A Bad Case of Stripes, by David Shannon, is a story about a young girl named Camilla Cream, who loves lima beans. She keeps this hidden from her classmates out of fear of what others might think of her. On the first day of school, Camilla wakes up and discovers she is completely covered in rainbow stripes. Throughout the story, Camilla’s skin begins to take on the appearance of everything people says she has. For example, someone says “checkerboards” and her skin develops a checkerboard patten.
On the days when you use drugs or alcohol do you usually have three drinks/doses or more? (pg.5) These are one of the question Allison answers while taking a quiz out of a magazine at her daughter Eloise's doctors office waiting room. As she answers she is making excuses in her head as to why she would take two vicodins and a percocet. Thinking about if those pills would count as a single dose. They call them back to a room where Eloise
Helen Keller, a spoiled six-year-old child, lost her sight and vision when she was six months old. Annie, a teacher for the blind, comes to educate Helen, but soon finds out that teaching her is much harder than she thought. In this play, Annie displays persistence to overcome her hardships. One example of this is when Annie teaches Helen to eat from her own plate with a spoon. Although this task requires a lot of struggling and wrestling, it pays off, and at the end, Helen learns basic table manners.
Bechdel asserts herself as part of a larger conversation by looking at different readings from story books, psychology books, etc. Then from what I noticed from the different text that have been highlighted in white behind the red page, it seems it’s trying to reference herself, mother, and father. For example, on pg. 151, when she’s describing the work of a forty-seven year old women and how she kept a diary about her analysis with Winnicott. It started mentioning that having a dairy was a form of an image of her own psyche, and it how it a way to start anew or in their case beginning to embrace their ‘True Self.’
Which led Parris to call the local physician, William Griggs, and diagnosed the girls of bewitchment. Other young girls in the community began to exhibit similar symptoms, including Ann Putnam Jr., Mercy Lewis, Elizabeth Hubbard, Mary Walcott and Mary Warren. Pressured to explain what or who had caused their behavior, the girls named three Village women as witches. One named was Tituba, the Rev. Parris ' slave, who had enthralled many local girls with fortune-telling in her master 's kitchen.
The first example in Everyday Use of how class affects the perceived appropriate use is how other characters react compared to Dee, when she asks to take the Butter Churner Top (333), a Dasher (334) and her grandmother’s quilt (334). After Dee asks for the Butter Churner
* Grammar police: a patient was suffering from a spell of anxiety, and was instructed by his therapist to drink a cup of decaffeinated tea after a hot bath. When he returned for an evaluation a few weeks later, he was asked if he had followed the prescription. “I tried every day, without success. Never got to the tea...could not finish drinking the bath.” * Beauticians: Mabel the hairdresser asked Sadie how she was able to keep her skin so smooth and wrinkle-free at her advanced age. “I take a milk bath once a week,” she said.
Task: Our task was to create a two course meal for our case study (a 25 year old, pregnant women, in her second trimester, expecting twins and has a lactose intolerance) and demonstrate our understanding of her nutritional requirements to aid the growth and development of the child. Decisions Made: We made a wise decision in our action plan to research the nutrients a mother needs during her pregnancy (they include; Vitamin A, Beta Carotene, Vitamin D, E, C, Thiamine/B1 , Riboflavin/B2, Niacin/B3, Pyridoxine/B6, Folic Acid/Folate, Calcium, Iron, Protein and Zinc) regarding her dietary need (lactose intolerance), to help her twins grow and develop. This decision was beneficial as it helped us to know what nutrients/ingredients we needed to supply in our two course
"I use this knowledge with every single character, but one example is Melissa, a teenage girl in Lost & Found. She was struggling with anorexia and was successful at keeping it a secret until Rocky arrived on Peaks Island. I worked with hundreds of girls with eating disorders over the last 20 years, and they taught me about the power of eating disorders." (Jacqueline Sheehan) Because Sheehan is a psychologist she was able to use her knowledge and work in people like Melissa. Melissa began to take Cooper on walks when Rocky needed her to.
She expresses the different spices and how they have different names in English. Towards the end of the brief story, Kothari indicates that she attempts in making “chapati” which is a type of flatbread. She further states that it has taken her six hours and multiple phone calls to her mother to complete the recipe. This story portrays how she is attempting in reconnecting with her parents and Indian culture by attempting in cooking Indian recipes. Throughout the article, the author illustrates her personal stories and utilizes multiple argument appeals to create a strong piece.
On 3/13/17 at approximately 6PM while seated at the dinner table waiting for dinner to be served, the child stood up, removed her pants, protruded her "ass in a sexualized manner" and began touching her "butt." The child was redirect to an appropriate activity. While preparing for her evening shower, the child removed her pants, protruded her "ass" towards her grandmother and asked several times for the grandmother to "spank her butt."