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    there are no consequences in place if misbehavior were to occur and the teacher does not have 51% of the power in the classroom. Personal Philosophy of Discipline My name is Jess Banas and I am a secondary education major at the University of Akron focusing on the content area of integrated mathematics. As a classroom manager, I want to direct my students down the path way of learning while also allowing them to feel as if they are in control of their education. Many high school students…

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    The juvenile system serves a critical role in the consequence lives of juvenile lawbreakers. As a result, its eradication will cause negative effects on the society at large. If juvenile courts are eradicated, young lawbreakers will begin being tried in adult courts. For young wrongdoers to be tried in adult courts it means that the required rehabilitation, as well as treatment process that as young juveniles should pass through, will not be attained. In adult courts, there are no programs that…

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    She was an only child. She has lived her entire life in the city of Barberton. At the age of eighteen, she was hired in at Akron Children’s Hospital as a cook. Thirty-seven years later, my mother is now the head of the catering department at the hospital. My childhood was tough growing up without a father around. My brother would take care of me while my mom would work, he would…

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    At The University of Akron, I have already experienced some great times with some great people. One of my most exciting experiences so far was move in day! Coming to college I didn’t know what to expect, let alone what to expect from Emerging Leaders. On move in day, it was exciting and flowed nice and easy. I was expecting being frustrated trying to get my stuff up to my room, but when I saw all of the students volunteering their time to help out I knew I was in for a good time. After I…

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    As one can see in the speech given by Sojourner Truth in 1851, “Ain’t I a Woman”, she believes that women’s right and, even more specifically, African American women’s right are extremely important. In her speech presented in Akron, Ohio, she takes numerous points of her opponents and finds counterclaims to rebut them. She uses points such as how she has been treated compared to how other women have been treated, the lack of intelligence the men assume she has, and she even poses the question of…

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    Up From Slavery Summary

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    Washington, Booker T. Up From Slavery. Courier Corporation, 2012. Print. Booker Washington wrote the autobiography “Up From Slavery,” which tracked his life from childhood, in slavery, to adulthood, as an educator. In the first segment of the book, he recounted being born on a plantation in Franklin County, Virginia, with a vague recollection of the actual birthplace, although he noted that it was near Hale’s Ford, a crossroads post office. He was not aware of the exact year, placing his birth…

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    In the speech “Ain’t I a Women?”, Sojourner Truth, a strong black women, wrote a speech in order to get her point across, because she believed in her own rights not only as a black but a women as well. Sojourner Truth read her “Ain’t I a Woman?” speech in 1851 at the Women's Rights Convention. Her short, simple speech was powerful, and a strong criticism to many antifeminist arguments at the time. It became, and continues to be, as a classic expression of women’s rights. Truth was, and still is,…

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    When a meeting between a New York stockbroker and an Akron, Ohio surgeon occurred in 1935, the world of recovery stepped toward a new direction. For centuries, medical and psychological professionals were baffled by a seemingly incurable illness. People who had succumbed to all kinds of addictive, self-destructive pursuits, especially alcohol, seemed destined for a life of seclusion - in a sense to protect them from themselves. With underlying principles based on experience within the Oxford…

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    Unwind

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    gives him a rough appeal additionally gets him into a considerable amount of trouble. His parents have decided to have him unwound. Connor escapes and even shoots a cop with his own tranquilizer gun, which earns him a measure of anonymous fame as the Akron AWOL. Now there's Risa, in many ways, Risa is a foil to Connor. Where Connor acts without considering, Risa dependably considers…

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    Isabella Baumfree Speech

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    1826, Isabella Baumfree was the first person to thrivingly challenge a man in a U.S Courthouse. On 1843, Isabella Baumfree changed her name to Sojourner Truth.Truths most popular speech was given in 1851, at the Ohio Women's Rights Convention in Akron, Ohio.The speech is commonly known as “ Ain’t I a Woman? ”, it was an alteration of the original…

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