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¿Como mantener tu identidad en entre tu transformación?
En mi libro la protagonista es un chica, se llama Shauna, que no recuerdes nada de los últimos seis semanas. Ella estaba en un coma, puede recordar todos de los acontecimientos recientes, pero ninguno de seis semanas atrás. Ahora en mi libro la ella esta transformando de una identidad al otra, usando la ayudar de su familia de que puede confiar.
¿Cuál es el tema central de la novela? (por ejemplo: la realidad y la fantasía)
Es un libro de realidad, el tema central es superando todos de los pronósticos y perseverancia.
Hay un tema subyacente de amor y familia también, cual es importante muy pero no es tan importante que la otra mensaje o tema.
◦ Concentrando en el tema, ¿hay una pregunta de investigación como una pregunta esencial que corresponde a la novela? (ejemplo: ¿Es posible encontrar un ideal en lo real?)
◦ Para mi libro la pregunta de investigación es resistencia o teniendo la capacidad para adaptarse de una situación malo. Y sí es posible encontrar mi ideal en realidad, no como la tipa de televisión. Situaciones malos pasan a menudo en la vida para la mayoría de la gente, incluso los que parecen como están más rico o justo una situación mejor. Pero los que se van, irse muy fuerte.
¿Qué paso entre Shauna y su padre?
¿Qué paso al Rudy, su hermano?
¿Cómo va a sobrevivir cuando ella no sabe lo que pasó en la actualidad?
¿Qué son otros ejemplos que una buena persona se enmarcada y sin nadie a recurrir?
◦ ¿Cuáles son tres ejemplos de la novela que corresponden a la pregunta de investigación? Escribe las citas directas con los números de la página.
Ejemplo uno: En el principio hay una escena donde la protagonista, Shauna, esta hablando con un terapeuta sobre finalmente visitando su padre, Landon. Ella esta en una relación de amor odio retorcido que no puede separarse porque de su hermano, Rudy, que está en peligro.
“Era irónico que Shauna McAllister hubiera esquivado la muerte para acabar en coma.
-Fácilmente puedo llegar ahora hasta ella. Estará muerta en una hora.
-No. Cambio de planes. Nuestra manos están atadas. Te explicaré más tarde, pero por ahora es mejor que permanezca con vida./¿Y cuando vuelva en sí?
-Con un poco de suerte, lo habrá olvidado todo.
-Yo no hago negocios con la suerte.”
(Esta en Página 8)
Ejemplo dos: En capítulo uno hay un conversación entre Shauna, su tíos y dos doctores. Shauna justo Susana acaba de despertar de su coma. Los doctores van a través del protocolo normal, están hacerle preguntas acerca de lo que ella recuerda, se dan cuenta de algo muy extraño en su pérdida de memoria. Ella no recuerda un período de tiempo específico. También le pregunté por qué se podría haber encontrado rastros de éxtasis en su sangre. Prácticamente preguntando Shauna si ha cometido un crimen sin nadie a quien recurrir. Es como que atrapándola en una situación.
“-Quiero decir cuánto tiempo he estado aquí. Él dudo.
- No recuerdo nada de eso.
-No es extraño. Él miro su reglo de pulsera.
-14 de octubre. Domingo. Viniste el 1 de septiembre.
-Trató de recordar agosto.
-Nada, Más lejos.
Seis semanas desde…
Viajó a Guatemala. Eso Fue cuándo, ¿en marzo?
(Esta en páginas 12-14)
Ejemplo tres: En capítulo tres Shauna todavía esta en el hospital con su tía y tío y los doctores acaba de salir por eso los pueden decirle malas noticias. Les dicen que Shauna ha sido acusado de herir su hermano y posesión de drogas(éxtasis).
“Y el tío Trent, Trent Wilde, un amigo de la familia. No es realmente mi tío./ ¿En su casa? La acusación de Patrice de que había herido a Rudy intencionadamente aterrizó en la mente de Shauna. / Te acusando de posesión y conducta temeraria.”
(Esta en páginas 24-25)
Me elegí este libro después yo ya había elegido un otro libro pero fue demasiado difícil, por eso yo cambié a eso. Yo leí el primero página y el parte posterior de la cubierta, el libro parecía muy interesante porque se había amor y acción en el mismo libro. Pienso que es asombroso.
Me gusta mucho del libro y del tema pero no me gusta la traducción de Inglés al Español, es muy enojoso para leer un libro con gramática más peor que la tuya y soy un estudiante que está aprendiendo español y muchas palabras y nombres que no son necesarias. Además de que, me gusta mi novela mucha.
Que depende de su nivel de comprensión y la cantidad de palabras que usted conoce o si usted tiene una comprensión básica de la lengua entonces muchos libros como esto serán fáciles. Pero, si usted no sabes muchas palabras trata entender la mensaje en conjunto después de leyendo la oración. Luego trata a armar la oración en Inglés, escribe las palabras y frases para usar luego y si llegar más tarde en su libro.
