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𝐅𝐑𝐎𝐌 𝐓𝐇𝐄 𝐒𝐓𝐎𝐑𝐘 "𝐓𝐇𝐄 𝐒𝐄𝐂𝐑𝐄𝐓 𝐋𝐈𝐅𝐄 𝐎𝐅 𝐁𝐄𝐄𝐒", 𝐋𝐈𝐋𝐘'𝐒 𝐑𝐄𝐋𝐀𝐓𝐈𝐎𝐍𝐒𝐇𝐈𝐏 𝐖𝐈𝐓𝐇 𝐑𝐎𝐒𝐀𝐋𝐄𝐄𝐍 𝐈𝐒 𝐈𝐌𝐏𝐎𝐑𝐓𝐀𝐍𝐓 𝐁𝐄𝐂𝐀𝐔𝐒𝐄. Rosaleen Daise is the mother figure that Lily never had in the beginning of the book and was there in Lily's household after her mothers death. The social issue of marriage piques the story, that wonderful, yet complex bond which tames and . Personal Issues: Anger, Forgiveness, Healing, Counseling to June's dismay that Rosaleen and Lily can stay with them in the honey house.
Use concrete evidence from real-world experience. But it is possible that too much self- acceptance can turn into self- satisfied lack of ambition. People should always strive to improve themselves and to have more in their lives — friends, things, opportunities. After all, where would we be if great people, both in history and in our own time, did not try to have more and to improve themselves?
Is it best for people to accept who they are and what they have, or should people always strive to better themselves? Common sense is considered obvious and natural, too sensible to question. Can common sense be trusted and accepted, or should it be questioned?
Respond to this question in complete sentences. Try to mix up your sentence types between simple, compound, complex, and compound complex. Also, use 2 details from the passage and three unit words. You will have about 20 minutes to complete this. Answer the following questions in a full paragraph: Where would you go and why? Write the very first sentence of your novel AND provide parenthetical documentation for that quote Fitzgerald 6.
THEN, based on that sentence, what do you think the tone of the book will be? What can you predict the ending of the book will be?
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Provide 5 sentences of a summary of what the book will be about. What makes a story worth listening to? When someone is talking to you, what characteristics makes the story valuable?
What makes you want to sit down and actually listen to someone speak? How many total quotes should you have? How many quotes from primary sources? What counts as a secondary source?
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What format should your paper be written in? How long should your paper be? Take out the advertisement you were asked to bring to class today. Then, in complete sentences, answer the five questions as they apply to your specific ad. Who is the speaker of the ad? Who is the intended audience? What is the intended message? Write a sentence paragraph answering the prompt. Create your own holiday. What would you celebrate?
How could you get others to join in on the fun? If you could end any one problem in the world, what would it be? Write about three values that are important to your family. Could you ever be a vegetarian?
Why or why not? If someone wrote a book about you, what would it be about? Answer in a complete paragraph. Explain the entire experience: What did ya do?
Who did ya hang out with? Then, in a CEI paragraph, argue for or against the following point: How does the speech incorporate pathos? Which of the elements on the board does Oprah incorporate into her speech?
Then, answer questions in complete sentences. It can be either someone you know or simply qualities of a hero. Did you miss me? Explain what you think the quote to the left means.
Do you agree or disagree with the sentiment expressed? What will you do to get yourself through the remainder of the school year? What moves do you need to take in your classes to finish with the grade you want? How do you want to end this school year, and what can you do to ensure that it ends positively?
Respond to these thoughts in one complete paragraph. Explain what has been revealed about the relationship between Lily and her mother. But this type of spirituality does not resemble organized religions, such as Catholicism or Buddhism; rather, it combines elements of magic, strange coincidences, and gut feelings.
Then, in about sentences, write a paragraph that summarizes the important parts of each chapter. In addition to summarizing the chapters, add sentences of analysis. In other words, WHY is a particular event important? Cultural factors play a major role in this case.
Although she does not completely subscribe to the racist ideology of the time, she occasionally and unintentionally makes prejudicial statements that fuel the tension of these differences. Lily attempts to fit in and ignore the differences, but she is unaware of her privilege and naively underestimates the potential for danger and public backlash.
When Lily gets involved in an interracial relationship and goes out in public with Zachary he is kidnapped and becomes the victim of a racially motivated hate crime. If the case was happening today I would recommend for T. Clinical emphasis at the middle-stage of therapy would be placed on the inherent problems with society, not with Lily. We would also focus on supporting her awareness of race dynamics, staying safe in public and coping with the impact of these hateful cultural deficits.
A child centered approach would be most beneficial for Lily because it could provide her with a reflection and container that she was not able to access in her home environment. The first stages of therapy would involve building rapport, easing anxiety and creating the structure of the therapeutic environment by establishing rules for the relationship.
Creating this structure allows a safe environment for Lily to express herself authentically Brems, From a strengths-based perspective, Lily is incredibly bright, resourceful, empathetic and resilient. Although her reflections are often colored with self-loathing, she is frequently reflective and insightful.
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Lily is a writer and finds solace in an imaginal world. Thus, storytelling would be the primary modality used. Retelling and reconstructing some of these stories may help us work with common themes or reemerging characters Brems, Termination would be an opportunity to create a meaningful goodbye and model a healthy separation for Lily, whose wounding stems from a feeling of abandonment. We would communicate about termination in advance and likely process any additional feelings of loss or abandonment.
Since we would be working with storytelling and art I would collaborate with Lily on possibly making a scrap book of some things we worked on together to show her progress. I would invite her to take that with her at the end of her therapy, this way she would have a lasting physical representation of the therapeutic relationship.