Arctic Circle

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  • Personal Narrative: Why I Love Soccer

    Do you like or love to play sports? If you do, how about soccer? Well, I know I love soccer. I love soccer because I really like to run, I love most of all sports, I’m good at it, but most of all… it’s soccer. Quickly! Run around in circles, your life depends on it! Soccer. Yep, that’s soccer. I’m not going to lie. Soccer is dangerous. Maybe not as dangerous as football or hockey, but still pretty dangerous. Go for the ball and kick it in the other team’s goal. Seems pretty simple, doesn’t it?…

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  • The Wife Of Bath's Inferno: Analysis

    find themselves a spot within the Circles of Hell of Dante’s Inferno. That said, the focus of my paper revolves around the placement of the Wife of Bath within the Circle of Hell from Dante’s Inferno. I chose this option because I am intrigued with the story Dante’s Inferno most of all, and having read over “The Wife of Bath’s Tale”…

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  • Three Wise Men Tone Analysis

    Mae Holland arrives for her first day at “the most influential company in the world”: The Circle. Mae owes her newfound position at The Circle to her old-time friend, Annie, whose belonging to the “Gang of 40” makes her one of the most influential members of the company. Established by the “Three Wise Men” , The Circle becomes the #1 company on the forefront of technological advancement. The Circle’s goal is to work towards a new era of communication and safety, what it claims is a more…

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  • Essay On Stonehenge Memorial

    The memorial drawn is one that is dedicated to myself and myself alone as it does not have any family or heritage ties related to it. It is a a memorial that is designed in accordance to Stonehenge, but it has been tweaked slightly and a few things added to it such as an ascending stairway. I chose to use Stonehenge as the base design due to the beauty I find from the actual Stonehenge structure and the amazing nature of its formation. I find it extradoinary that people were able to move and…

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  • Analysis Of The In-Depth Study Of Rhyming Language

    Look see, look at me! (Norrington & Huxley, 2010), a post-modern picture book was chosen as the focus text for this English unit. This unit was designed for a Prep class that consists of 25 students with varying ability levels. The explicit teaching focus of this unit is for students to identify and produce rhyming words (ACARA, 2014). The in-depth study of rhyming books has been identified as crucial to students developing an understanding of the language and spelling patterns used in rhyme…

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  • Gender Identity In Flannery O Connor's The Great Register

    as well as blank pages hinting to the fact that it can be modified at any time. (157 EP) Speaking of time, there is no timeline in the “Great Register” as well as the whole course of the novel. The novel consists of many gaps and pages with just a circle printed without any relative continuous momentum in the story line. Bringing the “Great Register” into the novel is a true art form as it is bringing light to the exact nature and purpose of the book; for the readers to continue the fight…

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  • What Is A Labyrinth?

    shape of art installation to look like a circle instead of the “8” pattern. It will be too direct if we use the figure “8” pattern in our design as it will be like an imitating artwork of the wisdom path therefore we came up with an idea which is to form a circle shape for the art installation. Ever since the beginning of the time when all ancient cultures in the world had been started to use this circle shape as a sign to indicate the same thing. Circle can be a sign with different meanings…

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  • Traditional Circle

    co-kept a circle with Professor Lukens. Prof. Lukens and I met twice before the circle to review the opening, questions, and closing of the circle. She had a talking piece picked out and we borrowed a piece of cloth to use as a centerpiece. Using some notes from the training I attended with Kay Pranis, I created a handout with a description of what a balanced circle looks like (i.e. getting acquainted, building relationships, addressing issues, developing action plans) the various types of…

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  • Quadrivium: Hypatia Of Alexandria

    Quadrivium is the term used to describe the doctrines of geometry, astronomy, music theory (the exception in this paper), and arithmetic ( These studies have all evolved overtime and have had a significant impact on the fields of math and science. However, for these changes to be made, someone had to be willing to put in time and effort to change the way we perceived these ideas and how we could use them to advance in the future. One example of a person who changed the way we…

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  • Compare And Contrast The Arctic Tundra Biome

    There are two different types of tundra, they are the arctic tundra and the alpine tundra. The alpine tundra is located high in the mountains above the trees and the arctic tundra is in the article circle. In the tundra biome, there are many oil rigs and oil mines and they disrupt nature. The tundra biome is the coldest biome and covers about 20% of the earth. It is also the driest place on earth and only gets an average of ten inches of rain per year. In the summer time, it does not get dark,…

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