Being Elmo: A Puppeteer’s Journey (2011) Watching Being Elmo: A Puppeteer’s Journey was very touching to me. What I found best about this documentary was that Kevin Clash dedicated his puppet shows to children that were blind, sick, or disabled. Kevin’s strong passion to keep smiling faces on children helped me pick this video. I picked this film because one day I want to work with children and help brighten their world. As a child I fell in love with Elmo and I adored him greatly. Everything I owned from pajamas to tennis shoes was Elmo. This documentary showed viewers how successful Kevin Clash was with making his career a success. It showed how he strived to meet his passion, by reaching out to the producers of Sesame Street and talk shows. “Smiling faces was all I wanted to see”, says Kevin. He realized at nine years old that his dream was to work with puppets. Kevin was always looking for a way to keep the kids at his mother’s daycare entertained, so he hosted a puppet show in his backyard. Kevin’s dream came true when he got to visit the Muppet Makers. Kevin later got to train the cast of Sesame Street in the French version, and later on became the producer and executive director of Sesame Street. While watching this film my smile was as long as the Mississippi River. The families of the children felt inspired and says that it is a very important part of their lives. Young children actually learn from watching Elmo and playing with the toys. Tickle Me Elmo has sold millions nationwide, and is still popular
article in your own words.
5. to use quotation marks when using exact words from the article.
Let’s look at the sample
A Summary of "National Security Justifies Censorship"
by Roger S. Thomas
The article "National Security Justifies Censorship" by Elmo R. Zumwalt and James G. Zumwalt, appears in Censorship, a book in the Opposing Viewpoints Series. The authors assert that information that is secret and vital to the security of the nation should not be released to the press. They warn that the media…
Rationale: This lesson is being taught for the understanding of good qualities and characteristics of a person to make a good leader/president.
*Jumbo paper pad
*Notes (My notes on separate loose-leaf paper)
*Worksheet-20 copies (I would make a good President)
*Worksheet-20 copies (President Word Find)
Introduction/Motivation: The lesson will start off by talking about characteristics…
Defining Marketing Paper
The business of marketing is taking an already existing product and advertising it to reach a specific target audience. Marketing is defined by the online Business Dictionary as a “management process through which goods and services move from concept to the customer” (Business Dictionary). The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines marketing as “the process or technique of promoting, selling, distributing a product or service” (Merriam-Webster). My own definition of marketing…
suddenly didn’t have a taste for writing anymore.
She wanted us to write essays in a certain way, prepping us for SAT’s or other standardized tests. I had passed in a paper that I thought had an excellent, different, and unique way about it. However, when I got it back, it turned out my prediction was wrong. I received a rather red paper with ugly meaningless marks that I didn’t understand. She had crossed out my entire introduction and a bunch of my thoughts on the particular subject that I had found…
As of today I am 18 years old an adult which means I am no longer a foster child. All that I need to do is go to to the social services building and have my social worker put in some paper work and I should be out of the system..Walking into the building brought so many good and bad memories like the first time I came to this building it was right after my mom died since I had no family and anyone who was looking to adopt only wanted a baby or a toddler no one really wanted to adopt a ten year…
The District Court was correct in allowing the governments proposed willful blindness instruction to be read. Willful blindness instructions are appropriate when a judge determines that the “jury could rationally find deliberate ignorance, even if rejecting the government’s evidence of actual knowledge.” United States v. Heredia, 483 F.3d 913, 922 (9th Cir. 2007); See United States v Ramos-Atondo, 732 F.3d 1113, 1118 (9th Cir. 2013). When defendants put forth a defense renouncing their actual…