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  • Action Research Plan - 821 words
    Action Research Plan Do Rubrics Enhance and Improve Students Writing Products? Research: H. Andrade. (2000). Using Rubrics to promote thinking and learning. Educational Leadership. ASCD. Volume 57 NO. 5. February. Instructional rubrics help teachers teach and evaluate student work, and creating rubrics with the students help can be very instructive. Andrades article defines what a rubric is and supports why they are a good assessment tool. The article asserts why instructional rubrics support learning, how they provide students with necessary feedback, and how they help students develop their understanding. The article also provides support about how rubrics provide clear expectations for st ...
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  • Borrowed Ethics - 2,999 words
    ... God. Biblical response: Agree SA Public Schools 35.3%, Christian Schools 67.4% TA Public Schools 29.8%, Christian Schools 15.4% Total Public Schools 65.1%, Christian Schools 82.8%, Difference 17.7% Q89 Federal and state governments should provide price support programs to industries providing essential services (e.g.: agriculture, housing, and medical care). Biblical response: Disagree SD Public Schools 5.1%, Christian Schools 35.3% TD Public Schools 25.2%, Christian Schools 23.5% Total Public Schools 30.3%, Christian Schools 58.8%, Difference 28.5% Q96 A primary function of civil government is to enact educational and social programs designed to prevent over-population of its land. Bib ...
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  • Bush Vs Gore - 809 words
    Bush Vs. Gore Bush Vs. Gore My plans help real Americans at every stage of their lives. From birth through the retirement years, I have a plan to improve education, lower taxes, strengthen Social Security, and provide healthcare, said Bush. In the 2000 presidential election, George Bush and Al Gore will be running against each other and they have set many goals for our country, but Bushs goals seem more reliable. Bushs overall strategy for the stabilization of our nation will give our future the hope it needs. First, Bush plans to focus on education for all children. Reading plays a major role in all schools; therefore, he wants to promote reading and also donate five billion dollars to make ...
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  • Comparecontrast Gorebush - 875 words
    Compare/Contrast Gore/Bush The United States is in a very unusual situation right now as most people know. We still haven't come up with a president. The effects of the candidate we elect for our next president may change my life and may not. If Bush is elected, everything I believe and stand up for will stay the same. I really hope he will become the next president because he will ensure the protection of my rights. If Gore were elected as our next president, my life could seriously be effected. There are several issues that Gore supports that I am very much against. His beliefs on abortion and agriculture are a couple of issues I strongly disagree with, but the main one that I want to addr ...
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  • Dissatisfaction Of Employees With Shift Work Time - 701 words
    Dissatisfaction Of Employees With Shift Work Time Problem: Mr. Weslow, the personnel manager Omar's Fast Freight is seeking for a solution to the problem of dissatisfaction of the employees with the "shift" mode of working hours. He also intends to learn if workers are drinking on the job. This is a descriptive research intended to describe what is happening and to learn the reasons. It is also exploratory in that it seeks to diagnose a situation, screen alternatives and discover new ideas. Method Mr. Weslow chose the Survey method to collect primary data. Advantages The method chosen is: Quick as he intends to have the workers take the questionnaires home to fill them and turn them in the f ...
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  • Election Of 2000 - 1,171 words
    ... f staff, Rumsfeld made Cheney his deputy. When Rumsfeld left the White House to be defense secretary, Cheney moved up to become the youngest chief of staff ever, at age 34. He held the post for 14 months. After Ford left office, Cheney returned to Casper, Wyoming and ran for the state's single congressional seat. Despite his heart attack in the middle of the first campaign -- which he discussed with all of Wyoming's Republicans in a letter explaining why he would continue to campaign -- Cheney won decisively. He went on to win five more terms. In Congress, Cheney quickly rose within the GOP power chain. He was one of President Reagan's most ardent supporters, backing him up on defense is ...
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  • First Stand - 1,455 words
    First Stand Many issues plague the world today. Questions arrive about how people should live, who should control the most power, and many other questions that Americans have spent all their lives trying to answer. This isnt an essay where I try to answer all those questions, but how I stand on certain issues like war, wealth, social status, education and finally technology. All those issues get even larger where even more questions arise. Those 3 sections are Political, Social, and Economical. War covers many issues of wars being prevented and how wars should be dealt with. Wealth is all about people who earn the money and people who just inherit it while social status is all about how peop ...
