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...Great Expectations: Moral Judgment of Characters by the Reader Great Expectations, despite being primarily and almost exclusively concerned with a search for an identity in a rapidly industrializing Victorian world, shares something of the moral preoccupations of the picaresque. It is, in fact, chronologically located between the developments of these two generic types. Despite being set earlier in the century, his (Pip's) story is a record of mid-Victorian anxieties about male identity in a period of rapid industrial change and rampant individualism. (Waters 150) Pip's journey is thus a highly 'individual' journey, and...
Great Expectations - 1
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...Great Expectations in such a way that he evokes sympathy and praise from the readers on account of his innate goodness and kindness. The goodness of Magwitch remains hidden from the readers as well as from Pip, who was unaware for the longest time about his benefactor. Magwitch, though being an ex-convict, was a kind hearted and generous man. “As to all the rest, he was humble and contrite, and I never knew him complain.” (Dickens, 358) He had been through many sufferings in his life including the loss of his girl child, Estella. Dickens has revealed the strange working of fate through the character of Magwitch and his relationship... Abel Magwitch Dickens has artistically portrayed Abel Magwitch in...
Charles Dickens Great Expectations
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...Great Expectations Charles Dickens has been labeled both a master of characterization and a who creates caricatures meant to embody certain generic assumptions rather a writer capable of creating fully fleshed-out human beings. Regardless of which side of that fence a reader may find themselves standing, few would argue that Dickens' novels have been a primary contributor to the way that most people view Victorian England. Between Arthur Conan Doyle's stories of Sherlock Holmes pursing criminals through the back alleys of London and Dickens' stories of poor orphans struggling to survive, the image of Victorian England that is perhaps forever burned into...
Charles Dickens, Great Expectations
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...Great Expectations is like that of an iron maiden who attracts the love of her life by inflicting cruelty through manipulation and emotional trauma to Pip ( the main character and Estella’s love interest). The name Estella has a French origin, meaning “star”. The setting of this novel is Victorian England, where Dicken’s portrayed Estella as a well-educated lady who belongs to the upper-class society. As early as the age of three, she was raised by a bitter, rich woman named Miss Havisham instead of her father Magwitch since he was imprisoned. It would be incomplete to describe Estella’s character without mentioning the circumstances that surrounded Miss... The character Estella in the ic book Great...
Charles Dickenss Great Expectations
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...Great Expectations (REVISED) Chapters eight and 29 of Charles Dickens's Great Expectations are mirror reflections of each other. To portray how much Pip's mentality has changed from the time her was a young boy, Dickens uses Miss Havisham's home as the dominant scene in both chapters. Pip visits the eccentric Miss Havisham and her adopted child Estella for the first time in chapter eight. In chapter 29, as an adult, he makes yet another visit to the estate. Dickens sets up the chapters scene by scene: both entail Pip's arrival to the estate, his wanderings inside Miss Havisham's home, his encounter with Estella... remains the dreamer. He understands that money and class are important in...
Great Expectations Custom Alternate Ending
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...Great Expectations: Alternate Ending Chapter 59 For eleven years, I had not seen Joe nor of Biddy but I know they are living more peacefully than ever. I decided to visit pay them a visit, I arrived one evening in a cold December. Upon reaching Joe’s house, I couldn’t believe what I am seeing at the porch. A little figure sitting at my little stool next to the front door - it was me! Barely 10 year-old me! “His name is Pip as well. For your sake,” Joe said in the other corner of the porch, puffing smoke from his pipe. “We are hoping he will grow up like you, well, you’re the only boy I knew, and I want this young chap to be like you too.” The next day, I...
Great Expectations by Charles Dickens
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...Great Expectations – Charles Dickens Great Expectations is a novel written by Charles Dickens in the Victorian Era,whereby the elements of the era as well as the socio-economic revolution which takes place during the time is prevalent in the theme portrayed in the novel. Charles Dickens had himself undergone many different transformations in his life, where he had seen many ups and downs, and thus the protagonist of the novel i.e. Pip is merely the portrayal of himself in a way. Dickens had seen quite a hard life himself after which he eventually achieved success, thus being at a lower place in the social spectrum he had developed a strong sense of class system and acquired the quality... ? s School...
