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  • Essay on The Problem with Lecturing: A Rhetorical Analysis

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    She has a degree in English and American Studies from Amherst College ("American Radioworks"). As it is noted her background and work history gives Hanford credibility as a writer and solid evidence as of why one may trust her concern and observation on the subject of education. As well as being an honored journalist. Next, as an

  • What Is Classroom Discipline In The Classroom

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    As centuries have progressed, there have been many different opinions regarding classroom discipline and how to achieve the optimal learning environment. Teachers have individually found their comfort zones regarding the form of discipline that they enforce in their classroom. The most controversial form of disciplinary action throughout history is corporal punishment, such as paddling or hitting hands. Other forms of discipline typically used have been “writing off”, public shaming, and suspension

  • The American Dream Research Paper

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    person’s dream will not be the same as another, because dreams are like snowflakes, there’s never two that are exactly alike. “... each person has the right to pursue happiness- not a self-indulgence, but as fair ambition and creative drive” (American RadioWorks- A Better Life). Many people may have a harder path to achieve their dream, but with hard work and their ability to freely pursue opportunity they will make a better life for themselves. In previous years there has been economic problems that may

  • The Transformation of Music: Radio and Composition Essay

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    Try to picture this: Your country has just fallen into the worst economic slump in history. The company you work for has just gone out of business. You lose your job. What will you do? How will you survive? All these questions were surely asked by Edgar Harburg. Like many others during the Great Depression of the 1930s, Edgar Harburg turned to music; he joined Jay Gorney and together they collaborated on songs for Broadway pieces (Edmund and Goldstein 107). Not unsurprisingly, he preferred his new

  • College Is Worth Your Time Essay

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    you go to college and get the degree, that degree gives an higher chance to get a very good job to pay off your debts. Any job or company owner would rather have someone with a college degree than someone with only a high school degree. American RadioWorks says “Today, nearly 60 percent of all jobs in the U.S. economy require higher education.” That means almost all jobs need a higher education then a high school degree. College brings so much more then just better Jobs. College brings better family

  • One Size Does Not Fit All

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    One Size Does Not Fit all “If my future were determined by just my performance on a standardized test, I wouldn’t be her. I guarantee you that” - Michelle Obama. Once upon a time our education system was based on one 's knowledge of the simplicity of things; however, now a days a children 's knowledge isn’t based on whether he or she knows the different countries or how to answer 2+2 unless they can relate it to a real world situation. It is based on the pure skill of how to take a test. Standardized

  • Shirley Chisholm Speech

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    Did you know, before Hillary Clinton or Barack Obama there was Shirley Chisholm. Shirley Chisholm was an African American female congresswoman who ran for the presidency in 1972, as a Democrat. When she ran for presidency she didn’t run for the blacks or for females, she ran for the people of America. To be a social game changer implies that an individual must be an impact towards change and inspire others to change. Shirley Chisholm was an excellent congress person she had a special insight with

  • Public Education versus Private Education Essay

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    Public education has been able to provide the necessary education to students, despite its limited capabilities. Students are offered the same education in public schools as they are in private schools. Students make their choice on whether or not they want to apply themselves, and learn from the teachers in front of them. In private schools students are excited to learn. Maybe that is why they have better test scores. Students enrolled in public schools have a tendency to fail, or some succeed

  • Malcolm X And MLK

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    During the 1960s, the rights and equality for minorities started to change. Due to two prominent civil rights activist named Malcolm X and Martin Luther King Jr (MLK). These men had their own religious belief, which soon adopted them to become ministers. Witnessing their ability as ministers, they envision for change to occur for minorities group it will require attention on a nationwide scale. However, towards the rise of the civil rights movement Malcolm X and MLK assassinated. While Malcolm

  • Wystan Hugh Auden's The Unknown Citizen

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    The years between 1930 towards the mid 1940s proved to be a tumultuous yet pivotal time in American history for a number of reasons. The rise of Ford as the largest vehicle manufacturer became apparent, (“Ford”, par. 7) along with the rising popularity of radios, phonographs and frigidaires. And the event that perhaps was the most substantial of them all: World War 2. As these events transpired, the face of America as a nation shifted in all arenas politically, economically and socially, garnering

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