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Tags: Micro-teaching discussions, personal journal entries, article critique
Hello Everyone, I hope you all had a wonderful week off last week and enjoyed the Thanksgiving Holiday. I am thrilled to see you all working in your small groups teaching your lessons from your Micro-Teaching Lesson Plans. By now you should have posted your lesson plan, a description about how you will teach your lesson to your peers, and also the actual teaching materials for your peers to learn about the lesson. Each lesson should take approximately 15-20 minutes, so please make sure you have enough information available for your peers, but not too much information. We all have a busy week these final weeks of our course, and we want to make sure everyone has time to participate in each lesson in their small group. I have noticed some files are available through file exchange and some are available through the discussion board, so please make sure you check both areas in the small group site. Please also remember that by the end of your discussion period you should have given your peers both a short program evaluation and a short assessment. These can be very brief, but please make sure you put in some sort of assessment for your peers and some sort of evaluation for your peers. You should probably post those by tomorrow morning at 8am to give your peers enough time to look at them. The sooner you can post them during the follow-up discussion period, the better. Thank you again for your hard work this final week of our discussion! I know it is one of our most interesting and challenging weeks, and it is wonderful to see the various ways you have chosen to teach your micro lessons for adults. As I mention previously, in the future you will be taking at least two more courses about adult education methods where you will become masters in the teaching of adults. So this week get your feet wet and have fun. In addition to our discussion this week, we do have Personal Journal Entry #9 due. It is posted and ready for you to submit anytime between now and 11:55pm on Saturday. After that, on Monday, we have two additional assignments due- the final two assignments for the semester. We have the last of our papers; the article critique, which I explained will be strictly scored for APA style and grammar, much like our initial paper- the Adult Education Positionality Paper was. So, please be very careful with APA style guidelines and with grammar and format in that Article Critique paper that is due by 11:55pm on Monday. Also, due on Monday is your Final Personal Journal Entry. It’s a reflection on the course. The questions will be ready for you on Saturday morning at 8am. So you can turn in that Personal Journal Entry any time after 8am on Saturday, and you can turn in your article critique anytime between now and 11:55pm on Monday. As always, please feel free to post any questions or concerns on the “Ask the Instructor” discussion board. I do have office hours tomorrow, which is Wednesday, from 8am-12pm. Please feel free to contact me via telephone or come in for a visit, if you have any questions or concerns about the course. Part of your Personal Journal Entry this week is to do a grade check. Please run a grade report or look in your grade book and check all the scores you have received in the course. I want to make sure everyone gets the correct grade in the course and that there are no surprises. So please add up your points in the course. Take a look at what score you are likely going to get and ask me any questions if you think an assignment has been scored incorrectly or unfairly. I am very open to talking to you about your scores in the course, so please don’t hesitate to contact me either tomorrow during office hours or via your Personal Journal Entry. I will have office hours next week as well, on Tuesday morning from 8-9am, and those will be my last office hours of the semester. Thank you again for all of your hard work this semester and for you wonderful discussions this week. I look forward to participating in the rest of your discussions which are open until Wednesday night at 10pm. Thanks everyone and have a nice week!
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A brief discussion for SCLY3 on media representation of ethnic minority groups
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Tags: Summer, Cherries, Clafoutis
A quick take on making this easy, and perfect, expression of summer at home. Recipe is at http://hortoinurbs.blogspot.com/2013/08/clafoutis-french-dessert-for-grown-ups.html
It should be recording now. No I read it so what I have to do is if he calls me and I decide to answer it I'll just have to tell him to wait or just call him back. It's not a big deal and there's nothing you can do with it anyways doesn't it. Yeah ___ can't use it. ___ to having a little hand held recorder and pronounce Cigar from ___ wanted to do that. I don't know if the hand held recorder that we have upstairs work. So I thought ___ like digital or something. There's a beep. What's that mean.
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Tags: second chances, second chance, forgiveness
I believe everyone needs a second chance there are many reasons why people needs and received second chances why does full work ups and down why it happened. You maybe someone who had to make some choices and decisions might have had some good outcome and maybe some outcomes that we're not so favorable then those decisions have to do with my friendship and form of religion or politics whatever happened I think I just want to immediately re think or maybe not sometimes it causes the person to ask what could I've done differently as we move through life we often think how we could change the outcome of a least some some people deserve a second chance when they have asked for forgiveness this means the person has thought about the wrong dealing quite a perception there's things of part
As he tries to depart for his 2-month journey on Tour de Flight, Dave's faithful border collie, Bear, makes his wishes known. The box contains Dae's 29-inch hardtail mountain bike and 20 pounds of camping and survival gear. (Sorry it's upside down, can't seem to fix it.)