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    Junie B Jones Biography

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    She was in kindergarten (which was the same grade I was in) and later in 1st grade. It was in the point of view of Junie, so it showed her struggles in growing up, learning in school, making friends, and figuring out the world. There were times that she felt disconnected from her parents, which was something that I felt all the time. I saw so much of myself in her, that I couldn’t get enough of the books. She was the first character that I ever felt a real connection with. I remember reading different moments in the book and seeing myself in those same situations. I finally felt that I had someone that understood me. One of the main things Junie struggled with in the books was being misunderstood. I related to that so much because I felt like nobody really understood…

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    I recall as an elementary student reading my favorite series of all times Junie B. Jones. I was going through so much as a child that reading was the only way I could cope with my feelings. I learned the true meaning of struggle at a young age; life was very difficult at the time for me personally. I was not the type to talk about how I was feeling. I kept everything in, which was not good for my well being. I am the youngest out of my mother’s three children, so I was often left out of most…

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    Why I Want To Read

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    fascinating to see how your interests change throughout the years. By thinking back through the years about the types of books you have read, you can see what got you where you are today. When I was really young, my parents would always read to me; even when I couldn’t understand what was going on. They continued to read to me up to the ages of picture books and pop-up books. After a while, I eventually learned to read by myself, with much help from my parents. Once I learned, I…

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    assistance was given when needed. Since the environment the inventories were completed in was very comfortable and inviting, it provided the student and administrator ample opportunities to engage in meaningful conversation. The student enjoyed both the surveys and would smile when she got to talk about her answer and hear the administrator’s answers. She took her time developing the perfect answer for every question. 3. Upon completion of the first interest inventory, it was found that the…

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    and hot chocolate or ice cream. Purchasing books was a bonding activity for us and he would never worry about the price because to him the perks that come with a book were priceless. On these occasions, he would tell us of how my grandfather was the one who installed the importance of reading into his mind. My father works in education development in the third world, so on these occasions he would also tell us of what he would see abroad. Through these stories, he tried to give us the idea of…

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    something different and one will be small group with the teacher. She told me that you need to have some controlled chaos in the classroom and this is the perfect way to do it. Although a lot of teachers choose not to do learning centers because it 's a huge challenge. It took a lot of work, practice, and rehearsal to get her class in a set routine. In between those times she fits in science and social studies. At the end of each day the students will go to special and this will be her time to…

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    Playing tetherball to the point of having to be forcefully removed by Mrs. B. was also a frequent occurrence. She has already blown her whistle at me four times; that did not matter because I had to finish my tetherball game. Mrs.B came over using her daily route and pulls me off the tetherball court and straight into the cafeteria. We were the last two into the lunchroom and she places me right at the end of the massive lunch line. My daily temper tantrum starts right as Mrs. B. places me in…

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    My parents started reading to me from the day I could remember, one specific memory is every Christmas Eve my parents would read me 'Twas the Night Before Christmas, this is a memory I will always remember sitting around the fire with my family and listening to my mom read this book to us every year. Another memory is my teachers reading to me, I know all my teachers read to me but there is one teacher that always stood out to me when she read and I still remember today, every day she would…

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    At the age of six Mozart was proficient in the use of numerous instruments and could draw in large audiences. When I was six, my biggest accomplishment was being the first kid in my class to finish a chapter book. Child prodigies like Mozart show their artistic or intellectual potential at a young age and are propelled into adulthood with an exceptional competency, knowing their abilities and how to use them. Unlike the Mozarts of the world, my early proficiency in reading the tales of Junie B.…

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    I have always been a K9 lover. It never fails to amaze me how ordinary people trade in dogs for these hissing, stubborn, self-centered felines we call cats. Dogs embody characteristics that we wish all humans could possess: unconditional love, joy, unabashed love of life, and never being one to rush to judgment. Dogs have a way of finding the people who need them, filling an emptiness we don 't even know we have. Ryder is my good boy. Ryder is an Australian Shepherd, who has coloring the same…

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