Los Angeles also represents the world of 1995 that Heckerling is trying to demonstrate; Los Angeles with its reputation of wealth, materialism, obsession with possession, image-consciousness and fashion-possessed is a vital location in confirming Amy Heckerling's social, historical and cultural context.
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This irony is established when surreal,untypical, totally abnormal shots are being displayed of expensive possessions, attractive teenagers during the film's introduction; when the responder has distinguished that what they are viewing is untypical of a teenage life a voice-over sounds "My life is way normal." This film technique used by Heckerling of displaying something that opposes what is being said, mocks the social context and displays the satire within Clueless.
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As an ongoing theme throughout the school year, the teacher worked to develop students' media literacy. She used an array of formats to present content, and she varied the media with which students could use to express their learning.
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Materials are usually seen as the media used to present learning content and what the learner uses to demonstrate knowledge. Within the UDL framework, the hallmark of materials is their variability and flexibility. For conveying conceptual knowledge, UDL materials offer multiple media and embedded, just-in-time supports such as glossaries, background information, and on-screen . For strategic learning and expression of knowledge, UDL materials offer tools and supports needed to access, analyze, organize, synthesize, and demonstrate understanding in varied ways. For engaging with learning, UDL materials offer alternative pathways to success including choice of content where appropriate, varied levels of support and challenge, and options for recruiting and sustaining interest and motivation.
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. Philip L. Barlow, Mormons and the Bible: The Place of the Latter-day Saints in American Religion (New York: Oxford University Press, 1991), 27. In the first edition Barlow also gave the current reading of the title-page phrase in this paragraph: “if there are faults they are the mistakes of men.” In both editions he writes that the phrase in question was found in the 1830 preface, even though the two-page preface is different from the title page. This is another minor inaccuracy. The 1830 preface begins on page iii (unnumbered) and contains Doctrine and Covenants revelatory language.
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The 3rd grade team worked together to design an integrated unit on the ocean that incorporated content in marine biology, geography, ecology, history, mathematics, and literature.