Hey April, I really understand your feeling quite well, since I am strugglig the same way. I did a post on if online schooling is good or bad and I pretty much had the same stance you have right now. One of the articles I used was (https://homeschoolbase.com/pros-and-cons-online-high-school/) I think it might interest you since it does speak…[Read more]
Hi Alex, I agree with the fact that people need to be cautious even if the governme nt gives us the permission to go outside. One of the main ways of us being cautious is by washing our hands, so I thought this might interest you. https://www.cdc.gov/handwashing/when-how-handwashing.html Hope to read more from you. SIncerely, Paula
Estimada Paula, Estoy muy de acuerdo con tu publicación “la educación en línea es buena o mala?” porque en estos momentos todos estamos pasando por unos momentos difíciles y nuestro plantel educativo ha decidido que nosotros los estudiantes estemos trabajando desde nuestra casa. Esta es una opción muy buena porque así, nosotros los estudiantes tenemos oportunidad de estar aprendiendo desde nuestras casas. Una frase que usted escribió que se destaca para mi es: “La educacion en linea es algo que todos enfrentamos en este mismo momento”. Creo que esto es muy importante de saber para que todos como alumnos tengamos en cuenta que debemos hacer nuestros trabajos que nos asignen. Para que no nos afecte el hecho de no asistir a la escuela como de costumbre. Gracias por tu escritura. Espero ver lo que escribes a continuación, porque tus publicaciones son de mucha importancia para nosotros los estudiantes. Y porque haci tambien nos damos cuenta que no somos los únicos que tenemos que tenemos que hacer nuestros trabajos en casa. Qué te parece a ti la educación en línea?
Hi Paula, I really enjoyed reading your post. I agree that everyone is responding differently to the online schooling. Some are excelling while others are taking a turn for the worse. It is disheartening that this year we will not be able to walk for graduation as a collective class. I researched for some more perspective from other students on online learning. Hopefully this article helps in the future, “https://er.educause.edu/blogs/2020/4/what-some-students-are-saying-about-the-switch-to-remote-teaching-and-learning -Cora
Hey Megan, I don’t really knw what to think regarding this subject since it does conflict me to an extent. I found something that might interest you a little (https://animal-testing.procon.org/). – Sincerely, Paula
Hi Keury, I had never read something that had such questions, and I was kind of taken back. Those are real questions people don’t really think about. especiallhy when religion can take a big toll on a marriage or in a ordinary relationship. (https://www.bolton.ac.uk/Chaplaincy/Worldviews/Summary.aspx) thought this might interest you. -Sincerely, Paula
“American patriotism is ebbing ahead of the Fourth of July, according to a Gallup poll that showed fewer than half of U.S. adults are “extremely” proud to be Americans.” American pride has been decreasing imm
Hello Luka, I loved you poem. it has some very good shifts and a very deep meaning. I found a link to a source that talks about poem structures. I thought this might be useful for you since you already write very good poems. https://www.aresearchguide.com/poetry-structure.html Sincerely, Paula
Hello Madi, I had never heard of the ten minute rule, but it seems like something completly rational. I found a link that might be useful for your research (https://www.procon.org/headline.php?headlineID=005411). It goes into depth about some cons and pros of homework. Sincerely, Paula
Same sex marriage is something that has been fought for years. At times people in the government do agree and at times they don’t. However, in the population the number of people in favor has certainly i
Great article! Gays should be aloud to marry since it doesn’t effect anyone else. Just because your religion doesn’t agree with it doesn’t mean that you should have a say in other people’s life decisions.
Hi Paula, I liked reading over your post. I completely agree that there are many more fights to come for same sex marriage to become a nationally recognized right. It is strange to think that America is the land of the free yet same sex marriage is not allowed in a majority of the country. Why do you think that is? What is so wrong about same sex marriage? What can people do to help get same sex marriage recognized as a national right? Here is a link to a timeline of the legislation of same sex marriage, http://guides.ll.georgetown.edu/c.php?g=592919&p=4182201 which might help with learning more about the hurdles same-sex couples have overcome.
I agree with what you are saying, eventhough I have a little bit of a different opinion regarding to some matters you talked about. Although, I found something that might interest you (https://www.americancreed.org/watch), it’s a film that does talk about what it means to some people to be an American and a few of the core values.
Equality of opportunity is “ the idea that people ought to be able to compete on equal terms, or on a “level playing field,” for advantaged offices and positions”. In other words it’s the idea that everyone h
Hi, I agree that compared with the children of the management class, the proportion of migrant workers and children of urban vulnerable groups is far behind in both the number and quality of their studies and employment. In the race to seek social identity and achieve a better life, the family background has become a “invisible hurdle” that has been increasing year by year. I think this link may have some help for your post, thank you!（ https://vocal.media/theSwamp/equality-does-not-exist）
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