Gifted Students Essays (Examples)

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Physical Disabilities And Other Health Impairments Special Gifts

Pages: 6 (1796 words) Sources: 4 Document Type:question answer Document #:65284303

… I’d provide physical examples for him to feel and understand the information.
Q14. Identify strategies used by teachers to facilitate the learning of students who are deaf or have significant hearing loss.
Teachers seat these students in the front row, providing written materials for the lecture notes and not facing back or sideways which will impede that student from … with pauses, being in the focal line of vision, using proper hand gestures, reinforcing the concepts etc. are some strategies used for these students.
Review case study number nine. Discuss what strategies you would specifically use to help facilitate learning for Jake.
Since Jake has no formal … most interesting item you read in chapters 14 and 15?
Interesting thing in chapter 14 was how educational facilitations are enhanced for the students with different kinds of physical disabilities like through Individualized Educational Programs (IEPs) to understand and……

References

References

Bureau, P. R. (2001, September 1st). Emerging Trends in Disability. Population Reference Bureau. Retrieved from  https://www.prb.org/emergingtrendsindisability/ 

Forrest, S. (2011, June 02). Learning about disabilities fosters social acceptance, study finds. Illinois News Bureau. Retrieved from  https://news.illinois.edu/view/6367/205310 

Frank, A. (2016, July 16). Vocational Rehabilitation: Supporting Ill or Disabled Individuals in (to) Work: A UK Perspective. US National Library for Medicene. Retrieved from  https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5041047/ 

Kumar, R. (2014, October). Prevention of Disabilities- Parents Corner. Retrieved from Vikaspedia:  http://vikaspedia.in/education/parents-corner/guidelines-for-parents-of-children-with-disabilities/prevention-of-disabilities 

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Arabic Language And Culture Course Middle East Culture

Pages: 9 (2626 words) Sources: 5 Document Type:Project Proposal Document #:35105739


Abstract
This grant proposal seeks funds to support the development of the Arabic Language and Culture Course. This course will provide opportunities for students to further enhance their Arabic language skills outside the class setting. The target audience is Intermediate Arabic learners who have completed at least … target audience is Intermediate Arabic learners who have completed at least two Arabic courses. The primary goals of this proposed course include: preparing students to communicate effectively in Arabic.
Project Description
Rationale
This theme of Hookah Lounges enables me as an instructor to incorporate Arabic Culture concurrently … Hookah lounge will serve as a Language Club for an authentic interactive and creative learning environment, which will create learning opportunities for the students (heritage and non-heritage) outside the classroom, helping them practice their linguistic skills in the real world while staying 80% within the Target language. … learners (ALs) are planning to……

References

References

Center for Arabic Study Abroad (Casa). (2012). USED Grant Proposal, 2008-2012. Cairo, Egypt, The University Of Texas, Austin. Retrieved from  http://www2.ed.gov/programs/iegpsgpa/texas.doc 

Center for Cross-Cultural Learning. (2008). Arabic Course Description and Syllabus. Boston University Morocco Program. Department of Moroccan Languages and Culture CCCL. Retrieved from  http://www.bu.edu/abroad/files/2009/12/syllabus-rabat-language-and-liberal-arts-rabat-arabic.pdf 

General English Activities Worksheets Games.  https://www.teach-this.com/general-activities-worksheet s

Learn Modern Standard Arabic (MSA) Online with Arab Academy.  https://www.arabacademy.com/msa/ 

Syllabus for Spanish Culture - Instructure. https://canvas.instructure.com/courses/902107/assignments/syllabus

Utah State University [email protected] Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.usu.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1820&context=gradreports

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History And Leopold Von Ranke

Pages: 4 (1246 words) Sources: 1 Document Type:Essay Document #:72820390

...Gifted students

Leopold von Ranke - The Secret of World History
Leopold von Ranke believed that history was related to politics in the sense that history identified the problems and their causes while, politics, invented in the 19th century according to Ranke, provided the solutions.[footnoteRef:2] In order for political solutions to be effectively developed and applied, history had to be understood critically.[footnoteRef:3] The best way to understand history critically was to examine the primary documents of history as opposed to the interpretations of these documents by historians of the present. Engaging with the actual texts of the past could allow one to see directly what the past had been about. To ensure a proper study of history, though, the student requires a stable state—i.e., a healthy government that allows such perusal.[footnoteRef:4] [2: Leopold von Ranke, Excerpts from “The Secret of World History. Selected Writings on the Art and Science of History” by……

References

Bibliography

Excerpts from “The Secret of World History. Selected Writings on the Art and Science of History” by Leopold von Ranke. Edited by Roger Wines. Fordham University Press, 1981.

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Leisure Sports Brazilian Jiu Jitsu

Pages: 9 (2660 words) Sources: 3 Document Type:Essay Document #:42761357

...Gifted students How Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Can Help to Teach the Body Discipline
Concrete Experience
I learned Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ) because it was an opportunity for me to exercise, learn a sport, discipline my body and my mind, and develop self-defense training. During the month I participate in a BJJ class at least four times. If I have free time I will do more, but I am at the very least consistently there for at least one session per week. I have participated in the Gracie School for several years, going back to 2015.
Since the beginning, I have learned many skills, such as bridging and shrimping, how to grip correctly, the standing guard pass, the escaping side mount, breath control and the straight-armlock from guard. Escaping from the bottom is one of the drills I remember most as it really opened my eyes to what BJJ is all about (Barra,……

References

References

Barra, G. (2015). The five commandments of escaping from the bottom. Retrieved from  https://graciebarra.com/gb-news/escaping-from-the-bottom/ 

Embiid, J. (2020). The process. Retrieved from  https://www.brainyquote.com/authors/joel-embiid-quotes#:~:text=The%20Process%20is%20never%20going,It \\\\\\\\\\\\'s%20an%20ongoing%20thing.

Mullen, M. (2017). The toughest things to learn as a BJJ beginner. Retrieved from  https://www.jiujitsutimes.com/toughest-things-learn-bjj-beginner/ 

 

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