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    2012 Teaching Have you ever thought what you would be doing when you finished college? Do you ever think about what you would like to be when you grow up? It really is a lot to think about when you are going to school. Is there something that you just enjoy doing? I know that I really enjoy helping little kids and teaching them new things. I always wanted to be an elementary school teacher ever since I was a little girl. College students who are looking for a career should choose teaching, because

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    Upon completing the Teaching Prospective Inventory (TPI) questionnaire the result gave me an interesting insight to views as a future educator. The results were as followed: Transmission (31), Apprenticeship (39), Developmental (40), Nurturing (33), and Social Reform (34). The results on the profile sheet are quite consistent with how I view myself as a person. My high overall scores in the developmental and apprenticeship make perfect sense due to my own development in education. As a mentor,

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    astonishing, it is a crime that you don’t all make 150K a year. Since you couldn’t possibly do it for the money, we can only assume you love your job and love our kids. Can you understand how much we appreciate you?   You are doing far more than teaching our kids the building blocks of knowledge and learning; you are helping us raise our children. You provide a second environment in which they have to practice respect, obedience, teamwork, diligence. We tell them take initiative on your work and

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  • Community Teaching Work Plan Proposal

    centers in every ward located in DC. The city's network of recreation facilities also includes 12 senior citizens centers, where residents over the age of 55 may take part in programs that challenge them to remain active and involved in the larger community (District of Columbia, 2013). DPR operates 127 tennis courts across the District. There are multiple courts available in every ward, with a premier tennis facility. DC Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) Fitness Centers are maintained by the

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  • Community Teaching Proposal

    Community teaching proposal is detailed and comprehensive with supportive evidence and a detailed description of barriers and strategies to overcome barriers. Evidence from current literature and statistical / demographic data published on the community thoroughly supports the proposal in all required areas of the work plan. PROPOSED COMMUNITY TEACHING When required, “the Amish are permitted to use modern health care facilities and services including surgery, hospitalization, anesthesia, blood

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    Introduction This paper is our proposed plan for teaching those of all ages about obesity; its detrimental effects on the body, short and long term, and how to avoid associated problems, using a healthy varied eating plan and incorporating a daily exercise schedule. The health risks of obesity are the same for all people and the interventions for weight loss are also the same. These interventions are basic, eat healthy and be active. But educating communities and enabling them to make these changes are

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    Atlanta. In the community, there are a number of places where people go to meet and interact with one another. Churches and other religious institutions are important to the Atlanta community. It is a way of giving back and helping those that are in need of help. Atlanta has charitable events that are organized by churches and members of the community. Workplaces are a common location for people to discuss matters affecting the community and many local employers also participate in community-building activities

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    al-Farabi Kazakh National University Faculty: Philology, literature and foreign languages Lesson plan Teaching Speaking Student: Maral A. Akhanova Z.

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    receipts • Computer • Magazines • Calculator • Glue • Scissors Anticipatory Set (Lead-In): I will ask the students how would they like to have their own credit card!!!! Step-By-Step Procedures for Teaching the Lesson: 1. First, students will make a credit card proportional to an actual credit card. They can choose to make it as large as they would like (within reason) as long as it is in proportion. 2. Second, students will create

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    carefully and absorb in information at a quicker pace. Consequently, a teacher’s ability to bond with students is a crucial component of teaching because it encourages students to be more studious. Second, the teacher will also be able to teach students efficiently if he or she can relate to each student. To be specific, the teacher can adapt different teaching styles to each student accordingly if he or she knows each student well. I would like to talk about my personal experiences to illustrate

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  • Community Teaching Experience Paper.Doc

    Teaching Experience Paper Module 5 Assignment Chantarakhan Patnakha Neal Grand Canyon University: NRS-427V | Concepts in Community and Public Health February 23, 2014 Summary of Teaching Plan The primary prevention and health promotion for cardiovascular disease or heart disease are necessary for the Isabella County, Michigan because of the high rate of this disease. Cardiovascular disease is a class of diseases that involve the heart, and the blood vessels including arteries

