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English Language & Literature: Paper One – Textual Comparison

by DannyTBrian in Languages, July 28, 2014
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This textual analysis will compare, contrast and analyze a curt comic strip by Cathy Guisewite against an extract from a memoir in The Blindfold Horse by Shusha Guppy. Although the two texts differ fundamentally in style and format, they both touch on several similar themes and mutual subjects. Both authors aim to convey each their own message, however, both trigger the reader to contemplate the evolving position of the female gender in society.

English Language & Literature: Paper One – Textual Comparison

by DannyTBrian in Languages, July 28, 2014
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This textual analysis will compare, contrast and analyze a curt comic strip by Cathy Guisewite against an extract from a memoir in The Blindfold Horse by Shusha Guppy. Although the two texts differ fundamentally in style and format, they both touch on several similar themes and mutual subjects. Both authors aim to convey each their own message, however, both trigger the reader to contemplate the evolving position of the female gender in society.

English Language & Literature: Paper One – Textual Comparison

by DannyTBrian in Languages, July 27, 2014
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This textual analysis will compare, contrast and analyze a curt comic strip by Cathy Guisewite against an extract from a memoir in The Blindfold Horse by Shusha Guppy. Although the two texts differ fundamentally in style and format, they both touch on several similar themes and mutual subjects. Both authors aim to convey each their own message, however, both trigger the reader to contemplate the evolving position of the female gender in society.

English Language & Literature: Paper One – Textual Comparison

by DannyTBrian in Languages, July 26, 2014
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This textual analysis will compare, contrast and analyze a curt comic strip by Cathy Guisewite against an extract from a memoir in The Blindfold Horse by Shusha Guppy. Although the two texts differ fundamentally in style and format, they both touch on several similar themes and mutual subjects. Both authors aim to convey each their own message, however, both trigger the reader to contemplate the evolving position of the female gender in society.

English Language & Literature: Paper One – Textual Comparison

by DannyTBrian in Languages, July 25, 2014
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This textual analysis will compare, contrast and analyze a curt comic strip by Cathy Guisewite against an extract from a memoir in The Blindfold Horse by Shusha Guppy. Although the two texts differ fundamentally in style and format, they both touch on several similar themes and mutual subjects. Both authors aim to convey each their own message, however, both trigger the reader to contemplate the evolving position of the female gender in society.

English Language & Literature: Paper One – Textual Comparison

by DannyTBrian in Languages, July 25, 2014
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This textual analysis will compare, contrast and analyze a curt comic strip by Cathy Guisewite against an extract from a memoir in The Blindfold Horse by Shusha Guppy. Although the two texts differ fundamentally in style and format, they both touch on several similar themes and mutual subjects. Both authors aim to convey each their own message, however, both trigger the reader to contemplate the evolving position of the female gender in society.

Innovative Foreign Language Teaching: Powerpoint to More

by AmarBadz in Languages, July 14, 2014
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Innovative twists in education have paved a lot of advancement in the sector. Some observers attribute this creative conduct to the involved instructor’s inherent trait. However, the teaching individual should not get the praise or emphasis alone.

Thesaurus: Polyglot

by lynnes in Languages, July 10, 2014
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Word of the Day.

Landing That Job – Speak Strongly and Carry a Big Schicht

by Steven W. Dixon in Languages, July 4, 2014
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The Wiktionary defines "schicht" as "a piece of paper, usually rectangular, that has been prepared for writing, artwork, drafting, wrapping, manufacture of packaging (boxes, envelopes, etc.), and for other uses." When you go for that interview, you’ll carry an impressive "schicht"–your resume. But the interview lasts for an hour. You’ll need to speak effectively in order to get that job.

Five Reasons Why YOU Should Teach Your Baby ASL

by Teyah in Languages, July 3, 2014
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A fun project.

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