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Jikeria McSwain 1.05 Byzantines
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Assessment 01.05 The Byzantines
How would you name the school? What would be its mascot? Explain your choices.
I would name the school based on what it best applies. If, let's say, this school was particularly gifted in art, then an artistic figure would be inspired for its name and mascot.
ames and mascots, by definition, are always closely related to each other. If a school's name were "Bluebird", then it's very likely that the mascot will be blue, a bird, or a mix of both.
Why do you think symbols like a name or mascot are so important to the people of the city?
People feel that they should have something to represent them in a positive format, and something to distinguish themselves from other places around the city.
Land marks and capitols also usually apply to this.
Why would it be important to the students?
Students (Primarily football players) grow up in this environment for a small majority of their lives. Students will likely look back on memories, often from school in their early years, and memories are best left treasured and not despised.
They should be proud of what they present, and they should enjoy being a part of the community they were destined for.
What are two goals you could recommend the new principal to consider when opening up the
Goals such as environment and strategy. Teachers should be attentive to their students in strategic teaching, and be flexible if a number of students are having difficulties.
Environment could be a big concern, because negative things will crush the reputation of a school entirely.
Identify two challenges that principal may have in achieving those goals?
Students may have to be aware and cooperative. A happy community, is a community that's well-ruled.
Teachers would have to be dedicated to their students, for the sake of learning.
How does this controversy relate to the development of the Byzantine Empire?
How does this controversy differ from issues in the Byzantine Empire?
Schools will occasionally have 'groups' based on their actions or believes. In example, Jocks, Preps, Nerds... They all serve to a separate category from the other. The same happened in the Byzantine Empire, during the Great Schism.
School doesn't allow religious topics in school (unless part of a study) for obvious purposes.
The Byzantine, however, seems to focus on that topic quite often in its timeline.