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    NSR-427V-O104 Community Teaching Experience Introduction and Epidemiological Rationale Based off the evaluation of Green County, Wisconsin and the interview that took place with Sherri Holmes, who is a registered nurse from Wisconsin, the lesson plan chosen is going to be done on underage drinking and the rate of binge drinking experienced by Wisconsin High School students. The proposed group to teach to is high school students. In 2007, 32% of Wisconsin high school students reported binge

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    A PAPER ON A SAMPLE OF COMMUNICATIVE APPROACH by Laelatul Mawadah 1301068385 I. THEORITICAL BACKGROUND Communicative language teaching (CLT) emphasizes interaction and problem solving as both the means and the ultimate goal of learning English or any language. As such, it tends to emphasize activities such as role play, pair work and group work. It switched traditional language teaching's emphasis on grammar, and the teacher-centered classroom, to that of the active use of authentic language

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    governance is required, however the challenge we face in legitimacy is ‘the participation of civil society in some fashion as well as the state’. This factor measures whether non-governmental organisations (NGO’s) can function within the global community and more importantly to this proposal, whether those NGO’s active in Zambia can be held accountable for the rights of workers in the country’s copper mining industry. Human rights watch recorded the plea of a drill operator ‘who would just have

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  • Community Teaching Pamphlet

    1.Please give an example of primary prevention, secondary prevention and tertiary prevention. Primary prevention- Ex- a patient getting their yearly mammogram to detect breast cancer or getting the immunizations. Secondary prevention – Ex a patient getting treatment for an illness (hypertension.) Tertiary prevention- EX is a patient gets care to prevent further progression of a disease like rehab. 2. Give examples of how a nurse would commit the following crimes: Negligence, breach of confidentiality

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  • Community Teaching Plan: Teaching Experience

    Community Teaching Plan: Teaching Experience Summary of Teaching Plan The idea of teaching a community about possible attacks on our country was one thought, but actually giving them the knowledge of what the various ways to, ultimately, defend themselves was a much greater cause. The possibilities that we may face a biological terrorist attack is quite real. We have seen the horrors of 9-11, we are aware of the wars and hatred; which gives us as human beings all the more reason to learn about

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    Introduction This paper is our proposed plan for teaching those of all ages about obesity; its detrimental effects on the body, short and long term, and how to avoid associated problems, using a healthy varied eating plan and incorporating a daily exercise schedule. The health risks of obesity are the same for all people and the interventions for weight loss are also the same. These interventions are basic, eat healthy and be active. But educating communities and enabling them to make these changes are

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  • Community Teaching Work Plan

    Community Teaching Work Plan Concepts in Community and Public Health Community Teaching Work Plan Proposed Community Teaching A disaster is described as an event that causes great damage and loss of life. A disaster can be an earthquake, flood, fire, explosion, hurricane, or any event that is catastrophic to infrastructure and claims lives. Disasters affect the lives of thousands of people every year. Being prepared for a disaster can

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    and thank the people who provided us the assistance and support that made this endeavor a success: To our Research II Adviser Mrs. Annallee Q. Aron, who is patient enough in checking our draft even as she continued to provide encouragement while teaching us the mechanics in making this paper. To our ever dearest parents, for their unconditional love and inspiration for encouraging us to pursue our studies despite of all the odds that we have encountered and especially the financial support they

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    Activity No. 1 Interview a community health nurse using the questioner on community health nursing. Additionally, request the community health nurse to accomplish the checklist on the awareness of the roles and functions of a community health nurse. QUESTIONNAIRE FOR THE COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSE As a Community Health Nurse, please answer the questions as briefly and candidly as possible. 1. What are some difficulties/problems that you have encountered in the performance of your roles/duties

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  • Community Teaching Proposa

    Community Teaching Work Plan Proposal Directions: Develop an educational series proposal for your community using one of the following four topics which was chosen within your CLC group: 1) Bioterrorism/Disaster 2) Environmental Issues 3) Primary Prevention/Health Promotion 4) Secondary Prevention/Screenings for a Vulnerable Population Planning Before Teaching: Name and Credentials of Teacher: | Estimated Time Teaching Will Last: | Location of Teaching: | Supplies

