Evidence Based Strategies Summary

Evidence-based methods and strategies should be used for interventions for students on an individual basis. Evidence-based strategies are instructional strategies, interventions or a teaching program that has consistently shown positive results when tested. Dailen requires explicit teaching across a variety of settings to learn skills. Dailen will often require supports in the home and in … Read more

Alice Munro Research Paper

Alice Munro, nee Alice Ann Laidlaw, was born on July 10, 1931 in Ontario, Canada. Born to a fox farmer father, Robert Eric Laidlaw, and a former schoolteacher mother, Anne Clarke Chamney Laidlaw. She left her family’s farm to study at the University of Western Ontario, where she majored in journalism and English. However, she … Read more

Process Summary: The Sleeve Gastrectomy

The sleeve gasteroctomy is a type of surgery that helps in weight loss. The surgery involves the removal of a large portion of the stomach. The reduction in the size of the stomach makes the individuals to minimize the amount of food they consume to reduce weight (Brethauer, Stacy, Schauer & Bruce 85). The weight-loss … Read more

Anarchy Vs Mass Movement

Anarchy, terrorism, mass movement, three words that often become associated, but often remain misunderstood. Voltairine de Cleyre states “Anarchism, to me, means not only the denial of authority, not only a new economy, but a revision of principles of morality. It means the development of the individual as well as the assertion of the individual. … Read more

Essay On Into The Wild

The idea of a spontaneous adventure can spark the interest of anyone. Jon Krakauer’s biography, Into the Wild, explores the life of Christopher McCandless, and his journey to the Alaskan Wilderness ultimately leading to his death. Into the Wild was written partially due to negative responses to an article written by Krakauer before the book … Read more

Three Types Of Determinism

Since the dawn of creation, human beings have been disciplined for wrong doing. But why do people get punished? Because we assume we only punish those who were reasonable enough to know what they did will follow with a punishment that no matter how hard they try to run or hide. Our modern-day court system … Read more

Bruce Tuckman’s Model

Marriot International and Starwood Merger Group Project We will use Bruce Tuckman’s model for team development as a filter/map for progression throughout the merger and acquisition. Tuckman’s model has four stages forming, storming, norming, and performing. The role of Human Resources during this merger are to identify and communicate the reasons behind the merger/acquisition; choose … Read more

True America Research Paper

Chris has been forced to live under his dad’s rule for his entire life. This caused Chris to resent any authority, which includes government laws. Undesired authority can spark the idea of being a rebel or cause someone to become disobedient. In America, you are allowed to express opinions and complaints. It is in America’s … Read more

Queen Guinevere: A Short Story

Mithian sniffed a couple of white roses with a contented smile. Their gentle scent soothed her mind and soul. She exhaled allowing Tension’s stranglehold to dissipate upon the warm late afternoon breeze. Granted she still worried about the enchanted nobles in the dungeon. She could almost smell Discontent’s toxic odor hanging over the castle. But … Read more

Personal Narrative: Hi, I Am

Hi, I’m Guthrie. In the early years of my life, I was stubborn and often didn’t listen to authority. Before I came to Fairhaven I went to Mt Rainier Elementary and got into trouble in class for a range of things like leaving my seat and not doing my worksheets, so I repeatedly got sent … Read more

RSPCA Advertisement Analysis

The Royalty Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA) is a charity founded on 1824 by Arthur Broome, William Wilberforce, and Richard Martin, in Strand, London, and United Kingdom. As of right now, the charity is operating in England and Wales which promotes animal welfare. By stating its ethos, pathos, and logos the … Read more

Why Should Hydraulic Fracturing Be Banned

Hydraulic fracturing is one of the most common methods of extracting natural gas from the earth. Many companies, such as Exxon Mobil, claim that it is safe and that there are no negative impacts because of hydraulic fracturing. However, many scientists and environmentalists think otherwise. There is scientific proof that hydraulic fracturing contaminates drinking water, … Read more

Alaska Salmon Research Paper

The salmon of Alaska have been here for millions of years and over those years five specific and distinct species have evolved and developed. Theses five species are Chinook, Chum, Coho, Pink and Sockeye salmon (Morrow, 2013). These salmon all have very different looks and different timetables of life. However, they all share the same … Read more

Edwards Syndrome

Edwards syndrome, also known as Trisomy 18, is a condition caused by a mistake in meiotic cell division resulting in an extra chromosome 18 in a developing baby (Source 1). This condition disrupts normal development, potentially fatally, even before birth (Source 1). Major characteristics of the disorder include a delay in growth, a low birth … Read more

Peacoat Descriptive Writing

The clouds coated the whole sky and created this cotton candy-like effect. The autumn air was crisp and there was a slight breeze from the north. Even though it was dull looking, the sky portrayed a calming tone. I always loved days like this. The wind pushed my long chestnut hair into my face and … Read more

Evolution Of The Bear Essay

Mankind has had an interesting relationship with bears for many years. The symbolic nature of the bear has changed from one meaning to another entirely. The effects of popular culture have ultimately shaped how bears have been perceived and what connotations are associated with them. Various articles, films, and other references from modern day provide … Read more

Yuma Case Study

when it comes to the development of yuma county there is may things that make it the city it is today but nothing like the creation and innovation that is the irrigation system put in place on the colorado river. Yuma or arizona city as it was known in the olden days was a small … Read more

Memory Den: A Narrative Fiction

Now I lay me down to sleep. Agent Marks was unconscious and handcuffed to a bed in the basement of the Memory Den. It would make for a good story if there had been a shouting match, some quick thinking, and a syringe of a sedative. But realy Allen took two steps after leaving the … Read more

