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Clive from Borderline has Asperger's

I just started watching ‘Borderline’, a British mockumentary comedy about people working the border guard at an airport. The show resembles The Office a lot – in a good way. 415 more words

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Character analysis: Lau

-Lau is the most laidback character of Kuroshitsuji. It could be the influence of the drugs, or that he really is optimistic or opiumistic. Jokes aside, he seems to be someone who is confident in himself and his abilities, and that’s why he takes life so easily. 783 more words

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If Bail Organa Replaced the Gungans...

Y’all. My imagination goes wild sometimes. After getting some family feedback about the Fixing Jar Jar post, and my Aunt commenting that the idea of Bail Organa replacing the Gungans by sending his army from Alderaan to Tatooine sounded interesting, my mind hit full overdrive, and I immediately had to plan out what that would look like. 1,188 more words

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The Tenacity of Hope

by Natalie Standiford, originally published by the New York Times, 13 January 2012

“I am not a mathematician, but I know this,” says Hazel Grace Lancaster, the narrator of “The Fault in Our Stars,” the latest novel by John Green, a Michael L. 1,102 more words

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What Really Makes Katniss Stand Out? Peeta, Her Movie Girlfriend

by Linda Holmes, originally published by NPR, 25 November 2013

This weekend, Catching Fire, the second chapter of the Hunger Games film adaptations, raked in enormous piles of dough — with over $160 million in one weekend, it’s the biggest November opening ever.  747 more words

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Character Analysis: Jar Jar Binks

I know. The last thing anyone wants to read about is Jar Jar Binks. Except that one fan theory that went viral about how he is really a Sith Lord. 1,017 more words

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New Character Analysis Resource Added!

Teach your students to analyze a character, their relationships, and the changes they undergo while teaching your fiction unit. This graphic organizer can be paired with any fiction text that showcases well developed characters and relationships. 152 more words

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