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BROCK UENGL 2Q99Shannon Mac RaeWinter

ENGL 2Q99 Lecture Notes - Robert Crumb, Belly Dance, Bildungsroman

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14 Mar 2013
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Due april 26th in lecture if you want commentary back. Due by april 8th at midnight digitally on sakai drop box if you are content with just a numerica
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BROCK UENGL 2Q99Shannon Mac RaeWinter

ENGL 2Q99 Lecture Notes - Alice Walker, Tina Turner, Aretha Franklin

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14 Mar 2013
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Internal locus of control where you believe that you have control over your destiny. You automatically believe that everything that happens to you happ
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BROCK UCHYS 2P15John Mc NamaraWinter

CHYS 2P15 Lecture Notes - Active Minds, Schizophrenia

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14 Mar 2013
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One in five ontarians under 19 has a mental health disorder. Mental disorders are the 2nd highest source of direct health care costs (hospitals, physic
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BROCK UENGL 2Q99Shannon Mac RaeWinter

ENGL 2Q99 Lecture Notes - Igbo Music, Institute For Operations Research And The Management Sciences, Mortified

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26 Feb 2013
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Chimamanda ngozi adichie: 1977- she"s in her early 30"s. The danger of a single story ted talk. Ted talks is public lectures on diverse issues in 2009
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BROCK UENGL 2Q99Shannon Mac RaeWinter

ENGL 2Q99 Lecture Notes - Breath, Eyes, Memory, Tonton Macoute, Edwidge Danticat

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26 Feb 2013
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BROCK UENGL 2Q99Shannon Mac RaeWinter

ENGL 2Q99 Lecture Notes - Elaine Showalter, Social Construction Of Gender, Performativity

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26 Feb 2013
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Attempt to define causes restrictive choices to be made. Impossible to create any kind of static definition. Typically used in for women and by women a
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BROCK UCHYS 2P15John Mc NamaraWinter

CHYS 2P15 Lecture Notes - Achievement Gap In The United States, Geoffrey Canada, Charter School

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26 Feb 2013
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Political process with the goal of improving public education. If we were to reform our school board, we would be improving education. Even small impro
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BROCK UCHYS 2P15John Mc NamaraFall

CHYS 2P15 Lecture Notes - Reading Disability, Learning Disability, Interdisciplinarity

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26 Feb 2013
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Hand in to the 2p15 chys drop box in the new chys department! (cairns building) Turn it in: course i. d 5789767, password- chys2p15 attach receipt to l
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BROCK UCHYS 2P15John Mc NamaraFall

CHYS 2P15 Lecture Notes - Motivation, Youth Engagement, Delayed Gratification

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26 Feb 2013
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How to get youth involved at a young age. Craig kiel burger- turned his interest in helping youth into something to help himself and people all over th
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BROCK UCHYS 2P10Lauren Mc NamaraFall

CHYS 2P10 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Genetic Epistemology, Cognitive Development, Pretty Smart

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24 Nov 2012
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Major force in how kids come to understand and learn. His dad was a professor in medieval literature so this imprinted on him and made him a pretty sma
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BROCK UCHYS 2P10Lauren Mc NamaraFall

lecture 9 chys.docx

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24 Nov 2012
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Agression and bullying: the development of aggression, atypical behavioural development, altruism: development of the prosocial self, moral development
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BROCK UCHYS 2P10Lauren Mc NamaraFall

CHYS 2P10 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Rhesus Macaque, Attachment Theory, Mental Representation

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24 Nov 2012
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Emotions : emotions are a core component of social development, predisposition to react emotionally in certain ways. Innate drives: survive, grow, lear
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BROCK UCHYS 2P10Lauren Mc NamaraFall

CHYS 2P10 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Synaptogenesis, Body Proportions, Myelin

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24 Nov 2012
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The brain is growing the fastest between birth and the age two. If we grew at this rate forever we would be 4 meters tall and 3 tons by the age of 18.
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BROCK UCHYS 2P10Lauren Mc NamaraFall

CHYS 2P10 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Ethology, Observational Learning, Dyslexia

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24 Nov 2012
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But fetus to mom: your stressing me out! (reading) do you intake the caffeine or risk the stress from not having the caffeine either way the baby is ef
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BROCK UCHYS 2P10Lauren Mc NamaraFall

CHYS 2P10 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Project-Based Learning, Twin Study, Hair Cell

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24 Nov 2012
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Yolked together: dna tells the cells what function to specialize in for example a ner cell, bone cell, hair cell, brain cell. Affects children"s reacti
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BROCK UCHYS 2P10Lauren Mc NamaraFall

CHYS 2P10 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Twin, Language Disorder, Intellectual Disability

