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    It is important to be confident, not be consumed by the opinions of others and to value yourself, and this is what I explored in my project and the final garment. The self-assertive, defiant tone and pure confidence of the hook is what inspired and influence my theme: spiritual kinship. I find that my perception of the quoted hook relates well to an aspect of spiritual kinship as in order to love yourself and have this confidence you need to have some sort of spiritual kinship with yourself.…

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    intention to correlate criminal investigations and scientific techniques, forensics became a division of science that specializes in analyzing criminal cases. It has a wide range of disciplines, expanding from DNA laboratory analysis to hair and fingerprint pattern analysis. However, it may not be completely reliable because some of its branches, such as examining hair or soil, may not provide the most solid information. This means that these test conclusions…

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    For this analysis, the artwork I selected a Volute Krater made in Greece during the 4th century B.C.E. The artist, The Underworld Painter, uses several lines, especially in the temple made for Atlas. The horizontal and vertical lines give the temple definite shape because of the thickness and they signify that a hero who has died, is the focal point on the back of the vase. The artist also uses curved lines at the top of the vase to show the richness of detail and drive the story further. The…

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    Geometric Krater

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    website, this ceramic vessel painted by the Birdseed Painter was made around ca. 735-720 BCE, which is in the late Geometric period, and it was found in Athens, Greece. While there is no particular subject to it, this vessel is covered by geometric patterns in most of the area, and there are two bands of repetitive animal figures painted among them. The painter used the black-figure technique to paint the jar, which was typical at the time. The vessel is 60.5 cm in height, and it has a…

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    Nozick's Patterned Theory

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    Chamberlain example shows is that no patterned principle of just distribution will be compatible with liberty. To preserve the pattern which was agreed to in the original position, the state will have to continually interfere with people's ability to freely exchange their shares allotted by the patterned principles. For any exchange of these shares explicitly involves violating the pattern that originally ordered it. One criticism that is made is that if we start with an acceptable distribution…

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    As you work through this course you will understand that the way we learn is dependent on how we think and make decisions. Our different styles of learning fall into patterns. After taking this course and understanding my LCI learning patterns, I have found that we practice each pattern in a different aspect of our lives. Some patterns are more applicable to our daily routine than others that we use as needed. Not everyone learns the same way, our decisions and how we interpret information will…

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    Personal Learning Habits

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    my explanation of learning was only partially correct. After conducting a comprehensive analysis of my own personal learning habits, I can now confidently provide a more accurate definition of the term. Learning is the ability to take in the world around you, while making connections through experience, developing an understanding of…

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    Susan Cain in her book, “Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World that Won’t Stop Talking” writes, “There’s zero correlation between being the best talker and having the best ideas.” This idea is especially relevant in today’s school systems where so much pressure is put on classroom participation. In recent years the question has been posed of whether or not grading based on classroom participation, which has been the norm in many classes for years, is really the best way to engage students.…

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    My Grading Philosophy When it comes to grading I have to same that my grading philosophy will be the same no matter what grade I am teaching. First of all, I feel that a final grade should be made up of many components. Those components should be test, daily grades, quizzes, and class participation. Test should be weighted them most at 50%, daily grades and quizzes should weigh 40%, and class participation should be 10%. There should be at two to three test grades in a grading period and…

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    Bac Back: A Short Story

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    I wake up after what seems to be centuries. I feel sluggish, like after drinking so much. The weirdest part, it seems that I can't move or in fact, see anything, just complete darkness. But how is this even possible, I think to myself. I died on my bed, with my wife and children surrounding me. I was a King, an Emperor in fact, since; and I am proud to say, that I ruled an entire Continent, the Continent of Marsa. But back on track here, where... am I exactly? I try to move as fiercely as…

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