give two different forms of technology that aid teaching, reinforcing, or assessing learning in your classroom. Support why this technology is effective.
Outline a backup plan you would use should technology fail or the room you planned to use for your lesson become unavailable.
Respond to at least one peer and offer an objective critique of the technology plan supported with your research and/or classroom experience.
The Gulf War had ended almost a decade ago, and memories of the atrocities committed were still fresh in people’s minds. With the influence of the brutal Taliban forces in Afghanistan increasing, the newly elected US President, George W. Bush, announced his plans to send seventeen thousand troops to the war-torn country. This decision followed an affirmation, albeit a late one, that Afghanistan was more important to the US against the terrorist groups. On the morning of Wednesday, September 8, 1999, before the first rays of the sun began to creep over the vast cragged horizon of Eastern Afghanistan, US Army Captain Troy Evans set off on foot from the US army base in Shakani. In his company were more than two hundred coalition soldiers, border police officers, and Afghan troops all heading to the miniature village of Ganjgal in the hilly province of Kunar. Among the two hundred men was a tall, heavily built US army soldier named Kieron Davis. Davis had previously been on duty in Afghanistan in 1996 in the sanguinary operation that witnessed the death of the ill-famed Taliban military commander, Tawhid Aslam. This operation had, nonetheless, left him very devastated after he lost his best friend Nixon Carter in a gunfight. Davis and his platoon had been ordered to clear a Tawhid Aslam Mahaz, a small insurgent force associated with the Taliban leader in Zabul. As they entered a ruined building, a skirmish exchange of gunfire broke out and Davis and his colleagues were trapped in the building. Davis, armed with an M249 SAW machine gun, got in the room where t>GET ANSWER