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Tutor profile: Sarah Y.

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Sarah Y.
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Subject: Writing

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What do you believe is the best way to improve writing skills?

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Good writing should be clear, concise, and descriptive to its intended audience. To best do this, a student must be able to use great vocabulary. Expanding vocabulary is one of the best ways to improve writing skills. This may be done through reading, researching words, and learning about the shades of words. Students should always listen to their written word to improve their writing and the impact it has on others. Since writing needs to be understood and fill a purpose, editing is very important. Another way to improve writing is to use excellent editing skills. These may be further developed through hearing one's writing as it is written, reading others' work, having others read your work, and through the use of checklists. By knowing the purpose and audience for their writing, an author may improve their writing by learning more about their targeted audience and purpose.

Subject: Early Childhood Education

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What does it mean to be developmentally appropriate and what can be done to help children reach developmental milestones?

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To be developmentally appropriate means that a child has reached developmental milestones at the appropriate age range. Developmental milestones are determined by early childhood experts to be appropriate skills or activities that the majority of children should be able to do by the determined age. These milestones include areas of communication, movement, behaviors, and other cognitive processes. It is important for children who are not reaching developmental milestones to access early intervention services targeted to their area of weakness. Early intervention services will help children reach developmental milestones through speech services, educational support, interaction with age-appropriate materials, occupational skills, physical skills, and assistive technology.

Subject: Education

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What is the role of a teacher in the classroom and how does that role impact our society?

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The teacher's role within the classroom is dependent on the students' needs within that class. Teachers must know and understand their students at all levels. To be effective, a teacher must know the learning styles of their students, their interests in and out of school, as well as their personal and academic goals. Teachers are guides and coaches for student learning. They use student strengths to guide and coach them through their learning goals. Teachers are preparing students for careers that do not yet exist in an evolving society. By teaching students how to learn and how to identify and solve problems with knowledge, teachers are supporting young people to lead society through progression and evolution that we do not yet know. The role of a teacher in our society is to develop generations of leaders and productive citizens. This will allow society to advance and continue overall growth.

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