My original copy of Assignment # 3: Sundus Alhaji- 150 Assignment 3 The Professor’s grading and feedback for Assignment #3: sundus_A3rubric (1) My revised copy of Assignment # 3: Revised Version A Reflection On My Writing Revision After looking at the rubric and analyzing my written assignment, I have noticed that I lack some of the information about ISU being connected to the Reiman Gardens as wells as its mission and vision. Therefore, I supported that missing portion in the fifth paragraph which now focuses beyond the factual descriptions of the organization in itself.
In addition to looping the cables correctly, you should maintain an orderly work area by securing the cables to protect equipment and avoid accidents during production. Here are some tips to secure cables effectively. Be patient when handling audio video equipment: If you are in a hurry to set up production, you are more likely to create hazards on the sets. Investing a little extra time ensures that your crew and cast are safe. Your efforts to maintain a safe environment will result in fewer accidents and help you avoid lawsuits.
On June 3 1992, the legal decision of the Mabo case was made by the High Court, the highest court in Australia’s legal system (Webb, 2008). For thousands of years before the arrival of the British in 1788, Aboriginals and Torres Strait Islanders have had their strong connection to the Australian Land. When the British arrived in 1788, it was declared that the country was terra nullius (land belonging to nobody), which resulted to the absence of recognition towards the connection between the Aboriginals and Torres Strait Islanders and the Australian land. The declaration of terra nullius also resulted to the British taking land without agreement or payment towards the indigenous Australians (Webb, 2008).
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Learning Outcomes (1) I can calculate simple interest on loans, interest rates, time period and repayments Process success Criteria (2) I can put the question into context I can work out simple percentage I can change percentage to decimal I can use calculator effectively I can change the subject of the simple formula I can use substitution to do calculations I can work out the interest when given time periods other than years. Starter (3) Display a three part question on the board. Ask the students to work out: a) The percent of a given amount b)
HOW TEXTS OFFER SIMILAR YET DIVERSE PERSPECTIVES ON INDIGENOUS AUSTRALIANS’ EXPERIENCES The experiences Indigenous Australians go through impact their struggle to keep their cultural practises, land, rights and traditions alive. The specific 4 texts, ‘The Rabbits’ picture book by Shaun Tan, ‘No more boomerang’ by Oodgeroo Noonuccal, The Aboriginal Equation by Tamika Worrell and ‘Racism is Destroying the Australian Dream’ publicly stated by Stan Grant all tell different perspectives on Aboriginal peoples’ experiences while all having a main similarity; Something being taken away. The Rabbits, by John Marsden and Shaun Tan, is a picture book showing the Aboriginal people’s perspective towards the British Colonisers taking over their land and affecting the Indigenous people.
Residential Schools: The Aboriginal Cultural Genocide Culminating Research Essay Grade 10 History Annika Nerling 07/23/2015 Canada is known for being one of the most multicultural and diversely supportive countries in the world; but many Aboriginal people would argue that Canada was not always as “caring and free” as it is today. From 1870 until 1996, Canada’s government supported the use of residential schools throughout the country (MacDonald, 426). Residential schools were boarding schools that Aboriginal children were forced to go to by the Canadian government, so that they would assimilate the Aboriginal children into the same religion and culture as the European settlers in Canada. During their time in residential schools,
Residential schools were indubitably gruesome and immoral acts by the federal government to assimilate the Aboriginal culture to gain power. I was very surprised to learn that 150 000 Aboriginal children were forced to attend residential schools. It is crazy to fathom that so many human beings were tortured, neglected, abused and treated wrongfully while others let it happen for decades. I also found it surprising that the government surveyed the Aboriginal communities and the number one complaint was residential schools and yet no action was taken. If the federal government never intended to listen to the Aboriginals then why did they bother spending time doing surveys in the first place?
The article Rebuilt: How becoming part computer made me more human is about Chorost’s success on hearing his favorite piece of music when becoming deaf but also that led Chorost to explore new ideas triggered by lab research around the world. He started off with a computer in his head that enabled him to hear, it was also called the cochlear implant. Drawing on that experience, he then proposes that our Paleolithic bodies and our Pentium chips could be physically merged. After Chorosts’ failure on the trip to Dallas, he met up with a team of engineers at Advanced Bionics, sure enough he was able to listen to Bolero, his favorite piece of music.
The criminal justice system in any country should strive to ensure that all people are treated fairly under and before the law, but Canada’s legal system has undoubtedly failed Aboriginal People in this regard. This injustice toward Aboriginal People in Canada has centred around their disproportionate representation within the Canadian justice system in comparison to non-Aboriginal People. This issue has garnered attention in recent years as Aboriginal People are continuously overpoliced and overincarcerated, often without proper rehabilitation or community reintegration to prevent re-entry into the criminal justice system. The over-representation of Aboriginal People is a nationwide responsibility because it stems from Canada’s history of
Indigenous youth have not found their place in the world. Their pasts are lost to them due to colonialism and their futures are vague and not promising. As a former Indigenous youth I can attest to the despair that one feels when there seem to be little to no options left to you. Various Canadian studies indicate that Aboriginal youth are overrepresented at every stage of the criminal justice process. In many jurisdictions, the proportion of Aboriginal youth in custody far outstrips their representation within the overall population.
The narrator is visited by a friend from Sonny’s past and then after reaches out to his brother. Sonny invites him to come hear him play and that is when the narrator understands his brother and in turn understands he himself. James Baldwin was raised by a single mother and later stepfather who was a Baptist minister. He attended school in the Bronx and developed a passion for
The medical view challenges fundamental cultural values of the Deaf culture by undermining the importance of establishing a Deaf identity. Since its priority is to cure “Deafness” using medical interventions, young Deaf infants often do not often have a say in the auditory recovery treatments that will ultimately define their ways of life. Doctors and scientists alike are trained to think of ways to return the body to its most natural, fully equipped state and the inability to process auditory information is alarming because it deviates from their definition of a normal, healthy human being. Although the intentions of those in the medical field are not necessary maleficent, but the way in which they explain options to parents with a Deaf child
Three readings from this week, combined with the readings from last week of overarching themes, got me thinking about how I have been considering Indigenous student experiences. In fact, I have not given too much thought on the issue until I encountered it as one of the topics in a course last term. I found myself relating to Indigenous student experiences, in terms of learning needs, to a certain extent as a recent immigrant student from South Korea. That led me to enrol in this course, and I find this opportunity to be a good learning experience as each reading material presents me new insights about Indigenous student experiences. From the information presented in Pidgeon’s (2008) dissertation, I was quite frustrated how difficult