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TOK 11 2017 - Safa Azzam SCIENCE VS PSEUDOSCIENCE
TOK 11 2017 - Safa Azzam SCIENCE VS PSEUDOSCIENCE

This 1411 word essay (7 pages) is about Astrology, Copernican Revolution, Astronomy, Physical cosmology, Obsolete scientific theories, Ancient Greek astronomy, Ancient astronomy, Astrology and astronomy, Nicolaus Copernicus, Heliocentrism, Planets in astrology, Horoscope

 "The application of reason differentiates a scientific theory from pseudoscience."  Reason, as a way of knowing, is the capacity to think beyond immediate experiences. Reasoning is used to build knowledge and to evaluate it. It is closely linked to logic, the deducing of valid conclusions from given starting points or premises. Inductive reasoning supports general statements with statements while deductive reasoning goes from the general to the particular. A pseudoscience, and science differ...

The most common stage type is a proscenium, where
The most common stage type is a proscenium, where

This 341 word essay (2 pages) is about English-language films, Theatre, Entertainment, Parts of a theatre, Stagecraft, Terminology, Coherence, Stage, Proscenium, Film, Audience

the audience is seated only in front of the stage, and typically the stage is rather deep. In the round is a performance space where the stage is in the middle of the audience and the audience surrounds the stage on all sides. They may change the design of his set pieces, recruit more crew members for set piece movement (if time, budget, and the director allow), or work on ways to make the pieces easier to move. They talk about what the characters need to wear for like clothes and make up, they...

So if an actor is at an audition, and is asked to
So if an actor is at an audition, and is asked to

This 599 word essay (3 pages) is about Entertainment, Performing arts, Theatre, Audition, Film, Music performance, Recruitment, Monologue, Casting, Actor, Acting

perform a contrasting monologue of the one they just performed, they could do so. For example, If you just performed a comedy monologue that the director liked, and they wanted to see how you portray drama, they would ask "Now can you show me a contrasting monologue?" If the actor has multiple monologues memorized, he/she could perform a contrasting one instead of saying "I only prepared this one for the audition. The director wants a chance to get to know the person. When a director is casting...

Is our legal system effective enough?
Is our legal system effective enough?

This 276 word essay (2 pages) is about Gross domestic product, Justice, Philosophy, Ethics, Politics

Looking at the government\'s point of view, this is a summary taken from their official website: ‘The legal system must uphold fairness in society: both in business and for individuals. We want to ensure justice for victims of crime and better rehabilitation for criminals, with a reduction in the rate of reoffending. The justice system must punish the guilty, protect our liberties and rehabilitate offenders. We will ensure that more criminals make amends to victims and communities for the har...

2.02 Career Path Chart
2.02 Career Path Chart

This 641 word essay (4 pages) is about Health care, Health, Nurses, Nursing, Career

Considering your interests and expectations, identify two career paths that suit your interests and abilities. Complete the chart and reflection questions based on your research of your chosen career paths. Potential Career Paths Career Information Career Path Option 1- Lawyer   Career Category_ Career Path Option 2 Nurse   Career Category- Job description (including daily responsibilities)  Represent clients in criminal and civil litigation and other legal proceedings, draw up legal documen...

Ocean's Impact on Weather Lab Report
Ocean's Impact on Weather Lab Report

This 725 word essay (7 pages) is about Aquatic ecology, Mangrove, Meteorology, Physical geography, Oceanography, Tropical cyclone, Great Florida Birding Trail, Forests of India, Florida mangroves, Mangrove tree distribution

Ocean\'s Impact on Weather Lab Report Instructions: In the Ocean\'s Impact on Weather Lab, you explored the effects of restoring mangrove habitat compared to natural mangrove regrowth following a natural disaster. Record your observations in the lab report below. You will submit your completed report. (30 points possible) Name and Title (1 point) Include your name, instructor\'s name, date, and name of lab. Mariah Douglass Mrs , Torlak 02/20 and oceans impact on weather lab report. Objective(s...

