• Girls Education
    Fashion among students (1)Introduction: Defining the term fashion (2)The maddening race (3) Effects of Society on students (4)The Kinds of Fashion adopted by students: (a) Dressing (b) Manners (c) Speech (5) The bad effects (6)Conclusion ...
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  • Fashion
    Respected sir and dear frens………… 2day am here to deliver speech on the topic fashion….. we all are familiar with fashion…2day wat we do is fashion..wat we wear is fashion.. going In the history of fashion we may wonder how fashion had been originated from.. fine in the 8th century Cordoba, Spain,...
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  • Passion for Fashion
    FOR FASHION ESSAY HASHIQUE.K.M THE PASSION FOR FASHION F ashion is a term to denote a popular style of clothes, hair, manner, habits, etc. at a particular time or place. Living at a time when it is widely believed that clothes define a man’s status, the trend for fashion is great among young...
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  • Model School
    FashionTV is the biggest fashion medium in the world FashionTV broadcasts the latest news and information to over 350 million households and 7 million public places worldwide. As the only global 24/7 television network focused exclusively on fashion, beauty, trends and style. FashionTV is a New Media...
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  • Indonesian Culture
    Almighty God for the implementation of events on this day well. I also says thank you for your time and opportunity that has been in invite In this speech I want to convey about the importance of creativity in preserving the culture of Indonesia. As we know, the Indonesian culture stretched from Sabang...
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  • Fashion "The Craze Among Youth".
    Every person is fashion conscious. Fashion is very popular among the school boys and girls. They do it in a competitive spirit to look smart, up-to-date and attractive. Students like actors and actresses. Some of them see a film to copy the latest fashion. It is mostly the college students who look upon...
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  • Mandatory School Uniform
    implemented on clothing choices due to the inappropriate dress of many students. Some fashions, such as wearing underwear so everyone can see, or covering their heads with hoods have created problems in the management of schools. Some students are unable to differentiate between the appropriate clothes for...
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  • Evil As We See It
    extracurricular events by supporting a sense of unity among students and faculty. Instead of gang colors, there are school colors. Overall discipline is encouraged with the enactment of a dress code. In Long Beach , CA, a 1995 case study reported, among other facts, school suspensions dropped 90% after...
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  • Censership
    Technology has definitely advanced, language seems to have evolved a bit, and nothing looks the same, except fashion. Due to a recent trend that brought back the 90's you are strangely up on the recent fashion trends. As you roam the streets, you try to gain a bearing on this advanced country so you pick up...
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  • The Feedom of Speech
    Thomas McLemore Professor Long English 1103-57 25 September 2011 The “Freedom” of Speech Derek Bok, the author of “Protecting Freedom of Expression On The Campus”, speaks about how far the freedom of speech should be allowed to go. In the beginning of “Protecting Freedom of Expression On The Campus”...
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  • Down Syndrome
    foster learning and meaningful interaction among students with Down syndrome. Teachers who have students in their classrooms have a great responsibility to help these children learn. Here are some things that can take place in the classroom: Inclusion: Students with special needs should be full members...
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  • School Dress Codes/Uniforms
    point, is he had his uniform on, just wore it differently from the other boys. From this writers perspective, I am not a fan of many of the current fashions for both boys and girls. Girls show too much skin and boys wear their pants to low, to a point where it seems uncomfortable. One should not have...
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  • The Influence of Dancehall Music in Today's Society
    behaviours, encouraging violent behaviours and negatively influencing other aspect of their social values, speech and dress. Rationale: Dancehall, a highly rated Jamaican genre of music which is among one of the strongest influence on the younger generation and has also my behaviour as a young person. It...
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  • Gay Marriage
    1. Obsession with Diets Is Dangerous; 2. School Uniform Should Be a Must for Students; 3. ”Harry Potter” Should Be on the List of School Literature; 4. Online Slang Should Be Treated Like a Part of Teenage Subculture; 5. Vegetarianism Is not a Healthy Lifestyle; 6. Children Need Private...
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  • Individuality
    the unique character that we carry. Therefore, if public school system enforces students to wear school uniforms, it infringes on our rights and is a wrong use of authority. So why should school districts try to make students look the same?  Individuality is the way a person expresses their personality...
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  • Comms Uniform Speech
    Speech Pattern: Topical Do you remember what your wardrobe was like during high school? Maybe you wore the latest in brand name clothing, anything that wasn't associated with gang signs, or whatever hand me downs you could get. The reality is physical violence is common between children because of...
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  • Why Uniform are good
     When asked about uniforms, most students will agree that they hate the idea of wearing uniforms and having it as a dress code. When I was in junior high, I was fortunate enough to experience a both non-uniform and uniform public school; in the perspective of a 13 year old girl, I hated the idea of...
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  • Discourse Organization on Asian Fashion Blogs
    Chapter 1 Discourse Organization of Asian Fashion Blogs Introduction Background of the study Blogging has emerged as one of the most popular forms of online discourse. The ease and lack of expense in setting blogs has raised intriguing possibilities for language learning in social media. The unique...
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  • High School Uniforms
    because they can help students resist peer pressure to buy trendy clothes and diminish economic and social barriers among students. Parents and teachers are not the only people concerned with the argument of uniforms in school. In President Clinton's 1996 State of the Union speech, "if it means teenagers...
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  • Urban Princesses Performance and Women's Language in Japan's Gothiclolita Subculture
    negative identity practices that seek to define Gothic/Lolita against other subcultures and fashions such as kosupure [“Cosplay” i.e., Costume Play]. Additionally, an analysis of representations of Gothic/Lolita speech in two television programs reveals how the media constructs ambivalent images via iconization...
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