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    Tina Bruce Influence by Freidrich Froebel and his concept of freely chosen play , Tina Bruce theory is mainly regarding free flow play and the importance of this for children, and come up with specific characteristics of free flow play; play is freely chosen by the child, it is solely controlled and directed by the child, it is based on first hand experiences, it can involve rehearsing, role play, imagining and pretending, children will be wholly involved in their own play agenda, and finally free flow play creates the opportunity for coordinating feelings, ideas and relationships. Tina Bruce suggests that this type of play is extremely beneficial for a child’s personal growth and that their development thrives from this type of play because…

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    Mean Girls Movie Analysis

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    Analysis of the Movie “Mean Girls” using Compliance Gaining Strategies and Nonverbal/Verbal theories In the movie ”Mean Girls”, many different communication behaviors appear in the movie whether it may be verbally or nonverbally this film portrays many of the interpersonal communications behaviors. This film is a satirical and comical movie portraying a high school with the typical “mean girls” clique and the other cliques for example the jocks, the nerds, the prep and more created in high…

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    The Mean Girls Analysis

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    In the movie called, “The Mean Girls” there is a character named Cady Heron. Cady Heron just moved to the United States from Africa. She has been homeschool her whole life and she was starting a new high school. In high school, Ms. Heron has to deal with teenage life that run socially by a group of artificial girls called, “The Plastics.” As the story goes on, Cady Heron winds up becoming the plastic’s queen of sorts and is dethroned by the old queen, when all of the students find out what these…

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    Adolf was a real person who caused real damage to many people lives and families for generations to come. Regina George on the other hand is not a real person. Regina George is the main antagonist in the hit comedy movie Mean Girls directed by Mark Waters and written by Tina Fey. Regina is seen as the main school bully belittling all the students around her in one way or another. Regina is a typical blond haired blue eyed beauty queen with a nice physique, popularity and money. Regina is…

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    Tina Fey's Parody Summary

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    beginning of this section Tina Fey explains her proudest moment as one of the head writers on SNL. Some of the commercials they shot from the film would cost up to $100,000. However, it was a big deal to get your commercial parody made because they were permanent. (page 138-139) Tina Fey described “Choosing commercial parodies and which ones to produce always brought out the worst in everyone.” (page 139) “There was a rule that you never pushed for your own piece, ever” (page 139) or you would…

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    that they often reveal a particular message, or comment on a societal aspect. For some, these messages may be underlying, while in others, they are evident and transparent. This idea helps distinguishes differences in media. Photography is widely open for interpretation. In the case of Errol Morris’ “Will the Real Hooded Man Please Stand Up?” the lack of context and textual clues make it hard to discern what was true or what the photograph claimed to show. This idea of truth is a notion Morris…

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    The genre of teen films was born in the 1950’s but became a fixture in pop culture following on the heels of movies from John Hughes in the 80’s. The genre of teen films encompasses movies that are directed towards a teen audience and are generally also about teens. They encompass essential components that reflect the teen experience: a defined social hierarchy that is usually disrupted during the course of the movie, conflict stemming from rebellion, and a romantic interest. All of these are…

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    I am going to convince my principle to approve a field trip to the lava beds national monument.But he is going to say no because our school is cheap and scared to go to some thing like that because we cant get that much money made up.The reason I said he scared because he thinks we to wild and bad.The park is all the way in California and we all the way in Georgia that is forty one hours on a bus.They can go by there self I'm not going that is too far I would not even go on vacation with family…

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    Mean Girls is a film, which premiered in 2004 with starred major actress: Rachel McAdams, Amanda Seyfried, Tina Fey, Amy Poehler, and Lindsay Lohan. The film begins with a sixteen-year-old girl named Cady Heron who just moved to Evanston, Illinois from a twelve year research trip in Africa with her parents. Cady begins her first day of public school, since she was homeschooled, and she meets a group of three girls who are very popular and they are known as the Plastics: Regina the Queen Bee of…

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    Mean Girls Film Analysis

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    Introduction In the film, “Mean Girls”, a young girl named Cady Harson enters the American School system after being home-schooled in Africa. For the first day of school, she finds herself overwhelmed with fear being surrounded by so many teenagers in the school. She was introduced as a new student to the many different social groups, but she was especially introduced as one of the Plastics. The plot begins when Cady decides to take down the group’s leader, Regina George, in order to sabotage…

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