Dora the Explorer

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  • Eight Types Of Sin In Dante's Inferno

    Every day millions of people sin. In the Divine Comedy Dante travels through nine circles of Hell, observing punishments caused by different sins. The more severe the sin that is committed, the more severe the punishment is endured. Throughout history famous figures, people in literature, and current celebrities, have committed these nine different types of sin. I will be placing these wrong doers in the different circles of Hell discussed in the story. Circle zero, otherwise known as Vestibule,…

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  • Personal Narrative Mexican-American

    ounces. The doctors said that Amber wouldn’t make it to 3 months, but Amber proved the doctors wrong. Amber Marie Cisneros is Mexican-American and can speak 2 languages. She is as energetic as any 4-year-old can get. Her hair reminds me of Dora the explorer and she has super dark brown eyes. She has several scars on her body from the needles, tubes, and surgeries they had to do on her. She knows what happened to every scar on her body, from when she was in an incubator and to when she was in…

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  • Stereotypes In Cartoon Analysis

    It was not until shows such as Maya & Miguel, Dora The Explorer, and Go Diego Go, where Latino characters were able to be portrayed in cartoons as main characters and were not limited to different stereotypes and tropes about the Latino Cultures, rather they were able to solve problems on their own or with…

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  • Gender Socialization Analysis

    The Pampers Easy Ups for girls are sold in pink packaging to fit recent Western gender stereotypes. Marketers use Dora the Explorer and Disney princesses to appeal to young girls and to help socialize them from a young age. Princesses are portrayed as the damsels in distress teaching girls to assume their role as the weaker and more emotional sex. On the other hand, Dora represents an anti-barbie character, but nonetheless teaches young girls how to act. In contrast, the boys version of Pampers…

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  • What Do Babies Think Analysis

    I was very intrigued with the TED videos that were assigned to this paper. I am always interested in learning more about how children at such a young age develop everything that is essential for when we age in adulthood. In the first video “What Do Babies Think?” The first experiment included babies that were the age of fifteen to eighteen months. I was amazed to find there was a significant amount of difference between a fifteen-month and an eighteen-month baby and how their brain processes…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Definition Of Medicine

    I was heading towards my kitchen. It was time. Not just any time, it was medicine time. My mom sat me down and came towards me with the small cup of grape medicine, which is obviously delicious…not. This is it. I’m going to die. Goodbye, Dora the Explorer. I love you. The tears were starting to bundle up and suddenly tears were falling down my face. At this point, I was sobbing over the idea of drinking that disgusting gooey, purple syrup. Tears were falling down my face, my mom was telling…

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  • Crystal Arellano

    that doll, you can bet that I loved the cartoon too. My two favorite cartoons were Dora the Explorer and Curious George. My eyes were stuck to the TV as long as those shows were on. I was so tired of seeing teddy bears everywhere and not having Dora and Curious George in my room, I wanted a room makeover. I was only 4 years old and I was already thinking I was too old for teddy bears. My dad changed my curtains to Dora and my bed sheets to Curious…

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  • The Positive And Negative Effects Of Screen Time On Children

    96% of families have at least one television in their house (Bigner & Gerhardt, 2014). It is very important for parents to interact with their children face to face. The use of screen time eliminates this possibility because the television and other screens are a distraction to anyone who is watching. Technology has changed significantly in the last fifteen years and has developed more software that is “kid friendly” (Albaiz, Ernest, Essa,Newton, & Sharkins, 2015). Parents need to reduce the…

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  • Compare And Contrast Lego And Mega Bloks

    are less expensive than LEGO products. They also have more themed sets such as Alien Agency, Barbie, Blok Squad, Call of Duty, Cars, CAT, Chuggington, Command Ops, Creature Seekers, Despicable Me, Dinobloks, Dinosaur Train, Disney Princess, Dora The Explorer, Dragons, Dragons Universe, Galaxy, Generator Rex, Gyro, Halo, Hot Wheels, Iron Man 2, Jeep, John Deere, Legend, Legends King Arthur, Marvel, Mega Modelz, Model Max, Motor Sport, Narnia, Need For Speed, Ni Hao Kai-Lan, Pirates of the…

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  • Write An Essay About Learning To Read

    did. I read everywhere: in the car, at the dinner table, and even in the bathtub. My family thought I was some kind of genius since none of the other children showed any interest in anything other than playing with their friends and watching Dora the Explorer- which was normal at the age. I did all those things. But I’ve never thought of myself as smarter than the other kids at that time. I just thought I was just a little black girl who got…

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