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Response Journals. The purpose of your journal is to give you a personal way to respond to literature and a place to write what you think about ideas and issues.

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Let's go through this process step by step.

Task 1: Reading the Workbook

On the first day of your writing week, you should read the workbook up to this page and answer all the questions posed in the workbook up to this point.

Task 2: Evaluating and Responding to the Journal Decision

Read the review and put it away for several days.

Math response journals can be used at any grade level.

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Dear Andrea, Just a few thoughts. Although the standard model is no doubt accurate, the very basics of nuclear interactions ,if misconceived, with regards the structuring process could, in theory, create an ongoing problem with regards the coulomb barrier and an ability to over come it. If the atomic structure is not an instantaneous construction process but involves distances/time dimensions to form the required structural potentials then to safely deconstruct, I would think, requires a reversal of the process. As an example if a rope is constructed of x3 strands it would require more energy to snap it instantaneously than if each strand was unwound and snapped individually over a period of time i.e. releasing the same quantity of energy but in quanta proportions into the environment. This is how I believe LENRs overcome the barrier. Hydrogen, I believe, is ( the product of a second stage reaction That I shall describe later) constructed over a period of time whereby paired quarks (due to one becoming a positive charge and the other a negative charge) are drawn into a zero point of gravity in a synchronized sequence of events. (the mechanical mechanism as previously mentioned is designed with regards several factors, geometry and sequence being time dimensions of angular degrees). The radius of a circle is an important aspect of material manufacture from quarks and 90 degrees is the other important factor. The locus being the zero point of gravity is the common denominator. Without mass deficit no occurrence would take place i.e. no initial fusion and no subsequent energy release i.e. heat. This takes place within the systemic reactor of our systemic system with regards a percentage of released energy from constructed neutrons which by reduction produces an amount of heat and hydrogen. I intend to explain this process and more in detail but it requires considerations at every step. I believe that by understanding the dynamics of the E-Cat a new understanding in physics can be achieved that would lead into new territories of discovery. Wikipedia deals with electricity, both static and kinetic. It explains the phenomena aspects but not the mechanics of the interactions that creates the phenomena. It is known that silver is the best conductor of current and copper is second. Both elements have a single electron in there outer shell providing a greater degree of manipulation/distortion of the electron. Silver being softer than copper has more ability for its electron to be compressed/expanded/distorted than copper (graphite 3rd). Electricity, I believe, is nothing other than the distortion of an electron quark (conduction is a transmission of the distortion). Thereby silver is the best substance by which to produce an electric current due to possessing a greater manipulation property with regards its outer electron. To generate a continuous kinetic electric current (as is known) a coil of copper wire/single atomic substance is rotated between the poles of a magnet. [A magnet with regards its x2 poles contains two opposite static pressure densities that thereby provides interactive force potentials, capable of distorting an outer electron]. This rotating of the coil expands the outer electron to become more negative but between the magnetic poles the outer electron, when in the presence of the north field, is attracted (the north field potential is in a static contacted state of locked compression with its south). Maximum compression within inner central field position, transforming it into a greater volume negative charge by its expansion and alternatively when in the presence of the south field, is repelled (the south field potential is in a static contacted state of locked expansion with its north). Maximum expansion outer field central position, transforming it into a size positive charge by compression. One atomic substance is unable to support two unequal electron charge potentials simultaneously. Centrifugal force acts as a separator with regards an opposing force interaction within the coil. (A magnetic centroid formed by centrifugal force is able to demonstrate the directions of these magnetic forces). Outside of the coil these two created unequal potentials continually readjust when in close enough proximity. The size positive electron potential expands into the volume negative electron potential which being in an expanded state collapses thereby both potentials become two equal potentials and by which a vibration/shock wave is produced within the environment which transmits the shock wave as a detectable unit of energy. Magnetic fields could in theory be condensed quarks, due to the structure, that respond in accordance to the magnetic atomic poles of the central locus/zero point and thereby able to interact with an outer electron of a structure. There are two types of magnetic fields. Those of metal formed of micro atomic substance which has been formed within a structure by fusing quarks and by which a magnetic field is produced as a bi product. The producer of the micro substance is a macro structure that has its bi product of a magnetic field. The micro substance can be either a semi or fully closed system involving quarks, whereas the macro structure is a contained open reaction system involving the fusing of quarks. A system which is a product of the macro is thereby unable to produce anything other than its magnetic field. Two very different systems. Also when fields are none directional but vibrational they provide a degree of defined static space between structure ie. reduce the gravity factor. More explanation is needed with regards structure in these instances. In the meantime, all the best Eric Ashworth.

 

Reading Response Journals or Notebooks - ProTeacher

Reading Response Journals are the perfect place for students to respond to novels
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So, although protests can't carry the day, professional responses directly addressing the reviewers' critiques sometimes can.

Of course, I don't recommend that you spend time writing eight-page defenses, especially to journals that have sent unkind or unhelpful remarks.

This Reading Response Journal covers 10 different reading skills and strategies.
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Over a decade later, Bill points out, Cheshire's writings are still relevant: One concept that continues to elude many IT managers is the impact of latency on network design ... Latency, not bandwidth, is often the key to network speed, or lack thereof. This is especially true when it comes to the download speeds (or response times) of Web pages and Web-based applications. In this post I explain why, providing some supporting references and examples to support my argument.


Reading Response Journals or Notebooks; ..

You will have to proceed differently depending on whether the journal has rejected your article or asked you to revise and resubmit it.

Responding to a Journal's Decision to Reject

Let's say that your article gets savaged and rejected.

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Putting our thoughts in writing forces us to think more deeply and helps us clarify our thoughts. When students write about mathematics, they give us a glimpse into what they are thinking and what they understand. Students should be encouraged to communicate their mathematical thinking in a variety of ways: pictures, graphs, charts, symbols, and words. Writing in a journal regularly can help students monitor their understanding of mathematical concepts. When teachers take time to read and respond, the journals become a valuable method of communication between the student and the teacher. Journals provide a great diagnostic tool for teachers, and can reveal similar confusions or misconceptions held by a group of students or an entire class. This in turn will help in planning for future whole-group, small-group, and individual instruction. Students often benefit from writing prompts to help get them started. Here are some examples: Students can also use their math journals to write about what they are learning. Different examples of response writing include these: Similar to reading response journals, there are many ways math response journals can be organized in many ways. A variety of sections can be included. Consider these example: Math response journals can be used at any grade level. Young children who are still developing their writing skills can communicate by drawing pictures or dictating their thoughts to a more skilled writer, whereas older students will have more specific writing goals to relay their thinking.