Monday, January 27, 2020
Analysis of Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens Ã After reading a part of Oliver Twist and after watch the short documentary on CharlesÃ Dickens, it is easy to say that he can be identified as a realist writer. A realist writer is defined asÃ a writer that writes about things are can happen in the real world. The initial twenty pages ofÃ Oliver Twist has numerous realist traits in it. In the principal couple of sentences of the novel, theÃ storyteller discusses how Oliver Twist was conceived and how his mom passed away due toÃ complications during birth. The narrator says when discussing Oliver Twists birth, For a longÃ time after he was ushered into this world of sorrow and trouble, by the parish surgeon, itÃ remained a matter of considerable doubt whether the child would survive to bear any name at all;Ã in which case it is somewhat more than probable that these memoirs would never have appeared,Ã or, if they had, being comprised withinÃ ¢Ã¢â ¬Ã ¦ biography extant in the literature of any age or country ( 3). Dickens having the storyteller discuss how nobody knew whether Oliver TwistÃ would survive indicates Dickens is a realist. Likewise, another piece of the initial twenty pagesÃ where Dickens demonstrates he is a realist writer is toward the finish of the chapter whereÃ Dickens implies about Olivers future. The narrator says, But now he was enveloped in the oldÃ calico robes, that had grown yellow in the same service; he was badged and ticketed, and fellÃ into his place at once a parish child the orphan of a work house the humble, half-starvedÃ drudge to be cuffed and buffeted through the world, despised by all, and pitied by none (5).Ã Here, the reader can assume that he will be a parish child as the quote provides. From ourÃ studies of naturalism junior year, or an extraordinary type of authenticity, a man has aÃ foreordained destiny, which Oliver is given when his mom passes on toward the start of theÃ novel and he is left as vagrant as an orphan. Subsequent to perusing a piece of Oliver Twist and in the wake of watching the short narrative on Charles Dickens, it is anything but difficult to state that he can be distinguished as a realist essayist. A realist essayist is characterized as an author that expounds on things are can occur in this present reality. The underlying twenty pages of Oliver Twist have various realist attributes in it. In the primary couple of sentences of the novel, the storyteller examines how Oliver Twist was considered and how his mother passed away because of confusions amid birth. The storyteller says while talking about Oliver Twists introduction to the world, For a long time after he was ushered into this world of sorrow and trouble, by the parish surgeon, it remained a matter of considerable doubt whether the child would survive to bear any name at all; in which case it is somewhat more than probable that these memoirs would never have appeared, or, if they had, being comprised withinÃ ¢Ã¢â ¬Ã ¦ biography extant in the literature of any age or country (3). Dickens having the storyteller talk about how no one knew whether Oliver Twist would survive shows Dickens is a realist. Similarly, another bit of the underlying twenty pages where Dickens exhibits he is a realist essayist is toward the complete of the part where Dickens suggests about Olivers future. The storyteller says, But now he was enveloped in the old calico robes, that had grown yellow in the same service; he was badged and ticketed, and fell into his place at once a parish child the orphan of a work house the humble, half-starved drudge to be cuffed and buffeted through the world, despised by all, and pitied by none (5). Here, after perusing the text one can expect that he will be a parish child as the quote gives. From our investigations of naturalism a year ago, or an unprecedented kind of realness, a man has a fated predetermination, which Oliver is given when his mother passes on toward the begin of th e novel and he is left as vagrant as a vagrant.
Saturday, January 18, 2020
At very outset I sincerely thankful to you for promoting me in the cadre of A. O. ( Mkt) & would like to draw your kind attention to my various earlier requests for restoration of my three increments as per the order dated 25th January 2005, passed by then CMD (copy enclosed ) by modifying the earlier order the following. 1 Restoring the basic pay to the same level as the order was to be without cumulative effect; as has been very categorically specified in the order. However, notwithstanding the above, the first part of the enclosed order was implemented long back in the year 2005, but even after so many years the 2nd part of the order is not implemented by your office till today & my basic salary has not so far been restored. It is respectfully submitted that non restoration of my basic pay as mandated by the order under reference would be in derogation of the order passed by the erstwhile CMD. my salary in the promoted cadre cannot be fixed unless my 3 increments are restored &only after restoration of these 3 increments my salary can be fixed In promoted (A. O. ) cadre . I therefore request your kind self to immediate restore my three increments ( by which my basic pay has been already been reduced )w. e. f. year 2005. & so that there is no delay in fixing my salary in promoted cadre. I shall be extremely grateful to you for the act of kindness.
