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What I Learned Essay Examples

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Lessons Learned by Scout and Jem in to Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee
To Kill A Mockingbird is a novel of many lessons, by Harper Lee. Scout and Jem are the main characters about six and ten at the beginning. One of the lessons they learned was about judging people before you really know them. 42 A lesson Scout learned from Boo was about judging people. All the kids in the area thought Boo w...
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Reflection on English Class
The thing I liked most about this class was that we had a very good teacher to help us learn new things and some old ones Her name was Ms.Scanlin(AKA Jennifer Scanlin).The thing I didn’t like so much is writing this paper because I hate finals,But all and all this class was very entertaning as well as learning about commas...
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What is Romantic Love
A wise person once said that romantic love is an amazing thing. Even though this statement is true, it doesn’t define what romantic love is. As a woman who is romantically in love with a man, it is my responsibility to define what romantic love is by looking what romantic love is, what romantic love is not and showing the r...
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Freshman Year of College
I knew beginning college would be the start of a new life. Coming here to Alcorn is all that I expected it to be and more. Besides the parties and the many organizations, college life here at Alcorn has so much to offer. In college, I expected to acquire and deal with new things. Such as, becoming more independent, staying...
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My Incredible Progress in English 990
On my first English paragraph test was terrible I felt really sad,
and I almost stared to cry. I learned many skills in this class, which
is really great; I also improve as a writer. I write a little bit more
like a college student, not a high school student. At the beginning of
the class, and I didn't know how to brain sto...
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My Mother: My Source of Inspiration
No matter how hard life seemed for me and my family, I have always
looked on the positive end. When something went wrong, I would always
just look on with a smile. The reason behind it will always seem like a
mystery, but I believe that it is because of the strength that my mother
has taught me. It may seem very cliche to s...
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What I learned in High School
Is there anything in your past that you would like to change? How would you change it if you could? To begin with, I would go back and change my high school years. I slacked off and didn’t do my best. They would always talk to us about these zero level classes and of course, I was like, that will never happen to me. Unfort...
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Lessons from my Neighborhood
When I was 16 I moved to Roseville. It’s a long drive away from Ludington where I use to live. My family is much closer to our relative’s which is why we moved. Now my house is near the main roads. There are many amenities near my house; if I wanted to I could walk down to the store instead of driving my vehicle. In the sum...
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Responses to Bible Verses
Read John 6:22-71 very carefully. It is called ``The Bread of Life''
discourse by Scripture scholars. In this discourse, there are four
distinct groups of people that Jesus is dealing with: The Crowds, The
Jews, The Disciples, and the Twelve. Notice that in verse 22, St. John
is referring to the crowd, and Jesus deals w...
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What I Have Learned from my Travels
I have been lucky in my life. I grew up in the most caring family, from my parents to my third cousins, where I am treated as an equal and loved unconditionally. I have never struggled for food, shelter, or money. I do not take anything for granted and I know how blessed I am. People all around the world deserve what I have...
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What I Learned in Freshman English
When I hear about English class what the first thing that comes to mind is reading books and writing 6 to 10 pages essays. Since English isn’t my first language it gets under my skin when I have to go to English class. What am I going to do; the first question I ask myself most of the time. But English 131 has been a great...
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Marching Band
For years, I challenged a belief that Marching Band should be considered a sport. When the average person thinks of a sport, they would think of football, baseball, and hockey. They all are respectable sports, but so is Marching Band. People who say Marching Band isn’t a sport certainly have not tried it. Marching Band fits...
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Reflection on Breaking My Arm
Little did I know about the world, and its danger that can happen during any kind of active sports. My story takes place at a park when I was in Korea during sixth grade. It was a Sunday day afternoon. I was riding my bike with my friends in the park. At the park, there was a really big ramp my friends and I n...
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A Lesson Learned From Not Paying Attention
When I was in school I learned many things, but studying was not easy at that time because all I wanted to do was just hang out with my friends and I did not pay attention in school. During all those years in school I learned many things and finally I graduated. I felt bad emotionally because my parents sent me to a private...
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My Experience about College Friendships
College is a frightening place to be alone, so when you go to class you automatically look for the first face that seems friendly. I did the exact opposite this past spring semester of 2013; I chose all my classes with my best friends thinking it would be easier to study for major exams. Friends and college do not mix toget...
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My First Day in High School
Moving is a very frightening experience for most teenagers. Moving from a small country town to a huge city seemed like the end of the world. I did not know anybody and I barely knew my way around. My first day of high school, my freshmen year, I was dreading. I was in a completely new environment and had no idea how to rea...
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Unconfessed Turtle
Everyone has that one mom or dad that won’t let you keep a stray animal that you have just met for a couple minutes and fall in love with already. Well, I just so happen to be that one cute kid that wanted to keep anything and everything that I found. That would be anywhere from a rock or a walking stick to a turtle or a li...
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The Lesson I learned from the National Lego Robots Competition
Some people learn their lesson the easy way, I learned mine the hard way. One morning on a cool summer day, I was awoken by the smell of freshly made pancakes. The aroma lifted me from my bed and down the stairs. “Good morning” my mom said “Good morning mother, today is the day I become a winner” I replied. On that day of...
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What I Learned in my Internship
Investment is a tool which launches objects in any domain. This is a part of finance - the most dinamically changing subject as it based on chaotically changing figures and this most intriguing me feature of this field. Inasmuch as analyse and associate date in order to solve challenge promt me to go more deep and cope wit...
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A Personal Narrative on Learning How to Drive
How I Learned To Drive First let me start off by saying that I have never seen a play presented in a black box theater. I thought that it was going to be just a little different from a "regular" theater, only in scale, but I was caught by surprise when I entered. My initial reaction when I took my seat was...
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The Inspiration of "Share Everything" in the Poem Fulghum
All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten is a beautiful poem, written by Robert Fulghum, about how everything you learn in kindergarten can be applied throughout your entire life. You learn everything from the golden rule to basic sanitation in kindergarten and it never becomes useless information. In the poem F...
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A Discussion on the Theories of Human Development and Development of the Personality
Theory of Human Development What makes people what they are? Why do poeple do what they do? Where does personality come from and how does it grow? These are some frequently asked questions when discussing the topic of personality. The latter of the questions is actually an answer in itself. Personality does originate f...
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A Discussion on a Lesson Learned from Chapstick
A Lesson Learned from Chapstick In todays society, many people believe we live in a perfect little world: people are fed, have a place to live, and necessities are guaranteed. Our fairytale thoughts wont allow us believe that there are people rummaging through garbage cans looking for food scraps; that the homeless do...
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The Debate About Language as to Whether We Are Born with It or We Learn It
Language: Innate or Learned Language, are we born with it or do we learn it? Theres a lot to debate on this subject. There are several points of view from psychologists, medical doctors, linguists and parents. John B. Watson, believed that the environment was responsible for shaping childrens development. His views were...
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Romantic Attitude in Walt Whitman's Poem When I Heard the Learned Astronomer
Romantics often emphasized the beauty, strangeness, and mystery of nature. Romantic writers expressed their intuition of nature that came from within. The key to this inner world was the imagination of the writer; this frequently reflected their expressions of their inner essence and their attitude towards various aspects o...
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