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    High School Graduation

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    families have being involved in the graduation. In both of the readings the pupils have a great sense of pride; however the pride is in different things. In Maya Angelou’s “Graduation,” Angelou’s pride is in her no absences, no tardies, and her academic work. Angelou has worked extremely hard to achieve the thing that she has and that is what makes her proud. She was proud of the fact that she could say the preamble to the Constitution faster than Bailey. On the other hand is Sally Poker Sash in

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    My Happiest Experience

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    For thirteen long years, I imagined the stature and freedom of being a high school graduate. Every scenario I had created in my mind about my future was beyond this point of restraint that kept me from being a true adult. As far as I was concerned, in the last months of my high school career, graduating was the end game. I could practically feel the seals on my diploma and visualize the Old English font, I had never built up an event so much before. The only thing keeping me from moving forward with

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    SUPER NIGHTWEARS Nothing excites the relaxation of one sleeping within the privacy of their homes like putting on comfy sleepwear. We all have preferences when it comes to personal effects especially sleepwear we use daily since it provides us with a freedom to move around before we get to bed and enjoy our rest. At alwayspersonal, an embodiment of the most current and authentic family wears from personalized boxer shorts to personalized dressing gowns while seeking to cultivate a comfortable, relating

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    Reflection Of Culture

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    What is culture? How can anyone define this simple word, which elaborates so much? According to Dictionary, culture is “the quality in a person or society that arises from a concern for what is regarded as excellent in arts, letters, manners, scholarly pursuits, etc.” Now, after examining this definition, how might individuals depict their own form of culture within society? What elements could be used to display one or few personal moments in their lives, which held such meaning? Directing these

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    I had no fight left in me. All I could do was to let death overcome me. I looked up to the stars and tried to find something. Anything. But there was nothing. The bright stars that were light years away could do nothing to save me. I was insignificant and would never be found. I closed my eyes, never planning to open them again. And then I heard the horn. Little pieces of colored paper exploded from the can, covering the carpeted floor. My sister rushed to the record player and turned it on

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    Summer Vacation After graduating high school my friends Kenadee, MaryKaitLyn, Madison, and I had planned a trip to go to Panama City Beach. The only way our parents would allow us to go is if they went with us; Kenadee and Mary’s moms went and promised us it would be like they wasn’t even there, but to save money we all stayed in the same room. We knew it was going to be crowded because a lot of other graduates would there too, Panama is like party central. None of us had ever been to a legit party

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    Graduation Speech

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    Good evening, ladies and gentlemen. On behalf of the 2012 graduating class of County High School, I would like to welcome you to our commencement ceremony. As valedictorian of this class I would like to speak to you, and my fellow graduates about responsibility, but first I would like to tell you a little story D.L. Moody told the story of a passenger on an Atlantic steamer who lay in his bunk during a raging storm with a severe case of sea sickness. Suddenly he heard the cry, "Man overboard." "May

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    for the festivities. The coming of graduation is shown as a proud day, and holds a sunny future for the narrator and her classmates, "My class was wearing butter yellow pique dresses...the lemony cloth...embroidered raised daisies" (835) and "My dress fitted perfectly...everyone said I looked like a sunbeam in it" (837), all these images of warm colors, flowers and butterflies, were scattered throughout the beginning of the work, and contribute to the high spirits and overall happy mood of the day

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    students are unprepared academically for entry into college. As a result, the majority of students are in remedial courses instead of their core curriculum “method” courses. This causes enrollment in the core “method” courses to be low. A result of the academic unpreparedness is the increased length of time it takes students to meet the basic math and English requirements to be eligible to take the state licensure exam. • Faculty in the education department, offer excuses for the low enrollment and decreased

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    Graduation Night

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    Graduation Night I had been waiting for this evening to come for four years. In a few hours it came and went, but it was an important time in my life. Graduation night was the end of one life and the beginning of a new life with different problems, worries and joys. My family was there, excited and cheering for me because I had made it. I was in a classroom getting ready for the walk onto the field and thinking that I had finally reached the one night that would end high school life and

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