Friday, January 10, 2020
Field observations of Middle School The favoritism, all once we have heard about the favoritism, but what exactly is? favoritism is defined as the inclination to favor more to some people than to others without assessing their merit or what is right. This is one of the most controversial topics in the institutes, elementary schools, universities, jobs even in the same family.There are several reasons why the favoritism is given, one is for the money, almost always see them as people with a good economic status can do what they want, from government up to schools, another reason may be the physical, that almost always occurs in women, among other things. In any of these cases can be harmful both to which is favored for which it is not, since helping one person, we do that does not strive for what they want and create for all are perfect, otherwise, low self esteem and it is to convince the person that it is useless.In the case of the school, I think we have all noticed or suspected th at there is some kind of favoritism of some teachers towards students, Millers teacher arenÃ¢â¬â¢t the exception in this case; never criticizing them, say that everything they do is good, or simply do nothing and still passed with very good rating.In these cases the damage affects the student who is favored since their performance is not brought to a limit or a high level of effort to gather the requirements of pass in already is a matter or more. Leading the favored student to create an atmosphere of comfort to her around and so accustomed to not avail themselves of their merits to get something in daily life. On the contrary, the student who is not favored, as I mentioned before, tends to have low self-esteem and even strives to be better.In my fifth time tutoring at Miller, I notice a little unusual, that many teachers probably doesnÃ¢â¬â¢t pay attention or they do it without realizing they are doing it, which was having one of the girls as her favorite student, she was pay m ore attention to this student, she was trying to talk to her more softly, and this student was as we can call it the right hand of the teacher. I am not opposed students being more helpful, but the problem is when students are being more control and yelled at any situation.The favoritism is evident in this situation. Today there was another incident at school, when we arrived at Miller, there was a teacher with male student, the teacher was furious and was demanding to call the police, and we were there for part of this whole situation waiting our turn to sing in. The teacher was screaming and angry at this student because the teacher forgot her bag in the classroom.When she returned to her classroom, she said there was missing her credit card, driver license, and social secure number card, I know some of these documents are very important for any individual, but when the teacher returned to class there was only a single students in classroom, and because he is male and most likely easy to get in trouble was blame for this indecent. I am not saying that this student was innocent, why blame only the last male student that was in class? Why not the whole classroom?Is it because maybe the teacher thinks that a girl student was incapable of stealing those important documents from her teacher; or is it easier to presume that it was a male student who stole those documents from her. I left the office before the whole indecent was fixed, I am not even shore if the teacher brought all of those documents she was saying was stolen from her gab, because when an instructor has to teach more than 30 students a day plus they have to do parenting at home as well, the responsibility becomes greater because of these a person do make mistakes as well, like forgetting those documents at home.
Thursday, January 2, 2020
Opilionids go by many names: daddy longlegs, harvestmen, shepherd spiders, and harvest spiders. These eight-legged arachnids are commonly misidentified as spiders, but they actually belong to their own, separate group Ã¢â¬â the order Opiliones. Description Though daddy longlegs look similar to true spiders, there are some noticeable differences between the two groups. Daddy longlegs bodies are round or oval in shape, and appear to consist of just one segment or section. In truth, they have two fused body parts. Spiders, in contrast, have a distinctive waist separating their cephalothorax and abdomen. Daddy longlegs usually have one pair of eyes, and these are often raised from the bodys surface. Opilionids cannot produce silk, and therefore do not construct webs. Daddy longlegs are rumored to be the most venomous invertebrates roaming our yards, but they actually lack venom glands. Almost all Opilionid males have a penis, which they use to deliver sperm directly to a female mate. The few exceptions include species that reproduce parthenogenetically (when females produce offspring without mating). Daddy longlegs defend themselves in two ways. First, they have scent glands just above the coxae (or hip joints) of their first or second pairs of legs. When disturbed, they release a foul-smelling liquid to tell predators they arent very tasty. Opilionids also practice the defensive art of autotomy or appendage shedding. They quickly detach a leg in the clutch of a predator and escape on their remaining limbs. Most daddy longlegs prey on small invertebrates, from aphids to spiders. Some also scavenge on dead insects, food waste, or vegetable matter. Habitat and Distribution Members of the order Opiliones inhabit every continent except Antarctica. Daddy longlegs live in a variety of habitats, including forests, meadows, caves, and wetlands. Worldwide, there are over 6,400 species of Opilionids. Suborders Beyond their order, Opiliones, harvestmen are further subdivided into four suborders. Cyphophthalmi - The cyphs resemble mites, and their tiny size meant they were largely unknown until recent years. The suborder Cyphophthalmi is the smallest group, with just 208 known living species.Dyspnoi - The dyspnoi tend to be dull in color, with shorter legs than other harvestmen. Some make up for their drab appearance with ornate decorations around their eyes. The suborder Dyspnoi includes 387 known species to date.Eupnoi - This large suborder, with 1,810 member species, includes the familiar, long-limbed creatures referred to as daddy longlegs. As one would expect in such a large group, these harvestmen vary greatly in color, size, and markings. A harvestmen observed in North America is almost certain to be a member of this suborder.LaniatoresÃ - By far the largest suborder, the laniatores number 4,221 species worldwide. These robust, spiny harvestmen inhabit the tropics. As with many tropical arthropods, some laniatores are large enough to startle an unsuspecting observer. Sources Borror and Delongs Introduction to the Study of Insects, 7th Edition, by Charles A. Triplehorn and Norman F. JohnsonInsects: Their Natural History and Diversity, by Stephen A. MarshallClassification of Opiliones,Ã by A. B. Kury, Museu Nacional/UFRJ website. Accessed online January 9, 2016.Order Opiliones - Harvestmen, Bugguide.net. Accessed online January 9, 2016.