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The Use of Relative Clauses in Speech

- The elicitation task used in this study successfully instigated the production of relative clauses in the two groups of children and adults. There was no significant difference between the two groups of children in the use of RCs, although there was between the adults and children. Therefore, the children may have been too old to show the effect of developmental acquisition in the age range 5 to 8. As previous researchers have found (Utzeri, 2007; Tomasello, 2000; Diessel 2004), SRCs were produced unproblematically by both groups of children and adults, although as hypothesised, the production of ORCs were consistently avoided by all groups, but surprisingly i...   [tags: Language]

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The Use of Exemption Clauses

- An exemption clause is a specific kind of clause employed in a contract to exclude or limit the liability for breach of contract. The clause may be employed to rely on, if it has been incorporated into the contract and, with reference to the interpretation, if it is extended to the breach in question; if both the previous matters are corroborated, the clause validity is tested under the Unfair Contract Terms Act 1977 and the Unfair Terms in Consumer Contracts Regulation 1999. In our specific scenario the following clause is mentioned: “Electric Motors Ltd limits its liability for any breach of the terms implied by ss....   [tags: contract, signature, breach]

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Exclusion Clauses in Contracts

- The exclusion clause is an important device for allocating the risks between the contractual parties. However, the exclusion clauses could mostly be found in written contracts, especially standard form of contracts. Standard form contracts with consumers are often contained in some printed ticket, or delivery note, or receipt, or similar document. In practice, it is very common that if a person wants the product, he may have no alternative but to accept the terms drawn up by the other party even though such terms are disadvantage to him, or he may simply accept it regardless the possible unfavorable position because he does not trouble to read a long list of terms and conditions....   [tags: Consumer, Terms, Conditions]

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Teaching Conditional Clauses

- Introduction It has been well documented that there are three main kinds of conditional sentence. The first one is the verb in the main clause is “will” or “shall” and the verb in the conditional clause is in the simple present tense. Secondly, in the main clause the verb is “should” or “would” and in the conditional clause the verb is in the simple past tense. Last but not the least, the verb in the principle clause is “should have” or “would have” while in the conditional clause is in the past perfect tense (Sinclair, 2011)....   [tags: grammar, student learning, teaching method]

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Case on First US Ammendment and Clauses

- The First Amendment of the United States Constitution includes the Establishment Clause and the Free Exercise Clause. These clauses instruct that legislature shall neither establish an official religion nor unnecessarily restrict the practice of any religion. U.S. Const. amend. I. The Supreme Court has adopted a standard of neutrality to satisfy the Establishment Clause stating: neither federal or state government can enact laws which aid one religion, aid all religions, or prefer one religion over another, and neither can force nor influence a person to profess a belief or disbelief in any religion....   [tags: Religion, Prayer]

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Supreme Court Cases on Separation of Church and State Clauses

- The United States of America was founded on the basis of religious freedom. Judgment on the legality of the Separation of Church and State should not be based on one’s religion. The phrase “Separation of church and state” sometimes known as the “wall of separation between church and state,” is a phrase used by Thomas Jefferson in understanding the two clauses of the First Amendment to the Constitution of the United States: the Establishment Clause and the Free Exercise Clause. The Establishment Clause is prohibits the government fro making any laws dealing with religion....   [tags: religious freedom, church]

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Blacklisting of Lexwiz on the Ground of Non-compliance with Qualifying Clauses

- RE: Blacklisting of Lexwiz on the ground of non-compliance with qualifying clauses Date: November 26, 2013 Questions Presented: 1. Can Mr. Shukla approach the supreme court of Jalladpur and challenge the blacklisting of Lexwiz for violation of Art. 14 . 2. Can he approach the High Court of Sardarpura for the same. Short Answer: There was violation of Article 14 within the meaning of principle of natural justice in the process of blacklisting as the client was neither served a notice nor given an opportunity to present his case before the board....   [tags: Legal Method]

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Arbitration Clauses and Litigation

- Arbitration Clauses and Litigation More and more companies are including arbitrational clauses in their contracts. Whether it is in an employee application or an online selling website, arbitrational clauses are becoming abundant. But do these clauses hold up in the legal system. In the recent Paypal Corporation case, the arbitration clause was not enforced due to miniscule details such as clicking a mouse. The overruling of these clauses is becoming the norm as people are beginning to realize what they have gotten themselves into....   [tags: Business Law Essays]

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Shareholder Agreements Mitigate the Majority vs Minority of Agency Problems

- Shareholder’s agreements are contractual documents that work as a complement to the constituent documents and that are usually kept secret. They include clauses which intend to level the rights between majority and minority shareholders, so that no single block (majority shareholders) can adopt decisions that would bind or undermine the other block (minority shareholders). These clauses are the rearrangement of voting rights, appointment rights or exit rights, for example. Shareholder agreements allow for the rearranging of voting rights so that in the case of a corporate decision to make fundamental changes such as in the structure, the bylaws or to merge the company, the power is fairly di...   [tags: clauses, incentive, representation]

