For the week 4 discussion, after you have read chapter 4 of the Tracey and Morrow text, please respond to the following question. Your responses should be at least 500 words and follow APA7 writing guidelines. You must first post your response, and then will be able to see what others have written. All learners must post to at least two colleagues’ postings to receive credit for the weekly discussion. The weekly discussion question(s) will open on the Friday before the next week, so you have time to work on them over the weekend. Each learner must post their initial response to the question(s) no later than WEDNESDAY of the week it is due, and then respond to two of your colleague’s postings. This is important, so you receive feedback from your colleagues. Just a reminder that completing the discussions are required by ALL learners and will only be open during that week. They will not be reopened.
What is Transactional/Reader Response Theory, and how is it reflected in reading instruction and reading research?
What are Psycholinguistic Theory and Whole Language Theory, and how are they reflected in reading instruction and reading research?
There is a book I have online that is used. The chapter can be sent!
- Describe 4 ways you can make deposits in other people’s emotional bank accounts.
- Explain Plato Knowledge and Reality and relate to the Socratic method.
- What matters is if the story has TIP CUP values.
- Write a paper explaining patients’ rights as it relates to choice of treatment, consent for treatment, and refusal of treatment.
- What is the legacy of colonialism according to the various authors that we have read (be sure to reference at least three)?
- Write an essay on why qualifying with your weapon is important in the army/military.
- Describe the internal and external criticism that is used to evaluate middle range theories”.
- Discuss the types of behaviors that are typically exhibited by a facilitator in team meetings.
- Describe a scene (specific place) you remember from your childhood.
- Explain how Peter Funt builds an argument to persuade his audience that the digital age is making it more difficult to preserve one’s memories.