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English

The scenarios presented below are similar to those that you will likely encounte

The scenarios presented below are similar to those that you will likely encounter as an early childhood educator. Put yourself in the shoes of the early childhood educator and apply your knowledge and skills to navigate through each scenario.
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Both Friedrich Froebel and Maria Montessori developed unique materials to support their methods of teaching children. These materials are still used in classrooms today. Imagine that you are an early childhood educator at a preschool where you teach a class of 3- to 5-year-olds.
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Part A: Develop an original age-appropriate activity for your preschool class using one of the following.
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• Froebel’s cube gift
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• Froebel’s parquetry gift
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• Lincoln Logs
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1. Describe the activity that you have developed.
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2. Identify at least two (2) skills that the activity would help develop.
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Part B: Develop an original age-appropriate activity for your preschool class promoting the same skill(s) as the activity above, but develop the activity based on the Montessori method.
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2. What are at least two key differences between the two activities you developed?
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Characteristics of developmentally appropriate practices can be observed in classrooms. Intentional teachers can utilize this knowledge in planning experiences specifically designed for children of various ages to enhance their development and learning.
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Below is a list of some of the characteristics that children display naturally. Imagine that you are teaching a kindergarten class of 5- to 6-year-olds. Develop two learning activities that you could use to further nurture the development of these capabilities. Each experience should integrate at least three of the characteristics listed below. Make sure to describe how each characteristic is incorporated into the activities.
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Lead ???Draw
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Create ???Raise questions
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Move ???Solve problems
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Create art ??Try again
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Make a plan ??Read and make books
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Initiate ??Choose wisely
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Speak ???Decide
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Imagine that you are an early childhood educator who teaches a first-grade class of 6- to 7-year-olds. Develop an activity designed to promote reading and/or writing skills. Provide a description of the activity.
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Explain how you would adapt this learning experience to be more appropriate for children with four of the following special needs.
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• Gifted
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• Intellectual disability
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• Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
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• Speech delayed
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• Hearing impairment
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• Visual impairment
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• Physical disability
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As an early childhood educator, imagine that you observe each of the situations below. Fill out the chart below, identifying the most likely cause, the most appropriate preventative guidance technique you, as the teacher, could use, the most appropriate solution that promotes positive self-concept and prosocial behaviors, and the reason why you selected each technique and solution.
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1. Mealtime Fight. At age 18 months, highly active Jake climbs out of his high chair long before his meal is finished. Exasperated, his teacher makes him sit at the table until he has eaten all of his food. Soon Jake’s behavior escalates into throwing his food on the floor.
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2. Temper Tantrum. Three-year-old Connor falls on the floor and kicks and hits his fists on the floor while he yells. The teacher and three other children are sitting at a table nearby working on puzzles. Connor continues this behavior and looks up every minute or so to see the teacher’s reaction.
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3. “Mommy, don’t go!” Four-year-old Angela screams “Mommy, don’t go!” when her mother brings her to the center each morning.
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4. Bully. Jenny, a first-grader, is large for her age. When she enters the after-school program each day, she goes around the room pushing the other children and taking toys away from them. No one wants to play with her because of the way she acts.
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Education

I need a research paper on the community around PS 23 The New Children’s School

I need a research paper on the community around PS 23 The New Children’s School in the Bronx NY 2151 Washington Ave. I have added explicit instructions and a template that you can follow.
Here are links that can help:
https://capitalplanning.nyc.gov/facility/bd56076b29e2895211e44d924d97f525#10/40.7411/-74.0047
https://data.census.gov/cedsci/all?q=educational%20attainment%20in%20zip%20code%2010457
https://communityprofiles.planning.nyc.gov/bronx/6#indicators
https://data.census.gov/cedsci/profile/ZCTA5_10457?g=860XX00US10457
http://maps.nyc.gov/doitt/nycitymap/
https://www.schools.nyc.gov/schools/X023
https://tools.nycenet.edu/snapshot/2021/10X023/EMS/
https://www1.nyc.gov/site/doh/data/data-publications/profiles.page
https://www1.nyc.gov/assets/doh/downloads/pdf/data/2018chp-bx6.pdf
https://a816-health.nyc.gov/hdi/profiles/
https://advance.lexis.com/search/index?crid=74da6cf0-db93-4062-bbae-d6c5f96ecdc6&pdpermalink=b1a2776b-36ad-4e97-a5d9-66b8ee98bf5c&pdmfid=1516831&pdisurlapi=true
https://popfactfinder.planning.nyc.gov/explorer/tracts/2039500?acsTopics=demo-sexAndAge%2Cdemo-mutuallyExclusiveRaceHispanicOrigin%2Cdemo-hispanicSubgroup%2Cdemo-asianSubgroup&censusTopics=populationDensity%2CsexAndAge%2CmutuallyExclusiveRaceHispanicOrigin%2ChousingOccupancy&compareTo=0&showCharts=true&showReliability=false&source=decennial-current

