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Q3&4 Benchmark


For my 3&4 quarter benchmark I wanted a way to combine the clubs and sports teams that have molded my senior class. With 120 seniors we are all apart a club that shaped us to who we are, and I am only showing a glimpse of it. I talked with my peers and asked them to voice how the organization they are apart of has helped them, some senior it is easy to tell what their life has become. For an example Krisiti Bezhani has used rowing to show her motivation, and team work. I am telling the story of how a group of seniors have the city of Philadelphia on their fingertips to encourage them to go out into the world and make the difference they've experience within different programs. I hope my audience gains the importances resources are out there for teens to succeed in cities, and the varieties of programs. 
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Selifes are in the moment emotional expressive picture. It is like a timed moment, where you pause and pose not to mess up the moment in any shape or form or add another emotion. Selfies are told like stories. It should the proper emotion, and it is clear to the other party. Some are taken to be funny, an uncomfortable setting, happiness, love, sadness, and to even be memorable. I personally do not take selfies to upload everyday onto social media, but I take them and actually frame them. I am planning on taking selfies with all my closest friends and framing them before I go off to college. My first photo was taken in a car, as Morgan, Kaia (Morgan's little sister), and 2 of her friends and I drove to the beach to watch the sunset. The second photo is a selfie of my best friend that lives in the city where I am attending college. My third photo was a selfie I took in a car, the photo was taken because it had been 8 weeks since I last updated my instagram at the time. 
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Negative Space

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1. A negative space is the space around and between an object, of an image.

2.One should use negative space so it can enhance  It cab affect the overall "composition" of your art work.  It can also greatly improve your ability to create more successful pieces of artwork. 

3. Negative space can be used in photography because it is a concept that's been used in art, design, architecture, and sculpture for hundreds of years. It's equally useful in photography, and can be used to turn an average photo into an outstanding one.One can use it to see shapes and sizes more effectively, and produce better images and pictures.

4.  The best way to take advantage of negative space is by when we have to design something that’s difficult or something that’s not very familiar to us. Pretend that you have the lovely task of drawing your grandmother’s beautiful, wrinkly feet. Rather than focusing on the details, such as the wrinkles, toes, and nails, start looking at the unfamiliar negative spaces, such as the spaces between her toes, the distance from the ground of each toe. This will make the most regular things seem more unique and better. 

5. We can see the chair on page 34, even though it is actually not drawn because the frame outside of it is what they have drawn not the object itself but the things around. Creating the same image but in a different and more special way; that you technically don't even make!


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Phoenix Ward Benchmark "The Story of 'Jakal'"
  • What did you set out to do?
    • I set out to write a story. This was a story that was to incorporate a lot of themes I have seen with the readings I’ve been given in class, ranging from confusing, yet thought provoking plot twists, deep character development, a ‘stranger’ character, and many other things.
  • How does your work incorporate the art of storytelling?
    • My work incorporates the art of story telling because it involves the development of a character over time. This is told from the point of view from that character, which is an effective form of art because of the fact that this puts the reader into this character’s head. Each thought the character expresses to the reader give him thought and imagination on how this character works and whether or not the reader likes this character or not. It’s the art of putting an image into someone’s head, and it’s an art that a lot.
  • What do you hope your audience gains from your work?
    • I hope that my audience gains that you can make friends however and whatever way you want; just don’t forget the people or things who are important to you, may they be friends or family. It’s a message that a lot of people forget when moving to a new location or making new friends. It’s something that concerned me, and still does concern me when I think about college. It’s a new environment that’s different from how I’ve grown up.
  • What did you gain from doing this work. 
    • Not only have I gained a sort of ‘release’ when I finished this piece, but this also gave me a sense of how to develop good characters without giving them their whole life story. A brief summary is almost enough  to satiate a reader. I think this was a good story to just develop characteristics and emotions of these characters, even though there weren’t too many moments where there was a major event that occurred in the side characters of the protagonist.
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Name: Taylor Ximines

Mentor Name: Ms. Martin

My capstone is about making my community aware about what Breast Cancer is, and I made a team for the 2014 Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure that was on Mother's Day. 

