Farm Girl

  • Farm Girl

    Hemauer's Farm Girl 1.) I think the purpose of Hemauer writing this essay was to remind herself of the time on the farm and share with her audience the things that she learned from it.  She is almost giving a reason for why she turned out the way she did, but she is extremely proud about it.  An older audience might perceive it as a child that actually lifted a hand like they did back in the day, whereas a a majority of the younger audience might not be able to relate to working on the farm. 2.) I

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  • Boys and Girls

    ENG/125 July 16, 2012 Literature in Society In the story "Boys and Girls" by Alice Munro, she tells a story about a young girl whom resists womanhood during the time of society where men and women were not considered equal. A mother’s role was in the house and a man’s was outside the house. Men were the dominant figures in the household whereas the women were subservient. This story occurs on a family farm outside Jubilee, Ontario, Canada during the 1940s. Munro's narrator has

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  • Girls

    without even acknowledging the fact that we're still there. *Also, when we tell you you're pretty/ beautiful/ gorgeous/ cute/ stunning, we freaking mean it. Don't tell us we're wrong. We'll stop trying to convince you. The sexiest thing about a girl is confidence. Yeah, you can quote me. *Don't be mad when we hold the door open. Smile and say "thank you." Let us pay for you. Don't "feel bad." We enjoy doing it. It's expected. Smile and say - everybody together now - "thank you." *Kiss

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  • Farm Girl

    Farm Girl by Jessica Hemauer was very interesting as well as informative to me. In reading this essay it shows that growing up on the farm for Jessica during her childhood was hard but at the same time a learning experience. This is a great essay for young children to read in order to see the importance of learning responsibility as well as the meaning of working hard. When Jessica starts off the story she begin to tell how she is very tired and would like to stay in the bed just a little longer

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  • Farm Girl

    “Farm Girl” Michelle Brown Van Hooks ENG 115 May 16, 2013 In reading the essay “Farm Girl” written by Jessica Hemauer, I find that her situation plays a common role in many lives today. Jessica had to give up most of her childhood to help her family with the farm. In doing so when she is finally able to participate in child like activities, she realizes how her hard work on the farm helped build her character. I find the main point of Jessica’s essay is she realizes how all of her hard

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  • Conventional Farms vs. Organic Farms

    Jasmine Soto Conventional Farms Vs. Organic Farms When explaining to someone the advantages and disadvantages of both conventional and organic farms, it is important to start off with the basics: defining the two. A conventional farm is a farm which uses growing methods which are the most universally used and widespread. Conventional farming is not dedicated to alternative methods of growing foods or raising livestock which means they participate in the use of chemical plant protectant, fertilizers

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  • Farm Girl

    Professor Debora Aubuchon English 115 The essay I read was Farm Girl, by Jessica Hemauer. In this essay Jessica explained her life as a young farm girl, and how this helped her as she older. She talked about how much more mature she was than others in her class in high school. She explained how she had better time management skills, when she obtained a job outside of her fathers farm. She expressed how her fathers farm helped her gain these skills (Hemauer’s .J.2011). She also elaborated

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  • Farm Girl

    English 115 08/12/2013 Assignment 1.2 Summary and Personal Response Final Draft In the essay “Farm Girl” Written by Jessica Hemauer I think one of the main points in the story is the work ethics that are taught at a young age turns to make them successful at life. A family of three girls Jessica who the story is told from her perspective. And Sisters Angie, Melissa and one boy Nick that work on the farm to provide for themselves. They all do chores get up two hours before school and start milking

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  • Farm Girl

    | Farm Girl | Assignment 1.1 Summary and Personal Response | | | | The essay that I’ve chosen to write about is “Farm Girl” by Jessica Hemauer. The author’s most important point is how she can’t have the same life as her friends. Since she’s a farm girl, she has to make that a priority in her life. Regular students make their social lives their main focus. For Jessica, doing her farm chores is more important than extracurricular activities in school. Although she’d rather play a

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  • Girls

    When the Need to Appease Destroys I started watching Girls in April of 2012, when the pilot episode premiered; the first season was fantastic. “Girls” has none of the cheeriness , and forced punch lines of “2 Broke Girls” or “New Girl”, which also focus on women in their 20’3 “trying to figure out life.” Hannah, Lena Dunham’s character, is not a heroine. She is unpleasant, annoying, selfish and a ‘tamed crazy’ in ways that are only occasionally endearing. Her friends are differently flawed, but

