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The Pact: Three Young Men Make a Promise and Fulfill a Dream by Drs. Sampson Davis, George Jenkins, and Rameck Hunt. Difficulty Level: 4. This book is. The Playwrights' Center champions playwrights and new plays to build upon a living theater that demands new and innovative works. PDF | Malaysia government has called for schools and parents to collaborate in The PaCT: Parents, Children and Teacher Partnership in Developing.

At the same level you've got options for both Misty Step and Thunder Step.

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I'd say either make it a bonus action which is good because it won't interfere with spellcasting, as it isn't a spell , or buff up the range a bit if it remains an action.

The other thing is it says to designate each space adjacent to the target and roll a d4 - if you're See more counting diagonals there's 8 spaces. Sorry for more armchair game design! I think I agree with your suggestion for Indiscriminate Talent and it would make it feel more significant. That makes sense. One other thing I noticed is that the invocation that enhances Chill Touch adds cold damage - but Chill Touch doesn't actually deal cold damage, it does necrotic.

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I'm not sure if that was intentional or not to split the damage type two ways. They all do "half the maximum value of the dice", which is less than average. IE: For a d10, the average roll is 5. So for consistency, you're actually doing a everything a little -worse- than normal, AND removing your ability to crit, which feels like a bit of a drag for your only level 1 class feature.

It's also how 5e does 'average' HP and such. I'm considering changing it to match WotC expectations of average die value when I add the expanded content. Gives it more tactical applications.

Closely tied to this position and of social learning is the key idea of scaffolding, i. The children would internalise the social interactions within the ZPD and would ultimately be able to perform tasks, which they would otherwise not be able to perform independently.

However, in the actual contexts, a more gradual movement and overlaps in the ESL literacy development would occur. The Case for Partnership Since the 70s, research evidence has revealed the positive impacts of involving parents Artley, ; Tizard et al. Epstein cited in Violand-Sanshez et al. When families and schools co-operate, the children reap the benefits — they learn more, they enjoy school and the learning process, and they experience a consistent sense of commitment and support from the important adults in their lives.

Therefore, teachers need to work hand-in-hand with parents if maximum learning is desired. In collaboration, both parties instead of the child working alone will be far better equipped to work out appropriate ways of teaching. Leeper et al.

As partners, both parents and teacher will learn from the collaboration Bloom, ; Waterland, It is time for ESL literacy revolution sparked and fuelled by collaborative efforts of parents and teachers J. Newson, Malaysian Context 4. While preschools are mostly run by the private sectors, pre-schools in the rural areas are run by government, i.

National preschools adopt the national curriculum, which is not imposed to the private sectors. Both the national language, Malay and English, the official second language are taught in all preschools to prepare the young children for formal instructions.

Within the Malaysian context, the definition of involvement tends to be confined to attending Parent-Teacher Association meetings and concerts, and assisting in fund raising projects organised by schools. Methodology 5. The project was carried out at a private preschool, which adopted sight vocabulary as its reading approach. Only eight children were able to recognise between 50 to 54 letters of the alphabet and a similar proportion was able to recognise less than half of the letters in the alphabet.

Since most of the children spoke in their heritage first language, their English language proficiency was limited to one or two word level. Except for three parents, who are graduates and four parents, who have not received any formal education, the remaining 18 parents received secondary school education.

Most of them are non-professionals and middle class average income group. Except for the Portuguese parent, the rest of the parents generally communicate in their heritage language at home. Only four parents reported they read four or five times a week and two parents read once a week with their child.

The remaining children had not encountered any storybook reading event at home. The class teacher Celine, pseudonym , who has been teaching in the same school for more than 18 years used textbooks and activity books as the teaching materials.

Storybooks were read only if the teacher had time to do so to teach objects, colours or moral values. It was not embedded in the curriculum. A project coordinator Nina, pseudonym was engaged to manage the project and assist with reading to the children in the Strawberry Club.

A reading corner was set up in the class to replace the torn and tattered storybooks, and a Strawberry club designated room to house all the reading materials. The teacher read storybooks interactively, at any available time i. The children committed to reading regularly at home, to take care of the reading materials that are taken home and to fill in the record card after each reading session.

Findings and Discussion The qualitative data are presented as: Pseudonyms are used to conceal identity and translations are given when parents spoke in broken English or the Malay language. Key words and phrases are italicised to highlight views with regards to the partnership formed throughout the project.