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  • Community Health Assessment of a Community

    Community assessment and analysis Presentation Red group Interview with Community health Nurse Essex County New Jersey Demographic of Essex County Essex County is located in the North eastern part of new jersey. The history of Essex county dates back to 1666 when 30 families from Connecticut established settlement along the banks of Passaic river. Essex County was officially established in 1682 by east jersey legislature

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  • Community Teaching Work Plan Proposal

    Community Teaching Work Plan Proposal Directions: Develop an educational series proposal for your community using one of the following four topics: 1) Bioterrorism/Disaster 2) Environmental Issues 3) Primary Prevention/Health Promotion 4) Secondary Prevention/Screenings for a Vulnerable Population Planning Before Teaching: Name and Credentials of Teacher Estimated Time Teaching Will Last: 30mins Location of Teaching: Our Lady of Perpetual Help Parish Supplies, Material, Equipment

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    Community Teaching Work Plan Proposal Directions: Develop an educational series proposal for your community using one of the following four topics which was chosen within your CLC group: 1) Bioterrorism/Disaster 2) Environmental Issues 3) Primary Prevention/Health Promotion 4) Secondary Prevention/Screenings for a Vulnerable Population Planning Before Teaching: |Name and Credentials of Teacher: Dana Lynn Eckert, RN, BS, MHA

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  • Community Teaching Experience

    COMMUNITY TEACHING SUMMARY Tien Nguyen Grand Canyon University Concepts in Community and Public Health NRS-427V Judith Crook January 22, 2015 COMMUNITY TEACHING SUMMARY Introduction: In Seal Beach health and rehabilitation center, most of patients are in the 50s and the majority have problems with controlling the blood pressure. Even though there are medical interventions such as antihypertensive medications, most of patients have not understood the important of other restrictions and

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    Community Teaching Plan: Teaching Experience Paper Gayatri Gajaria NRS 427V Grand Canyon University December 22, 2014 Community Teaching Plan: Teaching Experience Paper For this assignment, I chose my community in city of Montclair, CA. The teaching was done at Montclair Christian Church. The target audience for this teaching plan was parents of infants, pregnant women, and the topic I addressed was Fall Prevention. Falls occurs most frequently in infants when they are trying to explore

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    Although there are many things that characterize me as a new teacher, my teaching philosophy is based on a fundamentally optimistic view. I’m currently volunteering at the African Center. I teach basics English to refugees. I believe that all of my students, with the help of the right tools, will be able to overcome any difficulties that the study of a foreign language might present. I don't mean that every student who enters my class will be able to express him or herself equally simply as a result

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    Teaching Experience Brigette Davila Grand Canyon University: NRS-427V March 22, 2015 Teaching Experience Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn, these are the words of Benjamin Franklin. Teaching a young adult church group of African-American young ladies ages 18-25 about sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) can be challenging yet, if learning was a success in only one person, then teaching was achieved. In the next few paragraphs the teacher will summarize

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  • Community Teaching Work Plan

    specific care discipline, and local communities. Note: This is an individual assignment. Applying what you have learned thus far, develop a community teaching proposal designed to address the needs of your community. Select one of the following as the focus for the teaching plan: Primary Prevention/Health Promotion Secondary Prevention/Screenings for a Vulnerable Population Bioterrorism/Disaster Environmental Issues Complete the "Community Teaching Work Plan Proposal." This will help

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    Community Teaching Plan: Teaching Experience Paper Rebecca Byrd Grand Canyon University NRS-427V March 20, 2015 Jen Costello Community Teaching Plan: Teaching Experience Paper Community health nurses have the distinctive ability and knowledge to provide teaching on various health topics within the community. For this teaching experience, this writer chose a home health center which allowed this writer to gather a group of patients 65 years and older, who have been diagnosed with CHF and

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    Teaching is often called the major factor in the society’s development. It is well known that there exist three main factors that influence the development of the personality. They are: heredity, social encirclement and education. Good and Bad Teachers Essay Parents usually use the term of education meaning to make great impact on the future personality of their children. Nowadays, when parents are very busy, teachers are the people who teach children what is right and what is wrong. Children learn

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  • Community Teaching Pamphlet.

