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    Was the Battle of Point Pleasant the Fist real battle of the Revolutionary War? In the late 1700s this lovely land of ours that we now call Point Pleasant, West Virginia was still being explored. This area was luxurious hunting ground for the many Native American tribes that resided in the area. Point Pleasant was a wonderful place for recourses that the Shawnees needed, such as the river. the river in its self provided food, water, and transportation. The native Americans loved this land. When the white man started to invade and take over there land. the Shawnee had to do something to try to save and protect there land from the new settlers. This is what all started the battle of Point Pleasant. On October 10th 1774 Andrew Lewis took around 1,100 men to battle with him to defeat the tribes lead my Chief Cornstalk. at the end of the battle 230 Native Americans were killed and about 50 Virginians. Many people believe that this bloody battle of Point Pleasant was actually the first battle of the Revolutionary War. People believe that if the Shawnee was not took from there power of the land and won the battle, they may have became allies with the British. In that alternate history if they would have became allies the British could have won…

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    date. After finding the percentage, the students graphed their percentage on a chart. This provided the students with a visual tool of the progress they were making, or conversely, the need for improvement. ROLE OF THE SOCIAL WORKER The role of the social worker when working with the children in the attendance group is ensuring that the children are having their basic needs met. Many families within Point Pleasant Borough are homeless. As a result, these families are residing in low-income…

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    These past three years I've been involved with the Point Pleasant Black Knight Marching Band continue to be the most incredible three years of my life. I've met many of my close friends through band and I would consider many of them my family. We will always be so much more than just a band and every tear, drop of sweat and bruise quickly becomes worth it. I learned many life lessons from my family. They stick by my side through the worst and best times of my life and I'm so exceptionally lucky…

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    Pullman, a ten-year-old kid living in New York City, was conceived with a facial deformation that has made it troublesome for him to make companions. He lives with his folks, his more seasoned sister By means of, and his puppy Daisy. He has been self-taught up until the fifth grade, however his folks have concluded that it is the ideal opportunity for him to go to a genuine school. They select him in Beecher Prepare, an area non-public school, and take him to meet the key, Mr. Tushman. While…

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    Across many cultures, a snake is believed to be deceptive largely on a great influence from the bible. The first analogy I think associated with this is the snake in the grass. This “is someone who pretends to be your friend while secretly things to harm you” (Thefreedictionary.com). At one point or another in life, we lose a friend, it might be due to loss of communication, death, or it might be because they turn out to be as fraudulent as snakes are made to be in the previous analogy. Losing a…

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    The Other Wes Moore Life

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    My parents emphasized education over everything which instilled within me a love of learning that I still have today. “‘We will do what others expect of us,’ Wes said. ‘If they expect us to graduate, we will graduate. If they expect us to get a job, we will get a job. If they expect us to go to jail, then that’s where we will end up too. At some point you lose control’” (126). In my opinion, I thought that this quote itself embodied what the author was trying to get the reader to understand…

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    messages. This is adding to a greater whole in Facebook’s case because it is talking to every user of the site. Not just to a certain post, but to future posts and any other that has been seen on the site as well. Pathos is where it really hits you because of the dagger; it is an indication to what it feels like to like a post/comment that is bashing someone or a group for that matter. People underestimate the power of social media and its influences. Likes/Comments and posts hurt just as much…

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    data points, but in lives changed and career paths altered. Having students look up…

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    Unknowingly, it was a clever way to introduce the points he makes later in the speech. There was no thesis directly stated, however the entire speech was about techniques he used when working at the school in Pakistan and everyday interactions. Dr. Laker had three main points which he explains then shares examples of. Since the speech is about personal spirituality, it tended to be subjective. The concepts were clear but the purposes will change from one audience member to another. Dr. Laker…

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