Writing is about telling your story to the world and changing the perspective of how things appear to you. Writing is about sharing your voice with the world one word at a time. It’s about creating your own opinion statement with just the right amount of detail. All writers have something they want to say, and everyone is a writer. The most important thing you should always remember as a writer is believing in yourself. If you can believe in your writing, then you can achieve the impossible and know this is a paper worth turning in.
Humans think the bears are attractive in many way. First, I think they are attractive to humans
Learning about the different type of writing styles and steps of writing was the most interesting. Descriptive essays are my favorite to read and write. If I was to write about a person, I would select a dominant impression of the person using details to convey that impression. I would also choose details to support the topic sentence. Descriptive essays help give readers vivid image in their mind. When I write descriptive essays, I use 4 steps ; I select a subject, Select details that support my
Reflecting on my life as a means of deciding on a topic, one time period struck me as particularly important in terms of writing itself: my second year of second grade. Moving to Poway in 2007, the first class I was in was Mrs. Ramin’s 2-3 combo at Painted Rock. I had purple wire-rim glasses, a brown Hello Kitty tracksuit, two friends, and a hatred of writing. This was particularly unfortunate for young Analise, since Mrs. Ramin’s main focus was writing. She encouraged her students to write daily, setting aside 20-60 minutes each day for it. Although I hated it at first, my passion for creative writing grew as I turned my love for my sister and for Webkinz into tales of adventure and peril parallel to my then favorite series, Magic Tree House. I wrote, drew, and colored whatever my seven-year-old imagination spun for me. After that spark, the fire of writing died down to a smolder until eighth grade, when I wrote my first successful essay, “Flowers for Algernon: A Comparative Essay On How Two Versions of the Story are like
Back in June 1846, the Mexican territory of California was about to witness the Bear Flag Revolt, a series of events that would forever change the territory. It all started several years back, with a small group of American citizens coming from Oregon and the east. Consequently, bringing concern to the Mexican government. Some military excursions specially the one led by john C. Freemont, alerted the local government and military commandants to heed the warning and pay special attention to the "The illegal immigrants in California" as the book calls them. A group of Anglo-Americans, who were drown to California by the lure of "Glowing reports". The first men were trappers and hunters, some came
I chose to write about the Senior Well Being Check. I think this is something that we see on the news during the cold winters, and the hot summers. Usually when we see this it is mostly showing how some of the elderly people in Chicago have to deal with not having air conditioning during the summer. I believe that this is one of better ideas that the city spends our taxpayer dollars for. Some of the elderly do not have any other family to check up on them to see how they are doing. Or if something horrific happens they do not know who to call. Another great feature to this is the ability to request follow up services to the elderly when they need it. We all have family that are getting up in their age, and knowing that the city is doing something
Are Native American’s culture from hundreds of years ago similar to our culture today? Native Americans believed in myths that they told to teach them about what they believe is right and wrong. A myth is a traditional story that involves an event that describes something about the natural world. These myths also explained why the geography of the area they live in is like that. Myths would be passed down from generation to generation by story telling in ceremonies where the whole tribe would have gathered. We have read “The World on the Turtle’s Back”, “Coyote and the Buffalo”, and Brother Bear. All of the these share the theme of explaining the workings of the natural world.
In 2005, the Vermont Teddy Bear Company produced a controversial bear for the Valentine holiday. The bear that was made was called “Crazy for You” and wore a straitjacket. It became an issue when the company was confronted for offending the mentally ill. After the problem became apparent to the organization, it responded by saying that it would continue selling the toy until the inventory was empty. It was put out for the public in January and was sold out by February 3. The ethical issue in this case is whether or not Vermont Teddy Bear Company handled the situation ethically correct.
William Faulkner’s novella “The Bear” from his collection of works, Go Down Moses, is a symbolic exploration of the relationship between man and nature in the eyes of a young boy. The heart of the issue, the warped idea of the ownership of land, is revealed thought the clash of man and nature in a wild chase that ends only in blood and death. The prey is nature itself, represented by a bear, while the hunters are men, full of greed and destructive possessiveness, pursuing that which they do not understand. Ike’s idea of the bear, presented in section 1 of the novella, expresses the idea of symbolism in relation to the bear and to the hunters and what the battle between the two represents.
After the Civil War, the American Southerners had a strong trauma that could not be forgotten. Considering that William Faulkner was also one of these Southerners, approaching to his texts through a psychoanalytic lens would be a meaningful work. In fact, Faulkner is one of the rare writers who faced Southern racial ‘taboo’: the miscegenation. In addition, a Southern Renaissance that what Faulkner does with the South through his novels are very similar with what Freud did with the European civilization after the World War I in his work about ‘psychoanalytic mourning’ (Lee 229). Actually, Faulkner went through the World War I just like Freud did and he is one of the “Lost Generations”: a group of writers who were strongly affected by the inhumanity of war. Thus, this essay will focus on analyzing Faulkner’s “The Bear” in psychoanalytical view.
In the passage from The Bear, Faulkner is outlining the reverent, supernatural, and fearful feelings that Isaac, as well as the others, placed on the bear in their minds and imaginations. Isaac at this point had never experienced the woods or the bear. He only heard the tales and stories his father and the other hunters told time and time again and glimpsed the fear in their eyes. The stories drew a undefeatable, powerful caricature of the bear and of the woods in Isaac’s mind. These narratives also revealed the lonely existence of the bear, and how he was without a wife or any children to pass his legacy onto. Somehow, it made him more formidable and invincible, and it strengthened Isaac's belief in the immortality of the bear, and how it
The Bear by William Faulkner is a bildungsroman, or a story that deals with the protagonist’s transition from youth to adulthood. As a coming of age story, The Bear shows the protagonist’s development from a boy to a man. The boy develops intellectually and skillfully through his experiences on his journey to maturity; through the aid of his father, he comes to the realization that the anticipation of an event is often more valuable than the actual occurrence.
Often times I wonder what my thoughts look like scattered out on a sheet of paper. Do I ramble on? Am I in control? Does it depend on the topic? Personally I think it mostly depends on the topic, because I honestly do not care about some of the topics that are driven into my head by family, friends, or school. When given the choice of topic I could often ramble for hours and therefore my pen cannot keep pace with the rambling session that is taking place in my head.
The black bear is the smallest North American bear. The adults are usually less than six feet long and stand about two to three feet tall at shoulders. The weight of a black bear varies between 125-500 ponds. They have small eyes and rounded ears. Also their snout is very long. Each paw has five very strong claws, which is used for tearing, digging, and climbing. One single hit from the front paw is enough to kill an adult deer. A black
Bear Fighting  In a typical bear fighting event there are twenty five fights. In