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    Procedural Approach Versus The ADDIE Model Similarities Between Both ISD Curriculum approaches significantly influences a teacher 's value and the nature of learning for a student in the classroom (Coleman, 2015). Moreover, curriculum methods provide educators with the skills to developing creative, useful curriculum that is building a better discernment of a subject matter or a stronger connection across fields in everyday life. According to Marsh and Willis (2007) all learning is arranged and

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    Addie Bundren in William Faulkner’s As I Lay Dying Woman is the source and sustainer of virtue and also a prime source of evil. She can be either; because she is, as man is not, always a little beyond good and evil. With her powerful natural drive and her instinct for the concrete and personal, she does not need to agonize over her decisions. There is no code for her to master, no initiation for her to undergo. For this reason she has access to a wisdom which is veiled from

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    A Feminist Perspective of Addie Bundren of Faulkner's As I Lay Dying Addie Bundren of William Faulkner's As I Lay Dying has often been characterized as an unnatural, loveless, cold mother whose demands drive her family on a miserable trek to bury her body in Jefferson. For a feminist understanding of Addie, we have to move outside the traditional patriarchal definitions of "womanhood" or "motherhood" that demand selflessness from others, blame mothers for all familial dysfunction, and only lead

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    When first reading As I Lay Dying, Addie became more of a main character than just a character mentioned. One would have not expected that this book takes place in a patriarchal world. When Addie passed away, she had one section that took place in the center of the book out of fifty-nine sections. During this time, mothers were specifically to blame for familial dysfunctions (Wannamaker). Wannamaker agrees, “Addie Bundren of William Faulkner’s As I Laying has often been characterized as an unnatural

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    comes right after his mother Addie’s death. Frightened, he runs out of the house and tries to rationalize what has just happened. He describes his earlier chore of gutting and chopping up a fish in the yard and then directly relates this experience to Addie: “If I jump off the porch I will be where the fish was, and it all cut up into not-fish now. I can hear the bed and her face and them and I can feel the floor shake when he walks on it that came and did it” (53-54). Here, Vardaman is confused as to

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    he was beginning to show the signs of a hump. Addie comments on this in her chapter. She asked him if he had any womenfolks to make him stand up straight. There is not much background about Anse’s childhood or what it was like for him growing up but one can assume that his father and he share some similar traits. By the time he asked Addie to marry him, he was living on his own small farm alone. Anse has a shy side to him. He drove past Addie’s school teaching job several times before

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    breaks a sweat again. Anse becomes lazy, and turns Addie into a baby factory in order to have children to do all the work. Addie is inbittered by this, and is never the same. Anse is begrudging of everything. Even the cost of a doctor for his dying wife seems money better spent on false teeth to him. "I never sent for you" Anse says "I take you to witness I never sent for you" (37) he repeats trying to avoid a doctor's fee. Before she dies Addie requests to be buried in Jefferson. When she does,

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    The acronym "ADDIE" stands for Analyze, Design, Develop, Implement, and Evaluate. The skill I am going to use is how to change the oil in a vehicle. This is because the oil in our vehicles is the most important thing for the vehicle to function properly and without it the vehicle’s engine will lock up and will have to be replaced which is very costly. So the first step in an “ADDIE” model is analyze. This is the step for designing the course, which will be taught. This is the “big picture” of the

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    with the “reality” of what was happening was with Cora and Darl. “He did not answer. He just stood and looked at his dying mother, his heart too full for words.” This is how Cora views Darl, as a kind and loving son, the private favourite and love of Addie. Darl however, appears to be indifferent to his mother and the three dollar load. Everyone else knows that Jewel is, in fact, the favourite child; this makes the characters unreliable in relaying the actual events to the reader. Each monologue is “clouded”

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    “Riches is nothing in the face of the Lord, for He can see into the heart.” (7) Cora also believed it right for people to suffer; seeing it as their “mortal lot” (159). However, this deep faith is also blinding to Cora. Cora is blind to the fact that Addie has an understanding of sin and salvation and “right” beyond the mere words that she uses. Cora mistakes Addie’s lack of faith for vanity and pride, and gets down on her knees in hopes of rescuing her from the clutches of damnation (160). Addie’s

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