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    speaks of seasons as if it were a human. Wall’s are blockages used to isolate a human beings wants and feelings. Privacy should be respected by all although offensiveness was not intended by either neighbor. The speaker’s logic was that the wall blocking the properties were absurd. The essential purpose of the poem is the desire by one neighbor to have a better relationship with the other neighbor. There was one wall that blocked everything; houses, yards, and properties. The wall was not actually

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    which Shaw so wittily scribed could not have been depicted more clearly than through Ken MacDonald’s set design. In particular, MacDonald’s design renditions of Christian symbolism became further pronounced when combined with director Morris Panych’s blocking choices and Shaw’s text. There exist several references in the Bible suggesting a theme of left versus right holding significance within the Christian faith. The right side is generally symbolized as the side of good and righteousness, whilst the

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    Bandwidth

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    peak use periods and during a time while many abusers were online attempting to watch movies, television shows and other non-school sites blocking became very restrictive in order to stabilize our connection. Most schools block all multimedia websites such as You Tube as a means to manage bandwidth. I honestly hope we don’t have to institute that level of blocking again, but it is certainly a possibility, especially if abuse or overuse becomes apparent once again.

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    Internet Saftey

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    children to be using the Internet. Parents strive to find ways to keep their children safe while using the Internet and there are several ways you can do that right at home by protecting your children, having the computer in a high traffic place, and blocking websites. First of all, a great way to start protecting your children is to have a computer in a high traffic area in the house where children can be observed. Children need to be safe at all times while using the Internet. By having a computer

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    Philosophy of Literature

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    students to interpret written material, as well as engaging their interest in the literature being taught. Poetry Alive! also gives students the opportunity to learn and apply dramatic terms, such as: stage right, stage left, downstage, prop setting, blocking, directing, etc. The last method that seems to be highly effective in teaching literature is having teacher lectures followed by class discussions. This method may stand to be traditional, much like the test or the quiz, but still is highly effective

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    Life is But a Stage...

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    points in the show I took on other roles. . . in Act Two I played the minister at the wedding, which was a background character and not very distinct. Then, with fairly short notice I took on the role of Joe the undertaker in Act Three. I learned the blocking and the lines quickly, but my problem was that I had to change into Joe right on-stage, and just after my favorite Stage Manager speech. I decided to use a few simple physical traits to help get into character. First I buttoned my shirt, which in

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    Assessment of Blood Brothers. Paper 1 unit 2 'Blood Brouthers' when we first was told about the play I did not know what it was about, I had heard of it before but I had never seen or read any of the play. Then we were told the basic story of the play and the playwright's history: · The play was set in the early 1970 · It was written by the playwright Billy Russell · There have been two different versions of the play scripts that have been written by Billy Russell, one being the

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    Blocking & Filtering

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    Supreme Court majority decision, Reno v. ACLU (June 26, 1997) Blocking and filtering software for the Internet is one of the most hotly debated topics regarding free speech and the Internet. Many have criticized blocking software for being both under and over inclusive, and others have argued that blocking software should not be used at all in public institutions such as libraries and schools. On the other side, supporters of blocking software claim that is a legitimate method to regulate access

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    Let Every

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    Every play inhabits a world of its own and Let Every Tongue Confess by Marcus Gardley is no different. A successful production of a play has to effectively communicate to the audience the world that the play occupies. Let Every Tongue Confess is situated in a realm that relies on elements of magical realism. It is the job of the production team to come together and to discover the inner workings of the play so as to extract this inner-world and turn it into a concrete world for the audience to perceive

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    Reflection Essay

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    In freshman seminar, I learned so much that could help me out with any class in college, with maybe the exception of science. I acquired the knowledge of how to write a self-evaluation, a biography, and a resume. Critiquing myself in a self-evaluation is better than trying to watch myself in the mirror and fix my mistakes on the spot. Taking the time to write out notes and learn as I go helps me remember what areas I need to improve in. Even though I gained an excessive amount of knowledge from freshman

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