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    Asian Champion on Ice: Michelle Kwan I was flipping through the channel one day, searching for something interesting to watch. Then I came across to a figure skating competition on TV, and I saw an Asian girl doing a triple loop. Her moves were mind-blowingly beautiful and she looked confident. It turned it was Michelle Kwan. After watching that competition, I couldn’t help doing some research on this amazing figure skater. Michelle Kwan was born on July 7, 1980 in Torrance, California. She

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    Michelle Obama once said “Real change comes from having enough comfort to be really honest and say something very uncomfortable”, and as a leader for our country she has put this thought into action, often times offering her opinion on controversial topics in order to bring forth change. For the past eight years, Michelle Obama has served diligently as the first lady of the United States. Over the course of the Obama administration, Michelle has made incredible strides in the fight against childhood

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    Michelle Obama is the wife of Barack Obama and has done great things for our country. She is the first black First Lady. In the time she has been the First Lady, she has done many great things. Michelle Obama is a great person who has done so much to help the United States. Michelle Obama’s life was influenced by her early life. Her major accomplishments and contributions to American society, including being the first black First Lady of the United States, helped her earn her place in history as

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    Michelle Obama said “You may not always have a comfortable life and you will not always be able to solve all the world 's problems at once but don 't ever underestimate the importance you can have because history has shown us that courage can be contagious and hope can take on a life of its own.” Michelle Obama born January 17, 1964, who was Raised on the South Side of Chicago, Illinois is the first lady and the wife of Barack Obama, the 44th president of the United States. Michelle is influential

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    doesn't count unless you earn it fair and square.” (BrainyQuote) Michelle Robinson Obama bravely faced the unnerving odds of being an African American lady in the 1960s to 1980s, not to mention growing up in Chicago and attending the prestigious Princeton University. Proudly raised in Chicago, the First Lady continually proves that, although she faced numerous setbacks and challenges, one can succeed in any task they are faced with. Michelle Obama, accompanied with all of her unique quirks, went through

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    is to perform a behavior due to the previous outcome (Sigelman & Rider, 2015, p. 44). Therefore, actions are learned due to different negative or positive outcomes. Michelle Obama learned from the pressure of her parents on education that success is necessary for some and occasionally it is the only way to become respected. Michelle transferred her own learning to try and teach the American children the importance of education. She learned how to set up a campaign to encourage children to focus and

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    sacrificing for, so much history yet to be made.” Some very wise words from Michelle Obama, that’s saying that we should keep fighting for what’s right even if we have to sacrifice everything to see it come to pass. MIchelle chose to support many causes such as; advocating for support for military families, encouraging healthy eating, the “Let’s Move” campaign, and learning how to connect with young people of today. Michelle has influenced many Americans by the way she holds herself up when she goes

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    Wolf Brother by Michelle Paver Six thousand years ago in Northern Europe a teenager named Torak wakes up with his shoulder throbbing in pain. His father lies next to him bleeding from an open wound. The two have been attacked by an enormous demon bear, which is bound to come back at any moment. As he bleeds out, Torak’s father can only bare to say a few more words. He says that the demon bear will only grow stronger with each kill it makes, and he also tells Torak that he has to go to the

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    'Goodnight Mr. Tom' by Michelle Magorian tells the story about a young boy who was evacuated from London in WW2. He stays with an elderly man named Mr. Tom in a town called ‘Little Weirwold’. As soon as William Beech arrives at the house, Mr. Tom soon finds out that he is from a very poor background and was badly beaten by his mother. Everything was going fine until Will's mother requests that he should return to London, as she was ill. Will did not write to Mr. Tom as he promised and that made him

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    Throughout history when the word military is said , a strong man is what comes to mind. Former first lady Michelle Obama is known for strongly believing in women being powerful and educated. She took a trip to North Africa in summer of 2016 to address gender- based issues.(Michelle Obama Biography) That does not come as a surprise since she gave her November 18 ,2009 speech Speech Honoring Women in the Military at women’s history month. She performed her speech to her audience of veterans and to

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