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  • Free Will And Conscience - 1,612 words
    Free Will And Conscience "We must come to see that human progress never rolls in on wheels of inevitability." (King, p. 160) Robert Blatchford would argue differently about this statement, because he would say that progress is pre-determined. As he would say, progress will happen only if it is meant to happen. Are things in life such as progress inevitable or are they based upon decisions we make of our own free will? Do we as individuals possess free will, or are the events in our lives bound to happen? Are the events and actions of our lives pre-determined, or do we have the ability to change the course of events as we deem necessary? I believe that the decisions that we make for the futur ...
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  • Free Will, Conscience And Hard Determinism - 1,613 words
    Free Will, Conscience and Hard Determinism We must come to see that human progress never rolls in on wheels of inevitability. (King, p. 160) Robert Blatchford would argue differently about this statement, because he would say that progress is pre-determined. As he would say, progress will happen only if it is meant to happen. Are things in life such as progress inevitable or are they based upon decisions we make of our own free will? Do we as individuals possess free will, or are the events in our lives bound to happen? Are the events and actions of our lives pre-determined, or do we have the ability to change the course of events as we deem necessary? I believe that the decisions that we ma ...
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  • If The Foetus Is Not A Person, Does It Follow That Abortion Is Morally Neutral - 1,049 words
    If The Foetus Is Not A Person, Does It Follow That Abortion Is Morally Neutral? One reason the debate about abortion goes nowhere is that each side focuses on a different topic. We make no progress because we are not talking about the same thing. The pro-abortionist focuses on a woman's rights and life, and the anti-abortionist focuses on a foetus' rights, and protecting its life. There is actually much agreement between the opposing views. Most on both sides would agree that the life of a child is a precious thing that deserves full protection of the law. There might be nearly universal agreement that it is a woman's exclusive right to make decisions concerning her body. So where's the disa ...
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  • Megans Law - 1,903 words
    Megan's Law What is the best way to deal with people who prey on our children? Should we send them away forever or should we brand them sex offenders for the rest of their lives. Do the sex offenders have rights? The government feels that the best way to deal with this type of criminal is to brand them. Megan's Law or Registration of sex offender law was created so that people would be able to protect themselves and their children from such people. Sex offenders, supposedly, are chemically unbalanced and are unable to control themselves. Therefore, a high rates of recidivism. So in an effort to control them we have a registration program. But maybe we have gone too far. Do these monsters hav ...
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  • Once Upon A Time, There Was A Man Who Sacrificed For A Country By Going To A War Years Later, When The War Was Over, Luckily - 919 words
    Once upon a time, there was a man who sacrificed for a country by going to a war. Years later, when the war was over, luckily the man came home alive, but he wasnt mentally well. Time past. He started getting confused between his real life and the life during the war. Finally, he committed a murder, while thinking that he was still at war. Unfortunately, a government wants to put the man on the death row for the crime that he committed. Does this sound familiar to you? Yes, this tragedy story is not a fiction. It really took place in Oakland. The man was put on death row, and finished his life in a prison. After I heard this story, I started thinking, "Is this why we have a capital punishmen ...
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  • Predicting School Violence - 1,551 words
    Predicting School Violence This is an overview of the types of constructs which one might look at to determine if a student is in a high risk category for acting out in a violent manner, and the types of tests which would measure those constructs. We will look at some of these predictors, the constructs they attempt to measure, and how this might aid in predicting future behavior. There have been a lot of studies, interventions, programs, and models designed to reduce or predict violence among our youth. The strongest predictor being past violent behavior. Most of these studies have been linked to some type of deficiencies in the home environment and school environment. The overwhelming ques ...
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  • Proposition G - 611 words
    PROPOSITION G I strongly disagree with Proposition G. I believe that there are to many people with guns as it is. Putting more guns on the streets will only make the death toll in cities and the entire world in that matter higher and higher. Proposition G says that anyone over the age of 18 that has no criminal record and/or no mental history may legally carry a gun and make it known to people that they are caring a gun by wearing the gun in a holster that is outside the clothes instead of under clothes where it is not noticable. Just because a person does not have record of any past problems dealing with the authorities and has no past known mental history it does not mean it is not there. ...