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  • Girl

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  • Farm Girl

    1. What are your goals for this course? My goals for English are to improve my writing skill and reading skill. Read lots of books, and im week an reading. This course is on writing and reading. I like to inprovethese skills the most like to write but my most spelling is not correct. And I didn’t read so many books. I’ll work hard for that. These are my goals for English. I'm goanna work hard and hope I'll have fun and be successful in this course. 2. How do you expect to use writing in your

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  • The Farm Girl

    A Short Summary of “Farm Girl” by Hamauer Ruth Embaye Professor Michael Gueltig January 19, 2012 “Farm Girl” by Hamaeur Jessica Hamaeur wrote ‘Farm Girl’ as a form of her life history. Through the story, she describes how her siblings and she grew up on the farm. The reader gets to understand that the children were brought up by parents who had an eye for responsibility. Through the roles that the children had to play each day before and after school, the reader learns that the children

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  • Farm Girl

    Professor Carrie Miller English 115 October 26, 2013 “Farm Girl” by Jessica Hamauer. Summary and Personal Response “A typical ten year old child does not have to wake up at five in the morning to do chores” Hamauer essay (as cited in Roen, Glau, & Maid, 2011, p. 83, para. 1). This was how Jessica felt at ten years old regarding farm chores that were required. After gaining her freedom, she realized that her demanding upbringing on the farm was actually a huge benefit to her in life. This strenuous

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  • Farm Girl

    Summary of Farm Girl Anderson Jude ENG 115 Professor Chris Swindell Strayer University October 23rd, 2013 The short story Farm Girl is an in depth look at life through the eyes of a young girl growing up with her family on a farm. Throughout this non-fiction story the author Jessica Hemauer, does an amazing job of describing her surroundings to pull the reader in and make them feel like they are there with her. She begins as a younger girl describing how difficult it is for a child to awake

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  • Farm Girl Summery and Response

    Farm Girl Summary and Response While reading Jessica Hemauer’s essay “Farm Girl” my first impression was this poor girl. Life must have been hard for her growing up. I could not even begin to imagine how she must have felt. Being and young girl and getting up so early to do chores, and then to do more chores after school let out is a lot for any child to handle. I also began to understand the responsibility she was gaining at a very young age. There are a lot of kids this day and age that have

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  • Animal Farm

    Animal Farm George Orwell 1945 I Mr. Jones, of the Manor Farm, had locked the hen-houses for the night, but was too drunk to remember to shut the popholes. With the ring of light from his lantern dancing from side to side, he lurched across the yard, kicked off his boots at the back door, drew himself a last glass of beer from the barrel in the scullery, and made his way up to bed, where Mrs. Jones was already snoring. As soon as the light in the bedroom went out there was a stirring and a fluttering

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  • Spice Girls and Girl Power

    Topic: Spice Girls and the normalizing spread of girl power Using Spice Girls as a point of study, I intend to research the spread in American popular culture of the ‘girl power’ phenomenon. It would discuss the nature of the idea (that female appearance and sensuality, and equality need not be mutually exclusive), how the concept relates to perceptions of gender roles and power through the lens of girl culture (for mainly the tween and teen groups) and the ways in which Spice Girls – as a major

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  • Animal Farm

    Animal Farm An Allegory of the French Revolution By Travis Booker English 1302 Mrs. Simpson April 18, 2012 What is an allegory? Allegory is a device used to present an idea, principle, or meaning, which can be presented in literary form, such as a poem or novel, in musical form, such as composition or lyric, or in visual form, such as in painting or drawing. It is also seen in scriptural passage. Allegory communicates its message by means of symbolic figures, actions, or symbolic

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  • Farm Girl

    In “Farm Girl” by Jessica Hemauer, the author’s key points were that some things she was made to do as a child had a great value later in life. Those tasks can mold an individual and, in turn, teach that individual responsibility and how to be accountable for their actions. The chores bothered her because she had the responsibility of being a farmhand on her family’s farm and therefore, was unable to hang out with her peers. Finally, after she was given the opportunity to participate in extra-curricular

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  • Boys and Girls

    Boys and Girls Recent history boldly notes the protests and political unrest surrounding the Vietnam Conflict during the 1960s and 70s. However, equally important in this era are the women who pushed for gender role and publicly rebelled against the established social norm of a woman's "place." Although Alice Munro may not have been burning her bra on the courthouse steps, threads of a feminist influence can be found in "Boys and Girls." Munro's main character, a girl probably modeled after Munro's