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Binding Arbitration Clauses

- First off, I do not think that binding arbitration clauses should ever restrict the arbitration to only one group of people (ex. Home builders association). If there ever is a situation in which a binding arbitration clause is acceptable, there should at least be a choice of who the arbitration is and the choices should be neutral parties (ex. In the BP credit card bill stuffer, it gave the option of the American Arbitration Association, JAMS, and the National Arbitration Forum). I do not think that binding arbitration clauses should be includable in employment contracts....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Variance in Entity Formation and Exculpatory Clauses

- RESEARCH SECTION: The complicated business and legal environment in the global market that exists today requires careful analysis of all aspects of the potential business/investment. For a potential business owner, simply choosing which ownership entity requires both legal advice and tax advice to ensure you are not opening your company up to unnecessary liability or negative tax implications. The unique characteristics inherent with LLC's, corporations, partnerships and the like can drastically affect your flexibility and structure moving forward....   [tags: business, investment, management]

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The Role of Hardship Clauses in Controlling Liability by Contract

- The Role of Hardship Clauses in Controlling Liability by Contract Introduction The fundamental principle of the law of contract is that the parties to a contract must carry out their contractual obligations. The principle of hardship operates as a modification of the principle of pacta sunt servanda; it gives relief to a party where performance of a contractual obligation due to change of circumstances becomes extremely onerous. This essay will discuss the role of hardship clauses in controlling liability by contract....   [tags: Papers]

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Human Rights and the Savings Law Clauses of the Jamaican Constitution

- Though slavery was abolished in 1838, as a mark of continued colonial imperialism, the framers of the Jamaican Constitution (and other CCS) blindly preserved much of their colonial legacy when Jamaica gained independence on August 6th, 1962. Most notably, Jamaica retained the Westminster Style parliament (which dominates the CCR) and the Common Law legal system. Having mirrored their colonial masters, these constitutional documents of the CCR, were in no way autochthonous or the product of any sustained political discourse....   [tags: Jamaica, human rights]

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Mandatory Classes for Children of Divorce

- A 7-year-old little girl was watching cartoons in living with her little brother while their parents showered. Her 6-year-old brother walked into the kitchen and shortly after his sister heard him making peculiar sounds. After going to check on him she discovered that he had taken his own life by removing his belt and hanging him from the very same refrigerator they once grabbed snacks from. Rushing from the shower his mother and stepfather arrived to admit C.P.R but it was too late. After further research and investigation into why this child would go as far as to commit suicide, results from the parents, school officials and friends showed one thing that could have pushed him to this extre...   [tags: classes, counseling]

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Online Vs Traditional Classes

- Online Vs Traditional Classes In today’s Era, students now have the advantage of choosing to attend a College University or achieve their degree through college online courses. However, some major concerns associated with this major life decision, beginning with the difference in the learning styles. Even though most people would consider taking an online course because it’s flexible to your schedule and students would have additional time to complete the assignment that their giving, other than in traditional classes....   [tags: oline classes, traditional courses]

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The interactional nature of suspended clause constructions in Japanese

- In spoken Japanese, subordinate clauses often occur without their main clauses. Ohori (1995; 1997) called them suspended clause constructions (SCCs) and formulated that a SCC occurs when “the intended message is either contextually inferable or conventionalized.” However, it is not very clear when and how the conversational participants know whether the intended message is contextually inferable (or conventionalized) or not, since a SCC and a “non-suspended version” of subordinate clause are not totally distinct category....   [tags: Linguistics, Spoken Japanese]

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The Establishment Clause Of The U.s. Constitution

- The Establishment Clause of the U.S. Constitution was written in 1789 by a Congressman named Fisher Ames. It is basically the limitation placed upon the United States Congress, which prevents themselves from passing legislation respecting an establishment of religion. This particular clause prohibits the government from creating any laws “respecting an establishment of religion.” Not only does this clause prohibit the government itself from creating an actual religion, but it also bans the idea of the government favoring one religion as opposed to the other....   [tags: United States Constitution, United States]

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Why we Need More Art And Music Classes

- Napoleon Bonaparte once said "A picture is worth a thousand words." It means that the image can have a greater impact than any words said. Art and music can have that effect. Most people would agree with him, but others would say that art and music is waste of time. Due to budget cuts and art and music classes being a distraction, schools have decided to eliminate art and music classes. On the other hand, students enjoy these classes just as much as young adults do in college. Our school needs more music and art departments because the classes fascinate the students and keep them in school, there are opportunities for scholarships, and students who take an interest in music education frequen...   [tags: art, music education, school classes]

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Online Classes vs. Traditional Classes: My Opinion

- There are some students who find it easier to work in internet classrooms and some others that find it easier to stay with traditional classrooms. I think someone may choose internet classrooms if they have difficulty interacting with teachers and other students. Some people do not like being in the classroom because they do not feel at ease around certain people especially those who treat others with disrespect. It is hard for a student to concentrate and learn a lesson when they have that kind of pressure....   [tags: Online Classes, ]

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Anti-rape Legislation and the Commerce Clause

- The issue at stake is whether the rape of a female student by two male athletes (who have confessed to committing the crime) at the Virginia Polytechnical Institute in the year 2000 was a violation of a law passed via the Commerce Clause. A Federal law had been passed (43 U.S.C. 13981) which allowed victims of “gender motivated violence” (such as this student) to seek damages in a civil action through Federal court. The victim has since filed the civil action suit through a Federal Court using this law....   [tags: The Commerce Clause]

