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    Reflection On Tina Housers

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    After rereading Tina Housers’ book and identified which principles were my strengths and my weaknesses, I took the time to carefully think over and pray about these four principles. The principles in the book that I found to be strengths of mine included: laughs and participates as a team player. The two principles I found in the book that I need to improve on were; pointing others to Jesus and administrates meetings efficiently. The first strength that I believe will help me once I begin my ministry is laughs. This is strength of mine because I work best whenever I am able to do work but have fun doing it at the same time. As a leader my hope would be to make the working environment enjoyable for the people. I would try to make sure that…

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    Pointing Fingers Facing The Invisible Audience During the 1950s, the United States evolved from a stable country to a nation filled with terror and suspicion. This unfortunate event took place, by the cause of a senator named Joseph McCarthy. He, who had the power to express a convincing speech, convincingly shared accusatory confessions to the public relating to people, in the government, following communism beliefs. This lead to Arthur Miller writing the play The Crucible, because many people,…

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    School Of Athens Essay

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    Within Raphael’s masterpiece The School of Athens Aristotle is depicted with his hand flat out towards the horizon while Plato is pointing up towards the sky, but had Raphael added Stephen Wolfram to the painting, where would his hand be pointing? Although Wolfram does have some ideas that do align with Plato’s beliefs, his hand, like Aristotle’s, would be pointing out. It is necessary to understand why each of the two natural philosophers are pointing in the direction they are. Due to the…

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    1. Pointing words like this and that are used in text to point to a thought or refer back to a previous thought that was already stated. Its a way to connect parts of your argument by using pointing words such as "this and that". The pointing word "that" is used in the first paragraph when he says "the machines that keep us alive, and the machines that make the machines, are all directly or indirectly dependent upon coal". He uses "that" to state a idea he`s about to make and connect both the…

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    • lack of other gestures – besides pointing and showing, 12 month old children should also be reaching to be picked up, waving, and shaking their head (for “no”). • lack of shared enjoyment – shared enjoyment refers to a child’s desire to interact with others, just for the sake of connecting. Child rarely smiles or laughs when playing with a caregiver, this is a red flag for autism. • repetitive actions or movements - like flapping hands repetitively. Some typically-developing babies do these…

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    In the short story “The Minister's Black Veil” by Nathaniel Hawthorne, it can be inferred that Mr.Hooper is giving the lesson to both his community and the reader that before pointing fingers at others, people should consider their own sins. Everyone in Milford is talking about Mr. Hooper and his veil, but no one is thinking about mentioning their own secret sins. They freely without even really noticing gossip about the endless possibilities of the sins Mr. Hooper has committed while not ones…

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    that is child friendly. “From a basic office setting for working with children, it is helpful to have floor space and a large tablet and drawing tools like crayons or markers” (Adler-Tapia, 2008, p. 39). The authors are pointing out that when working with children it is important to have a room that is kid friendly. In addition, having a room that allows a child to be creative is important to the therapeutic process. Some therapist might have a hard time doing EMDR on children because they have…

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    Poster Of Uncle Sam

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    This poster sends out a message on personal bases, Uncle Sam have his finger pointing and eye contact is being made, it seems like wherever you are in the crowd the message is meant for you. Although, this finger pointing and eye contact is intimidating, it works for most people because many of the young men and civilians are getting prepared for war. Uncle Sam poster represents the patriotism, due to the outfit and hat that he is wearing. The outfit is designed as the American flag, the hat…

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    get it fixed.” He said while pointing to the sign bummed. “Is there a place you can take it to get it fixed?” “Uh, Thompson says he knows a place.” “Because we have one that needs to be fixed too. It’s a Bass one.” “Yeah this one I don’t know what happened to it. I think I’ll bring over and have them redo it.” As he was making hand motions describing the sign. “Yeah I like that one because it’s old school.” “Yeah the old Budweiser then that one behind you. Turn that one on. See…

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    recruited 26 children with validated ADHD diagnoses and 18 who were developing typically and served as controls. The research was conducted at the MIND Institute in Sacramento, Calif. The participants were between the ages of 10 years and 17 years when the study was conducted. The participants' movements were measured by affixing a device to their ankles that measured their level of activity while completing a "flanker test" that requires good attention and the ability to inhibit paying…

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