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  • Rough Draft : Amelia Earhart : Rough Draft

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    Amelia Earhart Rough Draft It was announced in 1937, a female plane pilot who goes by the name of Amelia Earhart was announced dead on July 2. Some people believe that her plane ran out of fuel and crashed into the pacific ocean, but others believe different. Amelia Earhart was born in Atchison, Kansas on July 24, 1897. On December 28, 1920, pilot Frank Hawks gave Amelia her first ride in an airplane. Amelia started flying all around the world, she even inspired other female pilots. Amelia Earhart

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    Katelyn CWV M-W-F 9:50am 12/6/13 Prof. Sharpe God has been a very important part of my live since I was a very little girl. When I was only a couple of months old I was baptized. That was my first spiritual encounter with God. I then proceeded to commit my first communion in third grade. I then received my confirmation when I was in eighth grade. Like I said before God has been a very important part in my life for a very long time. Who is God? What are his characteristics? I believe that

  • Rough Draft Essay

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    A “rough draft” is something someone writes with the express purpose of getting their ideas out on paper. Expectedly, more often than not, people will write multiple drafts before writing their final, in an effort to get to their best paper. I was, of course, introduced to the phenomenon that is the rough draft in middle school. Interestingly, whenever I attempted to write a rough draft, my thoughts would become muddled and slowly but surely, I was left with nothing to write. Hardly after being introduced

  • Braille Rough Draft

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    Louis Braille Rough Draft Some people think that teenagers are lazy, selfish, and ignorant. However, there are many teenagers that have changed our world. One teen that changed the world is Louis Braille. A few hundred years ago, blind people were only part of the lower class because education was hard for them to obtain. But this is not so, due to the writing system that Louis Braille created. At the age of 15, Louis Braille formulated a writing system that enables the blind to read and write.

  • Rough Draft Analysis

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    Rough Draft Education has changed students’ lives for years. Why do you think education is important to teens? What some students don't get, if you don't have an education you will not end up having a very good job. Some students just blow off school and don't listen. On the other hand, there are some kids that do listen and they will end up being very successful. One reason I think education is important to students is it will help prepare them make good grades so they can be involved

  • Rough Draft Speech

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    Rough Draft Speech Good Afternoon students and teachers. Thank you for allowing me to speak for you today. You may or may not know that I want to be a Marine Biologist and Oceanographer. I am taking steps to gain experience and training in those fields before college. Colin Powell said “There are no secrets to success. It is the result of preparation.” This summer I will be taking scuba lessons.Learning it now could definitely be helpful so that when i earn my master’s, or PhD, and get into the

  • Leukemia Rough Draft

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    Leukemia Rough Draft Leukemia is a type of cancer that sadly causes around 25,000 deaths in the U.S. each year. The area that it affects is the blood and the bone marrow and like most or all of the types of cancer in the world if not taken control of early it will most likely kill you. How Leukemia starts is with the DNA of immature blood cells, mainly white cells, that get damaged somehow. That causes blood cells to grow chaotically without stopping like the body tells it to. If you

  • Psychologist Rough Draft

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    Psychologist Rough Draft Have you ever wondered why people do the things they do? Everyone behaves differently in their own little ways, but sometimes these things cannot be understood. Through psychology, people are able to interpret behavior and apply the data to diagnose mental illnesses. As Ronald Reagan once said, “We can’t help everyone, but everyone can help someone”. The role of being a psychologist means helping others by studying behavioral, cognitive, and social processes. This information

  • Psychiatry Rough Draft

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    Senior Research Rough Draft Psychiatry is a type of science that involves mental illnesses and diagnosing the patient's’ mental, and sometimes physical, health. Psychiatrists are doctors that are trained to diagnose mental illnesses, and spot mental, emotional and behavioral symptoms. They work with their patients, listening to their stories, and performing tests in order to find out what, if any, mental illnesses or cognitive disorders. The median annual salary for a psychiatrist is around $200

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    Memoir Rough Draft I don’t remember if it was my choice or my parents, but in 5th grade when we were given the choice to be in band, I was very anxious to start. We got to meet with Mrs. Jones and try a few different instruments before making a decision. My top three choices were percussion, trombone, and clarinet (only because my sister had played it). I tried the clarinet first and thought it was alright, but not my favorite. I tried the trombone next, and while it was difficult, I really wanted