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    Video Reflection

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    Video 2 I share a gym that is divided by a curtains with another class, this often makes it difficult for the students to hear the whistle, to combat the confusion and the noise from the other class I instilled a classroom management technique where I blow my whistle then raise my hand. Some of the students will hear my whistle then raisin their hand, the students who do not here the whistle will see other classmates raising their hands and know it is time to stop and show me the sign that they…

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    Kindergarten was really stressful and hard. It was a lot of work compared to preschool. Here I had to write sentences about things and had to do it fast (well faster than what seemed like a reasonable amount of time for me). Stations was the worst, we went around the room in groups to different stations some of them were ok, but there was always at least one station that needed me to write. All the other kids had no problem with it except for me. I always got so flustered by writing that I…

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    Gender Stereotypes in She’s the Man The movie She’s the Man can be described as a feminist film without it actually referencing to feminism. This movie is based off of William Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night, and in the movie it has a girl dress up as her twin brother to make it on a soccer team to prove she is just as good as the boys. The scene that causes the main character, Viola Davis, to dress up as her twin brother, is when her girls’ soccer team was cut from the school’s program because not…

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    1. Did you have a “going to bed” routine? Can you describe it? Yes, I have a going to bed routine. I always want the light off when it’s time to sleep. Without the light off, I will be unable to sleep. I always want to hold something in my hand while the light was off. Sometimes, I will just be playing with a ball in the darkroom until I slept off. 2. Did you ever suffer from nightmares, night terrors, or enuresis? How did your parents help you cope? I remember a time while growing up; I…

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    Individuals have the ability to encode, process, store, and retrieve information through listening, visualization, and experienced (hands-on) learning. Our brains feed on new material by the processes of reading and writing. Collectively forming literacy. Different individuals have their own ways of using this notion. The interactions I have had with soccer proves that there is a direct correlation with literacy. These practices of reading and writing on soccer are centered on the ability to…

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    Soccer Is A Sport Essay

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    Soccer, also known as Futbol, is a game played on a field between two teams of 11 players each with the object to propel a round ball into the opponent 's goal by kicking or by hitting it with any part of the body except the hands and arms (Merriam-Webster.com). It has become a very popular sport played in many countries around the world. This sport is a way that many countries can interact with others through competition. In the last 30 years, soccer has begun to grow in popularity in the…

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    Essay 2 Currently a popular cultural phenomenon has risen over the last couple decades. Women’s sports, but more specifically women’s soccer popularity has been up for debate amount multiple age groups. Over the last 20 or so years women’s professional soccer stateside has a mountain of obstacles to face. From the gender equality on turf, to the two found leagues, or the dramatic pay deficits found within the female population. It seems like quite a large topic for debate that many argue…

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    Practice was light the day before the game. There was minimal running with mostly set plays, and things like that. We got the usual spiel about drinking water, eating healthy, and getting plenty of sleep, but we would all stay up until two anyway. Although, something was different about the team, there was an anxiety or something of the sort radiating off of each player. Everyone was thinking about what would happen tomorrow at the first game of the season, Pike versus Guerin Catholic. Our…

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    Football is one of the most popular games in the world but this was not always the case. During its development football faced suppression, resistance and a resurgence. It was also prioritized after cricket. Before this resurgence football was primarily played by school boys and upper class aristocrats, making the game an elitist form of recreation. The latter half of the nineteenth century was a pivotal time for the growth of football. A lot of what occurred set the grounds for the success of…

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    Big Day Narrative

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    As the warm, July sun broke out of its slumber and the twilight sky vanished, I was trudging deep into the Steens Mountains along with one-hundred other runners. Months of sweat and callused feet were spent preparing for this one day: Big Day. Stories told by past campers filled my ears, giving me nightmares and excitement. The first eighteen miles whizzed by as we hiked through the dehydrated bushes with the beating sun gazing down on us. The real story layed within the last couple of miles.…

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