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Year Round Schools

11 Oct 2017

The conversion of public schools into Year-round School (YRS) has benefited some students while others protest against this yearly based school system. Year-round School phrase means that the school will be operating for 180 days but the breaks and school days will be arranged in different pattern. In this paper the program of Year-round school will be discussed along with its benefits.

In a Year-round School the operating days of the school are 180 which are divided in the calendar of 12 months. The breaks are for a shorter time period. The most popular plan among the Year-round School plans is 45-15. This plan allows students to attend classes for 45 days which is about 9 weeks in overall count and then they are given break for 15 days. This benefits the building capacity because one group of students is always on vacation in this plan. Another popular plan for this system is the quinmester. In this plan students attend 5terms. Each term is of 45 days where one term becomes optional for the students. There are more plans to this year-round system, such as tri-semester and quarter system (Molnar, 2002).

The Year-round system is the result of economical considerations rather than the educational progress considerations. This program claims some advantages which are successful to some extent in the areas which are considered as advantageous. The teachers are getting the best possible benefits through this plan. Teachers spend less time on the old material for the reviews as the contents are not forgotten, this helps them save time and continue for the next material for teaching. Because of this plan teachers have fewer burdens and load of work as the student will have frequent breaks in the year-round system.

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The Components of Speech and Language

17 Jan 2017

Language is a system of rules employed by humans in communication to convey and share thoughts, emotions and ideas. Language is the capacity to comprehend what is heard and the expression of notions by use of words through speech, signing, gestures, eye blinks or writing. The brain assists in the development of language as well as in its interpretation.

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Educational System

13 Jan 2017

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Structural Analysis of Myth

28 Dec 2016

“White Buffalo Woman” is a myth, very popular and adored amongst the Native Americans. This is the central myth of the Plains tribes, especially the Lakota, or Sioux. It tells how the Lakota first received their sacred pipe and the ceremony in which to use it. It has often been related, for example by Black Elk, Lame Deer and Looks for Buffalo.” (Living myths….)

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Shangqing

23 Dec 2016

Like all other religions, Taoism has organized groups or sects developed that developed through its inception many years ago. These sects employed practices such as alchemy, faith-healing, sorcery, and the use of power objects, which seem to have existed from ancient times in China, converting them into institutionalized and distinctive social movements with detailed rituals, clergy, and revealed texts. This institutionalization of ancient practices developed as the Han dynasty (206 B.C.–220 A.D.) was declining amidst famine and war.

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Integrating Technology Into an Elementary Classroom

21 Dec 2016

Technology in the past was mostly used in industrial fields but today it has infiltrated almost all aspects of life for example schools, churches, hospitals, business name it. Technology is good because it makes work easier; it enhances performance and output, encourages independence as well as increase accuracy. (Goodman, 2002). This is in reference to the general application of various technologies in the different institutions aforementioned. However, what are the differences felt in elementary school today as a result of use of technology? What was it like in the past? This paper sets out to answer these questions in details and with particular focus to pre-k to forth grade of elementary school.

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Motherhood and High School Students

20 Dec 2016

Some schools have sought to punish teenage mothers in many ways to raise awareness on the pitfalls related to teenage pregnancy. Frightened of promoting policies or actions that back teen-age sexuality, schools have developed unclear guidelines regarding teenage pregnancy and motherhood. The toughened images of mothers as sexually careless have been commonly used, while other have simply judged them to likely become “bad mothers” who will join the row of non-productive American citizens. While it is understandable that the practice tries to free itself from the increase of young women becoming pregnant in the future, there is no acceptable way to explain the support of additional difference forced on the young pregnant mother.

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Emptiness Is Form and Form Is Emptiness

05 Dec 2016

The phrase, ‘Emptiness is form and form is emptiness’ is considered as a paradoxical statement in Buddhist philosophy. The Heart Sutra is the shortest text in Buddhism and contains the philosophical essence of the scrolls that make up the Maha Prajna Paramita. The abstract of the Heart Sutra is ‘great path for the perfection of wisdom’. According to the Heart Sutra, mind is the biggest thing that is termed as ‘maha’ here because many of us might think about various big things but our mind covers them instantly. So it is considered as the biggest thing. Here stress is given on mind and how you think which means anything in this world whether it is joy or sorrow or suffering or achievements, all are in our mind.

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Bullying Essay

22 Aug 2016

Bullying is an issue that has been affecting many in the world today. It takes place in many forms some of which are direct and include physical harm on the victim. Verbal bullying involves name calling and insults or threats being directed at the victim and may also involve emotional bullying where the victim’s emotions are targeted by the bully. Other forms of bullying may be indirect where the harm is not caused by the person directly but it still ends up affecting the person.

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Freedom of Expression and Sexual Orientation Discrimination in High School

18 Aug 2016

Justice Wendell Philips once defined Freedom of Speech as “at once the instrument and guaranty and bright consummate flower of all liberty.” (W.Va. Board of Education v. Barnette, 219 US 624) This definition covers freedom of expression in general, which embraces a number of rights aimed at ensuring the free and effective communication of ideas from mind to mind. The other rights include the freedom of the press, freedom of petition, freedom of assembly, freedom of religion, the right of association, the right to access to information on matters of public concern, and the right not to be detained solely by reason of one’s political beliefs and aspirations and even freedom to express one’s homosexuality or sexual orientation. This right is embodied in the First Amendment to the United States Constitution, to wit: “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.” (First Amendment)

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