What's For Dinner?
Make dinner time, family time!
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If you enjoy giving gifts during the holidays, then you might be feeling pinched financially. Certain times of the year can strain the family budget, tax time is another. What other events or holidays can be financially challenging for families? How does your family plan for and deal with these occasions?
Did you balance out?
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Teachers will often place students into groups and ask them to work on a project together. Sometimes each student is given a sheet of facts, told to “Go!” with the fastest workers earning the most points. Other times a teacher may assign a chapter to be read and questions answered quietly, at your own desk. These three types of instruction are Cooperative, Competitive, and Individualistic styles of teaching.
It can be helpful to a learner to be aware of these different types of instruction. Think about past and present learning situations and determine which style of teaching each exemplifies. Your discussion can include any and all of the following:
Can you follow instructions?
Can you solve
Alex's Mystery Picture?