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Christine Harrell's Articles in Education

  • Law School: Before And After
    Getting into law school is something that can change a person's life. This can open all sorts of doors for them so that they can have the kind of career that they want to have. It can give them an education that will help them to become highly intelligent and to view the world in a different way.
  • Applying for a California Scholarship
    College is something that causes students to work with their parents to make special long-term plans. There are many scholarships available to help defer the costs.
  • 8 Tips to Improve Your Chances for College Scholarships
    Earning college scholarship money is one way to help pay for college. Although the concept of getting a full ride is appealing, the competition is tough.
  • Scholarship Information for Florida Students
    College scholarships can help pay for tuition, room, board and textbooks. Many are available to high school seniors and undergraduate students in Florida. Some of these grants target students from specific cities, while others target those majoring in particular areas.
  • Tell About When We Gonna Beat Them Rabbits, George
    Lennie, the idealistic, good-natured oaf from John Steinbeck's classic, Of Mice and Men, has a bit of a bad record when it comes to not killing things. He doesn't mean to, of course - he just happens to be physically strong and has a penchant for petting animals (and people) he likes.
  • Jane Eyre Was No Jane Doe
    The Bronte sisters - Charlotte, Emily and Ann - enjoyed great success both in their own time and in the years since for their novels and poetry. Emily was responsible for penning the classic Wuthering Heights, while Ann was best known for Agnes Grey and The Tenant of Wildfell Hall.
  • The Male and Female Characters in Macbeth: Witch is Witch?
    The struggle for equality between the sexes is one that has dotted our entire history and, while things are certainly getting better, it's a fight that has not yet been won. Men still make much more money than women do for performing many of the same jobs.
  • Not Everyone Bought the (Animal) Farm
    Today, George Orwell's fable Animal Farm is considered a classic. It's taught in schools, has been the inspiration for numerous adaptations, and has done much to reshape contemporary perspective of the totalitarian political system.
  • The Movie's the Thing
    As you surely know, Hamlet is widely considered William Shakespeare's greatest masterpiece. And this is a guy who had his share of masterpieces.
  • Hamlet Is, and Then He Is Not
    William Shakespeare has his share of quotable lines. We're talking about the guy behind "This above all: to thine own self be true," and "The lady doth protest too much," and "Though it be madness, yet there is method in't."
  • Waiter, I Ordered the Catcher on Rye
    When asked to name the greatest novels of the 20th century, it's pretty hard not to include The Catcher in the Rye on that list
  • Culinary Students Use Specialized Equipment, Techniques
    People attend culinary school for a variety of reasons. Most people do it because they love to cook. They may dream of a future career path in food service, or are simply tired of eating microwaved meals and fast food.
  • Educational Material Translation Challenges
    One might think that the use of educational materials worldwide would be a simple task. Since the principles of most studies transfer universally from one language to another, it would almost make sense that teaching materials would as well. The basic principles of math or science, for example, are the same regardless of which language explains it.
  • The Benefits Of Creative Art In Adolescent Special Education
    Art forms such as painting or music are powerful developmental tools, improving brain function and memory skills. Creative expression and appreciation are invaluable parts of any educational program but is especially beneficial as part of adolescent special education.
  • Sensory Strategies In Special Education
    One of the challenges of educating students with autism spectrum disorders is accommodating their sensory needs. Balancing too little vs. too much input is sometimes beyond educators who do not have the experience of teaching children with autism.

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