• Write an Article for the School Magazine in Which You Explain Ways in Which Students Can Improve Their Study Skills.
    Final Draft Prompt: Write an article for the school magazine in which you explain ways in which students can improve their study skills. Without a doubt, studying for school work plays a vital rule in the status of a student’s grade. Getting good grades is imperative in school, so that
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  • My Professor's Article in Middle East's Magazine
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  • Editorial for School Magazine
    "In the presence of trouble, some buy crutches , others grow wings." You may fall in problems, but these are to test you to do your best. The difficulty is that some of us stop trying in the trying times. We should always face a challenge with " How we can?" and not with "Why we can not?"...
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  • School Magazines
    Introduction The school magazine is no more a new thing to us. Now-a-days many schools have magazines of their own. Formerly, very few schools had such magazines. How the Magazine is conducted A school magazine is conducted by the teachers and the students. In many schools a senior teac
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  • Analysis of a Newspaper Article
    Analysis of A newspaper Article Assignment Newspaper and magazine articles are used as a source of information to the public for all sorts of things including medical information. Many times they report statistical information or results without explaining the methods used to come to their conclus
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  • Aurora Magazine Issue 1 2
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  • Condoms in High School
    Jennifer Lowe Speech 101 T & Th 8-9:15 I. Introduction A. Attention Did you know that AIDS is the sixth leading cause of death among those from ages 15 to 24 years old; and each year approximately 1 million teenage girls in the United States will become pregnant? B. Ba
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  • Institutional Plan School
    titutional plan APEEJAY SCHOOL, NERUL Essential Activities and Annual Functions What is an Institution? • Family • Marriage Essentially a dynamic organisation with ever changing scenarios and demands What is needed in a dynamic organisation? • Explore present potential
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  • Article Review
    MANAGED CARE January 2009 ©MediMedia USA Cover Story Disruptive Innovations That Will Change Your Life in Health Care The innovations that we list here are not unfamiliar, but don’t underestimate them. As they mature, they will have strong effects. By Maureen Glabman Contributing Editor I
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  • School Uniform
    THE RELATIONSHIP OF SCHOOL UNIFORMS TO STUDENT ATTENDANCE, ACHIEVEMENT, AND DISCIPLINE by Russell Edward Sowell Liberty University A Dissertation Presented in Partial Fulfillment Of the Requirements for the Degree Doctor of Education Liberty University February, 2012The Relationship of Sch
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  • International School Market in Shanghai Fit the Market Structure of Oligopoly
    Title: To what extend does the international school market in Shanghai fit the market structure of Oligopoly? Subject: Economics Essay by Pearl Session: May 2011 Words count: 3639 Hypothesis: My hypothesis is that the international sch
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  • School Social Worker
    School Counselor: Poverty Abstract The classic definition of a school counselor is one who has knowledge, training, and a strong expertise of non academic information that improves academic performance and better learners. We have learned that their role is no
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  • Article Based on Issues Related to School
    Write a magazine article based on issues related to school. The basic concerns in most of the schools are the issues between teachers and students vice versa students and teachers. In some cases the teachers in subject areas were insufficient, and unqualified. Many of them did not do their best in
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  • Home School
    Home schooling is another way for a child to receive his or her education. It is one of many alternatives to regular schooling (classrooms and schools). It is the oldest alternatives to regular schooling and one of the most effective. There are many true stories proving that home schooling is an eff
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  • Equality in School Finance
    Equality in School Finance In The Story of the Education Dollar, Odden, Monk, Nakib and Picus describe some basic facts about education spending in the United States to facilitate an understanding of the level and uses of the federal government's policies on education funding. The purpose of the
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  • The New Yorker Magazine
    The New Yorker COVER ANALYSIS • July, 1966 – The cover of the July 2nd, 1966 edition of The New Yorker includes artwork by Michael Getz. Displaying a show of patriotism, Getz uses the entire portion of the cover to present an illustration of an American flag hanging from the front of a typi
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  • J.K. Rowling's School of Witchcraft and Wizardry
    The Christian church has had its' divisions over the years. Denominations are torn apart by issues such as being able to lose faith, predestination, and homosexuality. On the personal level, there are always disputes that come up between individuals on what the Bible says is correct or not. Some
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  • School Uniforms: Beneficial or Not?
    School Uniforms: Beneficial or Not? School uniforms have been a staple of private schools for decades. In recent years, public school systems across the nation have been toying with the idea of implementing a mandatory dress code to improve safety, increase attendance, and improve academic perfor
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  • Dropping Out : the New High School Epidemic
    Dropping Out: The New High School Epidemic The number of high school dropouts has remained at an amazingly high 381,000 students per year, since 1993. During high school students prepare for college, a huge move toward independence and adulthood. But some students believe they have found a quicker
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  • Seventeen Magazine
    Seventeen Magazine is a monthly girl's magazine targeted at the teenage group with an age range of 12 to 24years old (with an average of 18). It has been in publish since in 1944 and is now considered to be the most popular magazine for teenage girls selling between 2.4 and 2.5 million copies each m
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