PVST+ reduces bandwidth consumption compared to traditional CCNA 2 Chapter 2 implementations of STP that use CST.
Students wishing to pursue the CCNA certification will need to stay up with the class AND perform the additional tasks. There may be a time when you can work independently during class time on your own, but you may not know enough yet to work on your own. CCNA 2 Chapter 2 ANY student wishing to pursue the CCNA can do so – no one is holding you back from working as far ahead as you feel comfortable. If the CCNA is your goal, then you should pass the ICND1 this year. Plan to take the test more than once before passing it.
In the following ideas for describing tools I try to combine the Pedagogy Wheel and the Conversational Framework. See my previous post for images of those models. The wheel is helpful because it actually categorizes tools; most of which we know. The Framework is good because it describes complete Teaching-Learning cycles. Diana Laurillard has already done some of the sorting work in chapter 6 of her book Teaching as a Design Science I combine these pedagogical features of a tool with practical information you need to choose well.
Now, a lot of the shift in form and content was necessary, not just because director Michael Uppendahl had a shorter window to work in than Noah Hawley did on the premiere , but because so much of the pilot was devoted to placing us inside David’s mind in a less literal way than we get here, so we could understand what it’s like to be him and be unsure of the state of his sanity and/or powers. Having accomplished that masterfully in their opening episode, Hawley and company now have to start telling the larger story of Legion, which involves a fair amount of exposition about the various players — primarily Jean Smart’s Melanie Bird, who dominates much of this week’s action — the stakes, and how the world functions. The cost of getting a delightfully weird and at times baffling episode of TV like Chapter 1” is an hour like this that has to keep pausing to explain things that there wasn’t time for a week ago because we had to fit in a Bollywood number.
Meanwhile, Lee is trying to reconnect with her daughter, Flora. She brings her to the Roanoke house, which she admits wasn’t the greatest idea. Best case scenario: they’re being terrorized by savage hillbillies. Worst: the house is being haunted by ghosts, or something even more sinister. Regardless, Lee wants to get some bonding time in. She’s taken aback when she finds Flora talking into the cellar, saying that her friend, Priscilla, would give her a bonnet. Just after that, a window breaks in another room, and Lee finds a bonnet laying among the shattered glass. But that’s far from the worst of Priscilla.