2021.10.23 23:27 markwins12 Whats something stupid that scarred your life as a kid?
2021.10.23 23:27 curiousjane23 Our neighbor has a pig & our dogs won’t stop trying to get through the fence. Help.
We have doubled our fence. We are putting boards up horizontally. We will even install chicken wire.
We are looking for ideas to stop the dogs from ripping the boards to get at this pig. One has already gotten through the fence twice.
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2021.10.23 23:27 Dshotz2728 Moonboys discover aliens
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2021.10.23 23:27 Man_of_Dynasty Let this be my last art post before I leave Reddit cuz I'm going to be really busy the next few months
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2021.10.23 23:27 KlonoaGuntz I dont think forbidden trial 1 is possible, theres 2 heroes that have an impassable damage limit that still count reflection damage in its fullest amount. They also heal too much and have loads of hp. Any suggestions?
2021.10.23 23:27 Mountain_dweller48 Things aren’t so bad… enjoy your weekend
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2021.10.23 23:27 dahpacman Was thinking of upgrading my cpu from a ryzen 5 3600 to a 5800x but dont know how to update my mobo bios and if I did update the bios before I got the cpu would I still be able to use my 3600 before the new cpu arrives
2021.10.23 23:27 TypeFinancial1834 How to improve mental game for big races?
Hello, my cross country season had pretty much gone to plan and I'm sitting at a 16:40. However, we have regional championships coming up and I'm right on the border of making states. I get myself so worked up about the race that it affects me even on off days. I'm most afraid of being disappointed, and its to the point whered I'd rather miss out by a lot than get passed in the kick for the final spot. How can I improve my mental to get through the pressure?
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2021.10.23 23:27 PreschoolBoole Just moved, kitchen is half the size…
Any one that has a small kitchen or has gone from a large kitchen to a smaller one have any tips? I feel like I have to be super lean, before I moved I thinned my kitchen and after arriving I’m realizing I have to do it again. I have pots and pans stacked on top of my cabinets and my pantry is largely taken up by baking flour, sugar, rice, etc.
Trying to remain optimistic but honestly it’s just a bit depressing.
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2021.10.23 23:27 Jazzieir What's with the recent spike in lag?
2021.10.23 23:27 VagrantValmar Can you miss out on the first emmi permanently if you skip it?
2021.10.23 23:27 great_red_dragon Aerondight!
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2021.10.23 23:27 4thDevilsAdvocate Why don't charity organizations invest in the stock market to raise cash? It seems that it'd be a good way to turn a little bit of money into a lot of it - you just need to invest in something stable and nonvolatile.
2021.10.23 23:27 needs_more_yoy What if you miss?
2021.10.23 23:27 KW_Immortal Just got my SMAW D1.5 cert today and I’ll be welding on Monday. I’m pretty stoked. I haven’t stick welded since 2017 and spent about 2 weeks practicing prior to taking the test.
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2021.10.23 23:27 DarkghoulVL KAYDOE - HIP - beat hard asf🔥🔥
2021.10.23 23:27 Sarah_smiles_twice Pepino on Pepino violence no es bueno = 😥💔
2021.10.23 23:27 chriszhu Found a home for GMK Noel 🎉
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2021.10.23 23:27 FarWestEros Why all the things people are concerned about are a result of Silas's coaching methods
Disclaimer: I am not a professional basketball player or coach and have no idea what I am talking about.
I am an English teacher. In the world of language learning, there are a number of different methodologies that teachers use. The oldest method, Grammar Translation, dates back millennia and is probably similar to what many of you have done in school. Lots of bookwork and dictionary involvement. The next evolution in language training came in the early 20th century with the Audiolingual method, which focused on lots of repetitive drills.
I'll skip this over a few other, less popular iterations to get straight to Communicative Language Teaching and "The Natural Approach", which focuses on acquiring the language in a trajectory similar to how children learn it, with an emphasis on scaffolding learners' knowledge through exposure to largely comprehensible input with an extremely minimal amount of new information slowly layered upon it in a contextualized manner that has been shown to be more effective at long-term retention.
