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What is phonemic awareness?How are oral language development and phonological awareness interrelated?

What is phonemic awareness? Define and explain (2). What is phonological awareness? Define and explain. Use your CORE book and resources in this module to write up a complete explanation. Include all the components of phonemic and phonological awareness. Make sure to list the components separately and include a definition for each, a brief explanation for each, and any additional information for each of the components.

How are oral language development and phonological awareness interrelated? (You may want to refer to what you learned in the previous module, Oral Language Development, and what you are learning in this module, Phonological Awareness, to help you compose your response to this question)
Discuss some activities in a classroom that would support/teach students phonemic/phonological awareness. Name and explain two classroom strategies that would benefit students learning phonemic/phonological awareness.
What is Dyslexia? (2) What are the best strategies to use with students with Dyslexia? (3). Why? Explain. (4) Explain the relationship between phonemic awareness and dyslexia
What is UDL? (2) How do these strategies help learners? (3). Give one example.

LINKS TO BE USED AND CITED/REFERENCED:

http://www.readingrockets.org/helping/target/phonologicalphonemic

http://www.readingrockets.org/article/why-phonological-awareness-important-reading-and-spelling

https://dyslexiaida.org/multisensory-structured-language-teaching-fact-sheet/

https://www.edutopia.org/article/accommodating-students-dyslexia?gclid=EAIaIQobChMI9bOT-6XY3wIVA1uGCh2DXgWYEAAYAiAAEgIVIfD_BwE

https://www.understood.org/en/school-learning/for-educators/universal-design-for-learning/understanding-universal-design-for-learning

http://www.fldoe.org/core/fileparse.php/7690/urlt/0070131-phonoman.pdf

Phonemic Awareness vs. Phonological Awareness

About Dyslexia

Frequently Asked Questions

https://dyslexiaida.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/DITC-Handbook.pdf

https://improvingliteracy.org/state-of-dyslexia/florida

https://fiu.instructure.com/courses/134445/files/21342307/preview

https://www.readingrockets.org/article/universal-design-learning

https://www.readingrockets.org/article/5-examples-universal-design-learning-classroom

 

Describe the organizational structure at this consulting firm and how it affects employee behavior.Describe how the changes to the organization’s culture might affect employee behavior.

Consulting Firm’s Lost Paradise

Describe the organizational structure at this consulting firm and how it affects employee behavior.

Provide a definition of the type of structure in the organization.

Explain how the structure affects employee behavior.

Describe how the changes to the organization’s culture might affect employee behavior.

Provide a recommendation for any adjustments you think need to be made at this organization based on the readings and explain why.

What is the difference between the way the word “theory” is used by laypersons, and the way developmental psychologists use it?

Assignment 1: Short Response

What is the difference between the way the word “theory” is used by laypersons, and the way developmental psychologists use it?

How are developmental theories useful to educators, parents, and other professionals?

What is the difference between the term “sensitive period” and the term “critical period”? Why is this difference important to educators and other professionals who work with children?

What are some “what” and “why” child development questions you might be interested in studying?

Discuss (1) your view on shape and timing of child development and (2) how your view impacts your practices in dealing with children.

What are the most important factors in determining how a child turns out as an adult?How, if at all, do people change in the way they experience and handle emotion over their school years?

Personal Essay

What are the most important factors in determining how a child turns out as an adult?

How do children’s minds grow and change over time?

What is the role of teachers in helping children build a brain?

How do children and/or adolescents come to a sense of who they are?

What roles do “nature” and “nurture” play in human development?

How, if at all, do people change in the way they experience and handle emotion over their school years?

How do children learn to regulate their own behavior?

What is the influence of peer groups on children?

If children have challenges in their early lives (for example, alcoholism in the family, poverty, abuse or neglect, and the like) does this mean that they are going to have difficulties later? If so, what kind of difficulties and why? If not, why not?

Which organization type (based on structural attributes) would you want to work for?Which type of organization will be around in the long term, in your opinion?

Organization Structure

Do some research on the Internet and explain what a flat organization structure refers to. Then provide an example and explain why it is considered flat.

Which type of organization will be around in the long term, in your opinion?

Which organization type (based on structural attributes) would you want to work for?

East coast vs west coast rappers i.e, tupac shakur, biggie smalls, snoop dogg, dr dre, NWA. Death row records and how it began, whom manages it now. Rap during the 80’s-90’s. Is east vs west still a thing in todays society?

West coast vs East coast rap

East coast vs west coast rappers i.e, tupac shakur, biggie smalls, snoop dogg, dr dre, NWA. Death row records and how it began, whom manages it now. Rap during the 80’s-90’s. Is east vs west still a thing in todays society?