Mae C. Jemison was one most famous women in science. She is the first African-American to be a astronaut. She was chosen in the NASA training program in June 4, 1987. After more than one year of training, Mae C. Jemison she was chosen to earn the title of the science mission specialist. On September 12, 1992 with six other astronauts she flew into space.
Who would imagine kids raising kids, it’s ridiculous right? I see so many teenage girls walking around my high school with round bellies and no baby daddies, probably because don’t know who it is but that’s besides the point. On the movie Mean Girls the P.E teacher was teaching sex education telling the students that “ if you have sex you will get pregnant and die” wish girls took that seriously. I just have a problem with teen pregnancy because it has become something that the media is covering and makes movies and TV shows out of it.
Lewis was born on Aug 18 1774 grew up near Charlottesville VA on locust hill with his parents William and Lucy Meriwether. Lewis´s father died while serving in the continental army in 1779 so Lewis´s mother married John marks then relocated to georgia where he spent 7 years there and developed a love for the wilderness. In 1801 near Ivy Virginia Lewis was asked by President Thomas Jefferson to be his personal secretary he shaped our country 's past he explored the west of america and made contact with Native americans he died on October 11 1809 he killed himself. Lewis was raised by Lucy meriwether and John marks (William Meriwether dies while serving the continental army) Lewis went to Washington and lee university until the age
Last night, on September 12th, by 1337 Elington drive, Ms.Adela Strangeworth’s roses were supposedly vandalized by an unknown towns person. There has been speculation as to why a towns person vandalized Ms.Adela Strangeworth’s roses. Townspeople have recently called out Ms. Strangeworth for harassment in the form of letters that she sent them anonymously, and townsperson angered by Ms.Strangeworth’s letters most likely ruined her flowers. The roses were allegedly cut down with a knife or a similar sharp object and damaged by a lot of force. A few hours after Ms.Adela Strangeworth reported the incident, most townspeople were aloof about the matter, while others were sympathetic.
Laurel Thatcher Ulrich uses Martha Ballard’s diary to portray life in rural New England in the late 1700 and early 1800’s. Using this diary and other historical material she recreates the 27 years of life that Martha has disclosed in her diary. By using Martha’s life and words she recreates what living was like during the pre-industrial era. She features the role that midwives and women in general played in the economical survival of families during this era.
As a young girl, Amy Carmichael was very involved in the ministry. Growing up in a religious family helped mold her into what she would grow up to be. Amy, a young girl with a servant’s heart, devoted her life to helping others, especially other girls and women. This prepared her for the next fifty she would spend on the mission field. Because she was involved in the ministry at an early age, Amy Carmichael became one of the greatest missionaries and left behind an amazing legacy.
Marion Jones might not be as much of a known name as it was somewhat fifteen years ago. On October 12, 1975, Marion Jones was born in California. Jones knew she wanted to go to the Olympics at a young age. Marion would eventually get her chance to be an Olympian. Although, it might not turn out the way she’d planned.
On October ninth, I visited Sally Linfield’s Art class at Oakridge Middle School, here in Collier County, Florida. The school is well decorated with many of the student’s artwork displayed at the entrance and along the paths to the classes. The school has a nice atmosphere and was built with a large courtyard with foliage in the center for an open air setting. It had a feeling of tranquility, although the students were moving from class to class. Located a few doors down from the office, Ms. Linfield’s class is a large room with one wall of windows to let the sun shine through.
Tests and Observations His speech, language, and play skills were assessed through observation of his interaction with his mother, and through informal assessment through play, singing of action songs, imitation, and picture naming tasks. BEHAVIOR His behavior was observed through the session. He exhibited poor to fair overall working behavior during play tasks and semi-structured tasks, and as observed with his interaction with his mother.
Imogene King is one of many influential women to make a lasting impact on nursing. The theory of goal attainment, a theory she created, is a middle-range theory that discusses the influence nurses and patients collectively have on goal setting. For anyone in the healthcare field, King’s theory is important in that it helps healthcare workers understand the way they should interact with patients; the theory also discusses individualized goals for the patient. Healthcare is always changing; however, one thing that has not changed is the notion of setting goals and evaluating the patient’s achievements. King “urged nursing professionals to focus on the organization of nursing knowledge, arguing that a theoretical body of knowledge was necessary