For my Capstone I wanted to do something that would actually be special to me. I did not want to do a project that wouldn't be meaningful to me. So I started to think about issues that affect me gender, culture, race, and age wise. And something that seemed to be a common factor among those were breast cancer. For me personally my family has been affected by the disease, and I know for millions of other people it has to. I wanted to make a difference in anyway that I could. So my initial plan was to recruit students to join the team that I would make to participate in the race that took place on Mother's Day. The process for this Capstone was one that was long and hard at times. Things did not always turn out like I wanted them to. It took a lot of  patience on my end to carry through with what I wanted my project to be. In the end I did make a team for SLA for the Race for the Cure and did the walk/run. I learned along the way that things to do not always happen like I want them to. That no matter what we always have to remember what the end goal for everything is. I hope that by me starting this somebody in  the years to come can do the Race for the Cure under the SLA team; as well as help to take steps toward finding the cure for breast cancer.


  1. "WebMD Breast Cancer Center: Types, Symptoms, Causes, Genes, Staging, Tests, and Treatments." WebMD. WebMD, n.d. Web. 27 Jan. 2014. -

This source basically explains what breast cancer is. It tells about the disease and what it does. I used this source to explain to people exactly what breast cancer is. Some people may be unsure about what it is. So I used this resource because WebMD is one of the most credible online medical journals. So I can be almost one hundred percent sure that the information on here is non bias and correct.

2. "What Is Breast Cancer?" N.p., n.d. Web. 26 Jan. 2014.

This is the website for the National Breast Cancer Foundation. I used this website as a source for breast examinations. One of the main ways to see if you have breast cancer is to have an examination done. It could be done at home or at a doctors office. This website explains each step and what to do when it comes to checking to see if you have breast cancer.

3. "50 Fundraising Ideas." 50 Fundraising Ideas. N.p., n.d. Web. 27 Jan. 2014.

This website gives 50 ways on how to fundraise. For my project I will need to raise money in order to make my team for the walk. Having money is something I will need in order to make my team. But since I am not rich I must receive donations  and get money my own way while trying to put my team together. So this website has given me some new ideas on how to raise that money.

4. "The Big Pink Footprint:." Susan G Komen Philadelphia. 27 Jan. 2014


This is the website for the Susan G Komen Philadelphia Chapter. This is probably my most important source. It tells me what to do when it comes to making my own team. As well as giving me resources to people that will help me. When I do the walk I will need to be registered with them and they will tell me exactly what to do. So this is my most important website for doing my whole project.

5. "What are the key statistics about breast cancer?" What are the key statistics about breast cancer? 26 Jan. 2014 <>.

This websites gives the most recent statistics when it comes to breast cancer. I used this because I will need to tell people just how serious of a problem this disease is. That somebody they know has breast cancer or will develop it statistically speaking. So doing this is something that is needed to help support research for this disease.

  1. 6. Schawbel, Dan. "5 Ways to Network in the Real World." 5 Ways to Network in the Real World. 27 Jan. 2014 <>.

This source gives various ways to network. It includes whether it be on social media, or by people that I know. It gives key details and tips on how to make my circle bigger. Networking is something that I will need to do for this Capstone. The more participants I get, the more sponsors, and the more money that can be raised for my Capstone.

7.  Kelly. "Welcome." Inspirational Breast Cancer Survivor Stories | Making Strides Against Breast Cancer. 27 Jan. 2014 <>.

This is a story about a woman named Kelly. She talked about how breast cancer ran in her family and that she always did early screening and got regular mammograms. But that she still unexpectedly developed an aggressive breast cancer. But through different foundations and walks that the money raised helped her get the treatments to get rid of it. This can be used to show why my Capstone is important. That most families will be affected by this cancer and it is important to keep making teams who do walks and races to raise money to help people.

8.  "Financial Information." Susan G. Komen®. 25 Jan. 2014


This source is very important for this project.  A big part of my Capstone is the fundraising. That in order to make my team and do the walk/run on Mother's Day we have to raise the money. But I do not want to raise the money and then not see where the money is going. Or have other people committed to my team and not know exactly where their finances are going. So this source shows the Susan G Komen's finances for all of the past years. And it also explains how the finances are distributed back to breast cancer research and treatment.