Great expectations Pip's journey toward self-discovery
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...Great Expectations is fine example of this genre in which the protagonist Pip takes this journey towards self-development and undergoes different stages of maturity from his naive childhood. The process takes places in three stages which have been described as self-mortification, self-gratification or self-interest and the ultimate... ? Pip’s journey towards self-discovery Introduction Bildungsroman is a genre that has been adopted from German tradition and is “characterized by thegrowth, education, and development of a character both in the world and ultimately within himself” (Kern 4). This type of novel features the “psychological and moral” growth of hero from his earlier part of life to mature age....
Great expectations and the secret agent
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...Great Expectations and The Secret Agent Great Expectations and The Secret Agent would, on superficial consideration, seem to have little in common with one another. The first, regarded as perhaps Dickens's greatest novel, is the story of the move from innocence to experience in the life of Pip, who eventually realizes that the gaining of great monetary expectations does not necessarily lead to happiness, despite the opinions of those around him. The novel deals with classic Dickensian themes of abuse of authority (Miss Havisham, Mrs. Joe, Publechook), the problems associated with an obsession with money... A Comparison of the treatment of innocence and experience, cynicism and moral conviction in Great ...
Great Expectations: The Farther and the Gentleman
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...Great Expectations: The Father and the Gentleman. Charles Dickens’s Great Expectations is one of the most popular ofthe author’s novels. Employing his usual literary technique of social realism, Dickens paints a realistic picture of the institutions and social realities of nineteenth century England, such as Newgate prison and the Victorian family. Dickens incorporates a biting humor which satirizes the social and class categories that prevail in Victorian England, as he draws his characters from various contrasting strata of society. The story explores personal relationships in the light of these social divisions, and...
Great Expectations and Life as a fruit
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...Great Expectations Thoughtful sadness, gloom and witty touches of irony join the reader in the winding journey Pip strives to complete in order to prove the authenticity of his hopes for better times to come. Great Expectations gives occasion to a reading which travels from one saddening setting to another, guided by the eyes of the same character. Pip lets us see images pervaded by his moods and his witnessing and understanding of others' moods. In other words, the general atmosphere mirrors the narrator's personal perspective on the events which build his life. The key to the specific melancholy atmosphere is given when the narrator notes... so as to remain together or to part is not the...
Dickens's Treatment of Education and Social Mobility in Great Expectations
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...Great Expectations came from Dickens in what can be said to be the autumn of his life. In this novel Dickens gives us Pip, an unlikely Dickensian hero, not a fiery and knightly hero like Nicholas Nickleby who successfully rescues his damsel in distress, or a cynical, given-to-drink yet self-sacrificing one like Sydney Carton. Pip, the protagonist of Great Expectations is not a hero at all in the true "heroic" sense : "Great Expectations is an intriguing narrative because the first person narrator is a flawed character who must be punished, but he is also a moral center of the text for the distribution of forgiveness. These circumstances call for a story far... 1 Introduction One of his last novels,...
Many feel the novel Great Expectations is autobiographical. Compare and contrast on the story Great Expectations events with eve
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...Great Expectations is autobiographical. Compare and contrast on the story Great Expectations events with events in Charles Dickens’s life” They say the word and the world are often intertwined together in an affirmative union that is subtle yet definitive at the same time. The word often reveals secrets of the world, both known and unknown, while the world inspires beauty and depth into the realm of the word. The relationship between the word and the world however, is one that is molded, shaped, influenced and affected by one entity – the writer. The writer’s genius determines how the word will represent the world, and it is his skill that ascertains how the world will interpret... “Many feel the novel...
Representation of Women in Charles Dickens Great expectations
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...Great Expectations In Charles Dickens’s Great Expectations, women are represented as stereotypically Victorian where the women are often confined to the house and raised to be the objects of men’s entertainment. The novel is set in Victorian-era England, and the representation of women throughout the story is reflected as such. Although the women are stereotypically Victorian, they are also depicted in very masculine and dominating ways as seen through the eyes of the protagonist, Pip. The women who influence Pip are not good role models for him and others around them. They have set standards for him that are unattainable and lead to an empty, unfulfilled... Representation of Women in Charles Dickens...
