Remember Me, by Charles Joyner
– Remember me is a description of unskilled and skilled work on plantations, how rice was grown and harvested, and the customs of the slaves on the Georgia Coast. Joyner depicts the life of slavery from the Masters, slave, and outside parities to a view seldom seen in the education system today. In His book, Remember Me, Charles Joyner relates the slave owner and slave to each other because each needed one another for survival on a daily basis. Joyner explains how some masters particularly cared for their slaves with one example being from Reverend Colcok Jones, “Tell all the howdye for me, (19)” and other forms of greetings when away from the plantation….
Cooperative Discipline or Hands-Joined Style
– After completing the “Cooperative Discipline” course through the Regional Training Center, I am planning on revising my behavioral management techniques to follow the cooperative discipline model in my eighth grade English classroom. The cooperative discipline, or the hands-joined style, is a more appropriate approach to managing behaviors in my classroom than the hands-off or hands-on styles. With the hands-off style, there is too much freedom and not enough structure in the classroom, and with the hands-on style, defiant students are likely to rebel against the teacher’s strict rules….
The Cadaver Who Joined the Army, by Mary Roach
– The demand for human cadaver research continues to exist. Countless notions have been voiced to augment the supply of human cadavers. Science writer Mary Roach believes that our bodies are of significant importance above ground instead of below. In “The Cadaver Who Joined the Army” Mary Roach primarily focuses on the benefits of human cadaver research and how cadaver donation can be rewarding. Mary Roach bypasses the super-replicator beliefs of human cadaver research and highlights the joy one will receive after donating their body to research….
I Joined- Personal Narrative
– I Joined- Personal Narrative I am a front line soldier. I was with a mate sitting at the bottom of the parapet. My mate took out his damp cigarette. He managed to have a smoke, but I couldn’t. I just couldn’t take the smell of blood, mud and rats. I could not have a peaceful smoke. The smell was always there. It did not go at all. I always fell sick and could not stand it at all. The weather was finally clear and nice and bright after so many days. Our mood changed dramatically from upset and sad to happy and cheerful….
Developing a Spirit-Guide Foundation with Christ in There Were Two Trees in The Garden by Rick Joyner
– … Evaluation The church today faces the same situation from different stories in the Old Testament. The fall of man in the Garden of Eden is the first account that is written of how humanity faces to live off the two different trees. The Tree of Life represents Jesus and abiding in Him, it is also walking by the power and guidance of the Holy Spirit. When we decided to connect to the Tree of Life, we are empowering the Holy Spirit to reveal in us Jesus. We no longer care for our selfish ambition and insecurities rather we are secure in who we are in Jesus….