Plath’s father died early in her life leaving her with unresolved feelings, and this brought a lot of troubles later on in life. Sylvia was a great student but when she was overwhelmed with disappointments after a month in New York, she attempted suicide (“Sylvia Plath”). After receiving treatment and recovering, she returned to school and later moved to England where she met her future husband, Ted Hughes (“Sylvia Plath”). Their marriage with two children didn’t last when Ted had an affair. They separated and Ted moved in with the new woman, leaving Sylvia and their two children.
<br> <br> ·http://wdn.unl.edu/documentation/text.shtml: Examples of the different heading sizes with the proper HTML tags for each. <br> <br> <br> Paragraph – The paragraph tag is used to indent paragraphs or to add lar...<br> <br> <br> ... middle of paper ... <br> <br> <br> ... Several examples of using the mail-to tag. <br> <br> http://www.utexas.edu/learn/forms/: Uses and codes for adding forms to a web page. <br> <br> http://www2.cs.purdue.edu/outreach/lessonplans.htm: Technology resources for teachers and learners. <br> <br> http://www-ssg.sr.unh.edu/index.html?tof/WebLesson/lesson1.html: Sequential lessons on basic HTML.
This experience scared Sarah in one of the worst ways it made he go muted for several weeks, and once she got her voice back she had a stutter. But this experience also planted the seed of an early abolitionist. On Sarah’s eleventh birthday Sarah received her own personal slave, named Hetty, But Sarah despised the thought having a slave of her own, so she snuck into her father’s office and wrote up a document declaring that she wished to free Hetty. Sarah latter found the document ripped up by her mother. Sarah was devastated that she had a slave that she could not free.
When she was only eight, she lost her father to an illness he had battled for some time. The death of her father haunted her throughout her entire life and it seemed as though it was an obsession of sorts for Plath. All the while, she strived to reach a level of perfection that was unattainable. As a result, she always felt that she was not good enough. She attempted suicide for the first time when she was in college, but following treatment she returned to school and finished.
To rid some of the stress because of the recent death in the Plath’s life, Aurelia moved the family to Wellesley, Massachusetts. Aurelia enrolled Sylvia in a new school, feeling that studying and being with children Sylvia’s age would console her (Alexander 21). On the contrary it is said that, “Sylvia was still confused and angry about her father’s death…Her strong and conflicting emotions of love, hate, anger and grief at the loss of her father were to affect Sylvia for the rest of her life” (A... ... middle of paper ... ... A Biography of Sylvia Plath. New York, NY, U.S.A.: Viking, 1991. Print.
3. Shared vision: there is a need for every part of a system to understand the reason for its existence. O... ... middle of paper ... ...anizational learning and knowledge. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Smith, M. K. (2003) 'Learning theory', the encyclopedia of informal education, [online] Available from www.infed.org/biblio/b-learn.htm, accessed 6th April 2012 Atherton J S (2011) Learning and Teaching; what is learning?
MERLOT Journal of Online Learning and Teaching, 6(1), 264-267. Retrieved from http://jolt.merlot.org/vol6no1/mintu-wimsatt_0310.pdf Merriam-Webster. (2014). Netiquette. Retrieved from http://merriam-webster.com/dictionary/netiquette Online Learning Tips.
Interactive Educational Multimedia, 4(4), p.24-39. Available at: http://greav.ub.edu/iem/index.php?journal=iem&page=article&op=view&path=26&path=24. Watkins, C., 2006. Personalized Classroom Learning. Education, (13).
Harvard Review, 36(4), 406-426. Smith, M. K. (2001, 2013). Chris Argyris: theories of action, double-loop learning and organizational learning. In The encyclopedia of informal education. Retrieved from [http://infed.org/mobi/chris-argyris-theories-of-action-double-loop-learning-and-organizational-learning/ Zeichner, K. & Noffke, S. (2001).
This gave her a lot of credit and lead her to be a professor at the University of Alexand... ... middle of paper ... ... Publishing Company. Britannica Biographies (2012, March 1). Hypatia. Retrieved from http://web.b.ebscohost.com/src/detail?vid=8&sid=1ddc579a-bb7c-4f44-9c23-3909459daf82%40sessionmgr115&hid=127&bdata=JnNpdGU9c3JjLWxpdmU%3d#db=ulh&AN=32413550 Dooley, B. (2009, April).