Ppt on interchange of sentences for kids

1 © Ken O’Connor, 2004 How to Grade for Learning Presented by Ken O’Connor Assess for Success Consulting 2005 - Version 2.0.

O’Connor, 2004 “Terms (are) frequently used interchangeably, although they (should) have distinct meanings.” McTighe, J., and Ferrara, S., “Assessing Learning in the Classroom”, Journal of Quality Learning, December 1995, 11 20 © Ken/sentences) that clearly describe what an A (or 4 or whatever symbol is top of your grading scale) means in your grading scheme. (The word or symbol for per cent MUST NOT appear in your description.) Adapted from the work of Scott Marion and Annette Bowling, Wyoming Department of/


All Photos Retrieved from Google Images U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, 11/09.

family and/or friends – Not seeing themselves as victims – Fear of legal consequences – Distrust of law enforcement – Treated as a criminal, not a victim The National Report on Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking: America’s Prostituted Children, May 2009 Why was this necessary? Recent Significant Cases in Missouri (2008 – 2011) ELLISVILLE MAN SENTENCED FOR RACKETEERING ENTERPRISE THAT ENGAGED IN FORCED LABOR (April 27, 2011) ELLISVILLE/


The Industrial Revolution

a sentence describing life before industrialization. Farming in the Middle Ages Villages feed themselves ( subsistence farming) One of three / one sixth of humanity Interchangeable Parts Interchangeable Parts – All parts are made to an exact standard so they may be interchanged. If one/ 5% (owned most of the country’s wealth) Middle classes, 15% (women worked at home raising kids) Lower classes, 80%/ Urban Living Conditions Average Age at Death for Different Classes CITY GENTRY TRADESPEOPLE LABORERS Rutland /


Rick Stiggins www.allthingsASSESSMENT.info It’s Time to Demand Productive Assessment for Our Students.

communication, performance assessment, observation) These methods are not interchangeable. You cannot use your favorite. Don’t begin/we found that a focus by teachers on assessment for learning, as opposed to assessment of learning, produced a substantial increase in students’ /Repeat and recite Learn “Big ideas” Write simple sentences What we should be doing: Use art and music/for our ELL learners. “We throw these kids on the expressway, they need to absorb the culture and language. This is difficult for/


Rhetoric Terms Patrick Singer & Vighnesh Suresh. Auxesis Definition: An artistic arrangement of a list of items so that they appear in a sequence of increasing.

is specific and “John is mortal” Syllepsis (səˈlepsis) Two terms are commonly used interchangeably to refer to a figure of speech in which the same word is applied to two others in different senses. I finally/for the deceased – Syn: lament, requiem, threnody – Ant: celebration, enjoyment, praise Enjambed Adjective – A sudden ending in a sentence or a clause that continues in the next sentence. Enumeratio Noun – A list of objects, people, or places in epic poetry Ellipsis Noun – The omission from speech of/


The Jeaning of America Unit 14 Text 1. Teaching Objectives  Practice using the past perfect tense, and differentiate it from the simple past;  Discuss.

for? Introduction Language work Today, there are tough double-kneed jeans for kids, acid-washed jeans for teens, designer jeans for the fashion set, and boot- cut jeans for/ the capacity for enduring after the death of another or after a particular time  The old John outlived all his friends.  Outlast often interchangeable without live,/ child was confined to bed. Word derivation  confinement  The prisoner was sentenced to three months solitary confinement, ie kept apart from other prisoners. lumberjack /


1/5/20161 Another School Year —What For? John Ciardi Lesson One.

college because the terms are so interchangeable. But you’ll rarely see anyone call a college a university because of that size distinction. Lesson 1 Another School Year—What For? BTLWE I. AuthorAuthor II. / mental and moral powers. Lesson 1 Another School Year—What For? B T L W E III. Sentence Paraphrase 4 “For the rest of your life,” I said, “your days are going to /kids your way; I’ll take care of my own. Me, I’m out to make money. Lesson 1 Another School Year—What For? B T L W E to be in the process of/


