell you stories about your culture or about your family's values? Chances are they where telling you a folk tale. Folk tales are stories passed down usually by word of mouth but often they are written down. Folk tales teach a valuable life lesson while entertaining the reader or in some cases the listener. This essay will give examples of three folk tales and go into depth on how they teach lessons and still remain entertaining for children and even ad...
  • Valuable Experiences Throughout High School
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    During the adolescent years of high school, one learns many valuable lessons and gains important knowledge to lay a foundation for the rest of one's life. Many of these lessons are learned through direct experience and can be real tough on an individual. During this time of learning, many teenagers are confused and in search of their own identity which can lead to distractions with the process of gaining vital knowledge. As for myself, high school has taught me three major lessons without many o...
  • Hurtful To The Children Perhaps The Lesson
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    In The Lesson, by Toni Cade Bambara, Miss Moore takes several children from a lower class neighborhood to F.A.O. Schwartz, an upper class toy store. For today's lesson, Miss Moore, who has a college education, intends to teach the children about the different social and economic classes. The children soon understand that these toys are far beyond their means or their parents, and that someone would have to be rich in order to afford one of these toys. After the children leave the store, we can s...
  • My Learning Outcomes
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    'Learning through experience is the normal, common place approach to learning, and we take it for granted. ' Miller and Bond (1996) After my work experience at Franklin College and St Mary's school, I whole hearted ly agree with this statement. During my life I have taken my experiences for granted for example throughout my academic career and vocational encounters I haven't really reflected on them. Swedish research that was later developed by Marton, Hounsell and Entwistle (1997) suggested tha...
  • Reader The Main Lesson Of The Story
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    Analyzation encompasses the application of given criteria to a literary work to determine how efficiently that work employs the given criteria. In the analyzation of short stories, the reader uses a brief imaginative narrative unfolding a single incident and a chief character by means of a plot, the details so compresses and the whole treatment so organized, a single impression results. To expose that impression, the reader explores the workings of seven basic criteria. On particular criterion e...
  • Arthur's Round Table Idea
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    The Once And Future King by T. H White is a four part book of magic, love, death, war and medieval tales. The book tells the tale of how the Wart (Arthur) becomes king and how he goes about life. The need for education is very important; the lessons Arthur learns and his application of them later in life demonstrates this importance. The lessons Arthur learns as a child is taught to him by various animals. On the signs over each ant tunnel was a notice which read", Everything Not Forbidden Is Co...
  • Little Good Life Lessons
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    Since I was young until now, I have learned a lot of life's lessons. And some I go by, and some I use once and then get rid of them. But there are ones that I keep for a short time, and keep for a long time, because you never know when they will come in handy. The ones that I have still, they are good ones. I keep the good ones, and just forget the bad ones, because why keep lessons that will not help get you some where or get you out of a jam. Having little good life lessons is a lot better tha...
  • Social Issues In My Community
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    To be a true American, some people think that a person has to agree with everything our government says, right or wrong. My belief is that, to be a true American one must strive to make this country a better place. A place that can be respected and looked up to by the rest of the world, rather than shunned and feared as it is today. To say that I am only interested in one specific social issue would be a lie. One person focusing on one problem will not make an impact. Being socially conscious is...
  • Important Lesson
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    Whirligig Do you think it's possible to have a positive outcome after accidentally killing someone? It can happen, and this book shows you how. The message that the author sends is important, and the story is laid out in a unique way that makes it interesting to read. After being humiliated at a party, 16-year-old Brent drives away intoxicated and makes the last minute decision to kill himself. Letting go of the wheel on a busy highway, he ends up killing someone else. The victim is another 16-y...
  • Two Elders
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    The Rescue of Susanna In the story of Susanna in the New Testament of the Bible many valuable lessons are learned. The story begins by describing the wife of a man named Joakim, the beautiful Susanna. She had been taught according to the law of Moses and was very righteous. Because her husband was very rich the two elders who were appointed judges often were often there and anyone with a lawsuit came to them there. Susanna would spend the long afternoons in the large garden adjacent to the house...
