Dora the Explorer

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  • The Role Of Society In Fahrenheit 451 By Ray Bradbury

    Over two years ago, science-fiction author Ray Bradbury, one of the genres leading writers for more than sixty years, had passed on. He had written many books and short stories that were well-received, and a few were turned into movies, plays and or even TV shows. Although, he was primarily known for the novel Fahrenheit 451, which describes a dystopian future in which the government burns books. Numerous individuals have mentioned that the novel was mainly to argue against censorship, but…

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  • Personal Narrative: Forming My Own Opinions

    music as all the prominent kids, I even judged people I had never met before based on the assumptions of other people. I now hate shows that require audience participation even though they cannot hear or see you, but because most people watched Dora the Explorer and Barney and Friends, I did too and regretted every second of it. Music used to bore me because of how simple and repetitive it was. I did not even have any real friends because of how boring and basic I was.…

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  • Personal Essay: How Reading Made Me Popular

    massive lunch line. My daily temper tantrum starts right as Mrs. B. places me in line, and it lasts for the rest of lunch because the best part of the day was now over and I have to endure the lunch ladies taunting me about how I look just like Dora The Explorer. I despise my parents because of that horrendous haircut. When lunch came to a close we are directed back to our classroom, we all take a seat in our seats and also in the presence of a few adults who are going to perform a series of…

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  • The Importance Of The Trickster Figure In The Winnebago Culture

    remaining clueless to his actions. The Trickster pushes socially acceptable values and teaches children especially, the consequence your behavior can have on you and those around you. Children nowadays look at Bugs Bunny or Swiper, a sly fox from Dora the Explorer. The Trickster figure is found in many children stories as well as shows and movies, he helps shape and guide children at a young age. I have grown up watching and hearing of different Trickster figures and I believe his legacy will…

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  • Personal Narrative: Scared White Family

    Survivor: Scared White Family Edition There’s a running tradition in my family. Every summer we go to Lake George, NY for a few days. Lake George is the birthplace of some of my most treasured memories with my family. My most treasured, and I must say most traumatizing, memory was the hike of our 2013 trip. This hike had my uncle going on about it hiking on a scenic trail in the mountains with a gorgeous view near where we were staying There’s a running tradition in my family. Every summer we…

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  • Jeelous, By Stephen King

    It was the darkest of days. Stephen King would have nightmares about something like this. There was no biblical term to describe how devastatingly catastrophic this was. Armageddon would be a paper cut compared to this. It’s something no little boy should ever have to go through. It was the day my mother said those dreadful words: “You’re gonna have a little sister.” I could almost hear the music from Psycho playing. I thought it was a joke; it must have been. My mom had enough on her plate with…

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  • Airplane Descriptive Writing

    first year of school crying every single day, pretending to be sick, grabbing onto my grandmother 's blouse and not letting go until the teacher would let her stay with me. Now I have to go on my first ever adventure without the assistant of Dora the explorer. Instantly, we get emergency tickets and start to board a weird type of spaceship called an airplane. I remember I forgot to pack something, it was my teddy bear, I left it at home and now it…

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  • Analysis Of The Organization Kid By David Brooks

    Liberal Education is meant to cultivate students, which means it intends to help with personal growth, knowledge, skills and also gives them the opportunity to learn about a variety of subjects including a specific field of their choice. This sounds very much like the purpose of college and lower level educations. David Brooks, who wrote “The Organization Kid” explains his views on liberal education and its effects on students. Brooks argues that these students are extremely intellectual, very…

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  • Bronfenbrenner Ecological Model

    Congratulations on the adoption of your beautiful little girl. I know that this must be a scary time for you two as you are new parents with no experience at all. I was very happy when you came to me for advice and am happy to help you understand and decide on which routes to take regarding the socialization of your daughter. First I would like to begin by talking a little about Bronfenbrenner’s Ecological Model which is one of the many theoretical views on childhood. Bronfenbrenner model…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Life In Puerto Rico

    When I think back on my childhood I see myself in Puerto Rico running around barefoot causing mayhem. A small part of my childhood was spent in Puerto Rico I barely remember much but I do remember when my mother went to enroll me in preschool. It was a small preschool in the mountains of Puerto Rico, it was where my sister had been enrolled and my mother wanted me to follow her footsteps. That was where I got my first book. The teacher made me promise to go to her school in return she gave me a…

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