According to http://www.scotusblog.com/case-files/cases/lafler-v-cooper/ the case Lafler v. Cooper is about When a criminal defendant turns down a plea offer based on seriously deficient advice from his lawyer, and then receives a harsher sentence after being convicted by a jury after a fair trial, can the defendant later seek to overturn his sentence on the ground that his counsel was unconstitutionally deficient in advising him to reject the more generous plea offer? If so, what is the proper remedy for ineffective assistance of counsel in that situation?
According to http://www.americancriminallawreview.com/Drupal/blogs/blog-entry/lafler-v-cooper-attorney-mistakes-plea-bargaining-and-remedies-09-25-2011 the way this case came about is Among other charges, the respondent, Anthony Cooper, was charged with Assault with Intent to Murder for shooting Kali Mundy and inflicting life-threatening injuries. Although Cooper had aimed the gun at Mundy’s head, the bullets ended up hitting her in the buttocks and thighs. After the preliminary hearings, the prosecutor communicated an initial plea offer to Cooper’s attorney that allowed Cooper to plead guilty to assault with intent to murder and face a minimum sentence of 51 to 85 years imprisonment.
Cooper testified that he wanted to plead guilty but that his attorney advised him not to take the deal. Cooper’s attorney informed him that because the victim was shot below the waist, the government could not prove an assault with intent to commit murder charge. The prosecutor later offered a second plea deal of a minimum sentence of 126 to 210 months but Cooper again rejected the plea based on his attorney’s advice. The case went to trial and the jury found Cooper guilty on all crimes charged. He was sentenced to 185 to 360 months of imprisonment.
Sixth Amendment to the United States Constitution
"In all criminal prosecutions, the accused shall enjoy the right to a speedy and public trial, by an impartial jury of the State and district wherein the crime shall have been committed, which district shall have been previously ascertained by law, and to be informed of the nature and cause of the accusation; to be confronted with the witnesses against him; to have compulsory process for obtaining witnesses in his favor, and to have the Assistance of Counsel for his defence."
This goes with is case because this amendment shows that a person on trial has the rite to have a say so in his or her case no matter what even if there is a error and has the rite to speak up. So because a attorney does not make the right decision he or she has the rite to speak up and say he or she objects.
For my Home Style Chicken Soup the ingredients were:
6 cups of chicken broth
1 1/2 pounds of boneless, skinless chicken breast, cubed
1 cup sliced mushrooms
1 red bell pepper, chopped
1 onion, chopped
3 teaspoons minced garlic
2 tablespoons grated fresh ginger
1/2 teaspoon crushed red pepper
Added salt and black pepperAnalysis:
-The meal that I made was more whole food than processed foods. Only the broth ingredient was brand name and the other was the packaged chicken breast which is pretty processed.
-Over all the meal itself was not that high in calories. From eating my Home Style Soup I felt nutritiously filled and satisfied by the aroma of flavors and if I had to eat nothing but this soup I could stand it for about a week but other than that the ingredients would not have a substantial impact on your body because it's filled with proteins and organic vegetables.
-Where my ingredients came from I have no clue but from a super market. My mother was nice enough to pick them up herself. I believe that there are no environmental issues with the meal.
- Fast food versus the soup can not compare, the preparation time took 15 minutes, served up to 10-12 people when given in smaller portions, and the cooking time in a Crock-Pot was 3.5 hours. I believe that every corporation benefited from the purchase of my ingredients.My Personal Reflection of this meal:
2 cups Basmati Rice
3/4 kg Chicken Pieces
1/2 cup Milk
1 cup Yogurt (curd)
3 sliced onion
1 teaspoon Ginger Paste
1/2 teaspoon Garlic Paste
1 teaspoon Green Chilli Paste
1/2 cup Tomato Puree
2 teaspoin Red Chilli Powder
1 teaspoon Turmeric Powder
1 teaspoon Roasted cumin powder
2 teaspoon Garam Masala Powder (seasoning)
1/2 teaspoon Green Cardamom Powder
Saffron a pinch
1 teaspoon Coriander Powder
2 tablespoon Green Coriander Leaves
Salt to taste
7 tablespoon Oil
Mix tomato puree, yogurt, ginger garlic paste, green chilli paste, red chilli powder, turmeric powder, roasted cumin powder, garam masala (seasoning), coriander powder and salt. Stir well.
soak the chicken with this mixture and keep aside for 3-4 hours.
Heat oil in a pan. Fry the onions until golden brown.
Add the soaked chicken and cook for 10 minutes.
Add 4 cups of water to the rice. Mix saffron in milk and add to it.
