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    Boredom Essay Reflection Before I had come to college and taken our Bored to Tears writing class, I really hadn’t thought deeply about boredom and searched into the depths of its meaning. To me boredom normally meant a person was lazy and unproductive or stuck in a boring situation, such as the science fair. The writing tools, class discussions, passages, and books that we read in class opened my mind to the world of boredom in a new light and allowed me improve my skills as a reader and a…

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    the twenty-first century? Rosenthal answers her questions simply with: it means going green, and this is exactly what Kate Rosenthal did for her company. Rosenthal is a mother, CEO, and an extrordinary person. In 2006, She became the CEO of Stubby Pencil Studio: for naturally creative kids, with an emphasis on naturalism. Rosenthal realized there weren 't sustainable,…

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    Throughout our daily lives, technology has been a major part, whether it may have been through our cell phones, computers, and even the pencil. These advancements in technology has made it easier to gain access to all sorts of information. We have gone from the limitation of the pencil to the utilization of newer technologies such as the laptop. They have also changed the way in which students all over, learn in and out of the classroom. Some would argue, that technology has taken a hold on our…

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    My Love Of Writing

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    of agony from a cast, I was liberated. My mother bought me new pencils. I opened the case and the smell of wood and lead was upon me. The pencil I picked felt cold and stiff in my hand as I positioned it perfectly. I was nervous to start writing again, but once I had started, words and words came together on one paper. Hand-operating writing was no longer foreign. Although, typing was fun, nothing beats the smooth sailing of a pencil on paper as soon as you come up with new ideas. Now looking…

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    As designers and creators we have endless methods to create art, we can express ourself in any way we want. With interior design you will always find yourself creating new environments, so is a common thought to imagine that a client may ask you to design his/her new living room with a contemporary style, of course, for this design you need to add objects such as furniture in order for the client to have a clear vision of how this space is going to look like. But sometimes objects drawn in one…

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    It was the sixth grade. I was in science class on a normal day. But I had a feeling things were going to get worse. I decided to mess with two pencils and that was a bad idea. Before I knew it I had to go to the doctors. And have to get something removed. The pencil split down the middle and a big sliver under my thumb nail. I tried to get it out but I made it worse. eventually I told my teacher and she had tweezers but they were too big and she told me to go to the office. They had sliver…

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    alligator clip wires were attached to either end of a 17.5cm long graphite pencil (making sure that both ends of the pencil were sharpened). 5. A voltmeter that had two alligator clip wire attached was connected to either end of the graphite pencil 6. The electrical outlet and the power pack were turned on, ensuring that the voltage on the power pack was set to 8V. 7. The current and the voltage were then recorded for the pencil type and length* 8. The results were then implemented into the…

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    Short Essay On Paranoia

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    what my coach would later refer to me as "a brown drop in a sea of white faces". That wasn’t the only detail setting me apart from them. Every other student 's materials consisted of a laptop, printer, and their coach. My materials? A mechanical pencil and…

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    Why I Chose Drawing

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    Art has always been a passion of mine, no matter what the form. It has always been something that can appeal to all tastes, no matter how unusual they may be. I am often working on a collection of art projects ranging from things like drawing and painting, to music and video. Working on projects helps me express my creativity and I also find it relaxing working on things that I enjoy. Out of all the different forms of art I do, drawing is what I work on the most. Drawing is the basis for most…

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    friends,” tell students they will write a sentence or two about what they are thankful for. The teacher will dismiss students to their desk to write their own sentences. The teacher will pass out the orange writing paper to students who are ready with pencil. The teacher will walk around guiding students reminding them about capital letters, spaces, and…

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