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    24 two and a half year old German kids. Twelve were boys, and twelve were girls. Half of the kids were randomly assigned to the false belief condition and the other half were in the true belief condition. The experiment consisted of one stuffed caterpillar toy, two boxes, one pink and one…

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    Environmental Concerns. As far as environmental and ecological issues are concerned, the biggest issues are a potential gene escape, superweeds, impacts on non-target species, insecticide resistance, and the loss of biodiversity. Some people believe that genetically modified plants and weeds will cross pollinate, creating weeds that are resistant to glyphosate(a broad spectrum herbicide used to kill weeds) and in turn make the weeds difficult to control. The chance of this occurring is small but…

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    Symbiotic Relationships

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    “It’s a tough world out there when you’re an herbivore, particularly for us insects.” I’m a Green Stinkbug (Nezara viridula). I’ll guide you through some of current battles between us and plants. These battles are constant, and have been on-going since the rise of the first plants and insects. This co-evolution process has developed symbiotic relationships- both good (commensalism) and bad (predation/parasitism) depending on whose side you’re on. The relationships we’ll see are between insects,…

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    herself into a bigger size, as this part is an intense climax of the story for me that the Queen should learn a lesson from her bad temper. Nevertheless, I also disliked a character, the Caterpillar was representing drug use with magic mushrooms and hookah in Chapter Five. This behavior displayed by the Caterpillar can mislead readers attempt to imitate. The book’s language is very complex and nonsense which will leave some children confused. Yet, it’s still a classic well worth as a read-aloud.…

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    For decades, America has oppressed African Americans due to the color of their skin. Although the country has made many strides in preventing some racial actions, racism still plays a massive role in modern society. Compton rapper Kendrick Lamar released his second studio album “To Pimp a Butterfly” on March 15, 2015. Lamar spoke out against structural racism on this album and made a case for the black culture being at fault for some of the racism they face. His message may not have been…

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    Butterfly Autobiography

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    However, it is the pain that actually creates the beauty of a butterfly’s wing. Without the extreme struggle when the caterpillar breaks its own cocoon, the butterfly would never, ever be able to fly. I have to confess that I was born a caterpillar, “unsightly blemishes” as I identified my corpulent body and ugly out looking. When I was young, I did not understand how an “underdog” caterpillar would ever be able to dance in the sky, but I was ascertained that I would do anything to become that…

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    to learn how to drive the tractor and would buy it once he grew up. When they reached home, he woke up and went straight to his room which he missed. He placed the jar on his window sill so the caterpillar would receive the light and fresh air it deserves in the garden. His mum would watch the caterpillar grow every day with him and finally one morning it dried up, split open and a colourful butterfly fluttered its wings. They both felt that it was like a miracle happening when the butterfly…

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    manipulatives and the tablet at the same time. After a while, he gave up on both of them and turned his attention to something else. For the rest center time, he played on the carpet by himself with a musical caterpillar that lit up with the press of a button. He seemed to enjoy himself so much with that caterpillar. Every once in awhile, he would jump up and move around, but he would go right back to that…

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    but he didn’t have that anymore. He did anything to try to fit into his new world. Francisco admired his class caterpillar and wanted to be just like it. In the story, Francisco said, "Sometimes it was hard to spot him because he blended in with the green leaves and twigs." I think that in that moment Francisco wished that he could blend in with the American culture like the caterpillar did with the leaves and twigs. Also, in the story every time Francisco tried to speak Spanish his teacher said…

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    (1996). From caterpillar to butterfly. New York, NY: HarperCollins. AGE JUSTIFICATION: This factual book is suitable for preschool children ages 4 to 8. The colorful illustrations throw a twist in the so-called “norm” of children’s nonfiction being that the genre of books…

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