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  • Rubber Soul: The Beatles

    From March 1963 to August of 1965, The Beatles released five albums, seemingly unheard of now in popular music; five albums that were heavily influenced by artists such as Chuck Berry and Little Richard. On these albums, rather than focusing on lyrical depth, the group focused on simple song structures and catchy choruses; classic, traditional boyband music. However, in December of 1965, with the release of Rubber Soul, The Beatles released their first cohesive record, as well as their first album that explored deeper lyrical themes and instrumental experimentation (such as the sitar on the track “Norwegian Wood”). While Rubber Soul was largely folk-based, the 1966 album Revolver saw the group push the pop envelope even further, writing songs…

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  • City Hunter Analysis

    Jakkraphat Singraksatrakul My Video Share (City Hunter) Communication Principle has many ways and in groups of meaning. First Communication is Irreversible which means that of what you say you cannot rewind it back. Another definition that the Russian proverb said that “Once a word goes out of your mouth, you can never swallow it again”. In real life situation, mostly this principle can apply to a young lover that love each other but then soon break up each other. This may cause by having them…

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  • Personal Narrative: To Make A Cube

    My life, although be it short, has been full of experiences that have sculpted and molded me into the man I am today. I have been given the task to make a cube that makes a collage of my past, present, future, family, and things I enjoy. The goal of this project is to make a cube that acts as a summarization of my life thus far, my goals, and my aspirations. I found pictures and words which I believe best describe me and the phases of my life. Each side of the cube tells a story, which I…

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  • Live River Analysis

    Range Analysis Introduction This paper analyzes the appropriateness of the text Live River (a short story consists of 1428 running words) for students who have mastered the most frequent 2000 words, but have not reached higher levels. Apart from that, modifications based on the data from “Vocabprofiler” are given in order to reach the 98% text coverage or more, so that students can get ideal comprehension. “Vocabprofiler” (Cobb, 2002), a software for lexical text analysis, classifies the words…

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  • Reading Comprehension Strategies Analysis

    What does reading comprehension mean? Reading comprehension is an intentional, active, interactive process that occurs before, during and after a person reads a particular piece of writing. (, 2008-2016) Therefore, simply put, to comprehend reading a person is making sense out of the information they are given. In schools teachers use strategies to help students learn the necessary concepts they need to graduate. Some of the strategies that teachers use are summarized below…

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  • Unit 2 Instructional Strategies

    Please list and describe 2 instructional strategies you can use to improve Emma’s reading fluency. 1. Word accuracy comes before speed. To work on word accuracy the teacher can practice word work and phrase work with Emma to build her fluency and help her read and recognize words. The phrases can be part of the reading passages that are being worked on to help her read the passage more fluently and work towards automaticity. 2. Instruction on morphological awareness and semantic mapping.…

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  • Thirsty Definition Essay

    Imagine a girl at a party coming up to all of the guys there and trying to get with them. The guys at the party would call the girl thirsty. Currently in our culture according to urban dictionary thirsty means “someone who will do anything for attention including sexual favors.” The word thirsty have evolved in the meaning from when it originated to now. The origin for the word thirsty came from Middle English as the word thirst. Thirst according to is a “sensation of dryness in…

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  • Write An Argumentative Essay On Syrian Refugees

    In 2011, a war broke out in Syria. And it is still being fought today. This war has taken a toll on the lives of so many, forcing millions of people to flee the country in search of a new home. Three main countries have helped immensely in taking in refugees- Turkey, Jordan, and Lebanon. Each of these countries has taken in a large portion of the refugees and provided them with a home, but the resources of them all are running low and they are having a hard time maintaining economic stability.…

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  • Hills Like White Elephants Literary Analysis Essay

    In Timothy D. O’Brien’s criticism of Ernest Hemmingway’s “Hills Like White Elephants,” he concentrates mainly on how allusion and word play contribute to the central conflict of the short story. The story mainly consists of the dialogue between the American and Jig. The choice of the nickname Jig, along with the repetition of certain words such as “know” and “fine” stood out to me while reading the story. In addition to the word choice, the train never comes at the end of the story, leaving it…

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  • Personal Narrative: So Mote It Be

    So Mote It Be I got the word incorrect because I had no clue as to what it really meant. I was unable to know the true meaning to the word, but it goes way beyond just knowing a word you have to understand and really know how to use it correctly in order to understand where it comes from. I am thanking or asking for help in some way. It is the thought of something in which I want it to be done. It is important to believe that it will be done the way you want it to be done, if I want it done I…

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