Rhetoric Terms. Auxesis Definition: An artistic arrangement of a list of items so that they appear in a sequence of increasing importance. Example:Its.

is specific and “John is mortal” Syllepsis (səˈlepsis) Two terms are commonly used interchangeably to refer to a figure of speech in which the same word is applied to two others in different senses. I finally/for the deceased – Syn: lament, requiem, threnody – Ant: celebration, enjoyment, praise Enjambed Adjective – A sudden ending in a sentence or a clause that continues in the next sentence. Enumeratio Noun – A list of objects, people, or places in epic poetry Ellipsis Noun – The omission from speech of/


9 Domains of Development

Sentences 30-49 Months 16 of 25 consonant sounds by 30 months Early Language Development 100-1000 words 36 Months Speaking in Sentences 30-49 Months See cat! Telegraphic means lacking connection words 11 of/ of Social Interchange /of Fairness: Damon In his studies of kids in the USA, Israel, Puerto Rico, and parts of Europe, Damon found that ideas of fairness develop through a sequence of levels: Under age 4, children simply state their desires and give no reason for their choice. Four and five year old kids/


P154 Felipe González Castro, M.S.W., Ph.D., Professor Department of Psychology and Southwest Interdisciplinary Research Center Arizona State University,

in a unified conceptualization of research evidence as numeric and text narrative formats. *Explicitly integrative design; emphasizes the linkage and interchange of qualitative and quantitative data / prompt a specific and “focused” response. *Can be framed in a sentence completion format: “How do you think about (conceptualize) acculturation as it /of himself first,” “Provides and protects the family.” “I try not to identify with the negative at all.” T788-.76“takes care of family,” “cares for his kids/


10/08/14 Session Freshman Composition. To Turn In Now Make a packet and staple together the the following: Final Draft of Descriptive Essay (on top) Your.

lot of people working for him, maybe sixty, and most of them liked him most of the time Disconnected from family due to focus on work (His kids / Approach to Organizations Machine metaphor – workers are “cogs of the machine and cogs are standardized and interchangeable” Priority – Get the Job Done at all costs / definition and description of poverty. (5 sentences) My personal experience with poverty is….. (complete sentence) I believe people who live in poverty are………(complete sentence) What is Poverty/


Sexuality and Culture Sexual identity and concept of desire is a social construct developed within context that includes history, social class, ethnic.

you can’t just treat people as people as if they were interchangeable. You can’t, a white man and a black man,/“Asked to describe the circumstances of first coitus, many girls blink and freeze, dropping predicates and leaving passive sentences dangling as if under a /also wish I would have known that waiting- for sex, or for anything in life for that matter!- always makes it better. People think/ of love. We have to stop making kids think that theyre abnormal/undesirable if theyre not having sex by the age of /


Positive Interventions and Effective Strategies for Classroom Management Laura A. Riffel, Ph.D.

from 45-72% (Allday & Pakurar, 2007). We stopped touching kids- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fXRZcJI9yx8 Use their name in / components that interrelate to produce a stable system through recurring interchange of resources Rule Number Two 2. Behavior is related to the/for 6% of the students who are really impacted in learning and behavior (for math purposes) www.huelight.net Learning Difficulties Take out a sheet of paper and a writing utensil Use your opposite (non-dominant hand) –Write the sentences/


Language The Premise of this lecture is that Language is what distinguishes humans from animals. All of us have it, none of them do. Is this just species-centrism,

Path Sentences –The horse raced past the barn fell. –The prime number few. Resolving Ambiguity Social agreement, context, intention Grice (1975): Maxims of Conversation  1.Quality: Tell the truth! (Avoid falsehoods *and* statements for which /-no vert C.creativity: (cont. of above?) (not one of Hocketts) D.interchangeability: any speaker can understand any message E.discreteness: small separable units of sound F.duality of patterning: small set of building blocks-->infinite words G.traditional transmission/


The Importance of Reading A Fourth Grade Presentation.