This method has a number of advantages, most notably that it enhances learner interest and involvement and has better long-term results, including more native-like pronunciation, accuracy, and fluency.
So what does this have to do with basketball?
Possibly nothing. But to hear Silas's comments about coaching "organically", it certainly sounds as if he is attempting a basketball coaching equivalent to the Natural Approach of language learning.
He is not concerned with drills (Audiolingual) or learning particular plays (Grammar Translation) at this stage. He specifically states that those will be added later if necessary.
The goal of his method appears to be allowing the players to discover what they need to do on their own through the timeless process of "trial and error". He is not trying to force too much information into their brains in the beginning, or suggest that there are only certain effective plays to get desired results. He is allowing them room to learn the most fundamental aspects of each other's games first, and hoping that they will then start self-actualizing how best to get to those skillsets.
Having a coach yell from the sideline about how something should happen is familiar to most people, because it is a traditional technique. But that doesn't make it the 'best' technique. When a student learns something for themselves by recognizing why it is more effective than other methods, it will have a far more lasting impact on their psyche.
Ingraining solid fundamentals may well have better results in the long term, but it will almost certainly result in higher levels of enjoyment for the players. And with stated goals of having fun and improving, I'd be shocked if this wasn't the driving force behind why he isn't spamming particular plays that have been shown to be previously effective. His goal may well be for the players to discover when and how to get into those sets themselves; but hoping that their primary comfort level comes from just playing the way they have always played before, and hoping that the guys pick up on clues about how their teammates prefer to operate.
On top of that, it is important to remember that the best play for our team is not PnR or PnP or High screen actions or ANYTHING in a half-court set.
The best thing for this team to do is run like hell in transition, and that does not lend itself towards set plays at all. Instead, he needs everyone internalizing how to react in the heat of split-second moments. This is likely why he spent all preseason installing his 'random' offense... It's an attempt to get guys on the same wavelength through shared experience instead of drilling situations that are rarely repeated in in-game scenarios.
Anyway... This is getting long and probably boring, so I'll stop for now... But it is just to say, that if Silas is attempting this coaching style, it would explain why everything has looked the way it has so far. Of course another option is that he just doesn't have a clue what he is doing out there and letting them run around like chickens with their heads cut off. Or there is the middle ground that he is attempting to do something that he just doesn't have the skill to pull off.
Whether he can properly get them to take the next steps in advancement through gentle coaxing and self-actualization is a very difficult techniques for a teacher to manage and requires a great deal of experience. He may need to revert to more traditional methods (as he acknowledged in his post-game interview), or it may be that the players lack the BBIQ to advance quickly enough without a familiar, steady hand of instruction.
But if he can effectively utilize a Natural Approach to basketball coaching, then it should result in some insane team chemistry.
I'm interested in seeing what his next steps are, how quickly players incorporate his teachings, and whether or not ownership has patience for a less-traditional methodology that typically won't see immediate results due to the lack of immediate goals or pressure to attain specific benchmarks.
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2021.10.23 23:27 Basstezi Inktober Day 23 • "Leak" • Speedpaint
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2021.10.23 23:27 ejsfsc07 What's the weirdest thing you've heard a couple argue about?
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2021.10.23 23:27 DreGu90 If Liberty is to the US, Honor is to the Japanese, and Family is to Mexico, what positive value does your country value the most?
2021.10.23 23:27 HalfHalfB_2 Nier Automata: Creepy Son Of A Bitch | Part 8
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2021.10.23 23:27 Illustrious_South135 Kobe Bryant Topps rookie card fake
Hey guys, was just wondering if I could get some help on telling whether a Topps Kobe rookie is a reprint or not, it’s hard to tell the differences on ebay, thanks!
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