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Education

listen to the podcast (link below) and make a slide answering : What is the diff

listen to the podcast (link below) and make a slide answering :
What is the difference between Punishment & Consequences and are they effective?
You can make a chart with punishment vs consequences and then bullet points with whether are they effective or just summary or bullet points. message me with any questions. if you feel that another slide is needed, pls let me know. i will add one.
https://www.endoftheworldshow.org/blog/2018/11/7/the-practices-we-need-metoo-and-transformative-justice-part-2

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Law

Case analysis 3 Lawsuit Claims Dunkin’ Donuts Misleads About Blueber

Case analysis 3
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Lawsuit Claims Dunkin’ Donuts Misleads About Blueberries
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After a complaint was filed in federal court alleging that Dunkin’ Brands’ Dunkin’ Donuts’ steak sandwiches
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do not actually contain “steak,” a new suit makes similar charges about its blueberry bakery items. The
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plaintiff claims that the coffee chain’s various blueberry-named bakery products, including Glazed
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Blueberry doughnuts, Blueberry Butternut doughnuts, and Blueberry Crumb Cake doughnuts, contain
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imitation blueberries “that highly resemble actual blueberries due to their round shape and blue color.”
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have purchased them or would have paid significantly less for the products. They seek in excess of $5
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million to remedy the situation.
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While Dunkin’ Donuts lists blueberries as an ingredient in its blueberry muffins, none of its blueberry
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doughnuts list the fruit as an ingredient. The company’s various “blueberry” doughnut flavors appear to use a mix of non-fruit ingredients to simulate blueberries in the baked treats. The lawsuit charges that this
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The lawsuit contends that blueberries have health benefits that consumers would be willing to pay more
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for. It also notes that when buying a doughnut in-store, consumers see the blueberry doughnuts displayed
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alongside other products, including various doughnuts and muffins, that contain the fruit they are named
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2. Could you join the lawsuit if you are offended by the lack of actual blueberries in Dunkin’ Donuts’
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baked goods even if you have never bought a blueberry product from Dunkin’ Donuts? Why or why not?
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3. How do you think a judge would rule in this case? Why?
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United States v. Barrington, 648 F.3d 1178 (2011)
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Marcus Barrington, Christopher Jacquette, and Lawrence Secrease were undergraduate students at
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Florida A&M University (FAMU). They concocted a scheme to access FAMU’s Internet-based grading
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system. They went to the registrar’s office and secretly installed keylogger software on FAMU’s
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computers. The keylogger software recorded the keystrokes made by registrar employees as they signed
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into their computers, capturing their usernames and passwords. That data was automatically transmitted
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to various email accounts, including Barrington’s personal email address.
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With the usernames and passwords, Barrington and others, using their own computers and FAMU’s
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computers, accessed FAMU’s grading system and changed course grades for themselves and other
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students. Ultimately, the group made more than 650 unauthorized grade changes for at least 90 students.
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Eventually, a professor uncovered the scheme, and police and the FBI were notified.
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Barrington, Jacquette, and Secrease were indicted by a grand jury and charged with the federal crimes of
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fraud and identity theft. Jacquette and Secrease entered into a plea agreement and were each sentenced
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to 22 months in prison. Barrington went to trial and denied involvement in the scheme. Jacquette was a
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witness against Barrington at Barrington’s trial. Barrington was convicted on all counts and sentenced to
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English

