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  • Pupil School

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    Pupil School The whole building seemed to moan in pain as the merciless wind battered it's crumbling walls. The Hayes boarding school had just called lights out. Mr Branston, the head teacher, doddered down the corridor at a snails pace rattling his cane across every radiator he walked past in an attempt to intimidate the students. He was making sure the dormitories were locked down and secure, but he was too drunk to check any locks properly. So he stumbled blindly back to his office

  • Management of Pupil Behaviour

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    Management of Pupil Behaviour In this report I intend to focus on the different strategies of quieting down and calming the class. Managing the behaviour of the classroom has always been a problem for the class teacher. When given the responsibility of 30 children, all individual, all different, it is a hard task to try and also keep your class peaceful and co-operative. The Elton report stated that ‘Primary schools had to deal with many incidents of minor disruptive behaviour e.g. shouting

  • Pupils' Effect on Humans' Attractiveness

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    Pupils' Effect on Humans' Attractiveness Abstract -------- In order to investigate whether our pupils affect how attractive we are, an experimental technique was used, variables were manipulated and data recorded. The aim of this study was to investigate how the size of our pupils affect how attractive we are perceived to be. The method involved fifty participants who looked at two pictures and rated their attractiveness. It was hypothesised the pictures of people with dilated

  • The Relationship Between Height and Weight for the Pupils in a Secondary School

    1885 Words  | 8 Pages

    The Relationship Between Height and Weight for the Pupils in a Secondary School Introduction ============ For this investigation, I am going to use data on secondary school pupils to find the distribution of the data and also to look for any meaningful relationships between the heights and weights of the students. When I was looking at the various things that I could study, one of the factors that I looked at was data collection. The amount of data was large, spanning across

  • The Theme in Stephen King's Apt Pupil

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    Many of Stephen King’s writings explore the theme of evil, and Apt Pupil is no exception. He has incorporated his ideas of malevolence into the characters of Todd Bowden and Kurt Dussander. The beginning of the novella delves into the dark thoughts of a young boy whose encounter with Dussander encourages the growth of his dark side. From stories of Patin to killing animals, the potential for evil can be seen in the eyes of the two and leads them to the ultimate evil: murder. It all began when

  • When identifying the learning support of dyslexic pupils, the same

    430 Words  | 2 Pages

    When identifying the learning support of dyslexic pupils, the same underlying principle of careful assessment of skills an “ When identifying the learning support of dyslexic pupils, the same underlying principle of careful assessment of skills and strategies should apply to literacy and numeracy. Discuss the implications for classroom practice. In this essay I will be discussing the importance of careful assessment in the management of dyslexia with particular reference to literacy and

  • The Ability of School Pupils to Determine Length vs. the Size of an Angle

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    The Ability of School Pupils to Determine Length vs. the Size of an Angle My first hypothesis is that school pupils can estimate the length of a line, in millimeters, better than the size of an angle, in degrees. Plan for collecting data To see if my hypothesis is true I am going to have to support it with data. The first aspect I had to consider was whether to collect primary or secondary data. I decided to collect them both, as then I will have a variety of data to compare. Then mainly

  • Apt Pupil, Daily Show, Perfect Storm, and How to Make an American Quilt

    655 Words  | 3 Pages

    Apt Pupil, Daily Show, Perfect Storm, and How to Make an American Quilt - How Will These Help My Writing? Apt Pupil Psychological thriller Lack of a conclusion Not enough character development Plot didn't develop Daily Show Appeals to a specific audience Comedy and satire of the news and current events Sensationalism Perfect Storm Use of imagery Believable dialogue Suspenseful situations Believable reactions How to Make an American Quilt Complete characterization Plots

  • Examine the role of processes in schools in producing different educational achievement among pupils from different social groups.

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    Examine the role of processes in schools in producing different educational achievement among pupils from different social groups. Differential educational achievement is unquestionable affected by different social groups however this is not the only factor that affects the educational success of students. Members of working class place a lower value on education, they place less emphasis on formal education as a means to personal achievement, and they see less value in continuing school beyond

  • Apt Pupil

    1082 Words  | 5 Pages

    In the novella, Apt Pupil by Stephen King, the author illustrates and explains to us what his concept of evil is by showing us the ways society only see's and accepts the superficial aspects of people, like Todd the "All-American kid" (111) who is acceptable in every way and although Todd seems like the American ideal that most people view as what America should be like, society and people ignore or pretend that a person perfect like Todd or a man like Dussander who "exuded a certain courtly charm

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