the activity would be if you was in a group building the a card tower how do you think it would work.
1. Explain a developmentally appropriate goal or objective for a group of
children (cite text page and learning foundation) building
2. Provocation: Describe activity and intention for material chosen.
3. List materials needed
4. Identify at least one adaptation that could be made if needed during
5. External Environment:
a. What kind of mood, tone, atmosphere might this activity need
to be most significant to workers?
b. Where would be the best location for this experience?
c. What kind of furniture would be needed, if any?
d. What would the set up be like for inspiration for others to
identify with your objective, goal, and intent?
6. Role of the teacher: Identify and describe at least three roles the
teacher might focus on during this experience
7. List at least five open-ended questions that might stimulate or initiate
conversation between the worker
Describe what you understand “intersectionality” to be and then explain why you think that it either helps or hinders attempts for LGBTQ+ people to achieve equity with non-LGBTQ+ people today in America.
Identify a negative communication climate that you have in a close relationship.
List the confirming or disconfirming communications that created and
maintain this climate. Include verbal and nonverbal messages.
Explain how this climate impacts you. Would you like to maintain or change it?
Using skills learned throughout this semester, what can you do to improve this climate?
Explain how the Gibb categories of defensive and supportive behaviors impact this relationship.
Consider a conflict you encounter, or have encountered, within an interpersonal relationship, or your in-class group.
Briefly, describe the conflict.
What were the content and relational messages that you communicated to each other?
Explain how these relational and content messages contributed to the conflict.
What was your individual conflict style? How was that manifested?
What was your relational conflict style? How was that manifested?
Is this a style you find you frequently use during conflict?
How effective is this style for you?
Considering techniques described in the text, describe how the conflict could have been handled more effectively.
Consider what we’ve discussed regarding verbal communication and listening; what specific tools have you learned this semester that can be used to better handle conflict?
What role does perception play in the conflict?
What influenced your partner’s perception of the conflict?
Why is it important to understand these influences?
What tools have you learned this semester that can help you reduce the negative impact perception can have regarding conflict?
Talk about the judge, the attorneys, and the defendants and their families. Does the ideal stated in the text mesh with the realities of your court experience? What happened in the case or during your observations? Were you surprised by the outcome? Were the proceedings conducted fairly? Did you observe any bias? What was the racial composition of the participants? Did that have an effect on the outcome?
Did your understanding of the proceedings change from the beginning of the semester to the end of the semester?
What the theories or explanations do you have for your observed result or conclusion? Briefly discuss the opposing view and basis for it.
Support your position and analysis with the text or other research. Is there a school of thought that explains what you saw or the result?
State the strengths and weaknesses of your position.
What are the implications of your position?
What did you learn from this experience?