Cheating

Cheating

As far as I can remember, the first time I experienced cheating was in my tenth grade history class. This seems like a rather long time to go in school without experiencing any cheating, but the work we were given before this point wasn?t very challenging, so there never was a reason to cheat. I?m sure there had been a time or two before then, but this is one time that really sticks out in my memory.
The first time I experienced cheating was during finals week in the tenth grade. I had a world history exam coming up, which was going to be very hard. It was made up of one hundred multiple-choice questions. The good part was that it was multiple-choice. On the other hand, there were one hundred questions. The school day started off normal. I got to school and went to my two classes in the morning. Then, it was time for lunch. As I was sitting in lunch, I noticed a paper was being passed around the table I was sitting at. Many of the people I sat with at lunch were also in my history class. Finally, the paper I was wondering about worked its

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Education

Education

In each persons life much of the joy and sorrow revolves around attachments or affectionate relationships — making them, breaking them, preparing for them, and adjusting to their loss by death. Among all of these bonds is a special one — the type a mother or father form with his or her newborn infant. Bonding does not refer to mutual affection between a baby and an adult, but to the phenomenon whereby adults become committed by a one-way flow of concern and affection to children whom they have cared for during the first months and years of life. According to J. Robertson in his book A Baby in the Family: Loving and Being Loved, individuals may have from three hundred to four hundred acquaintances in there lifetimes, but at any one time there are only a small number of people to whom they are closely attached. He explains that much of the richness and beauty of life is derived from these close relationships which each person has with a small number of individuals — mother, !
father, brother, sister, husband, wife, son, daughter, and a small cadre of close friends (Robertson 1). A mother?s love is a crude offering, and according

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