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Inspiration in Speech
By , Laplace, LA
In Speech in the Virginia Convention, Patrick Henry used restatement and repetition in order to make his speech compelling and persuasive. The rhetorical device of restatement makes the ideas Henry talks about more memorable and significant.... (more »)
Subsection: Academic Writing  
English 11H with Mrs. Stein-Jackter This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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When asked who their “favorite” teacher is, most students describe the teacher with easy exams and the least homework. I enjoy the classes that challenge me the most because the more work I put in, the more I can take out of a... (more »)
Subsection: Educator of the Year Articles  
Sight
By , gilbert, AZ
The young believe in fate, and sometimes the old, but what happens when you die without fulfilling your soul? This is why I believe in wasted souls. Everyone has a dream. Even if that dream diverges from their fate set out to be. Yet... (more »)
Subsection: Personal Experience Articles  
What McDonald's Apple Pie Means to Me
Juice box in hand, I panted loudly as I was secured into my Bratz themed car-seat by my mother. Having come back from my then favorite pastime, gymnastics, I was unusually animated, even after two hours of cartwheels and handstands. Clunky... (more »)
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Educator of the Year This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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Throughout my life, I’ve had to pleasure of being a student to a plethora of phenomenal teachers. Once I reached seventh grade, I really started making connections with all of my teachers, both inside and outside of the classroom. My... (more »)
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A Teacher's Job
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What is a teacher’s job? Through my english class, I find the answer, mirrored in how Mrs. Stein-Jackter works to bring out my success, and everyone’s success. A teacher’s job is only fulfilled when the students want to learn, when the... (more »)
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Sight
By , gilbert, AZ
The young believe in fate, and sometimes the old, but what happens when you die without fulfilling your soul? This is why I believe in wasted souls. Everyone has a dream. Even if that dream diverges from their fate set out to be. Yet... (more »)
Subsection: Personal Experience Articles  
The Festival "Around the World"
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Travelling is also a good decision. During travel you familiarize with cultures and traditions of other countries, meet new friends from another edge of our planet, try national food and learn how other people live. Everybody likes travelling.... (more »)
Subsection: Travel & Culture Articles  
The Darkness Is Parting
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We keep walking through life with an untold story, like a middle name that we are all afraid to share. The class of triumph is a victory of beating the odds of all the people who told us we couldn't do it. When they pushed us down and caused us... (more »)
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School Security: What’s Wrong with it?
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Security in an educational environment is crucial to the safety of students. A school, for example, should be a safe and comfortable environment at all times with multiple guardians and protectors of the children. However, in the 21st-century... (more »)
Subsection: Academic Writing  
The Art of Japanese Tea
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In Japan, tea is a huge part of the culture.  Not only is it served by hosts as a polite gesture to welcome guests into the home, but there are entire ceremonies surrounding the art of Japanese tea and entire families that pass on the art... (more »)
Subsection: Travel & Culture Articles  
The Truth Behind Superheroes
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Have you ever met a real, living super hero-- like the ones in the movies? Have you ever met someone who just seemed like nothing could ever hurt or stop them at all? To me, a superhero is courageous, kind, and strong-- mentally and... (more »)
Subsection: Heroes Articles  
The Trip to Vietnam
By , Amery, WI
I moved from Vietnam to the United States about three years ago. That may seem like a long time, but for me, it feels only a like couple months. Vietnam is a country in South East Asia, it is a small country but there are about 90 million... (more »)
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The Truth
By , Deer Park, WI
January 20th, 1966             After seeing the Vietnam War televised for years, it made me want to join. I’m 17 years old just a normal teen. I tried to enlist in the Navy,... (more »)
Subsection: Interviews  
Breaking Chains
By , Amery, WI
How Do You Grieve? Losing a loved one can really bring many people down and just make you feel out of it.  It may also cause some people to want to harm themselves if they feel like it is their fault.  Everyone should know that... (more »)
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Empire State of Mind
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So much to see and so much to do! New York City has such a flourish of tourist attractions and activities. This can be the reason why some people are so attracted to the city of lights and skyscrapers, but I love the city for a different reason.... (more »)
Subsection: Travel & Culture Articles  
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