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    Classroom Subjects

    Creating subjects is the act of dividing learning into segments. Some of the most common subjects at school include English, history, mathematics, physical education, and science. In future years of study, these subjects can be broken down further into specialties, and get more difficult in terms of subject matter.

    In elementary school, one teacher will usually teach all subjects. Conversely, in middle school and high school, a teacher will only teach one subject to students. The teacher of each subject has usually achieved a bachelor or master’s degree in the subject that they teach in high school. As students move further into high school, they will be able to select courses they are interested in, whereas in elementary and middle school students are expected to complete certain specific courses.


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    Literacy is the ability to read and write one’s own name, and further, the ability to write coherently and think critically about the written word.

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    ROLE OF LITERATURE REVIEW IN THE RESEARCH PROCESS Case Assignment First, view the presentation titled The Literature Review in Research and read the Module 3 background information. Then complete a brief Literature Review related to your selected research question in 2-3 pages (not including the cover sheet and bibliography).

    English Language Learning

    What are some cultural factors that might affect English language learning for native English speakers as well as those students for whom English is an additional language? What are significant issues to consider regarding the instruction and the classroom environment for all students? How would home and school partnerships fa

    Literature - The Giver

    Please help with the following questions. The help I need is shown at the end of each question. 1. Explain why Jonas felt like an outcast in his own community? I need more information here and it should be written better, too. Jonas feels like an outcast because he is different than all of the other kids because he could se

    Promoting Quality and Professionalism

    Reflect on the following quote from Feeney and Freeman (2000): "To a large extent, professional values and ethics are an extension of personal values and morality" (cited in Bruno, 2009, p. 240). How does this quote relate to the role of the early childhood administrator? Share a personal experience in which your personal valu

    Ethical Consideration of Preschool Student Study

    According to Mills (2014), "all research studies involve ethical considerations. Therefore, all researchers must be aware of and attend to the ethical considerations related to their studies" (p. 27). Therefore, identify the potential ethical concerns associated with the topic you selected in Week One in collecting the type of d

    Child Advocacy

    Summarize each of the three arenas for child advocacy: public, private, and personal. Provide examples to illustrate each arena, and support your summary with at least one scholarly source in addition to the course text.

    Three Different Lessons, Three Different Contents

    Research a variety of lesson plans online. Analyze three different plans for three different content areas and age levels (Preschool, PK, K, 1st, 2nd, or 3rd grade) using the rubric provided. Recreate the online lesson plans filling in any gaps you found. Justify any changes you made and aspects that remained the same. Include

    Academic Writing: Invention and Organization

    Invention and Organization Directions Look up and read the following article in the EBSCOhost Database: Step-by-step through the writing process. (2007). Writing, 30. 1-8. Read and respond to each of the following writing prompts and submit them as a single document. Topic Search Think of problems and issue

    Formal Academic Writing

    How would you define formal academic writing? What approach do you use for a project where that style of writing is required?

    Digital Communication and Formal Writing

    Please help answer the following question: In this age of electronic communications such as cell phones, text messaging, and e-mail, what is the role of formal writing? How do you think these digital communication methods influence the writing process?