Expectations
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...Expectations By 23rd, January Setting standards and expectations in education is necessary, as this sets the pace for both teachers and students, making them work hard and perform according to the set standards. These standards in education comprise of the requirements and responsibilities of both the teacher and student in each of the subject they do in every grade. In California, the State Board of Education sets these education standards, covering kindergarten up to the high school level. The California Department of Education is responsible for ensuring that schools adhere to these standards. The advantage of all schools in a state... ? Hearst and California’s Standardized Test Scores and NCTM...
Charles Dickens's "Great Expectations." What is the Social Status in Great Expectation?
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...Great Expectations Social status plays a key role in our lives, how society sees us matters a lot. Great expectations is a classic novel which dwells more into social status and how it affects our lives. More light will be thrown upon the same in the following part of the paper. Great Expectations was written by Charles Dickens and it is regarded as one of his finest works ever. The protagonist in the novel is a small boy who matures and learns his traits as time passes by. The novel is all about Pip and how he advances in his life, in the opening few lines of the novel, Pip hardly has the desire for self improvement but as he comes in contact with Estella, he determines to get... ?Client’s 23 May Great...
Analyze life in America during the Great Depression as depicted in the works of John Steinbeck.
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...expecting that they would work as farmhands until they had saved enough money to buy their own farm” (Mink, Alice O'Connor, 302). Despite the fact that migrants from Oklahoma moved to California during the great depression, most of them were unsure of what the future held. However, they had no choice but to hold on to the little hope and faith they had that things would get better. This can be seen in ‘The Grapes of Wrath’ when... English Literature ic and Modern) 17 October An Analysis of life in America during the Great Depression as Depicted in the Works of John Steinbeck John Steinbeck was an American Writer. He is widely known for his works of literature particularly his book ‘The Grapes of Wrath’. ...
THE VICTORIAN AGES: discuss Charles dicken's representatiion of the natural world in the book GREAT EXPECTATIONS
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...Great Expectations by Charles Dickens Great Expectations by Charles Dickens is considered to be one of the best creations of his life. This story catches people’s hearts and leave remembrance there. One of the most important socio-psychological problems is raised in the novel. Dickens marks the question of materialistic disunity between higher rank people and common working class people. The story is written during Victorian era that is considered to be a changing period for Great Britain. This is the time of dilatation worldwide and becoming strong and powerful country. With the changing of economy and technical development people alter by themselves... Representation of a Natural World in Book Great...
2-3 paragraph discussing main conflict of the book Great Expectations by Charles Dickens
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...Great Expectations by George Orwell. You must state the category of conflict (man versus______; man, nature, self, or society. sometimes thaere can be more than one conflict, but usually one.You must also state how the conflict is developed throughout the book. This is accomplished by giving examples of the conflict from the story. Finally, you must clearly state the climax and the resolution of the conflict. Great Expectations has one of the most progressed characters ever to have been written. Pip is an orphan who grew up in the downside of life but as he naturally lives a life of dignity... Instructions: Write a two-three paragraph essay (at least 250 words) discussing the main conflict of the book...
Assess the importance of Chapter One in "Great Expectations" by Charles Dickens
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...Great Expectations draws a lot from the experiences of Dickens and portrays his own life, particularly the lack of family in a child’s life. It is about growing up, about parents and children and the difficult and sometimes hidden relationship between them. The first chapter lays the foundation and creates the atmosphere for the forthcoming incidents as the story unravels. It is a narration 28 years later and hence the recollections of the past are important for the development of the novel. Pip is an orphan who has had... Pip is the protagonist through whom Charles Dickens has narrated the story. The novel starts with Pip visiting the graveyard where his parents and five brothers have been buried....
Rewrite one page of Great Expectations in the style of Mrs. Dalloway
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...Great Expectations, I tried including some of the long, run-on sentences, one finds in Mrs. Dalloway. But every one remembered; what she loved was this, here, now, in front of her; the fat lady in the cab. Did it matter then, she asked herself, walking towards Bond Street, did it matter that she must inevitably cease completely; all this must go on without her... Insert [Insert A Modernist Retelling of Great Expectations1 “Enter,” said Miss Havisham. For she had the heard the boy cough at the door, and his one apologetic knock. She felt her ancient breath draw in once, sharply. A century old gasp, it seemed, she felt anticipation. Did this not take her back again to that day, to that very day that time...