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  • Country Girls

    faced with interracial issues,which are explored through the development of the characters, actions and personal dilemmas of a privileged white boy and an ultimately powerless black girl. The story was about a white boy named Paulus and a black girl named Thebedi. Paulus was the son of the farmer who owned the farm that Thebedi worked in. They used to play together when they were younger. They had a secret sexual relationship with each other when Paulus was 19 and Thebedi was 18 . Paulus went off

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  • Its a Girl

    It's A Girl This documentary caught my attention from the very beginning, when I heard of a woman in India killing eight of her baby girls just because she did not want a daughter, but a son. She would keep getting pregnant in hopes of having a boy. I was in disbelief to see the facial reaction she had as she told her story, without guilt or regret, just no emotion at all. She believes women have the power to give life and the power to take it away. I disagree with that statement because each

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  • Natureview Farm

    Natureview Farm success, growth strategy and financial analysis of the three options under consideration Natureview Farm yogurt originated in 1989 and was based on the family recipe that used only natural ingredients, and no artificial flavors or thickeners. That was one of the main points of differentiation from bigger competitors such as Dannon, Yoplait, and Breyers, and gave the Natureview farm yogurt the privilege of a niche producer. Moreover, Natureview Farm’s yogurt’s average shelf life

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  • “Farm Girl,

    In Jessica Hemauer’s memoir “Farm Girl,” time management is her most important point. As she describes her experience as a farm girl from childhood to adulthood, she invites us to feel the difficulty that she had to face, accepting her duties and responsibilities, and find what she has become as an adult. Through her captions in different phases of her life, she let us feel the turmoil of growing up—reflecting all that she has been through in the genre of personal essay. Recalling at ten

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  • Girl

    Luis M. Rojas Professor Jose Rodriguez ENC1102 Composition II February 3, 2015 “Girl” The story "Girl", shows family togetherness and the love of a mothers like raise her daughter in order to teach her how she could carry out the duties when she will be an adult woman. Still, the story shows a complex relation of mother-daughter in this monologue story. Moreover, the story shows a mother, who always is giving orders to her daughter all the time, since the beginning to the end of the

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  • The Journey to the Brothers’ Farm

    The Journey to the Brothers’ Farm The apartheid era in South Africa caused a separation between black and white people. The white people had the upper hand, because they had a way stronger financial background, which enabled them to employ black people to work for them. The black people were therefore undermined, and they worked as slaves. This problem is processed in the short story “The Journey to the Brothers’ Farm”, in which we are introduced to a girl named Annelie. She lives in South Africa

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  • Animal Farm

    Animal Farm Chart Comparison of characters to Russian Revolution Animal Farm Russian Revolution Mr. Jones •irresponsible to his animals (lets them starve) •sometimes cruel - beats them with whip •sometimes kind - mixes milk in animal mash Czar Nicholas II •a poor leader at best, compared to western kings •cruel - sometimes brutal with opponents •Sometimes kind - hired students as spies to make $ Old Major •taught Animalism

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  • Girl Who Cried Tiger

    out to eat and pretty much never left his home, only to get the ingredients for his upcoming lunches. Late one afternoon as the tiger was enjoying a meal he had just made; a loud noise erupted out of nowhere. It was a siren and what seemed to be a girl screaming “TIGER… TIGER!” The noise was so loud that it had caused the tiger to leap off his seat knocking is his lunch over onto the floor. “What the heck!” growled the tiger as he quickly picked up the remains of his lunch off of the floor. “That

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  • Animal Farm

    Cowshed, the animals in Animal Farm fought Mr. Jones and his men. Mr. Jones WAS the farmer of Manor Farm, but since the animals won the Rebellion, it is now called Animal Farm and owned by animals. The pigeons alerted the animals that Jones and his men were going to attempt an invasion on the farm to get it back. Jones and his men broke the barred door holding sticks while Mr. Jones was holding a shotgun. The animals fought wisely and Snowball, the cleverest pig on the farm, led the attack. Snowball ran

