THE DOMESTICITY OF GIRAFFES AND FOX IN A TREE STUMP SPEECH. Good morning/Afternoon class, in my speech I will be discussing my understanding of the poems Domesticity of Giraffes and Fox in A Tree Stump by Judith Beveridge.
Sophia Alcorn was born in Stanton, Kentucky on August 3, 1883. Her parents are James Walker Alcorn and Sophie Ann Kindrick. Sophia was often called Annie by her family. She married James N. Saunders, who practiced law for her father’s office, in November 1899. She was the youngest of her siblings. When she was old enough to attend college, she decided to attend Ward Seminary in Nashville, Tennessee to receive her BA in teaching. After she left Ward Seminary she went to receive training from Northampton, Massachusetts for teaching the deaf. After she received her training for teaching the deafblind, she went to Wayne University received her M.A. degree for teaching, where she later became the principle after her graduation. She is most recognized for her Tad-Oma Method.
Rough Draft A social issue is an undesired condition that people believe should be corrected. The social issue of animal cruelty is one that in dire need of correction. Hundreds of thousands of animals fall victim to animal abuse each year and it has cause the animals to have health problem, long lasting emotional effects and has left animals shelters overflowing. The issue of animal cruelty in Ruston has lead to a variety of tragic effects.
Temple was born in Boston Massachusetts. When Temple was born her mom knew she was different because she didn’t enjoy or do most things that other babies did. As she grew older everyday things like the bell ringing at school to someone wearing perfume made her cringe with pain, when she was 3 she was diagnosed with autism. Temple started caring for wildlife
Most people go to zoos with the expectation of a happy family and enjoying a day staring at wild animals that we do not see very often except of a screen. They see zoos as a place to experience something different and to take their children to. However, few people know of the mistreatment and unfit conditions the animals are forced into. On the contrary to popular belief, there are many zoos that care so little for the health of the animals the zoos are actually the reason the animals become ill. For the truth is that animals in zoos are mistreated, neglected, and even abused because of the awful situations they are in. In this essay, then, we will go over the excruciating conditions and the abuse these animals face everyday of their lives
responsible in creating. A common case amongst zoo animals is that of anxiety. This can be due to several factors in the zoo environment. This includes animals strict diet, the constant attention from zoo goers, lack of companions, and loss of freedom. The animals may be unaware to how they
I don’t think that animals shouldn’t have been used in the colosseum for gladiator fights. Some might believe that animals were used to make the fights more entertaining. But I believe that it was very unkind to the animals and inhumane. This is misguided because they could have use something else to entertain themselves like plays or something other than killing thousands of animals and humans. Many animals went extinct in the colosseum. The animals killed a lot of people at the colosseum. They(people in the colosseum and the townspeople) would kill a lot of animals. The definition of a gladiator is a person who was a professional fighter, and fought in front of people in the colosseum in the Roman Empire. Some things about the colosseum are it was started to be built in 70 A.D and finished 10 years later. The height of the colosseum was 157ft and the perimeter was 1788 ft. There were 4 floors and it could hold 50,000 people. The arena was 180 ft wide and 287 ft long. One other thing about the colosseum is over 1 million animals died there.
For my senior project I decided to volunteer or to shadow a doctor I the animal hospital. I’ve always loved animals, like if I ever saw an animal out in the street that is a stray or lost dog I will feed it no matter what. The steps towards my senior project I had to call every near animal hospital and ask them if I could shadow one of their doctors. First they got my cell-phone number and then the receptionist will give it to the doctor for them to call me back about shadowing them. It took time because some doctors were busy with work and all but luckily the animal hospital near Ashland called me back and would appreciate me coming going to the hospital in having an interview on what I need from them for my senior project. When I went to the interview they told me on what specifics things that I want to learn but I just told them that the only thing I look forward is how
Harry Harlow: a Revolutionary Who Changed Child-Rearing Practices in Industrialized Countries Harry Harlow remains a controversial figure. He was extremely influential in behavioral and cognitive psychology as well as psychoanalysis which he strongly criticized, but some of his experiments with moneys were cruel and insensitive. The animal rights movement in the United States grew partly in response to the manner Harlow experimented with monkeys. His revolutionary influence, however, cannot be downplayed. His experiments and the conclusions he made challenged the basics of behavioral psychology of the 1930s to '50s. Thanks to Harlow, it is now generally accepted that children's needs cannot be met just by feeding them that children are in need of other psychological variables such as touching, caring, cuddling, and carrying (Slater, 2004; Sumoi, Horst, & Veer, 2008). Thanks to the influence of one man, the industrialized world has changed fundamentally its child-rearing principles.
several questions about Temple before making the diagnoses that she was autistic. Eustacia Of all things at the school, Temple's favorite thing to do was to ride horses, probably her favorite of all animals. Temple went to her aunts ranch, a place where she would make yet another big step that
“Opening Skinner’s Box” In the first chapter of Opening Skinner’s Box, Lauren Slater mentioned about B. F. Skinner, an American leading neo-behaviorist, who is known for skinner’s box. Lauren tries to explore about Skinner’s life and his accomplishments through this chapter like the title of this chapter, “‘Opening’ Skinner’s Box.” Skinner discovered that we can teach even small animals by using “operant conditioning” and their particular reactions against the conditionings; with this technique, he could even control the animals as he likes. However, for his unique experiments, there was a rumor that Skinner brought up his daughter in a skinner’s box as if she was an experimental animal and she was taken very young because of this experiences. Of course, this is not truth and she is still alive, but people believe this rumor and they have an image “evil” or “mad scientist” for Skinner. Now, Lauren figures out the truth of his stories and how his experiments and the achievements are excellent. Through her investigation, she decided to apply a kind of “skinner’s box” to her daughter for discipline.
In my opinion, I agree with only having service dogs, and miniature horses allowed in public places. The reason I say this is because, It would be a little bit disturbing if I were to be eating at a restaurant and seeing a snake sitting on a man's shoulder. Source #3 has this example “A man has a large snake draped over his shoulders. He wants to enter a café for lunch and says the snake is a service animal that helps and comforts him.” Also, some people can be lying about having a service animal just so that they can take an animal in the public area.
Dian Fossey was a famous zoologist. She was born January 16, 1932 in San Francisco, California her parents were both together but they didn’t really interact as much and they were never seen as a family, her dad was an insurance agent and an alcoholic, her mother was a fashion
yellowstone. yellowstone used to be wolves natural territory. they beautful cry of the wolf at the the mid night moon. the natural pray.wolves are beautiful natural creatures that love and take care of each other. Also make sure eachother are happy and full. people say that wolves are so bad but really whos worse human or wolves. the wolves were balancing the econemy. then humans were scared that the wolves would get all their livestock, so they killed them all. wolves rarely attack humans and we made them extict in yellowstone. so you tell me who's worse wolf or humans? You decide.
The Life of B.F. Skinner One of the most prominent and influential psychologists of the twentieth century, B.F. Skinner was known as a behavioral psychologist, philosopher of science, and an educational innovator. Throughout his life he did experimental work with animals to discover how patterns of behavior are learned. His