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A Personal Reflection on a Burning Desire to Become a Truck Driver (548 words, 2 pages)
On my long successful road in life, I never thought I would desire tobecome a truck driver. I once had many dreams, but when it all boileddown truck driving was my only passion. With alot on a young teenager'smind, there were many things put before me in which I had ... Read More
Shakespeare's Julius Caesar as a Reflection of Elizabethan England (1947 words, 8 pages)
Chaos! It consumes the streets of England in 1603, just as it had in Rome over fifteen hundred years earlier. The political structure of England has been analyzed since the Elizabethan Age when there were major political complications. These political tribulations, when Queen Elizabeth dies, mirrors those from the day ... Read More
Reflection on English Class (452 words, 1 pages)
The thing I liked most about this class was that we had a very good teacher to help us learn new things and some old ones Her name was Ms.Scanlin(AKA Jennifer Scanlin).The thing I didnt like so much is writing this paper because I hate finals,But all and all this ... Read More
Reflections on My Growth as a Writer (754 words, 3 pages)
English this year has allowed me to grow and flourish as a writer. The techniques and skills that I have adapted in this class will help with future writing. In the 6 writing pieces I have worked on this year including Writing Diagnostic, Writing for an Effect, Portfolio Assignment, Personal ... Read More
Reflection on Christmas Break (590 words, 2 pages)
As a child, I remember just before the last day of school I gave out presents to my teacher and a few of my friends. I always hope they like what I get them. When school is over the Christmas holiday begins. When growing up I viewed Christmas as a ... Read More
Reflection on My Writing Class (603 words, 1 pages)
This semester was what I expected it to be in terms of school and theamount of work. I do not think that my writing style did not changethat much for I am not a very good writer. Though something I didrealize about my writing was that I like to write ... Read More
A Reflection on My Experience as an Alvernia Student (700 words, 2 pages)
Education at Alvernia is very different from the education I received at in high school. While some things I am learning are the same, the ways of the teaching and the way I have to study to get my work done, has changed very much. My studying habits, the way ... Read More
Reflections on Finding My Wu Wei (483 words, 2 pages)
For the promotion of my wu wei I when into my garage with a soccer ball and began to juggle. When I first started I wasnt really thinking anything more than I need to think so I can get this paper done. But then I slowed down to where I ... Read More
A Reflection of the Future through Literature (4395 words, 14 pages)
Throughout history, humanity has struggled to lead better lives and improve their surroundings for future generations in an effort to create a perfect society. Many definitions arise on defining what a utopian society is. Within these ideas comes from one of the greatest authors who viewed the evil power science ... Read More
Critical Reflection on Education and Literacy (1041 words, 3 pages)
The pressure of high-stakes testing and other standardized assessmentmeasures dominates schools around the United States, and my school is noexception. This pressure pervades the atmosphere where I teach, which isespecially apparent when the special education teachers gather fordepartment meetings. At our department meeting this week the topic ofprogress monitoring of ... Read More
What Kind of Reflection of God Are We? (559 words, 2 pages)
The modern day Christian has become so self-absorbed it seems they have forgotten that they are representatives of God himself. If a Christian were asked what this title means, sadly, most are left floundering for an adequate answer. So, what could be causing our inability to form an appropriate response? ... Read More
A Reflection on "7C" by Jason Roberts (309 words, 1 pages)
Scar SurvivorI was very excited to read this fascinating short story by the name of7c''. I am impressed with Jason Roberts and am honored to read a weirdshort story winner. I feel comfortable reading short stories, whencharacters explain their pain and how they adapt to their injured body.I have never ... Read More
A Candid Reflection of My Character (900 words, 3 pages)
AbstractCandid Reflections is a personal diagnostic of the most influential individual in my life. This most influential individual spoken of in this piece of work is no other than Briana Janae Shockley. This will discuss my likes, dislikes, my personality, and my moral virtuosity. Candid Reflection will display the make-up ... Read More
A Reflection on Living Life at a Slower Pace (389 words, 1 pages)
Some people are always in a hurry to go places and get things done. Other people prefer to take their time and live life at a slower pace. Which do you prefer? Use specific reasons and examples to support your positionSince I was a child, others describe me as a ... Read More
A Reflection on the Illnesses of the Elderly (423 words, 2 pages)
Attending the Workshop on Aging gave me insight and knowledge that was really beneficial. A part of me felt sad when I heard about the many illnesses that affect the elderly and how much of an impact it has on ones life. Aging is a process of life that we ... Read More
