Nauy Nguyen Eng 96/97 1/23/13 Essay 1 Thinking through and learning to accept are very important in our lives. I am learning from what I have done in the past, and all the happened have came to my life to help me draw experience from my mistakes. So I will avoid to making the same mistakes twice in the future. What's done is done, there's no changing the past, so forget about it and move on. People need to learn to think through, accept for all the things they have done in the past. Don't forget about what have we done and what happened in our lives ,people must to continue live with it and make it is a lesson to help us grow stronger. In Touching The Void, Simon and Joe, who have climbed the Peruvian Andes together, when they are climbing up the mountain and try to get down. At that time, they had to make so many important decisions in their lives that help them survive, even though the cost and sacrifice which are painful. For example, Simon had to cut the rope to save himself, when he knew that if he didn't do it both of them would die. That was the hardest decision that Simon had to make when he had no choice. He felt so wrongdoing, but he said “okay, he was dead and I wasn't, but there was no reason for tormenting myself ". What's done is done; Simon realized that he must think through and accept that nothing he could do to make things better. He just does what he needed to do and he kept going without looking back. Joe was in a very terrible situation with his broken leg, and fell down the mountain. He was so upset and disappointed because Simon cut the rope. At that time, Joe was thinking that he will die and there was nothing he can do to save himself, but he wanted to survive, he didn’t want to die in the mountain alone. So he understands that he must to forget about the pain and do everything he can to get down the mountain. “What doesn't kill you make you stronger”, Joe set up his goal to get down the mountain and find Simon. He put all the pain behind, he learned that he must to keep moving if he want to survive. After Simon and Joe had to do what they must to, to save their life, many things have changed inside them. Simon felt guiltier about what he has done to Joe and he knew that life goes on; he had draw experience that will help him in his life. Joe becomes stronger from inside and outside. He had face to face with the death and he get through it. He wrote the book to tell about his story that we can see Joe have become more confident because he can faces to face with his past. A lot of people in the world today get success in their life, because they are know how to think through and accept all the happen in their lives. They are draw experience from their past and learn from it. If they are in a bad relationship, a bad job or an addiction, they are destroying their connection with the negative influence. Learning to accept help people understand about their mistake, and learn from it, but do not let the mistakes that we made rude our life. Think through is so important in our lives , if you have good and positive thinking about everything you do or will do, it will help you easier to get success with it , because when your brain feel good, you will always find a way that make you and all the things you do stay on the right track. No one born is perfect, so we need to learn everyday to complete ourselves. Accepting , thinking through are two important lesson for everyone, people can changes in a good way or in the bad way is depend on what they are understand and learn from accept, think through .Some people will change in the good way, if they are realize and understand that the cost and sacrifice they had pay for their mistake will help them have more experience to grow stronger and get better in the future, but…
Parents need to help children and teen-agers accept their bodies and discourage them from crash dieting, say nutrition and body image experts.
A new survey, out earlier this week, adds more evidence that dieting is rampant among teens. The study of 3,129 middle school kids showed that by eighth grade, 55% of girls think they're fat (only 13% are) and 50% have dieted. Among eighth grade boys: 28% think they're fat (13% are) and 25% have dieted.
Nutrition experts aren't surprised. ''By eighth…
A Learning Organisation
Assessment 1 Study Notes: Wikipedia Definition
A learning organization is the term given to a company that facilitates the learning of its members and continuously transforms itself. Learning organizations develop as a result of the pressures facing modern organizations and enables them to remain competitive in the business environment. A learning organization has five main features; systems thinking, personal mastery, mental models, shared vision and team learning…
ADVANCING INCLUSIVE EDUCATION AND 21
CENTURY LEARNING SKILLS THROUGH THE ARTS
GÉRALDINE D. SIMONNET
JAMES E. MODRICK
Inclusive education – Arts education – Inclusive educational practices – 21 Century skills
This paper examines the concept of inclusive education and suggests that the arts have both a valuable role to
play in this context and also provide the skills that are in high demand for the 21 century workplace. The paper
starts by reflecting on the meaning…
Recognizing a Text as a Presentation 8
Describing the Nature of These Aspects of the Text 8
Inferring the Underlying Assumptions and Perspectives of the Discussion 8
Critical Reading vs. Critical Thinking 9
How Well Does The Text Do What It Does? 10
What is Critical Thinking? 10
Strategies for Critical Reading 12
Reading and Writing 15
believe tattoos are offensive or not accepted all the have same reasons why. You hear the same story and excuses over and over again, some people just say it differently. I think the qualities I listed above are all agreed-upon by those who don’t accept or like people with tattoos. They are judgmental and don’t even give the person a chance. Like the phrase “don't judge a book by its cover”, that is exactly what people are doing.
How do those qualities oppose or stretch with the agreed-upon definition…
Learning Outcome 1: Understand the purposes and principles of early year’s frameworks.
Explain the legal status and principles of the relevant early years framework/s, and how national and local guidance materials are used in settings.
The EYFS (Early Years Foundation Stage) was giving legal status in September 2008 under orders and requirements of the Children’s Act 206. It has been mandatory for all OFSTED registered schools and early years providers to comply to the EYFS requirements…
Enabling Learning through Assessment
To enable learning is to equip and facilitate the learner with all the necessary skills required to understand and retain knowledge. One way in which the teacher can ensure that learning has taken place is through the medium of assessment – to evaluate what the learner has taken on board.
Assessment methods help form a vital stage of a learner’s journey helping them to draw on skills they have acquired, and aids in the consolidation of the knowledge learnt…
Four Learning Styles
1.Sensing-Thinking or Mastery Learners
What Motivates Mastery Learners?
Master learners rely on sensing as a mode of perception and thinking as a means of judgment or decision making. They prefer well-organized, highly-reutilized classrooms where expectations are clearly described and strongly related to practical outcomes such as good grades, things they can make or do, and practical connections to jobs and careers. More than anything else Mastery learners want to appear competent…
IVYT 10404H My way of Thinking about Critical Thinking in Today's World
Assignment Name: Final Essay Questions
Student Name: Michelle Kauffman
Date you submit your work: May 4, 2012
The Assignment: In essay form, address the following questions:
1. What is critical thinking? First the word critical comes from two Greek roots, Kriticos which means discerning judgment and the other Greek root is kriterion which means standards.…