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    A Summary Of The Notebook The Notebook by Nicholas Sparks is a fictional romance placed in the time of the 1940’s. This story is about two young adults who have their whole lives ahead of them and shows how different family values and upbringings affect a relationship and determine the outcome. As predictable as this story is it comes with some surprises in each of the characters lives and can be very relatable to some readers. The Notebook starts off with two older people one listening and another reading a story of two young people in love. Once the story progresses it shows how Noah and Allie the two young people fall in love for a summer and once Allie leaves for the city they promise to write to each other wich comes up later in the…

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    The Notebook Comparison

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    Why I Think The Notebook is Worth Seeing Never has a film swept me away into a story like The Notebook, and never have I found a truer romance. Author Nicholas Sparks- based this movie on the relationship of his wife’s grandparents Noah and Allie. Sparks captures their love story as both Noah and Allie go through trials as a result of her parents’ displeasure of their relationship, they experienced years of separation, and other love interest. If not for their unwavering love, devotion to each…

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    Love is a sacrifice within itself. In the Notebook, by Nicholas Sparks, Noah is a man from a small town who was given nothing and had to work for everything he wanted. Noah falls in love with a women named Allie who is from a very wealthy family and is often handed anything she could think of. The love is strong but not strong enough to break the bond of Allie and her parents. Allie’s parents try to split up Noah and Allie and they succeed. When Allie’s family moves, Noah and Allie lose all…

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    Ripped Notebook Monologue

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    The entry after that, was the day he decided to drop out of High School, to disappear into nothingness, and blames everyone for his misery, vowing justice that only God himself can dole out. Yeah, there’s a scary pattern here. More pages we sifted through were mostly his talking about family, and his anger and frustration towards his former classmates, years after high school ended. There was a large gap in entries, every few weeks he would start his dark bible verses, then every few months,…

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    My Notebook Artifact

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    Notebooks are just pieces of paper with words scrawled all over them, right? Wrong, journals are the physical manifestation of one’s soul. My notebook is a cultural artifact I share with very many people around the world for a common goal: to express and understand myself. People have used a physical medium to express themselves since 40,000 years ago using cave walls to paint (Waldman 1). It’s a no-brainer that people continue to do so today. But why? What’s the significance of personal…

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    This is an extremely gripping film set in the 1940's in South Carolina when a poor man, Noah Calhoun, falls for Allie Hamilton, a wealthy young woman. This film explores the theme of love and the importance of setting. In my opinion, an important theme in the film "The Notebook", directed by Nick Cassavetes and based off the well known novel of the same name, is Love. This is the most prevailing theme throughout the film. Even though Allie and Noah are faced with many difficulties, their love…

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    vital importance in my for good classroom management. When students know what is expected of them daily, their actions and behaviors reflect this in a positive manner. Students enter the room at the beginning of the class. They fill out their planners for the classes they have during the day. All of the assignments for my classroom are already on the board. We take Lunch count, attendance, and listen to the Daily Announcements. After we have completed this, we start with a daily problem from the…

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    hog hunting, cave exploring, and late night conversations. Overall the most influential objects in the story are The Mansion, his notebook/pencil, and his phone. The Mansion is detrimental to the plot and character developement of all three adolescents. Colin and Hassan whilst on their road trip have the uncanny luck to stumble upon their to-be benefactor; Hollis. Hollis is Lindsey's mother and is incredulously wealthy. She lives in an opulent and expansive house, and opens her home to Colin…

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    Elsa Pardo Dance Center

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    Pardo was able to interact with her students face-to-face. As I observed the class I focused on the various ways in which the teacher communicated with her students. Before the class commenced, the dancers were already warming up and stretching, preparing for their instructor. When Mrs. Pardo walked in, she organized her stereo equipment, her notebooks, and the students took that as a cue to take their places at the barre. The class consisted of Mrs. Pardo’s dance lessons, written in her…

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    there is no need for laptops as the lectures are often discussion oriented rather than simply being fact oriented. This requires undivided attention of which laptops tend to interrupt due to their very distractive nature. In addition, using laptops to write notes do not necessarily enforce the learning process. The tactile nature of writing notes, highlighting important points with markers, etc. generally help students with better grasp the subject material compared to those who use laptops in…

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