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    time the trimester rolled around. This conversation stemmed directly from an interaction with Devon, who had questions about assignments he had failed to complete in the few days before. I found myself asking so many questions about the circumstances in this moment – “What is his home situation like? Does he have any extra curricular activities that are sucking up his time? What is his family support network like? Do we know why he hasn’t completed these assignments yet? Is he understanding what he is being asked to do?” – but they fell on deaf ears, because I failed to ask them anywhere outside of my own brain. I think part of the reason Devon came to me first was because he saw me, at least on a subconscious level, as the good cop to my mentor’s bad cop. He knew that I may not overstep my boundaries and defend him in the moment, but that I would encourage him and do what I could to build him back up in the aftermath. I believe that this dynamic is not necessarily healthy in a co-teaching environment, but I wasn’t really much of a co-teacher in that environment anyway as I was an observer. But beyond that, I think that Devon trusted me because I made an effort to know him, at least on a surface level. I tried my best to be understanding, forgiving, and patient with him. I knew his name. I learned a lot about classroom management from my first placement, but I think what that experience taught me most was how valuable it is for me to make connections with students. Even…

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    TGIT (“Thank God It’s Thursday”) lineup, it needs to be as good as a Shondaland show. Audiences can tell when they are receiving a cheap, underdeveloped knock off. The first step would be to create more likeable or unlikeable characters. While watching a show, audiences need someone to love and root for, or to actively love to hate. Characters that can be rooted for bring viewers back for more, as they want to continue on with the character’s story. Furthermore, it is easier to stand…

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    Good Cop Bad Cop Analysis

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    opposing view. The song Good Cop Bad Cop by Starlito and Don trip gives insight to the widespread spectrum of corruption in police and their brutality against African Americans. This injustice is a topic of conversation that we, as a society, tend to shy away from in conversation due to the sensitivity the nature of the conversation has. Good Cop Bad Cop bluntly exposes the nature of the actions of police, without worry of…

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    Not all cops are bad Police Officers: Courageous, strong, brave, amazing people, but to some they are all brutal, evil, horrible people. Not since the 1960s have police been subjected to so much criticism, disaffection, and public abuse (Moore). Yet, not all cops are bad people like people tend to think. A good majority of police are honest, caring, loving people that love their job, protecting us and their city from harm. Of course, there are the handful of officers that abuse their power,…

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    Essay On Spring Break

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    We speed, and the results were fun while they lasted. We were doing our thing and breaking a few laws from how were driving but that wasn 't the whole problem. The speed limit on this two lane road was 45 because it ran threw a residential area and a golf course, it 's a beautiful road and beautiful cars drive it being in a high end neighborhood. Keep in mind it is spring break so there still is salt on the road, but down in the Lake of the Ozarks they use sand because the salt will hurt the…

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    A Bad Encounter Essay

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    A Bad Encounter At this point in my life I had just turned 19 and was working at Tractor Supply. It was Friday and my night off when I received a phone call from work. It was Emily, the cashier that was working that night. She said that something had been delivered with my name on it and I needed to pick it up. She wouldn’t tell me what it was. So I good-bye to all of my friends and went into work When I walked through the door, on the counter was a bouquet roses. They were bright yellow and hot…

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    1. My weekend was great we had no school Monday, and half day Friday. On the half day I want to U-Ridge. Which is a very nice golf course. In fact it is the UW Badgers home course. I went with my friend David we play nine holes of good golf. I shot 43 and David shot 39. On the last hole it started pouring rain and we got soaked! The rain came down so quick I had no time even to get my rain gear on! I finished that hole with a Birdie just in time because lightning struck right after. On saturday…

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    Are Cop Cars Good Or Bad

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    chilly fall day in New York City, the smell of hot dogs and garbage in the air. Erick was on the busy sidewalk trying to get some money by selling cigarettes. He wasn’t having much luck but he really needed the money to buy a suit so he can get a job so he can support himself. “Cigarettes, cigarettes!” Erick yelled at the crown of people. Nobody paid attention to him and went about their own business.”Cigarettes, Cigarettes!” he continued yelling. Why are there so many cop cars passing this…

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    "When I was little, I was diagnosed with pulmonary fibrosis. Both my lungs were shutting down. I was gonna die. So they took out both my dying lungs and gave me a single lung from an Unwind."..."Like I said, the lung's got asthma. It was the best we could afford." The most important part of the quote said by Zachary is the best we could afford. It shows an example that the society is doing some business out of dead kids. They had to lower the price of the lungs to make it cheaper for people…

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    The Building As I look up I saw a man cowering in the corner holding his shoulder guess the cop managed to get a shot of before he died. He looked scared more than scary. He was frightened at the fact I had caught him and he didn’t know what to do. He was shaking like and terrified of me and then he spoke, “don’t hurt me.” It was late and I was tired, so tired that I barely heard my other colleagues usually I hear Derek on the phone yelling at a woman who talked about how the council had taken…

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