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    The early memory that I have with composing is drawing with color pencils and crayons. When I was at age four I remember my mother had brought me a book of pictures and a set of color pencils. I learned to color the pictures inside the picture book and that time I was not that good with coloring I always miss a spot or the colors comes out the pictures. When I went to school in my fist grade we have an Art teacher and she asks each one of us to draw a picture of a family or a house and a…

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    Kleptomania Essay

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    because I do not like stuff like that. Pencils our a thing I like to take a lot especially if I just find them laying around. If I find one that is left behind by someone and I do not know whose it is I am going to take it. If I know the person whose pencil I have I will use their pencil the whole day and then give it back to them at the end of the school day. I really like having a lot of pencils at once, so if I lose one I have plenty more to use. I lose pencils a lot so it is always handy to…

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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…

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    jealousy yet true love that is prompted by the pencil case. Kathy had been curious where Ruth had received this pencil case from and, “... suddenly [Kathy’s] behaviour seemed to [herself] utterly baffling. All this effort, all this planning, just to upset [her] dearest friend. So what if [Ruth] fibbed a little about her pencil case?” (Ishiguro 55). Kathy is self aware of the way she makes Ruth feel when she interrogates Ruth about the origin of the pencil case. The emotions and jealousy show…

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    Why I Love Art

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    always found myself adding excess layers of paint onto one another in order to create the perfect combination, while simultaneously creating rips in the canvas from overworking one spot. I have always favored the easier way out of art, and sticking to pencils and erasers. It was my sophomore year of highschool when I…

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    Autism Behavior Checklist

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    proving how an individual looks in comparison to others to identify autism in children. A list of questions about a childs behavior. Scales of a rating 1 to 4. Subtest of ASIEP-3 Questionnaire Yes or No 10 to 20 minutes 18 months to 35 years Paper and pencil. Professional who had training in ASD and CARS. Scoring on A-strong, B-Moderate, C-Limited, D1- Opinion/No evidence meeting criteria. Not reliable based on a single response. ADOS – 2 Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule Semi-structured…

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    Whistle Project Essay

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    main shape of my animal. I then took a ribbon tool to hollow out the base of the whistle so that it would be able to whistle. For my octopus I put a knife through the bottom part of the front and a pencil through the bottom. This allowed the wind to move through the whistle and come out of the pencil hole to create a sound. For my hippo I made the whistle on the side and bottom. The serrated rib tool allowed me to scratch and attach additive pieces so they would not come off in the kiln. The…

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    Purpose To determine the specific types of pigments found in a rose leaf and rose petal by using isopropyl alcohol (C3H8O) in paper chromatography. Scientific Explanation When leaves are mixed with isopropyl alcohol (C3H8O) the alcohol draws out the leaf pigments and chemically change to a solvent. When the solvent is painted on the paper towel nothing happens but when a bit of alcohol is added it easily climbs up the paper towel. This happens because the alcohol molecules are “sticky” and…

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    sheet. (d) Aspirin, acetaminophen, and caffeine are components of analgesic drugs examined in this experiment. 2 A 6cm by 10cm pre-coated TLC sheet will be obtained. On the powdery surface of the TLC sheet, a light pencil line 1cm from the TLC sheet will be drawn. On this light pencil mark, five small dots will be drawn, 1cm between the dots and 1cm from the edges of TLC sheet. On the top of each drawn dot, will be marked as A (aspirin), Ac (acetaminophen), C (caffeine), M (mixtures of the…

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    In the story “The First Day” by Edward P. Jones, the feuding of the two girls is a crucial part of the story. The narrator's thoughts about the other little girl reflect the ongoing feud between their mothers. In the story, but upon seeing the child of the woman at the registration's curls drooping, the narrator is happy. She seems to be proud that her own hair is "twisted into an uncommon sturdiness". This seems to also imply that she thinks her mother is better than the other girl's mother…

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