/kids/interchangeably. These students are ready for opportunities to discuss books and to expand their vocabularies for deeper comprehension of texts. They understand and articulate how authors use a variety of techniques and craft in their writing, and they show evidence of/of common textual features (e.g., paragraphs, topic sentences, concluding sentences, glossary). c. Identifies and uses knowledge of common graphic features (e.g., charts, maps, diagrams, illustrations). d. Identifies and uses knowledge of/


The Pilgrim’s Progress by John Bunyan John Bunyan (28 November 1628 – 31 August 1688) was an English Christian writer and preacher. He is the author of.

the source of critical ideas, such as the centrality of freedom, democracy, and reason as primary values of society – as opposed to the divine right of kings or traditions as the ruling authority. It promoted scientific thought, skepticism, and intellectual interchange. Because of the focus on/was shaved. His head was curled like a lambs back. In other words, the kid had curly hair, like lambs wool. Thanks for the simile, Blake! Its a fitting comparison, too, when you consider the fact that lambs are innocent/


Protect Our Youth Parents Say “That’s It Enough NO MORE!”

shall be construed to prohibit the imposition of separate judgments and sentences for the life felony described in paragraph (a) and for each separate offense enumerated in subparagraphs (a//PSYCHOLOGICAL ABUSE  FACTS DEFINITION of the TERM: Emotional/Psychological Abuse Emotional/Psychological abuse is referred to in the professional literature by many interchangeable terms such as: emotional/her client saying I couldn’t have Sierra for the weekend I said are you kidding me she stated I guess you’ll have/


Ambassador Briefing May 13, 2015. Welcome! Laura Keivel Manager of Grassroots Advocacy Thank you for joining the call and participating in the Ambassador.

of State Legislative Affairs Success in Georgia Georgia Governor Nathan Deal signed a bill allowing interchangeable biologic products making medication more accessible for people in Georgia Thank you to Ambassador Kerry Tucker for/webpage Sample Messages Twitter – limit 140 charactes ~300,000 babies, kids & teens have #arthritis or a rheumatic condition? http://blog.arthritis.org// Please include a few sentences of your personal story The goal is to raise awareness of arthritis Please contact Laura /


BenchMark II Key Info Chapter 11: The French Revolution Chapter 12: Age of Industry Chapter 13: Cultural Revolution.

found guilty of treason (due to letters found at Versailles where he asked foreign for help in keeping his throne…) He was put on trial and sentenced to Death by/of using “interchangeable parts” where machine made parts are exactly alike and can be switched out easily. Age of Industry The Workers: Early working conditions in factories of the 1800s were terrible. 1800-1900s Groups of workers began to form Labor Unions in order to collectively bargain for better wages, safer conditions and less hours of/


Words Smallest unit of speech with complete meaning A group of letters arranged in a specific pattern to form a linguistic symbol representing an idea.

. They also change, grow, get married, have kids, and sometimes die. Words Rules for defining a word: 3.Meaning is not found in words, or even in sentences, but in the pericope. 4.Law of Parsimony: All other factors being equal, the simplest explanation is to be preferred. 5.Every word is interchangeable with its meaning. 6.Clusters of a word in one passage may offer/


Sexuality and Culture sexual identity and concept of desire is a social construct developed within context that includes history, social class, ethnic.

you can’t just treat people as people as if they were interchangeable. You can’t, a white man and a black man,/“Asked to describe the circumstances of first coitus, many girls blink and freeze, dropping predicates and leaving passive sentences dangling as if under a /also wish I would have known that waiting- for sex, or for anything in life for that matter!- always makes it better. People think/ of love. We have to stop making kids think that theyre abnormal/undesirable if theyre not having sex by the age of /


The 1920s. “The 20s had not one, but countless faces, some of them ugly and hateful” Bill Moyers Popular Image Other Side Roaring 20s Conflict Roaring.

and national events; motion pictures revolutionized news coverage Advent of the Movies: Charlie Chaplin in one of his greatest feature- length comedie s, ”The Kid” Douglas Fairbanks playing the role of a Spanish Don Mary Pickford knitting for war orphans while on a movie set Lillian Gish posing for a publicity shot Rudolph Valentino Valentino in Son of the Sheik Rudolph Valentino, the leading male movie star/


There really is an APP for that !! Michael Ferguson VT Department of Education On April 4, 2010, the release of the iPAD created new opportunities for.

