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Emotionally charged issues
Discussion of these can be detrimental in the beginning of a group
The group begins
-Ensure the environment is safe, secure, and comfortable
- Keep in mind the members rights to self-determination
- Intervene in non-supportive interactions
Universality
The opportunity for members to share common concerns and issues with one another
Opening statement
After introductins the worker should make a brief statement about the groups purpose and the workers function in a group
Confidentiality
mention this at the start of the group
Differences and conflicts
Should be acknowledged rather than ignored
Mutual aid
Humanistic and -- are support helpful during beginning stages and appropriate in support, self-help, social action, and coaltion groups in which the empowerment of members and the mobilization of their collective energy and wisdom are primary goals
essentials of mutual aid and humanistic
- Respect for the dignity and individuality of each member
- The belief in each members potential for growth and development are essential in all group work efforts
- Groups with specific purposes and homogeneous concersn, clear agendas, and structured group meetings are moer effective than groups with less structure.
Goal setting
1. Group-centered goals
2. Common group goals that focus on the problems, concerns, and tasks
3. Individual goals that focus on the specific concerns of each group member
Goals (task groups)
1. Group-centered goals
2. Common-group goal
3. Individual goals
Authentic communication
- Always treat members suggestions and ideas about how to proceed with respect
- Link members statement with the larger purpose
- Place all relevant parts of the members' message
Involuntary members
1. Pre-contemplation
2. contemplation
3. Peparation
4. Action
5. Maintenance
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ALGEBRA
Fill in the blanks. The first step in solving a system of equations by the method of ________ is to obtain coefficients for x (or y) that differ only in sign.
INTEGRATED MATH
The tenth-grade class officers at Columbus High School want to have a special event to welcome the incoming ninth-grade students. For $1,500, they can rent the Big Ten entertainment center for an evening. Their question is what to charge for tickets to the event so that income from ticket sales will be very close to the rental charge. a. Complete a table illustrating the pattern relating number of ticket sales n required to meet the “break-even” goal to the price charged p. Then write a rule relating n to p.$ $$ \begin{matrix} \text{Price p (in dollars)} & \text{1} & \text{3} & \text{6} & \text{9} & \text{12} & \text{15}\\ \text{Tickets Sales Needed n} & \text{1,500} & \text{500}\\ \end{matrix} $$ $$ b. Study entries in the following table showing the class officers’ ideas about how price charged p will affect number of students s who will buy tickets to the event. Then write a rule relating s to p. $$ $$ \begin{matrix} \text{Price p (in dollars)} & \text{0} & \text{3} & \text{6} & \text{9} & \text{12} & \text{15}\\ \text{Likely Ticket Sales s} & \text{600} & \text{540} & \text{480} & \text{420} & \text{360} & \text{300}\\ \end{matrix} $$ $ c. Write and solve an equation that will identify the ticket price(s) that will attract enough students for the event to meet its income goal. Illustrate your solution by a sketch of the graphs of the functions involved with key intersection points labeled by their coordinates.
COLLEGE ALGEBRA
Two passengers leave the airport at Denver, Colorado. One takes a 2.3-hr flight to Seattle, Washington, and the other takes a 3.3-hr flight to New York City. The plane flying to New York flies 60 mph faster than the plane flying to Seattle. If the total distance traveled by both planes is 2662 mi, determine the average speed of each plane.
ALGEBRA2
A single-celled bacterium divides every hour. The number N of bacteria after t hours is given by the formula log2 N = t. After how many hours will there be 32 bacteria?
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