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Defense Against The Enforcement Of The Automatic Renewal Clause

- ... They wrote up a contract and the lessee did sign thus agreeing to the terms and conditions put forth by Sudson Laundry Services. Sudson can argue that it was a legitimate company that engages its business partners in legal contracts so as to have a legal agreement on what kind of relation they have and that was what they were aiming at when writing Letisha her contract. The signed contract was just a way for Sudson and Letisha to have a legal binding as to their business dealings and engagements together and by signing it Letisha was legally bound by all the clauses in that legal documents....   [tags: Contract, Contractual term, Lease, Contract law]

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Division of Social Classes through Language: George Bernard Shaw's "Pygmalion"

- An important lesson that has been learned throughout life and the beginning of time is to respect the individual’s content and not their image. It is shown throughout George Bernard Shaw’s play, Pygmalion, that different people can be brought together in the same circumstance, being a heavy rain shower in London, but distance themselves so effusively because of outer appearances. The situation between the nonintellectual flower-girl and the sophisticated Pickering, Higgins, and the Mother-daughter is drawn out over the judgment of her poor speech and her value as a person as she constantly defends herself against their prejudice....   [tags: Social Classes, classism, Language, George Bernard]

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Clash of Classes and Cultures in Educating Rita

- Clash of Classes and Cultures in Educating Rita To What Extent Would You Agree That Educating Rita Depicts a Clash of Classes and Cultures. 'Educating Rita' is a play by Willy Russell, a dramatist recently turned novelist. 'Educating Rita' contains only two characters, a young woman called Rita and a middle-aged man called Frank, although this may sound boring these characters are so interesting that anymore characters would ruin the ambiance of the play. In the early part of the play Rita, a hairdresser from north-west England, has started an Open University course with Frank, a university lecturer in his early fifties, in order to change herself....   [tags: Educating Rita Social Classes Cultural Essays]

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Analysis Of The Author Marquis R. Nave

- ... The three parts of a sentence are; phrases, dependent clauses, and independent clauses; combinations of these three is what results in the formation of the four simple sentence structures. All these parts of a sentence have their own instructions that direct their function. Dependent and independent clauses are the main players in sentence structure where phrases are not an essential part of sentence structure. A phrase may contain either a verb or a subject, but in order for it to qualify as a phrase, it cannot have both a subject and a verb in it, it always behaves as a component of speech....   [tags: Sentence, Dependent clause, Syntactic entities]

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Traditional Classes And Online Classes

- ... The only disadvantage is that students will be only interacting with limited classmates, and that produces boredom. In online classes on the other hand, students contacting their instructors are limited. In brief, group studying is strenuous; solving problems and doing projects is more diligent, they will need an online socializing chat and other tools. Likewise, interacting with other students in online classes is an advantage, because international students are mostly enrolled in these classes....   [tags: Education, Student, E-learning]

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Online Classes or Traditional Classes

- Teachers do not want to be the student to break regular classes, do they. Traditional classrooms are called traditional for a one good reason. We students are used to this way of teaching because of its effect on students. Now, there is a disagreement that online classes are a better way of education. There is better resources in a traditional classroom than in an online class. Traditional classrooms help students interact with the teacher and classmates more often. Class taken in classrooms are also use to schedules other than giving the responsibility to the students....   [tags: alternative education methods]

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Comparison of Online Classes to Traditional Classes

- When students are deciding on where to go to college at they have the option of choosing between online classes and the traditional classroom classes. Today some students are finding it much easier to maintain a job, family and start a college career all by taking online classes. Although some students still prefer to stick with the traditional classroom classes, they still have the option to take online classes. Both online and the traditional classes will provide the educational requirements needed to obtain a college degree and opportunities in the work field....   [tags: degree, teaching, material, time, education]

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Analysis of the First Amendment

- 1. In the First Amendment, the clause that states “Congress shall make no law respecting the establishment of religion” is based on the Establishment Clauses that is incorporated in the amendment. This clauses prohibits the government to establish a state religion and then enforce it on its citizens to believe it. Without this clause, the government can force participation in this chosen religion, and then punish anyone who does not obey to the faith chosen. This clause was in issue in a court case mentioned in Gaustad’s reading “Proclaim Liberty Throughout All the Land”....   [tags: clause, establishment of religion]

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War of the Classes

- It is obvious that Jane Austen illustrates different characters according to their class by the way they interact with other characters. Pride and Prejudice illustrates the wealth of certain classes and the battle for power of others. The conversations characters take part in emphasizes their motifs and their true nature. The characters within the gentry class take part in more constructive conversations since they are satisfied with their class allocation, whereas characters amongst the professional class tend to act pretentious since they are not fully satisfied with their class allocation....   [tags: Classic English Literature]

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Marbury v Madison: Judicial Review

- Marbury v. Madison, which established the power of judicial review for the Supreme Court, changed the course of American history. This power to review legislation that congress has passed and possibly deem it unconstitutional has had a profound impact on American society. This power provides a check on the Legislative branch, but it also lends itself to an important debate over when the Court can and should use this power. Should the court use this power to increase the power of the national government, something many call judicial activism....   [tags: Legislative Branch, Commerce Clause]