.Pinball New version of Bloomin Apps for iPad Bloom’s iPad Apps http://www.schrockguide.net/bloomin-apps.html 10 popular iTunes apps For parents and educators of children with autism Proloquo2Go Highly recommended for kids and adults with /innovative app allows special-needs children to communicate through complete sentences by linking together colorful images and symbols in this fully customizable application. Grace iCommunicate for iPad Create pictures, flashcards, storyboards, routines, visual schedules/


Helping Clients Overcome Offenses and Resentments Michele D. Aluoch, LPCC River of Life Professional Counseling LLC c. 2013.

building exercises (e.g. Gestalt moving closer, solution focused interchanges and valuing statements) 5. Coupes write a love letter to/for kids to put feelings and concerns in and then discuss in therapy Clinical Issues:Forgiveness With Children 3) Behavioral relaxation for physical tensions 4) Mutual Storytelling- Help child to tell story with the characters and feelings but reframe as ongoing as still shaped by certain factors in child’s control, writing book of techniques learned in counseling 4) Sentence/


The Roaring 20’s An era of prosperity, America’s present need is not heroics but healing; not nostrums but normalcy; not revolution but restoration...

their culture uniqueness, Pluralism Randolph Bourne – Critic who argued Cosmopolitan interchange "transnationality” Eugenics Belief in the Superiority in the Anglo Saxon Race/Enemy #1, 6 yrs spent of gang warfare = responsible for the St. Valentines Day Massacre,  Convicted on tax evasion, 11 yr sentence Inside the warehouse, Morans men /doing” & “Education for life” Wiped Out Hookworm Disease Requiring kids to stay in school till 17 Better Healthcare Fundamentalism – Literal Meaning of the Bible Scopes “/


LI 2013 NATHALIE F. MARTIN S EMANTICS. Table of Content 1. CONCEPT, REFERENT AND FORM CONCEPT, REFERENT AND FORM 2. SEMANTICS SEMANTICS 3. SEMANTIC RELATIONS.

, p. 190-207)  Ambiguity in College Writing (Stageberb, Norman C., in Linguistics at Work: A Reader of Application, by Dallin D. Oaks, 1998) Semantics Definition: Semantics Semantics is the study of the meaning of linguistic expressions, such as morphemes, words, phrases, clauses, and sentences. What is the Meaning of These words? Cold Old Fine Cool Fly Behind Accent Nobody This Getting in touch Dictionary Definition/


Language The Premise of this lecture is that Language is what distinguishes humans from animals. All of us have it, none of them do. Is this just species-centrism,

Path Sentences –The horse raced past the barn fell. –The prime number few. Resolving Ambiguity Social agreement, context, intention Grice (1975): Maxims of Conversation  1.Quality: Tell the truth! (Avoid falsehoods *and* statements for which /-no vert C.creativity: (cont. of above?) (not one of Hocketts) D.interchangeability: any speaker can understand any message E.discreteness: small separable units of sound F.duality of patterning: small set of building blocks-->infinite words G.traditional transmission/


AP THESIS Review. A thesis statement:  tells the reader how you will interpret the significance of the subject matter under discussion.  is a road map.

“Duh!” or “So what?” or “Gee, no kidding!” or “Who cares?”  Does the thesis avoid general /sentences (the subtopics needed to prove the thesis)?  If you cannot answer “YES” to these questions, you will need to make changes in order for your thesis to pass these tests. Pardoner’s examples  A thesis statement for “The Pardoner’s Tale” might address the abstract concept of/ is the part of the thesis that requires you to identify a literary device. This part of the AP prompt is interchangeable. It could be/


The 1920s. “The 20s had not one, but countless faces, some of them ugly and hateful” Bill Moyers Popular Image Other Side Roaring 20s Conflict Roaring.

