Category Archives: P/jcirrs

Research Position—jcirrs

Shut Down Sea World Beloved animals are close to our hearts. Whether it is a pet or wild, everyone has a favorite animal. What if you were told that your favorite animal was endangered? This means that a specific species … Continue reading

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Core Value I. My work demonstrates that I used a variety of social and interactive practices that involve recursive stages of exploration, discovery, conceptualization, and development. Throughout the semester in Composition II, I have learned to validate persistence and understanding in structuring … Continue reading

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Hoyt, Erich. “Dangers to Trainers.” PBS. PBS, 1992. Web. 27 Sept. 2015. Background: Erich Hoyt’s, veterinarian, article “Dangers to Trainers” talks about how orca whales are wild animals and they occasionally will attack. He explains how many accidents with trainers … Continue reading

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Causal Rewrite—jcirrs

SeaWorld Is Putting Trainers In Danger SeaWorld Parks and Entertainment claims to have been providing personal, interactive and education experiences with wildlife sea creatures for more than 50 years. The park creates orca shows year-round featuring “specialized” whale trainers. They … Continue reading

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A10: Definition Rewrite – jcirrs

My favorite animals are orca whales. SeaWorld Parks and Entertainment has been holding orca whales captive for over fifty years. Beloved animals are close to our hearts. Whether it is a pet or wild, everyone has a favorite animal. How … Continue reading

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Visual Rewrite—jcirrs

0:01 A girl with red hair appears to be in the bathroom facing a mirror. The faucet is running and it seems she is putting water on her face to wash her face or clean off the tears. 0:02 The … Continue reading

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