May 10, 2013
The Darkest Minds by Alexandra Bracke
Ruby Elizabeth Daly – I know that Ruby fears what her powers can do to the people she cares about and the people she doesn’t seem to care about. The first people she used her powers on were her parents, Jacob and Susan Daly. Ruby had kissed them on the forehead without realizing that she had erased her existence from their memories. When morning came she was a stranger to them and that’s when the PSF’s took her. When the doctors analyzed her at camp she’d seen the doctor’s memories and yelled at him that she was herself a Green, at that moment she was so scared of being anything other than a Green. Later in the years of her camp life, she had erased herself from Sam’s memory, her one and only friend at camp. Ruby was completely terrified and didn’t understand how to control her powers; she was convinced she was Green for so long that it hadn’t occurred to her that she was anything different. When Ruby snuck out of Thurmond with Cate and Martin, she had realized that Cate and Martin were being extremely rebellious towards President Gray’s intentions. She feared that Cate, Rob and Martin would use her for an army against President Gray. When she met Liam, Zu, and Chubs she made sure she had kept her distance and didn’t make any physical contact with them because she feared that she would have erased their memories of her ever being there. She hid her powers and lied that she was Green because she simply feared that they would hate her for being an Orange “Monster”. Ruby protected them with her life because she knew they saved hers, she feared that something horrific would happen to them just based on the fact that they had let her stay with them. Ruby had the PSF’s, Skip Tracers, and the League after her that she couldn’t be blamed for being so cautious. When they found the Slip Kid, she feared what he could do because the reality had made her so weak compared to other...
...more per year, Jack still decided to go with The Firm because he felt more comfortable.
Jack started the first day of work as a junior staff member at The Firm with other seven members in his group. The first day was just learning all the “Bearism’s rules”, then after two weeks, Jack got to attend a group training section at The Firm’s national training center. After Jack got back from the training, he is assigned to do audit for the Rineholt Corporation. Jerry Lisbon was the senior in charge of Cement. Jack and Jerry went to the plant to do some audit works. During the audit, Jack found out that there was a problem with the clerk who handled miscellaneous cash receipts because when Jack asked to count the petty cash, she pulled her check book and wrote a $150 check and told Jack to include that check in the petty cash fund also. The clerk has been taken out money from the petty cash fund when she needed and no one ever noticed. She asked Jack not to tell the manager because if they found out, she will be fired. Jack didn’t want to make anyone fired, but he decided that he needed to talk to Jerry about it and he did. Jack has made a good decision.
Jerry had to go back earlier for his bigger client and let Jack took over the rest of the audit works. During his observation of the inventory count, he also found out that the cement inventory manager at the plant was not doing what he was supposed to do. Jerry wasn’t there for him to talk to. Jack went and...
...become successful in his or her life. In the book 7 habits of highly effective teens Sean covey boiled down 7 habits that make a successful teen these habit are some that every teen should want to learn to go on the right path.
Being productive,begin with the end in mind,put first things first think win win seek first to understand synerqize and sharpen the saw were all of the habits for highly effective teens each habit had a different way to show what effective teens had and how they were put to use.
being productive was habit one it show you that to start with change you have to start with yourself habit 2 was to have a mission statement for long term goals number 3 shows putting the most important things roles in life first and make time for them number 4 think win win was to look for disagreements that beneficial and situations that’ll help your life habit 5 is to understand then be understood try to understand other people then be understood habit 6 find trustful communication number 7 take time to help yourself
the book the possibiltes in life that can be avalibile if I practice the 7 habits i need to work on is picking my battles because if you because you walk away from a fight you dont win or lose this showed me also to not become frustrated
and if there is a reason i do to weigh and think of my option the good and bad results
in conclusion Sean conveys book was great and has in effected my...
On the very outset of this report, I would like to extend my sincere & heartfelt obligation towards all the personages who have helped me in this endeavor.
Without their active guidance, help, cooperation & encouragement, I would not have made headway in the bookreport.
First, I would like to extend my sincerity and give thanks to our Dear God for giving me strength and His guidance
Second, I am extremely thankful and pay my gratitude to my Ms. Princess Jullah Petallana and our Dean Mr. Reynaldo H. Carandang Jr. for their valuable guidance and support on completion of this bookreport in its presently.
I extend my gratitude to Our Lady of Fatima University for giving me this opportunity. And to all individuals and organization especially to PHILIPPINE AIRPORT GROUND SUPPORT SOLUTIONS, INC. (PAGSS) that supported and gave their guidance in providing necessary information regarding to this kind of project.
I also acknowledge with a deep sense of reverence, my gratitude towards my
parents and member of my family, who has always supported me morally as well
My success could not turn into reality without these people who help in different ways. To all of you who had been with me in the completion of the requirements. I appreciate all your help. Thank you very much!