    Lead Poisoning Lead Poisoning * Each year in the United States 310,000 1- to 5-year-old kids are found to have unsafe levels of lead in their blood, which can lead to a wide range of symptoms, from headaches and stomach pain to behavioral problems and anemia. * Lead poisoning can lead to decreased bone and muscle growth, poor muscle coordination, developmental delay, speech, hearing and kidney problems. * Since child’s brain is developing, lead poisoning can lead to mental impairment

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    Grand Canyon University: NRS-427V-0502 Concepts in Community and Public Health Community Teaching Plan: Teaching Experience Paper June 13, 2015 For the teaching subject that I decided to present on for this project is on the importance of screening students for obesity. In this presentation the school nurse will learn how to calculate and be able to refer those students that are affected or in danger of becoming obese, to a physician for help, further

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    Community Teaching Experience Grand Canyon University: NRS-427V-0501 July 11, 2013 Community Teaching Experience Health education is considered to be one of the major functions of community nurse; it is a great responsibility that requires the nurse to think critically. No longer are the nurses simply accountable for administering medications and following doctors’ orders. In essence, the nurses are also educators that play a very crucial role in health promotion and assuring that the

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    Community Teaching Experience I chose to do my teaching project at a community festival, Edgewater Founders Day 2015, honoring their founding. I was fortunate enough to have made friends with a couple of individuals that were of indescribable assistance. First was the group that allowed me to present my platform at their booth during the founder’s day celebration,The Golden Girls for Glory (Faith Based Social Club). A group of ladies that, by virtue of age, are considered older adults. They belong

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    Community Teaching Work Plan Proposal Directions: Develop an educational series proposal for your community using one of the following four topics: 1) Bioterrorism/Disaster 2) Environmental Issues 3) Primary Prevention/Health Promotion 4) Secondary Prevention/Screenings for a Vulnerable Population Planning Before Teaching: Name and Credentials of Teacher:Amanda Duggan, RN | Estimated Time Teaching Will Last:30 minutes | Location of Teaching:Villa Valencia Five Star Senior Living24552

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    Community Teaching- Influenza Vaccine Jessica Alves December 11, 2015 According to Healthy People 2020 a goal of theirs is to “increase immunization rates and reduce preventable infections.” The influenza virus is one of these preventable infections, which can cause serious harm to patients. The influenza virus is known as the “flu.” Everyone in his or her life has had some experience with the flu, whether that is himself or herself or a family member. What if there was a way to ensure people

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    LESSON 1 1. Which of the instructional materials enumerated in this lesson do you often use? Are there categories you have not tried? Why? Materials often used: A. Printed and Duplicated Materials I do use a lot of printed materials in teaching my pupils. I do find that my pupils do better when we are making use of the board but I do need an evidence to show how the pupil is doing to their parent or guardian and that is by means of printed materials. B. Non-Projected Display Materials

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    Community Teaching Plan: Teaching Experience Paper Grand Canyon University: NRS-427V For my community teaching experience I chose to address a widespread need in my local and surrounding communities. This need is for more education regarding birth control options available for the young adult teenage population. The school districts in my county only require that sexual education be done once in the ninth grade and this class goes over the basics from menarche to sexual reproduction

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  • Nrs 427 Week 5 Community Teaching Work Plan Proposal

    NRS 427 Week 5 Community Teaching Work Plan Proposal Click Link Below To Buy: http://hwcampus.com/shop/nrs-427v-full-course-latest/ Details: The RN to BSN program at Grand Canyon University meets the requirements for clinical competencies as defined by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) and the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN), using nontraditional experiences for practicing nurses. These experiences come in the form of direct and indirect care experiences

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  • Community Teaching Proposal

    Community Teaching Work Plan Proposal Directions: Develop an educational series proposal for your community using one of the following four topics which will be chosen within your CLC group: Primary Prevention/Health Promotion Planning Before Teaching: Name and Credentials of Teacher: | Estimated Time Teaching Will Last: 2 periods, approximately 50-55 minutes in length. | Location of Teaching: Urban High School | Supplies, Material, Equipment Needed: Laptop, Overhead Screen, Condoms