1.03 Scientific Method
1.03 Scientific Method

This 363 word essay (3 pages) is about Design of experiments, Dependent and independent variables, Plant, Experiment, Statistical hypothesis testing, Probability and statistics, Statistics, Knowledge

Katherine wants to investigate if the time of day a plant is watered affects the growth of the plant. She hypothesizes that a plant watered in the morning will grow faster than a plant watered at other times of the day. Identify the specific independent and dependent variables that will be involved in an experiment to test this hypothesis. The independent variable would be the time of the day the plant gets watered and the dependent variable would be the growth of the plant. List at least five...

Ocean Exploration Lab Report—Cartesian Diver
Ocean Exploration Lab Report—Cartesian Diver

This 448 word essay (3 pages) is about Cartesian diver, Cartesian, Buoyancy, Navy diver, Dependent and independent variables, Matter, Education

Instructions: Complete the lab report below while you explore the effects of pressure on a Cartesian diver in the Ocean Exploration Lab—Cartesian Diver experiment. You will submit your completed lab report. (30 points possible) Name and Title (1 point) Mariah Douglass/ Ocean Exploration Lab Objective (2 points) The purpose of this lab is to measure Buoyancy using a Cartesian Diver. Hypothesis and Variables (3 points) Write your hypothesis in the if/then format shown in the procedures, and...

1.05 Traits and Social Cognitive Perspective
1.05 Traits and Social Cognitive Perspective

This 274 word essay (2 pages) is about Psychology, Personality, Psychological testing, Clinical psychology, Carl Jung, MyersBriggs Type Indicator, Pseudoscience, Personality test, Rorschach test, Career counseling, Personality type

Which personality assessment would you recommend for use by employers? Choose from the Rorschach Test , the TAT, the MMPI, and the MBTI inventory. Be sure to include why this assessment is a better fit than the other assessments described in the lesson. Does the reliability and validity of the assessment support the employer\'s or employee\'s case in the above article?  Out of all of the personality tests, I would recommend the MBTI (Myers-Briggs Type indicator) for the use of employers. I tru...

Disability Poem
Disability Poem

This 157 word essay (2 pages) is about Medicine, Health, Biological engineering, Bionics, Disability, Medical equipment, Neuroprosthetics, Prosthesis, Walking

A world without colour, Christmas you can\'t see, Oh what a life so dismal, It\'s just fine for you and me. When everyone\'s running, You must feel despair, You can\'t dance and jump about, When you\'re in a wheelchair. Everyone claps when you\'ve won the race, And your parents scream and cheer, Both these things so wonderful, These things that deaf can\'t hear. But you can turn their lives around, And help them recuperate, A simple step of sign language, Now they can communicate. The blind the...

Discuss- him asking Rooke
Discuss- him asking Rooke

This 443 word essay (3 pages) is about Biomaterials, Silk, Silk Road, Rooke

Personal change- in Silk from the beginning of the story to the way he changed in NSW to the killing expedition. How he went for a carefree type of fellow, to one who had watched a man lose his lower body and not understand what was going on to how he wanted fame. Life goals becoming a captain (What does that say about time, period/generation) Silks true ambitions- being a writer (Discuss limitations due to time era and why you think this (he\'s love for telling stories also his talent with wor...

Childhood vaccinations have been in the media for
Childhood vaccinations have been in the media for

This 731 word essay (3 pages) is about Medicine, Health, Public health, Vaccination, Biotechnology, Preventive medicine, Epidemiology, MMR vaccine controversy, Vaccine controversies, Vaccine, Herd immunity, Cowpox

years due to the controversy behind the topic. Some believe it should be compulsory whereas some are completely against vaccinations. The issue of No-jab, no play caused a large debate and put the issue back into the medias spotlight again. Vaccinations save the lives of approximately 2.5 million people every year. The measles vaccine alone has saved, as estimated by the World Health Organisation, approximately 17.1 million people since the year 2000. This drop-in death, shows that every child...