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Freedom of Religious Expression

- “ Freedom of religion does not equal freedom to take away the rights of other people” (Unknown). The free expressions of religion is protected by the first amendment. Proposed September 25, 1789 the framers protected their citizens against the government controlling their religious freedom. School administrators and students are at a figurative war with the meaning of this amendment. School officials have attempted to ban the use of religious banners at sporting events made by the students; the Establishment and Free Exercise Clause interfere with the school administration's responsibilities and student rights causing the freedom of religion to be used in the wrong way....   [tags: first amendment, establishment clause]

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Interview Essay - Peter Clauss

- Interview Essay - Peter Clauss Peter Clauss was born March 21, 1935, in what was then, East Germany. Growing up he worked in hotel restaurants; this was where he learned his trade. Instead of attending the regular school system he learned the skills that he would need later on in life in the restaurant. Today Peter enjoys attending the opera, theater, concerts and plays. It is these places where he finds most of his happiness in life. What is your definition of happiness. "Not to have any worries or as few worries as possible." Has your definition changed over the years....   [tags: Interview Essays]

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Art Classes in Schools: To be, or not to be?

- Most people would agree that music and art programs in schools have a huge impact on students not only academically, but in just about every aspect of their lives. Studies have shown that students who are involved in music and art programs have an overall higher IQ and show signs of many other academic benefits. Participating in such programs also allow students the opportunity to express themselves artistically and show the world their perhaps otherwise hidden potential. We all know how fun it can be to show the world your unexpected abilities, and what better way to show those off than the place where we spend most of our day-to-day lives....   [tags: Education]

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The Article ' Classes Without Walls '

- ... Another reason that distance learning is a good choice for people is because it works with flexible time periods and do work at a pace that works well with one 's schedule. A negative reason for going to distance learning could be that one could feel as if they are isolated and not really communicating with much with your teachers and peers unless needed to. I believe that distance learning could be a negative my experience for me because I feel that technology can be one of the biggest distractions because every moment you 're on it, one could be switching tabs or even on a different website and forget that you started homework....   [tags: Education, Distance education, Debut albums]

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Marx and Engels on Social Classes

- The changes which arose by way of the Industrial Revolution had a significant and long-term impact on the economy, the political arena, and society. Because of all the negative changes caused by industrialization and urbanization the Europeans wanted and needed answers on how to deal with these changes. Society was now divided into different classes the upper-middle class (wealthy) and the lower class (working), “Although reform organizations grew rapidly in the 1830s and 1840s, many Europeans found them insufficient to answer the questions raised by industrialization and urbanization” (Hunt 703)....   [tags: Economy, Working Class]

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Inclusion Classes For Children With Disabilities

- Casey Boston Ann Herman English III 2014 December 15 Inclusion Classes Inclusion classes are very important to the school system. Inclusion classes allow children with disabilities to get their education to the fullest extent. While children with disabilities are in inclusion classes they can also be placed in standard classes to get them introduced to other kids. While no one really knows the true definition of inclusion, the definition is very clear. Inclusion classes help the school system by integrating regular students with disabled students....   [tags: Individuals with Disabilities Education Act]

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Social Classes and the Great Depression

- Social Classes and the Great Depression The Great Depression struck the United States in 1929, and devastated the country for 12 years (Potter). Filled with hardships and poverties, these 12 years seemed like a lifetime to most people, especially to the lower and middle class. American society during the 1930s was split into three main classes: Lower class, Middle class, and the Upper class. While the majority of the upper class continued to live lavishly, the lower class, consisting of mainly struggling laborers and almost all African Americans, definitely suffered the most....   [tags: segregation, economy, stocks]

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The Importantce of Students Attending Their Classes

- Introduction Educators agree that absenteeism plays an important factor in performance of students in school. Parents, school, the community, and policy makers should find ways to encourage pupils’ attendance. Much research is still needed as to why student absenteeism is an issue. As student attendance decreases, educational goals are affected, student performance decreases, and there is an impact on the overall community. There are many factors impacting a student’s education, including family life, community safety, and public health....   [tags: abenteeism, attendance, performance]

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Social Classes in the United States

- Many people in the United States like to think that our nation has no social classes that people are better off than the United States of the 20th century. People do not like to be informed about the social classes and when told about them they overlook the inequalities each class has. However, social class plays a major role in predicting social inequalities in areas such as work, education, and health. Even though many improvements have been done, that have benefited the population, people are still having disadvantages because of their social class....   [tags: Poverty, Health]

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Parenting Classes: Beneficial or Wasteful?

