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    Promoting positive relationships is important towards a child’s fulfilment and towards how the child may develop. Positive relationships in a nursery are essential in helping to settle a child in and to benefit the child whilst they are in a new environment. Parent partnership links into this as it guides the child and benefits them in many different ways. This essay will be an in-depth case study on homelink books which will then be evaluated using parent partnership. For practitioners to plan effectively

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    Prison Nurseries

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    From the moment the prison system had to deal with pregnant inmates, the subject of prison nurseries became controversial and it remains as such to this day. Prison nurseries provide housing for inmates’ newborns and allow the inmates to co-reside with their infants for a limited amount of time, giving them the opportunity to be part of their development for at least the first months of their lives. Furthermore, these housing arrangements let them be their children’s primary caregiver (Byrne, Goshin

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    The space of the nursery in Peter and Wendy is an area of safety and control in the Darling children’s lives. When the children are inside of it their parents or their nurse, Nana can have the children under their domain. It is not until the children are left unguarded that they can leave with Peter and enter to a world of greater freedom and danger. Although they experience much greater freedom, the children submit to their parent’s wishes to keep them inside their realm. The nursery acts as a place

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    “When I punished him for a month ago by locking the nursery for even a few hours—the tantrum he threw!” (Bradbury). This line of the story explains the wanting of the family’s children back against technology. It also shows that the technology is winning because of the desire to keep playing in the nursery. “The Veldt” is a short story written by Ray Bradbury who was born on August 22, 1920 and passed away on June 5, 2012. He was very interested in the science fiction genre and Edgar Allan Poe (Kattelman)

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    the problem of who will be taking care of their children when they are working. These concerns may be overcome by improving childcare for working parents in Brunei such as providing adequate childcare centre for all working families, establishing a nursery in the workplace and setting up a specialised institution for prospective childcare workers. An adequate childcare centre would bring benefits to both parents as well as the children. Parents would be less worried when they are at work as the childcare

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    A Taste of American Pie

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    my room. I could hear the radio play scratchy ranchera tunes to which my mother always seemed to know the words. If I lay long enough in bed, my mother would walk in the room and try to wake me up, resorting to singing my name or an old Spanish nursery rhyme if all else failed. Ask me where home is, and I'll tell you just this. This is home. This is me. All I've ever known is Mexican culture. Both of my parents were born in Mexico, and I myself have never lived more than a few hours from

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    by oppression, is like the same darkness that overtakes its victim. Charlotte Perkins Gilman, in "The Yellow Wallpaper," recounts the story of a young mother who travels to a summer home to "rest" from her nervous condition. Her bedroom is an old nursery covered with ugly, yellow wallpaper. The more time she spends alone, the more she becomes obsessed with the wallpaper's patterns. She begins to imagine a woman behind bars in the paper. Finally, she loses her sanity and believes that she is the woman

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    Virginia Woolf's Use of Moments of Being

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    much attention is her use of "moments of being." She first mentions moments of being in her essay, "A Sketch of the Past," which was to be the beginning of her memoirs. She begins with one of her earliest memories: a night in the nursery at St. Ives. She vividly recalls the way the blinds fluttered in the wind, the light coming through the window and the sound of the sea. She had a feeling of "lying in a grape and seeing through a film of semi-transparent yellow" (65).

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    Analyzing The Idiot Boy

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    character. Many of Wordsworth's poems seem to involve him either coming upon a person or place, or explicitly remembering doing so. Here, if this poem is a memory, it is not announced as such. The regular rhyme scheme -- A-B-C-C-B -- gives the poem a nursery-rhyme quality. In many places, the style seems to overpower the content: stanza 47 seems constructed solely to showcase the rhyme it contains: "Perhaps he's climbed into an oak / Where he will stay till he is dead" (ll. 233-234) is not really a worrisome

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    played pretend teacher. The reasons that I decided to enter the teaching profession were very simple indeed. I have never known a day throughout my life thus far that I did not have a love for children. Throughout my youth I was involved in my church nursery, Sunday school, and vacation bible school. I have always tried to involve myself in anything that revolved around children. As my youth progressed into adolescence my love for children only grew. Today as study towards my degree I only grow anxious

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