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What is video modelinglinks to an external site.: this site provides basic information on video modeling and how to use it.

THE QUESTIONS THAT NEEDS TO BE ANSWERED ARE ATTACHED IN THE DOCUMENT BELOW, HERE ARE THE RESOURCES:
 VIDEOS:
 
Website describing Video ModelingLinks to an external site.
Video ModelingLinks to an external site.
Social Skills using Video Modeling – Starting a ConversationLinks to an external site.
Social Skills Apps
Social Skills App for Children & Teens with Social Behaviour Issues including Aspergers ADD/ADHDLinks to an external site.
Sosh: App to Improve Social SkillsLinks to an external site.
Social Skills Video Lessons: Lets be Social – an iPad AppLinks to an external site.
Eating at the Table Social Story VideoLinks to an external site.
iTouchiLearn Life Skills: Visual Schedules, Reward Charts & Training AppLinks to an external site.
Autism Visual Schedule Life Skills TrainingLinks to an external site.
Choiceworks | EdTech Tuesday | Professional DevelopmentLinks to an external site.
READINGS:
 
hapter and Presentations
Dell Chapter 7 Textbook PresentationActions
Modeling for Students with Autism and Other Disabilities
What is Video ModelingLinks to an external site.: This site provides basic information on video modeling and how to use it.
Be Like Buddy Videos Website:Links to an external site. Here you will find more information on the Buddy videos along with step/star sheets that can be downloaded and used with the various videos.
Websites
Social Skills Apps for Kids with Special NeedsLinks to an external site.
8 types of Visual Schedules (low tech)
 

Does the author or speaker remain respectful of each perspective even if his/her preference is clear?

Watch the video and answer the following questions below 200 words in MLA format within 24 hours.

 
Although the text or video you will analyze will not follow the outline for writing a Rogerian Argument work for ENGL 1213, the text or video will contain the main elements of a Rogerian Argument. As a student, the purpose of doing this textual analysis is for you to practice recognizing the elements of a Rogerian Argument so that you can incorporate them into the work you will begin to write next week.  In particular, notice how both sides of an issue are presented fairly, and how the writer or speaker presents a compromise or solution that helps both parties move forward.
You will need to recall textual analysis terminology (claim, sub-claims, evidence) in order to complete this exercise. A PDF and video are in this week’s materials to help you review these concepts. 
Instructions: 
Each of the questions below corresponds to a particular section of the Rogerian Argument outline, although the sections may not appear in this order in the text or video being analyzed. Use this exercise to analyze how a Rogerian Argument can help groups caught in disagreement to move towards a solution or compromise and use what you learn when you write your work
Initial Post: Answer the following questions in your initial post. Properly introduce and punctuate direct quotes using the correct MLA-style format. Do not use first- or second-person pronouns.
What is the main problem/issue addressed in this text or video? When, where, and how did this problem arise, and who or what is affected by it? 
What is the main claim of each of the two (or more) positions on this issue currently? 
Does the author or speaker seem to prefer one perspective over the other? Does the author or speaker remain respectful of each perspective even if his/her preference is clear? What types of evidence does the author or speaker use to show that each perspective has validity? (see “Terminology for Textual Analysis” PDF in the Learning Materials section).
Does the author or speaker concede to some aspect of the perspective that he/she doesn’t prefer? Identify a phrase or sentence that indicates the author’s or speaker’s respectful concession and quote it. Integrate the quote into a complete sentence and insert a correct parenthetical citation. 
What kinds of contrast words/phrases does the author or speaker use to show that he/she doesn’t prefer this perspective (although, however, despite, unfortunately, on the other hand, etc.)
What goal or value does the author or speaker identify as being shared by both sides?
What solution or compromise does the author or speaker propose? What type of claim does the author or speaker use when proposing their solution or compromise?

Also need assistance on how to form a well- written thesis statement for this topic.

