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    Real World Theme

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    What is the real world, are our opinions truly are own? These questions are raised in the song “Real World” by the All-American Rejects. The song begins with the writers saying that many people simply go throughout life in a dream like daze. The writers then goes onto the second verse where it is stated that many people simply believe whatever they told and and in doing so slip away from reality. In the third verse the writers portrays that there is still hope for those who are fooled and that while there is darkness, you are not alone. Next the writers mention that the past is the past and that we can only go forward. Then the writers then goes on to portray that when people find out that which they do not wish to be reality they reject the truth and in so doing reject themselves.…

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    MTV: The Development of Real World Real World is a reality television show that was launched after a documentary series, An American Family, aired in 1973 on the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS). According to Wikipedia, there are currently 32 seasons and 591 episodes. The first episode aired in 1992 and new episodes continue to be broadcasted, which makes Real World the longest-running program on MTV. In addition to this, the show is also said to be the longest-running reality series in history…

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    The world is dealing with so many tragedies; it is headed into a post-apocalyptic status and the next step after that would be extinction. Knowing the government, they are trying to grasp onto the little bit of this we have left, however this means they have to take drastic measures. Since it is year 2213 our technology has advanced a significant amount, giving people the opportunity to live in a virtual reality world, but living in this world would mean I would have to give up my actual life.…

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    cobwebs and shadows. There was never light and so sometimes, I used to light candles to look at what is outside. I had always wished to go outside in the real world, and go into the society. But, I did not know how other people lived there. And how would I survive in the real world? I don’t know how much time I have lived in this place, but I think it is now the time, I should go and experience the life outside the horrible place, where I had…

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    Awakening into the reality that is “the real world” can be rough and turbulent. Adolescents go through significant phases in their journey of figuring out who they are and how they fit into the fabric of everyday life. The first one being the naive phase; this is where we believe we know everything there is to know. This is the stagnant phase where we cannot see change and think about forever in the most literal sense. Second is the turbulent phase; where we find ourselves rebelling to anything…

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    Real World Scenarios

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    How will students apply the learning to real world situations? Students will be able to apply the learning to real world situations by being able to construct viable sentence structures that share and elicit information from and to others with whom they engage with in conversation. They will be able to provide additional and relevant information so as to paraphrase their ideas with the learned content. By meeting the learning objectives of syntax and cohesion, the students will decrease the…

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    Real World Inventory

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    Summary: Inventory basics are a company’s merchandise, raw materials, and finished and unfinished products that have not yet been sold. Real world inventory scenarios are not ideal; time is required to produce and deliver products, and customers’ wait is limited. Ideal environments are digital products, services provided. Inventory is measured in days of inventory (amount of inventory divided by average daily demand). This is easily an understood model. Inventory turns are 365 days of…

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    A Real World Hero

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    Not all heroes wear capes. Some heroes wear stethoscopes or even normal clothes. Real-world heroes blend in with normal people just like you and me. The thing that separates us is their call to duty and their brave instincts to help others. It takes hard work and dedication to become a real hero. Not everyone has what it takes, but those that do sure do deliver. Gender, age, and even race doesn't determine your qualification to become a real-world hero. Real world heroes save people and…

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    bloodlines. Similarly, surrogates in the world are payed for their part and this fulfills the wishes of many families. Another correlation that can be found between the two is that surrogacy is mainly for those that can afford it. On the other hand, in the novel, innocent girls are taken away from their families to serve and exploited, as the unknown truth is that childbirth kills them. In the real world, surrogates may survive, but does exploit women. In many places, especially in Western…

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    Adding on to the idea of real world experience. I spoke with Billy Willson, a former engineering students at Kansas State University. Billy completed the first semester of college with a spectacular 4.0 GPA. Billy believes that colleges do not benefit the students enough. Stating “You are being put thousands into debt to learn things you will never even use. Wasting 4 years of your life to be stuck at a pay check that grows slower than the rate of inflation. Paying $200 for a $6 textbook. Being…

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