Oral Sac ideas- Current event
Oral Sac ideas- Current event

This 197 word essay (2 pages) is about Melbourne, Geography of Australia, Economy of Australia

Should the Australian Government ban the wearing of the burka in public? Should the homeless be banned from Melbourne\'s CBD? (Robert Doyle proposal) Should the Australia Government continue to fund the Safe Schools Coalition? Should gay marriage be legalised in Australia? Should the date of Australia Day be replaced/changed? Treatment of asylum seekers in detention centres (especially women and children) Is enough action being taken to diminish the sugar industry propaganda to minimise obesity...

Creative speech
Creative speech

This 767 word essay (3 pages) is about Awake, Music industry

Silk: as he unrolls the blanket of his swag after the failed attack p282 Dear Journal, Tonight, was the night, the night if the killing expedition, we might of failed to Governor Gilbert but we succeeding in not harming an innocent man. As I unrolled the blanket of my swag, so I could try and get some sleep tonight. My mind was going over everything about Rooke, and the natives. We\'d technically failed our expedition. The goal was to capture a few native men to show them an example that we won...

Creative speech- Draft/ideas
Creative speech- Draft/ideas

This 344 word essay (2 pages) is about Biomaterials, Silk, Silk Road, Truby, Rooke

Silk: as he unrolls the blanket of his swag after the failed attack p282 Ideas/points Discuss- him asking Rooke personal change in Silk from the beginning of the story to the way he changed in NSW to the killing expedition His fear- The fear of killing a man due to the incident with Private Truby on the resolution p32 Explain how this took a toll on Silks normal character and the way in which he was altered. Use his reaction to Private Truby and his plan to not have a native killed. Friendship...

Creative speech- Draft/ideas
Creative speech- Draft/ideas

This 713 word essay (3 pages) is about

Silk: as he unrolls the blanket of his swag after the failed attack p282 Ideas/points As I unrolled the blanket of my swag, so I could try and get some sleep tonight. My mind was going over everything about Rooke, and the natives. We\'d technically failed our expedition. The goal was to capture a few native men to show them an example that we won\'t tolerate their violence on our men. That\'s what Governor Gilbert wanted. The idea left an uneasy sensation in my stomach but how could I say no wh...

Oral Presentation Questions
Oral Presentation Questions

This 207 word essay (2 pages) is about Medicine, Vaccination, Health, Vaccine controversies, MMR vaccine controversy, Biotechnology, Preventive medicine, Biology, Measles, Vaccine

What is your issue? Compulsory childhood vaccinations in Australia What is your contention? That immunisations should be compulsory for all Australian children What trigger event/s are there? 2015 a young baby died of Whooping cough (small epidemic breakout) others also died due to lack of immunization and low immunity because of this. April 2nd 2017 telegraph, A five-week-old baby fights for life due to parents deciding against vaccinating him for vitamin K injection March 12, 2017 the daily t...

Creative Response- Beach Encounter
Creative Response- Beach Encounter

This 437 word essay (2 pages) is about

Perspective Chosen- The young native Man, whom Rooke handed a looking glass to. It was like any other day on our land, we went hunting but today we chose to head closer towards the shoreline. We were hunting a baramul, our steps were discrete. Out of nowhere the baramul began sprinting away, Arabanoo informed everyone to cease movement through a hand signal, this lead us to hear this faint array of voices, the way they seemed to be speaking was very strange and unheard of. We slowly emerged fro...

Burial Rites- Structure
Burial Rites- Structure

This 337 word essay (2 pages) is about Literature, Burial Rites, Narration, Agnes, Hannah Kent, Fiction, Arts

Hannah Kent uses a range of different type of writing structures in her novel Burial Rites. She uses first person this is only ever demonstrated through Agnes but also Kent also uses third-person for the other characters when she\'s not using Agnes to portray her novel. The third person aspect helps the reader see what the other characters are seeing and what they are thinking of Agnes, through hushed conversations and them thinking out loud, this gives a reader an opening to contrast Agnes\'s...