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  • Farm Girl

    Farm Girl In Jessica Hemauer’s essay “Farm Girl," Jessica explains the ups and downs of living on a farm. Jessica shares her feelings of anger, sadness, and jealousy, but we also see how truly grateful she is about the life lessons she gained as a Farm Girl. Jessica gets up at 5 am with her two sisters, Angie and Melissa and her brother, Nick, so they can help their father with the morning chores. After getting up they start their morning routine of “washing their faces, brushing their teeth

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  • Farm Girl

    Farm Girl by Jessica Hemauer David Smith ENG115 Charles P. Bretan January 13, 2016 “Farm Girl" Hemauer composed this article since she needed peruses to peruse about what her life was similar to experiencing childhood with a ranch, and how she needed to oversee and assume the responsibility for her distinctive way of life that no different children had encountered. Regardless of on the off chance that she was the "ranch young lady," or the girl that was in school exercises, she was continually

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  • The Journey to the Brothers Farm

    the brothers’ farm is a short story written by the British author Pippa Gough. The short story is from Once Upon a Time There Was a Traveller. The Journey to the brothers’ farm tells the story of a woman named Annelie Louw who runs Louw Stores on her own since her husband, Vernon Louw, died three years ago. Every Monday she drives to Tweekopfontein to stock up on good for the store from Van Riebeck Wholesalers. Her journey takes her past the turn-off to Veldplatt, the Krugers’ farm. During her

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  • Farm Girl

    Farm Girl – Jessica Hemauer The essay titled "Farm Girl", written by Jessica Hemauer was very intriguing to me. In her story, she describes how her journey as a child, growing up on a farm can be difficult, yet rewarding lifestyle. Jessica faced many challenges in her childhood leading to her young adulthood. I believe the most important point that she describes is, that hard work and focus will pay off. The story begins with Jessica awakening very early to the sound of her alarm clock. This

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  • Are Girls Better Than Girls

    Are Girls Smarter Than Boys Ok so there is a debate that is explaining how girls are better than boys. And even though there is a lot of evidence supporting that claim, i think that they are wrong. There are many reasons explaining that girls are not smarter than boys. And guess what most men can reach to higher levels of jobs the women can get. So that would mean that means that since they can get to higher levels, than that means that they are smarter. SO i am going to be telling you

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  • Animal Farm

    corrupts absolutely” How is this explored in Animal farm and film Antz To a large extent absolute power… corrupts absolutely. Total control perverts governments unequivocally, as the consequences of power versus powerlessness are explored. Composers have used varied literary and film techniques to highlight totalitarianism, the abuse of power and propaganda. Animal Farm and Antz firmly demonstrate this. Absolute power corrupts absolutely. In Animal Farm satire is used to demonstrate the impacts of

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  • Animal Farm

    Animal Farm is a novel that appears at first glance like a children's book metaphor to represent Russia, but it's much broader than that, it's the mistakes of all men with absolute power. Animal Farm is a historical novel that illustrates the idea that absolute power corrupts absolutely and with corruption comes lack of equality among the people. George Orwell uses: metaphors, fables, satire, illusion, and characterization to convey the ideas that men make mistakes with too much power. Animal

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  • The Girl

    his biographers to increased scholarly, inferential, and imaginative activity. (Marder, 1963, p. 156) What is certain, since it is documented through baptism of the children, is that he was married to Anne Hathaway, a fairly well connected Stratford girl, older than himself, when he was eighteen, and they had three children: a daughter, Susanna, and twins, Hamnet and Judith. Despite this, or maybe because of it, he spent the vast majority of his life away from home in London where most of his writing

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  • Animal Farm

    TEACHER’S GUIDE TO THE SIGNET CLASSIC EDITION OF GEORGE ORWELL’S ANIMAL FARM By HAZEL K. DAVIS, Federal Hocking High School, Stewart, OH S E R I E S W. GEIGER ELLIS, ED.D., E D I T O R S : UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA, EMERITUS and ARTHEA J. S. REED, PH.D., UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA, RETIRED A Teacher’s Guide to the Signet Classic Edition of George Orwell’s Animal Farm 2 INTRODUCTION Animal Farm is an excellent selection for junior and senior high students to study. Although

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  • Girl

    Facing Poverty With A Rich Girls Habits English 115 01/12/15 Have you ever been so accustomed to living one way almost your entire life, then all of a sudden it all comes to a end within a blink of an eye? Well this young girl once lived in a wealthy part of Korea, She attended the best schools and got chauffeured everywhere she went. She was use to having all the finer things that most children her age didn’t have. It all came to a end when her millionaire father lost everything through bankruptcy

