Worcester State College

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  • Pros And Cons Of Cell Phones In School

    Look around signs everywhere “NO CELL PHONES” “NO CELL PHONES” But what about in the classroom? Should we be able to use them for educational purposes? Well...cell phones kind of have a bad reputation,Schools have no problem buying other electronics that are not phones. They will buy chromebooks and tablets,but we can’t get over the idea of bringing cell phones into the classroom environment. Lately more schools are getting use to the idea of having them in the classroom. More people need to get…

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  • Academic Cheating And Student Plagiarism Analysis

    Ethics” and “Studies Find More Students Cheating, with High Achievers No Exception” by Richard Perez-Pena both centralize their articles on the causes behind the cheating epidemic in higher education. This is a worthy topic for college students to discuss because college is the point in students’ education where they are the most desperate to maintain high grades in order to receive their degree in the shortest amount of time. While both authors believe that cheating is a colossal issue, they…

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  • Personal Narrative: My First Saturday In Dance

    I have been dancing for as long as I can remember. Of course, I don’t actually remember the first time I performed on stage, but my mom has pictures of me in a pink leotard and a grass hula skirt for proof. The first time I remember dancing was when I was around five years old, in tap class, learning a move called the coffee grinder. I remember looking in the mirrors as I swung my leg around and jaggedly jumped over it multiple times before I could get the move down. I felt super proud of myself…

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  • Jimmy In Oryx And Crake

    In high school, Susan had always been a slacker as a popular girl she never had many people depending on her as she depended on people. Until a group project, she had a project which would account for half of her grade in class and each student in the group had sections to finish, on their own. For the first time in her life others depended on her to finish her part of the project or she would be accountable for the other people’s poor grade in the class and she can not handle the pressure.…

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  • Teacher Absenteeism: The Case Of The Cobb County School District

    Finlayson, Mary, "The Impact of Teacher Absenteeism on Student Performance: The Case of the Cobb County School District" (2009). Dissertations, Theses and Capstone Projects. 4. In this article, Finlayson examines the impact that teacher absenteeism has on the Cobb County School district. Moreover, the article examined several factors that were affected by teacher absenteeism. These factors include the financial impact that this is having on the district’s finances. More importantly, it examines…

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  • Buddhism In Korea

    I understand the importance of family as it plays a major role in my life. I respect my elders and hardly question them. It wasn’t until I began my studies at UNLV did I begin to question some of the things I have been thought. Born in the United States, I see myself as an equal and know that I am no better and no worse than anyone based on my race, gender, income, and or education. I have lived a conservative lifestyle for many years, though recently as I have gotten older I have enjoyed…

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  • My Trip To College-Personal Narrative

    I can't believe I am already going to college, it seems like it was just last week I started high school. I got accepted to UCLA and I'm so happy because of it which means I am finally moving out. The only thing that sucks is that I get on a long flight from Pearland, Texas to Los Angeles. As I finished packing everything I needed My mom yelled out for me to come outside. We put all of my suitcases in the trunk of the car and I said my final goodbyes to my younger siblings Ana and Jay. Mom and…

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  • Narrative Essay On Longboard Accident

    The Longboard failed me. In the summer before fifth grade, I lived in a hidden neighborhood, which was surrounded with a crowd of trees. The neighborhood had one entrance with a mile long paved road. It was fun to ride my bike and scooter there without worrying about our safety. We had a couple of rules that we had to follow if we wanted to continue to play outside. Play safe, especially using our safety gears, don't go into other houses unless mom is okay with it, don't talk to strangers, and…

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  • Unit 6 Business Plan

    Task 1 : We will organise with the school a career evening event to be able to give possible ideas to the students as to what they may want to do in the future. We will have speakers that will talk about their work experience and what they do, to give the students an idea of a particular job. The event will also promote IB CP to inform them of the new programme as the students will see that BTEC students organised the event. It's important for ecolint to make their students think already of…

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  • Personal Narrative-Snowdrop

    Snowdrop 1998. “…Certainly, since I was a child, I wasn’t particularly healthy…” But even so, I went to school. During summer vacation, I played outside until my skin was tanned dark. June, middle school. The day after we ordered swimsuits. That was the first time I was admitted to hospital. Just before the first semester midterms, a day where the rain that started to fall felt awfully cold. In the midst of that pure white sky of the rainy season, in the beginning, everyone from school came to…

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