  • Negative Stereotypical Images From Television
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    Contents of Curriculum Unit 96.03. 05: Narrative Lesson Plan Lesson Plan Lesson Plan Notes Films Television Shows Children's Reading List Teachers Bibliography To Guide Entry The practice of racial stereotyping through the use of media has been used throughout contemporary history by various factions in American society to attain various goals. The practice is used most by the dominant culture in this society as a way of suppressing its minority population. The Republican parties use of the Will...
  • My First Band Lesson
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    Throughout my years in elementary and high school, I am able to recall numerous experiences which stand out in my mind as meaningful. Certain teachers had different methods of making their lessons effective and easy to understand. However, in all of my memories, a single day in fifth grade is remembered as an exciting day that literally changed my life. I can vividly remember my first band lesson. The anticipation and excitement I felt as I opened my new saxophone case for the first time was sim...
  • Tale Of Good Versus Evil
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    Children have enjoyed Hans Christian Andersens fairy tales for centuries. He has taken them to different places to experience different things. He has expose them inadvertently to nature, beauty, and art through his eloquent descriptions. He has created tales, which teach children spiritual, moral, social, psychological, and emotional educational values. His stories have made millions of children around the world think, and feel, and have made them compassionate toward people, animals, and natur...
  • Reign Of Ramses The Great
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    1. How was Ramses design for Abu Simbel different from all the Egyptian temples that had been built before 2. Why did Ramses move the capital of Egypt to the new city he built in the delta 3. Why do we know more details about the battle of Kadesh than any other battle in ancient history 4. How does the modern snake charmer's demonstration shed light on a biblical story concerning the unnamed pharaoh 5. Why did the biblical pharaoh react differently to the tenth plague from the plagues that came ...
  • Lives Of The Greatest Generation
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    Greatest Generation World War II was not simply the time of war, or simply the war of fighting, or fighting simply for winning. It was a period in which new ideas were made, lives were changed, and lessons were learned. In Tom Brokaw's book "The Greatest Generation" these things are stored in a way so that Americans today can not only learn what happened but can also learn what valuable lessons were discovered. Each and every one of the Americans that are spoken of throughout "The Greatest Gener...
  • Go Area For Pupils During The Lessons
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    As yo gaze upon the entrance to the dark and gloomy building you get the feeling that it is deserted and a creepy place to be. Now the school gleaming with the with the voices of children only lasts from 8: 30 till 9; 00 until the screeching noise of the buzzer goes and all the pupils and teachers scurry to hide behind the closed doors of each classroom. The now deadly silent corridors of the seemingly endless school are a now no go area for pupils during the lessons. As the silence of the corri...
  • Y Teaching Activities Every Strategy
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    Summary Description of the three perspectives: "Y Lectures- We were spoken to by different lecturers about different aspects that directly relate to the teaching that we undertake in our practicum and the teaching we will be doing in our professional lives. We have covered topics such as child protection, teaching strategies, classroom programming and effective classroom management. The lectures included individual tasks combined with group work tasks that required us to work together to accumul...
  • Every Competition Of English In Taiwan
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    I am a student in Taiwan. I study English and Spanish there. I have never study abroad, but I am very proud of my English. I win almost every competition of English in Taiwan but last time I LOST. I am not flinch from speaking the truth... That day other participants whose pronounciation or speaking ability were not as good as mine, they got the prize. I GOT NOTHING! My tear ran out of my eyes in mediately as I left the hotel where the competition took place. My head was full of the idea "UNFAIR...
  • Good And Bad Moral Lessons
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    At a young age, a child learns both most of his knowledge about life. Also at this young age the child's brain begins to be shaped, whether it's by TV, radio, books, or personal events. Most parents would prefer for their children to receive good moral lessons from the events the child experiences. TV, in particular, is a source that can give off good and bad moral lessons. Cartoons consist of moral lessons, whether good or bad, that can affect a child's brain. Pokemon, in particular, is a carto...
  • Huck In The Lessons
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    In the novel The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain the main character, Huck Finn, grows and learns many lessons. Throughout my life I have learned many similar lessons. In addition, I have discovered that there is a relationship between Huck's life lessons and my life lessons. Also I have learned many different lessons that Huck was dispossessed from learning. Twain's character, Huckleberry Finn, and I can be compared and contrasted through lessons we both have learned and lessons tha...

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