Charles Dicken's Great expectations and Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bront. Novels Discussion and Analysis
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...great expectations” and Jane Eyre have their themes focused on self-identity and independent. The novelists studied here use the tones of a child’s imagination and dreams and the assertions of the adult mature self to reflect the complex and struggling nature of self- realization. These re-envision modes of self-representative writing are described as Bildungsroman. Great expectations. Great expectations by Charles dickens was written in an age of realism and the novel utilized... ). The novel focuses on pip the protagonist of the story who is also the narrator of the story, his chronological development from his childhood, the acquisition of his “great...
5 paragraph on main character, character traits, and development of character on Great Expectations by Charles Dickens
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...Great Expectations’ by Charles Dickens The novel “Great Expectations” by Charles Dickens is a ‘bildungsroman’. The novel presents a trajectory of the augmentation and growth of its protagonist, Phillip Pirrip. Phillip Pirrip is more popular with his name Pip. Pip plays a dual role in the novel. He is the protagonist of the novel whose actions help the plot to move forward. Also, Pip being the narrator of the novel helps to build and strengthen the perspective of the readers towards the novel. Therefore, comprehending Pip’s character traits is actually equivalent to complementing the novel. Pip has many characteristics which make him... Character Traits and Character Development of the Main Character of...
Robinson Crusoe, Pride and Prejudice, and Great Expectations offer various 'styles of masculinity' or ways of being a man in
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...Great Expectations Introduction In Dickens' Great Expectations, the masculine is treated in ways that are different from society at large. Specifically, at first, the masculine characters are victimized by domineering women, which is different from the Victorian ethos of men dominating women. Then, the masculinity of Pip is defined by his striving to get to another class, and, in this period, Pip represents society at large, in that society at large is ruled by class and government and, in the Victorian age, men. In the end, Pip's masculinity is defined by his being mature enough to know that class does not matter – goodness and decency are what matters... ?Masculinity in Pride and Prejudice and Great...
How effectiveley does great expectations the techniques from chapter one and two of understanding Film by Giannetti?
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...great amount of emotion has been juxtaposed with another in order to form a ‘visually creative and appealing design’, as per Giannetti. According to him, a ‘mise en scene analysis of any shot should contain fifteen elements’ right from the angle and the lighting of the shot, to the composition, contrast and density and the placement of the characters within the shot. A number of more elements... Here 15 February The World of Apu: Film Techniques Used by Satyajit Ray in accordance with Understanding Movies by Louis Giannetti The World of Apu by Satyajit Ray is a visual depiction of a young man’s journey as he goes through the various stages in his life. This film contains a very mixed array of emotions...
How effectiveley does great expectations the techniques from chapter one and two of understanding Film by Giannetti?
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...great amount of emotion has been juxtaposed with another in order to form a ‘visually creative and appealing design’, as per Giannetti. According to him, a ‘mise en scene analysis of any shot should contain fifteen elements’ right from the angle and the lighting of the shot, to the composition, contrast and density and the placement of the characters within the shot. A number of more... Here 15 February The World of Apu: Film Techniques Used by Satyajit Ray in accordance with Understanding Movies by Louis Giannetti The World of Apu by Satyajit Ray is a visual depiction of a young man’s journey as he goes through the various stages in his life. This film contains a very mixed array of emotions that have...
The nature of society, social class divisions, and upward mobility in Pride and Prejudice and Great Expectations
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...Great expectations are stories based in London written in the 18s. Pride and prejudice were written by Jane Austen while, on the other hand; Great expectation was prepared by Dickens. The later takes a comical approach while the former takes a logical enunciation of lessons from the content. This piece of work puts down an evidence-based comparison of the two pieces of work based on the nature of society, social classes and mobility. Discussion Nature of society Great expectations is based in a society that has activities involving crime, innocence, and guilt. It illustrates both convicts and lawyers who judge criminals in court hence an insinuation... Insert Introduction Pride and prejudice and Great...
The world lay spread before me (Vol.I, chapter xix). How does Dickens use narrative to explore the idea of great expectations in his novel?
