As an Art educator, I'm satisfied with how that permits me to bond with Brittany and Angel. Subsequent to going to a Painting with a Twist birthday party, I showed Brittany the sketch we chipped away at. She was awed and said she wanted to attempt it. It's a delightful photo of a wolf crying amidst the night, with the moon and stars in sight. Since I understood a great deal of things are directed for Brittany, I always give her choices. That is something I saw from our first activity of making an "I Am" board. When I attempted to help her position her affirmative words, she didn't falter to let me know whether she favored things to be done in another way. In this way, I facilitated the activity, and she unreservedly guided her innovativeness. In this way, …show more content…
I can perceive how extreme it is for Ms. Jackson to gather everybody for a trip. In this way, I appreciate becoming more acquainted with everybody through the best interaction we can schedule. I know the class is reaching an end soon, and so will this project. Hopefully, I hope I can remain associated with the family, similar to the kids asking me to. As my week 6 blog expressed, Brittany didn't at first trust my identity, how I discovered her, or what I required from her. Therefore, I don't want her to see me as another grown-up who uses her for an agenda, and afterward vanish. I additionally don't need her to feel like I'm another grown-up that always examines her. It doesn't mean I anticipate keeping up a relationship out of guilt. However, I will gladly recollect April as the month Brittany and Angel will celebrate their fifth and twelfth birthdays. Much the same as I shared what a canvas is, I'll feel fulfilled to realize that Brittany picked up something from my association with her too. I thought it was decent to hear her say, "Are we going to do the compass soon?" I was confused and had no clue what she was alluding to, until it
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Angels in America contains many grueling subplots that focus on each character’s individual story as they intertwine together to form a Tony-award winning production. Prior Walter is a homosexual man living in New York City during the 1980s, and was recently diagnosed with AIDS. At this point in history, Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome was considered taboo, there was no affordable medication available to the public, and once diagnosed, it was assumed that death was just around the corner. However, even during his weakest and most undignified moments, Prior Walter never once tried to force attention on his situation or make others pity his diagnosis. He lived his life as if he was completely healthy and was not face to face with death. Prior encounters many situations and health concerns that not many people have to face at the same time, and he does so with the utmost class and poise.
The play Marisol was much different than what I had expected. The interpretations of the characters were interesting to me. As the story unfolded, the main characters; Marisol, The Angel, June, and Lenny all began to use tactics to reach their objectives however, the two that grabbed my attention the most were The Angel and Lenny.
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Wars have been fought for many different reasons through the years, and that holds true for the American Civil War (1861-1865). In Michael Shaara's Pulitzer Prize winning novel, The Killer Angels, the reasons for fighting the war are brought about through the officers and soldiers at a famous battle site of the Civil War, Gettysburg. Gettysburg was one of the most documented battles of the whole war. It took place over a span of three days and can be viewed as a turning point from Confederate prominence to Confederate demise. As in any conflict, there are two sides to the story. The Union and the Confederacy each had their own views as to why they were fighting the war. Victors write the history so too often only the Union side is
In the Battle of Gettysburg that took place on July 1, 1863, and ended on July 3, many casualties and injuries resulted from the fighting between those few days, leading to the victory of the Union Army. As mentioned in the Killer Angels, the hospitals were tents where soldiers were treated for their wounds on the battlefield, in the view of anyone and everyone. Amputations were almost every physician’s immediate response to bullet wounds shattering bones, amongst other types of injuries. Medicine was not as advanced back then as it is now, especially in the battlefield. Often, physicians and other medical professionals did not use proper hygienic techniques, which led to further complications due to bacteria and
The Killer Angels by Michael Shaara is not just a telling of the Battles of Gettysburg, but includes fictional accounts on a real event. It takes you back in time to some of the bloodiest battles in our nation’s history, where one side fought for freedom, and the other fought for a new way of life. The novel takes you on a journey through the eyes of various leaders from the Union and Confederate sides, including Robert E. Lee, James Longstreet, Arthur Fremantle, John Buford, and Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain. The book includes the four days both leading to and including the most courageous and nation changing battles of America’s history.
My name is Kaitlyn Hoopingarner, and I am a senior at West High School. Sioux City, Iowa has been my home for my whole life. At West High, I am involved in multiple activities: varsity wrestling cheer, robotics, and theatre. In addition to my school activities, I also paint, crochet, and play video games. I plan to attend Iowa State University to major in Computer Science. My birthday is July 25th, and Christmas is December 25th; so, my birthday is "Christmas in
As a third and fourth grader, I participated in choir. I enjoyed it then but decided to stop so that I would have more time for homework. In the beginning of seventh grade, when it came time to decide if you want to join choir, Maria Abbulone and I chose to sign up. We thought it would be a fun experience because we enjoy singing, and we had done it in past years. As choir practices began, Maria and I thought that it would be a fun experience for the year, and we might decide to do it in eighth grade. As the choir kicked into full swing, everything was going well.
