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    Blair Waldorf - Character Analysis Ah, the girl that everyone loves to hate. Blair Waldorf is highly regarded as the queen of young society in Manhattan. There’s many things to be said about her, some not so nice. As Dan Humphrey would describe her she’s “everything [he] hates about the Upper East Side distilled into one 95-pound, doe-eyed, bon mot tossing, label-whoring package of girly evil.” Blair Waldorf was born a queen. Her family is prominent and well respected on the Upper East Side mainly because of her mother, Eleanor Waldorf, who runs a famous high-end fashion empire. Blair is described as one of the most beautiful girls on the Upper East Side. She has a fox-like face which already intimidates people before actually even approaching…

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    preeminent fashion designer as a mother, Blair is very conscious of her appearance. She wears designer clothing. Even her sleepwear and dress gowns are originals. Blair dresses preppy, wearing outfits similar to those worn by Audrey Hepbum, a renowned fashion icon. Blair hardly wears pants or denim. Instead she prefers professional skirts and dresses, with the occasional colorful tights during winter. Because of her boarding school days, she is known for wearing collared shirts. She expresses…

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    Blair is about to graduate from high school and needs another elite status to overrule because her days of being the queen of her high school are over. Serena Vander Woodsen, Blair’s best friend and nemesis have a complicated relationship of always fighting to be the best, but in the end, they will always be best friends. Their characteristics are always in opposition; Blair is always put together and proper while Serena is more scandalous and free spirited. Blair and her maid, Dorota, discuss…

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    Gossip Girl Film Analysis

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    student quickly snapped a picture and sent it immediately to Gossip Girl. After a couple of hours, the picture was posted along with a hurtful caption. Serena felt embarrassed and aggravated because the pregnancy test was for her best friend (Blaire). Everyone loves the website until something is posted about them. On the upside, most gossip is forgotten after new secrets are being constantly revealed. Later on in the episode, Serena and Blaire enjoy Fashion week in New York City. Fashion week…

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    Sara Dahan-Roxin Teacher name ENC 2135 19 January 2016 Overprivileged Spoilt Teens “Gossip Girl here! Your one and only source into the scandalous lives of Manhattan’s elite (anonymous blogger, 2011).” Gossip Girl, a staple for milennial’s alike. This show has become popularized over the years due to it’s multitude of drama and scandal. Gossip Girl is a teen drama that revolves around the lives of seven teens living in New York City’s renowned Upper East Side. It focuses on five main…

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    finds a homeschooling parent finds a style that fits the family, there are still several curriculum choices to choose from. Knowing the child’s learning style, strengths and weaknesses will be the best indicator on choosing the subject matter. Of course, many will disagree with homeschoolers on the grounds that children need socialization and there are other teaching philosophies that model some of these homeschool approaches, such as the Montessori or Waldorf Philosophy. These teaching…

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    When people think of public school, they think mediocre education and that homeschooling education is ten times better due to more one on one time. Public schools provide an excellent education on top of a wide variety of activities and friendships that kids can build to last a lifetime. With homeschooling, parents have to put in a lot of time and preparation and that begins to wear on the parents, with public school, parents send their kids off for a few hours each day and get a more quality…

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    is substantiated by Alastair Campbell, Downing Street Press Secretary (1997 – 2000), who wrote that Tony Blair “knew that in terms of the political substance, it didn’t mean that much. But as a symbol, as a vehicle to communicate change, and his determination to modernise the party, it was brilliant.” . However, we must consider the fact that Alastair Campbell, as a supporter of the Labour Party, would not have wanted to give the impression that Thatcher influenced New Labour. This is because…

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    of imagination in education. German anthropologist Rudolf Steiner had this same thought. Background On April 23, 1919, the idea of Waldorf schooling, thought of by Rudolf Steiner, finally took action in the Waldorf Astoria Cigarette Factory in Stuttgart, Germany (Oberman, 1997). Despite the fact that a cigarette factory does not sound like the ideal place to form a schooling system, it seemed to work well for Steiner. As reported by Oberman (1997), Steiner first introduced his grand scheme in…

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    Waldorf Schools are private, equivocal and non-denominational programs with an art-based curriculum. In 1919, the first Waldorf school was founded by Philosopher Rudolf Steiner in response to the trauma gripping Central European youth following World War 1 (Regeneration, 2017). Due to its unique curriculum, Waldorf schools remain relatively ambiguous to the general public. When first making contact with this pedagogy, people tend to find certain peculiarities within the school that may provoke…

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