9. "Corporate Partners and Sponsors." Susan G. Komen®. 27 Jan. 2014 <>.

This is a source that tells just how big the Susan G Komen foundation is. There are a lot of breast cancer foundations. I wanted to make sure that for my Capstone I picked one that was renowned and very well known. So this is just a list of so many other famous companies that sponsor the Komen Foundation and are their partners. This just reassures my team and I that we are actually working with the biggest breast cancer foundation, and it will do the maximum amount of help.

10. "Careers / Internships / Volunteering." Susan G. Komen®. 27 Jan. 2014


This is a source telling how else to get involved. I do not want my Capstone to be the only time that people are involved with this important topic. During and after my Capstone I still want people to care about Breast Cancer Awareness; including myself. So if people want to find out how they can still volunteer this is the source for it. Or even if somebody wants to continue this same Capstone idea by having a team for next year's walk then this is the source for them.

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Negative Spanish Reflection

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1) ​What is negative space (explain this concept to a fourth grader that has never heard of it)
1)It is the area around the main object.
2) Explain how you found negative space in A. your cut out?, B. in your stool drawing?
2a) I used the bigger part of the bird to create the negative space.
2b) I shade the outline of the table and stool to create the positive space.

3) Why does it help an artist to see in negative space?
3) It helps because it defines the positive space.

4) How is negative space useful in creating art?
4) It is a great way to define objects.
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A. Negative space is basically the background of the picture,where there is no objects. It is focusing on the background. the cut out the negitive space was the back piece of paper on one side while on the other it was the front cut out part. In the drawing I found the negitive space by drawing the objects then shading the background.
C.negitive space extentuates the essential image in the picture. is useful because it makes a picture looks better and nice
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Negative Space Reflection

Negative space is the space behind a object or person which will move your ideas to focus on the main point of the picture. I found negative space in my first cut out where there wasn't any construction paper. Secondly  there were spaces behind the drawn parts of my artwork. It helps an artist to see in negative space because they can determine what to draw more focus to and what not to. Also because it adds on to how to the focus of one item. 
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Negative Space

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  • A. What is negative space (explain this concept to a fourth grader that has never heard of it)

Negative space is the background of an object in a picture.

  • B. Explain how you found negative space in 1. your cut out?, 2. in your stool drawing?

I found negative space in my cut because I had two different colors and the purple was the space in the background. In the stool drawing the white space surrounding the table,stool and plant.  

  • C. Why does it help an artist to see in negative space?

If you can get rid of the object in the picture or look around the object you can find the negative space.

  • D. How is negative space useful in creating art?

It helps to see where your drawing will go or the right size for the object.

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Negative Space Cut-Out

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Negative space is the space around an object. In another drawing I did of a stool on a table with a latter and plant, I found negative space by coloring it in around the objects to form them. An artist can benefit in seeing negative space because it lets them see some images in different perspectives. Negative space is useful in creating art because you can use it to put more focus on an object and it makes it look better. 
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Negative Space Reflection

A. Negative space is the area around the main focus of a picture.
B. 1. Negative space in my cut-out picture is all the black space. 2. The negative space in my stool drawing is the area that is shaded in.
C. It helps artists see in negative space because it is just as important as positive space, and can help define the main focus.
D. Negative space is helpful in creating art because it helps you define your main focus.
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Session 1

​Group Members Present: Jalen S., Robbie M., Sarybel M. Rose K
What your book club discussed:
We all talked about the first four chapters of the book.
How you discussed it:
While reading the book individually we all wrote down things that stuck out to us. Once it came time for us to discuss the books we all were able to share questions or things we found interesting. As far as the format we thought it would be easiest to follow for us and the listeners to go chapter by chapter. Once we had acknowledged the chapter we were discussing someone would share an interesting point and we would go back and forth on things we agreed with and how the book brought in examples to support the thought. 
Any points of conflict/disagreement in discussion:
At this point in the book there is not to much controversy so it was pretty easy for us to all be in agreement. 
Questions that came up as a result of the discussion:
As a group we all are wondering about how there could be some sort of regulation in how advertisements and really anywhere uses statistics. Sort of finding a way to keep people accountable and really speaking the complete truth and not tricking people. 