After many long weeks it seem to Rhoda, she finally going to Minnesota and learn so many new things. “Rhoda time to say goodbye to everyone,” Rhoda mother Pippi Mississippi yelled from downstairs. Rhoda closed her suitcase and ran downstairs with it. She smiled at her parents and all her friends, she hugged her friends Olivia, Amelia, and Ezra. “We will miss,” Amelia said. “Yeah, just because you are going to be gone for month does not me you cannot call us,” Ezra stated. Rhoda just stared at all three of her friends, Ezra was the tallest of the bunch and sometimes they called him big foot, Olivia is very athletic and loves to have a good time, and Amelia was the most emotional person of the bunch and sometimes very hard to be around. But, as she looked at her friends she knew she would miss them very much. “Group hug,” Olivia yelled as she made that motion to hug. “Guys I will be gone for one month nothing that big,” Rhoda said after their hug. They all smiled at each other as Rhoda dad begun to speak, “I think it time for you hoodrats to leave.” “I agree with him,” Rhoda mom Pippi said. “Well goodbye Rhoda Minnesota,” Olivia said as they walked out of Rhoda’s house. “Well do you have everything?” Murray asked Rhoda. That was a good question, Rhoda thought to herself; a question like that is hard to answer because a you never know what you need or what you have to have. Rhoda looked at her suitcase and
We flew down the bumpy trails with dust in our face. Maria took Rachel and I four-wheeling with some friends. It was two o’clock in the morning and my mom didn't know where we were. Maria Tormanen is my older sister. Maria has a positive influence on me because she is always pushing me out of my comfort zone. She supports me in what i do and she goes after her dreams, I admire that.
As you walked through the doors of Northstar nursing home, you see the shaky hands, the bruised arms, and the wide animated eyes of Eddy. Eddy could barely drink his daily post-meal coffee without assistance, nevertheless, he at his ripe old age of 96 smiled through it all. From every spill, he needed to be cleaned up to attending reading sessions he never stopped being full of life. With him came smiles and laughs all around, he brightened up that desolate nursing home, and I was fortunate enough to be a part of it.
God allowed me into the world on the day of November 26, 1997, as Kierra Brittany Brossette. I was born in the city of Baton Rouge, Louisiana. I am a mere simpleton in society, I do not participate in any activities that pertains to the advancement of one’s physical self; however, I do participate in the school’s step team, Red Storm, which this year will be my third year of being a member of the team. Many would categorize me as “weird”, because I do not participate nor think on the level of an average teenager, my mom raised me based off the aspects of wisdom. My interests are sociology the science of society also, fashion. Fashion is a concept that allows me to convey my interests that pertains to anything dealing with the aspects of the nineties and eighties. I internally believe that I was born in the wrong generation; my heart and soul do not belong in the time frame. Recently, I’ve started my first job as a bookstore clerk at Lone Star Cyfair Community College; working Monday through Thursday, and Saturdays. I love it, it’s a simply job that does not require much as a beginner.
It was Brittany's birthday, she was be surrounded by all the people who cared and loved her deeply. The whole afternoon was spent celebrating her beautiful 22 years of life. Being that Brittany is a Kindergarten teacher, David gifted her a custom-made storybook filled with photos, memories, and milestones. As she read out loud to everyone--just as she would in the classroom ;)--the book wrapped up with her newest & most cherished adventure yet....David. The final pages read, "Now they’re finally together as happy as can be, but one thing still remained, so he looked at her and asked…..Will You Marry Me?". Right then, with ring in hand, David asked Brittany to spend forever by his side.
Mac was just a confused, anxious, and desperate man after their crash. I feel bad that he had to endure such a harsh survival on the raft and not even live to see the end of it. Although this is true, I, like Louie, would have been disappointed that he had eaten the only food supply after the crash of their plane. If I was in Mac’s position, I’m not sure if I would have eaten all the chocolate, but I would have definitely felt the need to do something. When Louie decides it is a good idea to pet a shark, the sharks attack the raft. Louie’s life is saved by Mac when he defends the sharks away with a paddle. This shows bravery and that Mac was not a coward like Louie had deemed him when he ate the food. Mac risked Louie and Phil’s lives
). All characters who find the strength to break down with traditions and norms of the society and start living the way they feel like are the ones who find happiness or, at least desire to keep living and have a purpose. One of those characters is definitely Harper who finds power to free herself from the loveless marriage and strict religious codes under which she was raised. Similarly, Louis who has been tormented by the Jewish sense of guilt, by the end of the play manages to overcome this and accept himself fully with all the flaws that he has and tries to live with it. Also, another striking example is Hannah, a devoted Mormon mother who transcends beyond all expectations after a close encounter with the Angel and becomes a woman of the new age, ready for the changing values of the new millennium.