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    Catsica Research Paper

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    not want to delete them. Catsica was going downhill. Janae texted in the groups less and Sara and Jaelynn had more direct texts with each other. The many groups were becoming more and more of a problem. One night, Sara and Jalynn began going through groups and deciding if they could be deleted. Eventually, they realized what they had been calling Catsica was not the original group! They soon found the true Catsica with the original birthday party pictures. They then saw that the first ever text in Catsica was a picture of Jaelynn in the upstairs hallway at the birthday party. One summer day, Jaelynn and Sara asked Janae to vote in the Catsica Summer Awards. When she refused, Jaelynn and Sara became fed up with her uncatsica like behavior and threatened to remove her from Catsica. After she still refused, Sara removed her from all of the groups. As it was impossible to remove her from the groups, because only Sara and Jaelynn would be left and two people can't be a group, they were forced to quickly choose a new Catsica member. They decided to add in Frances. Frances was happy to be in the groups and Jaelynn and Sara thought that they made a good choice in choosing her to join. The word "Jnae" was used to describe "uncatsica" like people, named after Janae. "Jnaement" is the word for being removed from Catsica. These words have many different ways of being used. Over the summer, planning began for the one year anniversary of Catsica. They decided that Sara's…

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    Textual Analysis In Texts

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    The purpose of textual analysis is to describe the content, structure, and functions of the messages contained in texts. (Frey, L., Botan, C., & Kreps, G., 1999). Textual analysis of a screenplay requires observing all the elements that create meaning within the piece. Based on true events 99 Homes skilfully tells one fictional story that speaks for thousands of true ones. (Persall, 2015) It tells the story of Dennis (Andrew Garfield) an unemployed single dad that loses his house where he…

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    Robert, and don’t bluster again, because it isn’t any use”(Anouilh10). Anouilh does a good job at portraying the sassy tone of Joan’s personality here. The reader sees that Joan is not just a girl who is to be pushed around. Instead, she is strong-headed and sassy to get her way. In these examples of Anouilh’s depiction of Joan, it is recognized that he is telling the story of Joan in which she is a woman of desire, flirt, and sass. The Trial of Joan of Arc is a text written about the…

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    The complex nature of discovery is best explored both in and through a text in order to receive a more sustained understanding of the concept. The two approaches are closely linked and, as a result, complement each other to quite a large extent. James Bradley’s novel Wrack and Raymond Carver’s short story So Much Water So Close to Home (So Much Water) contrast the effects of the process of deliberate discoveries evoked by necessity with sudden physical discoveries on an individual’s…

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    Knowledge and Ideas cluster includes three informational text standards and two literature standards. The language in the informational text standards discusses students being able to draw from multiple sources to solve problems and to integrate knowledge from two or more texts on the same topic to write or speak about that topic knowledgeably (Cluster 3, n.d.). The last standard in informational text requires students to understand how an author uses reasons and evidence to support points made…

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    Greater Humor Through Differentiation Have you ever started reading a book, or a text, or an article, or any piece, and feel like you cannot put it away to undertake regular chores? Well, a text that elicits humor can significantly catch people’s attention and create great interests. The following two essays, “Neat People vs. Sloppy People” by Suzanne Britt and “Batting Clean-Up and Striking Out” by Dave Barry, in fact, stimulate immense humor. They can leave readers with prolonged giggling.…

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    “I refused to fail. I was smart. I was arrogant. I was lucky.” The impact of this quote tells us how he knew he was smart, and lucky. The young indians were thought of to be dumb, and were treated differently, but he stood up, he knew he was smart, he knew that being able to read and being able to have an education made him lucky. The meaning of the quote is very similar to the explanation, because what the quote is saying is that he knew that he was all those things. No one had to tell him that…

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    because of who they are and things they cannot help. We have come a long way but are still not where we should be at with the issue. People are being refused services because of their nationality, sexual orientation, and many other things that are out of that individuals control. It is ridiculous that even now in 2017 people are being discriminated against and are not given equal rights because of the person they are. In Lakewood, Colorado, about five years, a gay couple who were about to get…

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    CAT Sc Case Study

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    On 01/16/17, consumer refused his dinner, stating that the dialysis treatment “makes him feel that way.” The consumer was advised on several occasions about walking shirtless around the house but ignores staff. On 01/16/17 and 01/17/17, Mr. Brown was incontinent, he was assisted with shower. Staff found a new pack of cigarette in his pocket. Mr. Brown was prompted to take shower on 01/17/17, 01/18/17 and 01/19/17, to which he complied. The consumer refused his dinner on 01/17/17 and also on…

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    of finding Christ, I see that it has many similarities to Campbell’s Hero’s Journey. My journey of coming to know Christ is much like Joseph Campbell’s Hero’s Journey because I left from my ordinary world to go into the special world, I refused to take on my adventure, and I found out my ordeal, and what would happen if I didn’t surrender my life to Christ. My journey of coming to know Christ is like the hero’s journey because I left from my ordinary world to go into a new special world. My…

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