Negative Space Drawing

Negative space is space around a drawing or painting in other words a piece of artwork that makes up the picture or makes it look better. I found negative space in my cut out of the bird with the blue paper that showed the negative space in the drawing to the actual picture that was in pink. I found negative space in my stool drawing by the different shapes that were around the table that made it look like a table with triangles and rectangles that almost made up the picture. So space that was not containing a object was the negative to the drawing. It helps a artist to see in negative space because it can really extenuate the picture that you are trying to show and shows the central image if you know what you are trying to show around that. Negative space is important in creative art because it allows the artist to again focus on what they want to show and the viewer really gets to wrestle in there mind the difference in the both. For example in bird cut out.
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Quarter 4 Final Reflection

Zack Hersh Señorita Manuel

“Una elección primaria y también especial”
Por Committee of Seventy

Este es mi último reflexión del año. Después de un año de reflexión después de reflexión después de reflexión, semana después semana, este finalmente es mi último. Cada semana yo escribía por lo menos dos cientos palabras sobre un artículo y hablar sobre lo. A veces estaban completados en clase, otras veces no, pero en orden de asistir en la clase de español cuatro el próximo año, yo tenía que hacer uno cada semana.Esta reflexión va a ser un reflexión en mis reflexiones pasados por el año. A veces, fueron una lata, y a veces, yo los disfrutaba. Haciendo los me ayudó quedar informado en los deportes y los Phillies, y también los sucesos actuales. Para este reflexión (cuantos tiempos ha decido “reflexión” en este reflexión?) contar como un reflexión, lo tiene que ser sobre un artículo. Entonces, para mi último, yo leí un artículo sobre los eleciones primarias que son solo dos días lejos, este Martes el viente (yo saberia porqué no tenemos que ir a escuelo eso dia). El artículo habla sobre muchas de las mismas cosas que el uno que yo leí el Viernes pasado. 
Y ahora, estoy completado todos mis reflexiones del año. No habere otra reflexión de mi por lo demas del año de escuela. (Yo dijo “reflexión” once, ahora doce veces!)

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First Podcast

  • Group members present during the discussion?

  • Robert Jenkins, Martez Cards, Niyala Brownlee, and Markitra Kesse

  • What your club discussed?

  • Introduction and Chapter one

  • How you discussed it?

  • Our discussion was about biases in statistics and if its possible to have a statistic without a hidden agenda.  

  • Any points of conflict/disagreement in discussion?

  • We disagreed on what was a bias study and how are the displayed.


Negative Space Drawing and Cutout

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A. Negative space is the empty space around the subject of a drawing or photo. The negative space is just as important as the subject because the negative space can make the subject stand out more.

B. I found the negative space in the cutout with the base paper after I cut out the traced template that was in another color. I found the negative space in the still-life when I was drawing only the outside lines of the objects and shading in the empty spaces.

C. I helps an artist see in negative space because the negative space defines the subject of the drawing or photo. Without paying attention to negative space, the subject could just blend into the background.

D. Negative space is helpful in creating art because the negative space like explained in the previous question, makes the subject stand out and the negative space can make the drawing more interesting.

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Negative Space Cut Out Reflection

A. What is negative space (explain this concept to a fourth grader that has never heard of it)

Negative space is the space around a subject in a image.

B. Explain how you found negative space in your 1. your cut out? 2 in your stool drawing?

I found the negative space in my cut out by finding the space that was outside the tree the I cut out.  In my stool drawing it was the same as my cut out.  I founf the space outside the stool and lamp.

C. Why does it help an artist to see in negative space?

It helps when an artist can see in negative space becasue it can help the person who is looking at the art to get a better undersanding at what they are looking at.

D.  How is negative space useful in creating art?

Negative space is useful in creating art because it helps make the drawing look better.

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Book Discussion (Introduction- chapter 3)

  • Group members present during the discussion?

  • Taylor Ximines, Tsion Habtamu, Tyikenyua Anthony, Ananda Knight

  • What your club discussed?

  • Our club the introduction of the book up until chapter 3.

  • How you discussed it?

  • We started out discussing what each chapter was about and what we got from it. We were able to make connections with the book and our personal lives as well as school assignments that we could relate to what we read. Each of us took turns stating our opinions of what we read, using quotes from the book to support our understandings.  