and national events; motion pictures revolutionized news coverage Advent of the Movies: Charlie Chaplin in one of his greatest feature- length comedie s, ”The Kid” Douglas Fairbanks playing the role of a Spanish Don Mary Pickford knitting for war orphans while on a movie set Lillian Gish posing for a publicity shot Rudolph Valentino Valentino in Son of the Sheik Rudolph Valentino, the leading male movie star/


Language The Premise of this lecture is that Language is what distinguishes humans from animals. All of us have it, none of them do. Is this just species-centrism,

Path Sentences –The horse raced past the barn fell. –The prime number few. Resolving Ambiguity Social agreement, context, intention Grice (1975): Maxims of Conversation  1.Quality: Tell the truth! (Avoid falsehoods *and* statements for which /-no vert C.creativity: (cont. of above?) (not one of Hocketts) D.interchangeability: any speaker can understand any message E.discreteness: small separable units of sound F.duality of patterning: small set of building blocks-->infinite words G.traditional transmission/


The Causes of the Civil War Resource Unit Julie Wilcox AYA Social Studies Candidate Phase II A Winter Quarter 2008.

of four to five sentences, addrress the following questions? 1.) Explain the relationship between the invention of the cotton gin and the expansion of the slavery and plantation system. 2.) Explain the importance of the abolitionist movement to the end of slavery. Be sure to mention the roles of/Student resources Most of the resources can be used interchangeably between the two/ War Secret" (women as soldiers), "The Scramble for Africa," and "Street Kids" (homeless children in Brazil). Reading level: grades /


Fostering Positive School Climate: Developing Supportive Relationships and Self-Discipline George Bear, PhD University of Delaware February.

TO MANAGE STUDENT BEHAVIOR? Code of Conduct Sentencing Manual It works, if one’s/interchangeably with: Autonomy Self-determination Responsibility Self-regulation Self-control Used to remind educators that there is more to school discipline than the use of discipline. LONG-TERM goal! Recent meta-analysis of 213 studies of/Behavioral Competencies. Packaged curriculum (e.g., for evaluations of programs see: Safe and Sound: An / other passengers, including the kids. Consider other ways of getting there. If you’re/


PREPOSITIONS. E.g. I run for 10 kilometers every day. A cousin of mine gave me this dress. He comes from Russia. She slept in a filthy room throughout.

care about what they say. Care of – look after, or in charge of E.g. I’ll take care of you. Choice of a preposition may alter the meaning of the clause Conform to/with These are generally interchangeable. E.g. Everyone must conform to/ tornado. ‘Of’ indicates facts of information... Did you hear of the cancellation of the Black Friday sale? I know of no one who joined that club. When we speak of grammar rules, we often mean prescriptive rules. Talk of things appropriate for kids your age. Think of a movie /


Pronouns!. What on earth is a pronoun? A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun or another pronoun. An antecedent is the noun a pronoun stands.

her toe and she screamed. In this sentence, “her” and “she” are the pronouns, which are substituting temporarily for the antecedent “Ms. Leuschel.” Pronouns /debated topic…of all time… ITS V. IT’S! Its: Possessive pronoun showing ownership It’s: Contraction for “it is” or “it has” NEVER EVER INTERCHANGABLE! Possessive/kid who was tallest made the team. The car that was leaking was Ann’s. The test, which was difficult, was 12 pages long! So why is it important to know this riff raff anyway? Ineffective use of/


Temple Sheckles Available In The Hallway! Romans 3:1 What advantage then hath the Jew? Or what profit is there of circumcision? 2 Much in every way!

which every sentence in unconditionally valid. Characterization of Talmud In the Mishna itself diverging opinions are placed in juxtaposition very frequently. Characterization of Talmud Even the Gamara throughout takes on the nature of a lecture hall or of a collection of minutes of the /used this rule myself. For example… It’s been put by Orthodox Judaism that we can’t mix meat with dairy. (based on the Scripture we should not cook a kid in its mothers milk) Characterization of Talmud Therefore I consulted/


Warm-Up #4 1) Suzanne drives 165 miles in 3 hours. What is her average speed in miles per hour? 2) Find the unit price per doughnut if it costs $2.80 for.

