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    Compare and contrast the primary education system in England/the UK with that of ONE country of your choice. Educational system can be said to be effective, from my point of view: it can be very effective to be in place. The structure, quality, subject taught, funding and etc. are all part of the system for bringing an individual closer to perfection. It is proven to be effective as the system of education is being reviewed from time to time by the governing body. “Is what we do as individual to

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    Educational system can be said to be effective, from my point of view: it can be very effective to be in place. The structure, quality, subject taught, funding and etc. are all part of the system to bringing an individual closer to perfection. It is proven to be effective as the system of education are been reviewed from time to time by the governing body. “Is what we do as individual to ourselves and what others do for us that bring us closer to perfection for our nature” (Durkheim, 1956) . The

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    Adult Learner Retention

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    Adult Learner Retention Adult learner retention continues to hold the attention of adult educators in every type of program. Although the reasons students leave and the strategies for keeping them may differ from adult basic education (ABE) to higher education, the goal of retention is the same: to keep learners in programs until they achieve their goals (Tracy-Mumford et al. 1994). In any program, adults are largely voluntary participants, but the student role is just one of many roles and responsibilities

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    The Government has been following a balanced strategy toward educational development. It has expanded access to primary and secondary education and the enrolment ratio now stands at 117 percent for primary education and 45 percent for secondary. The Government has just begun implementing a nine-year basic education program, which extends basic education to junior secondary education (grades 7-9), as well as its programs to improve the quality of basic education. The Government recognizes the importance

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    Looking at Precious and her family from a Radical/Critical perspective one would understand the problems by defining the source as bigger than the clients themselves. Workers using the Radical/Critical theories would look at Precious’ problems as a result from a larger institutional failure. The fact that Precious’ mother Mary is still on welfare, unable to get out of the system, lying to the system, and abusing the system is one sign that there are institutional problems in Precious’ situation.

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    I like to think of my reading literacy journey as a relationship. This relationship has its ups and downs just like any other. At certain points in my life, I had a passion towards text and what it had to offer. At other points though, I despised anything that required me to read an extended length. This love/hate relationship was and is affected by many different variables. Being able to look back and self-reflect on my experiences, has brought forth numerous realizations. By examining the past

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    these issues freely are crucial to educators and adult learners in our society today due to the control of the education system. In both Mexico and the United States, one’s privilege allows them the position in society to address the “issue of educational opportunity” (Keane, 1994). Many times, in these types of societies it has been shown that privilege can overcome certain attributes and skills, such as intellect, to determine position and/or

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    Reading Strategies

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    Topic and Problem Topic Many students in middle school have difficulty comprehending material they read from the science textbook. The students are unfamiliar with the text features in the science textbook and do not know how to use them appropriately. The students also lack expository reading strategies to comprehend expository text. It is vital for students to be able to read and comprehend the science textbook independently to be successful throughout their academic career. Topic choice. I teach

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    Teacher

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    I want to be an elementary reading teacher. Being an elementary teacher is interesting to me because I love working with children and I want to better their educational careers. My job would be to prepare my students for the next grade level. For example, I would stay a little late after school and help my kids with what they need help on to succeed. I would make sure they are reading books their grade level or higher. Making sure they read more so their vocabulary can expand. Reassuring they understand

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    Reading is an amazing activity that can transport you to various worlds and eras. I can recall being asked many times to put down the book I was reading and pay attention to class or losing sleep to finish the next chapter. While it certainly helps to be able to pronounce and understand what you are reading, I believe that the most important thing a good reader needs is curiosity. It can be easy to lose yourself in a book you are curious about if can catch your attention. A lot of readers hear about

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