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Reflective—Chippy

Core Value I. My work demonstrates that I used a variety of social and interactive practices that involve recursive stages of exploration, discovery, conceptualization, and development. I met this first core value throughout the semester in all of my papers … Continue reading

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Bibliography—Chippy

Affolter, Zach. “SeaWorld Doesn’t ‘Educate’ Students.” The Dodo. N.p., 21 Oct. 2014. Web. 26 Mar. 2017. Background: In this article the author talks about how SeaWorld is not educational for students and that schools should no longer take the students here … Continue reading

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Research Argument- Chippy

SeaWorld Does Not Educate P.1. Going to SeaWorld serves no educational value, it is simply a place for entertainment. Why else would they train the animals to perform tricks and do flips during the shows? Many people think it is … Continue reading

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Rebuttal- Chippy (Updated)

SeaWorld Provides False Information P.1 SeaWorld claims that their main mission is to educate their audience about marine life in a way they could never experience. One of their main target audiences is children. Many people think SeaWorld is a … Continue reading

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Causal Argument—Chippy

SeaWorld Does Not Educate P1. Going to SeaWorld does not serve any educational value, it is simply a place of entertainment. Why else would the whales and dolphins perform tricks and do flips in front of the audiences? These marine … Continue reading

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Definition Argument- Chippy (Updated)

Captive vs. Wild Orcas P.1. Imagine living your whole life without your family in a tiny area where you are forced to perform tricks for an audience. That is the life of the orcas at SeaWorld. Orcas, also known as … Continue reading

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Open Strong- Chippy

Tufts University professor of math Moon Duchin has a proposal to combat gerrymandering. She wants to give geometry experts a day in court since they are the key to solving the issue of gerrymandering. Using math to manipulate the shapes … Continue reading

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White Paper- Chippy

Content Descriptions Places like SeaWorld have no educational value People are forced into thinking that SeaWorld is beneficial to children Watching whales perform tricks in a small pool does not teach you anything about how they live out in the … Continue reading

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Polio Notes- Chippy

A white paper is a preliminary paper that is a repository for your sources and your thinking. It is a practice or sample paper. It is a place to try out ideas and the collection of purposeful summaries. It is … Continue reading

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Visual Rhetoric—Chippy

0-01: There is a decent sized house with a car that has four doors and three of them are open and then they close shut by the people inside. There is also a basketball net in the driveway so a … Continue reading

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