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Reflective-greeneggs and ham

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. In competition II, I learned to spend a lot of time on research. Going to one … Continue reading

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Bibliography-green eggs and ham

Hargreaves, Steve. “New Reports Shows 70% of Those Born Poor Stay Poor.” CNNMoney. Cable News Network, 13 Nov. 2013. Web. 27 Mar. 2017 Background: This CNN report goes  into detail on how hard it is for those in poverty to gain … Continue reading

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Research—green eggs and ham

The Land Of The (Not So) Free Slavery has been ruling American society since its inception. For 300 years, over ten million African Americans forced into brutal labor from birth till death.  Manual slavery ended over 150 years ago; however a … Continue reading

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Causal Argument- green eggs and ham

The Land of the Rich Modern day American slavery is crippling the poverty of the country. The modern day American slavery comes in the form of the common man being ruled and abused by the big government. There is no bondage … Continue reading

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Definition—green eggs and ham

Modern-Day Slavery Slavery has been ruling American society since its inception. For 300 years, over ten million African Americans forced into brutal labor from birth till death.  Manual slavery ended over 150 years ago; however a form of modern slavery has become … Continue reading

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Visual Rhetoric- Green Eggs and Ham

00:01 We see an elderly man staring of into the distance. On the screen, “Harvey Lauer since 1933” appears. Harvey Lauer is probably the man’s name. As he stares off into the distance, he may be thinking about his life, … Continue reading

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