Date of publication: 2017-08-23 17:38
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An-Ni Wang's beautiful, seamlessly designed resume is complemented by simple graphs that describe her skills, and it's dotted with periodic humor that shows she can do more than code. This resume showcases Wang's personality as much as her skill.
A few well placed exclamation points at the beginning and/or other sections of the letter add energy. Just be sure to use exclamation points sparingly in the overall letter. Having too many of them gives the impression of hype or insincerity.
A shocking statistic is a factual statistic that deals with your essay topic and is surprising to your reader. Often, it will be a statistic that most people don't know, and will make them think about your essay topic in a new way. Shocking statistics can be effective in persuasive essays when readers may not have thought about all aspects of one side of the argument. They can also be very effective in informative essays or essays with a lot of technical information.
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Beth O. tells her students to “pop a marshmallow in.” Right after she says the words, she puffs up her cheeks and taps them, and the kids do the same with their own cheeks (which stops them from talking.) She then makes eye contact with individual children as needed and taps one her puffed cheeks as a reminder. Elizabeth D. calls does something similar, but calls it “putting bubbles in your mouth” and says, “Remind students to have bubbles before you leave class and whenever needed! Works amazingly, and they are so cute when they do it!”
Teachers should use a variety of instructional strategies and these should be changed approximately every 65 to 75 minutes. For example, they could deliver information for 65 minutes via lecture. This strategy could be followed by small group work or cooperative learning for 75 minutes. Next, students could engage in individual seatwork or watch a video.
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The strategies were written specifically for Kelly s question, but Dr. B assures me that you can use them for almost any age. (How bout a 87 year-old manchild?)
5. Make the task or demand easier to accomplish successfully. Sometimes children misbehave because the task is too difficult or overwhelming. For example, it might be too much to expect a child to clean up all of their toys when we ask however, they may respond very well when we ask them to put one toy away at a time with some praise along the way (., Please put the red block in the box. Great job putting the block away. Put the green block in the box, etc.).