Burial Rites Setting
Burial Rites Setting

This 381 word essay (2 pages) is about Iceland, Republics, Burial Rites, Agnes Carlsson, Kent, Ohio, Hannah Kent, Agnes, Climate, Forms of government, World, Europe

In Burial Hannah Kent exploits Iceland\'s seasons and climates to create a greater impact when issues or positive things occur, as a way of foreshadowing and demonstrating the true harshness of Iceland. Kent uses the seasons to show the time and show how things are changing from the season being warmer to the way it worsens as time continues which reinforces the plot. The dangerous of Iceland\'s climate was demonstrate in numerous ways to show the audience the severity for example when Inga die...

Analytical text response essay- The Lieutenant
Analytical text response essay- The Lieutenant

This 986 word essay (4 pages) is about Amilie, or the Love Test, Operas, The Lieutenant, Vocal music, Music

Topic 1- "His majesty has instructed me to establish good relations with the greatest possible dispatch and to become familiar with the native tongue as swiftly as opportunity may make possible."  Why is it that Rooke has the most success learning the native language? In Kate Grenville\'s novel, The Lieutenant, it was demonstrated that Rooke had a vast greater success in learning the Cadigal\'s native language more than anyone. He became "familiar with the native language as swiftly" as he co...

Kambria Mallory
Kambria Mallory

This 403 word essay (2 pages) is about

AP Entry Essay May 19, 2014 English and French Relationships with Native Americans During the exploration, discovery, and settlement of the Americas, the French and English had two different ways of interacting with natives. Although, some of their tactics and goals were similar. Both countries had the goal of exploiting the natives and viewed them as inferiors. But, the French maintained good relations with Native American tribes. The English however, relationship with natives went downhill wh...

Kambria Mallory
Kambria Mallory

This 299 word essay (2 pages) is about Literature, Nineteen Eighty-Four in popular media, The Reader, Dystopia, Culture, Fiction

AP Lit. & Comp. February 9th Ms. Schulz Captivating and astonishing literary devices make up the intriguing novel 1984 . The devices are used to draw the reader into the novel\'s hysteric tone. The novel uses imagery and symbols to convey this tone. Not only through the main characters actions but, through the actions of his associates and the all powerful Party itself. The Party itself is introduced as a symbol of ultimate power. They use this power to rule over everyone and everything in...

Kambria Mallory
Kambria Mallory

This 412 word essay (2 pages) is about Anthropology, Nationalism

US History 1 Mr. Cunningham March 25, 2013 Imperialism The US was an imperialist country and their motives to expand the US territorially had a lot to do with nationalism, commercialism, and humanitarianism. The US wanted to branch out to smaller countries who were being ruled or wanted to become part of the US. Using these three methods, they were very successful. They were able to obtain countries like Cuba, Puerto Rico, and the Philippines and use them to their advantage. The US wanted to ex...

Kambria Mallory
Kambria Mallory

This 343 word essay (2 pages) is about Demography, Immigration, Population, Economic development, Economic booms, Economic history of Brazil, Economic globalization

US History 1 Mr. Cunningham January 11, 2013 Effects of Industrialization Industrialization affected economic, social, and political, development in the US in a positive and negative way. More jobs, hours and other opportunities were provided. For some, the crowded cities, tight living spaces, and unsanitary conditions were worth the chance of starting a new life in America. They would be able to provide more for their families. They also wanted better futures for their children. Economic devel...

Kambria Mallory
Kambria Mallory

This 397 word essay (2 pages) is about Education, Educational psychology, Cognition, Neuropsychology, Cognitive science, Intelligence, Learning, Neuropsychological assessment, Systems science, Frederick Douglass, Educational technology, Double-mindedness

LAL 2H Ms. Harris February 25, 2014 Frederick Douglass Essay Frederick Douglass once said, "A little learning, indeed, may be a dangerous thing, but the want of learning is a calamity to any people." Throughout history, there have been many examples of learning causing danger. Although we want to believe that an education is the key, it can also be the key to harm. To a certain degree, trying to learn can be very dangerous. You have to be mindful of what being enlightened can mean. On...