  • Any points of conflict/disagreement in discussion?

  • No. For the most part every part of the book that we have read thus far we have all agreed on what the book was saying and how we interpreted it.

  • Questions that came up as a result of the discussion?

  • After reading the first three chapters we all are wondering what other statistical tools can be used to deceive people. So for the next few podcast the question of ways to not lie with statistics will be present.

Podcast :

Negative Space: Drawing and Cutout

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  • A. What is negative space (explain this concept to a fourth grader that has never heard of it)
Negative space is the space inside a picture that is not in the main object of that picture so Its basically the rest of the paper that isn't taking up by the picture that was actually drawn.

  • B. Explain how you found negative space in 1. your cut out?, 2. in your stool drawing?
First the cut out I found the negative space by cutting out the template and and used that to trace it on another piece of paper so that all of the space surrounding the drawing becomes the negative space and then when it comes times to do the other side just reverse and what was white becomes black and what was black becomes white.
  • C. Why does it help an artist to see in negative space?
It allows said artist to be more precise in the drawing and that make the picture that much better. 

  • D. How is negative space useful in creating art?
Well first of all like I said in the question before this it makes the art that more precise and sharp thus making the art look better but it also helps by adding a creative aspect to it all making the picture interesting to look at.

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Negative Space

A. What is negative space (explain this concept to a fourth grader that has never heard of it) Negative space is when you have a drawing that has no detail and that is just the outline of the project and the rest of the paper is just black. 

B. Explain how you found negative space in 1. your cut out?, 2. in your stool drawing? The way I saw negative space in the stool drawing or flower in my case was when I was coloring the paper in i could see the outline of the flower and there was nothing in it just white space. For the cut out I saw that the second half of the bat was nothing more then just a outline combined with the other half. 

 C. Why does it help an artist to see in negative space? I think it can help because when you don't know how you want to start it a outline will give you a visual of what its going to look like in the end and if you like it you can do it a plus it also make it look like a outline of a drawing 

D. How is negative space useful in creating art? I think that negative space is useful in creating art because you have the out line when you have negative space if you are unsure about you drawing the negative space can give you a way of what i looks like plus its something that is easy too do and i know people that are not creative can do this without being artiest
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Article Response #5 [Q4]

Lauren Thomas

Senorita Manuel Q4

Un día con Tim Burton

Estoy escribiendo una respuesta a este artículo porque me gusta el trabajo, la animación y el cine Tim Burton crea. La gente ve a Tim Burton como un género loco, pero por dentro esconde pero por dentro esconde un alma sensible capaz de crear personajes entrañables. Tim Burton nació en Burbank, California, el veinticinco de agosto de mil novecientos cincuenta y ocho. Comenzó se carrera en la compañía Disney como dibujante. Sin embargo, Tim Burton muy pronto comprendido que los cuentos infantiles que Disney hicieron y que allí se rodaban eran diferentes a los que él imaginaba.

Tim Burton's second film, Bitelchús, fue una divertida y nada terrorífica historia de fantasmas protagonizada por Michael Keaton. Another Burton film, Eduardo Manostijeras, was well-received among critics. This film, Eduardo Manostijeras, also marked the beginning of his collaboration with Johnny Depp. Johnny Depp se encuentra en casi todas las películas de Tim Burton ha hecho. Johnny Depp ha estado en Alicia en el País de las Maravillas, Dark Shadows, Charlie y La Fábrica de chocolate, Sweeney Todd, el barbero diabólico de la calle Fleet, Sleepy Hollow, y Ed Wood. Johnny Depp también ha estado en las animaciones de Tim Burton. Johnny Depp ha estado en La novia cadáver.

Pero la magia de Tim Burton no se detiene.

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Article Response #4 [Q4]

Lauren Thomas

Senorita Manuel Q4

Godzilla al habla

Hoy, el dieciséis de mayo, dos mil catorce, la nueva adaptación cinematográfica de las famosas películas de Godzilla llegó a los teatros. Director de cine Gareth Edwards fue elegido para dirigir esta blockbuster del año. Gareth Edwards no podía creer que Hollywood lo recogió. “Todavía estoy sorprendido y me tengo que abofetear cada mañana," Edwards dijo. Él continuó, "Y ahora que veo los posters por toda la ciudad sé que para siempre seré 'el tipo que hizo la secuela de Godzilla'. La cuestión es cómo me recordará la gente." Para alguien como Edwards, recibir la oferta de dirigir Godzilla es una especie de milagro.