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...great expectations’ in his novel? Charles Dickens through Pip, the Protagonist of GREAT EXPECTATIONS reveals the inner struggle that one faces in the quest for knowledge. This book is a reflection of Dickens own humble origins and the struggle, the shame and guilt that he had to encounter to evolve himself. Education comes at a price and the price that Pip had to pay was intense emotional and physical struggle (Lauren Smith 2004). Various ‘great expectations’ throughout the book have been proved false. I deliberated with an aching heart whether I would not get down when we changed horses... The world lay spread before me’ (Vol.I, chapter xix). How does Dickens use narrative to explore the idea of...
Using insight into historaical, social and cultural context write an essay regarding the expectations of pip in Charles Dickens 'Great expectaions.
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...Great Expectations Great Expectations by Dickens has been written in the style called “bildungsroman”, which is the story of the development and growth of a character to maturity. It usually shows the character as pursuing a quest and it begins from the childhood till adulthood. Similarly, Great Expectations traces the growth and development of the protagonist Pip as narrated in his voice. It presents the development of Pip from innocence to adulthood, carrying expectations and following them only to end in disappointments and growing mature. From being an innocent child,...
Societal expectations
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...expectations have any influence upon both children's and adult's choice of career? Discuss referring to gender and role conflict. People living in a society automatically start following a set of norms that prevails in that particular society, which may vary from one area to another. Sometimes these norms are set in accordance with the consent of all the people living with in or these are formed randomly seeing each other practicing certain attributes; but norms are always present. Here, it is important to realize that a society is segregated among genders and the social order... ? Sociology This paper will address four questions that are under consideration, in a sequence wise manner. Do societal...
Work Expectations
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...expectation about work in the real world when we are still in school. We cannot be blamedbecause our parents and school painted an ideal picture about work that does not reflect realities. In school, we are taught about theories and concepts that are supposed to help us do an effective job under the assumption that work is ideal which is always not the case. I am not saying that school does not prepare us well in real world work but rather, it is often inadequate to prepare us in real work. Our academic preparation in school is often based on the ideal and this must be balanced with the realities of the workplace which helps us have a grasp about realities... and better adapt to real life...
Communicating Expectations
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...Expectations Introduction Experts that when high expectations are demanded of people, they tend to perform better (Terence & Denise 2003, 229). On the other hand, when people have low expectations of themselves, their level of performance tends to decrease. This phenomenon is commonly referred to as the Pygmalion effect. In real life, I have personally had an encounter with the Pygmalion effect. This paper will discuss how high expectations pout on me by a manager led me to perform better. The Situation At my workplace, I was charged with the duty of preparing worksheets and assigning duties to a group of workers. The work involved scheduling work and filling worksheets. Based... Communicating...
Write a short play based on the opening scene of Great Expectations, 1946 by Charles Dickens, capturing the same atmosphere as the original film.
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...Great Expectations, 1949 by Charles Dickens (The very cold night air brushes briskly at Pip’s young face as he looks intently at the tombstones before him. His mind is filled with many thoughts recalling his past. His parent’s graves ignited a desire in him to know what kind of life his parents lived. He yearned to even their physical appearance since he never saw them. He is filled with grief and starts to cry. Suddenly from among the graves comes a thundering voice.) MAN FROM GRAVES: Hey you!!! What are you doing over there? PIP: (trembling with fear) Nothing sir. MAN FROM GRAVES: (approaching) I will cut your throat you little rascal. PIP: Oh please, do not do it, sir. I have... Opening Scene of Great ...
Teachers expectations influence students
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...expectation Effect. Retrieved from http://www.bestyears.com/expectations.html (April 20 2000) Expectations for Students. Retrieved from http://www.kidsource.com/kidsource/content4/student.expectations.html Bruns C., McFall ,L.,McFall M., Persinger T., Vostal B. (December 6, 2000) Great Expectations? An Investigation of Teacher Expectation Research. Retrieved from http://www.users.muohio.edu/shermalw/edp603_group2-f00.html Bestelementaryschools (2010). Improving education through expectations. Bestelementaryschools.com. Retrieved from http://bestonlineelementaryschools.com/2010/10/improving-education-through-expectations/... Teacher’s Expectations Influence Submitted to,...