- Parenting Classes: Beneficial or Wasteful. Parenting is defined by two definitions. The first definition states that parenting is simply the rearing of children. But can “parenting” be put in such simple terms. Taking care of a child is an overwhelming task for parents both young and older, all of which face similar challenges when it comes to raising kids. Parents should have basic knowledge of how to take care of their children from their early steps to them growing older. Parenting classes offer just that....   [tags: Raising Children, Parents, Taking Care]

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Different Categories and Classes of Islands

- When we look at islands there are various categories and classes. There is a political category called small Islands Developing States or better known as SIDS. This paper will discuss how Small Island Developing States or better known as SIDS do not have agency with respect to climate change. Climate change is an extreme issue for the SIDS. It is important to acknowledge that apart from their lack of land, population and their weak economic situation they have to deal with the consequences of climate change....   [tags: developing states, small islands]

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Traditional Classrooms or Internet Classes

- School systems today are just not what they used to be. Students are not motived in a traditional classroom anymore. They act immature and sometimes become involved with bad crowds. How would you feel knowing that your child is in a classroom bored and not getting the education they need to exceed in life. The Internet has however come a long way in the past ten to twenty years. Now a student is able to take his or hers classes without the distraction that would come from a traditional classroom....   [tags: degree, diploma, guide, drugs]

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Teaching Curriculum of Science Classes

- Teaching students the theory of Evolution has been going on in classrooms for about a hundred years. The war between Evolution and Creationism has been going on for almost just as long (Bailey 63). Although Evolution is accepted by the majority of Americans, in recent years more people are beginning to accept the theory of Intelligent Design, a form of Creationism, due to a small number of scholars like Michael Behe and William Dembski who are trying to disprove the theory of Evolution, while also trying to prove Intelligent Design as a legitimate scientific theory (Bailey 64)....   [tags: Evolution, Intelligent Design]

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The Three Prestigious Honors Classes—

- Margaret Mead once quipped, “Always remember that you are absolutely unique. Just like everyone else.” Indeed, there is not much that differentiates me from my fellow pupils; I am honest, passionate, patient, and observant. However, it is not only through sheer personality traits that make me a model applicant for Honor classes—I possess unique intentions that differ from that of an ordinary student’s. By applying for all three Honor classes, I hope to recuperate my absent zeal towards History, establish a basis for my future career in medicine, and further enhance both my English abilities and immense reverence for writing....   [tags: education, english, history]

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The Ancient Greek Social Classes

- The social stratifications for both societies had a few similarities, but overall were very different. The social stratification in both societies was mostly determined by birth, similar to the caste system, with almost no social mobility. The ancient greeks had 4 social classes; the Athens, which were the highest class, they had all political power and were the wealthiest, to be part of this social class you would need to be born in Athens, because the rights for the class could only be inherited hereditarily....   [tags: athens, roman republic, social stratification]

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Fine Arts Classes Are Necessary

- Fine arts classes benefit students and schools alike. Fine arts are needed courses, not just as electives but as core classes that promote learning and creativity in the lives of students. There are three different styles of learning: auditory, visual, and kinesthetic. Fine art provides an avenue for all of these learning styles to be utilized during one class period; therefore, all students are able to understand and benefit from the curriculum. In a normal academic setting all types of learning may not be used, so a percentage of the classroom will not understand the lessons as well as it could have if it had arts incorporated into the class....   [tags: Persuasive Essay]

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The Procedure Of Selecting Classes

- The procedure of selecting classes is vital when it comes to college. Before enrolling in classes, students must critically think about their major requirements, university requirements, and any prerequisites they must complete. Students are held responsible for managing their time between classes and taking classes that will fulfill the requirements. As a student at San Jose State University, I am still struggling with picking classes because I would never put enough time to plan my schedule ahead of time....   [tags: Critical thinking, Thought, Reasoning]

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Three Major Classes of Fingerprints

- ... The types are the plain whorl, double loop whorl, accidental whorl, and central pocket loop whorl. The three major classes of fingerprints are important because they can help determine which suspect was at the crime scene. They can also help narrow down people and eventually lead to one. The three major classes of fingerprints include sub classes known as ridge patterns. A plain arch is the type of pattern where the ridges enter on one side of the finger, make a wave or a rise in the center and tend to flow out the opposite side of the finger....   [tags: arch, lopp, whorl, crime, scene]

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Mandatory Attendance in College Classes

- College is the time in a student’s life where they leave home to pursue their studies in the hopes of achieving the career of their dreams or at least something that would let them survive in society. The people who are usually being punished for not attending class are some of the smartest but laziest students. Although that is true, most of them are being thrown into a situation that they have never been in, therefore they need time to adjust. Some people are fast learners and do not need to attend class because it would be a waste of time to focus on one thing when it is not needed....   [tags: awkard, time, decide, adjust, learn]

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College Classes Expand the Mind

- After my early 9:00 a.m. Philosophy recitation I headed towards the elevators to head back down to the first floor. I slowly drug my sleep-deprived body to the 10A bus that took me to my dormitory hall up the hill. Once I finally arrived at my room, I sat down at my desk to start on my schoolwork that would surely take hours to complete. Looking into my pages of notes, I started to question myself on why I am doing all of this repetitive, seemingly unnecessary work. My homework consisted of Calculus problems that required me to find the derivative of extremely long functions, and I realized I am not benefiting anything from completing these tedious equations....   [tags: Personal Narrative, Personal Experience]

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Importance of Physical Education Classes

- A rising issue across America is child obesity. With physical education many youths can accomplish minimal activity requirements ,designated by the federal government, to counteract obesity. As a result, students’ health will not be jeopardized by obesity, heart problems and diabetes. Because of this, high schools should require their students to take physical education. Physical education benefits students in many ways including physical health, mental health, and social skills. Health benefits include: weight control, longevity, and a reduced chance of cardiovascular disease....   [tags: preventing child obesity]

