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    In my informative briefing project, I choose to speak about big game hunting in bush Alaska. If I could redo this project to make it better, I would probably change my topic to the life and times of a celebrity instead because I think that would be easier to plan and speak about. In my informative briefing speech, I had some good qualities and some bad qualities throughout my speech. I believe that my strengths were my visuals on my google slides and the tone of my voice which was loud and clear. And for my weaknesses, I had a big lack in eye-contact and poor time-awareness. For example, in my presentation, I used too much of my time on the introduction and first main point which forced me to rush through my next two main points and conclusion. To solve this issue, I feel like rewriting my outline with shorter sentences and less sub-points while still getting my main point across to the audience.…

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    Alexandra Kartchner Period 5 17 March 2015 Husband Government Legislature project Legislature: My current legislature is Dana Rohrabacher, he is proudly serving the 48th district, from Seal Beach to Laguna Beach, Orange County area. Some of the major activities in the 48th district is aerospace, scientific and research companies, construction, real estate, manufacturing, and touring. Rohrabacher is in his 13th term as a Representative, he is the most assertive…

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    ways to help society. Techies have been trying innovating society’s lives, and therefore transforming people’s lives by making lifestyles much higher convenient and advanced. Therefore, nowadays people say that techies are “inevitable” to society, as people use technology almost every day. This is an ideal word “inevitable” since our day starts, people all around the world start using technology. For example, a great deal of people use their phones in the morning to read the newspaper or…

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    Extended Assignment Does a story have to come from the author’s own experience? A story does not have to come from an author’s own experience(,) but often an author includes their own experiences when writing a narrative type story. The author may also write an informative type story that does not include themselves. A author may write a expository type story that doesn’t include them self, it is an explanatory style story. A descriptive style of story or essay writing is usually used…

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    Today I was able to attend the game between the lady Gladiators vs the Mission Pioneers. It was a great overall experience, because I don’t really go to my home town as much as I want to thanks to my hectic schedule, so it was a good experience. From the beginning of the game the lady gladiators seem to be overmatch real quick as they lost their first set 8 to 25. Coach Angie Garcia, try to motivate her team by giving them encouraging words to spark a fire in them. Me as an observer I can tell…

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    General purpose: To inform Specific Purpose: To inform the audience about medical errors. What are medical errors, why do we have them, and how can we prevent them. Thesis/Central Idea: Being able to be further well-informed about the health care system it is important to know both the successes and failures of medicine. So what are medical errors? Why do we have them? How can we prevent them? Introduction I. (Attention Getter) “To Err is Human”; to forgive, divine.”- Alexander Pope II. …

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    On September 11, 2001 nearly 3000 people were killed due to a terrorist attack. Senator Lamar Alexander stated “September 11, is one of our worst days but it brought out the best in us. It unified us as a country and showed our charitable instincts and reminded us of what we stand for.” Today I will inform you all on the tragedies that occurred on September 11, 2001, and will also be informing you all on the changes the United States made to prevent terrorist attacks like this from happening…

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    broad categories: informative and divisive. In regard to society as a whole, the most beneficial kind of classification is informative; thus, the least beneficial kind is divisive. To give a better idea of what each category essentially means, they each must be more clearly defined. Informative classification will be defined as a way of categorizing people factually and objectively without regard to the “goodness” of the any person. Conversely,…

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    Carol Cohen, did a informative speech on ted.com on the topic of “How to get Back to Work after a Career Break.” She started off with informing the audience on the problems that people face with the attempt to go back to work. This allowed for the audience to know what she was going to talk about and clarified any starting questions. She followed with real life examples of people who returned to work and were successful. By sharing these stories she gave her listeners hope in finding a job.…

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    false and that if there isn’t enough reason to support criterialism, then it should be rejected. He uses example of his daughter being duplicated and DNA of a cat in order to show why criterialism is false. I will be arguing that his argument is too strict and that the absurdity of his argument lies in his anti-criterialism argument. I will also argue that this view is contradictory. I will be using the his own logic for the argument the criterialism is false and include the example of the…

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