'The novel guides readers to make moral judgements about characters while allowing sympathetic involvement in their experiences'. Discuss the extent to which you agree with this statement in relation to Great Expectations
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...Great Expectations: Moral Judgment of Characters by the Reader       Great Expectations, despite being primarily and almost exclusively concerned with a search for an identity in a rapidly industrializing Victorian world, shares something of the moral preoccupations of the picaresque. It is, in fact, chronologically located between the developments of these two generic types. Despite being set earlier in the century, his (Pip’s) story is a record of mid-Victorian anxieties about male identity in a period of rapid industrial change and rampant individualism. (Waters 150) Pip’s journey is thus a highly ‘individual’ journey,...
Different and expectations
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...expectations The characteristics of leaders worldwide are not standardized. In fact, it seems that social and cultural trends in each society influence the expectations that people have from their leaders. This fact is made clear by referring to the leadership style expected in each of the following societies: Greek, Persian and Chinese. The expectations that people in each society have for their leader are related primarily to local ethics and culture. A key example for understanding the expectations that people in Greece have for their leaders is the case of a popular politician of modern Greece: Andreas Papandreou. Mr Papandreou had excellent educational background and he... Leaders - different...
Expectations from college experiences
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...EXPECTATIONS FROM COLLEGE EXPERIENCES Colleges present prospective with wide-ranging choices with respect to curricular and extracurricular activities; hence, it would be prudent to put forth one's expectations of college and campus experience so that the choices and facilities offered by the college are in accord with and appropriate towards fulfilling the expectations and gaining a college degree successfully. While student expectations may be of significance to college authorities, I believe clearly stated expectations influence student experiences, as they would help them in determining what is worth...
Path and Culture expectations
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...Expectations Path and Culture Expectations American women have worked in law enforcement since the start of the 19th century; however, the role of women in law enforcement has mainly been subordinate. This is because, over the years, women used to be mostly relegated to jobs such as clerical jobs. In the recent past, the role of women in American law enforcement has changed remarkably, and this has led to the emergence of women as detectives and cops. As a result of affirmative action and civil rights movement, as well as the work of feminists, women have managed to work in some positions initially held by men only. Despite the fact that women take part in law enforcement... and Culture Expectations...
Hope vs Expectations
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...expectations converge to become common goals. That is the reason that effective team work constitutes one of the most important factors that make valuable contribution to the organization promoting a sense of togetherness and collective responsibility that reflects in the increased output and improved performance of the organization. Indeed, the author has shown that each person has the potential to achieve great heights of personal and professional success if they are able to overcome their negative feelings. People have great potential and their inherent creativity can be exploited by good leaders through effective communication and...
Course Expectations and Goals
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...Expectations and Goals This in technical writing will help my petroleum engineering major in a number of different ways. I take great pride in any work that I perform so learning the skill of writing will assist me to communicate better on a piece of paper. Even though I am currently not in a job, I will one day hopefully have a job where I can put my technical writing skills to good use. This semester, I expect that I will learn a great deal from your class because I have heard many great things about the way that you teach. Even though I cannot be sure what grade I will attain, I know that if I can try my best then I will get the grade I deserve. I have not always been an A student... , but...
The Audit Expectations Gap
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...Expectations Gap The Audit Expectations Gap s The new era of globalise businesses and increased awareness in the stakeholders have given importance to the notion of auditing. The execution of the notion will have important consequences for investors, companies, and, critically, for the stock and other financial markets of UK. With the increasing globalisation when every country can be seen as an opportunity for the investors the lack of understanding of effective auditing can adversely effect the investment intentions of investors. The discussion about auditing gap is based on the hypothesis that it was not the failure of auditing mechanisms or the expectation gap, which lead... Running head: The Audit...
Roles Expectations and Competencies
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...Expectations and Competencies Competency and Responsibility ments of NCHEC and NLN Nurse educators are accountable for developing an environment in the clinical settings, classrooms and laboratories in order to assist students’ learning and facilitate the students to attain the required cognitive, affective and psychomotor results. In order to be successful in the field of nurse educator, competencies and responsibilities have been mentioned in National Commission for Health Education Credentialing, Inc. (NCHEC Inc.). The nurse educator must be a ‘Certified Health Education Specialist’ with appropriate certification standards. Furthermore, responsibilities such as promoting professionals... ? Roles...
