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    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 new friends in this area". It took me a year to…

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    Every season is looked upon differently by every soul, as to say the vibe that is connected with the time of year is distinct. The preferences for the seasons are diverse within the emotions of the youth. Leisure time is important to teens and as the time of year alters the activities differ. The weather is a huge aspect in an individual 's point of view, not everyone prefers the cold weather, however some beg to differ and not everyone enjoys the hot weather while a fair variety of individuals…

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    Class Demographics The unit on the seasons was taught to a Kindergarten Mixed SEI classroom. The class has 10 designated ELL students that are all Pre-Emergent in proficiency. The other 10 students in the class are native English speakers. The class is designated through the state of Arizona as Mixed SEI to aid the ELL students in developing their English proficiency. Lesson One Lesson one was an introduction to the season of the year. The TESOL goal for this lesson was Goal 2, Standard 2;…

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    When I first walked into Ms. Sampson office I was really nervous making it to her office a few minutes early to her office. Once I arrived I asked how her day has been so far and she responded very good so far so then the interview started. Ms. Sampson is currently the Program Director of revenue development of University of Houston Department of Athletics. Prior to arriving there she was an account executive with Indiana University during the 2006-07. Which she was responsible for sponsorship…

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    “Every morning you have two choices: continue to sleep with your dreams or get up and chase them." My biggest dream when I was little was to play softball in college. I did not care where, I just wanted to play. I knew it would be hard to play a sport in college as well as focus on my education. I thought since I was able to do it in high school that I would also be able to do it in college without any problems. I do not think I have ever been so wrong. I was not ready for what I was…

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    Standard(s) Addressed: 9.) Identify seasons of the year. Arts Area: Visual Arts Arts Standard(s) Addressed: Use selected materials to produce works of art. AED-K-1 Lesson Objectives and Demands Content Objectives: Students will know the seasons of the year. Students will be able to draw what seasons look like. Assessment: Students will be assessed using a check sheet. o Student participated in activity o Student had all seasons o Student made each season have correct characteristics o…

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    Climbing The Herndon

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    The poem describes a scene on an urn that takes place in the spring. Keats states, “Ah, Happy, happy boughs! that cannot shed / Your leaves, nor ever bid the Spring adieu.” The leaves will never say goodbye to spring because the perfect world on the urn doesn’t change. Keats is trying to make the point that in real life, the seasons change and it is not always beautiful spring time. There is a similarity between the poem and the Herndon monument. In a perfect world, both situations last…

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    Yucatan Sacred Days

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    In the world of the ancient Maya there were many sacred days, most often associated with celestial events. But none perhaps more widely celebrated than the Spring and Fall Equinox at the ancient site of Chichén Itza in central Yucatan.Each year thousands of pilgrims and curiosity seekers flock to the nearly six square miles of national park ruins to watch a phenomena that was carefully mapped by ancient architects and astronomers. On the day of both the vernal equinox and the autumnal equinox…

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    After a long time cooped up in the house even the best behaved pooch will be antsy. Winter is the most common time for this to happen. A combination of long dark hours, deep snow and plunging temperatures may make it hard for a dog to get all the outside time she needs. But an active dog can get a bad case of canine cabin fever at any time in Golden or Lakewood. Even the best and most involved owner can find themselves with a dog with a bad case of canine cabin fever any time of the year. The…

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    Imagine a world perpetually attached to one season. Our Earth is unique among the other planets in our solar system. It is tilted on its axis and exactly the correct distance away from the sun to promote life and landscape year around. This is the cause of our four seasons. Seasons change weather, terrain, and animal lifestyle. The seasons work together to revive the soil and species we depend on. Different animals, insects, and plants are born and thrive within specific seasons. If there were…

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