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    This past November, the world shifted. For some, that feels like a good thing--they see things in our world that frighten or disgust them and believe that huge changes are needed to set us back on the right course. For others, it feels just the opposite--this new world looks like a dark, dangerous place that threatens to undo much of the progress that has been made. Whichever side of the political divide you find yourself on, one thing is certain: the times, they are a changin’. Children are feeling

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    1. Introduction Literature connects with the imagination of the child in a deep and profound manner, challenging them to question the world around them, making connections to their own lives, allowing them to become independent and critical thinkers. The Irish Primary Language Curriculum views children as “communicators, readers, writers and thinkers” (Department of Education and Skills, 2016, p.26) and encourages us as teachers to foster and develop these skills during processes of exploration

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    The film Two Cars, One night directed by Taika Waititi and the children’s book, Where the Wild Things Are written and illustrated by Maurice Sendak, explore two key concepts of the human condition, characterised by the growth from immaturity to maturity and its contribution to the developing of relationships. In Two Cars, One Night, the gap in-between the cars represent a battleground between two forts, with insults such as “Hey ugly, ugly girl” and “Hey dick, I mean boy” thrown to and fro yet

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    Literacy Learner

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    Morris, D. (2008). Diagnosis and correction of reading problems. New York: Guilford Press. Siegle, D. (2004). The merging of literacy and technology in the 21st century: A bonus for gifted education. Gifted Child Today, 27(2), 32–35. Sendak, M, 1963. Where the Wild Things Are. Tompkins, G. E. (2010). Literacy for the 21st century: A balanced approach (5th ed.). Boston: Allyn & Bacon. U.S. Department of Education. (n.d.). IES what works clearinghouse

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    Fantasy and Science Fiction The books I surveyed in the fantasy category are “Where the Wild Things Are” by, Maurice Sendak, “Zack’s Alligator Goes to School” by Shirley Mozelle, “Clifford the Big Red Dog” by Norman Birdwell. The most special book out of these three was, “Zack’s Alligator Goes to School” by Shirley Mozelle is a fantastic book for school aged children. This book is about an alligator named Bridgette that a student named Jack brings to school for show and tell. The peculiar thing about

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    Death Penalty Essay

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    Notably the death penalty is a subject at matter that has American citizens utterly divided. While a fair amount of people are for it, many believe that it should just be abolished entirely. The death penalty is looked at as a severe and unfair punishment, but what about those fallen victims who faced severe and unfair brutal deaths? I believe the death penalty should remain in place because it is the ultimate warning for other criminals, is made to suit the crime committed, and provides the family

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    Social Networking and Human Relationships

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    Social networks have always been part of evolutionary behaviour. From the combination of cells to create a microorganism to homosapiens (BOOK GLOBAL BRAIN) who working together as a hunting team. (SOURCE STAR SUCKERS FILM). Fast forward to the 21st century and online social communities (social networking sites or SNS) such as chat rooms and member based communities have quickly become part of our everyday lives. Social networks are a highly complex web of interaction which consists of family, friends

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    Theraphy: Self-Intake Analysis

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    Self-Intake Analysis When clients’ disclose concerns of sexual problems in the relationship therapists must take several factors into consideration including begin the process is to have the client(s) fill out a sex-intake analysis that can provide important data regarding multigenerational family myths regarding sex, potential biological factors, sexual history, traumas, and cultural issues. The collective data assists the therapist to engage other professionals that may be needed to properly diagnose

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    ESSAY

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    calls co-operatively achieved success, a concept that lies at the foundations of learning and development. For Vyg... ... middle of paper ... ...ues Nation, New York: Routledge. Pascoli, G. (1907), Giovanni Pascoli: Pensieri e discorsi. Bologna. Sendak, M. (1963), Where the Wild Things Are, Harper & Row. Simon, N. (2010), The Participatory Museum, Santa Cruz: Museum 2.0. Star Spangled Banner, available at: http://www.rollingstone.com/music/song-stories/star-spangled-banner-jimi-hendrix, Accessed

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    “One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish.” These were the words from one of the greatest authors of all time, Dr. Seuss, that sprouted the enjoyment of reading. I was a young lad when I first started looking at words, and although I could not understand them, I knew they had some significant meaning to them. Reading played a huge role in my life, and it all started when my mom read books to me as a baby, when I first read a book for myself, and, of course, when I was required to read at school.

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