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      Week 11 Response

      By Abdul Amunikoro in the group Group A Comments (1)
      From the readings and the videos, the term that stood out the most to me was “Post-Trayvon Syndrome" which was used by Christopher Edmin to correlate with a trend of minority students impressions of their encounters with law...
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        Week 10 Response

        By Abdul Amunikoro in the group Group A Comments (1)
        I felt a personal relation to two of the articles, so I felt best to reference my experience in my own life as opposed to the classroom.  Hotchkiss and Hougen's article stood out to me as it provided a career-oriented model for how...
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          Week 7 Response

          By Abdul Amunikoro in the group Group A
            Lynch’s article in this week reminded me on an earlier article need for prior knowledge in literacy instruction. The scope of the article was to represent the need for students being introduced to vocabulary words before reading a given...
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            Week 6 Response

            By Abdul Amunikoro in the group Group A Comments (1)
              The models of instruction in context depend on one of the major arguments presented by Applebee and Langer, “Are students writing for length or context?”. This argument is explored further when expressing the idea of textbook...
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              Week 5 Response

              By Abdul Amunikoro in the group Group A Comments (2)
                The five articles explored the concept of close reading while providing their separate perspectives on how the task must be interpreted and executed. Boyles states in his report that shorter texts can achieve the standards for close...
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                Week 2 Analysis

                By Abdul Amunikoro in the group Group A Comments (1)
                From the Lynch article required for this week's reading as well as many others, it can be safe to say that that literature must be moving at the same pace of technology. It can be said for devil's advocate or for the sake of truth that our...
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                  Week 1 Response

                  By Abdul Amunikoro
                  The three articles represented emphasizes the need of making literacy content more personal and transparent over the need to make it more straightforward and structured to compare academic outcomes to different states in the united states and...
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                    Threading Through Water

                     An experience I have had as a learner was learning how to swim in a pool at age 25. I understand that anybody can learn how to swim at any period of their life, but this moment had more sentiment than other. I gained an entry to the 2016...