Customer Expectations & Environment Analysis
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...Expectations & Environment Analysis. Introduction In this report we would like to address issues of an investment team who is planning to purchase the property in Lausanne, Switzerland. They wish to establish a hotel at the site maintaining the external shell of the building. This report will be covering the following areas: Description of the proposed offering. Definition of our suggested target market with justification. Clarification of the broad customer expectations from such a development. Suggested branding and positioning with justification (including appropriate pricing levels). The property The property itself is located at 45 Avenue de la Gare,...
Classroom Management - Setting Expectations
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...Expectations Setting high expectations for is crucial to developing high-performing who exhibit strong academic performance and positive classroom conduct. Students have an excellent sense of how high, or low, a teacher's expectations are for students and respond with a corresponding effort. The following standards would show high expectations for a 10th grade history class: 1. For group work, all students will be contributors. Groups should assign each student a specific job, such as materials gatherer, scribe, or discussion leader, but should also contribute to other parts of the group's work. At the teacher's discretion, students who are observed failing to participate... room Management - Setting...
Classroom Management - Setting Expectations
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...Expectations for a 5th Grade To determine room behavioral expectations and consequences, teachers must first decide what their goals are regarding student conduct. Rules that facilitate those goals must be clearly defined by the teacher and communicated to students and their parents in written and verbal forms. Teachers must explain their goals, why the rules and procedures exist, and how students can meet teacher expectations. This information should be posted on the classroom walls, handed out to students, and sent home to parents. Teachers must also decide a reasonable system of consequences and rewards to promote the best behavior from students (Marzano, Pickering, Arredondo... Communicating...
Behavioral Expectations and Consequences
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...expectations and consequences Presented Behavioral expectations and consequences A. My area of specialization: Social Sciences 1. In-class activities: students will be required to involve in activities requiring the use of their minds and creativity. Activity 1. The teacher will show a picture of any social setting without any words written in explaining the scenario. The picture may involve several people quarreling, some pictures with a low degree of confusion, a family in their home setting, or any picture in communal setting that portrays several events happening while no words should be used in this photo. As Emmer, Evertson, & Worsham (2006) elaborate, students have to train... ? Behavioral...
RELATIONSHIPS AND EXPECTATIONS
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...Expectations al Affiliation Relationships and Expectations Describe how Christy can handle the situation better the next time she encounters a Romani patient. After supposedly being exposed to the in-service seminars aimed at developing cultural competency in the health setting, as conducted by Jacqueline Strong, Christy can handle the situation better the next time she encounters a Romani patient by doing the following: (1) being courteous in communicating with the members of the family, especially being made aware of the male member who is identified to be the decision-maker; (2) ensuring that an allotted room for the family members are provided and appropriate sanitary... , Christy must be...
Expectations and Format
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...Expectations and Format Expectations and Format Each and every country that aims for stability and growth in the health sector is governed by stringent reforms. The healthcare reform is a combination of various laws and legislations that have been enacted and joined to form the law. This is with due regard to the ever increasing need to enjoin new policies observed in the healthcare sector. The Medical Part D coverage gap falls in the centre between the set out prior coverage limit, and the threshold set out to deal with catastrophes (Department of Health and Health Services, 2010). This is in the Medicare Part D program created and set out by the federal...
Classroom Management: Setting Expectations
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...Expectations To convey expectations and explain procedures to teachers should use a three-step process, according to renowned educator Harry Wong (1991, p. 176). The first step is to state your expectations clearly and simply to the students. Then, explain the procedure by stating, modeling, and demonstrating it. Rehearse the procedure to give students time to practice meeting your expectations and following the rules. Then reinforce the classroom procedure consistently until it becomes a habit or routine for students. For example, behavior expectations for in-class activities could include ways to quiet a class during cooperative learning so the teacher can make an address... room management: Setting...
Interpreting Policies and Expectations
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...Expectations Interpreting Policies and Expectations An Overview of the This starts on 07/01/13 and ends on 08/25/13; the week 6 date is 08/05/13 and the day 5 is 08/09/2013. For this course, there are 3 credits in 8 weeks. The 6th Edition of the APA Manual is required for the course. Discussion posting is one of the key requirements of this course and successful organization of discussion posting is vital to achieve the course objectives. The major purpose of the discussion posting to enable the candidate to effectively exchange ideas between his/her colleagues engaged in scholarly research works. Evidently, discussion posting aims to assist the candidate to acquire new... ? Interpreting Policies and...
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