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  • Mr Keating's Teaching Philosophy
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    Movie: Dead Poet's Society - The Dead Poet That Killed Himself The movie Dead Poet's Society raises an interesting question: When educating teen-a gers, is it better to use the school's policy of Tradition, Honor, Discipline, and Excellence or Mr. Keating's philosophy of care diam (seize the day)? Mr. Keating believed that people should 'suck the marrow out of life' and live like a free thinking person even at the young age of seventeen. Centuries of teaching experience prove Mr. Keating is wron...
  • Educated Woman Neo
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    Harry 1 Alterations: Comparing the Changes Caused by Marriage of the two Bessie Head Short Stories, "Life" and "Snapshots of a Wedding " Marriage is the union of two people, traditionally husband and wife. Traditional also are the roles that women play when confined in a marriage. When a woman has had the opportunity to educate herself pass tradition and has been use to a fast-paced modern lifestyle, this role of the wife might prove to be quite onerous to mold to. Usually a time of joy, celebra...
  • Chang Yu I
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    Chang Yu-i's Struggle With Identity Are you are confused as to where you are going in life? Do you sometimes feel like you just do not know who you are, or who you want to be? Do not worry, this is not uncommon. In fact, according to psychoanalyst Erik Erickson (1902-1994), most young people ages fifteen to twenty years of age feel the same way. Erickson, a psychoanalytic theorist, took the human life cycle and categorized it into eight stages. One such stage would be identity versus role-confus...
  • Educated Hulga
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    "Never let your schooling get in the way of your education" -Mark Twain "Good Country People", by Flannery OConnor, presents us with a look into the monotonous lives of three women living together on a rural farm. All three women are set in their old-fashioned ways, having experienced very little of life, out on the farm. A bible salesman named Manley Pointer, appearing like nothing more than simple, "good country people" (1), pays them a visit one day. It turns out that this simple country boy ...
  • Illiterate's Physical Health
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    It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it. Aristotle's point is that once we have been educated, through schools or our parents, we have the choice to accept or decline different ideas. Perhaps the most important aspect of education is learning to read and write. Literacy is the basis of education and yet not everyone has luck of being literate. In Jonathan Kozol's The Human Cost of an Illiterate Society the author discusses the ways in which illit...
  • Better Judgments And Opinions
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    I found the critical thinking inventory very interesting and informative. I will go into detail in the following paper as to why I came to this conclusion. I did take the survey and analyze all of my answers prior to writing this paper. I feel that doing so has given me a greater perspective on my thoughts and beliefs. Starting at he top I feel that my mother and father where by far the greatest influence in my life. They have accomplished this by always being good role models and setting high s...
  • Hobby
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    Hobbies Hobbies differ like tastes. If you have chosen a hobby according to your character and taste you are lucky because your life becomes more interesting. Hobbies are divided into four large classes: doing things, making things, collecting things and learning things. The most popular of all hobby groups is doing things. It includes a wide variety of activites, everything from gardening to travelling and from chess to volleyball. Gardening is one of the oldest of man's hobbies. It's a well-kn...
  • My Experiences At Gateway
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    My experiences at Gateway have not been necessarily good ones, but are valid lessons for life. Certain experiences gave me different impressions on life and people, from not being told the whole truth to being forced into classes that I don't need. It shows me how people do for themselves and really don't care about my well being. Yes Gateway has given me some good aspects toward life, but has provided them through cruel and harsh methods. I have taken all the negativity, hardships and turned th...

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