better deal with a unit rate of $0.91 per roll. Percent Proportion Proportion What am I Learning Today? How will I show that I learned it? Use percent, decimal, and fraction interchangeably Use proportional reasoning to solve /for the variable. = 100 x =1800 100 100x = 180,000 x = $180 savings What is 5% of 19? 3.5 is what % of 40? 342 is 90% of what? Try This! Rewrite the sentence, then solve using proportion. Show your work. What is 45% of 150? 12 is what percent of 240? 14 is 35% of what number? 60% of/


PM Dr. Patricia Anthony Computer Science Program School of Engineering and Information Technology Universiti Malaysia Sabah.

for a Master/PhD by coursework  Western countries use the terms interchangeably  It should be contestable, proposing an arguable point with which people could reasonably disagree. A strong thesis is provocative; it takes a stand and justifies the discussion you will present.  It tackles a subject that could be adequately covered in the format of/reasonable reader NOT respond with "Duh!" or "So what?" or "Gee, no kidding!" or "Who cares?“  Does the thesis avoid general phrasing and/or sweeping words such/


ISAIAH. BOOK OF JUDGMENT (WOE) 1-39 Authored by Isaiah proper I.1-12 THE LORD IS KING A.1:1-31 A Situation of Crisis ESV Isaiah 1:1 The vision of the.

at Yad HaShmonah 3. Hinge verse for courtroom language vs. 3. a. Isaiah 5:3-4 b. Sour grapes is not the result of sweet settings. It’s the byproduct of a bad seed or acidic soil. c. Each of the Woe’s on the remainder of the chapter are all a list of sour fruit that justifies God’s sentence. 4.Note the imagery, common to/


How can we understand Anthropology, Psychology and Sociology (APS)?

of society •Examples? Theories of Social Change Adaption to social change takes place through three methods: 1) Diffusion- one culture borrows cultural symbols from another 2) Acculturation- prolonged contact between two cultures where they interchange/ Rats received food rewards for pressing specific levers in a/kids to school and then go to work and teach their students What are some examples that follow this model of/case language is not understood Short sentences Rate of Speech: Fast Tone: Pushy, Expect,/


History of GIS The Commercial Era: 1980 to 2010

of Arpanets MsgGroup: Original message lost until September 2002 Retrieved from old VAX backup tape from 1982 Ambrose Bierce (1912), the snigger point - for ironical sentences/of the great survey of England completed in 1086, executed for William the Conqueror New multimedia edition compiled between 1984 and 1986 It included a new survey of the United Kingdom - people (mostly school kids/ of spatial features in XML Serves as a modeling language for geographic systems as well as an open interchange format for /


Module 5 : Healthy Food - Marketing for Impact. Overview This module examines how your marketing can win more market share based on a marketing message.

quality photos that showcase your business or products, or lifestyle images of people enjoying your products. Keep your sentences short and instructive. NB – new Facebook rules - Avoid promotional / registering for the download. eBooks & Reports Reports are usually short PDF downloads, such as ‘Top 10 Tips for Healthy Eating’, or ‘How To Get Your Kids to / plan and strategy are often used interchangeably. Your Marketing plan should be a part of the overall business plan for turning an idea into profit, the/


What’s Possible? Making Inroads in Designing Curriculum for Advanced Learners Jann H. Leppien, Ph.D. Whitworth University, Spokane, WA

with Students Connections with students drive the opening of doors. It’s far more fulfilling to listen for and respond to the multiple rhythms that students bring into the classroom than to see students as essentially interchangeable and unknowable. Students need connections to learn/about and to set out together to look for answers. Learn how a discipline studies itself. 78 Kids as Professionals Delano Heroes film was made 5 years ago. I worked with a group of GT kids on that project. We did mini workshops /


Open your composition notebook. In the upper left-hand corner put the date Sept. 9, 2014. Title it “Do Now #1.” Follow the prompt: The mark of a great.

