Creative Writing

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  • Warung West Java Case Study

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    I. Background Warung West Java is the Post Program Activity (PPA) that give the information about not only populer traditional culinary from each regency or city in West Java, but also unpopuler cullinary too. The main equipment of Warung West Java implementation is website or social media, such as twitter, facebook, instagram, etc. The ide of Warung West Java based on perspective that West Java Province as a part of Indonesia is known as an archipelago with various culture artifacts such as traditional

  • Essay On Teaching Technology

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    Technology is moving at an incredible rate and its presence is ever increasing in classrooms around the world. As a result, this technology is having a direct impact on methodologies and philosophies of teachers in second language learning. Technology is paramount in today’s society and is especially prevalent amongst the younger generation, who are quick to embrace the technology. This paper examines how teachers and students can adopt and use technology as a tool to assist with learning and to

  • Heterosexualism In Society

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    Woolf asserts that patriarchal culture was responsible for the economic, intellectual and artistic impoverishment of women. She stresses the fact that women should have more space within the social structures to realize their creative potential. She contends that the limited achievements of women in the field of arts are due to lack of opportunities, money, education and privacy and also due to domestic servitude, demands of motherhood, male hostility and above all, the absence

  • Wakanda Film Analysis

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    one hand, the writing flowed from scene to scene, taking the characters to the very present culture in the form of expressions, memes, humor and high notions of futuristic technology. Although the writing delivered clear cut characters and a relatively smooth and round storyline, on the other hand, there were

  • Romanticism In The Romantic Period

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    in France and elsewhere, it is known as the Romantic Movement or Romantic Revival • Writers of the time thought of them self as free spirits that wrote of the imaginative truth within them self, and repudiated the aristocratic way of life. • The creative imagination occupied the centre of Romantic views of art Writers and texts: William Blake: Songs of Innocence, Lewis: Tales of Terror Jane Austen: Sense and Sensibility Complementary information: The Romantic period was filled with historical

  • PDP Skills Audit

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    I should use presentation tools for example Microsoft Power point regularly to enhance my presentation skills. I require to increase the quality of my written communication skills like writing formal letters, reports, etc. I feel the necessity to change the way I write like using long sentences and should refine my vocabulary style. Delegation 2 Strengths: I am good in guiding and motivating my staff. Before delegating work to others, I

  • Roethke Poetry Analysis

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    forever. Toward the end of his life, Roethke’s life had been taken over by the manic depression. Along with this, he also began to suffer alcoholism, and periods of manic excitement. Although he suffered, he continued to write, and truly believed his writing was good. Theodore Roethke suddenly died of a heart attack in Seattle in 1963, while at a swimming party with friends. But at the end of his life, Roethke personally believed he was a happy

  • Literature Review: A Critical Review Of Related Literature

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    CHAPTER - II CRITICAL REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE 2.1 Introduction A review of literature is a description of the existing research that is significant and relevant to a particular topic. The term “review” means “revision” or “glance over” or “refer back on”. Every piece of ongoing research needs to be connected with the work already done, to attain an overall relevance and purpose. A literature review gives an overview of the field of inquiry: what has already been said on the topic, who the key

  • The Critique Of Stephen King's The Shining

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    their time in Connecticut and Indiana. King returned to Maine with his mother and brother. Where he graduated from Lisbon High School in 1966. King remained nearby his home for college, attending the University of Maine at Orono. He participated in writing for the schools newspaper and student council. While, in school King published his first short story, appearing in Starling Mystery Stories. In 1970, he graduated with a degree in english. He had trouble finding a position as a teacher but, in late

  • Holland's Theory Of Career Development

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    make choice from among the many occupation available in our society. Career development is also the total assemblage of psychological, sociological, educational, physical, and choice factors that discipline the shape of the career of the individuals over the life span (Patton & McMahon, 2014). Content theories refers to influence on the career development which are either intrinsic to individual’s or emanate form from within the context in which one lives. All together individual influences have