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  • Refutation Imposing A Rescue Fee - 434 words
    Refutation - Imposing A Rescue Fee Bridget King Basic Comp. Refutation Essay January 11, 2000 Sending Out an S.O.S On January 2nd, while I was perusing the Providence Journal I stumbled upon the editorial page. On the page was an article titled Imposing a Rescue Fee which was written by an anonymous author. This person favored imposing a fee for people whom needed rescuing from life or death situations. While reading this article I became very upset. Although the author does have the right to his or her opinion there are several flaws presented. I strongly disagree with the idea of imposing a rescue fee. Imposing a rescue fee will damper many peoples adventure streaks. People will not want ...
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  • Refutation Of A Literary Review On Joyce Carol Oates Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been - 859 words
    Refutation Of A Literary Review On Joyce Carol Oate's Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been? Refutation Marie Mitchell Olesen Urbanski reflects on the parallels between a literary work and biblical suggestions in her essay Existential Allegory: Joyce Carol Oates Where Are You Going? Where Have You Been? (Studies in Short Fiction, 1978.) In her criticism, she compares the story of Connies passive submission to Arnold Friend with the seduction of Eve by the Devil in the biblical myth. She uses Oates descriptions of Arnold friend to prove that he is the devil and that Connie is an innocent victim. Urbanski does a convincing job of comparing the story of Connie and Arnold to the story of Eve ...
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  • Servqual - 213 words
    Servqual PS.1 What is the ServQual model ? PS.2 What are the advantages and disadvantages of the model? PS.3 In what situation can it be used? PS.4 What are the types of benchmarking? PS.5 What benchmarking phases did Camp define? PS.6 Explain the reactive customer driven quality model. BS.1 The SQ-model is a tool that measures quality along 5 service quality dimensions in a survey-format. It initially consisted of seven dimensions, later it was revised to five dimensions. Each of the dimensions have several statements, which have to be answered on a 7-point scale (strongly disagree=1 until strongly agree=7). The first dimension is the tangibles dimension. It contains statements on equipment ...
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  • Should Human Cloning Be Permitted - 996 words
    Should Human Cloning Be Permitted? Should Human Cloning Be Permitted? For years, part of the American public, and humans in general, have been fascinated with the possibility of creating human life by other than natural means. There are many that strongly disagree with the idea of human cloning. It certainly wasn't surprising when they were able to clone a sheep or a pig, and will not be surprising if someday scientists will be able to clone a human being. Should cloning for human benefits or even human cloning itself be allowed in society today? That is a question we must ask ourselves. On one side of the issue are those who believe that human cloning should be permitted. One thing that sho ...
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  • The Roots Of Affirmative Action Can Be Traced Back To The Passage Of The 1964 Civil Rights Act Where Legislation Redefined Pu - 1,735 words
    The roots of affirmative action can be traced back to the passage of the 1964 Civil Rights Act where legislation redefined public and private behavior. The act states that to discriminate in private is legal, but anything regarding business or public discrimination is illegal ("Affirmative" 13). There are two instances when opposing affirmative action might seem the wrong thing to do. Even these two cases don't justify the use of affirmative action. First is the nobility of the cause to help others. Second, affirmative action was a great starter for equality in the work place. The most promanite variable in deciding affirmative action as right or wrong, is whether or not society is going to ...
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  • William Bradford - 599 words
    William Bradford A. Background on the Author William Bradford was born in 1590. He was a very smart child, and taught himself how to several languages. He also studied the bible quite frequently. When he turned 18, he was in a separatist group and they broke away from the church. They went to Holland so they wouldn't be killed. He then was one of the members on the Mayflower heading to America. He made it there in December 1620. Bradford became the governor of the Massachusetts colony. He was there a very long time because he was re-elected thirty times. He then died in 1657. B. Authors Major Works and Awards The History of Plymouth Plantation C. Title and Genre of the Selection Read The his ...
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