Kambria Mallory
Kambria Mallory

This 525 word essay (3 pages) is about Irish diaspora, Irish genealogy, Irish society, Irish people, Racism, Anti-Irish sentiment, Europe, German Brazilians

AP US History October 27th Irish vs Germans Based on historical evidence, German immigrant experience in the 1840\'s and 50\'s was better than that of the Irish with some similarities. Irish were put down for being different from the Americans. There Catholic views were shunned. Germans were accepted more for their religion. They had bright ideas yet, were still taunted by American neighbors. Over a million Irish and Germans immigrated to the U.S. They helped the population flourish with an inc...

Kambria Mallory
Kambria Mallory

This 400 word essay (2 pages) is about United States, Presidency of James K. Polk, History of North America, MexicoUnited States relations, Physiocrats, Randolph family of Virginia, Thomas Jefferson, Bluff War, MexicanAmerican War, Polk, Louisiana Purchase, James K. Polk

November 17th AP US History Jefferson vs. Polk: Expansion Policies The expansion policies of both Presidents Jefferson and Polk were two very different strategies. Yet, they both resulted in similar outcomes. Jefferson focused more on expanding on his own terms. Polk went off the want of the American people. Both resulted in a growing country and helped shaped America into what it is today. In previous historical eras, expansion has been the big idea. There are countless accounts of people tryi...

Kambria Mallory
Kambria Mallory

This 1109 word essay (5 pages) is about Characters in Macbeth, Macbeth, Fiction, English-language films, Literature, British films, House of Moray, Banquo, Fleance, Macduff, Three Witches, Malcolm

January 5th Ms. Soto... LAL 3H Was Macbeth a Tragic Hero or Merely a Monster? Throughout William Shakespeare\'s iconic play "Macbeth," we are given an account of the main character with the same name. The story of Macbeth is one of power, loyalty, greed, and secrets. We follow our main character in his journey to rising in power and bare witness to the killing, lies, and deceit he dishes out to obtain this power. At the end of the play, it is common for many readers to find that Macbe...

Kambria Mallory
Kambria Mallory

This 707 word essay (3 pages) is about Compulsive hoarding, Collecting, Behavior, Abnormal psychology, Behavioural sciences, Psychiatry, Consumer behaviour, Hoarding, Hoarders, Collector, Animal hoarding

N. Bellino CM 104.16 06 October 2016 Expository Essay: Hoarding vs. Collecting When one thinks of hoarding and collecting, two completely different things come to mind. Healthy and unhealthy, positive and negative. But, how big is the line separating the two? Hoarding is defined as difficulty parting with something because of some strange connection with it. Usually done by a person who may be mentally unstable. Collecting is defined as bringing things together of a specific type, professionall...

Emcee
Emcee

This 1622 word essay (10 pages) is about

SCRIPT Before the seminar: Danna: Ladies and gentlemen, as we are about to begin, please be seated Hannah: I have a few housekeeping notes to make before we begin today\'s program. First I would like to seek your cooperation in completing this seminar. First, kindly switch your mobile phones to silent mode to avoid interruption. Second, Eating is allowed in the venue. Snacks will be given during the break time. Third, avoid going out while the session is going on. And lastly Be a part of our fa...

D NA Analysis
D NA Analysis

This 767 word essay (4 pages) is about Biology, Genetics, DNA, Molecular biology, Forensic genetics, Biotechnology, Microsatellite, Minisatellite, Nucleic acid, Genetic analysis, Base pair, Human genome

D NA Analysis The majority of cells making up the human body are diploid cells carrying identical DNA, with the exception of haploid gametes (egg and sperm) and red blood cells (which have no nucleus). Several types of biological evidence are commonly used in forensic science for the purpose of DNA analysis, including blood, saliva, semen, skin, urine and hair, though some are more useful than others. The use of biological evidence in DNA and genetic analysis varies, with areas of study includi...

