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Essay on Readers and Writers Benefit From Teachers

Posted on April 24th, 2014 by essay

According to the principles and practices learned from the Module 2, teachers need to adopt a balanced approach in the process of teaching literacy as well as in the process of students’ skills assessment. First attainment target that will be discussed in the present paper is the aassessment of writing. It needs to be pointed out that writing has to be assessed in the cases and for different purposes. The teacher has to be able to apply various methods of writing assessment in order to estimate the knowledge and the skill of the students.  I would make the difference between formative and summative evaluation. Formative evaluation of writing means that I would pay attention to the in-process judgments about the […]

Essay on Students’ Rights and Teachers’ Responsibilities Scenario

Posted on April 17th, 2014 by essay

Your responsibilities as a teacher regarding random student locker searches without permission are to do it. According to laws, teachers have the right to search the student lockers if they think that there are good reasons for doing this. For instance, if a student told you that saw other student with a knife or drugs. If a teacher do nothing, he or she will be responsible for what that student does with that drugs or knife. However, the students also have their lawful rights. They have the right for reasonable privacy. Things they have in their lockers are private in relation to the administration and other students. But if there is suspicion of unlawful things or other objects, the administration […]

Essay Paper – Lies My Teacher Told Me

Posted on June 8th, 2012 by essay

The problem of history teaching grips attention of many people not only in the USA. An American sociologist James W. Loewen reveals a lot of drawbacks of educational system in the USA, analyzes causes and consequences of misleading history teaching. “Lies My Teacher Told Me” is a valuable book for several reasons. Having read this book I understood that American education fails to provide real knowledge about important historic event, such as World Wars. Most US students graduate from schools and colleges never having learnt what happened during the Vietnam War for example. Loewen’s book reveals gaps of US educational system. It is said that the majority of authors don’t even bother to mention Vietnam War, let alone analyze it […]

Violence in the media essay

Posted on April 20th, 2015 by essay

Controlling Communications That Teach or Demonstrate Violence: “The Movie Made Them Do It”. by Lillian R. BeVier Violence sells. Americans have what sometimes seems to be an insatiable appetite for it. Depictions and descriptions of violence saturate our culture. Songs urge us to rape women, kill police officers, and commit suicide. Movies portray–indeed they glorify–violence as an intrinsic element of every imaginable plot line. Despite substantial evidence that an individual’s repeated exposure to portrayals of violence is associated with significantly increased likelihood that the individual will commit aggressive acts against others, (1) no legal regime currently regulates such portrayals either on television, in music, in movies, or in video games. Neither Congress, the Federal Communications Commission, the Federal Trade Commission, […]

Year-Round SCHOOLING Essay Topic

Posted on April 20th, 2015 by essay

Seven Rules to YEAR-ROUND SCHOOLING by GARY A. KNOX Research and Dialogue Make Implementation Possible Readers of the daily newspaper weather pages know three things about Yuma, Ariz. Yuma stands last in the alphabetical listing of National Weather Service reporting stations. Yuma typically appears in the reddest portion of the national weather map. Yuma is often the nation’s hot spot. Our local newspaper headline on June 27, 1990 read: “Heat Wave Continues to Hammer Yuma.” What the headline did not say was: “Wow! 122 degrees!” As superintendent of an elementary school system in Yuma, I sat on a hot seat for other important reasons. I had to find ways to avoid overcrowded schools and improve student achievement. Moreover, I had […]