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    He pushes on the walls of her firm values, and Sister Aloysius intensely dislikes this, as seen with her appalled response. As well, the reader sees a similar response of concealed fury from Sister Aloysius when she notices that Father Flynn uses a ballpoint pen. Earlier on in the play the reader is informed of Sister Aloysius’ hatred for ballpoint pens, and such is evidently displayed with her tone when she mentions Father Flynn’s use of ballpoint pens. By associating ballpoint pens to Father Flynn, Sister Aloysius naturally develops negative feelings for Father Flynn. In addition, Father Flynn has an extremely different approach to education, in comparison to Sister Aloysius. Father Flynn believes in having a relaxed relationship with one’s students, whereas Sister Aloysius believes in strict teaching. Such is seen when Father Flynn is willing to neglect Donald Muller’s offence of drinking altar wine, whereas Sister Aloysius is not. Although Sister Aloysius does not directly comment on Father Flynn’s teaching, noting her comments on Sister James teaching style, similar to…

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    amount of time. To do this, we researched various ways to create a mousetrap car. Additionally, we incorporated our own ideas to enhance the construction after trial and error. First, our team gathered all of the necessary materials that we would need to construct the car. These materials included one mousetrap, cardboard pieces, six balloons, four eye hooks, 2 smooth pens, string, and four small records. However, there were a few steps that had to be taken before connecting all of the…

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    reason to raise alarms in one 's head but this is not enough to prove wrong doing on to Father Flynn. To Sister Aloysius, "Father Flynn embodies a rebellious liberal who contradicts the obedience and dogma that defines the church and her life."(Stefanovici 214). Sister Aloysius expresses her displeasure with Father Flynn in the meeting that he attends with her through her questioning of the length of his nails as well as her being slightly appalled by the amount of sugar he placed in his tea,…

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    Termite Experiment Essay

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    We used several inked pens which were blue, green and red. Also, a paper, a ruler, a small brush and of course a tube containing the termites. The experiment started by the teacher giving us the required materials. A student in the group drawn different lines with different colors. Another student put a termite on each different lines. At this point, we can formulate a hypothesis, which is that termites follow any line. To test our hypothesis, we placed a single termite at the beginning of a…

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    Marcus Wicker

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    So Sad.” convey the compulsion of writing. The speaker’s pen begs for the chance to write, “Use me. Use them. Write/ their stories” (Wicker 41). The use of italics is to convey to the reader the internal dialogue of the speaker as a writer; they have a drive to craft stories from the inspiration around them. Wicker’s use of enjambment in ending the line with “Write,” allows the speaker to give himself and the reader a command. It is following this line that the speaker alienations part of the…

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    My Writing Assignment

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    I love to read and occasionally write. However, I did not always feel so passionate about these wonderful things. Around first or second grade, maybe even third I did not care for writing at all. In fact, I recall one time when a friend of mine and me miraculously ended up going to the restroom at the same time somehow. I did not actually need to go to the restroom I just did not want to participate in the writing assignment given to me at the time. Yes I know it was kind of silly because when…

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    Hmmmm, click. Tap tap. Click. Click click clack. Sigh. Why am I writing again—click click tap. click clack taaaa-pp. As a person who has a vendetta against writing, the sounds of the keyboard distract me. My unedited writing turns to gibberish because, for example, no one can say, “j f s s ,“ in the rhythm of which I just typed does not sound amazing. I have always been drawn to music, and even when I strayed from it, I always end up back here. At age four, my parents got me a keyboard because…

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    I investigated termite behaviors by testing how long it took for the termites to choose between a blue sharpie and a black ink pen. I wanted to test whether or not the termites prefered to approach a black ink or a blue sharpie? My hypothesis, was does the color preference of the termites affect their behavior? I predicted that if the termites follow the blue sharpie, then they will remain in their enclosed area and won’t wander away. Prior to this experiment, I made preliminary observations…

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    are one if you do good research. Prior to this class I used to think that I had to write and rewrite multiple drafts of a paper in order to get it right. I would take the ideas in my outline format and sit down and pen my first draft. Next, I used to write the whole draft, get it critiqued, write another one, and ad infinitum until I got feedback that the writing was ideal or as good as it was going to get. After taking this class I now realize that the draft process is kind of antiquated. The…

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    Zentangle Research Paper

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    That’s because their face and their name are stored in separate areas of your left brain. It’s the job of the right side of your brain to recall those images and labels and put them together for you. That’s just one of the benefits of Zentangle drawing over just coloring in an outline on a page. Zentangle exercises those neural connections when you draw the tangles. Creating Zentangle art is really easy and fast. You traditionally work on a small 3 ½”x3 ½” quality paper tile that you can finish…

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