Personal Narrative: My Ecstasy

It had been three days. Three days of pure bliss. Who knew marriage could be so good? Well I thought it would be amazing… but this is ecstasy. It is pitch black. We are only a stroll away from the beach house we have rented for the rest of our two weeks here in Hawaii. … Read more

Pros And Cons Of Human Genetic Therapy

Not everyone knows about some of the main scientific discussions that are happening around the world, one of them being the talk about human genome, and also the genetic modification of our DNA. This paper is focused mainly on the change of our DNA that can occur, within our bodies genetic code, and any mutation. … Read more

Homophobia In America

It was a radiant day in American history. America had finally legalized gay marriage in all fifty states. A brilliant flame among a history shrouded in darkness. After years of campaigning, fighting and strife, the American LGBT community could finally look forward to a superb future. Despite there being a flame, there is also still … Read more

Worship Wars Summary

The book ‘Worship Wars – What the Bible says about Worship Music’ gives a balanced look at an issue that many Christians are either far to the left, or far to the right in their stance. Dr. Bakss brings out many Biblical truths that exposes the lack of substance behind some principles of music being … Read more

Birth Order Personality

In comparison to all my friends families growing up my family is large. Most families had three children, maybe four maximum and we had six. In the birth order of my sibling I’m the second to youngest. Does that make me have the qualities associated with the youngest child, or am I just an awkward … Read more

The Five Main Beliefs In Hinduism

Hinduism has a many beliefs, and five of the main beliefs are Brahman, Deities, Dharma, Karma, and Samsara. On my mandala, I drew a muscle for Brahman because Brahman is the supreme power in the universe, and Brahman is the creator and destroyer of everything. Those facts relate to a muscle because a muscle is … Read more

Careless Themes

For the graph above there are multiple common themes. One of the common themes is carelessness. All the characters that I chose in installment all have carless as one of their trait. I think this is a reason I chose them because, in most occasions the characters act careless when they are helping others. In … Read more

Chinese American Culture

Overall the semester, we have been continuously talking about the cultural differences between Chinese and American, how they were being treated unequally when their first arrival, what kind of the discrimination law they have suffers, and how their next generation, the native-born view’s the previous generation. Nowadays, many of these about Chinese American experiences and … Read more

Fahrenheit 451 Death Analysis

Author of the popular book series A Song of Ice and Fire once said, “I try to make readers feel they’ve lived the events of the book. Just as you grieve if a friend is killed, you should grieve if a fictional character is killed. You should care. If somebody dies and you just got … Read more

Define Political Correctness

Political Correctness has become more prevalent in our modern society. It can be tough to know what to say and what not to say to someone without offending them. It is important because it can show a sign of respect for others, but if taken too far can over sensitize life. Political correctness can be … Read more

Constitutional Convention Reflective Report

I helped my students develop skills regarding critically evaluation different accounts of the historical debates of the constitutional convention by providing them with two sources on the matter, one primary source and one secondary source. The reason I did one primary and one secondary source is because now my students have knowledge on the subject … Read more

Raskolnikov And Raskolnikov

Rodion Romanovich Raskolnikov, the protagonist in Fyodor Dostoyevsky’s novel Crime and Punishment is a penniless Russian ex-student who undergoes a psychological breakdown which lead to him committing the murder of his landlord Alyona Ivanovna and her sister Lizaveta Ivanovna. In the novel the numbers two, four and eight represent Raskolnikov’s attempt to achieve redemption. While … Read more

Essay On Neurodevelopmental Disorder

A lot of neurodevelopmental disorders influence the individual’s behavior, which ultimately results in mental as well as economic difficulties for the patient, his/her families and the society alike. Intellectual disabilities, bipolar disorder, attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), autism and impairment of learning and the memory are most common forms of these disorders. The neurodevelopmental disorders are … Read more

Pros And Cons Of Being A Stuntwoman

As a stuntwoman, have you had issues with sexism? Yeah, not a major issue, but it’s an issue in certain circumstances. I’ve declined a few jobs and walked off a few jobs where things have been going on that I didn’t like. And men doubling women. It’s not good stuff and it’s just based on … Read more

Methylmercury In Zebrafish

Mercury is a naturally occurring heavy metal that can be transported through the atmosphere and transformed into a toxic, organic compound. Anthropogenic and natural determinants can lead to the bioaccumulation of methylmercury in the tissues of aquatic organism, leading to non-lethal affects. This chemical can also biomagnify in the tissue of organisms at higher trophic … Read more

The Pros And Cons Of Segregation

Society as a whole tends to seek out our nation’s smallest leaders to thrive in a world free from the poisons of inclination and separation, to go after their fantasies and feel that whatever they wish to fulfill in life is feasible. We aspire for them to feel adored, included, and never to encounter the … Read more

Female Prisoners

The jail arrangement of the twentieth century was exceptionally merciless to its inhabitants. Numerous where ineffectively administered to despite the fact that they were detainees of the law. Numerous cell mates turned out to be sick stricken due to such a variety of irresistible infections that were swarming the corridors of penitentiaries. There was a … Read more

Social Groups In A Bug’s Life

In A Bug’s Life in my perspective of social groups of primary, in-groups, and reference groups. I would have to say that the primary group would be the colony itself. In definition the primary group is a group characterized by intimate, long term, face-to-face association and cooperation. (Henslin, 2017) They all work together and all … Read more

Zachary David Efron: The Potato Man

Zachary David Alexander Efron, also known as Troy Bolton, or the love of my life. He has starred in numerous movies and countless tv shows. Anyone would be able to recognize his beautiful face and his unforgettable smile. His perfectly toned body really sets the mood for every movie that he takes his shirt off … Read more