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  • Want To Improve Children's Writing

    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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  • Reflection Of Nursing: A Life Review For Nursing

    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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  • Difference Between Facilitator And Teacher

    their small group. If they come up with their own rules, they are more likely to obey them. Examples could be: only one person speaks at a time, be respectful of others, what is said in here stays in here, sometimes you have to agree to disagree, etc. OR Five Finger Contract: o Pinky finger represents safety (both physically and emotionally – no hitting or punching, also no derogatory jokes or snide remarks). o Ring Finger represents commitment – staying committed to the group and the…

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  • Accident Essay

    and in this accident I lost the end of my right middle finger. So the story I’m about to tell you is true. On this particular day I was working at the United States Postal Service at 7117 W. Harry I had just been assigned to work with Rick Sifford. Rick and I were to move some three-inch angle iron. I think there were about 20 feet long so that equates to a lot of weight, far more than was safe for two people to move. I forget how many pieces of iron we got on the netting truck, but we got it…

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  • Personal Narrative: I Just Give Up My Horse

    They all were saying it was only sprained and that I would be fine after I iced it and wrapped it for a few days, but I knew that is was broken, so we called my dad who was at work. My dad was almost done with work since it was 6 o’clock at night, so he took off and came home to see what is going on. When he got home we decided that I needed to go to the hospital to make sure it was not broken. When we first arrived to the Burlington Walk-In Clinic I had to wait in the waiting room for about 20…

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  • Alfred A. Montapert: A Short Story

    zero previous experience with knives, I had no idea that it wouldn’t just carve right through the carrot. It became jammed in the very middle of the vegetable, lodged so that I couldn’t get it out. Frustrated, I put all of my pressure on it to try to loosen it. A moment later, I felt a…

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  • Personal Narrative Essay: Three Injuries

    Back when I was in the fifth grade. I had three injuries back to back. First I broke my index finger, then ring finger, and finally my right collar bone. The first two where due to sports, but the last one was due to the fact that I was stupid. So pretty much I stayed hurt in fifth grade. I had found it to be so hysterical that all my injuries happened on my right side of my body. Well let me explain how I got them three injuries. Well, I have played baseball from Tee-ball from Babe…

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  • Learning Something New

    passed, everyone was in front, but me. I was still standing in the back like a fifty-pound rock that could not be moved without the help from others. At that moment the instructor acknowledged me gracefully. After the instructor introduced himself a couple of the peers walked over to me and introduced themselves, knowing that I am nervous about learning new things they softly patted me on the back and told me with confidence that they do not know how to play guitar either. I felt more at ease…

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  • Peace Like A River Character Analysis

    faith was. God trusts him and knows how pure and clean his soul is so he is being rewarded in heaven. Another place where I found that hands were mentioned was on page 253. On this page Jermiah is trying ask Roxanna to date him and he is confident in doing so. Reuben says “His shirt cuffs were rolled back smooth his hands and forearms looked ropy and fast, even at rest." Jeremiah's hands are described as being smooth. This represents that Jeremiah wants to take care of his body. His job as a…

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  • American Sign Language: Lexical Borrowing In American Sign Language

    others or fingerspelling to make up for the lack of a sign for it. For the paper, loans signs, lexicalized fingerspelling, and what parameters/actions are involved in ASL for signs/lexicalized fingerspelling will be discussed in depth. Loan signs are the signs that have been borrowed from other languages, most commonly relating to countries and nationalities. The examples are #J on side of eye in the J letter movement to represent the eyes being slanted, China with an index finger on the side…

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