Here is the paper requirements below. Please do not hesitate to ask me any questions. Most of our assignments have been from a reference book “student development in college” by lori patton, kristen renn, Florence guido. We studies the theories and practices in this book. Write a 6-8 page paper on a student population of… Continue reading Most of our assignments have been from a reference book “student development in college” by lori patton, kristen renn, florence guido.
For this assignment, you will choose two topics discussed in any of the previous units and: Explain how one topic you chose is connected to language (and learning) Center for Early Care and Education Research—Dual Language Learners (CECER-DLL; 2011). Research brief #6: Language and literacy development in dual language learners: A critical review of the… Continue reading If many of the children are second language learners, pictures or visuals would also be helpful (for all young children).”
Your paper must be divided into three sections. Section 1 – Introduction: This section (which is usually not labeled) begins the paper and should include an introduction to the topic for research that you have chosen. Section 2 – Literature Review: This section should be written in narrative form using a minimum of FOUR research… Continue reading Your paper must be divided into three sections.
One page for all 5 observations ( 250 words ). You are not completing five different pages. Type your essay into Microsoft Word or another tool.When complete, copy and paste it into the assignment box, then submit. Proofread it for typos and other errors. Points will be deducted.
Answer each question with a 120-word response. 1. What is your definition of culture and why? Explain how experience shapes one’s attitude toward cultural diversity. Give examples. 2. Regarding the pioneers in sociology, which theorists do you think have the most relevance for today? How do you see their theories being applied today? Give examples.… Continue reading Explain how experience shapes one’s attitude toward cultural diversity.
Last week you observed your classroom to see if it was a print rich environment. This week you will be doing observations on the use of language in the classroom. Create a narrative observation of things you see during your lab experience. After you are home and can reflect, I want you to focus on… Continue reading Create a narrative observation of things you see during your lab experience.
It is important for reading/literacy specialists to understand their roles both on a school campus and at the district level. Reading/literacy specialists often will analyze district or school level data and share that analysis with school administrators and teachers in order to help them choose and revise their curriculum or instruction. ** For this assignment,… Continue reading **describe leadership initiatives (district assessments, reading curriculum, professional development, or intervention initiatives) that support the school campus and the district.
This is a one page paper. My disabilities approach is PECS (picture exchange system) I attached files of directions
TITLE: STORYTELLING Introduction In this module, you have learned that storytelling can stand alone with just the presenter’s imagination or it can be used to enhance a book by adding gestures, words, and voice overs for the characters. Storytelling allows the child to formulate a mental image of the setting, characters, and actions from the… Continue reading The assignment – google and watch you tubes of the the videos of two of the books below.
Preparation outline (show in-text citations) informing the audience about a famous organization. I chose People for the ethical treatment of animals (PETA) Their goals, founders, projects, controversies, etc. INFORMATIVE outline/speech. A sample is included in the file section. (I need something like that). Also more clear instructions as well. (I’m a vegetarian and a supporter… Continue reading (i’m a vegetarian and a supporter of peta , if that needs to be included anywhere.