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    A method that was stated in the article for children to hold their pencil was the tripod method, “in which the pencil is held between the thumb and index finger, resting on the distal phalanx of the middle finger, about an inch from the point, as soon as they start school” (Graham, 2010, p.53). Therefore, it is a comfortable position for the child and they will be less likely to complain about being fatigued or show discomfort when asked to write. While paper position depends on whether the child is right-handed or left-handed. Right-handed children should place their papers directly in front of them with the left side of the paper center to their body, while left-handed children should place their paper partially clockwise and hold their pencil slightly farther…

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    Nico Dialectical Journal

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    the lamp that occupied her bedside table. She made sure she was in view of the camera before slowly taking off her tank top and bra. Kendall moaned, asking for her to rub her nipples. Obliging, she rolled her already erect nipples between her fingers. Deciding to brave it, she gripped her breast and tipped it up to her mouth for her tongue to graze across the nipple. “Fuck, that’s hot baby. You couldn’t make it a day without me, could you?” he goaded, tilting the camera down to where his dick…

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    Behavior Observation

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    I wrote the date and time down of the observation. Also creating a chart in Excel and copy and paste to word document. I created a tracking log for each person and documented only when I observe his or her behavior. This chart is based on duration, which is the to what extent or how long a behavior happens, how much time (Cooper, et al., 2014). Michelle Flicking using thumb and forefinger Date Time Duration of the behavior Description/Type 26-Apr-17 0720 am 0730 am 10 minutes…

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    your own driveway and measure out ten feet. This is the length between the free throw line and the basket. The next step is to find the center mark on the free throw line. On most hardwood courts there is a nail mark on the foul line to mark the middle of the free throw line. They use this nail mark to draw the circle around the free throw line. Once you have located the center mark on the free throw line, step up to the line and place your dominant…

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    occurred during their life. This permits the patient to reflect on their life experiences and to appraise the impact they shared with the world and others. Generally, people do not realize the considerable impact they have had on the world or on other people. In this life review paper I would like to discover additional information about my Grandma and the impact she has had on the world. During the review I aspire for her to take notice of the incredibly positive impact she has had on the…

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    smiled awkwardly as he took a seat at the nearest desk close to her. He chuckled and placed a finger on one of the exams she was grading, that happened to be the paper of the failing football star, Ezekiel Elliot. "I swear that sucker…

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    Clover: A Short Story

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    back home were the best. Colors mixed perfectly in the golden rays of the sunlight. The rainbow in my tank was the complete opposite. It had a glare from my warm yellow tank light and the colors were all wrong. As for the house Jeff had given me, I’d say it’s okay. It was this little house positioned on a fake tree stump with fake leaves on the top. To the giants outside of my tank it looked perfect and real, but from my point of view it was wretched and fake. I snap out of my little day dream…

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    A Hero's Journey

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    Her steps were slow and cautious. Her breaths were small and shallow, but her heart could be heard by anyone standing at least a few meters away. She had been waiting perpetually. Had been plotting, planning; and agonizing. She was already well aware of the consequence her actions would lead to, but after the event that had been weighing on her shoulders for years on end, the few seconds of relief that she would finally have after the deed was done would be all worth it. Her grip tightened…

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    Essential Tremor A tremor is trembling or shaking that you cannot control. Most tremors affect the hands or arms. Tremors can also affect the head, vocal cords, face, and other parts of the body. Essential tremor is a tremor without a known cause. CAUSES An essential tremor has no known cause. RISK FACTORS You may be at greater risk of essential tremor if: • You have a family member with essential tremor. • You are age 40 years or older. • You take certain medicines.…

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    When conducting the experiment the distance that the testers fingers were apart before catching should’ve been consistent at approximately 8cm apart to ensure a fair test. Another way that we could’ve seen the difference in reaction time would’ve been to test the dominant hand as it would have allowed us to compare another set of results. Conclusion: To conclude, through this experiment we have proved that auditory stimulus is faster than visual stimulus. This is because overall the results…

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