Writing Styles

In your critique, reflect on the issues/situations described in the article and

In your critique, reflect on the issues/situations described in the article and explore how they apply to your own school setting; generalize the ideas, concepts, and perspectives for your school district. Articulate how you, as the school principal/leader, will address the issue(s) raised or studied, including creating a positive, collaborative, and equitable culture that communicates …

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Topic #2: Both Sundiata and Popol Vuh deal centrally with a heroic quest. Unit

Topic #2: Both Sundiata and Popol Vuh deal centrally with a heroic quest. Unit 1’s introduction to the Five Great Themes of World Literature states with regard to the hero: “The surest way to understand what a culture of the past most values is to focus on what it considers heroic, in that a culture …

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The critique should include major points made by author(s), description of the m

The critique should include major points made by author(s), description of the main points in your own words, using appropriate scholarly terminology. The overarching goal of the paper is to critique and synthesize your thinking on the readings in relation to views expressed by article author(s), your experiences inside and outside of class, and your …

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