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    Students have grown accustomed to computer word processor like Microsoft word. Some effects of using Microsoft word can be very useful for a student and some effects may not. It is much less stressful to write a paper on Microsoft word than it would be to write it with pen and paper. Today’s technology has help and is still helping student’s today complete assignments for school with the help of computer technology. The use of Microsoft word makes it easy to correct errors and make simple changes to their essay, which makes it easier for a student to complete any assignment or essay for a writing course online. In Godsey’s study “The effects of using Microsoft word on journal word counts in the high school English classroom” (as cited in Holland,…

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    this upcoming summer that will teach me real world skills and help me build relationships and connections with business executives. I think that I need more experience with my public speaking skills and I expect to take a class to improve. 1) After watching the Lynda.com video series on Microsoft Word I observed many skills that I previously was not aware of. Microsoft Word is a lot more complex than people make it out to be. There are a ton of features that I didn’t know existed. For example…

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    theory of writing iteration, I stated that writing was communication with words. For writing to be effective, it had to fulfil a purpose and conveyed a message successfully. Although I still believe this to be true, I also declared that effective writing involved correct usage of grammar, spelling, punctuation, organization, etc. No longer agreeing with this statement, it was the initial concept that challenged the way I view effective writing that changed in a manner of months. Evolution of…

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    Life changes fast. Life changes in the instant. You sit down to dinner and life as you know it ends. The question of self-pity. Those were the first words I wrote after it happened. The computer dating on the Microsoft Word file ("Notes on change.doc") reads "May 20, 2004, 11:11 p.m.," but that would have been a case of my opening the file and reflexively pressing save when I closed it. I had made no changes to that file in May. I had made no changes to that file since I wrote the words, in…

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    Carr is giving humanity a simple warning toward what direction our world might be heading in. Our society is starting to lose tolerance towards books, which we used to consider as an extremely important source of knowledge. And once our patience for books and genuine thought has run out, there will not be much hope for our most human-like qualities that we value today. The author states, “It’s not only deep thinking that requires a calm, attentive mind. It’s also empathy and compassion,” (220).…

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    The training design for this training program is aimed for individuals in administrative assistant positions to learn how to perform a mail merge in Microsoft Word 2013. This program is offered through the adult continuing education department in my organization, where I have been hired as a trainer. This training course is a four-week course, three-hours in length, and meets once a week. Trainees are given two 15-minute breaks during the three-hour session. The training is provided in a lab…

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    As many teachers search for new strategies and interventions to address the lack of fluency within their reading programs, Repeated Reading (RR) appears to be a topic of curiosity. RR is an evident based strategy designed to increase reading fluency and comprehension through the development of automatic word processing and contextualized linguistic effect (Winter, 2007). Similar to the text features on a cell phone, automatic word processing is the ability to detect and comprehend a word…

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    Observation Of Case Letter

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    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 the student is showed 25 sight word flashcards, the student will be able to identify at least 85% of the words…

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    Ilusory Memory Analysis

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    imaginary memories as real events, and the seeming cause of the outcome. In the experiment, the subjects are given a free-recall test on a 12-word list. The words in the list are all related to other mutual words not listed. Most subjects have a…

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    Many good authors use foreshadowing as a way to give hints on what will happen later in a book. Christiana Baker Kline uses words, these words were chosen because she likes the way that they sound. These words all have an impact on the characters in the book. These words foreshadow certain important moments in these characters lives. To foreshadow a strict woman Christiana Baker Kline uses the word harridan. This woman is Mrs. Byrne, her and her husband are the first people to take Niamh in.…

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