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Psychology Classes On Course Schedules

- ... Enroll in this class and you will be further awed by your favorite award-winning actor. 3. Psychology of Food If you are interested in taking your understanding of food to a whole new level, this seminar course at the University of Pennsylvania will do much more than get your mouth watering. A wide range of disciplines are examined to decipher how each impacts and interprets the relationship humans have with food. Interesting topics discussed in the Psychology of Food course include: the foundation and development of food preferences in humans, the cultural evolution of cuisine, the modern food distribution system, body image, and obesity and eating disorders....   [tags: Psychology, Interpersonal relationship, Sociology]

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Dangerous Classes of New York

- ... The origin of juvenile delinquency in America is not a particularly vast or convoluted tale, but the history is in constant conversation with the events of The Wire and American current events. Yet, since its formal inception at the end of the nineteenth century, the measures for legitimate sanctions of juvenile delinquency have shifted. Where for a time sanctions delinquency relied solely upon a formal pronouncement from the juvenile court system, society has witnesses an increase in informal sanctions of delinquency which take place outside of the juvenile courts, as well as a dangerous rise in sanctions that result from false perceptions of juvenile delinquency....   [tags: undisciplined, delinquent youth]

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Education and Online Classes

- The days of walking ten miles, without shoes, and uphill in the snow to get an education are gone. Today students have the opportunity to attend school via the Internet through online classes. The option of taking online classes to earn an education has become ideal for those who work or need a way to fit education to their schedule. More students are opting to take this virtual route because of the flexibility for the time and place of attending classes. As a virtual college student, I cleared up a scheduling conflict by adding an online class....   [tags: Technology and Education, internet, e-learning]

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Classes In Nursing School

- If you're considering going to nursing school, you're probably wondering about the classes you have to take. The first thing to know is that your curriculum depends on what kind of academic program you choose to attend. Most students will pursue either an associate's degree (2 years) or a bachelor's degree (4 years). The associates degree leads to an ADN and is a two program, typically offered through a junior or community college. There are a few ADN programs that are 3 years, so you will have to check with the individual school that you are interested in attending....   [tags: education, programs, degree]

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Traditional Vs. Online Classes

- ... For example, a fellow classmate could ask a question that you are unaware of, your professor answers, now you have the answer as well. The interaction in a classroom allows students to have direct feedback. They are apt to receive justification easily whether it is concerning a chapter, notes, or an exam not only from their professor; but classmates as well. Time is always certain for students that are in a traditional classes. They can count on it beginning and ending at fixed time. In addition, rarely do professors cancel class....   [tags: Education, University, Student]

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Mandatory Sex Education Classes

- “Arizona is rated the fourth highest state for teen pregnancy for ages 15-19 years old. For every 1,000 girls 70 teens are pregnant. Also, Arizona is ranked 16th highest state for syphilis, as well as 11th highest state for chlamydia. In the state of Arizona, 406 people out of 100,000 have reported consuming an STD. The average national rate of STD cases reported for every 100,000 people is 348” (Innes). From the look of these statistics the state of Arizona has a problem with teen pregnancy and STD’s....   [tags: Sex Education, argumentative, persuasive]

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Language Differences Among Classes

- Language variation, whether across different regions or different social groups, is a complex topic with a plethora of factors worthy of investigation. As Figure A and Figure B show, there are some interesting patterns that develop as a result of such factors. The following analysis will consider ways in which a variety of issues can begin to explain the reasons for such correlation in the data. Specifically, ways in which methodological factors, linguistic prestige, and the notion of speech communities and ‘class’, all play a contributory role, will be considered....   [tags: Linguistics]

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Proposals on Social Classes

- As long as it has been in existence, society has always been fractured into social classes, the very rich and the very poor. I see within our society the chasm growing by the year. The proletariat, boxed into cramped houses, while the bourgeoisie reside in mansions that jut up towards the sky touching the clouds. The rich, who control mostly everything in todays age, capitalize on those less fortunate than themselves and bask in the ignorance of the lower class. It is painful for myself to see the common worker, the average person, being taken advantage of and not even knowing his rights against such things....   [tags: Argumenative, Anti-Marxist]

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Effectivity of Personalized Classes

- ... The leading chronic conditions that may progress to a cardiovascular heart disease includes hypercholesterolemia, hypertension, and diabetes mellitus. Multiple lifestyle risk factors have been linked with the development of cardiovascular diseases such as tobacco use, alcohol abuse, being obese or overweight, and unhealthy dietary prototype, including elevated sodium content in the diet (American Heart Association, 2012). More than sixty millions of Americans have to deal with elevated blood pressure and the pathophysiological changes that it can cause in their heart and blood vessels....   [tags: support groups, sodium content, experiment]

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Significance of The Free Exercise Clause

- The Free Exercise Clause of the First Amendment states “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof”. Meaning, Congress cannot forbid or ban the exercises or beliefs of any religion. However, the government can in fact interfere with religions practices. This means that the government cannot prohibit the beliefs of any religion, but can intervene in certain practices. The origins of the first Amendment date back to when the Constitution and Bill of rights were first being debated and written down....   [tags: First Amendment ]

