… essential step in addressing one’s own health needs (Whelan, 1984). Thus, this action plan will also include a focus on continuing education through reading about physical, emotional, cognitive, social, financial and spiritual health to make sure that up to date information is being applied in the action … literacy. This action plan thus begins and ends with education. Education is the foundation stone for this plan and to increase health literacy, reading is essential. The six areas in which self-care is sought in this plan are:
1. Physical Self-Care
2. Emotional Self-Care
3. Cognitive Self-Care
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Social Science Lesson Plan Part II
American Revolution: Understanding the Declaration of Independence—Vocabulary and Reading Comprehension Lesson Plan
Unit Central Historical Question(s):
How did the Declaration of Independence justify the American Revolution?
Subject / Course:
… American Revolutionaries justified their need for independence from the English Crown by using the terms and phrases of the Declaration.
Common Core Standards (Reading Comprehension)
CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RI.8.4. Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a text, including figurative and connotative meanings; analyze the … American Revolutionaries justified their need for independence from the English Crown by using the terms and phrases of the Declaration.
Common Core Standards (Reading Comprehension)
8.4. Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a text, including figurative and connotative meanings; analyze the ……
… easy to implement based on the standards. The guide is divided into four sections, referred to as parts in the guide: these include reading, writing, speaking and listening, and language. Each part includes examples of lesson plans, in total 35, and extensive activities, tips on differentiation, and … Moreover, each of the four parts includes a checklist for lesson planning to help educators when creating their lesson plans.
Part one on reading covers requirements for teaching literacy, in addition to the Common Core State Standards that exist. According to the Common Core State Standards, in … are required to use more-complex texts. In addition to these more-complex texts, Davis (2013) suggests that educators should be able to inject fun readings and other activities that engage the learners in the learning activity. In reading, several instructional activities are suggested among them; questioning, activating, monitoring-clarifying, inferring, searching-selecting, play-based instruction, and visual-organizing.……
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… cooking utensils to teach the student's vocabulary signs and written cues such as police officer, earthquake, and security to teach vocabulary in emergencies reading comprehension. Visual aids and written cues helped the students communicate, learn and develop self-control.
The host teacher demonstrates strong communication skills when teaching … involves the use of either token or verbal praise following a desired behavior. I observed the host teacher using praises such as “good reading” to reinforce desired behaviors in students. A student who can associate praises with good reading is likely to develop good reading skills in the future.
Four of the nine students that I observed exhibited repetitive/ unusual behaviors and language deficits (echolalia) which are symptoms ……
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… justifies own arguments on the topic.
Connection to Critical Relevant Pedagogy principles (GAY, 2010):
• List CRP principles, and at least one other reading that apply to this lesson unit.
· Teaching is validating.
· Teaching is comprehensive.
· Teaching is multidimensional.
· Teaching is empowering.
· Teaching is comprehensive.
· Teaching is multidimensional.
· Teaching is empowering.
· Teaching is transformative.
· Teaching is emancipatory.
· The other reading that apply to this lesson unit is Inclusive Principles and Practices in Literacy Education by Marion Milton.
• Explain how each CRP and … apply to this lesson unit is Inclusive Principles and Practices in Literacy Education by Marion Milton.
• Explain how each CRP and other reading connects to the lesson theme.
The first principle connects to the lesson theme on the premise that learning encounters on the topic will … to the lesson theme on……
Gay, G. (2010). Culturally responsive teaching – theory, research and practice (2nd ed.). New York, NY: Teachers College Press.
...Reading Part 1: Introduction
By the 1950s, America had moved on from the turmoil of WW2 and was enjoying a bit of peace and prosperity. The Cold War was but a looming threat that would escalate fiercely in the 1960s—but in the 50s, Americans were generally content to enjoy themselves. Still, the specter of Communism loomed and had been perceived as an encroaching problem in Hollywood since the 1930s. Following WW2, Senator Joe McCarthy began his crusade to raise awareness about this specter by flaunting a list of Communists that he knew were secretly hiding in the American government. As fear grew that the Soviets had infiltrated American society, the list grew to include others in other spheres—including Hollywood, where writers suspected of propagating Communist ideology and subtly inserting it into American films came under scrutiny. The Hollywood Blacklist actually began in the latter half of the 1940s but it reached……
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McGilligan, Patrick and Paul Buhle. Tender Comrades: A Backstory of the Hollywood Blacklist. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2012.
Schrecker, Ellen. The Age of McCarthyism: A Brief History with Documents. Boston: St. Martin’s Press, 1994.
Schrecker, Ellen. Many are the Crimes: McCarthyism in America. Princeton NJ: Princeton University Press, 1998.
Smith, Jeff. Criticism, the Cold War, and the Blacklist: Reading the Hollywood Reds. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2014.
… problem when designed literacy intervention problems instead of the often used student-as-problem approach. Looking at structures-as-problem provides new ideas that can help improve reading and literacy. It is essential to re-design and pedagogical repertoires to ensure teachers become more prepared to help young students from low SES … intervention problems instead of the often used student-as-problem approach. The researcher says that looking at structures-as-problem provides new ideas that can help improve reading and literacy. Loh (2016) concludes that comprehensive interventions that are both individual-oriented and structure-oriented can help to bridge the literacy skills gap between ……
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… institution by the federal authorities to measure student progress is the NAEP. They measure academic progress in a range of areas, including mathematics, reading, geography, writing, history, and the arts (Hombo, 2003’ Malik et al., 2018).
The social development with the education of the deaf happens through ……
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...Reading Part 1: Concurrency Issues in the Database
1. Considering that these various transactions use some of the same tables and fields in the database, explain why it is important for the changes made by each of these transactions to be atomic. (2 pts)
Answer: The necessity of an atomic transaction, in this case, is to maintain state consistency in the database system. Since various transactions require the use of the same fields/data within the database, a sequential update to each field (prioritized based on order of transactions conducted) could lead to an imbalance in the overall system. For example: assuming a few items are sold to a customer and the sales information is updated. There is a need for an immediate update to the “QuantityOnHand” field (a reduction, since a certain unit of items have been sold), along with an update to the “total sales”, “Profit” and other relevant fields.……
… the classrooms were furnished with age-appropriate furniture. Other things that were also taken care of include the easy access to books for varying reading levels, positioning learning materials within reach on the shelves, and leaving enough space around the classroom to facilitate the easy movement of kids ……
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