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  • Daycare Observation Report

    playing, and talking. In Ms. Harris’ classroom, she had three, small square tables and at each table she seated four children. I sat in the back of the classroom. As those four students finished up their breakfast sausage and apple juice. I heard Ms. Harris say, “If you can hear my voice, clap two times.” After the children clapped, the room was silent. Ms. Harris proceeded with her instructions. She said to the students, “Listen up. Please go to your cubby, get yesterday’s drawing out, and bring them back to your table.” The children jumped up from their table and ran to their cubbies with their name printed on them. The students were finishing up an art assignment from the Thursday. The assignment was to draw their favorite cartoon character from the SpongeBob show. Ms. Harris and her assistant, Ms. McDaniel placed the materials needed to complete the task on each table and the children were allowed to share. I noticed materials as such: markers, crayons, colored pencils, and paper. While the students were drawing, Ms. McDaniel, played the tunes from the SpongeBob song. When the captain said, “Who lives in a pineapple under the sea?” The children yelled “SpongeBob Square pants!!!” I could tell Ms. Harris often played specific tunes in the classroom while the children were working. An hour passed, after the children finished their art work, Ms. Harris told them to place their work back into their cubby and return to their seats. After the students returned to their seats,…

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  • Defining Classic Literature

    Defining classic literature is a more complex and debated subject than one might imagine it to be. The Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines the word classic as an adjective used to show that something is the very best of its kind, an example of excellence or something that has been popular for a long period of time. The word literature also has a wide range of meanings. It can mean any written work such as a brochure, novel, article, poem, play, or booklet about a particular subject.…

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  • Creative Writing: The Book Thief Liesel Meminger

    pulled out…Extra Credit. I could relate to Abby, the main character; she couldn’t stand staying indoors and doing homework all the time. She fell so much behind on her homework that she had to complete an extra credit activity. I read well into…

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  • Compare And Differences Of Pepsi And Coca-Cola

    In this picture, we see that the artist combined small pictures to create this image of the coke bottle. Most of the celebrities are from older or classic times. Its motto is “a classic never goes out of style” which ties in every celebrity because even though they were known in the past many people still know them. The ad uses Breakfast at Tiffany’s, The Beatles, The American Flag, The Rolling Stones, Marilyn Monroe, Elvis, Baseball, Apple Pie, a Cadillac, and the famous kiss after World War…

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  • Theme Of Sin In Hawthorne's The Scarlet Letter

    Lessons Learned from The Scarlet Letter The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne is considered by many to be a classic novel. In The Scarlet Letter, Hawthorne provides his audience with a real sense of the consequences of unconfessed sin, isolation from society, and the presence of evil everywhere. Through his portrayal of the main characters, his choice of setting, and his implied moral lessons, he teaches lessons that must be learned for humans to continue living in harmony…

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  • Hockey Vs Ice Hockey

    For my comparative analysis I will be analyzing and comparing the 2014 NHL winter classic, featuring the Toronto Maple Leafs against the Detroit Red Wings. For the AFL match I will be analyzing game 7 of the 2015 AFL season featuring the North Melbourne kangaroos against Essendon bombers. Pre-game show In the NHL match, my video source does not include a full pre-game coverage show. However, the video coverage opens with both teams standing on the blue line, with each team standing on the…

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  • Persuasive Essay On College Athletes

    College athletics are huge in the United States of America; sports on a college campus help bring athletes and the student body closer together. Most states in America do not have a professional sports team and most of the state 's citizens devote themselves to their local sports team by endorsing them and purchasing various things that make them somewhat closer to the team. There is a huge issue on whether college athletes should be paid or should they just remain with the way things are…

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  • Reaction Paper About Leaving Cuba

    Cuba. It was the first time since 1999 that a major league baseball team has played a game in Cuba. On that very Rays team there is a Cuban born player by the name of Dayron Varona. He had left Cuba three years ago and it was the first time he was able to go home and see his family. Its certainly not as long as Pena’s wait to go home. But still if I had not seen my family in three years that would be three years too long for me. It also has opened up a possible opportunity for Cuban MLB…

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  • African Americans In Baseball

    When the spring season approaches, the end of one season comes to an end and another one arise. The World Baseball Classic gives fans a tease of baseball before the real season’s starts in April. The World Baseball Classic is when different countries put a team together and play each other for bragging rights. As it approaches one only must look at Team USA roster, and go down the list of names and see familiar names and faces. Based on the, The team is made up of 34-man roster, but I…

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  • Beatty And Fahrenheit 451 Comparison

    Throughout writing, authors occasionally use contrasting characters to make their story more interesting or dramatic, and this strategy is often utilized by many great authors in many classic books. They create characters with opposing views to add dimension to the novel. One of the authors that took advantage of this plan is Ray Bradbury, the author of Fahrenheit 451. During his work, he writes about his main characters, Beatty and Montag, and uses contrasting views to add interest and depth to…

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