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Stretching The Commerce Clause

- State of Florida, South Carolina, Nebraska, Texas, Utah, Louisiana, Alabama, Colorado, Pennsylvania, Washington, Idaho, South Dakota, Indiana, North Dakota, Mississippi, Arizona, Nevada, Georgia, Alaska, Ohio, Kansas, Wyoming, Wisconsin, Maine, Iowa, and the National Federation Of Independent Business, Et Al.. Now that I have your attention; do you know what all these states and NFIB have in common. They are involved in a lawsuit against the United States Department of Health and Human Services, Secretary of the United States Department of Health and Human Services, United States Department of the Treasury, Secretary of the United States Department of Treasury, United States Department of L...   [tags: Law]

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Single Gender Classes

- When girls are asked to express their feelings, or if they feel stressed they can share this information with their teachers and friends. They can also provide details and they will look you in the eye when they are explaining their problem. Boys find it very difficult to talk about their feelings and will not give details unless they are asked specific questions. Even then they will give very little information because they do not know how to communicate what their feelings are. Boys deal with moderate stress well and may actually do better because of it....   [tags: Education, Single Sex Classrooms]

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Seemingly Unneeded Classes: Forced For the Better

- One of the reasons for my dislike of high school is that I, like almost all other students, was required to take classes that were of no interest to me, whatsoever. Sure, there were classes that I partially enjoyed but that enjoyment quickly evaporated after a short while. At the time, I really wished I had the opportunity to “pick and choose” classes that I wanted to take. I thought it would all change when I started college. In ways it has. I am now able to choose classes I am most interested in, but I am also required to take elective and other classes that are unrelated to my major....   [tags: Education]

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Teaching Multilingual Classes

- ... • Commonalities of mispronunciation e.g. the problems with Arabic pronunciation of /p/ as /b/ will occur whether or not the learner is in a mono or multilingual group; as will the difficulties of French pronunciation of aspirate /h/. • Transfer from L1 (the superimposition of form and structure from L1 onto L2) is multiplied. Cook cites research by Lado (Cook, 1993 p11) detailing the addition of the /e/ sound before consonant clusters by Spanish learners. They do this because of their need to follow the syllable structure of Spanish....   [tags: teaching programs, expectations]

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Training Classes : Effect On Fitness Change

- ... Christensen, U., Schmidt, L., Budtz-Jørgensen, E., & Avlund, K. (2006). Group Cohesion and Social Support in Exercise Classes: Results From a Danish Intervention Study. Health Education & Behavior, 33(5), 677-689. doi:10.1177/1090198105277397 Christensen, Schmidt, Budtz-Jorgensen, and Avlund from the University of Copenhagen teamed up together to research if group exercise classes provided participates with social support that then motivated participants to exercise. Researches conducted 18 interviews comprised of 87 participants whom were involved in an intervention project....   [tags: Exercise, Physical exercise, Strength training]

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Arts Classes Should Be Mandatory for Schools.

- “Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once he grows up.” -Pablo Picasso. This quote is pretty straightforward. It says how all children are artists and how they grow older are not an artist anymore. A child’s drawing can tell so much about what they are thinking and feeling about their surroundings. They see things differently from adults and teens because when they are drawing or doing some sort of art they are not told that it is a “bad picture” or what ever they are doing is “not right.” They don’t have a limit upon their thoughts and ideas, but when they grow up, they do....   [tags: artistic and creative skills, non-linear ways]

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The Great Gatsby: Differences and Corruption of Classes

- The Great Gatsby: Differences and Corruption of Classes Money is essential for survival; it can bring happiness, despair, or corruption. It rules our daily lives, is preferred in large amounts, and separates us into different social classes. F. Scott Fitzgerald’s novel, The Great Gatsby, is a perfect example of this since the class structure within the novel, portrays how money or the need for it can cause corruption in all the different social classes. This is shown through the three distinct classes: old money represented by the Buchanan’s and their self-centered, racist nature, new money represented by Gatsby and his mysterious, illegal ways, and a class that can be called no money repr...   [tags: Classic American Literature]

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Postive Effects of Medieval Social Classes

- ... The mothers in these households were not obligated to work because the man of the house could financially support the whole family (“Middle Class”). Sometimes they had servants to help the women with household chores and duties like cooking, cleaning, and caring for the children. This class also included shipmen, cooks, and high-class merchants (Schwartz). Below the middle class was the trade class, which included merchants and craftsmen. Men involved with retail would travel great distances to achieve authority and power over certain trade routes (“Middle Ages: The Medieval Social Classes”)....   [tags: socially, economically, organization, protection]

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Mandatory Parenting Classes : The Impacts Of The Parenting

- Mandatory Parenting Classes: The Impacts of the Parenting America 's future is at risk. The FBI estimated that 1,163,146 violent crimes were committed in the US in 2013. (FBI Database) The Kim Foundation estimated that there is twenty-six percent of people in the US are suffering from mental illnesses. (Kim Foundation 2004) And another 21.6 million young adults are still living with their parents. (Wall Street Journal 2013) Alfred Adlerian has developed a method to identify what parenting style a parent is and then help that parent become an authoritative parent....   [tags: Parenting styles, Parenting, Mental disorder]

