The Boys & Girls Club serves the youth to enable them to reach their full potential by providing them services to enhance their personal development and leadership skills, character building, education, and career goals. (few spaces back) 1 out of every 5 children is living in poverty, 15.1 million children get left home unsupervised every day, 3p.m to 7p.m Juvenile crime rates escalate, 3 out of 10 kids are obese or overweight, and 1 out of 5 students will not graduate on time. This is why organizations such as the Boys & Girls Club that provides activities for the youth is very essential to the urban community. Without youth programming in the urban communities it can be the cause of the decline in the youth development, increase violent acts, and sexual evolvement.
Theme is defined as the underlying meaning in a work of literature. Authors develop theme to connect literature to our daily lives. “The Scarlet Ibis” by James Hurst, “A and P” by John Updike, and “Cold Equations” by Tom Goodwin, all have different themes, but place an important emphasis on the heartache and pain caused by learning the truths in life. In these short stories, each character has a realization about life and it changes their future perspective on the world.
All three of these themes come together to make the message of conflict and resolution to the reader. The novel wasn’t the greatest novel to read. The author had many things and subjects going around with sudden plot twists, which complicated the story and confused the reader. Although the author does an excellent job of sending the message that all conflict has a resolution that will solve the conflict you just have to find which way works for you, telling the truth, not incriminating someone unless it concerns you or rivalry is your rivalry good or bad? This theme come together and makes the reader take the message easier and is able to use it in every day
The author uses a theme to convey the central idea of the importance and effects of a person’s individuality on both their freedom and euphoria. Examples can be found in the text that clearly shows how the author uses a theme to develop the central idea
Group learning was imperative for my growth as an individual in a society where working with others is inevitable, and an essential ability. Knowing this, I am going to communicate this as much as I can to any students I encounter who are anti-group
For example, bullying, intimidation, threats of violence and anti-social behaviours between peers and towards members of the public have been common features. The positive action taken by staff challenges poor, disrespectful behaviour and educates the young people about acceptable and unacceptable behaviours thus reinforcing clear routines and boundaries. This also helps the young people to settle down into home life. It also enables them to take responsibility for their actions and focus on their individual goals. The young people are responsive to staff praise, which boosts their self-esteem and is showing positive signs of improved
Community work is an essential part of social work. It has been defined as “the process of assisting people to improve their own communities by undertaking autonomous collective actions.”(Twelvetrees, 2001) It entails getting the support of communities members to undertake projects or tasks that would be beneficial for the community. In community work, workers “operate as facilitators with people in relation to what those people decide to become involved with.”(Twelvetrees, 2001) It takes special skills to work within communities especially if the community is not very open to suggestions and the issue to be addressed is sensitive. To be effective in community work, it takes a collaborative effort and partnership to bring about changes and advance the community. When working with communities, the planned change model as developed by Kirst-Ashman & Hull (2009) is a tool that can be utilized.
One common theme throughout the book is that, an Individual's choice has consequences. This theme is shown throughout the book from multiple devices. Imagery is a strong device used by many authors to visually describe a literary work. In the other Wes Moore, imagery
I have worked to safeguard children and promote their welfare, which includes protecting them from maltreatment or things that are bad for their health or development; and making sure they grow up in circumstances that allow safe and effective care. I work in partnership with service users to support social integration, empowering them to lead meaningful and purposeful lives: promoting health outcomes, resilience, peer support, employment opportunities and self-determination. I am excited at the possibility to develop new skills, undertake more training and willing to take on any new challenge such as urine screening and handling body fluid
The purpose of group learning and development is to ensure that all learning styles are catered for and the ultimate goal of sharing knowledge is achieved. When using a group to deliver something new each individual can call on a fellow participant to confirm understanding. 1.2 Explain why delivery of learning and development must reflect group dynamics When delivering to a group it is important to consider, what is the normal behaviour within the group? Who plays what role?
This underlying theme significantly contributes to the overall storyline providing a unique characterization to each character, allowing the reader to really experience the character’s emotional development through the novel. The theme of love can be identified from the very beginning of the novel.
Introduction To date I have completed three classes and one group facilitation exam for this semester. The aim of this assignment is to demonstrate my personal and professional learning for the duration of the module. It will discuss the definition of group work; how I planned for my group exercise; it will outline my learning as a facilitator and observer for a thirty minute exercise. I will use Bruce Tuckman 's five stage group development model to outline the stages of the group process.