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    Allowed In School

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    Vallario’s class he showed the students how to draw a face. He explained it in four steps and as he was explaining it he was drawing the face strep by step on the board. He tells the students to follow the steps along with him. First they draw an oval outline that tapers down at the bottom. They do this because heads are never drawn circular; they are oval shaped, almost like an egg. Then they follow Mr. Vallario while he is drawing a line down the center of the oval. Then he cuts the oval in half again, this time by drawing a line horizontally across the oval. After that the class followed Mr. Vallario as he draws the nose at the point at which crosses the vertical on the oval. He then sketched out the base of the nose and a nostril both sides and divides the bottom quarter in half again. Then he draws bottom of the lips, which, rests on the dividing line he just drew. Then he finishes it off by drawing the top lip. As he explains each step to the student he makes sure they are listening and doing the proper steps. They all cooperate and go at the same pace so no one feels like they have to compete or draw really fast to get a good grade. He also wants them to understand the technique. Some of the…

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    Tantie At The Oval

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    Tantie at the oval narrated by Paul Kenn-Douglas describes tanty Merle drama from her preparing for the match to her behaviour at the sport. The events that took place demonstrate the frustration of her nephew who took his sixty-five year old aunt to watch a cricket match between Trinidad vs the Combined Island at the oval. The nephew was frustrated over her antics which contain her specific selection of a vehicle to her basket filled with sorrel and cakes to her cheering at the match. Based…

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    Tanti At The Oval

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    “Tanti at the Oval” was a piece done by writer, performer and most importantly; storyteller, Paul Keens-Douglas. Although Trinidadian by birth, he spent his early childhood in Grenada. He is well renowned for his ability to convey cultural equality in his work by ensuring it is appealing to virtually everyone, especially in such a cosmopolitan region. This particular piece entails the main character, Tanti Merle, and her journey to and from a cricket match at the Queen’s Park Oval in Trinidad…

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    The Oval Time Session

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    HAT, HAT, WHO HAS THE HAT? This is a fun closing activity for the Oval Time Session. It is a way of acknowledging all those who have been present and their participation in today’s activity. The leader lets the participants choose a hat for the day from a stack of varied hats. Note: For hygienic purposes, these should be sprayed down regularly with a disinfectant of some sort or washed in the washing machine. Once used, we put the hat in the hamper or disinfecting pile until we can clean…

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    Oval Office Scandal

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    report on April 6th, 2017, Nermeen Shaikh reported on President Donald Trump and his support for Bill O’Reilly. Lawsuits were carried out by five women who alleged that Bill O’Reilly, a Fox News host, sexually harassed them. In response to these lawsuits, Fox News paid $13 million to settle the case. In the Oval Office interview, President Trump supported O’Reilly stating that “I don’t think he did anything wrong . . . he is a good person”. Civil rights attorney Lisa Bloom, who represented Dr.…

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    valley of the shadow of death, I fear no evil for you are with me”(par.7). Bush establishes his credibility by stating "Our financial institutions remain strong, and the American economy will be open for business as well"(par.4). This statement gains his trust in the eyes of the citizens. He initially gives this speech in the oval office, where many presidents have been and spoken before him on live television. Being in that particular spot establishes his ethos by presenting his…

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    Johnson in the Oval Office Lyndon Johnson took the oath as vice president on January 20, 1961 (Bornet, P. 1). In office, he served as a subordinate to President Kennedy. Johnson served as liaison with America’s space effort and also served as chairman of the President’s Committee on Equal Opportunity (Bornet, P. 1). He also made short visits for President Kennedy to thirty-three countries to give speeches on behalf of the president (Bornet, P. 1). However, the key powers reside with President…

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    Tanti Merle at the Oval is a story which encompasses features of Caribbean life with the use of Caribbean dialect, humor and cricket. The tale is based upon the mannerism of the writer’s aunt before and during a visit to a cricket match at the oval. The events that take place draw attention to issues within the Caribbean based on identity, gender and sexual relations. Identity is what defines an individual; their qualities, beliefs, experiences and overall way of life. Caribbean people are…

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    “Why do we always get caught up in fights between other countries?” Thomas asked himself while pacing in the Oval Office. “I am going to pull my hair out if one more American is forced under impressment! We are a free nation!” Being a pretty casual man, he strolled out of his office in his slippers to talk with his cabinet of advisors. It was 1807, only 31 years since they stopped fighting with Britain, and they were already asking for another war, he thought to himself. Later, in the…

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    his artwork, it is easy to see this approach through his quest to understand the people and environments around him. Robert Hannaford is one of Australia’s most renowned and influential portrait artists. The Art Gallery of South Australia has curated an exhibit of the artist’s portraiture and drawing works. Robert Hannaford’s impact upon Australian Art can hardly be overlooked. A regular Archibald Prize finalist since 1994, he has painted the likes of former Prime Minister Paul Keating,…

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