A Reflection on Studying the Indigenous Environmental Studies (1542 words, 5 pages)
Introduction Before taking Indigenous Environment Studies (IES), I have already had somewhat of a bond toward nature. I did not know what it was, but I had respect toward the environment. I do not believe in any religion, but I do believe that we need the environment and not the ... Read More
A Reflection on Lifelong Learning (450 words, 2 pages)
Edward Paxton Hood stated Our whole life is an Education - we areever-learning,' every moment of time, everywhere, under allcircumstances something is being added to the stock of our previousattainments. Mind is always at work when once its operations commence.All men are learners, whatever their occupation, in the palace, in ... Read More
Reflections on the Lyrics of Katy Perry's Song Firework (946 words, 2 pages)
Katy Perrys incredible indulging song changes the feelings of children all over the world. Through her lyrics, Katy expresses what every human being has gone through in a moment of their life. Through Katys support the song transforms the lives of others and creates a turning point for them. The ... Read More
A Reflection on Converting to Islam and Wearing a Hijab (1019 words, 2 pages)
What a beautiful head scarf? This was the first question I received when I walked into my English class in the summer of 2012. Then a follow up question came instantly, Why do you wear that now? Ever since, I have started to wear my hijab (an Arabic term used ... Read More
Reflections on Discrimination and the Power of Education (3265 words, 10 pages)
As an African American mother of four children, I am constantlychallenging them on issues of race and culture. Racial inequality andinjustice are not landscaped in their mind because of the era they wereborn into. My oldest daughter Ivory has a friend in high school who isCuban. Her father is Cuban, ... Read More
Reflections on Dear Teen Me (662 words, 2 pages)
Asking John OBleary to the Sadie Hawkins dance was about so much more than getting rejected by the boy of your dreams it was about setting the pace for the rest of your life. The message that E. Kristin Anderson is trying to get across is that when you want ... Read More
Summary and Reflection on Two Adult Learning Articles (749 words, 4 pages)
Summary Adults learn in many ways, and theorists have come up with many theories of how adults learn. The articles that will be discussed are all about what theorists hypothesis are on adult learning. The first article that will be discussed is New Horizons in Adult Educations. The second article ... Read More
A Reflection on My Favorite Books in Elementary and Middle School (603 words, 2 pages)
When I was growing up and learning how to read, I was also learning how to find a nice quiet area to read. My reading area had to be perfectly set up. I would have to lay in my bunk bed with my fuzzy pink blanket wrapped around myself, tight ... Read More
A Personal Reflection on Having Faith in God (1322 words, 4 pages)
Martin Luther King, Jr. once said, Faith is taking the first step, even when you dont see the whole staircase, and I believe that is probably the best definition of faith. However, to me, faith is much more than that. I know that having faith is having knowledge that what ... Read More
A Reflection on the First Year At California State University (581 words, 2 pages)
My past year in California State University, Northridge was thebeginning of a new life a life of opportunities which were neveravailable to me before. Attending California State University,Northridge gave me opportunities such as being in a place where you areallowed to be an independent individual. College opened the door toadvance ... Read More
Reflections on Reading Body Rituals among the Nacirema (395 words, 1 pages)
Body Rituals among the NaciremaMy attitude towards reading has always been positive. My attitude is this way because my teachers have always made reading fun. In general, I like to read something that I pick out, but I will read whatever is assigned, whether I want to read it or ... Read More
Reflection on Stephen King's On Writing (596 words, 1 pages)
If there was one thing I would take with me from Stephen Kings On Writing, A Memoir of the Craft it would beIf you want to be a writer, you must do two things above all others read a lot and write a lot. (Page 145) This one sentence sparked ... Read More
A Reflection on the 11th Hour (492 words, 1 pages)
The 11th hour was a documentary about how humans were destroying the balance between human vs. nature. The documentary stated the corruptions and effects of humans using resources too fast and too much at a time. It also stated what we could do to change our ways and make the ... Read More
Reflections on My First Puppy (1879 words, 5 pages)
I'll never forget two years ago when I brought my dog Nina home. I wason my way to choose a puppy from a dog owner. In truth, I wanted toadopt a rescue of any age. However, I finally decided I wanted a dogfrom the age of a pup first because ... Read More
Reflection on Trip to New York City (1205 words, 4 pages)
For my 16th birthday I decided not to go through the hassle of throwing a large party. Instead, I decided to hang out with a few close friends. At least that was the plan, until one afternoon during some free time in my astronomy class, when I decided to randomly ... Read More
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