Schooling opportunities we receive play a major role in defining our American life. My American Literature class has really opened my eyes to not only how different our culture is to others, but also how similar
I think your view on Hispanic equality is very interesting. You really seem to know what you’re talking about. You backed up your views with sources and statistics very well and it convinced me of your argument even more. Very well written!
Accepting others, embracing differences, and learning about new cultures in our melting pot of a country are all parts of being an American. We live in a world where meeting people with different beliefs and
Estimada Lili :
Estoy muy de acuerdo con su publicación, “End Goal: Equality”, porque es muy cierto que debemos aceptar que todos los seres humanos somos iguales.
No debemos de discriminar a otras personas por como son o por los gustos que tienen.
Todos tenemos los mismos derechos a pesar de nuestras culturas y nuestras características, todos somos iguales.
Una frase que usted escribió que se destaca para mi es: a pesar de nuestras diferencias, todos somos seres humanos y merecemos los mismos derechos que todos los demás” Creo que esto es muy importante porque es verdad que todas las personas somos iguales y tenemos los mismos derechos. El mayor valor es la humildad. No debemos tratar diferente a las personas por el color de piel o por otras indiferencias.
Gracias por tu escritura. Espero ver lo que escribes a continuación, porque me gusto mucho tu publicación de hoy que habla de la igualdad. Es muy importante que las personas aprendan a respetar a los demás. Y que sepan que todos los seres humanos tenemos los mismos derechos.
I really enjoyed reading your introduction to your life. You shared some very interesting points about your life that were so intriguing to read about. When you introduced your family to us and told us a little bit about your parents background and your siblings, it made me connect to you by learning a little bit more about you. I also…[Read more]
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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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