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    The Man with the Gifted Hands

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    a true inspiration to me and other musicians around him. I hope that Alex continues to play for many years to come and continues to do what brings him happiness. Work Cited: 1. K, Alex. Interview by Victoria L. B. The Man with The Gifted Hands. Victoria L. Bell, 16 Apr 2014. 2. "QuoteGarden." unknown. 1998. http://www.quotegarden.com/site-info.html (accessed Apr 18, 2014).

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    At the crack of dawn, the prolonged intense ringing got louder each time I snoozed my alarm clock. I had snoozing my alarm clock down to a science that it became useless, I knew the exact angle and position of the button. Now I know why my alarm clock did not work for me, but it definitely woke my family up, especially my mother. After five snoozes, my mother’s heavy stomp headed towards my room and her intensely intimidating voice scared the sleep out of me. Once i heard her coming, I would jump

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    Ben Carson: Gifted Hands

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    motivation, dedication, and his faith. Carson’s contributions to society and the welfare of others created a legacy for younger generations to follow. Works Cited “Ben.Carson.Biography”.Bio.True.NP.Web. Lewis, Gregg and Deborah S. Lewis. Gifted Hands. Grand Rapids Zander Kids, 2009. Print. Simmons, Alex. Ben Carson. Steck-Vaughnn Company, Austin: 1996. Print.

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    simply means that you should discipline your children and teach them the right way when they are young, because trying to do it when they are older might be too late for them and yourself. This quote brings out the essential meaning of the movie “Gifted Hands” as Ben’s mother pushed him to greatness while he was a child growing up in a lower-class family. It is a great and inspiration film as it brings out all the themes and current happenings today for example single parenting which is a prevalent

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    The text Gifted Hands deals with the premises of racism, achievement, and perseverance. However, racism is the most predominant theme. In order to give his readers a better understanding of his text, Carson presents what it is like to face racism and how it can affect us as individuals. Ben introduces his life and his understanding of growing up with this theme, how it put conflicts into his life and where he stands to this day as an adult. That said there are also a lot of aspects and points in

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    as a musician but as a person…a truly gifted one at that. Alex grew with up in a small town located in Pennsylvania called Bloomsburg. Alex comes from a family who is musically gifted but was the only one who ever took it seriously. From an early age, Alex being the age of eight, he and his two brothers were pushed into playing piano by their mother. After 1-2 years of playing, Alex’s siblings no longer had the want to pursue the piano. Alex on the other hand had developed an intense thirst to master

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    Ahmed Zewail Nobel Prize Winner                    709 Words A boy who was named Ahmed Zewail was born February 26, 1946 in Damanhur, the "City of Horus", only 60 km from Alexandria. He lived a good childhood in the City of Disuq, which is the home of the famous mosque, Sidi Ibrahim. He was the only son in a family of three sisters and two loving parents. His father was liked and respected by the community because he was helpful, cheerful and very much enjoyed his life. He worked for the government

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    The Power of Education in a Young Mens Life

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    life young adults and adolescents tend to be faced with many challenges that alter the out come of their adult years by either benefiting or harming it. This is evident in “The Pact,” by Drs. Sampson Davis, George Jenkins, and Rameck Hunt, and “Gifted Hands: A Ben Carson Story,” by Ben Carson. These two books are similar in multiple aspects such as: the influences, and environment the characters are exposed to; the characters goals and struggles; and the purpose for writing the books and the lesson

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    There is a reason physicians go through years of education, internships, residencies, and fellowships. If it was easy, anyone could become one. But not everyone does, because it takes a special calling. When I was 8 years old, I read Ben Carson’s “Gifted Hands”. In order to become the success he is today, Dr. Carson had to jump over hurdle after hurdle. Born into poverty and an illiterate single mother, Dr. Carson

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    text and any experiences you have had as a teacher, what do you think are the issues gifted students face as they go through school? Based from the information provided by VanTassel-Baska, et. Al. (2009), gifted and talented students face the same issues as their regular peers but they have different way of viewing these issues and it affects them differently as well. The book discussed different issues that gifted learners face and recommendations on how to address these issues were also available