Need assistance on how to properly write an English composition on the process of how the bad habit of slouching is developed. Also need assistance on how to form a well- written thesis statement for this topic. The composition must be a minimum of 700 words and no fewer than five paragraphs. Must send Turnitin report.

4 items for transition social studies (8 points) 4.

 Assignment 3 Cyril Potter College of Education Home To School Transition (EDU 112) Anthology of Transition Songs and Rhymes (40 marks) Assignment Type: Individual Title: Making Smooth Transitions Transitions occur not only from one setting to another, but also within the setting from one activity to another. Teacher candidates are required to compile an anthology of songs and rhymes that help students become aware of the many transitions that occur in the school setting daily. According to the American dictionary- an anthology is a collection of songs, poems etc by writers. 1. 4 items for transition to Mathematics (8 points) 2. 4 items for transition Language (8 points) 3. 4 items for transition Social Studies (8 points) 4. 4 items for transition Science (8 points) 5. 4 Transition items (8 points) • one for transition from large group to small group • one for transition from school to home, • one for transition from home-to-school, • one for transition to quiet time (in the nursery setting) or before lunch time (in the Primary setting) Points to note • Include at least on original composition of a song or rhyme in each set. • Be sure to label each section. eg: Songs and rhymes for transition to Mathematics (2 points will be awarded for each piece submitted totaling 8 points per set) 

Write a brief response (300 words minimum) summarizing the multiple viewpoints associated with your topic (both for and against/pro and con).

write a brief response (300 words minimum) summarizing the multiple viewpoints associated with your topic (both for and against/pro and con). At the end of your response, present your own opinion on the topic in the form of your thesis statement or arguable claim. 
topic: public transportation

Do you have any associations you thought about after you read the short story? *make sure work is 100% plagiarism free 250 words

1.) What do you think the author’s message is in the short story? 
2.) Do you have any associations you thought about after you read the short story? 
*make sure work is 100% plagiarism free
250 words

Describe the question in the activity for which you felt least prepared and explain why it was difficult for you.

Power Verbs
The creation of the resume serves the valuable purpose of providing an inventory of your unique and compelling contributions. It is a summary of your brand and acts as your one-page marketing campaign, a tradition still honored and recognized in the 21st-century workplace. Make your resume stand out by using the most powerful verbs you can to describe your achievements.
Instructions:
Participate in the Active Verbs activity in the topic “Writing a Winning Resume” of the Unit 2 Learning Content.

Discuss your experiences as you worked through that activity.
Describe the question in the activity for which you felt least prepared and explain why it was difficult for you.
Describe the most important takeaway from the experience.

Detail how you will use what you learned in this unit and the Active Verbs activity to promote yourself in your cover letter, resume, and responses to interview questions. Use 2 external sources to support your response.
Please be sure to validate your opinions and ideas with citations and references in APA format.

Double-space, even the works cited page.

Read Eating Asian America- Chapters (EAA ch. 9) pp. 186-204 and (EAA ch. 15) pp 288- 302 
THE BOOK IS ATTACHED 
Please answer all the questions adjacent to the questions/argument types from how to write a critical analysis. (1–2-page MLA format). 
1)  the important concepts and terms of the readings
2)  the most important arguments of the readings
3)  the parts of the readings they found confusing or unclear
4)  how this reading relates to previous class readings, lectures, and discussions
You do not need to have a work cited page unless you have outside materials. Please let me know if you have questions.
Writing Expectations- See attached MLA Format: Everything You Need to Know Here (easybib.com) 
Use a white 8 ½ x 11” margin. Make 1-inch margins on the top, bottom, and sides. The first word in every paragraph should be indented one-half inch. Indent set-off or block quotations one-half inch from the left margin. Use any type of font that is easy to read, such as Times New Roman. Make sure that italics look different from the regular typeface. Use a 12-point size. Double-space, even the Works Cited page. Leave one space after periods and other punctuation marks, unless your instructor tells you to leave two spaces.