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  • Farm

    helps consumer make safe choices. The company also offers different types of eggs including, organic, brown, white, Omega 3 and liquid eggs. 3. The supply chain Step 1: Food Production Gray Ridge Egg Farms picks eggs up at over 200 egg producers across South Western Ontario. These farms specialize in breeding and harvesting hens supplying Gray Ridge only quality egg. Once the eggs are picked up they are transported to a production plant either in Listowel or Strathroy. Gray Ridge than washes

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  • The Girl

    The Girl The girl in the black rain coat sat calmly on the newly finished bench waiting for the bus. It was a gray cement bench, with writing on the top, like a tombstone, definitely dedicated to someone whose name she couldn’t quite read. It didn’t matter anyway. It was raining hard enough to see the rain come straight down like elongated bullets. The bus arrived in the rain, spewing water on both sides. The girl in the black rain coat sauntered up the stairs of the Tri City Transit

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  • Girl

    The relationship between the girl and the mother is controlling, poor bonding, and one sided. Due to the mother being from Jamaica her traditions was instilled in her from her parents, so she attempts to instill those same traditions to her daughter. But, she fails to realize that what was foster in her is different by the time period her daughter lives her life. The girl seem to be annoyed with all the “you must do this, and you must act like this, and don’t sing Calypso in church better yet not

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  • Girl

    ​Throughout time and throughout the world women have always been viewed differently by society. In many cultures, women have destined roles to fulfill and repercussions to bear if she cannot achieve being that ideal woman. The short story “Girl” by Jamaica Kincaid, consists of an extremely long, single sentence of advice a mother imposes on her young daughter. Believing her daughter is already at risk of an adolescent’s promiscuity, she cautions and reprimands her daughter in order for her to grow

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  • Farm Girl

    Jessica Hemauer’s essay “Farm Girl”, Hemauer explains the good and the bad of having grown up on a farm. Hemauer shares her feelings of anger, sadness, and jealousy. Hemauer also shows us her gratitude as she reflects back. When Jessica was young she did not realize that all of her hard work and her fathers’ stern ways were indeed teaching her a very important lesson in life. She only felt the sadness of being different from her classmates, and that her responsibilities on the farm made it hard for her

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  • Sustainable Farms vs. Industrial Farms

    Sustianable Farms vs. Industrial Farms Jonathan Castro DeVry University Unfortunately animal abuse is a common theme. When one thinks of animal abuse the first thought might be a dog or cat being mistreated by the owners or not being properly fed. We think of zoo animals being mishandled and we think of circus animals and the brutal and extensive training they endure. I say brutal because many of these circus animals are whipped by their handlers. Seldom do many people think of the torture

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  • Farm Girl

    “Farm Girl” Jessica Hemauer Ramirez Instructor: Professor Parker C. July 19, 2012 In the essay, “Farm Girl”, by Jessica Hemauer, Jessica shares her intimate thoughts and feelings about how she felt growing up on her families' farm. As a child, she takes you through her and her sibling early morning routine to ensure the reader is able to put themselves in their shoes. She shares how difficult and frustrating those days were as

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  • Farm Girl

    Summarizing “Farm Girl” Christopher R. Braddy Professor Chrissy Haught English 115 July 19, 2012 I have chosen to read and summarize Farm Girl by Jessica Hemauer. She talks about growing up on a farm and what is involved in the day to day activities as told from her perspective. She goes on to tell about work-life balance and how difficult it can be to manage your time. Towards the end she explains how growing up on a farm taught her to be hard working, responsible, and humble. I

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  • Farm Girl

    Farm girl” by Hemauer 1. Identify the source (writer and title of essay) and state his or her most important point in your own words. 2.Summarize the other main points and their supporting details in separate paragraphs. 3.Discuss the (1) writer’s purpose, (2) genre, (3) audience, and (4) tone (attitude). Purpose: Why did Hemauer write this essay? How might different audiences see different purposes? I think Hermauer wrote this essay to share her experience about working on her family’s

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  • Farm Girl

    is a story about a girl named Jessica Hemauer who is trying to fit in with the other kids in her school. Being that she comes from a farm she has more responsibilities before and after school and she is not able to participate in school activities or other activities that the other kids have the opportunity to do. She wants to be involved with school activities like basketball and different clubs because this way she feels that she will fit in with everyone else. On the farm, Jessica gets up at

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