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    At the beginning of the term I was faced with the challenge of earning 12 credit hours in my Psychology concentration, while at the same time fulfilling my Liberal Studies literature criteria. I feel I met my goals through the broad, yet focused range of sources I read, total pages written and final project. As one of the options given in the syllabus, I chose to keep an online study journal instead of the reflection letters http://studyjournalfall2013.wordpress.com/. After study exploration week

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    Reflective Diary

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    I am writing this essay in-order to reflect upon the experiences, that I have experienced during the 7 months that I have been studying the Work based live case study module (2509) and how these experiences have impacted upon my approach towards my communication, team working, problem solving skills and other factors which were endemic within the module. After completing the first year module New enterprise journey, which is the module prior to Work based live case study. I expected the work based

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    The classic tragedy, as defined by Aristotle, has six major parts. These parts include a plot, characters, theme, melody, spectacle, and language. All stories, according to Aristotle must have a beginning, middle, and end, and must follow a logical sequence according to these six elements. The plot is the series of events, or sequence in which the action of the play occurs. Plot must follow a cause and effect relationship, which follows a logical pattern. Characters are the people in the play, who

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    Although I am not the best writer, I have come a long way and improved immensely from my first essay “Where is the Line Drawn?” at the beginning of the semester to my last essay “Differences” towards the end of the semester. If it was possible I would have loved to compare my very first essay from semester 1 to my last essay in semester 2 to show the extraordinary change and my writing journey. Throughout the entire 2nd semester I have acquired some new writing, reading and analytical skills. Some

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    Reflective Reflection

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    When in the field, I always try to take notes over the things that the teachers do. I write down ideas that I would like to incorporate into my own teaching, things that I have not seen before, and some things that I might find interesting. I talk to the teachers about some of the things I have written in my journal to see why or how they incorporated these strategies. After giving my lessons, I took notes on how students reacted to different aspects, what could be done better, and what not to do

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    Introduction: Setting the Stage I have been a teacher for 3 years now. My school is situated in a cosmopolitan area, rich in diversity and we admit students from various backgrounds, both economic, social and racial. Most of the students have English as their first language and have no much special academic needs, with academic performance being fairly spread across the racial divide. The dominant race among the students in the school is however the white, but the biracial and multiracial student

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    Reflective Reflection

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    This lesson is designed to review and reinforce a few important concepts about plants (e.g. Needs, parts, sequence of planting) and to also guide the students through applying a few scientific inquiry (e.g. Making observations, experimentation, discussion, reflection, reporting results etc.). The students have previously planted corn and bean seeds and today’s lesson has provided the students a chance to see the results of the planted corn and bean seeds. Additionally, seeds have been planted under

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    Reflective Summary

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    Our team worked well together from our first meeting until our last. We determined our roles on the team based on our interest first and then if we did not get our ideal role we picked what was left to chose from. My role was the social worker, which was my first choice. When I did the Parker Team Player Survey on myself the results came back that I was a collaborator. However, when my teammate Ann who was the Speech Therapist on the team did the survey on me, it came back that I was a contributor

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    Reflective Speech

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    Much of my elementary years, Mrs. Moore (per-school and kindergarten teacher)and I spent a lot of time together to improve my speech. Mrs. Moore had a lot to do my self-confidence to speak in public. She worked with me by projecting my voice by looking toward the back of the room and to speak to the whole audience. This tool and method has been very useful as I had lead worship and preaching services, and have spoken at numerous convention and seminar events. She was really good and topical of

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    Reflective Reflection

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    Alex is a very valued member of the team and has exceeded my expectations of a student. In particular, Alex has demonstrated a clear understanding of the core components of practice such as values and ethics, communication and interpersonal skills, and professionalism. Alex has shown a real commitment to weekly supervision by being both punctual and preparing an agenda. Alex has used this time wisely, to discuss any challenges and achievements of her week, and to also discuss her caseload. Supervision

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