Creative Writing

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  • Primary School Teacher Case Study

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    Mr. Kanamori is a 4th grade primary school teacher in Kanazawa. Japan. This person is amazing. He teaches children not only how to math, read or write, he also gives them lessons about happy life. He understands it’s necessary to live a full life with all various features and therefore he teaches children how to live a happy life and care for other people. There is a tradition in Mr. Kinamori’s class. Every day in a homeroom 3 students read aloud the letters they have written. ‘Notebook letters’

  • Essay On Value Of Communication

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    The Value of Communication Communication plays a vital role in our everyday lives. Whether at home, school, or work individuals find themselves communicating on a daily basis. The process of developing an idea to a listener, and the listener processing that information is a significant occurrence. Without communication amongst our peers or perhaps ourselves, an individual would not be able to make sense of situations which occur around us. Communication occurs in our everyday lives, at home with

  • 'The Maker's Eye: Revising Your Own Manuscripts'

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    Eye: Revising Your Own Manuscripts”, Murray describes the very detailed process of revision; explaining how a writer should use their own reading ability and voice to revise their own work, and how that writer should be able to step away from their writing and read it though another’s eye. Murray (945) goes on to explain how this process can differ from a student to a professional writer. This allows us to understand the detail a writer must take into consideration when reviewing their own work. Including

  • Pros And Cons Of Referencing

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    include references. When writing a piece of work and using some other researcher’s words or ideas you must have to reference their used work properly. That means you need to include comprehensive information on all sources consulted mutually within your written text and at the end of your research work. For research work referencing is very important to successful research. Referencing helps the reader to find the original source if they want to get in detail. It develops your writing skills and adds strength

  • Nathaniel Hawthorne: The Father Of American Literature

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    in Europe. His writing helped America in shaping its identity and hence he was given the title of being the father of American Literature. There always existed some superstitious facts in his stories. He used romanticism quite often in his works and never showed his characters to be fake. He portrayed his characters naturally and displayed their flaws as well. The love for nature is expressed well in all his writings. He also had a great sense of humor which outshined his writing. Despite being profoundly

  • The Long Song Analysis

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    tell us when certain events happened, and it might tell us certain angles to those events. What history does not tell us are the interesting and exiting stories that were kept silenced. This is a main theme in Andrea Levy’s reflecting essay “The writing of The long song”, publicised in 2010. In the essay we hear how Andrea Levy got her motivation and inspiration to her book “The long song”. She stumbles upon the idea, when she hears a young woman asking; how she could be proud of her ancestors,

  • Mary Rowlandson's Captivity By The Native Indians

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    Author Mary Rowlandson wrote a narrative describing her captivity by the native Indians during 1670s. Her book then published in 1774. She organized her thoughts by grouping them into various “removes” which was her displacements with the Indians. The overall structure flows chronologically from the first remove to the twentieth one. Before she jumpstarted to the first remove, she gave a brief introduction of how it began. Upon close reading her texts, I will divide the analysis into four main components

  • Pediatric Nursing Skills

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    Knowledge: A pediatric should be able to obtain and recall knowledge about the physical, intellectual, emotional and development of the certain patient the pediatric is required to know all of these to ensure a correct treatment for the patient. Observation: Observation skills range from noticing a person’s appearance and behaviour. This is useful because it enables the pediatric to ensure they are careful and are looking out for signs of abuse to ensure the welfare of the patient. For example,

  • Virtual Communication Barriers

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    2. Main barriers in Setting Up a Virtual Organization Three most important categories can be emphasized: leadership issues, technological aspect and establishing efficient communication. Leadership Leading in the virtual environment poses challenges to those accustomed to traditional work groups in functional organizations. Virtual program and project management demands a new approach that requires an evaluation of the advantages and disadvantages of nontraditional work and the leadership competencies

  • Stone Dreams Critical Analysis

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    Deleuze gives an explanation of deterritorialization with the term; “impossibility of not writing” and it signifies that writing the ideas in a language that is both familiar and unfamiliar. According to the description of minor literature, the work that belongs to it should be consist of the political elements which have a collective value. Even though Mamedov’s