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Motivation in the Classroom

One of the most difficult tasks an educator faces is motivating students. What exactly is it that makes a student want to learn? Why are some students easily motivated while other students must be coaxed to perform tasks that seem simple? A teacher has to ask these questions about each individual student in his or her class, and usually starts to search for the answers within the first few days of meeting their students. It is important for an educator to have a working definition of motivation if they plan on implementing motivational techniques in their classroom. Continue reading Motivation in the Classroom

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McDonald’s: The coffee spill

1. What are the major issues in the Liebeck case and in the following incidents? Was the lawsuit “frivolous” as some people thought, or serious business? The major issues in this case include how hot the coffee should be, when to draw the line on making a case outrageous and how corporations are supposed to please customers without worrying about being sued. I believe that the lawsuit was frivolous because of the amount of money that was being asked for. It is common sense that when you order coffee or any other hot beverage that contents will be hot. Continue reading McDonald’s: The coffee spill

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Online Dating Advantages and Disavantages

Some advantages and disavantages in online dating. Now days online dating hvae become so commun that everyone know a site or two where can meet or interact with other people becoming making it easy to become part of the online dating trend. But veryb seldon anyone couciously stop to think and anlyze the advantages or disavantages in online dating. In today’s world everything goes so fast that it seem’s 24 hour days are over for ever, every one is short of time. Continue reading Online Dating Advantages and Disavantages

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The History Boys

As with many of Bennett’s plays, the themes he explores in The History Boys are wide-ranging. Some of the following themes have been briefly highlighted with the purpose of leading towards more in-depth discussion. However, Alan Bennett’s style of writing, which is more exploratory than reactionary, a style that asks questions, but provides the audience with few answers, means that any attempt to dissect the numerous themes of his plays is necessarily reductive. Continue reading The History Boys

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Khmer Rouge and Stable Communist Environment

How is it that between the Cambodian Genocide and the Holocaust, over eight million people were killed? The similarities and differences between the Cambodian Genocide and the Holocaust are both disturbing yet interesting. To understand how alike and dissimilar these two events are you must consider three things, which are: the cause, courses, and effects. The Cambodian Genocide was lit up by a man named Saloth Sar, better known as Pol Pot. He was a Cambodian Revolutionary as well as the man who created a communist group known greatly as The Khmer Rouge. Continue reading Khmer Rouge and Stable Communist Environment

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Hamlet and Audience

?How does Hamlet present both an outward and inward conflict? Although Hamlet’s flaws, melancholy, and pretended madness all lead to his inevitable downfall, the inward and outward conflicts of Man vs. Self, Man vs. Man and Man vs. Society (which arouse from Hamlet’s acts of revenge for his father’s death) ultimately play a key role as they are what trigger him to make most of the actions he commits which leads to the tragic downfall in Hamlet. Continue reading Hamlet and Audience

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Why Did Japan Attack Pearl Harbor?

December 8th 1941 “with confidence in our armed forces – we will gain the inevitable triumph – so help us god” was said by Franklin D. Roosevelt to the Congress to engage in war against Japan. Pearl Harbors’ geographical location led to the bombing of Pearl Harbor initiated by Japan. How or why would a country much smaller than Texas attack the United States? Japan had created a sparked conflict with America at Pearl Harbor because of the Embargos, Immigration Quota, and the Expansion of American Navy. Continue reading Why Did Japan Attack Pearl Harbor?

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Stereotype and Term Crooked Politician

Stereotypes are rampant in our culture and have been a dilapidating issue in our civilization for a long while. The use of stereotypes to judge another human being can cause serious detriment to the success and happiness of others. Understanding what stereotypes are and how they came about is important to eradicate the use of stereotypes and be able to assess a person’s worth based on their own individual traits. Some of the most common stereotypes are among politicians, tattooed persons, feminists, and senior citizens. Continue reading Stereotype and Term Crooked Politician

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Job Analysis Process

All businesses have daily needs and challenges to everyday, which is why Human Resource managers and other managers’ turns to Job analysis to help them plan efficiently and effectively. Job analysis an important practice widely used in today’s business. A thoughtful and carefully constructed job analysis process gathers information about the duties, responsibilities, and essential skills required to ensure that the proper persons are placed in the appropriate positions with the right qualifications to fulfill and perform the required job demands. Continue reading Job Analysis Process

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How far were the forces opposed to civil rights responsible for the failures of the civil rights movement in the 1960s?

Historians argue how far the forces opposed to the civil rights were responsible for the failures of the civil rights movement in the 1960s. The CRM was a social movement attacking racial and social discrimination against Black Americans in the southern and northern states. By 1960 the southern states was desegregated. The problems faced in the south were different to those of the north. The southern states suffered from legal inequality “separate but equal” whereas the North suffered from social inequality, unemployment and sanitation/ ghettoisation making it hard to find a blame for the situation, as the discrimination was not obvious. Continue reading How far were the forces opposed to civil rights responsible for the failures of the civil rights movement in the 1960s?