Assuming the office of chief Superintendent of Education in Upper Canada, Egerton immediately swung into action as he continued to make countless creative, as well as, extensive changes targeted to remodelling the Upper Canada school system whose general control of the school was within his jurisdiction- the Chief Superintendent. Egerton had the prerogative to “set standards for the curriculum; supervised the training, inspection and examination of teachers; and oversaw the selection and distribution of textbooks, through a central depository and press plant which encouraged the publication of works by home-grown authors. Libraries were organized in every school”. (Claude W.D, 2002, para 7)
Hi Neal: I hope everything is well. I was checking the Miami Heat schedule for next week and they will be playing at home against the Chicago Bulls. That means the return of Dwyane Wade to Miami. I will have to go live to the AA Arena that day.
Ishmael Leseur I just can’t believe the choices I’ve made. Well most of them. Why do I have such bad luck, especially with Barry? I guess I’ve grown as a person throughout grade 9. Maybe it was all character building. Well looking back it didn’t have to be a big deal. Come the end of the year I care less about what people think because I have good friends. I’m even happier I took up debating as a hobby, it has really helped me with my social ability. Oh and I should have supported James scobie in his battle against Barry, not that he ever looked like needing it. But I’m happy for standing up for what turned out to be Kelly Faulkner’s little brother, after all it’s going to give me a bonus if I choose to ask her out no that was a good choice.
I interviewed Julie French, one of my teachers from high school. Julie has been married to the love of her life for thirty-three years, and eight years later they had their daughter. She is fifty-six years old, and has been teaching for twenty-two years. Julie is a science teacher at Lone Grove. Julie’s dedication to the student’s learning, why she chose science, and the relationship between her and her students is why I chose her instead of a different teacher.
Casablanca, to me, is a very unique artifact to study. I think that studying this artifact, is very creative and engaging. One thing that sticks out to me relating Casablanca, is the lighting, as mentioned in a group’s project. When watching film, I tend to overlook the lighting, but when seeing the project, it made me think differently. Every movie filmed has a purpose for every scene, there are no accidents. One scene that stuck out to me was the scene with Ilsa and Rick. In the scene Ilsa looks as if she is glowing , she lights up her area of the room, and lights up the front of Rick, while behind him is dark. In my opinion this scene is symbolizing how Rick is in a dark place, hence the dark lighting behind him. When Ilsa walks into the room, it's like a new Rick appears, which is more brighter. I think it is safe to say that this is no accident at all as far as coming from the producers. In my opinion I think this scene would not be as effective if the lighting was not like this, the message may be completely different. This scene makes me think of a part of my favorite tv show Pretty Little Liars. In Pretty Little Liars, the main antagonist of the show “-A” is revealed. When -A is revealed, the lighting becomes very dark, and there is a sense of darkness, or horror. This lightning fits the scene very well. When this character, who is terrible to the other characters anonymously, is finally revealed, it would not be beneficial to have bright lighting, or a sense of light. Just like the scene from Casablanca, both of these scenes would affect the viewer differently and make them think of these scenes as something different.
All of the trials that Jacobs portrayed throughout the narrative showed that women went through more psychological trauma than men during slavery. Jacobs showed that although people go through things and might have to sacrifice some things, its okay to keep moving and try to get your freedom. I believe that Jacobs' story did need to be heard and that it was smart of her to publish the narrative,because it helped give more insight into why women have such a strong mental state and how as women can overcome situations.
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“Bro you’re like totally hard-core but sometimes you’re flashing the rambunctiousness!” The two most opposite words in the entire dictionary is what I and many others feel represent me best. Not committed, scary, dedicated or strict but hard-core. Because when I’m not focused in on the task at hand, what
I grew up a very thin, lanky girl; usually taller than most of my classmates. My metabolism was always fast, and I never played any aggressive sports. As soon as I was out of high school I started to notice I was putting on a little bit of weight. I would go to the gym and do cardio for an hour, but it never seemed to give my body much justice in the end. At the age of 24 one of my friends started doing fitness competitions. I started to look into these fitness competitions more, and realized this is how I could completely change my physique.
I woke up 4 am Christmas morin’ thinking why i told that story to ya’ll those Logans. Everytime it hits me just hit me and i’se come balling every time. I stayed in bed the rest of the morin’ thinking why i had to lose all my family. I heard Cassie, Christopher John, and Little Man knocking on the door around sunrise. I didn’t answer.
Imagine of being born and grew-up without having communication in your country. Back in my childhood life, I created a massive of problems with my parents, teachers, and even friends which made me felt lachrymose. Could not understand why my parents and teachers were outraged that I can feel being discriminated, abused, and humiliated. Not learning to speak and understand English until I became six. However, I spoke a couple of languages, Vietnamese and Chinese though. As a child, the time when I lived with my grandma for a while, she first taught how to speak Chinese. And when I move to live with my mom, she starts lecturing me on speaking Vietnamese. As I began proceeding to Preschool, these two languages stuck between my head. Still,
As a child, reading was an activity that I loved and grasped from the moment I opened my eyes and saw the world around me; one full of big letters, long syllables, descriptive words, and jazzy sentences that combined to create exhilarating descriptions of everything I would come across in my thrilling adventures. From the earliest stages of my life to my first simple words, to recognizing how a colorful picture matched the plot of a story, I grew, developed, and spent time with the wonderful people around me whom I was blessed to call my uncles, aunts, and cousins. They had spent hours upon hours pouring their time into teaching me the arduous process of reading, instructing everything they could about sounds, syllables, pronunciation, and
Bret Harte water polo star Logan Apley had a good week in the pool, leading the Bullfrogs to victories over Kimball and Central Catholic. The senior helped Bret Harte knock off Kimball 13-12 and Central Catholic 24-10.
In the historical narrative, The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano, the narrator is unreliable. In the narrative, Equiano explains his tough journey through slavery and talks about the terrible conditions he went through to make it out of slavery. He states that he was born in Nigeria, but many sources show that he was born in South Carolina. English professor Vincent Carretta found that, “Equiano’s 1759 baptismal records from a London church listed his birthplace as South Carolina, and later uncovered a ship’s muster list from 1773 that also noted Equiano was born in South Carolina” (Carretta 2005). This shows that Equiano was in fact, born in South Carolina. This changes the affect the narrative has on a reader. It shows
Mad: Paralyzed Arm During the mad activities, we had to put on a buttoned shirt with on arm. We had to imagine we were going to a work interview with a paralyzed arm, and we had to look our best. The hardest part of that activity