• Novel
    Practice 1 – one story you like the best & what lessons you have learned from the story The novel Step by Wicked Step by Anne Fine which I have studied, all the stories are special in their own way but the one that strikes a chord with me is Claudia’s Stories: The Green Pyjamas. The story is...
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  • Step by Wicked Step
    everyone can practice honesty in their lives. Sample Answer (Step by Wicked Step) Sample Question: Choose a character that you admire from a novel that you have learned in Form 5. With close reference to the text, give reasons to support your answer. I choose the novel Step by Wicked Step...
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  • STEP BY WICKED STEP Review
    Callie will accept their step father Roy. However, Callie resents Roy and decides to live with her real father in the end.  LESSON LEARNT The most important lesson that I have learnt from the novel is we must be honest in life. This novel shows us how the...
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  • essay
    taken from the start to the end of the story. The character that I have chosen is _____________ STEP BY WICKED STEP VALUES/ACTIVITY 8...
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  • The Thin Man
    Nick: “And what is your type? Lanky brunettes with wicked jaws.” Maybe had the sheik learned a thing or two from Nick and Nora, he would have been better off at alluring the “virgin.”...
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  • The Scarlet Letter: Tales of Sin and Confession
    whole town admires Arthur Dimmesdale, the respected preacher. He preaches against sin and urges his congregation to confess their evil deeds and wicked thoughts. "I charge thee to speak out the name of thy fellow-sinner and fellow-sufferer! Be not silent from any mistaken pity and tenderness for him...
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  • Transactional Criticism
    beautiful. Let’s start with the importance of being respectful. Many may look at Cinderella’s obedience/behavior as a negative aspect of her character. I however, see this as the complete opposite. With her wicked step-sisters as they were referred she did the best she could to always be respectful...
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  • Frankenstein: Self Education of the Monster
    mother in the pocket of her dress, “...thanks to the lessons of Felix and the sanguinary laws of man, I have learned how to work mischief.” He reads three books apart from Ruins of Empires-Goethe’s Sorrows of Werter, Plutarch’s Lives and Milton’s Paradise Lost. In the hero of Werter, it sees “a...
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  • boob
    has became a stronger person and much wiser. He learned to stand up and he thinks it’s a good thing to do for Tom. “You ought to be ashamed, John! Poor, homeless, houseless creatures! It’s a shameful, wicked, abominable law, and I’ll break it, for one, the first time I get a chance; and I hope I...
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  • Eli Lilly and Company Lessons Learned
    Closing Statement (one sided – Eli Lilly) (Pfizer's Exubera Mini-case and Afterword on Eli Lilly can be added next week) Lessons Learned What have we learn from both Eli Lilly and Company and Pfizer's Exubera Mini-case? Should Adams’, R., “A Good Hard Kick in the Ass” be our model? First Lesson...
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  • Blah
    , however, was too late. The first step had been taken. Mistress, in teaching me the alphabet, had given me the inch, and no precaution could prevent me from taking the ell. The plan which I adopted, and the one by which I was most successful, was that of making friends of all the little white boys...
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  • A Christmas Carol Final Paper
    help others on earth before he dies. In the end, Scrooge sought redemption through the lessons learned from all three spirits. Serving others in your lifetime is a man’s duty. Selfishness and greed stifle the human spirit. Generosity, charity and giving of one’s time are good measures of the human spirit. Sharing the spirit living inside a person’s heart is the key to a happier life....
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  • Blueberry
    The Blueberry Story: The teacher gives the businessman a lesson “If I ran my business the way you people operate your schools, I wouldn’t be in business very long!” I stood before an auditorium filled with outraged teachers who were becoming angrier by the minute. My speech had entirely...
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  • Isb Insights
    have an article that examines the Tata-Singur issue to understand how to deal with “wicked” problems, and an interview with Sanjiv Mital, chief executive officer (CEO) of the National Institute of Smart Government (NISG). I am happy to add that this issue has significant contributions from recent...
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  • Fairytales May Convey a Hidden Message
    young girls, is to be passive till a rescuer (in this case, Cinderella’s mother) to arrive and grant their wishes. Although obedience is a valuable lesson to be learned, Cinderella continues to be submissive to the extent which she is relentlessly abused by her step- mother. Yet, eventually, her...
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  • Nathanael Hawthorne and Sin
    confess their evil deeds and wicked thoughts, he is the worst perpetrator. “I charge thee to speak out the name of thy fellow-sinner and fellow-sufferer! Be not silent from any mistaken pity and tenderness for him for, believe me, Hester, though he were to step down from a high place, and stand...
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  • Jane Eyre: Cinderella
    fairytale, Jane is given a chance to go to the ball, or in this case leave the torment at Gateshead, by attending Lowood Boarding School. Sadly, the wicked step-mother in the book tosses lintels into the fireplace and tells Cinderella she cannot go until they are all collected; Jane’s lintels are Mr...
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  • Traditional Literature
    magic slipper, a rose, a wicked step mother, a dark forest, a death-like sleep, a transforming kiss.  There is a lot of imagery in the story, but not long and detailed descriptions. Elements of Myths Setting:  Time is in the ancient past.  Place is the geographic region from which the...
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  • Fairytales
    results, outcomes and teaching different lessons and values depending the culture involved. It’s basically saying fairytales, as a whole, are constantly evolving to reflect the needs of society. This process of evolution can be seen in the contrast between any two fairytale traditions, as said "but I...
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  • Frederick Douglass
    , students will probe the various beliefs and points of view Douglass experienced as he became increasingly aware of the unfairness of his life. Students will consider the emotional context of words and how diction (word choice) affects an author’s message. Vocabulary is learned from context and...
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