For these three sentences: Identify if the grammar is correct, if so write no change, if not rewrite sentences to proper form. 1) Jana overheard Maria talking about the local Mac N' Cheese festival. Jana ran over to Maria and asked "Who did you invite to go with you to the festival?" 2) When Jana went to the festival she saw her friends their, they told her they're was a great type of Mac N' Cheese on the second floor. 3) I went home this past weekend to visit my family. It was a great time because we were able to celebrate my cousins birthday.
1) Jana overheard Maria talking about the local Mac N' Cheese festival. Jana ran over to Maria and asked "Whom did you invite to go with you to the festival?" 2) When Jana went to the festival she saw her friends there, they told her there was a great type of Mac N' Cheese on the second floor. 3) No Change
In the world of psychology a large contributor to the history of the subject, B.F. Skinner, proposed the idea of operant conditioning and the use of positive/negative reinforcement. How would you describe these three things in your own words?
B.F. Skinner contributed mounds of information to the psychology background, one of the biggest being operant conditioning. Operant conditioning is the idea that there are consequences to actions that a subject does and then those consequences then affect the subjects actions in the future. These consequences can be described as positive or negative reinforcement. Positive reinforcements are when the subject gains something after the action whether it be a compliment or something they want. Negative reinforcement would be the opposite, such as being yelled at for doing an action the wrong way or even doing it at all when it should not be done.
In the novel To Kill a Mocking Bird, by Harper Lee, how can Boo Radley be seen as a symbol that plays a role in the moral growth of other characters in the book?
In the novel, the character known as Boo Radley, is introduced as a figure of Scout and Jems imagination, a superstition created throughout their neighborhood. Throughout the course of the story, the readers learns that Boo is in fact real and like the readers, Scout and Jem also come to this realization through the gifts he leaves them. This is a good example of moral growth because originally Scout and Jem brushed him off as a mere superstitious man that could live in the house down the street. They then see the gifts he leaves them and realizes that he is in a fact a real man who lives down the street and instead of being the scary man they thought he was, he turned out to be a very good man. This shows how a character can go from thinking a person is fake or even bad to believing that there is good in people, such as Boo.