Observation Essay Topics

Pioneer Square Observation Report

In Pioneer square there are many places to sit and observe the people whom pass by, but perhaps one of the most interesting places to go is the food court inside the pioneer square mall. I found that the best time to observe all the micro cultures was at lunch time, when people take a… View Article

The Warren Court

Justice Warren and his term as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States made an impact on the country’s criminal justice system and the criminal process. During his term as chief justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, Justice Warren led the body in making substantial and revolutionary changes in criminal procedure.            … View Article

Tides Case

1)why the east cost has one high and one low tide a day but other parts of the world have two per day? The most common type of tide around the world is the semi-diurnal type; this consists of two high and two low tides per day. Semi-diurnal tides occur when water is not uniformly… View Article

To write a production paper of my 5 minutes film “The Hole”

Observation and real experiences of sex, desire and the various aspects related to sexuality inspired our group to produce a film, which narrated and discussed regarding this topic. While browsing through the early literatures, our team came across the events related to the Peloponnesian war, which was fought during the 5th century B.C. One member… View Article

A Visual Art Observation

Starry Night of Vincent Van Gogh is one interesting work of art to analyse. It is very striking due to its heavy brush strokes and luminous colours. The seemingly endless curves and swirls can entice you into exploring the piece more intently. Visually, it is a mystical amalgamation of black and blue. Hence, conveying an… View Article

Child Observation Study

1.) Describe the child’s physical appearance. Short and chunky, about 2 feet tall, around 25 pounds, stubby arms and legs, and soft, short curly hair and a small beautiful smile 2.) Give examples of gross motor skills that you observe. Are they age-typical? She walks, runs, and crawls fine. She doesn’t grasp objects very well… View Article

Child Development Observation

The setting of where I observed the baby was at my house in the family room. The family room can be pictured as a square. The door to enter the house is in one corner of the family room. To the left of the door there is a mirror on the wall and next to… View Article

Botany Lab Report

Introduction This study observed the effects of different body fluids and solutions relative to breaking down bacteria, specifically in the human body. The enzymes we studied, lysozomes, help the body lyse, or break down bacteria by targeting peptidoglycan in bacterial walls. The solutions and fluids studied were saliva, mucus, tears, a stock solution of lysozomes,… View Article

How to Make Your Dream Come True

“No person has the right to rain on your dreams,” said Martin Luther King Jr. People love to laugh at those dreamers who have creative thoughts. They will be called a “weirdo” or “freak.” It happens a lot in high schools. Some of them will give up their dream because they do not want to… View Article

ECH Observation and Assessment

This paper describes anecdotal record and running account that were accomplished by me in order to understand the behavior of Pressley, an eight years old boy. The paper analyzes information about Pressley and presents a series of suggestions about next steps for the teacher to take. Completed anecdotes I was writing are useful in interpreting… View Article

Descriptive Research Article

Descriptive research plays an important role in educational research because it has greatly increased our knowledge about what happens in the classroom. What is descriptive research? Descriptive research can involve collecting quantitative information, or it can describe categories of information such as patterns of interaction when using technology in the classroom. Although it may employ… View Article

Development from conception to age 16 years

E1. 0-3 – Social and Emotional. Babies around the age of 0-3 will learn how to make eye contact, smile and laugh at others, this will get adults attention and start to form good bonds between the baby and mother. Within social development children learn to make friends and understand the importance of social development… View Article


During my clinical observations, I spent a total of 19 hours at the imaging center, emergency room, as well as the computed tomography departments. The facility practices state of the art digital radiography, which is a world away from my original clinical observations of the late eighties when film was used. I found, the advantages… View Article

Naturalistic Observation

For my observation i went to a local child care. There I observed a Three year old little boy named Seth. I observed Seth from 12:30 in the afternoon until approximately 1:10 in the afternoon on Saturday June 8th. The facility was very open inside, and bright. Also the room is very colorful with lots… View Article

Preschool Observation

There is growth and development in a child if he or she shows the necessary skills or milestones for his or her age. This essay is a case study of a pre-school child. An observation was done to determine whether the child has matured intellectually, emotionally and physically with her age. The child, who is… View Article

