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This I Believe (Draft)

“I have the privilege of traveling around our country and meeting people all over the country who are making a huge difference in the lives of their neighbors and themselves. That’s what I’m really fortunate to be able to do.” … Continue reading

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Outline for TED Talk.

1. State Your Point: What do you want the audience to know? What new learning are you trying to instill? – I would like the audience to understand that the perception of being in a relationship has changed. 2. Tell a Story that … Continue reading

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RCL ted talk

When choosing 3-4 main points that I could discuss about in my TED Talk, it is obvious to choose the topics that are most significant and contain the most information. In my case regarding the change in perception of relationships … Continue reading

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Rhetorical Analysis on “I Have A Dream” (Draft)

EDIT: I HAVE COMPLETELY CHANGED THE TOPIC OF MY ESSAY, SO THIS ROUGH DRAFT IS COMPLETELY UNRELATED TO MY FINAL DRAFT. “I Have A Dream” by Martin Luther King Junior is a widely known speech that demonstrates the power of … Continue reading

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Reflection on Speech.

In my opinion, I believe I did a decent job on my speech. Sure, there were some areas where I could have improved on but other then those simple mistakes I am proud of my effort. My artifact consisted of … Continue reading

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Civic Life, as Explained by Schudson and Turkle.

I finally understand the definition of civic life.  There are many different concepts that surround the idea of one having a civic life and civic environment. First of all, the definition of a civic life is “the duties or activities … Continue reading

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