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  • Native American Tribe

    Native Americans By~ Amal Banani There are many Native American tribes. Each has lived a life being judged by or misunderstood by. No tribe is kindred, each has a different way to survive. Native Americans have many kindred attributes and several differences. One of the many tribes is the Inuit. The Inuit {meaning The People} live in Alaska and Northern Canada, and in Arctic areas, where the temperature is…

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  • Lambeau Leap Persuasive Essay

    Should the Lambeau Leap be banned? The Lambeau Leap began on December 26, 1993 (Chris Chase). LeRoy Butler (former Green Bay Packer) forces a fumble, picks up the ball and runs a touchdown for twenty-five yards (Chris Chase). With excitement, LeRoy Butler leaps into the arms of happy Green Bay Packer fans at Lambeau Stadium. From this moment, the tradition of The Lambeau Leap starts (Chris Chase). This tradition allows Packer fans to interact with the player who fight each and every Sunday…

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  • Sioux Tribe Compare And Contrast

    Essay Did you know that the Sioux, Haida, Inuit are three of Canada’s first people? They all have more in common than you might think. The Haida, Inuit, and the Sioux all are the same and different at the same time. The tribes all hunt, speak languages, build houses and create art. Tribes Alike Even though the Haida, Inuit, and the Sioux sound different, they have a lot of things in common. The Haida, Sioux, and Inuit all hunt. The reason hunting is common among the tribes, is…

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  • Reflection Of Reflections On Teaching And Learning

    Reflections on Teaching & Learning: Your Lesson Evaluation should include EACH of the following: Decisions about the plan • Why did you choose to use these specific teaching strategies? I felt that an inquiry-based strategy would be beneficial to the students, because I wanted to allow them to make their own hypothesis and then conduct experiments making their own observations before providing them with information and details. This allowed them to make personal connections with what they…

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  • JP Morgan Chase Case Study

    Introduction I chose the national bank JP Morgan Chase. The reason I chose this global company is because I wanted to research a topic that was a part of my major. I want to major in finance and possibly accounting then one day go into banking so I saw it fitting that I chose this company. “JPMorgan Chase & Co. is one of the oldest, largest and best-known financial institutions in the world.” (JP Morgan Chase 2016). This company goes all the way back to 1799. JP Morgan Chase operates in over…

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  • Polar Bear Research Paper

    Polar bears are a species of bear these bears have a white fur that helps hide them in their habitat. Polar bears evolved one to three million years ago from the brown or grizzly bears. They are the only bear species to be marine mammals. The Polar bears habitat is being threatened by humans and Global Warming. Because their habitats are being threatened and scientist are working to stop global warming so, the animal in North pole can be saved this including the Polar bears. Polar bears have…

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  • Timothy Treadwell Analysis

    Treadwell’s understanding of human relations to animals (specifically to bears) is that they are his soul mates and his salvation. Timothy has dedicated his life to protecting and studying the bears in the Alaskan land. The bears, he says, are inspirational, gave him a life, and they helped him become a better person (i.e. help him give up drinking). Timothy exclaims several times that he will die for the animals. Timothy behaves like the bears and lives in their territory. Perhaps, since he…

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  • Why We Should Polar Bears Be Conserved

    The polar bears are a fascinating species that are able to survive under extreme conditions that most animals would not be able to live in. By the end of the century, two-thirds of the world’s polar bear population could disappear. The polar bear population should be conserved. Polar bears are endangered due to global warming or Earth’s change in climate. Another key role in their endangerment is pollutants that are toxic and damaging to a polar bear’s body. A big cause is illegal hunting, where…

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  • Social Issues In Sports

    Chicago Bears vs. Seattle Seahawks Today the National Football League seems to be the hot bed of social issues. Every time I turn on the television another football player has struck again. Our society is run by money, power, and status. One of the monsters and leading powerhouses in our society is none other than the NFL. With all the new and growing inventions in our society, groups of men throwing, catching, running, and hitting are some of the top money makers in the world. Although,…

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  • Museum Accurator: Theodore Roosevelt

    *silence* Museum curator: Heh… well I think that’s a Teddy Bear! Wouldn’t…

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