Some important links • Department of Education Information and Data Overview. This site provides you with a database of New York City’s Department of Education giving you a snapshot of the demographics in the system and some evaluative information including quality reports on the schools, students, and teachers. • Demographics Snapshot 2017-2018 This is a demographics report taken directly from the Data Overview website above. • Department of Education English Language Learners Division. This site leads to specifically to the division that handles all the ELL students in the DOE. You will find the descriptions of the programs available to ELL students in the public school system. • Anticipated Bilingual Education Programs. This website contains information on bilingual education programs available for schools in the school system. If you are curious as to what kind of program is available for your school, use this website. Your task In this research paper, respond to the prompt below: Analyze the DOE report and the models of bilingual education available to public schools in New York City. Based on your analysis, choose a school in New York City of your choice and recommend a type of bilingual education best suited for the school to support the students who report being bilingual. If your chosen school already has a bilingual education in place, discuss whether or not it is the best program for that school. Why or why not?
Larkins Poems Choose three poems and analyze the validity of Larkin statue. Lajin's poetry is a relic of an excellent language, usually colloquial, and brings many ideas to people when reading. We think for these images for the words they use, the plans to follow standard rhyme, and the perception of an interesting life he will convey through poetry. In this article, we examine the three poems "Whitsun Weddings", "High Windows", and "Sunny Prestatyn" and demonstrate the effect of the Larkin image. The theme of Philip Larkin's poem "Church Going" is erosion of religious buildings. Razin is considered mainly as an atheist but as he lives in a society, mostly Christian, this poem may be the way he tries to understand religious charm. The narrator seems to be also an atheist, but he goes to church and is walking around, but he is not satisfied. He does not understand the charm of the church and religion, and he wonders when they become obsolete. Lajin's poetry is a relic of an excellent language, usually colloquial, and brings many ideas to people when reading. We think for these images for the words they use, the plans to follow standard rhyme, and the perception of an interesting life he will convey through poetry. In this article, we examine the three poems "Whitsun Weddings", "High Windows", and "Sunny Prestatyn" and demonstrate the effect of the Larkin image. Rain does not fall on a parabola. Larkin hopes that the image we are imagining is a "shower" of the arrow and it will be hidden somewhere in the future. He uses a metaphor (arrow) to spread the image of life from now to the future. This picture is for growth and breeding. a) How does this verse reflect the intergenerational disparity? In your opinion, what is the attitude of the poet to the young generation? b) What is the influence of Lajin 's gift in this poem (it is not interrupted from the festival to the festival). c) What is the impact of Larkin's spoken words in this verse? d) What do you mean by "high window" in your opinion? A poet and a novelist. His early poem appeared in "Oxford Poems of War" (1944), and Northern Ship (1945) who was strongly influenced by Yeats. He also published "Which was less (1955)" and "Whitsun Weddings (1964)." Many of the poems of High Windows (1974) show concerns about death and short lives. In his work, adapting the modern rhythm and vocabulary to the elegance of the discreet rhythm is very unique.'>GET ANSWER