800100-194310 St. Paul College of Bocaue
800100-194310 St. Paul College of Bocaue

This 1325 word essay (13 pages) is about Jos Rizal's Global Fellowship, Kartilya ng Katipunan

800100-194310 St. Paul College of Bocaue Bocaue, Bulacan 3018 PHILIPPINES Ang kahalagahan ng Sex Education sa kurikulum para sa mga high school students ng St. Paul College of Bocaue Bilang Pagtupad sa Pangangailangan Sa Pagbasa at Pagsusri ng Iba\'t ibang Teksto Tungo sa Pananaliksik ANDREA NICOLE A. PANGAN JEREMY JAN M. VALERIO 11- MMADT Rasyonal at Kaligiran ng Paksa Ang sex education ayon kay Mona Valisn o (2010), sekretarya ng Departa mento ng Edukasyon , ay tumatalakay sa iba\'t ibang pak...

MANILA, Philippines - The Philippines is the thir
MANILA, Philippines - The Philippines is the thir

This 297 word essay (2 pages) is about Geography of the Philippines, Baguio, Cabanatuan, Provinces of the Philippines, Dagupan, Philippines, Earthquake, Luzon earthquake

d most disaster-prone country in the world. Located along the Pacific Ocean\'s "Ring of Fire" and having 5 major fault lines, it is vulnerable to disasters such as earthquakes. The country is no stranger to earthquakes, but one of the most memorable to hit it is the quake that hit the island of Luzon 26 years ago. That powerful quake resulted in a number of collapsed buildings and thousands of lives lost. At around 4 pm on July 16, 1990, a magnitude-7.8 earthquake hit Northern and Centra...

RASYUNAL
RASYUNAL

This 409 word essay (3 pages) is about

Ang k to 12 ay naipatupad noon g 2012, at umpisa palang ay mayroon na itong layunin na ipagtibay ang mga gawaing inuugnay sa pagiging "Hands on" ng bata sa paksa. Karamihan sa mga magulang at nakakatanda sa ngayon ay hindi sang ayon sa programang ito. Ang ilan ay sinasabing sayang lamang ang dalawang taon na dagdag kung ang pag aaralan ay iisang paksa lang din naman. Sa kabilang banda, ayon sa mga survey at research na naitala ngayong taon napatunayan na hin di lahat ng bagay na tinatalakay ng...

Hillary Clinton- A Warrior Woman
Hillary Clinton- A Warrior Woman

This 881 word essay (5 pages) is about United States, Politics, Rodham family, Bill Clinton, Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump, Bibliography of Hillary Clinton, Political positions of Hillary Clinton

Would it have ever dawned on anyone in the early twentieth-century that a woman would be running for a presidential election, let alone have any role besides taking care of her family and home? In the twenty-first century Western world, the idea that women and men naturally possess distinct characteristics is often treated skeptically, but this was an almost universally held view before the 1950\'s when the feminist movement was establishing. Hillary Clinton is the first female to run for the p...

Michael Klodzinski
Michael Klodzinski

This 1038 word essay (6 pages) is about Fiction, A Rose for Emily, Emily Grierson, Emily Fields, Emily Thorne

"A Rose for Emily" By William Faulkner Vocabulary: Encroached - (v.) intruded Vanquished - (v.) thoroughly defeated Vindicated - (v.) cleared from blame Circumvent - (v.) prevent; get around Virulent - (adj.) extremely hurtful or infectious Inextricable - (adj.) unable to be separated or freed from Critical Thinking Questions: When Judge Steven tried to get Miss Emily to pay her taxes she said that she didn\'t have any taxes in Jefferson as it was explained to her by Colonel Sartoris. Miss Emil...

