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  • A Basic Understanding of Diffusion and Osmosis

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    A Basic Understanding of Diffusion and Osmosis The purpose of this lab was to have a basic understanding about concepts diffusion and osmosis. In this lab we had dialysis tube as a cell membrane of cell, which lets small particles pass through it and we had test tube as tightly joined surface, which doesn’t let any particles pass through it. As a result we saw that small particles like glucose and iodine diffused through dialysis tube, but large particle like starch couldn’t diffuse dialysis

  • Understanding The Basic Principles of Voodoo

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    surrounding it would lead one to believe; through its practices, beliefs, and priests/priestesses, it has served many Africans through conflicted times, and has remained strong even after thousands of years of opposition and practice. To understand the basic principles of Voodoo, it seems necessary to understand the very word itself. The original spelling was “Vodun,” which is Louisiana’s derivative of the French word for spirit. The word has many other spellings, all of which were created to capture the

  • Understanding the Basics of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

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    currently suffering from OCD. Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder is an anxiety disorder in which people have unwanted diverse obsessions that are then followed by compulsions (Subramaniam, Soh, Vaingankar, Picco, & Chong, 2013). To get a better understanding of what this definition means, it is important to explain what obsessions and compulsions are. Obsessions can be repeated thoughts, images, sensations, or impulses that make a person feel completely out of control or in danger. Some main types

  • Rubric

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    Date ____________________________ Professional Presentation 21-25 Well-organized, smooth transitions, enthusiastic about subject matter 16-20 Organized with some transitions, showed some interest in subject matter 11-15 Some basic organization, lacked transition, little enthusiasm 10-Below Unorganized, lacked planning, no transitions, disinterest Use of Literature 21-25 Strong connection between literature and topic, significant perceptive explanation of literature. Gives students

  • Approaches to the Construction of Knowledge

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    progress, we use a series of different interactions between ourselves and the real world to gain important intelligence, which we define as empirical evidence as we use our five senses to obtain it. We utilize this evidence in order to create a sure understanding of the world we exist in, and thus knowledge. Knowledge has no end in the sense that we are constantly absorbing information through our everyday lives, surrounding environments and experiences. As this knowledge is stored in our minds, it must

  • The Beneifts of Customer Training and Computer Literacy

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    will improve computer literacy by educating end-users on department software and basic computer knowledge, improve the communication processes, and increase productivity, thus boosting user confidence and morale. As a Support Specialist, I have firsthand experience with the communication barrier between customers and IT Professionals. Many employees receive training in their field, but rarely do they possess basic computer knowledge to function outside of the department software. The lack of computer

  • Human Trafficking in Poland

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    Human Trafficking in Poland Article Source: (Washington University Global Studies Law Review; 2013, Vol. 12 Issue 4, p783-805, 23p) Author: (Dyk, Antonina Maria1) This particular article takes a dive into the troubles of human trafficking taking place in the country of Poland. It describes the hardships that both Polish and other ethnic races experienced due to the cruelness of human trafficking. The article goes in depth about the flaws in the Polish justice system and lack of prosecution of

  • findings and methods

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    the main methods this research will be conducted. Observation research will allow field notes to be developed which will give an understanding into the methods used by teachers to teach reading effectively in a primary school setting. It will also help me become a better teacher to primary school students on the topic of reading as I will have a deeper understanding. The reason for the selection of the methods is, they will allow validity and reliability for past arguments on how to teach reading

  • as\dsdsd

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    decisions. The Area of Interaction of this project is Community and Service as I provide a service to my readers, who will have a good understanding of this topic, and will be able to make sensible decisions for the future. My supervisor for the project is Mrs. Huneza Usman. The Goal (Criterion B) Through the Personal Project, I would like to have a comprehensive understanding on the concept of Investing. The personal connection I have with this topic is that a large part of my father’s work is investing

  • Reflection of Portfolio Project

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    • How do you feel you performed on the Portfolio Project in leveraging your knowledge and skills gained throughout this course? I feel that I showed more about my knowledge and skills gained when I took to the recommendation of my classmates on my introduction paragraph. During the Peer review, I was able to revise and submit my response. I felt more confident about what I was writing to express my points and why it was important to also refer to the “looking-glass” theory. It was important to me