...Note to Mrs. Moore; I’m so sorry! I apologize for the lateness of my paper. You’re the best! By the way, the plot was extremely complex so I couldn’t do it without so much detail. SORRY! D:
By Myah Dalton
A riveting dystopian novel with dreamed up characters, Melanie and Wanderer, written into something amazing by Stephanie Myer becomes the extraordinary book, “The Host.” In a land thousands of years from now there is an earth, among this earth is a civilization occupied by human bodies, but their minds are occupied by peacekeeping, for lack of a better word, aliens. They call themselves souls and they live in, basically, a utopian society, where arguing, fighting, dishonesty, and aggression are a foreign topic to the souls, but there is a resistance, a group of humans who are fighting against them. Melanie Stryder is a part of this resistance and when she gets caught, Wanderer is the host inserted inside to find out where the resistance is located. As Melanie strives to keep her loves ones safe, she forces past memories of her lover Jared and her little brother Jamie into Wanderer’s thoughts. Soon, Wanderer is yearning for the relationships that she has never experienced and feels a new desire to protect them also. Melanie and Wanderer abandon the city in search for the love they’re both dying to have. Stephanie showed me that even in the most desperate times; love can fight the hardest battles.
As Melanie and Wanderer travel...
...Bookreport 4S (26) So Nga Wun Tara
Book title: Eyewitness Companions: Mythology
Author: Philip Wilkinson, Neil Philip
Publisher: Dorling Kindersley
Every human society has its mythology .Across the cultures of the world, there are countless myths and numberless gods and goddesses. The variety of these myths is fascinating, their story is entertaining, and they have inspired artists and writers across the centuries; they are still relevant to us today .Besides, myths provide unique insight into the ideas, religions, values and cultures of the people. If we understand their mythology and we will understand their world. Mythology provide both a pathway into the world of sacred, and a guide to how to live on the world of daily reality .For a society that identifies itself completely with its mythology, every action in this world has an echo in that of the gods.
This book is originally told to explain the mysteries of the world, such as creation, divine will, fertility, death, and love. As myths are a major part of many cultures throughout the world, and each area has its own myth. This book is organized by geographic region, and each myth is placed within the civilization's history and context. The key elements of world mythology, such as the hero, his divine connection, the labyrinth, the initiation, and the transformation, are explored in boxes and features...
...BATANGAS CHRISTIAN SCHOOL
Childhood Interrupted: An analysis
Caryl Mitzi M. Balmes
23 January 2014
Part 1: An Overview
“Childhood Interrupted” based on a true life story of its author herself Kathleen O’ Malley was about the dark life under the hands of a nuns in an orphanage. She was then living in a peace simple life with her mom and sister Sarah Louise until she reached her age of six when the nuns have legally abducted them. It was because when you don’t have a father to support your mother, you’ll be put in an industrial school run by the Sisters of Mercy. They are seized from the confines of their home and forced to work at their young age. They were maltreated by the people of Christ they never thought about. She’s not allowed to talk to each other even to her sister Sarah Louise. They were treated like a slave, don’t eat much and their hands get beaten if they done something wrong. This continues until her sister came up with the plan of escaping the school. One year past, they had successfully escaped and go back to their home. Her mother was filled with joy seeing her two daughters again yet quite shock and disappointed
Makabubuti ba ang makabagong teknolohiya sa mga mag-aaral ng paaralang Batangas Christian School? (BCS)
IV. Mga Layunin
V. Kahalagahan ng Paksa...
...Far from verity
After taking time reading this eye opening novel “Lies My Teacher Told Me” written by Dr. James W. Loewen, the book has open my mind to American History and the reality of everyday life, for example on the topics of Helen Keller, the unbelievable truth of Woodrow Wilson, the exploration of Christopher Columbus, and the inverse truth of heroes and sheroes. To begin with, in textbooks I have read, Woodrow Wilson was seemed as one of the most important man and promising to the blacks when it came to segregation times; however that was not the case after reading. In the novel, Woodrow actually promised blacks numerous things, quite the opposite he popularized segregation between the Southern Whites and Blacks. Just to name a few of his broken promises, the former president assigned positions in the government to the Southern whites rather than assigning them to the Blacks whom were already assigned the positions, shut down African-American newspapers, segregated the navy, and even threw out black visitors from the white house. History textbooks barely mention this “black mark” on Wilson Woodrow’s presidential term. Not too surprising, but quite eye opening that Christopher Columbus’ odyssey was the result of push for wealth, yet American textbooks doesn’t put it that way. Domination was a signature for Columbus’ journey when Loewen said “If textbooks included these facts, they might induce students to thing intelligently about why...
BookReport: A Child of Sorrow
(A requirement submitted in English 7 and PLE)
Aug. 22, 2014
Mon Alexander D. Mendoza
Class Number 26
Prof. Ma. Concepcion A. Gaffud
Ms. Jenny Flor S. Baclor
I. Author’s Background
Zoilo M. Galang was born on June 27, 1895 in Bacolor, Pampanga. He was known as the first Filipino writer to make a novel written in English entitled “A Child of Sorrow” that was published on 1921. He grew under the auspices of the Spanish culture and became more conscious under the influence of the American culture. He went to school at the Bacolor Elementary School. He went to Manila to study at the Escuela de Derecho, the country’s eminent law school where he graduate in 1919. He worked as a stenographer in Spanish and English. In his own research and study came his many and vast knowledge that you can see in his works. Attracted to the English Language, he took special courses at the University of the Philippines in 1925, and then went to Columbia University for further studies in Literature. His other works include Kahirapan at Ligaya, 1919; Isang Patak ng Luha, 1925; For Dreams Must Die, 1950; Springtime, 1929 and more. He was also the one who produced the 20 volume encyclopedia about the Philippines in 1957.
The novel started during April in the Fertile Valley. The Fertile Valley, a rural area, is the place where Lucio Soliman lives. Merry Town, a rural area, is the...