The Writings of African-Americans®: Acting In a Civilized Manner

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Each country or society develops at different paces. We, The United States of America, are considered civilized!

Some current countries, societies or communities do not act in a civilized manner. Many use violence, rape & torcher as their common means to interact. Other countries, societies, or so called communities see terrorism and as normal and common means to gain power.

We are Civilized, we act in a Civilized manner, the article that made the cover of News Week about the and women is a tragedy. I hope the United Nations, Human Rights Watch, and Amnesty International are responding appropriately to this reported incident.

As a democracy we educate, communicate, and come together in an orderly fashion to agree or agree to disagree.

Tres Mali

The Scott 20-10-20 Processing Curricula Development Plan for Lesson Planning 2010 & Beyond: The Paranormal Psychology View

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From: TMSC Consulting Services, LLC Psychic Division, Paranormal Psychology

Curricula development  and the United States of America Educational System falls under paranormal Psychology (PNP) because curricula development, lesson plans, test construction, and extracurricular activities consider students’ physical, physiological, biological, psychological, and social development. With improvements in identification and diagnoses of true psychopathology and what is called the “mainstreaming system”,  paranormal psychology is a discipline to collect effective improvements for our “mainstream population” of students for solutions to the educational issues.

Students that are a part of the mainstream  “student body” may have mild forms of psychopathological disorders that will not be diagnosed or formally treated, and effects achievement and  functioning. Understanding the non-psychopathological issues improve curricula development, test construction, lesson plan development, improve social training, and increase participation of students in extracurricular activities.

Some non-psychopathological presentations of symptoms are a result of the changes in society, increases in technology, and increased access to information.

The Scott 20-10-20 Processing Curricula Development Plan for Lesson Planning 2010 & Beyond is based on the majority of the populations increase in mental processing speed. An example is typing speed verses writing speed. Typing speed is faster than writing speed. When a person is comprehending what is being typed, the more words typed per minute shows an increase in mental processing. Data inputting is not considered because it does not require reading or understanding what is inputted.

Computer  use video games and movies that replace reading a book have contributed to an increase in mental processing speed. School curricula must match the current mental processing of children.

I predict that more children will present as ADD or ADD w/Hyperactivity.00198208 It is not ADD or ADD w/Hyperactivity, it is a generation or two of children with a processing speed and learning processing that is not matched by the current school system curricula.

The solution to the problem is:

  • Shorter, quicker paced lessons.
  • Repeating the information in different ways in this shorter or briefer lesson.

The Standard Process for The Scott 20-10-20 Processing Curricula Development Plan for Lesson Planning 2010 & Beyond style is:

  1. A 20 minute lesson: what the lesson is about, the details of the lesson, and what the lesson was about.
  2. A 10 minute activity that reinforces details of the lesson.
  3. A 20 minute in a different presentation of the original lesson: what the lesson is about, the details of the lesson, and what the lesson was about.

This process of learning is based on a 50 minute learning period or class.