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    Education

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    Education of Gifted Children Started in the 1970’s, America’s Gifted & Talented programs are used to enhance the curriculum of students included in either category in order to challenge and strengthen their unique abilities. These students are usually provided a separate class with specialized lessons in all areas and a teacher with a special degree in gifted education. I feel that it is important that the teacher was a gifted student who would know what the students must face as "above average"

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    drawing of Escher. Sometimes I feel like I'm the hand that's drawing a hand that's drawing itself. Other times I feel like I'm locked in one of those inescapable paradox cages. But most of all, I feel like I'm on the ever-ascending stairway that never goes anywhere. Life's canvas was not designed to be painted by human hands. Constrained by the limitations of space and time, crippled by the human inability to see the entire painting at once, and gifted with an uncanny lack of judgement, I smear and

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    in God according to his last letter in the Think Big acronym. Works Cited Carson, Ben. Think Big: Unleashing Your Potential for Excellence. New York: Zondervan, 2009. Print. Bergman, Jerry. Benjamin Carson: The Pediatric Neurosurgeon with Gifted Hands. Acts & Facts. 38.1(2009): 10.Print.

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    parents. In regards to gifted and talented students, there are a variety of unique effects that have been recognised and researched by academics. Having said this, most of the literature written on the topic of gifted and talented students and their relationships with their parent’s, comments on the fact that there is a severe lack of research and strategies to inform and help parents and children of affected families (Morawska, A.; Sanders, M. 2008). In the case of Australian gifted and talented children

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    of America should adopt the Michelangelo Hand as a standard prosthesis for soldiers wounded while on duty. For decades, a soldier's lost limb meant a life restricted to a wheelchair or crutches, struggling to perform the most basic daily tasks, and at the very least a discharge from active service. The hand is an important and intricate part of the human body. Made up of nerves, tendons, 27 bones, 39 muscles and 36 joints interacting immaculately, the hand allows people to handle their daily responsibilities

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    psychological welfare and academic achievements. On the other hand there are those who raise concerns as to whether, accelerating students does negatively affect them in some dimension. The aim of this paper is to give an overview of acceleration in relation to the educational setting, and to discuss the impact (both negative and positive) that acceleration has on the lives of students. I will discuss how and why students are identified as gifted and or talented, and what consequences arise from this label

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    social ability. Gifted and talented education has been included in the scope of school development plan. Besides, the school regards “to popularize and optimize gifted and talented education” as their educational concept. Thus, school teachers view each student as an unrefined gold that has tremendous potential. They devoted their effort to recognize student’s individual differences and maximize their high potential. To achieve this goal, the school identified and selected gifted students based on

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    Ben Carson and His Life

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    eye of his mother, he was able to grow up to a wonderful, God-fearing man. Ben Carson is such an inspirational person that went through so and I feel like his life story has had a very positive impact on my life. While I was reading his book, “Gifted Hands,” it made me realize how very blessed I am, compared to him and all the hardships he went through; the divorce of his parents, the bad grades in school, and a difficult life in general, he was able to become an internationally acclaimed neurosurgeon

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    Pros and Cons of Being Labeled a Gifted Child

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    Pros and Cons of Being Labeled a Gifted Child Gifted is defined as "children who give evidence of high performance capability in areas such as intellectual, artistic, creative, leadership capacity, or specific academic fields, and who require services or activities not ordinarily provided by the school in order to fully develop such capabilities. There is a biological difference between gifted kids. They have an increased cell production that will increase synaptic activity. This is what causes

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    Many people are of the opinion that special education programs for gifted children are an unnecessary burden on tightly-budgeted and under-funded school systems, but this is actually far from the truth. The gifted are perhaps the most neglected group of special needs children in almost every school district. Because many people assume that the gifted do not need extra attention, gifted programs are often the first program to be cut when budgets are reduced, but I suggest that they be the last to

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