Obama's Sixth Man in the Stand Hand
The root words program is self teaching and involves students in repetitive behaviors as described by William James in his 1899 speech to teachers on students' habits in removing anxiety about the upshot of their education and becoming friends with their nervous system. This program is also visibly expressed by the mystery associated with the assurances inherent in the home court advantage and the repeating of behaviors by the sixth man in the stand in the short period of time it takes to view a basketball game. This visible representation is an excellent teaching model for understanding what the root words card games and program will do. Others have described repeating behaviors for visible observation but with far longer intervals of time between the repetitive behaviors and the assured outcome that repeating causes. Root words are foundational. Students become engrossed in the fun and entertainment of the program's activities.
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