Temple Grandin

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Gleidys Reyes
ENGL 1010-307
Professor Mowry
Research Essay
4/9/11
Temple Granding
Topic Sentence: Temple Grandin is an autistic scientist, inventor and writer who was born to revolutionize the handling of livestock and the understanding of autism. I. Three different stages in her life

A. Childhood
B. College Education
C. Professional career
II. Difficulties with autism during childhood
D. Symptoms of autism
E. Her mother’s efforts to help her
F. Creation of squeeze machine
III. College education and exposure to farm animals
G. Universities she went to
H. Interest for farm animals
I. Creation of curve chute
IV. Achievements throughout her career and contributions to livestock industry and to autism V. Conclusion

Gleidys Reyes
ENGL 1010-307
Professor Mowry
Research Essay
4/9/11
Temple Grandin
Since the begging of time, the humane kinds have witnessed the existence of genius minds. Albert Einstein, Charles Darwin, Galileo Galilee and many others are all examples of geniuses that were born to revolutionize their area of expertise. Fortunately, in today’s days these kinds of geniuses continue to exist, and among these contemporaneous geniuses there is a special woman disserving mentioning. Her name is Temple Grandin, an autistic scientist, inventor and writer that was born to revolutionize the handling of livestock and the understanding of autism. Since about six month old temple grandin displayed the typical symptoms of autism: a neurological disorder that affects the brains’ normal development causing lack of language, lack of sensory/motor processing, noise sensitivity, fixation on rotating objects, and sensitivity to physical touch. Since her diagnosis temple’s mother directed all her effort to improving her daughter’s life. She took the time to search for schools where the staff was capacitated to deal with her daughter special needs; she hired a special care...
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