Add cardamom powder. Add the chicken pieces.
Pressure cook the rice. Mix gently.
decorate with green coriander leaves and serve hot.
25% of the meal is processed and 75% is whole food.
Calories- 520 Per serving
Total Fat- 12g
Saturated Fat- 3.5g
Since my meal is high in protein, it will help the bones become more stronger and healthier. Its also not that high in fats so the people that's eating it doesn't have to worry about getting fat. It takes about 24-72 hours for the food to digest. It takes about 6-8 hours after you eat for the food to pass through your stomach.
Chicken- Delaware/United States
Vegetable oil- United States
Salt- United States
Sugar- United States
Onions- Texas/United States
The rice and seasoning traveled the farthest. Approximately 8250 miles. The rice and onion was organically grown. Then chicken is processed. Since the chicken is processed, it went through couple of stages of machinery before it reached the store for sales.
•Political/economic: This meal cost about 25-30 dollars depending on how many people you want to serve with. Even though it might be a little expensive then fast food, it's fresh and home made unlike fast food its not old and not touched by multiple people. The company that deals with the rice made money, the chicken factory, people that processed the salt, sugar, and onions and also the seasoning. The meat and rice factory is involved.
•Social: Growing rice here in the city is hard but if a person were to grow rice rather then buying the ones at the supermarket then it would be more organic because it would be more natural. Also taking care of chicken is hard because they need a place to live, eat and run around. But if someone were to make chicken biryani with rice that was grown at home and chicken that was slaughter at home, that chicken biryani would be more fresh and healthier because it won't be as processed as the one I made.
Somethings that we knew were important to our project is the appeal of our audience. We knew that since our over all goal was trying to change the 26th amendment, we would need to have material that catered to the younger people of America. Therefore in our papers, and our visual ads, we tried to use things that would both appeal to the younger and older portion of youth. I wrote the position paper, Ryan wrote the rebuttal, Paige created the Print Ad, and Jakobi made the video. I can say that each individual role really showed in our project, in a positive way. In some way each individually assigned aspect of the project correlated with one another, and I think that shows the impact we all had on each other's work. My understanding of the election process in this country, and overall democracy, has recessed. You can write about something you might not necessarily care about, but when you start to actually reflect on that topic you get a better appreciation for it. In this case I am talking about youth voting. In this time in america, it is imperative that everyone be heard, everyone, including the youth. Again, I think that our group took a simple enough approach that anyone/everyone in our demographic could understand what we were trying to convey. Although most of the thoughts of the individuals being interviewed in our PSA were about the same, there was one conflicting idea. One person stated that they wouldn't feel sure enough that they knew what they were doing to vote. They simply thought that they weren't experienced enough as a citizen to make a conscious decision about something that needed to be changed. Overall I would say that we certainly appealed in a smooth convincing way, without using any material that would be to difficult for anyone to understand.
Q:Do you know why they vote on Tuesday?
A: Truthfully no. And honesty it's a waste, time off from work that I don't need.
Q:Do you think it's important that young people vote?
A: I do believe that young people should vote. But I don't think they should vote until they are in their 20's. They are just beginning to vote and don't know how to works and their vote might not even count until a more important and memorable election.
Q:How long have you been voting?
A: For 10 > years
Q: How far do you live from the polls?
A: I live just around the corner
Q: Do you think it's hard for other people to come and vote?
A: Yes I do. Like I said earlier it cuts time out of work.
Q: Have you voted everywhere?
A: No I have not.
Q: If voting were online, would you consider it voting every year?
A: No, because I'm not into technology since I'm older. But yes because it would be more convenient to other people.
Q: Do you have any comments for people who aren't voting?
A: Just go out and vote. It might be hard but in the end your point will get across and your voice will be heard.
(Interviewed 5 people with similar responses. Some were one worded answers due to rushed time while others were more elaborate)
I wasn't there for the decisions, Though i was there when we put out ideas for the project. The benchmark was one of those ideas.
11th grade Essential ? - What is the role of the individual in creating and sustaining change?
To show a vast majority why you want this change and to keep going about to gain this change and eventually if you have fought hard enough your wishes may be granted
How has your understanding of the electoral process and whether or not the US is a democracy evolved during this unit?
It has showed me that there is a lot more to voting than could have imagined. And also like all things in this life that we have now have be fought hard for, not everyone got it easy at all points. But us as US citizens take it for granted. People that aren't from american no more about american than the average citizen after they have applied to become an american citizen. When i become legal i will try to always vote when ever possible.
How did you decide to best relay a message to a national audience with your marketing campaign?
We decided to relay the message by getting to the peoples lackadaisical sides. By a pointing out that all you need to do to vote is mail it in and decide in the comfort of your own home. Since when you are in the ballot are you are unable to relax and choose. And also it may be out of your way a schedule.