Observations of an Apple

The assignment was to observe a fruit or vegetable for at least an hour. I thought it was crazy and pointless but not so ridiculous that I would not do it and earn a bad grade. Before I started, I read Samuel Scudder’s essay “Learning to See” where he talks about having to do a… View Article

Setting of the Evolution of Calpurnia Tate

The book is set in a small Texan town (Fentress) that is prone to chronic heat waves. The town is surrounded by greenery, farms and fields. Callie Vee (Calpurnia Tate) often explores San Marcos River. The river was separated from her house by a crescent-shaped field of five acres of feral, uncleared woods. There is… View Article

The Child

Introduction Good afternoon everyone. Today I’m going to talk to you about the high/scope approach in a childcare setting. I’d like to start off by saying for parents I believe a main concern of theirs at this stage of their child’s life if they are sending their child to a childcare setting is finding the… View Article

Child Devlopment

Cognitive Development consists of imagination, sequencing, problem solving and memory, all these are featured in the boy I observed, Aaron King who was the little boy I chose to observe. He is a four year-old preschooler at the above named learning center. I started observing Aaron at the beginning of their circle time. During the… View Article

Setting of Observation

A specific area in a large park. 2:10: Two (2) women stood beside a picnic table over which was covered with a blue plastic tablecloth. They put their purses beneath the table to the far right hand side leaning against the leg. One (1) woman placed rocks at each corner of the tablecloth so it… View Article

Criticism of Quitak’s Child observation

Quitak first explains that she is “working on the assumption that the problematic aspects of our experience contain the maximum potential”. However I think it is important to clarify from the outset, how she reached this assumption, as the reader does not know whether she went into the observation with this belief or whether these… View Article

During an Unsystematic Observation

During an unsystematic observation we evaluate the hypothesis based on the observations that we have. When we observe tings we have to be careful and know what we see without hypothesizing about it. We all use unsystematic observation, every day in our lives. We may not be aware of this process, but it is utilized… View Article

Students in the 21st Century

Conduct an observation of 1-2 hours in a location that is not a school (e.g., mall, movie theatres, athletic or musical organizations, pizza arcade, church, parks) where students congregate and observe: 1. Communication styles (verbal and nonverbal) At our family dinner I noticed that the old kids was not talking to each other. They was… View Article

Synthesis Paper

According to the course syllabus we were introduced to the techniques of psychological research. This course was able to provide an understanding of how research is done, and what methods we can use to do so. By having a clear understanding of research and techniques used, it allows us to communicate effectively in regards to… View Article

Observational Essay

Observations are a type of primary research that involves spending time watching people or other creatures interact with each other and the world around them. Observations are used in nearly every field and can be incredibly useful in gathering information. Types of Participation Before observing, consider how you as an observer may alter the event… View Article

Naturalistic Observation

My observation locations are Starbucks and restaurant. I chose them as my observation location because those are the places where people normally talk, study, socialize and interact in a casual manner. Woman & Woman The first pair I observed is woman and woman. It was in the Starbucks, two Korean women around 19 years old… View Article

Narrative Report

Acknowledgement First I would like to thank for God for the daily life that he given to me, for the good health, wisdom knowledge and power to challenge and face in any problem that comes in my life. To my parents Father Santos and mother Editha for their support, love and encouragement. To Mr. Angelo… View Article

Child Study Paper

The Child Study data I have gathered comes from the observation I have completed at Mission Bell Elementary School. Mission Bell Elementary School is a local school in Riverside. In the P. M preschool class there are 24 students, one teacher, and one assistant. The child I decided to observe is names Zoe. Zoe is… View Article

Scientific Method Matching Exercise Resource

1) a) A scientist, based on his observation of the pond, believes that if a pond is exposed to the waste of an industrial plant, then the growth of algae will be accelerated. 2) b) In her laboratory, a scientist pours a vial of waste water, collected from the industrial plant, and adds it to… View Article

Critical Observation

The aspect of psychological basically relates the scientific explanation regarding the behavioral characteristics and personality issue of an individual as a human being. In this field, the critical aspects of personality development and behavioral characteristics of each person as unique and individual beings are explored relating to their social action and behavior. Included in this… View Article