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  • Nrs 427 Week 5 Community Teaching Work Plan Proposal

    NRS 427 Week 5 Community Teaching Work Plan Proposal Click Link Below To Buy: http://hwcampus.com/shop/nrs-427v-full-course-latest/ Details: The RN to BSN program at Grand Canyon University meets the requirements for clinical competencies as defined by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) and the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN), using nontraditional experiences for practicing nurses. These experiences come in the form of direct and indirect care experiences

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    elementary school. My mother who has been and still is a 2nd grade elementary teacher for the past 25 years. My aunts and uncles also take a part in teaching the elementary level and so I think becoming an elementary teacher will be the best experience yet. Only because I have a lot of support from experienced teachers. Aiming for a master’s degree for teaching is my best bet is the advice my mother gives me. I’ll tell you why. I have placed a chart of the differences between the salaries for a bachelor’s

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    Liberty University Teachers and Faith Teachers and Faith was written by Jonathan Eckert. Jonathan Eckert is a faith-based liberal arts teacher who believes that there is a place for teachers of faith in public schools. According to the author, teaching is not just a skill or a day of rigid routines. However, it is about knowledge and developing the child as a whole. Teachers help children learn their place in the world and how to interact in social environments. They have high expectations for

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    influence not only on painters of the Italian Renaissance, but on future generations of Western art. The painting shows nude young woman, reclining on a bed in the luxurious surroundings. The painting represents the allegory of marriage and was a “teaching” model to Guilia Varano, the young wife of eroticism, fidelity and motherhood. The evident eroticism of the painting, in fact, reminded the women of the marital obligations she would have to fulfill to her husband. The erotic allegory is evident

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  • Community Teaching Prsentation

    Teaching Program: Sexually Transmitted Diseases in Camden New Jersey Grand Canyon University Primary Prevention/Health Promotion: Sexually Transmitted Diseases in Camden New Jersey Introduction Education represents a critical aspect in promoting health given that when members of the population are knowledgeable about diseases or medical conditions, they can respond appropriately. In other words, education can be used to forewarn and forearm the members of the communities against the different

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  • Community Teaching Work Plan

    Community Teaching Work Plan Proposal Directions: Develop an educational series proposal for your community using one of the following four topics: 1) Bioterrorism/Disaster 2) Environmental Issues 3) Primary Prevention/Health Promotion 4) Secondary Prevention/Screenings for a Vulnerable Population Planning Before Teaching: Name and Credentials of Teacher:Gerald “Gerry” Moore RN | Estimated Time Teaching Will Last:1 hour with ample time for questions | Location of Teaching:48

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  • Nrs 427 Week 5 Community Teaching Work Plan Proposal

    NRS 427 Week 5 Community Teaching Work Plan Proposal Click Link Below To Buy: http://hwcampus.com/shop/nrs-427v-full-course-latest/ Details: The RN to BSN program at Grand Canyon University meets the requirements for clinical competencies as defined by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) and the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN), using nontraditional experiences for practicing nurses. These experiences come in the form of direct and indirect care experiences

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    Community Assessment and Analysis - Rio Grande Michele Foster, Chelsea Simpson, Cinimol Teju, Ann Brennan, Jessica Ramaley Grand Canyon University Community Assessment and Analysis - Rio Grande The lower Rio Grande Valley is located along the United States and Mexican border. The lower Rio Grande Valley consists of four counties along the southernmost tip of Texas (Migrant Health Promotion, 2012). These counties include metropolitan areas such as Rio Grande City, McAllen, Harlingen, and Brownsville

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  • Community Teaching Workplan Proposal

    Community Teaching Work Plan Proposal Directions: Develop an educational series proposal for your community using one of the following four topics which will be chosen within your CLC group: 1) Bioterrorism/Disaster 2) Environmental Issues 3) Primary Prevention/Health Promotion 4) Secondary Prevention/Screenings for a Vulnerable Population Planning Before Teaching: |Name and Credentials of Teacher:

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