The project employed various communication channels and created a two-way form of scaffolding, i. There was evidently a neutral and voluntary collaboration. Parents favoured the partnership as it helped establish a relationship with the teacher: I find it useful because the relationship between the parent and teacher is important.

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At least through parents, teachers know about my son. When I ask her to close the book but she will continue to hold the book and ask me to read again.

He says he wants to collect his own English books. I told his mum that he can now recognise simple words and is beginning to decipher words by himself.

The project helped create opportunities for social interactions and storybook events, i. They have their own selection of books and they tend to read on their own.

Membaca lebih masa dengan anak [read a longer time with my child] Ayah balik baca untuk Yasim [I read at home, read to my younger sister and mum. Dad reads to me when he is back …i] Yasim I will read to my younger brother and he will just sit there without moving He like to listen when I read to him Christie I like to read and after I finish reading, I tell the story to my fish I like to tell stories to my fish Swee Kiong … I read to her cat at home … Sara Most parents reported they carried out weekend activities together with their children.

The project thus helped create a structure for a partnership between parents and child, i. She knows about the story because her babysitter even told her.

The other teachers in the school too had adopted storybook reading in their classes. Every day, I read story … after rest time, They come regularly to look at the storybooks TJ A partnership works when both parties are equally committed to the shared goal.

I believe this project will not only benefit the students but parents as well. All the parents are very cooperative and willing to share with me when I meet them at school or at home and even anywhere when I happen to meet them TJ The effectiveness of a partnership is indeed crucial.

This can obviously be seen in the varying levels of parental involvement. The teacher reported their progress too: He has more confidence in himself now.

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They had limited storybook event encounters at home as their parents read sporadically and less interactively to them the children. Priya although… slowly she started showing interest TJ A further cross examination revealed that the two Portuguese children, who speak only English at home were non-readers at the end of the project.

The teacher highlighted the effects of the partnership, which evidently and progressively nurtured the love for reading: Most parents recommended that the school adopt the project and implement it in other schools: Discussion and Conclusion In answer to the research question: To what extent did the project foster partnership between teachers, parents and children, it is clear that the three parties, i.

We have seen that the two-way scaffolding was a form of bonding between parents and teachers, as well as other family members.

The scaffolding that the parents received via meetings, home visits, record cards, letters, newsletters, etc. The two-way communication enabled both parties parents and teachers to exchange information.

Consistent with the conclusions of Tizard et al. Parents who saw the partnership as worthwhile displayed greater levels of scaffolding of ESL literacy development, and their children reaped the most benefit as they made better progress and were independent readers at the end of the project. The children, whose parents were less involved in the partnership, however, made slower progress as they had lesser storybook encounters and lesser parental support. Sorry for more armchair game design!

I think I agree with your suggestion for Indiscriminate Talent and it would make it feel more significant.

That makes sense. One other thing I noticed is that the invocation that enhances Chill Touch adds cold damage - but Chill Touch doesn't actually deal cold damage, it does necrotic.

I'm not sure if that was intentional or not to split the damage type two ways. They all do "half the maximum value of the dice", which is less than average.

IE: For a d10, the average roll is 5. So for consistency, you're actually doing a everything a little -worse- than normal, AND removing your ability to crit, which feels like a bit of a drag for your only level 1 class feature. It's also how 5e does 'average' HP and such. I'm considering changing it to match WotC expectations of average die value when I add the expanded content.

Gives it more tactical applications. Daniil G January 04, am UTC I just want to be sure before I get this, because some of my friends are pretty serious about things.

Is this book official? This site is for independent creators to make content using WotC IP--so we can use Forgotten Realms, Eberron, deities, characters, etc. It has a lot of cool things for Warlock classes like how your pact weapon looks like in each of the subclasses.Armenians asked to support from the government of Europe Kinyapina For future studies and to generalise the findings of this project nationwide, this study should be replicated and involve bigger sample of participants from public institutions.

Teacher-Parent Partnerships. We have seen that the two-way scaffolding was a form of bonding between parents and teachers, as well as other family members.

However, in the actual contexts, a more gradual movement and overlaps in the ESL literacy development would occur. She was a proud woman, and she didn't like living in public housing.

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