In the universe there are many types of stars. They come in many sizes, temperatures, and colors, ranging from cooler, small M class (red) stars to large, hot O class (blue). The mass of a star is what determines
Very interesting article, and I kind of agree with your position. I believe we should be able to say what we want as long as there is truth to it. However cyber bullying should not be tolerated, which I personally define as going out of your way to harm someone with online tools.
Hey Roman, In your first paragraph you say that a uniform makes students stand out, but isn’t designed for the opposite effect. I think a uniform makes it so kids that are poor will not have to compete with students that can use a ton of money from their parents on clothes. But I do agree with you that the uniform should be enough, the extra rules are pointless in my opinion. Overall well written, good job.
Hi Roman, I found this article about school uniforms quite interesting and I think you would enjoy it. https://www.greatschools.org/gk/articles/school-uniforms/ I think that you did a good job because I do agree that sometimes school uniforms seen unnecessary because of the rules that come with them. You stated that it takes away from the goal of the uniform. Which I agree because kids get in trouble if there shirt is not tucked in which takes away from learning in the classroom. I do think that uniforms can be a pro because sometimes clothing can be a distraction because kids focus more on what they are wearing instead of actual learning. It makes everyone seem equal so people that are poor do not have to compete with the wealthy. I really liked your discussion.
Since the industrial revolution in the 1800s the Earth’s climate has been changing drastically. The most notable effect is the greenhouse effect where most of the radiation obtained from the sun stays stuck on E
Great paper Charlie! It’s messed up how expensive it is for people to now go to college. I hope this trend changes and college can be affordable for many people again, though it shouldn’t outright be free.
While most everyone has different opinions on different things I wouldn’t say everyone is a good person. But I do agree with your last statement. Overall though your paper was really hard to read because of various spelling and grammatical errors. I would suggest working on that if you ever need to write another thing like this again.
A big issue that involves all Americans with internet access is the issue over net neutrality. Net neutrality is the policy that makes all websites load and function at the same speed and allows access to any
I enjoyed reading this paper. I must disagree though as I think thoughts/prayers do not do much. They do bring awareness but usually in what I see action isn’t taken with or following them. It offers peace but it doesn’t offer a change so similar tragedy doesn’t occur again.
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.
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