Yadira nice post! It is amazing to hear how beautiful a poem truly is. It is something everyone can cherish. Your article is fantastic however, I would love to have read more content about this! Nice job overall!
Cesar great post! It is very important to inform people that we should not be buying all the supplies. You have a very good article I enjoyed reading! There is few grammatical fixes that could be made but overall, great job!
This is a very insightful article, Casey. I had no idea how significant the number of people selling fake “cures” for the virus was. I knew people would try to profit off of people’s fears, but the New York Times article you cited really explained it well. In the future, I hope to read more on actual CDC recommendations as well as research being done towards a treatment for later dates. Great job! -erica s
Hi Casey, I agree, no one should be injecting themselves with disinfectant, but people also take information very wildly. He was being sarcastic and the media took it way out of proportion. People will blame Trump for anything, just like they tried blaming the man who “drank” fish cleaner on him when it was his wife who murdered him. But I agree, no one should be selling fake cures.
Nic overall this post covers the opioid epidemic very well. I like how you explain what is happening as well as some examples of where people go wrong with opiates. The only thing I would recommend is maybe making it a little bit lengthier next time with more details.
Within society today we face more complex problems everyday. One of our biggest problems is the amount of pollution we create and put into our air. According to Linda C. Brinson someone who studies the air
Dominic, great job bringing a controversial topic to light and giving a good explanation on it. Pollution is very bad for the environment and in my opinion we need to find a way around creating pollution. Overall, awesome job!
Gedeon, I really like the way you put this post together it is very well organized and gives a detailed explanation to a uncommon idea. If I could recommend something, it would be to include your opinion and why. With that said, you did a very great job!
James, I think you did a great job defining an abortion and I agree with your opinion. If I could recommend one thing it would be to be more detailed by giving examples and maybe other people’s opinions as well. Overall, great job!
Overall great job Ebrahim presenting the information. I really like how detailed and oriented your facts are. It helps the reader easily understand what its happening on Yemen. You do a great job explaining what is happening however, I think you should explain maybe a possible solution or two.
Everybody has an alternate meaning of being American, albeit a large number of us can concur that being American is around three principle thoughts: opportunity, uniformity, and a possibility at accomplishing
This is such an important topic in this day and age! The trauma and hoops people of color, but especially African-Americans have to go through just to live their daily lives, is absurd. The only way to combat this huge problem society is to educate the children of today, the only future that this world holds, and teach them to be kind and compassionate. Racism is not inherent, it is learned.
Overall I really agree with what you stated on your opinion. Your opinion was made very clear and that is always nice to see when reading. Clearly the Author researched the topic and informed the audience.
The 3D-printed firearm debate is quick paced and rapidly evolving. As the name suggests, 3D weapons are firearms made utilizing a 3D printer and plans made on a PC or downloaded on the web. The collected firearms
This is a youth-powered publishing platform that was started in 2003 by a group of teachers from local sites of the National Writing Project.
We merged several earlier blogging projects. We have found that there are many advantages to bringing students together in one site that lives beyond any particular class. It’s easier for individual students to read and write about their own passions, to connect with other students, comment on each other’s work, and create multimedia posts for each other. Further, it’s been exciting for us to pool our knowledge about curriculum, connected learning, and digital literacies.
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