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There can be more than two research approaches. One research approach is descriptive. This is when a researcher collects relevant facts and information on a specific subject in order to vividly...

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Friday in this riddle is the name of a conveyance: a horse, car, motorcycle, etc.—anything that can be ridden. The other clue word in the phrasing of the question is “on.” The riddle could be...

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The idea of being a "professional" teacher reaches into so many different aspects of this diverse career. Here are some things for you to consider in this descriptor. First, professional teachers...

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A menu is a list of the foods and beverages available for purchase at a restaurant or eatery. At fast food eateries, the menu is often posted near the ordering counter or drive-thru line, whereas...

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What a fun question! The limitless boundaries of space hold both mystery and innate intrigue, and there are so many incredible possibilities. The advantages of space tourism center around...

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There is a difference between approach and method. An approach is a way of dealing with something or somebody. A method is the process used or the steps taken to deal with an issue or a person. I...

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A physical environment can be described as anything we can physically experience through our senses—touch, smell, sight, hearing, and/or taste. The physical environment includes both the natural...

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I will separate syllables in these words with a vertical line "|" and mark the stressed syllable in each word with bold font. e | xa | mine e | xa | mi | na | tionThe word "examine" has three...

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I usually just answer as briefly as possible. We are not supposed to do a student's work directly anyway. I have noticed that there are a lot of questions about India on enotes. Sometimes I feel...

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To parse a sentence, you must analyze each of its component parts, examining the nature of its clauses, the parts of speech and grammatical functions of it words, and the relationships between its...

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One major difference that changes the story is that Shirley Jackson’s “The Lottery,” originally published in 1948 in The New Yorker, doesn’t focus on one main character. It’s an overview of the...

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By understanding child (and adolescent) development, a teacher can make the most appropriate decisions possible about expectations for students, how to best have students engage with the material,...

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Wow! This question is timely for me, because I will be teaching at a school next year in which, all students will receive apple laptops. They will be allowed to take the computers home, and we...

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In my experience, Powerpoint has been an invaluable classroom tool. From a practical standpoint, it is one form of technology that costs our school nothing to provide at the moment. (its already...

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Imagery is comprised of words that conjure the five senses in our imaginations: sight, sound, touch, taste, and smell. In chapter four of The House on Mango Street Cisneros uses the image of the...

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The theme of "The Escape" by J. B. Stamper is punishment. Boris is being punished for what's described as a terrible crime. He fully admits that he did it. He decides to escape that punishment—and...

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Many riddles or "messy" problems begin with an apparent conundrum and they intentionally mislead the reader by the way they are phrased. Solving a riddle routinely requires original thought and...

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Pokémon Go players now have the opportunity to nominate special areas in or near their hometowns as PokéStops. This new nominating feature is currently available in beta mode and has been released...

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Pavlov and Skinner were two psychologists who pioneered the ideas of conditioning, contributing greatly to behavior theory and helping to develop new ideas and techniques for training and changing...

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Generally speaking, "bonnie" is a Scottish word that means attractive or beautiful. It is often used to describe a woman and commonly used as a term of affection in a romantic relationship. Thus,...

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The elements involved in properly concluding a debate speech include: 1. Referencing the introduction Hearkening back to the opening of the speech adds cohesiveness to the overall speech. It gives...

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The more self-reliant you are, the more you can help others. Those who are constantly in need of help from others have a difficult time offering help to anyone else, in my experience. To me, this...

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Both of these terms are used in behavioral psychology. Classical conditioning involves an involuntary behavior and a response. This was made most famous in the case of Pavlov's dog who came to...

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The difference between paraphrasing and quoting is that when quoting you use the author’s exact words, and when paraphrasing you use the author’s ideas but put them in your own words. In writing,...

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Free time? What’s that!? Joking aside, I do have some free time despite a busy work week. Virtually all of my free time is given to my wife and two young boys. It really is inexplicably relieving...

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There are many technological advances many of us assume have been with us forever, and for some of us, technology like computers have been around longer than we have. Most of us are more interested...

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Just to add a little more detail about compound sentences, there may be two or more independent clauses: "I was very thirsty, and I wanted something refreshing; the lemonade stand a block down the...

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IDEAS/EXAMPLES: Ethos: when I am given homework, I use the Internet or other forms of help that make the work not completely my own. If I can admit that, it is probably true for most of my...

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Literary devices are techniques used by writers of literature to better describe whatever they are writing about. For example, when Robert Burns wanted to describe his love, he didn’t say, “My love...

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My favorite quote is: "Gentlemen. You can't fight in here, this is the war room!" Spoken by Peter Sellers' character (The President of the United States) in the movie "Dr. Strangelove: Or How I...

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A library is a place to go. It is quiet--or supposed to be. It has big tables and fairly comfortable chairs. It has an atmosphere of studiousness, introspection, meditation, peace of mind. It is a...

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By definition, parts of speech fall into the category of "language arts," which is... ...essentially the study of how we use words to create and to decipher meaning. In general, schools divide...

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Interorganization means between two organizations. Therefore, interorganizational procedures occur when two or more organizations join together and share information or collaborate. This can be...

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Views of single men and women who are sexually active are usually very different. Single men who are sexually active are seen in a more positive way than females. When single females are sexually...

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That's a beautiful quote. Einstein did not enjoy school, and did not do well. Creative people often do not, because school is limiting. One of the primary functions of school is to socialize...

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One of the best ways to write a topic sentence is to use the question or prompt as your guide. Take the key words from the prompt and incorporate them into the topic sentence. Since I don't know...

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The primary difference between qualitative and quantitative interviewing is that qualitative interviews are exploratory and focus on opinions and motivations while quantitative interviews focus on...

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This really depends on what you are talking about. In some cases, quality is what matters. If I am baking a cake, I would rather have one good cake then twelve so-so cupcakes. However, if I am...

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Emergency and disaster management deals with the coordinated efforts of communities to organize and manage available resources in order to address urgent humanitarian needs. In order to enable...

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The most important (and some might say the only) constraint on the pursuit of knowledge involves ethical limitation of the means by which knowledge may be pursued. Scientists who perform...

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The field of economics can be broken down into two main branches: macroeconomics and microeconomics. While macroeconomics studies the economy from a large scale perspective, such as on a city,...

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There is not such a thing "short format" in the MLA guidelines for style. Your teacher might be referring to the way you punctuate titles of short fiction, or perhaps he or she is instructing you...

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As a noun, the word "inquiry" is commonly defined as an act by which information is sought. In this instance, it is used in the form of a question or a query. Furthermore, the word can also refer...

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One distinction often made in management science is that between a line (or direct) manager and a "project" manager. A line manager directly supervises people, although those people may be assigned...

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In order to live with other people, there are always tradeoffs between rights and responsibilities. Our most precious right is freedom, because it is freedom that allows us to do whatever we want...

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Tourism benefits the local economy of the city where it is planned. It generates jobs, increases the sales of local small businesses, and the money that these small businesses generate goes...

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"Language acquisition" refers to the process of learning a language, although behaviorist ideas of language acquisition specifically seek to understand how people learn their native language, while...

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To really understand the answer to this question, you will need to pronounce some sounds and pay attention to how they feel in your throat and mouth. (Are you in a private space and not, say, in...

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Diversity and these aspects are sociological by nature. The study of society and the demographic, social, cultural, and generational differences fits right into the field of sociology. Therefore,...

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Maria works for Bruno's family as the maid. She has worked for the family since Bruno was three years old. As the maid, she is responsible for the upkeep of the family home. Maria also does the...

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