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  • Carmon Monologue

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    that was pink and blue with the games inside and a pencil. I instructed for them to pull out the first game. “This game is called name the baby animal. On the left side of the paper are pictures of baby animals. You will have three minutes to name as many baby animals as you can.” I set the timer for three minutes and said, “You may begin!” Everybody dived into the paper. I stood at the front of the room with the timer in my hand. As the timer went off, I yelled, “STOP!” I walked around to see who had

  • Animal Farm: The Book Of Many Words

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    Animal Farm: The Book of Many Words Themes are an important part of uncovering the mysteries and secrets of a book. A theme is the author’s way of conveying the idea of the novel. In Animal Farm by George Orwell there are many ideal themes that can be extremely surprising to the reader and gives the reader a completely different perspective of the novel. George Orwell has done an amazing job with having several different themes that leave you thinking. Themes such as tyrants, the role of the masses

  • Writing And Reading : A Journey Of Many Words

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    Writing and Reading: A Journey of Many Words It was the night of August second. We pull into the well-lit parking lot of Barnes and Noble. My younger sister and I jump out of the barely parked car and run to the door of our little safe haven. It is the place I love to be, sitting on the carpeted floor in front of shelves of alphabetized young adult novels. As I sit there, I scan the books for the next story I can escape into. A story that will help me shut the rest of the world out for a couple

  • Writing And Reading : A Journey Of Many Words

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    Melissa Young English 1010-301 Honors 15 September 2014 Writing and Reading: A Journey of Many Words It was the night of August second. We pull into the well-lit parking lot of Barnes and Noble. My younger sister and I jump out of the barely parked car and run to the door of our little safe haven. It is the place I love to be, sitting on the carpeted floor in front of shelves of alphabetized young adult novels. As I sit there, I scan the books for the next story I can escape into. A story that will

  • Objectification Is A Word That Has Many Negative Connotations

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    Objectification is a word that has many negative connotations. Nussbaum identifies objectification “as a pejorative term, connoting a way of speaking, thinking, and acting that the speaker finds morally or socially objectionable, usually, though not always, in the sexual realm.” Nussbaum’s definition is vague, like many of her other works, and places the connotation of the word itself into the “speaker’s” own hands. While it is good to allow wiggle room for concepts, an act which allows them to be

  • Divorce. Everybody Knows The Word And Many People Deal

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    Divorce. Everybody knows the word and many people deal with it, but does it have a negative effect on children? Some people who have experienced divorce as a child might have differing opinions, but the main consensus is that it does have a negative effect on children. When parents have to go through divorce, it can often cause a tear in the family and the family’s chemistry. Children often grow up without a mother or without a father because of this tragic outcome, but in other cases, the mother

  • Many People Don’T Like Talking About The Word Abusive.

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    Many people don’t like talking about the word abusive. Perhaps it’s because it’s such a powerful thing and people experience it too often. However, there are many different forms of abuse. How do people know when they’re getting abuse? It’s unfortunate that too many people avoid to talk about what abuse is because it’s important to know what it is and what is going on when it does happen to help prevent it or even make it stop. Abuse in dictionary.com, abuse means: “to treat in a harmful, injurious

  • For Many Years, Teachers Have Worked To Make Their Students

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    For many years, teachers have worked to make their students become more proficient in their reading abilities. To make students more proficient readers, teachers work to create a more extensive vocabulary as many researchers say it is needed to better one’s vocabulary skills (Constantinescu, 2007). The primary method teachers have used when teaching vocabulary is explicit instruction which includes mentioning the definition and expecting students to remember the word meanings (Kennedy, Deshler

  • Wallflowers By Donna Vorreyer Analysis

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    Though every word should be used, many of the more interesting words fall into disuse. Similarly, many people go through life without being acknowledged. A word to describe these demure people who have no one to dance with and are usually alone is wallflowers. In her poem “Wallflowers,” Donna Vorreyer expresses her idea that every word, like every person, should be welcomed into people’s lives. Beginning with a cherishing tone and then one of concern, she entices the audience and highlights the importance

  • Word Experiment Essay

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    Word Experiment The experiment started by making up between 1-6 word lists. To make the experiment easy to understand ill use 2 word lists. On one of the word lists I put a list of random words which are in different categories muddled up. For example: Rabbit and horse are both animals and shoes and trousers are both types of clothing. Now then you muddle those words up. You need about

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