Author Archives: Bryce Matlock

Pictures Can Tell the Whole Story

“Green Eggs and Ham” by Dr. Seuss was a very important picture book for me, because it was actually the first book I ever read. While the language and tone of writing was very important to the story, the pictures … Continue reading

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Conquering My Fear of Group Projects

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Pack your Bags Millennials

http://thefederalist.com/2015/08/03/yo-millennials-move-in-with-your-parents-and-youll-lose-at-life/   This is the author of the editorial, and the only multimodal element included in the entire article. I fell like he included this to make himself appear business-like or professional, so people would take him seriously. Summary: –          … Continue reading

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Becoming a Self-Sufficient, Independent Individual(Adult)-Annotated Bibliography

       Artz, Sibylle, et al. “Rites of Passage: A Conversation on becoming an adult”, Child and Youth Care Forum, Vol.27, Issue 5, Human Sciences Press Inc., Oct. 1998, 355-377. Academic Search Complete, http://web.b.ebscohost.com/ehost/pdfviewer/pdfviewer?sid=b1d50598-5fd8-49e8-9a2c-03590cab5cde%40sessionmgr103&vid=23&hid=124 This source was very interesting in that … Continue reading

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Adulting Happens After You Become an Adult

          We have been using the term “adult” all of our lives to categorize certain individuals. When we think about what it means to be an adult we all have assumptions that arise in our mind. Most of the assumptions … Continue reading

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