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    A lot of the time the brain will come up with bizarre and far-fetched ideas and scenarios when it is idle. When thinking about this essay my mind was no different. What if I could influence the behavior of a person for my benefit or entertainment? Perhaps I could help someone by getting in their head and helping them out of a bad situation. The possibilities of such an ability would be endless, dangerous and fascinating. In reality, there are many forms of psychological manipulation available and

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    Shot Types

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    Descriptive: Form Description One of the main contrasts of form in this piece is the shot type. Shot types are important to the composition of the video because they give the work a sense of variety. This piece uses extreme close up, wide shot, medium shot, two shot, as well as multiple camera angles. Extreme close ups are used in this piece to focus on an important aspect of the video. Close up shots fill the entire composition in order to focus on one main scene intensely. A wide shot is used

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    get walked on by their students or they are not assertive enough so they do not crack down on them. Some are aggressive and mean and therefore scare their students and still do not get any respect. If teachers can have a heart for their job and subject, have a balanced of lenience and strictness, are encouraging, can be engaging, and a positive role model then they can be an effective teacher and still be cool. First, when reading the essay “Me Talk Pretty One Day” the way he depicted his teacher

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    it is this shouting that maintains the flow of the market. This simple representation of the importance of business that I experienced in just a fragment of the market indulged me in its worth . Since then I developed a certain curiosity for this subject and its facets. For instance one of my favorite pastimes is evaluating advertisements and comparing them to competition. My favorite example of this past time is the new Nokia Lumia ads which by mocking the conflict between Samsung and Apple, insist

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    Today people fall in love with many things about a person. These things can be viewed through many media, weblogs being one of them. No matter what the blog is dealing with, there are many factors that can determine its popularity. Bigfishgames.com is an example of an interesting blog, interesting in the sense that it is full of personality, content and also attractive qualities. The Weblog reeks of authenticity and realism. These are qualities that are not easily found online. Having an intimate

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    Rereading Atwood's Surfacing The class touched on a multitude of different subjects during the class time for the second discussion of the novel, Surfacing. These discussions were much deeper than the previous one, asking questions on motivation and symbolism rather than plot and language. Two of the most popular subjects were characterization and the validity of the narrator and the information she gives the reader. Other topics were discussed including religion, the bird motif that has

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    sleep rem

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    putting these 20 individuals through a series of test and trials. Dement did this by a series of awakenings through the course of sleep. He would monitor his subjects in another room by hooking up electronic devices to the patients muscles located around their eyes. The purpose of the electronic devices was to be able to wake up the subjects in two different periods. One being eye movement and the other no eye movement. He would then wake them up and ask if they could remember their dream. According

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    Agreement with conjoined subjects Agreement is complicated with subjects consisting of conjoined NPs. In VSO word order, the verb agrees only with the first conjunct. Which means that, the NP in VSO is given a check feature of the first conjunct. Then the coordination template checks for this feature. If it is found the whole conjunction is given the same features as the first conjunct (Attia.2010). كتبت البنت والولد الرسالة Katabat albintu w-alwaladu

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    Standardized Testing

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    This system of testing currently used is based on academic standards. These academic standards are clearly written expectations of what every child should know and be able to do at specific grade levels. They usually only test the core school subjects such as math, science, language arts, and social studies. For example, 'in Wisconsin, the standards were written for English/Language Arts, Math, Social Studies and Science at the 4th, 8th, and 12th grade levels' ('Standards and Assessments Q&A')

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    The Rape of a Nation By bowing down to the needs of his subjects, a king allows others to dictate his actions and hence compromises the essence of his power. Paradoxically, failing to heed the desires of his subjects transforms a king into a self-indulgent tyrant and propels his kingdom towards ruin and decay. Can a sovereign rule his subjects without considering their general welfare? If a king rules unconscionably, do his subjects have the right to replace him? William Shakespeare's Richard

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