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    In this essay I will discuss the relevance of socio-cultural context in the novel; I will discuss various topics, such as: slavery, colonialism (politics) and the author’s nationality. I have chosen these three main topics because they are the most relevant and debated ones,, especially slavery (it was argued if the text was racist). Firstly, I will talk about slavery because of the way Joseph Conrad describes the African slaves (the black people), for example: “Near the same tree two more bundles

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    The concept families in the global perspective was a concept that I have never heard of but knew that family is something that is important to people. They are usually made up of a mother and a father and their children. When reading in Chapter 11 I was surprised as to how much the perspective on the family has changed. Though I knew it changed I did not realize how much. The book states, “Today’s families include many types of living arrangement and relationships, including single-parent households

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    Second hand smoke Second hand smoke is a different combination of air and the smoke that comes from the cigarette and the smoke breathed out by a smoker. This happens when a non-smoker is around someone smoking, therefore, breathing in secondhand smoke. According to the various research which were done by W H O, second hand smoke have been proofed to contain more than 7000 harmful chemical and 250 of these chemicals are known to be harmful to one’s health. Diagnostic Test Used To Asses Lung Functions

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    Reflective Reflection

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    For my first placement I used the majority of my mentor teachers lesson plans, so for the most part, that is how I determined the alignment of assessments with the objectives, learning targets, and essential questions. When I created my own unit plan, I determined the objectives, learning targets and essential questions by looking at examples. I always say, “Why reinvent the wheel?” There are millions of resources to use, so typically I utilize a resource from the Internet to go by. For my unit plan

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    A thumping heart, clammy palms and a preoccupied mind altogether inhabit my body whenever I am faced with a writing task. I become restless and overwhelmed with anxiety till the day I receive my paper’s evaluation. However, during this fall semester of ENC1101 I have learned numerous techniques and strategies to help cope with my stress to effectively complete my writing assignments; I challenged my self-doubt and reached goals I once thought were unattainable. Thus, now that I have a greater knowledge

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    Reading several articles and looking at some YouTube videos related to reflective thinking, makes me think back when I first started teaching. Let me explain why: When I started my teaching career back in the late 1980s, I spent the first couple of years teaching very traditional 6th, 7th, and 8th grade mathematics. I really felt there should be a better way of providing instruction for my students. Then came along an innovative Hands on, Cooperative grouping approach to teaching math. the program

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    Reflective processes help us to see the world in alternative ways by enabling us to focus on different aspects of our experiences. Reflective processes are the stages of thoughtful activity that we need to go through when we consciously decide to explore an experience or to reflect upon it. There are many ways in which we can reflect upon something, but before we look at one or two formal structures, we need to look at the basic ideas behind using a structure for reflection. There are basically

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    An active persistent and careful consideration of any belief or supposed form of knowledge in the light of the grounds that support it and the further conclusion to which it tends. Dewey worked as an educationalist and developed his concept of reflective practice and reflection through experiential learning theories. He concluded in his work that the experience the individual lives through can be described as a dynamic continuum - and that each experience influences the quality of future experiences

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    “The strengths-based view suggests that individuals can derive purpose in their lives by helping to establish a self awareness of their singular strengths, which can bring about a greater sense of identity and self-confidence” (Tomkovick & Swanson, 2014, p. 198). After completing the StrengthsFinder assessment, the top three strengths that preponderates are learner, achiever and focus. According Rath (2007), a learner is more excited and energized about the process of learning than the content or

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    Reflective practice What is reflective practice? Reflective practice is the process of taking a step away from the work environment and thinking about your practice, consciously analysing the decisions you make during your practice and drawing on theory, relate it to what you do in practice (The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy, 2016). With analysis and evaluation, you can mull over your existing knowledge whilst also helping to create new ideas and gain further knowledge, as a result, you may

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