During these very hectic learning filled weeks we started off exploring the publ

During these very hectic learning filled weeks we started off exploring the public policy cycle and then last week explored how a Bill becomes a law in Texas. Let us apply what we have studied to the real world of Texas Government! Please identify one recent Bill (that was either passed, vetoed or maybe unsuccessfully introduced in the Texas Legislature) that became law in Texas and describe its path in the Texas Legislature (Examples include the “Campus Carry Bill,” Bills that affect reproductive choice, school funding etc.). Your Essay is Due by December 6, Tuesday, 11:59 P.M. NO EXCEPTIONS!!! Make sure you turn your essay in PDF or word format. It should include a citation page (The number of pages you have to write will depend on which Legislation you choose. As an approximation you should have at least 4-5 pages, excluding the citation page) , 12 inch font and double spaced and should address the subheadings below. Make sure your Safe assign match score is no more than 50%.
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https://apps.texastribune.org/features/2019/texas-legislature-bills-to-watch/?_ga=2.233008030.1289485784.1560872144-930717816.1422897501
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https://libguides.southtexascollege.edu/writingandciting/
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https://rise.articulate.com/share/armxrZLo2oxUuklVcD8xJkEC4E2elz2r#/
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https://rise.articulate.com/share/PH6tWBaZyS2eITzkrI7tBiIG2gu3JTt4#/

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English

write a response to two out of three requirements below: APA Style • Requi

write a response to two out of three requirements below: APA Style
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Coates, T. (2014). The case for reparations. The Atlantic, 313(5), 1–64. https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2014/06/the-case-for-reparations/361631/
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•Reparations: How it Could Happen
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•https://soundcloud.com/user-352709534/reparations-how- it-could-happen
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Optional Reading: Ray, R., & Perry, A. (2020). Why we need reparations for Black Americans. The Brookings Institution https://www.brookings.edu/policy2020/bigideas/why-we-need-reparations-for-black-americans/
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Cultural Studies

Use the 3 PDF files given to answer the following questions; 1. What is a s

Use the 3 PDF files given to answer the following questions;
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2. Is social media a subjective or objective social problem and why? 20 points. Explain the difference between subjective and objective (10 points) and explain why you believe social media is one or the other (10 points)
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3. Explain how social media may or may not have contributed to the January 6 protesting/riot on Capital Hill in Washington D.C. (if you are unaware what happened do a google search and read up). (20 points)

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Philosophy

Answer the following using the pdf documents attached: – How do these two

Answer the following using the pdf documents attached:
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– How do these “isms” aim to address these exclusions?
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Mathematics

