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2. What is truly remarkable is to experience what these children are capableof, provided they are in an environment that is entirely designed for each individual to thrive by correlating with the mental, emotional, physical and spiritual and cognitive development of the child.V. ConclusionA. Now that we can all identify what Montessori is, how it was founded and what makes it unique, I hope the philosophy behind it resonates with you all as I know it does for me. B. In a country that has not been this divided in 50 years or so; In a country where our current president is revoking nearly every law protecting the regulation and rights of the Environment as well as Animals; I believe we are long overdue for a major change and I think a reformation of education towards Montessori is exactly the change we need. As a quote by Dr. Montessori’s The Absorbent Mind goes, “The child is both a hope and a promise for mankind.” (Montessori, 42)References
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1.“Introduction to Montessori Method.” American Montessori Society : education that transforms lives, amshq.org/Montessori-Education/Introduction-to-Montessori.2.Montessori, Maria. The Absorbent Mind. Stellar Editions, 2016.OUTLINING YOUR SPEECHAs you prepare outlines for your speeches, refer to this outline format sheet. You are required tosubmit a complete, typewritten outline for speeches. The outline counts towards the overallspeech grade. When I evaluate your outline, I will use the following criteria:1. Format of the Outline The outline must adhere to the format discussed in class and referred to on the following page.Use Roman numerals, capital letters, and Arabic numerals for appropriate form.2. Complete Sentences The introduction, transitions, and the conclusion are to be written in complete sentences. Allother parts of the outline can be bullet points, words or phrases.3. Main Points and Sub-points Contain Single Ideas 4. Sub-points Relate to and/or Support Main Points 5. Main Points are Appropriate Given the nature of the topic and the specific goal of the speech, the main points are appropriatefor that topic. A pattern of organization is used that is appropriate for the specific purpose of thespeech.
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