La principal responsable por el dinosaurio radioactivo en la pantalla grande es porque de La productora Legendary Pictures. Este cabreado nacido dinosaurio radiactivo es de las ruinas de Hiroshima y Nagasaki en mil novecientos cincuenta y cuatro. El dinosaurio radioactivo es concebido por las estudios japoneses Toho. El película ha un casting nada desdeñable: Bryan Cranston (Walter White en Breaking bad), Juliette Binoche, Elisabeth Olsen y Ken Watanabe.

Para Edwards, “Godzilla es la representación de la ira de la naturaleza que se rebela contra el hombre. No puedes ganar en ese lucha. La naturaleza siempre nos va a ganar y ese es el subtexto de la película. Godzilla es el castigo que nos merecemos por lo que estamos haciéndole al planeta. Hemos trasladado las preocupaciones de la película original al mundo de hoy, que desafortunadamente no parece haber cambiado mucho desde entonces”.

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Article Response #3 [Q4]

Lauren Thomas

Senorita Manuel Q4

La muerte de un ‘caddie’: ¿sentimiento o negocio?

El Open de Madeira parecía maldito. El Open de Madeira es el torneo 1,500 en la historia de circuito europeo. Había niebla en el campo de golf durante del juego en jueves, el ocho de mayo dos mil catorce. La niebla obligó a suspender la jornada del jueves. En viernes, el nueve de mayo, dos mil catorce, el juego se retrasó seis horas. En domingo, el once de mayo, dos mil catorce, la primera ronda no acabó hasta 10:00. Algo muy inusual, fue que el torneo se disputó a solo 36 hoyos. Pero lo peor no fue eso. El caddie, de el jugador Alastair Forsyth, Iain McGregor, de 52 años, se desplomó. Iain McGregor se desplomó a la izquierda de la calle del hoyo nueve, a unos ciento treinta metros del green. El médico de el Open de Madeira le ayudó Iain McGregor. Sin embargo, McGregor falleció a causa de un infarto. El juego se suspendió temporalmente. Se preguntó si el torneo debe terminar o continuar. Hubo reuniones y llamadas telefónicas para ayudar a determinar.

“Decidimos seguir jugando porque sentíamos que era lo que él hubiera querido”, explicó Forsyth, el jugador que empleaba a McGregor; “le conocíamos desde hace 15 años y era un hombre muy popular y querido. Era la alegría del cuarto de caddies”.

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Article Response #2 [Q4]

Lauren Thomas

Senorita Manuel Q4

La policía busca en el río el arma que mató a Isabel Carrasco

Isabel Carrasco Lorenzo, de 59 años, era la presidenta de la Diputación de León desde 2007. Isabel Carrasco Lorenzo era también la presidenta del Partido Popular en esa provincia desde 2004. On el trece de mayo, dos mil catorce Isabel Carrasco Lorenzo fue tiroteada. Fue poco después de las cinco de la tarde, por el paseo de la Condesa de Sagasta, muy cerca de su domicilio en la capital leonesa. Una mujer de cincuenta y cinco anos y su hija, de treinta y cinco, son las supuestas autoras del crimen. La investigación no ha demostrado cual sospechoso disparó el arma. Los dos sospechosos, la mujer y su hija, se han negado a aportar ningún dato a la investigación. La persona que vio el asesinato y que identificó a las presuntas autoras fue un policía jubilado.

Yo aprendí nueva vocabulario de este artículo. Uno frase que aprendí fue la causa de la muerte de Isabel Carrasco Lorenzo. Yo aprendí que "shock hipovolémico [hemorragia] y destrucción de centros nerviosos superiores, provocado por una agresión por arma de fuego" es "hypovolemic shock [bleeding] and destruction of higher nervous centers, caused by an assault firearm" en Inglés. Yo aprendí que un policía jubilado es “a retired police” en Inglés.


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