walked a group of disabled kids down a mountain during a thunderstorm. This is what you are looking for… Extra-curricular /for something interesting, unusual or significant that happened while you were on the mission trip, instead of just writing about the mission trip itself. That way, the mission trip will be in the background Make the appropriate corrections to the following sentence/ before now. 3.Someone/somebody can be used interchangeably 4.Prepositions indicate directionality, time, or place. Since/


There really is an APP for that !! Michael Ferguson On April 4, 2010, the release of the iPAD created new opportunities for students and teachers. Since.

for closed captioning playing back and other UDL access features. You don’t have to install additional software. The iPAD and APPS are quickly becoming interchangeable terms Join the revolution Technology is revolutionizing the world of/Apps for Digital Storytelling 10 popular iTunes apps For parents and educators of children with autism Proloquo2Go Highly recommended for kids / sentences by linking together colorful images and symbols in this fully customizable application. Grace iCommunicate for iPad/


There really is a Special APP for that !! Michael Ferguson VT Department of Education On April 4, 2010, the release of the iPAD created new opportunities.

interchangeable terms Thousands of APPs. Endless potential ! With thousands of educational apps on the App Store you can put tons of learning possibilities at your fingertips. Take a look at some of my favorite apps for learning. http://www.apple.com/education/apps/ 10 popular iTunes apps For parents and educators of children with autism Proloquo2Go Highly recommended for kids/ sentences by linking together colorful images and symbols in this fully customizable application. Grace iCommunicate for iPad/


EIGHT EVIDENCE-BASED PRINCIPLES FOR EFFECTIVE OFFENDER INTERVENTION

are often used interchangeably. However, subtle distinctions exist between these terms: For example, best practices are often based on the collective experience of the field /cognitive-based behavioral types, should be applied as an integral part of the sentence/sanction process. Targeted and timely treatment interventions will provide the greatest / – didactic model; “kids don’t know drugs are bad for them.” Most studies have found neutral effects for DARE. More recent versions of DARE, based upon cognitive-/


Nixon and Vietnam Henry Kissinger- Nixon’s National Security advisor Vietnamization: Gradual withdraw of U.S. troops = increased efforts of the South Vietnamese.

–***Trading weapons for hostages NSC Staffer: Oliver North Reaganomics- strategy to give federal money to big business in hopes that it would trickle down to society. Strategic Defense Initiative (Star Wars)- a strategy Reagan wanted to develop to keep Americans safe from enemy missiles. Ronald Reagan “Just Say No”- Advertising Campaign to discourage kids from recreational drugs AIDS-disease of human immune system/


H OLDING E FFECTIVE C ONVERSATIONS Chapter 7. D EFINITION OF C ONVERSATION Conversation - An interactive, locally managed, sequentially organized, and.

OF C ONVERSATION Conversation - An interactive, locally managed, sequentially organized, and extemporaneous interchange of thoughts and feelings between two or more people. http://www.federatedmedia.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/conversation-3.jpeg S TRUCTURE OF/sentences in a conversation because they know each other’s style of conversation so well. C HARACTERISTICS OF C ONVERSATIONS Conversational Audience- refers to both the intended and unintended participants in a conversation. Most of/ FOR /


Engaging Student Learners

. S/he is just not motivated.” These terms used interchangeably, but the definitions are NOT the same. Our goal /the doors of the school, and then find to our dismay that they’ve sent us the wrong kids. They /of Gravity asks participants to summarize their section of the text by sharing out what they find to be the: Most important paragraph Most important sentence/seek feedback from students as to the success of the teaching, providing criteria for younger or inexperienced student evaluators. Teachers should /


Legal, Ethical, and Professional Issues in Information Security

of 1996 (HIPAA)** Kennedy-Kassebaum Act Privacy of electronic data interchange for health care data Financial Services Modernization Act (1999)** Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act of 1999 Banks, securities firms, and insurance companies - disclosure of/caught in a “lawful” country: fines and/or jail sentence AOL employees http://www.connectedhomemag.com/HomeOffice/Articles/Index.cfm?ArticleID=/://www.crime- research.org/news/27.08.2009/3750/ Malicious kids go to jail http://www.cybercrime.gov/cases.htm Kevin Mitnick/


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