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    looking at my first memoir, I can tell that I have grown as a person and as a student. In my first memoir I talked about how I was dragged to a fire and forced to talk to people. Which of course didn’t happen and I ended up sitting by myself most likely playing on my phone. There are so many moments through the year that I regret not pushing myself out there and meeting new people. Just last weekend I went to a fire and I couldn’t believe how much fun I had. Everyone was laughing and having a good time including me. If I could go back a year ago- even two years ago- I would have went out more often and enjoyed my life. Not only have grown socially, you can also clearly see an improvement in my writing. From Spelling “New Philadelphia” with lower case letters, to saying I “was suppose to do something” instead of saying I “was supposed to do something”. It may seem like small things, but I look back on it and realize the slight changes that made me a better person. When you start to look at the changes in your life, you can’t help but notice the even more extreme changes happening to the world. Some time in November, the terrorist group ISIS led an attack on Paris, putting the world in a state of fear. Although the attack brought the world together, there was a lot of helter skelter in every country. The only other thing more extreme than these attacks was the news coverage. It was to the point that you couldn’t find a news station not talking about ISIS. There were times that…

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    Observation Of Case Letter

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    Lesson Elements Observations/Notes Learning Objective • Group 1 o When given a list of 26 upper-case and 28 lower-case letters, the student will be able to identify at least 85% of the letter names correctly. o When the student is shown 25 sight word flashcards, the student will be able to identify at least 80% of the words correctly. • Group 2 o When given a list of 26 upper-case and 28 lower-case letters, the student will be able to identify at least 90% of the letter names correctly. o When…

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    conventions, Steven can identify a period and a question mark, and knows the meaning of a period. He is also able to identify a word, letter, last letter of a word, sentence and lowercase letter. Steven is still learning where to begin reading on a page, and the meaning of a question mark. These are not major challenges, I believe that with continued guided reading, his general education class instruction and modeling from adults he will be successful in all areas of concepts of print.…

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    Dry Mount Research Paper

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    basically means if put anything under a microscope, it will be either opposite or inverted (d) What effect did staining the onion cells have on their appearance under the microscope? The blue methylene did change the onion cells on their appearance under the microscope. If you just put clear water on the onion, you can see the details on the onion. If you put blue staining on the onion, the nucleus will be stained blue, so you will be able to see the nucleus if the onions are stained…

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    Chicka Boom Boom

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    “ I'll meet you at the top of the coconut tree” said the alphabet letters to one another as they race up the coconut tree. At first, the lower case letters climbed up the coconut tree, but as the letters kept on climbing the coconut tree started to bent. After all the letters were on top, Chicka Chicka Boom Boom! the coconut tree was unable to support all the weight and all the letters ended scattered all over the ground. Later, the mothers, fathers, aunts and uncles ( the upper case letters)…

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    Matilda Riccardo Essay

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    He will come behind and say “Ms. Carolene, look at me”, then he bends behind the chair and he can play this game laughing hysterical for as long as the teacher continues. He sometimes says “Ms. Carolene, close your eyes” and then when the teacher opens her eyes, he surprises her with a book, a toy or anything he can find. This game began when he started to write his name. His teacher would comment on the good job he is doing and pointed out his improvements and showed him that she was proud of…

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    Riccardo Perez

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    Source of Information: This case study is about Riccardo Perez. He was born July 1, 2011 to Mr. and Mrs. Antonio and Matilda Perez. An interview was conducted on July 25th after dismissal at Ricardo’s preschool, at a Head Start program in White Plains NY, Westchester County. Reason for Case study of Student: Riccardo was having difficulty speaking to others in his immediate family and preschool environment. His speech was not clear so his verbal communications seems unintelligibly sometimes.…

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    Which is more significant, to be independent or to be dependent? In the lyric poems "Legacies," "the drum," and "Choices," by Nikki Giovanni, the author expressed her thoughts and feelings relating to the independent spirit in life. Her purpose through the three poems is to "suggests that we all must find a balance between what we want to do and what other people expect of us" (page 417). Giovanni used specific stylistic devices in the poems and those devices contribute to the message of the…

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    thousands of princess dresses I got thousands of books. All different books, all about different things: Farm animals, unicorns, and shapes. At only one years old I barely knew how to talk that well, let alone read a book. So, I’d just mindlessly tap the stylus pen against different words in the books hearing the automatic, monotone voice say each word slowly but not fully comprehending what she was even saying. At two years old my vocabulary had advanced enough for me to learn the alphabet. I…

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    Double Effect Essay

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    They also kill most if not all the civilians working inside the factory. By using the close connection theory, if can be stated that the deaths of the workers are so closely connected to the destruction of the facility, the deaths turn from unintended and foreseen, to intended. The pilot bombed the factory knowing fully that innocent people were going to die for the factory to be destroyed and still went through with their mission. In the case of DR, the doctors let the patients die without even…

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