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Financial Literacy Classes For High School

- ... They receive a better understanding of what it is like having a great deal of responsibility, without the overwhelming of stress that comes with it since the class would be set in a classroom. According to the article written by Laura Langemo from Fox6 entitled “MPS Eighth-Graders Get a Lesson in Financial Literacy”, the Milwaukee Public School District Superintendent Gregory Thornton states, “We need [students] to be ready financially. We need them to be ready to step into the world and be able to actually navigate and manage money.” Students should feel confident after graduating that they will be capable of receiving such a great sense of responsibility....   [tags: High school, Education, Personal finance]

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The Separation of Classes in Society: Karl Marx

- The separation of classes in society is a struggle from the past, present, and furthermore the future. Disputes over the inequality of the classes in capitalism have been occurring over many centuries, and an adequate solution to solve the issue of separation of class has not been achieved. However, Karl Marx, the “most profound and acute critic of capitalism” (Wolff 126), not only thought of a possible solution, but also dug down to the root of the problem. According to Marx, alienation is undoubtedly at the core of this issue....   [tags: Definition, Class Separation]

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Benefits of Comprehensive Sex Education Classes

- There are classes for every subject you can imagine ranging from simple subjects to farfetched theories. However, some people refuse to recognize the need for one class and that is sexual health education. I absolutely believe sexual health education is needed to better the quality of life for students today. While these classes should not encourage teens to participate in sexual acts, they should be accurate and state only facts about sex. Currently, a nationwide national curriculum is nonexistent, but federal money is being used to fund abstinence only programs (Mackler)....   [tags: Sex Education Essays]

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The Impact Of Inclusion Classes On Students With Autism

- Jennifer Kurth from Northern Arizona University and Ann M. Mastergeorge from the University of California Davis wanted to understand the impact of inclusion classes on students with autism. These students typically have Individual Education Plans (IEP) that specifies the learning targets, exceptional children (EC) services, and any curriculum modifications or adjustments that allows the students to bridge the gap and are able to obtain the same education as their peers. In this article, they discuss how the goals were often primarily rote and procedural skills which can challenge their current teachers....   [tags: Individualized Education Program, Education]

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Education, Opportunity, And The Power Of Social Classes

- Education, Opportunity, and the Power of Social Classes Education is a requirement in the United States, every child goes to school and every child receives an education to a point, whether it be a high school diploma, a GED, or a PhD. We are all given opportunity for a free public education until we are 18 years old. So every child should have the same chances as each other of succeeding in life if we all are on the same start line. In the articles written by Jean Anyon, Jonathan Kozol, and Gregory Mantsios we can see that this is not true....   [tags: Social class, Working class, Sociology, Teacher]

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The French Revolution: A War of the Social Classes

- The French Revolution was basically a war of the social classes. The middle class believed that in order to gain equality they had to get rid of the privileges that were stopping the progress of their rise in society. To do this they had to gain power within the government and make changes, such as, improving the tax system, creating a fair system of production where profits went to the producer, improving the whole economic system of the government, and plus many more. The revolution was a fight for equality; it was not a rebellion against poverty....   [tags: French Revolution, social class, classism, ]

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Advanced Mathematics Classes As A Result Of Tracking

- African American students are less likely to take to take advanced mathematics classes as a result of tracking. Coincidently, according to research conducted at Boston College, family income was the best indicator of scores on standardized tests. If someone connects all the dots it becomes quite clear how our education system upholds racism. Once again, I will come back to the example of Chicago Schools. As stated earlier income level is usually the best indicator of how kids will score on standardized tests....   [tags: Racism, Race, Sociology, Education]

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Why Gym Classes Should Be Taught

- ... Physical activity helps students to settle down and actually pay attention in not only school, but at home as well. Teachers aren’t able to teach to the best of their ability if kids are struggling to sit in their chairs, not paying attention, or are simply distracted. Teachers can appreciate their students listening respectively and being attentive. Taking out gym classes will not only cease several advantages for students, but teaches as well. Speaking of teachers, my dad is currently a physical education teacher at Winterset High School....   [tags: Exercise, Obesity, Physical education]

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Cultural Studies On Race And Social Classes

- ... Stuart Hall explains hegemony persuaded other social classes to accept their view of society. The dominate group are people with power who have control over another person view, they are described as people who have are economic influenced over the subordinate group. I believed society has tried to overcome racial discrimination but people are quickly to criticize another person based on their racial traits. Examples of hegemony are African American and Hispanic is lazy, tall African American men play basketball and Asians are all smart....   [tags: Mass media, Sociology, News media, Journalism]

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Conflict Theory within the Social Classes

- The conflict theory is defined as the social collision between two different groups who are trying to accomplish the same task but have some sort of inequality within them. Examples of the conflict theory are demonstrated in popular television shows and movies and incorporated in the lifestyles of everyday people. The three examples that are going to be used are the children’s show “The Suite Life of Zack and Cody”, the common television series “Revenge”, and a popular YouTube video “Wealth Inequality in America”....   [tags: The Suite Life of Zack & Cody, Revenge]

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