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Then, and only then, may they take out their beloved bears that they had permission to bring to school on this special day. With her pigtails swinging side to side, Alex looked up at her teacher and proudly proclaimed that her bear Amy had been to every doctor's visit since she was born.
Not to be outdone, Ross jumped up and shouted that his bear had been around the world at least 20 times when it was accidentally left on an airplane. Each child waited quietly to begin the language arts lesson on the letter B. One after another, they will share stories of their bears—the ones on their beds and those bears in their favorite storybooks, such as "Goldilocks".
The teacher is overjoyed with the lesson.
Tomorrow, they will study foods that begin with the letter B. Many foods will be brought to class, from broccoli to biscuits and bologna.
Across town at the local high school, a different story is playing out in the classroom. In a history class, students in the back have their arms stretched out across the desk, head on one arm—napping or listening?
Other students are bent over their notebooks, writing. But what are they writing? The teacher is giving a lecture on the Reformation, which will be followed by a minute movie on Martin Luther. The teacher then reads the two-column notes to the class.
Zach is watching the teacher but not listening. He is wondering if the news report was correct in its prediction of another snowfall. Melinda is writing down the notes as she replays in her mind what happened at lunch. Vanessa had an argument with Alena just before class.
Will the teacher notice if she writes a note to Alena, especially if she looks up periodically as if she were listening?
Then there is John, who is dying to leave class. No, he can't ask to use the restroom; he did that yesterday. Maybe if he looks as if he's distressed and hostile, the teacher will send him to the guidance office.
Needless to say, there is no excitement, no anticipation, and very little thought processing in this class. Why do we creatively present materials using manipulative and visuals almost exclusively in elementary school classes, yet subject students to almost exclusive oral learning techniques in high-school classes?
What happened to the excitement and thought-processing? Are the learners in elementary school really that different from those in a high-school setting?global strategy; transnational strategy When firms expand into global markets, they are faced with the choice of reducing costs and/or adapting to the local market.
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