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    targeted young adults but also teenagers. In my dusk jacket I wanted to display the racial and stereotypical profiling of minorities. I also wanted to incorporate Chinese culture. Contemplating an idea for book jacket cover was very difficult. I did not know what I wanted my cover to look like. So, I did some research. Looked at book jackets and decided how I wanted mine to be original but still appeal to the same demographic. Advertising and appealing to the audiences sense of pathos, logos and ethos is hard. The advertiser does not know how people will act towards certain topics or items. I pondered on what did I want…

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    1984 Book Cover Analysis

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    What intrigued most about 1984 is the symbolism it held. This is why I wanted to recreate a book cover that held a great amount of symbolism and a visual art piece that channels the many themes explored within the text. When writing 1984, I believe George Orwell’s style of writing and point in conveying actions were quite distinctive. His syntax gave off a tone of hopelessness and warning. A slow and fearful journey we follow Winston through that book and I wanted to show a condensed version…

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    People aways say don 't judge a book by its cover, but if you think about it book covers are very important. Book covers need to be intriguing to the reader to make the reader want to read the book. Throughout all of my schooling have found that most of the books I need to read have horrible covers. You have to ask yourself, Will I even read this book? Or does this cover make me what to read this book? I believe that when you buy something you have to have a personal connection to enjoy it…

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    What’s a stereotype? A stereotype is to believe unfairly that all people or things with a particular characteristic are the same. It’s a bad trait that most human beings have and do every day without even noticing. We tend to “Judge a book by its cover.” But you never know what could be in that book, may it just be a clear white cover with just the authors name, or a colorful active cover, that seems more appealing. It’s all about the material inside, that we wouldn’t know what that material is…

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    People often say “Don’t judge a book by its cover.” Describe a time when you misjudged someone based on his or her appearance or when someone misjudged you. Sometimes you misjudge people. By sometimes, I mean all the time. When you misjudge someone it is usually on their looks, but other times you think it is right to judge them by their ACTIONS. You think that if someone acts bad you have the “holy right” to judge them. Wait, but is that not what you are judging them for? Sometimes actions and…

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    Counter Tactics

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    seek cover, and where you can seek cover if you launch a counter attack. Know distances, for example, how far from your front door to the end of the driveway, to the mailbox, and to that large oak tree in the middle of the field. Know your firearm's capabilities and know your own capabilities and of those helping you. Do not gather in a group anywhere outside of adequate cover and/or concealment. Never open any doors to the outside when there is a light on behind you. Always turn the light off…

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    In every book shop across America, individuals are confronted with the extreme inquiry of what book ought to be purchased. There are a great many books laying on racks all over the place however what makes a reader get a novel to purchase and read? Taking a gander at a book means individuals can get thoughts regarding what kind of book is in their grasp. Most books snatch their audience of people by the way that they look, all things considered. A wide range of writers and distributors pick…

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    Lan1260 Week 6 Essay

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    In the lesson Cindy and I had planned for the Week 6 Tutorial for the Unit LAN1260, the specific learning goal was to present and justify a point of view relating to a prediction about the content of a text and to clarify the understand of content as it unfolds in formal and informal situations allowing student’s to connect ideas of their own experiences presenting and justifying a point of view. Students were introduced to the key learning goal and were given an example of the task to be…

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    in groups based on our reading levels and interests. What interested me the most were books that were suspenseful, full of action, and ones that moved at a fast pace with a colorful cast of characters. Her goal was to get me to enjoy reading again; she made that her personal mission. When I walked into her fifth period class, she had the desks in groups of six. She directed us to our stations where a pile of books awaited and were stacked in the center of each group. When I saw all of the books…

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    “...before you start pointing fingers... make sure your hands are clean.” Bob Marley said this quote and it means that if you don’t know someone, don’t judge them until you really get to know them. Also, once you get to know them, they can be really nice and friendly. Don’t judge a book by its cover is the theme developed by the author, Avi, in the story, True Confessions of Charlotte Doyle. In the first few chapters from the book, one pages 19-20, when Charlotte first met Zachariah she…

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