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    Printing Press Dbq

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    invention that became so extraordinary that it was used to print almost anything such as religious books, advertisements, and even literary works Working the Printing Press was hard. As it shows us in Document 1, the printing press worked by arranging moving metal type, then the type would be inked, and pressed down to paper. Before the invention of Gutenberg’s printing press, a scribe would write a book by hand from the dictation of a scholar. The printing…

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    Guy Montag Changes

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    In a future time in America, instead of fireman stopping fires, they start them and burn books. Guy Montag is one of these fireman’s who burns books on a daily basis without thinking of it. These people in this future world don’t care independently, care about nature, and have useless conversations with each other. Everything changed for Montag when he is encountered by a new neighbor named Clarisse McClellan who is the opposite of everyone in this world. In the next couple of days, his wife…

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    Maya Angelou was a famous author and performer and had an amazing story to tell. She overcame the trauma of rape and during the time she didn't speak she read every book she could. I think although she was extremely negatively affected and horrified by what happened, she wouldn't be who she was without her past. I chose to write about Maya because she was, and still is, a very inspiring person and has an incredible amount of joy and confidence despite overwhelming circumstances. Maya said she's…

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    The lion and the mouse by Jerry Pinkney is one of my favorite picture books by any author. I remember seeing the cover of the book when I was at the library looking for a new book to show the class where I was an assistant teacher and it was my first time for story time. The main point of this story was how the lion had the choice of either eating the mouse or letting him go free. The mouse small in size but there is much he can do for him in return. At first I thought the children might not be…

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    something about books to me when I was reading them, like video games but with books. For hours, I would just sit down and read until I was told to do something or until I was done with the book. For example, Geronimo Stilton, a series of books I loved when I was younger back in sixth grade, which I would sit down and finish 5 books in a matter of a few hours. Then I was introduced to no illustration books, which I was not cooperative with reading with until I read Rick Riordan’s books. The…

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    Book Bag Report

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    When designing the book bag, I made sure that the activities I included were activities that the children would know how to complete. They were activities that the students had completed in their class with other stories or in another context. When reading stories in class, the students would create a story sequence to summarize what happened through the story. So, I knew that they would know what to do to complete the story sequence activity. To personalize it and make it fit with the story,…

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    Should authoritative books be censored in libraries? Some books can be offensive, but books are the key knowledge. Books like, Night by Elie wiesel, and To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee, are books that are hard to read, but are a reminder of history that we should never forget about. People should be free to read whatever they choose in a library and should be reminded of the history. Books have power and knowledge that should not be censored. Many books also have a lot of history . For…

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    explored more, their questioning led to increased innovation in many different fields. The increased level of literacy reformed education. Without the printing press we would not have widespread use of textbooks or literary works in schools today. One book that is popular today that would not be well known without the invention of the printing press is Machiavelli’s The…

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    scrutinize a patients chart daily. Over my life, the reading I have encountered has shaped my academic journey. When I was a little girl I remember my mother reading Junie B. Jones books to me. Sometimes she would give me the book to to help me pronounce the words right. As a child I always thought that Goosebumps was a scary book to read, and I never wanted…

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    Should Scary Stories 3 be banned? The book that I read was “Scary Stories 3 More Tales to Chill Your Bones” by Alvin Schwartz. My book was about many different stories of gruels, creatures, and ghost. Many people think it’s banned because it’s gruesome, and the profanity. To be honest I do think it should be banned. Depending on your religion it could possibly offend you. My first reason that “Scary Stories 3” should be banned is the profanity. They do talk a little more advanced…

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