“We interrupt your regular programming to bring you a special report. This is Ca

“We interrupt your regular programming to bring you a special report. This is Carl Sterns, news anchor for Channel 1. Thirty minutes ago, the notorious crime syndicate Acute Perps struck again at the world-famous Wright Bank. Street reporter Stuart Olsen is live on the scene in Geo City. Let’s go to Stuart now to find out more about these breaking developments. Stuart, what can you tell us?”
“Well, Carl, at approximately 8:30 this morning, a trio of masked men overwhelmed security forces here at the Wright Bank in Geo City and robbed the bank of all its cash. This is the third robbery in as many days orchestrated by Acute Perps. According to police sources, the gang robs three locations in three days and then goes unseen for weeks before they strike again. Because this is their third robbery, officials expect the robbers will go underground for the next few weeks. However, the police need the help of Geo City citizens in the meantime.”
“This gang traditionally hits the three locations during each crime spree using the same pattern. Police are asking citizens to predict the next three locations Acute Perps will attack. They will use the information to stake out these locations in the coming weeks and bring Acute Perps to justice. Back to you, Carl.”
“Thanks, Stuart. It looks like the city has some important work to do!”
Step 1: Pick a Transformation
You have been asked by the police to find one of the three locations the Acute Perps gang is likely to hit in the coming weeks. Because the gang sticks to a triangular pattern, the locations could be a translation, reflection, or rotation of the original triangle. Choose one of the following scenarios to help locate the gang:
Obtuse Scalene Triangle Translation to prove SSS Congruence
Isosceles Right Triangle Reflection to prove ASA Congruence
Equilateral Equiangular Triangle Rotation to prove SAS Congruence
After you have selected the one transformation you will be completing, go to step 2 for detailed directions.
Step 2: Detailed Directions
First, construct a triangle as indicated by your choice in step 1 on a coordinate plane. For example, if you chose to use an obtuse scalene triangle translation to prove SSS Congruence, then you will construct an obtuse scalene triangle. Make sure to measure your triangle’s angles and sides. You can use the concept of distance and slope to ensure your triangle satisfies the criteria indicated by your choice. Write down the original coordinates of this triangle.
Next, identify and label three points on the coordinate plane that are the transformation of your original triangle. Make sure you use the transformation indicated within the scenario you selected. For example, if you chose to use an obtuse scalene triangle translation to prove SSS Congruence, then you complete a translation of your triangle. Remember, you only need to complete one transformation on your triangle. Write down these new coordinates for this second triangle.
If you chose Obtuse Scalene Triangle Translation to prove SSS Congruence, use the coordinates of your transformation along with the distance formula to show that the two triangles are congruent by the SSS postulate. You must show all work with the distance formula and each corresponding pair of sides to receive full credit.
If you chose Isosceles Right Triangle Reflection to prove ASA Congruence, use the coordinates of your reflection to show that the two triangles are congruent by the ASA postulate. You can use the distance formula to show congruency for the sides. To show an angle is congruent to a corresponding angle, you can use slope or your compass and straightedge. (Hint: Remember when you learned how to copy an angle?) You must show all work with the distance formula for the corresponding pair of sides, and your work for the corresponding angles to receive full credit.
If you chose Equilateral Equiangular Triangle Rotation to prove SAS Congruence, use the coordinates of your rotation to show that the two triangles are congruent by the SAS postulate. You can use the distance formula to show congruency for the sides. To show an angle is congruent to a corresponding angle, you can use slope or your compass and straightedge. (Hint: Remember when you learned how to copy an angle?) You must show all work with the distance formula for the corresponding pair of sides, and your work for the corresponding angles, to receive full credit.
You must submit the construction of the original triangle and your transformation. You may create this graph using graphing technology. You may also print and use graph paper.
Step 3: Questions
Provide an answer to the questions that match your selected scenario. Because you only completed one scenario, only one group of questions should be answered in complete sentences and submitted with your work.
Obtuse Scalene Triangle Translation to prove SSS Congruence
Describe the translation you performed on the original triangle. Use details and coordinates to explain how the figure was transformed, including the translation rule you applied to your triangle.
What other properties exist in your triangle? Discuss at least two theorems you learned about in this module that apply to your triangle. Make sure to show evidence by discussing your triangle’s measurements.
Did your triangle undergo rigid motion? Explain why.
Isosceles Right Triangle Reflection to prove ASA Congruence
Answer the following questions:
What line of reflection did you choose for your transformation?
How are you sure that each point was reflected across this line?
What reflection rule did you apply to your triangle?
What other properties exist in your triangle? Discuss at least two theorems you learned about in this module that apply to your triangle. Make sure to show evidence by discussing your triangle’s measurements.
Did your triangle undergo rigid motion? Explain why.
Equilateral Equiangular Triangle Rotation to prove SAS Congruence
Answer the following questions:
How many degrees did you rotate your triangle?
In which direction (clockwise, counterclockwise) did it move?
What rotation rule did you apply to your triangle?
What other properties exist in your triangle? Discuss at least two theorems you learned about in this module that apply to your triangle. Make sure to show evidence by discussing your triangle’s measurements.
Did your triangle undergo rigid motion? Explain why.
Step 4: What to Submit
Submit the following to your instructor using a word processing document or by copying and pasting into the assignment box. You may scan, save, or take a digital picture of your construction.
Your construction of your original triangle and your transformation
The three ordered pairs, with labels, of both the original and congruent triangles you created using your transformation (Make sure to indicate which scenario was chosen.)
All work for any corresponding sides using the distance formula, and clear labels
All work for any corresponding angles (shown by use of a compass and straightedge or the slope formula)
The answer to the questions that match your scenario
Note: Please submit the written portion of this assignment using a word processing document or by copying and pasting into the assignment box.

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Nursing

Week 7Please fill out the Med chart this is not an essay. Here are the list of m

Week 7Please fill out the Med chart this is not an essay. Here are the list of medications that need to be done. Med Worksheet list:
Drug therapy the supports hematopoiesis
• Erythropoietic growth factor – epoetin alpha (Epogen, Procrit) • Leukopoietic growth factor – filgrastim (Neupogen)
• Thrombopoietic growth factors – oprelvekin(Neumega)
Drug therapy for benign prostatic hypertrophy and outflow disorders • 5-alpha reductase inhibitor – finasteride (Propecia, Proscar)
• Alpha-adrenergic receptor antagonists – tamsulosin (Flomax)
Drug therapy for erectile dysfunction • PDE5 inhibitor – sildenafil (Viagra)