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    Cultural Reflection Paper

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    attention more so than others, especially the younger kids! I have had numerous occasions where a girl or boy had decided they were hurt and literally nothing happened, or they try to distract other peers while in the middle of instructions or lessons. Again, I had to learn how to be firm, which is something I was not good at before, and I definitely still have a long way to go. Thirdly, I learned these kids seriously just need all the love you can possibly give them! They really just want to have a relationship with you and they want to play. I found that the more I actually engaged the kids and played with them the more fun I had. I think the best feeling I had was when one of the girls I had taught a game to the previous week, saw me standing at the check-in table, ran up and hugged my waist and asked if we could play the game again and that she wanted to teach some of her new friends. This was super impactful, and my heart could not have gone out to her more in that…

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    Head rocking back and forth, legs in the air making a scissor like resemblance as they moved back and forth to the beat of the music. The lyrics running in and out as they pass through on the CD that was inserted into my (CD player at home). I could imagine her dance moves in my head as the words ran through. “Tell me, Tell me, Tell me, Something I don 't know, Something I don 't know, Something I don 't know” I sang along like I was facing millions of people at a concert and as if I were her,…

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    Creative Writing: Jealousy

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    “Ray-Ray! Watch where you are going!” yelled Kalia, the popular, obnoxious girl who despised me with every part of her nonexistent soul. I continued walking, slipping my earbuds into my ears in order to hinder the sound of her constant tremors.The yells behind me intensified and I began to run, apart from my lack of physical endurance or stamina.I was the victim of their constant harassment, and my mind could not help wonder why. Was it jealousy? Envy, perhaps? But the question was what was…

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    Child Tell Me Reflection

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    As I have grown older I have gained a greater appreciation for my own mother and commend her for raising three very confident and self-sufficient women. However, the confidence my own parents instilled is sometimes the thing that makes it difficult for me to be able to put myself in others shoes. As I read the excerpt, “What Should You Say When Your Child Tells You Someone Is Being Mean to Them?” I realized that the advice I have always given the same advice that always worked for me, does not…

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    Tell Me By Joan Bauer

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    In the marvelous world of literature “Tell Me” is a wonderful heartfelt story.“Tell Me” by Joan Bauer is about a girl and her yellow scrunchie with the ambition and bravery to find a little girl. “Tell Me” is written in a third person point of view, so hint by hint you figure out the mystery. This book is fiction, but it’s very suspenseful and sorrowful a real page turner. This is a 300 page book. The main character in “Tell Me” would be Anna McConnell. Twelve year old Anna lives in…

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    I Have Something to Tell You I have something to tell you so listen closely. When you hear this story you will have to relearn everything you know. You will always have to watch your back. If you want to live a peaceful innocent life you should stop reading(noun) this. No, i'm serious, just pick up a book about unicorns or ponies or something. Alright, since you want to ruin your life go right ahead, keep reading(noun). Let me tell the story from the start, that is if you still want…

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    It is still benign but his eyes are indifferent. Looking nowhere in particular, they convey a sense of detachment, participating not even in the worshipper’s travails. ‘Tell me Siddhartha, why are you so indifferent? Have you grown weary of your seekers? I remember your last words—be light unto yourself—and they come in hordes seeking guidance from you. They unburden themselves before you and then leave.’ ‘I am sure you must have become tired of your worshippers. Listening to their problems…

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    1. Demi Lovato – “Tell Me You Love Me”. I have been following Demi Lovato since I was in middle school. She was always my favorite on Disney Channel because I was able to relate with her so much. She has gone through a lot in her life including being bullied, doing drugs, and suffering from an eating disorder. However, the older she has gotten the more in control of her life and self-confidence has grown. This last album shows me exactly how she has gotten her life together. She is unapologetic…

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    Tell-Them Not To Kill Me

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    I think that “Tell them Not to Kill Me” was one of the most interesting stories we have read. It is not really confusing but I think that it is open to different interpretations. The story started with Juvencio begging his son Justino to tell the sergeant not to kill him. At first you may feel sorry for Juvencio but soon after the pity starts to disappear. Justino do not want to tell the sergeant not to kill his father because then they will know that he is Juvencio’s son and he may possibly be…

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    Tell Me A Joke Analysis

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    Tell Me A Joke Paper Question: Why did President Obama get two terms? Answer: Because every black man gets a longer sentence, (Laugh Factory). A stereotype is a rigid, oversimplified, often exaggerated belief that is applied both to an entire social category of people and to each individual within it. Stereotypes form the basis for prejudice, which in turn is used to justify discrimination and attitudes. They can be positive as well as negative, (Lane, 2016). In reference to the joke stated…

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