The Long Play

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  • Child Education: Assessing And Scaffolding Make-Believe Play

    time with our family, especially with our children, to play with our children or read them a good story. Taking the Human Development class allows me to study more about children and the role of play in their growth and development. As one of the assignment, we were sent to the daycare center to observe children play. I went to One Hope United, a…

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  • Hamlet Opening Scene Analysis

    There have been many different versions of William Shakespeare’s play, Hamlet. Recreations range from plays to movies, and each one adds its own level of darkness. One recreation is the 2000 version of Hamlet starring Blair Brown, Roscoe Lee Browne, Campbell Scott, Lisa Gay Hamilton, and Jamey Sheridan, and directed by Campbell Scott and Eric Simonson. This version of Hamlet that we watched in class gives its own twist and darkness that the story needs. The opening shot of the movie is a close…

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  • Argumentative Essay: The Importance Of Youth Sports

    There are many youth activities outside of school that may not contribute to helping yourself become better. Children who play sports may have some advantages over those who do not choose to play sports. Specifically competitive youth sports that can help teach important life skills needed. The teamwork that is needed in competitive youth sports helps children interact with others. Competitive youth sports should be played by children to better help develop life skills needed to be successful…

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  • Personal Essay: Overcoming Adversity In My Life

    factors that were tied up into all of this too. One factor was that I use to be so nervous playing, that it affected my game in a negative way. Another factor that tied into this was that I never got a true opportunity to really show how I can could play and help the team. The last factor that tied into this was that I wasn’t part of the clique of players that always played and hung out with each other. All these factors affected my love for the game of basketball and I knew I had to do…

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  • The Dumb Waiter Analysis

    Samuel Beckett, who similarly used theatrical silence and long amplified pauses for a innovative effect, heavily influences Harold Pinter’s work. The objective of this essay is to define ‘Silences’ and Pinter’s uses of pauses as a theatrical technique used in the form of non verbal communication between characters of Ben and Gus in Pinter’s, The Dumb Waiter. His plays can be studied on various levels of in depth readings. The sheer complexity of his work is what conveys these different diverse…

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  • The Insanity Of Mary Girard Analysis

    For this assignment, I watched a play called “The Insanity of Mary Girard” that was performed by a UT Theatre group, Round About Players, and was shown at the SAC black box. The play revolved around a young woman named Mary Girard who is thrown into an insane asylum by her wealthy husband, Stephen Girard. In the insane asylum, she is tormented by figments of her imagination and is told that she is not to leave the insane asylum for as long as she may live. In this particular adaptation, the…

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  • Analysis: Grand Theft Auto V, Dark Souls And Counter-Strike

    of the player hopes to play a game which has nice storylines. Based on those three games, we can find that most players like to spend a long time to play GTA V or Dark Souls than Counter-Strike. Counter-Strike doesn’t have wonderful storylines. For example, the player just is a police or terrorist to kill their enemy. It is very simple and maybe you will feel boring after you play a long time. Dark Souls has a huge and complex storylines. Player need spend a long time to play this game then they…

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  • Six Flags Narrative

    really long, there was many pit stops to go get gas and other things we might need like water. The drive there took longer than I expected, there was traffic and the ride was boring, since there was nothing to do. Near my surroundings, there wasn’t much to look at, unless you were interested in looking at dirt and…

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  • Cowboys Team History

    expected when a team plays against the nation's best. Currently, there are some issues between the team's sponsors and the team. Until the sponsorship rights are worked out, they are playing in the 1300SMILEZ stadium which is also known as the Willows Sports Complex. The Cowboys' Star Players The Cowboys are more about team play than they are about stars. In fact, no single start stands out. Because of this, the team has really pulled together to enhance the tightness of their play. However,…

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  • Who's Afraid Of Virginia Wolf Analysis

    Edward Albee’s book “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Wolf?” has a revenge theme through the play. Martha and her husband George have little games they like to play throughout the play to get back at each other for stuff they have done while they have guest over. They have all different games they like to play some in favor of Martha and some in favor of George all while getting their guest involved and sometimes even getting them scared. They both bring up events from the past that till haunts them…

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