Genital Human Papillomavirus (HPV) #1
Genital Human Papillomavirus (HPV) #1

This 1133 word essay (6 pages) is about Infectious causes of cancer, RTT, Medicine, Bacteria, Health, Sexually transmitted diseases and infections, Infections with a predominantly sexual mode of transmission, Chlamydiae, Sexually transmitted infection, Chlamydia infection, Gonorrhea, Human papillomavirus infection

HPV is known to be the most common sexually transmitted infection in the U.S. Nearly every sexually active person will have contracted HPV at some point in their life; but most won\'t even know they had it since it clears up on its own in some cases. There are over 100 strands of HPV; although many can be harmless, some can cause cancers. The strands of HPV that cause genital warts will not cause cancer. HPV sets up base on thin, flat cells found on the surface of your skin. These cells are fou...

Elian Mejia 4-24-17
Elian Mejia 4-24-17

This 509 word essay (2 pages) is about Behavior, Abuse, Human behavior, Psychology, Persecution, Bullying, Cyberbullying, Cybercrime, Bully, Destroying Avalon, School bullying

Elian Mejia 4-24-17 Ms. Cruz Honors Bullying in 2017 has gotten up to a certain level that kids are not attending school anymore because they are afraid of what\'s going to come to them. Bullying is an issue that has been going on for a long time and many of us know about it but many of us won\'t do anything about it. Bullying has a very negative effect on many of us, we could be the one that experiences it or we can be the one that actually bullies or we can be the one that see\'s people get b...

Medieval Diseases
Medieval Diseases

This 1590 word essay (8 pages) is about Medicine, RTT, Health, Microbiology, Epidemiology, Intestinal infectious diseases, Influenza, Pandemics, Influenza vaccine, Flu season, Gonorrhea, Cholera

Aaron Argall Mazama High School In medieval times most people were sick with one thing or another during their whole life. Doctors had very limited knowledge on causes of illnesses and no idea about bacteria or viruses. They did not have many successful treatments for deadly ailments such as The Black Death, Leprosy, Syphilis and Tuberculosis. The main treatments that the doctors used included plants and herbs, blood letting and praying to god. Diseases in the middle ages were much more fatal a...

COMPARACION NIETZSCHE-PLATON
COMPARACION NIETZSCHE-PLATON

This 571 word essay (4 pages) is about Draft:Industrializacin Japonesa, Jacinto de Evia

El objeto de la critica de Nietzsche es lo que el propio autor llama "filosofia" o "platonismo". El texto de Nietzsche recoge muchas referencias a autores y corrientes de este pensamiento, algunas implicitas como la critica al propio Platon. Platon considera el mundo como un cosmos y cree en la racional idad de la realidad que puede ser conocida con un conocimiento verdadero, universal y necesario. Para Nietzsche el mundo es caotico e irracional: orden y racionalidad son creencias infundadas qu...

The Reforms of Tsar Alexander II
The Reforms of Tsar Alexander II

This 3045 word essay (16 pages) is about Russian Empire, House of Holstein-Gottorp-Romanov, Chivalry, Knights of the Garter, Knights of the Golden Fleece, Peasant revolts, Russia, Alexander I of Russia, Decembrist revolt, Alexander II of Russia, Russian nobility, Pugachev's Rebellion

Carl Peter Watts examines a set of reforms which held out the prospect of modernising Russia but whose failure paved the way for revolution. Alexander II\'s \'great reforms\' stand out as among the most significant events in nineteenth century Russian history. Alexander became known as the \'Tsar Liberator\' because he abolished serfdom in 1861. Yet 20 years later he was assassinated by terrorists. Why did Alexander introduce a programme of reforms and why did they fail to satisfy the Russian p...

Review Questions
Review Questions

This 856 word essay (5 pages) is about Fiction, Humanities, Entertainment, Film, Plot, Dramatic structure, Drama, Screenplay, Freytag, Act, Writer

In Freytag\'s pyramid, what is  rising action ?  Rising action happens in the first two stages of where the plot develops its momentum . This would happen be cause of its momentum of the suspense and curiosity to increase for the audience. In the classic Hollywood structure, who is the hero and what does the hero do?  In the classic Hollywood structure, the hero is the main character. The hero in classic Hollywood structure has a goal that can affect the actions they do and decisions they ma...

