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Enjoyable Essay Writing

March 31, 2018 | No Comments

Don’t make up a lesson that you have learned from from the obstacles or the situations that you were involved with just be as honest as you can and if you are honest then your writing is going to be better it is going to sound better and the reader is going to enjoy reading […]

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An Exam Essay

March 25, 2018 | No Comments

if you are preparing for any exam we’re in the subjective test you have to write the essay just this is a common strategy a time limits may vary in this strategy that you can adjust according to the exam you are going to appear in so I’ll talk about the eius exam from last […]

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Leads-Attention Grabbers in Argumentative Essay

February 17, 2018 | No Comments

Surprising Fact Start an argumentative essay with an interesting and thought provoking fact. Example While most plants do little more than add beauty to an area, others are vicious hunters that set traps to catch bugs. Description This type of detail tells about the purpose of something, describes appearance, and tells what something is like. […]

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The Importance of Essay Writing Services

February 11, 2018 | No Comments

In November, members of the Edusson essay writing service went down to the NCTE (National Council of Teachers of English) conference in Atlanta. We were there to talk about Edusson platform and its role in changing the options for people who write about education, and we wanted to give people the chance to do some of their own writing whether […]

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Teachers and Children Learning Together Part 2

October 26, 2017 | No Comments

According to Gretchen Reynolds and Elizabeth Jones: “Observation can be used not only as the basis of information about individual children and the building of a classroom community, but also as the place from which teachers can begin to engage in the dialogic process of reflection, hypothesis building, and planning” (13). Similarly, we discovered that […]

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Teachers and Children Learning Together Part 1

October 22, 2017 | No Comments

The Discussion that Followed: The teachers noted some of the difficulties in the process. Taking such specific observation notes is not necessarily an intuitive process. Traci said, “It was hard. You had to consciously think about observing and just take the time to do it…it’s hard to get everything down on paper.” Jason agreed, “Written […]

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Observation Dialogue: Child Care in a Learning Community Part 2

October 18, 2017 | No Comments

Naming the Observation from the Child’s Perspective: Abraham: 3 years 10 mths Traci names her observation: “Looking for a spot in the group…trying to find a way to get into the group.” Abraham stays on the outskirts of a group overhearing their play…hangs around then begins a copying activity, miming and following Chris…Abraham continues to […]

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Observation Dialogue: Child Care in a Learning Community

October 13, 2017 | No Comments

As a veteran early childhood educator and masters student, I invited my co- teachers to participate in a project of observation and dialogue. I work in an accredited, multiage children’s center in Burlington Vermont. Our focus on emergent curriculum endeavors to construct learning experiences around questions and discoveries explored through children’s play and engagement in […]

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