In order to be able to compare test data between the principal corp program and the cohort program, I first had to eliminate any students who did not have a full set of test data. I deleted entire rows of students, even if the student was only missing one cell worth of data. I then moved all the data up within the spread sheet in order to not leave any gaps between the data. I then copied the total score data for the principal corp students and pasted it onto another Excel spread sheet file. I did the same for the cohort students’ total score data.
HU200-Unit 7 Draft Assignment Listening to music has always been a major part of my life that I have also learned to value as part of my own human experience, especially, music by various artists of my own culture, African American; and various artists of my culture, have always had a major influence on the American culture of music, in general. From the beginning of jazz and rhythm and blues, pop, dance, hip-hop, rap and gospel music, the world of African American music, oftentimes hosted a festival, which included African American cultural music and a special event, such as, a parade that celebrated the African American culture, like the Juneteenth celebration parades. Whether this type of music being played included musical instruments,
int. backroom of small nyc neighborhood market -- dayCrates and boxes of full of produce are stacked up on each other. Empty boxes are stacked in a corner. Two large metal racks are packed with packaged grocery items. ANTHONY opens a box of bananas and pauses.
A narrator has a substantial impact on the manner in which a story is told. In Mark Haddon’s the curious incident of the dog in the night-time, the main character Christopher, narrates the experiences that he ventures through. Christopher’s narration of the novel has a significant impact on the way the story is told because of the point of view that it sets on the reader. For example, Christopher’s recountal of the novel permits the reader to know what Christopher is thinking, why Christopher does what he does, and perceive and understand his emotions. Moreover, if Christopher was not the narrator of the novel the curious incident of the dog in the night-time, it would drastically deviate the drive of the rest of the story being told.
I could not imagine going on the monstrous roller coaster called Hollywood Rip Ride Rockit at Universal Studio in Florida . I thought as I stood at the gate to the coaster swallowing hard as the many huge loops scared me. My dad and I stood there as he looked at me with an expression saying let's go on it, but I could not be sure, and then I got my answer. “ Hey Tobin do you want to go on the roller coaster ?” My dad asked as his face blew up with happiness.
A brutal crime occurs, and there is a young eye witness of five years old that saw the crime happen. He was small, so he could hide while the crime occurred, and is very scared. The police are in luck that there is an eye witness that can lead them to finding the perpetrator, however, they have to treat the case very carefully as he is so young. There are specific steps the police should take early on in the investigation to improve the child’s recollection of events. Understanding the preoperational stage of development, the immediacy of having the interview, and Interview techniques, can help the police approach the delicate situation in the best way possible.
I couldn’t stand up. My legs felt as if they didn’t work and I could barely breath. This was the greatest feeling I’ve ever experienced. I knew I had just gotten my first high school swimming gold medal.
Ahhhhh, Florida, Orlando to be exact. Peaceful, calming, stress-free right? Yes! Unless it’s June and you’re a USAIGC / IAIGC gymnast, one named Nicolette Davidson to be exact.
Of all the skills I have, motivating people around me is the one that affected me most, which was discovered through "Heartful Christmas" - a voluntary activity held by my club. It was a special night when people was trying to come home earlier to celebrate Christmas with their families. On this twenty fourth day of December, we, a group of ten people, volunteered to do a bizarre mission: giving surprising gifts to homeless people and those who suffered severe poverty. Being assigned as a leader, as well as the youngest person in the group, I was fairly nervous, many questions naturally popped up in my mind: What kind of leader would I be? What would help me do that?
Have you ever wondered what you would be doing in 10 years? I have recently given it much thought and realized some things I never thought of before. We usually just think about the present time and never think about the future and what it will take to get there, but now though this assignment my goals are much clearer and will be much easier to obtain. In ten years, I will be 23 years old in a body that is more fit than I am today, in college working on a career towards the military and working part-time to help sustain life essentials.
There are many different and unique aspects that form a person’s identity like social class, gender, religious beliefs, and occupation. Two crucial parts of one’s identity are language and race. The race is following your nationality’s cultures and how you represent them. Language is what we use to communicate on a daily basis. These two have a strong relationship because for most cultures language is an integral part.
2When I think of my primary caregiver, I automatically think of my mother. When I look back at my childhood, both of my parents did a wonderful job at raising me but as most people do, I think of my mother as being the primary caregiver. 2My mother had a very abnormal childhood. She lost her mother at a very young age and was introduced to a new family a couple of years after her mom passed away and it was an adjustment for her.
Taking all of the studies, background knowledge, and statistics into consideration, I do believe that there is an unproportionate amount of black men serving time in the criminal justice system. It has been proven that men of color are particularly likely to be imprisoned, in comparison to their non black counterparts. “African Americans serve virtually as much time in prison for a drug offense (58.7 months) as whites do for a violent offense (61.7 months). (Sentencing Project)” The sentencing of black men is commonly dealt with in a harsher manner, than with other races.