Review Questions
Review Questions

This 799 word essay (5 pages) is about Entertainment, Performing arts, Theatre, Stagecraft, Music performance, Rehearsal, Film, Musical theatre, Stage, Film crew

What are the differences between  in-the-round  and  proscenium  performance spaces?  In the round performance spaces happens in the middle that has the audience at all the sides of the stage that can be round or another shape and they do not have props or set pieces where the audience can end up enter ing freely, but they cannot change costumes between scenes. Proscenium performance spaces happens when the audience is in the front and it is a deep stage where production crews need to do t...

Review Questions
Review Questions

This 921 word essay (5 pages) is about Entertainment, Performing arts, Theatre, Audition, Casting, Acting

Why should an actor have several monologues ready at any time? An actor should have several monologues ready at any time because s/he will know what to say and what to do when it comes to the auditions. Why does the director spend time talking to the actors individually at callbacks?  The director spends time talking to the actors individually at callbacks because s/he can know what he can do with the actors having physical and mental ability to help prevent further problems in the future. S/h...

Review Questions
Review Questions

This 921 word essay (5 pages) is about Entertainment, Performing arts, Theatre, Audition, Casting, Acting

Why should an actor have several monologues ready at any time? An actor should have several monologues ready at any time because s/he will know what to say and what to do when it comes to the auditions. Why does the director spend time talking to the actors individually at callbacks?  The director spends time talking to the actors individually at callbacks because s/he can know what he can do with the actors having physical and mental ability to help prevent further problems in the future. S/h...

Review Questions
Review Questions

This 867 word essay (5 pages) is about Fiction, Humanities, Entertainment, Film, Plot, Drama, Dramatic structure, Screenplay, Freytag, Act, Writer

In Freytag\'s pyramid, what is  rising action ?  Rising action happens in the first two stages of where the plot develops its momentum . This would cause its momentum of the suspense and curiosity to increase for the audience. In the classic Hollywood structure, who is the hero and what does the hero do?  In the classic Hollywood structure, the hero is the main character. The hero in classic Hollywood structure has a goal. Their goal affects all their actions they do and decisions they make....

Lab Questions
Lab Questions

This 612 word essay (4 pages) is about Literature, Films, English-language films, Cinema of the United States, Casablanca, Mood, Emotion, Ilsa, Rick Grimes, Grammatical mood

In the film, the filmmaker uses a flashback to show Rick and Ilsa in Paris (starting at 38:50). If you were staging the play, would you include a flashback like this? Why or why not? If you were staging the play, I would include a flashback like this . I would because it shows how the characters were connected in the first place. It shows what they had together before their encounter of seeing each other in the bar that happened in the beginning of the movie. I feel like it is a way to connect...

Lab Questions
Lab Questions

This 723 word essay (4 pages) is about Literature, English-language films, Cinema of the United States, Casablanca, Films, Rick Grimes, Renault, Ilsa, Chuck Versus the Undercover Lover

The film  Casablanca  was released during World War II in 1942. Some have argued that some of the themes and plot points of the film can be read as propaganda. Do you agree or disagree? Does  Casablanca  have a political message?  I disagree because the movie was made to be entertain for the audience to enjoy. The movie came out when the United States was not part of the World War II. It may have some references to conflicts and was not very opinionated. In the scene where Ilsa tries to ge...

04.10 Segment One Review
04.10 Segment One Review

This 2132 word essay (25 pages) is about

Module One Exercise A: Borrowed Words and Useful Cognates and False Cognates Select the response that best answers the question. Which of the following is a word borrowed from the Spanish language and used in the English language? El poncho El sandwich El champu El ziper Which of the following is a word borrowed from the English language and used in the Spanish language? El poncho El sandwich La salsa La pinata Identify the cognate in the following passage. Hola, Silvia. ¿Donde estas?  Hola,...