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    Periodization may be extremely confusing especially to a strength and conditioning coach at the high school level. One may wonder what is periodization? What periodization model is the best for what type of athlete? How do I implement periodization for a high school athlete? These are just a few questions a strength and conditioning coach may ask themselves or others. This journal is written to help explain some of these questions for a high school strength coach but in no way is the absolute answer to these questions. This article will detail: factors to consider when choosing and implementing a program for a high school athlete, What is periodization and what are the two main types of periodization, what is the periodization curve, and…

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    Periodization can be utilised as a tool for education with varying effects. Sectioning time into these periods will assist in narrowing the broad and often complex concept of history. Marshall Brown has stated that the dividing of history is vital to comprehend the intricacies within the achievements of individual composers. Organising music history into these divisions allows individuals studying such a complex concept to be able to achieve a greater analysis and consequently increased focus…

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    Periodization can be utilised as a tool for education with varying effects. Sectioning time into these periods will assist in narrowing the broad and often complex concept of history. Marshall Brown has stated that the dividing of history is vital to comprehend the intricacies within the achievements of individual composers. Organising music history into these divisions allows individuals studying such a complex concept to be able to achieve a greater analysis and consequently increased focus…

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    Stearns in his article, “Periodization in World History Teaching: Identifying the Big Changes,” argues that periodization in teaching world history needs to be more than it has been in the past. As it states in the title of his article, Stearns wants to identify the big changes in world history. The dilemma that Stearns attempts to fix is world history courses need for periodization to avoid a survey class. His three periodizations are expansion of technology, commercial exchange, and shifts in…

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    His social location as a person was destroyed and nothing anyone cared about. Another emotional character was Victor, who had to go through the creation of something that killed the people closest to him. The setting of Frankenstein is just the cornerstone for the story. From the setting comes the theme, the explanation of the characters, and the reasoning behind many of the problems. If the story would have been written in a different time period, or a different area of the world. Life of the…

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    Several religious movements and social movements as well as the rise of Christianity in this era, had a major effect on the world including the areas of architecture and design. The occurrence of these movements had a big impact and influence on design; The Great Schism and Protestant Reformation were some of the big movements of the late fourteenth century. These movements led to big changes in the Church doctrine that led to a mass affection in Europe. The architects respond to the changes…

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    There were many significant events that played out during the Late Medieval Time Period, and although there were several occasions when there was failure, there were several occasions of victory as well. The general atmosphere of the Late Medieval Times was as complex as present day, and was full of development. There was constant development in every aspect, including the social, political, religious, intellectual, technological, and economic aspects. The social aspect of the Late Medieval…

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    “The Chrysanthemums” by John Steinbeck examines a moment in the life of Elisa Allen, house wife and gardener. The story tells of Elisa’s experience with a traveling tinkerer who aims to earn a bit of money repairing their pots and pans. While the interaction with the man does not last long, it awakens something in Elisa that she had long put to bed. Steinbeck masterfully captures the suppressive life of an American wife in the 1930’s with realistic style. The story beings on a hazy December…

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    1. The book, The Quarter-Pie Window was written by Marianne Brandis, and is about a young girl, Emma, and her little brother, John, who just lost their family in a fire at their old barn and now must live with their newly found aunt, Mrs. McPhail, in the city. Emma has to work for her aunt at her hotel as a chamber maid, while John has to work for Mr. Blackwood at his ranch as a stable boy. Emma was expecting to work at a much higher position at the hotel but is madden by the fact that she is…

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    To communicate the truths of history is an act of hope for the future-Daisaku Ikeda. The influence of history greatly affect literature and how we view it compared to other times. By using the historical/topical theory we bring to light how the major issues, circumstances that produced it, and main aspect of the book were influenced by the time period it was wrote in. The major issue in “a streetcar named desire” is the idea of sexuality. Sexuality is defined as being a person’s sexual…

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