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  • Essay On My Favorite Teacher

    Since elementary school, my favorite teachers have always been social science teachers. I have always loved my United States History teachers because they actually cared about whether the students in their classes learned. I also really loved my AP Psychology teacher because it was a class I was really interested in and she taught the material very well. I think my favorite teachers have been teachers that are not only interested in the subject they are teaching, but that care about students education in general. I also believe that my general interest in social science classes made it easier for me to enjoy my teachers. I tend to do well in social science classes like history, psychology, and sociology because of my general interest in those…

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  • My Favorite Teacher

    The Teacher Who Believed In Me My most memorable moment, during my early years of school, was my seventh grade English Teacher, Mrs. McCoy. She was by far my favorite teacher ever. She made learning fun and enjoyable due to a very energetic and caring personality. You could tell that she genuinely cared about how well her students did in her class. She always worked with her students that needed extra help with the assignments. And I was definitely one of her students that…

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  • The Mistakes Of Odysseus In Homer's The Odyssey

    Before the war, Odysseus feels as if he would never feel a sense of heartache, however, the war teaches him that everyone is going to hurt at some point. Odysseus feels pain when he sees his mother’s spirit in Hades and realizes that he would never see her again, “‘But look, the ghost of my mother came! My mother, dead and gone now… Anticleia —daughter of that great heart Autolycus — whom I had left alive when I sailed for sacred Troy. I broke into tears to see her here, but filled with pity,…

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  • Personal Narrative: A New Place In Michigan

    this whole country actually. And even before I come here, I already surmise believed it. I was exhausted; I grabbed all my bags and lay down on my bed and locked the door. I stayed there for a couple of minutes thinking about what would my life be in this new place. I looked out of the windows; I see nobody walking around the sidewalk, or kids playing outside or people chit chatting in the neighborhood. And I said to myself, "I 'm already feeling lonely, I wouldn 't get a chance to make…

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  • Sharing Circle Research Paper

    You know what makes those grade school “get to know you!” games ulcer-inducing? Being the only kid in class without an easy answer. At the beginning of each school year, without fail, our teachers would herd us into sharing circles and we were forced to choose an easy self-identifier to share with the class. In order for you to truly understand how I feel about sharing circles, here is what I imagine hell to be like: Everyone is forced to stand in an eternal, godawful sharing circle and watch,…

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  • Ultimate Goal Essay

    achieve this, everything else in life will just follow. I would be lying if I said that scared little girl inside my heart didn’t still believe this to be true to some extent, but with age came wisdom but we’ll get to this a little later. Seeing all the “pretty” people on tv, movies, ads, even in real life can be intimidating, convincing us all for the most part that this is just how life is. I hate to admit, but this way of thinking was apparent in my own family. My own mother was so unhappy…

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  • Defining Moments In My Life

    Two of the most defining experiences in my life happened around the same time, sophomore year. My life changed so much just within the course of a few months. One of these signature moments in my life was a happy one, the other, the worst thing I’ve ever had to go through. There are two days of my life that I will never forget because they both had a huge impact on me. I will never forget the day my nephew was born and I will never forget the day my dog died. Both of these experiences were not…

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  • The Particular Sadness Of Lemon Cake By Henrik Ibsen

    Santiago says, “ When you are loved, you can do anything in creation. When you are loved, there’s no need at all to understand what’s happening, because everything happens within you, and even men can turn themselves into the wind.”(152), By falling in love with Fatima and finding someone to be apart of his family, he feels like anything is possible and he is very happy because of the support and love Fatima gives him which shows when she says “...I want you to continue towards your goal… I want…

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  • The Role Of Women In My Antonia, By Willa Cather

    In Willa Cather’s novel entitled My Antonia, she writes about several female characters that, in essence, challenge the stereotypical women’s role in a male-dominated society during the early 1900s. In Trifles, a play written by Susan Glaspell, she depicts her female characters as crafty and bright and not simply inferior intellectually to their male counterparts. Upon closer examination of these two pieces of work, Cather and Glaspell demonstrate that these female characters defy the existing…

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  • Being In The Library Essay

    Mildred by my side, I walk to the bookshelves, staring, grazing my hands across the leather bounds, moving side to side. All of his beloved books about that country, “The Encyclopedia Britannica, British Flowers, Birds and Beasts various histories,…

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