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    The White Horse I just wanted the horse white. Not red, yellow, brown, green, or blue, but white. Maybe following the directions created a more soothing outcome, but try telling that to a stubborn five year old who just wants things done their way. Instructions blocked creativity and adults tell kids that uniqueness creates personality. As of that my personality and cleverness in Kindergarten ranked very high on the charts in my eyes. The Gingerbread Man, a classic tale where a little gingerbread man refused to get eaten by a baker, a fox, a cow and in the book my teacher read, a horse. As my teacher came to a close reading the story to us she told us about the coloring book activity. The only instruction, color everything. Not too mind…

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    Goat, and the story I told was The Gingerbread Man with a different ending from the traditional story. Family Literacy Night was a great opportunity to practice my storytelling skills, and practice what questions allow them to think deeper. Although I enjoyed it there were moments that I thought about changing some questions and even changing my book. I also noticed the amount of distractions that can draw the attention away from the reading, but I learned a variety of ways that may work with…

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    When I was younger I also remember listening to bedtime stories. Frequently the stories my parents told me were from their childhood but, occasionally I would grab a huge boo full of fairytales. Some of my favorites were Cinderella, Red Riding Hood and the Three Little Pig, my all-time favorite was the gingerbread man. The Gingerbread man helped with my literate skills because of the pictures as well as the hidden life lesson in the story. The pictures helped make the story more interesting and…

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    Thanksgiving The Grinches

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    Once upon there lies A gingerbread man, It came to be known as the gingerbread man that had escaped from the grinches. The gingerbread tried warning everyone that the grinches were capturing all of those who were involved in supporting the Christmas holiday however; all the other elves didn’t believe the gingerbread man. One day while the elves continued to make presents for the kids, there came a green figure knocking onto the door, “all elves are reported to be sent to another place to work…

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    Gingerbread Man on the loose. It was Christmas eve and Grandma was making gingerbread man and houses for him to live in. All of us made gingerbread man and houses for all of the gingerbread people. When we got done cutting out the gingerbread people grandma stuck them in the oven to bake, we started on their houses out of giant gram crackers. I use so many sweets I couldn’t even count and mine was the best out of all my family of course. My gingerbread house was 10 inches high it was…

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    Hodgins: A Short Story

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    in goodbye. “See you later,” you murmured in his ear as you hugged him. Zack smiled at the rush of affection that coursed through his body in your embrace. “I love you,” Zack said in a very matter-of-face tone. You still got chills down your spine whenever Zack said that he loved you, the way he said it was different from any other way you had ever heard the familiar phrase. He said it like it was a fact of life- like it was concrete and unchangeable. It just was. “Love you too,” you said…

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    Oppression Of Manhood

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    time. Though her explanation of how women were seen in society, the confines in which women were expected to live in society during the period are revealed. Wollstonecraft writes that “women aren’t thought to have enough strength of mind to acquire virtue…” (pg 12), she goes on to show that women were only taught lessons and qualities from infancy which would “obtain for them the protection of man” (pg. 13), and it is considered when a woman is married that “she has reached her goal” (pg. 22).…

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    thought to be an actor but is then revealed to be a Chinese spy, to create a tragedy. After Gallimard falls in love with Song and separates from his wife he learns that Song is, in fact, a man. The audience’s opinion of his refusal to accept that his lover could be another man allows for several interpretations of Hwang’s reasons for writing this piece and what can be learned from it. Sexuality and gender identity are the two biggest topics within these interpretations. Rather than focusing on…

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    Companies are always looking for new, enticing and creative ways to advertise to their target audience in a rapidly changing society. Where companies need to be careful not to arouse controversy with their adverts. I will be looking at how a single company, Budweiser, have adapted their marketing in the last 47 years by comparing two of their adverts. The first advert I will be looking at was published in 1963, it is a single image with a text overlay. The Title reads ‘this calls for Budweiser…

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    How far do you agree with the view that the women in Tennyson’s poems are presented as victims in a male world? In “The Lady of Shallot” Tennyson portrays the lady as somewhat of a victim by being trapped in her room weaving as if she leaves she will break an elusive curse she is under. In line 63 we see that “she hath no loyal knight and true” this implies to us that she is utterly alone in her world and whether she stays or leaves men have set up a world she is doomed to fail by growing old…

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