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24 Nov 2012
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Intelligence is a trait or set of traits on which individuals differ. There is one global ability/capacity that we are all born with and can be measure
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BROCK UENGL 1F95Neta GordonSummer

march 5.docx

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19 Mar 2012
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Women talk about exhibits that have to do with love, poetry, and fairytales. Men talk about history, god, mythology and boring exhibits. To get away fr
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BROCK UENGL 1F95Neta GordonWinter

January 30th.docx

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19 Mar 2012
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Characters (the persons represented in a drama, whose disposition and. Setting (both the scenery depicted on stage and the properties, or moveable. Int
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BROCK UENGL 1F95Neta GordonWinter

January 18th.docx

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BROCK UENGL 1F95Neta GordonWinter

January 16th.docx

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19 Mar 2012
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They confuse matters by telling lies if pressed. The white people, sometimes credulous it is further complicated by (89) Then the narrators switch agai
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BROCK UENGL 1F95Neta GordonFall

January 11th.docx

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19 Mar 2012
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There is always a separation between voice or persona and the authorial voice or tone of the text. When considering who is speaking, its important to c
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BROCK UENGL 1F95Neta GordonSummer

feb 6.docx

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19 Mar 2012
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Monday, february 6, 2012 y a midsummer night s dream y. Hermia: if then true lovers have been ever cross d wishes and tears, poor fancy s followers (l.
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BROCK UENGL 1F95Neta GordonWinter

February 1.docx

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19 Mar 2012
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Draws attention to a theme: how genders negotiate a certain position. Quote on page 1386 rocking chair is empty, there sat mrs. wright . Symbol? (does
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BROCK UENGL 1F95Neta GordonFall

jan 9.docx

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19 Mar 2012
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Wide sargasso sea is like the prequel to jane eyre. Allusion: a passing reference without explicit identification, to a literary or historical person,
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BROCK UENGL 1F95Neta GordonSummer

feb 8.docx

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19 Mar 2012
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Essay: this is how the house is represented in one story and this is how it is represented in the other story. Midsummer night"s dream: shakespeare imm
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BROCK UCHYS 1F90Rebecca RabySummer

lec 8!.doc

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19 Mar 2012
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Schools play a role in both challenging and creating inequality. Culture, ethnicity and race are distinct and shifting terms. Young people"s lives are
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BROCK UCHYS 1F90Rebecca RabyWinter

lec 7!.doc

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19 Mar 2012
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Main points: there are various overlapping but distinct definitions of class, class-based inequality is a feature of our society and has a significant
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BROCK UCHYS 1F90Rebecca RabyWinter

lec 6!.doc

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BROCK UCHYS 1F90Rebecca RabyFall

lec 5!.doc

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BROCK UCHYS 1F90Rebecca RabyWinter

lec 4!.doc

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19 Mar 2012
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Adolescence, teenager and youth are distinct yet overlapping concepts. There are different perspectives explaining adolescence, teenager and youth. Soc
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BROCK UCHYS 1F90Rebecca RabyWinter

lec 3!.doc

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19 Mar 2012
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Lecture 3: ideas about childhood the west and the rest. Limited data- in general, not everybody kept records. Children"s voice- we can see and hear thi
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BROCK UCHYS 1F90Rebecca RabyWinter

lec 2!.doc

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19 Mar 2012
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There are diverse and sometimes conflicting beliefs about childhood. There are implications to various beliefs about childhood. Discourse is a concept
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BROCK UCHYS 1F90Rebecca RabyFall

chys lec 1.docx

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19 Mar 2012
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Key quote- pick a key quote from each reading that captivates the reading. Explain how this quote represents the rest of the reading. Comparison- takes
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BROCK UHIST 1F96Tami FriedmanWinter

march 19th lec.docx

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BROCK UHIST 1F96Tami FriedmanSummer

march 5th.docx

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19 Mar 2012
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Many advocates of white suffrage support women. Asian canadians could not vote till 1940"s. It was extremely difficult for women to promote things beca
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BROCK UHIST 1F96Tami FriedmanSummer

feb 6th lec 5.docx

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19 Mar 2012
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Led to efforts by workers to combine with each other to create the working class identity. However, lots of divisions within working class. Led middle
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BROCK UHIST 1F96Tami FriedmanWinter

January 23 lec 3.docx

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19 Mar 2012
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For some it was a positive experience that helped people discover who they are, a sense of national pride, for others the process of territorial expans
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BROCK UHIST 1F96Tami FriedmanWinter

january 16th lec 2.docx

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19 Mar 2012
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Indentured servitude- white europeans signed a contract that bound them to work for someone within a 4-7 year period. The idea was that by the end of t
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BROCK UHIST 1F96Tami FriedmanFall

HIST 1F96 lec 1.docx

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BROCK UHIST 1F96Tami FriedmanWinter

Territorial expansion - lecture 3

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10 Feb 2012
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Hist 1f96 january 23, 2012 lecture 3. For some it was a positive experience that helped people discover who they are, a sense of national pride, for ot
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