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in this south korean drama, a college student is arrested and imprisoned for killing his older sister, who is believed to have killed herself. the story starts off as a mystery, but after a long search for the solution, we learn that the young man really committed murder. soon after the incident, the young man puts a tape recorder in his bedroom and starts to record his nightly conversations with his sister, creating a detailed diary of the entire story. the drama is filled with mystery, suspense and is also a social commentary of how the justice system works in south korea. this is a great show to watch if you are looking for something very engaging. it has a lot of interesting plot twists, and the follow-up is really worth your time. i found it surprisingly moving at times. the characters are very interesting and very unique, and the way they were formed is very realistic. the ending of the drama is definitely unexpected and reveals the true nature of the characters in a very interesting way. the drama is not for the faint of heart and will not be easy to get through. watch it if you want to learn a thing or two about south korea, and how the justice system works in that country.
i recommend this drama because of its interesting characters, brilliant, realistic action, and intriguing storyline. by the end of the first episode, you will have so many questions! the characters and dynamics of the family are also quite realistic. i found this to be a great family drama, and i cant wait to continue watching. i would rate this as the most enjoyable drama to watch so far.
this section is intended to provide additional clarity around the two main options for instruction for children with special education needs: i) in-person instruction and ii) independent study. this article is intended to inform parents about the different options, help them compare them based on their situation, and prompt conversations about how to best support their childs learning. parents should look for a school that offers their childs disability level of general education and that has the ability to specialize in the area that their child needs. exceptions include: medical and mental health issues, sensory impairments, cognitive delays, and dyslexia. some school districts have restricted the number of independent study centers to which parents can apply. if your child receives special education at a school that provides independent study, you may want to evaluate all of the centers your child can attend (e.g., on-campus, off-campus, at a school district, etc.) to determine the place your child would do best. additionally, you may wish to work with a school counselor to narrow the number of centers you consider. independent study programs vary in size and budget and can vary in the number of hours their students are required to spend in class. typically, these programs, unlike general education courses, are held on an individual basis, ranging from as little as 20 or 30 hours per week to as many as 250 hours per week. the professional preparation, training, and support you receive as a special educator depend on your specific education level and jurisdiction. you can typically only receive professional preparation after you pass the required educational and licensing requirements to obtain a license to teach. some states and provinces that require professional preparation for a specific education level or an associate degree for k-12 special education instruction offer the preparation in specialized academic tracks. in order to receive this specialized preparation, you must show evidence of success in other educational settings or situations such as a previous tutoring, teaching experience, or off-site observation. 5ec8ef588b