• Before I Fall Letter to Teacher
    Dear Teacher, I would like to tell you about this book I read. It’s called “Before I Fall” by Lauren Oliver. This book is extremely good, and I really like it. It’s about a girl named Samantha Kingston who dies in a car crash. However, instead of going to heaven she wakes up on the same da
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  • My Dream Job
    My dream job         Every body have their dream job , I also too , I have dream job . Since in my childhood I want to be a engineer and want to work a engineering job . When all the children play the sports jut like as football ,running or other games , I am never join with them and I wante
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  • My Dream Job
    Art is for anybody. I want to be an art teacher because I believe that I can influence children to create their own piece of amazing art work. When I was in pre-school, I had this amazing teacher who inspired me to do anything I wanted to. Her name is Ms. Linda and she inspired me to become an art
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  • October Dream
    Some people are very special in our lives. As a student, teachers are those who have the most positive influence on me other than my parents. In the movie October Sky, the main character Homer Hickman’s teacher Ms. Riley supports Homer and the other Rocket Boys to make their dreams come true. She
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  • Becoming a Teacher?
    A TEACHER Never has it crossed my mind’s eye to become a teacher. I would choose any other field or career except it. In fact, after my high schooling, I was so undecided of what course to take, of which way to go as if I was in the crossroad Robert Frost is pertaining to in his poem, “The Ro
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  • Number One Teacher
    Number One Teacher (Name of teacher), I'm happy that you're my teacher; I enjoy each lesson you teach. As my role model you inspire me To dream and to work and to reach. With your kindness you get my attention; Every day you are planting a seed Of curiosity and motivation To know and to gro
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  • Has Dr Kings I Have a Dream Speech Been Fullfilled?
    I Have a Dream Today race has become a sensitive issue. People have forgotten the difference between discrimination and racism, basically merging the two into one. Discrimination, reverse discrimination, racism, reverse racism is heard almost every day. It appears in almost every subject ma
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  • Dream Fearlessly
    Dream Fearlessly It was one of those days in the month of April when I started applying for college. I was looking through the admission paper I was handling and was troubled when I saw the word “course”. I had been unsettled with my course choice since then. I sat on a chair, still holding the
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  • American Dream by James Truslow
    The ‘American dream’ is a term coined by James Truslow in his 1932 book Epic of America, but it is a concept as old as America itself: anything is possible if only the individual is willing to work hard. The dream draws immigrants to our shores and borders every year and keeps millions of Ameri
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  • Let's Teacher Teach
    Let teachers teach TEACHER TALK By MALLIKA VASUGI Extracted from The Star, Sunday, February 19, 2012 (http://thestar.com.my/education/story.asp?file=/2012/2/19/education/10742930&sec=education) Our columnist has a dream. That one day teachers will be allowed to fulfil the purpose of their
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  • How to Make Your Dream Come True
    Essay1 Draft3 “No person has the right to rain on your dreams,” said Martin Luther King Jr. People love to laugh at those dreamers who have creative thoughts. They will be called a “weirdo” or “freak.” It happens a lot in high schools. Some of them will give up their dream because they
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  • The American Dream
    Becca Leach WSC 001 Dr. Pasupathi 12/19/12 The American Dream My grandfather came to America from Italy with nothing but the clothes on his back. He did not speak a word of English and left his family back in Naples. Three years later, my grandfather had a stable enough job to send for
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  • Find Your Dream
    Find Your Dream “Good evening, ladies and gentlemen. As you know, my name is Kantima Jampeepan and I’m here to talk about Find Your Dream.” Some people talk about dreams and goals. Today I'd like you listen this topic which about how to find your dream and think about what you are doing to f
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  • Becoming a Teacher
    Lisa McIntyre February 6, 2013 Exploring Education as a Profession Tiffany Trent Becoming a Teacher I would love to write about how I wanted to become a teacher since I was ten years old, but it is not true. I just happened to get involved in a round-about-way. Having four children under the a
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  • Dream Job
    29/11/2011 B.H.S William Bowman Writing Home Work My Dream Job My dream job is to become a mechanical engineer or an electrical engineer. I had wanted to be an engineer from an early age when my father was working as General Manager at the Ford Dealer, where I was
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  • Dream Catcher
    Dream Catcher -kit- “Don’t dare to dream on something if you wouldn’t do anything to make it true ..” There was once a child who was born on the midnight of the sixth day of the ninth month, 1993, when all were sleeping abound with their sweet dreams and nightmares. According to his m
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  • Dream Psychology- Sigmund Freud
    Dreams and the Sub-Conscious Mind The definition of a dream is a series of thoughts, images, and sensations occurring in a person's mind during sleep. It is believed that dreams have always existed in human society and have been shared among members of societies dating back to 3000-4000 BC. In v
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  • My Dream Job
    My Dream Job There was a typical assignment during my school years - write an essay after reading a book or spending a summer break in a country side. And I remember I loved it and I was quite good at it! Let see how I will cope with it twenty years after. I will add some personal facts to it, so y
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  • Newyork Street Chidren and the American Dream
    [Tofik Mussa] [03/07/2013] [English Composition 110] [The New York street children and the realization of the American Dream] "New York City has a global reputation as a dynamic, wealthy, and prosperous magnet for immigrants for several centuries. Horatio Alger’s Ragged Dick exhibits
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  • About 500 Different Question You Can Ask: a Policeman, a Mother of 7 Children, a Model, a Archbishop, a Teacher
    policeman Why do you decided to become a police officer? When you were a child, what did you want to be when you grew up? Have your family supported your decision? How long have you worked at your job? Do you think that it is a very dangerous job? What measures do you take to safeguard yoursel
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