I am shocked with your post, “Taking a Position on GMOs”, because before reading this letter I thought GMOs were safe. I had read many positive things about GMOs, like, it’s easier and cheaper to make more food for growing population than to plant a lot more crops. Also, I had heard that they were safe but I guess it was an art…[Read more]
I do really agree with you that genetics in our foods is good thing, one reason I say that is because it made food more easier for people to get there hands on food. It’s true, that our population is growing so much and so fast and it made food less scarce for us. Another reason why I agree with you is because like you said it’s…[Read more]
Genetic engineering is the manipulation of a trait in an organism and modifying its DNA to have a certain characteristic. Genetic engineering is a recent discovery made by a company named Genentech, in 19
The lack of gender diversity in STEM-related fields is enormous, and there are many reasons why this is. According to Bureaus of Labor Statistics, as of 2015, women on average repent 24% of the workforce in STEM
Awesome job! Your info-graphic is very visually pleasing and over an important issue. I agree with you that sexism in the tech industry and the lack of opportunities for women is a big issue that needs to be fixed. Keep up the good work!
Very nice work. I think this is a very big issues and topic that needs to continue to be addressed. However I do believe that over the years this issue has started to go down and that idea that women can not do anything is fading very fast.
Fantastic Infrograohic!! Sexism is an issue that take place all over the United States. Most times you think of women when it comes to not having all of the opportunities.You graphic is very pleasing to the eye and gets the point across in a great way!
You had great uses of evidence and facts to help cover the issue of sexism and segregation. Although I also do believe that the issue has gone down, and that it’s continuing to get better. Your infographic helps make people more aware, good job.
I learned about computer programing in the start of my junior year of high school, where I was introduced to it by one of my teachers. As I started learning more about it, I realized the gender gap in the
I chose to research more about Genetic Engineering on fish, and how they made the fish glow in the dark. I chose this application in particular because I briefly learned about glow in the dark fish when I took
Genetic Engineering is taking part of the DNA from an organism and connecting it to another organism to modify it so that it can have a certain trait it didn’t have before. Even though Genetic Engineering has been
For my 10 lines I chose, Act IV, Scene III, Lines 92-102 where Emilia is talking. I learned that you have to project your voice and say them with emotion because most of these plays are emotional. I also l
In the video “Why Study Shakespeare Today?” it explains one of the reasons why schools still study Shakespeare today and is because in his plays he brings up issues that might still be relevant today. He brin
I’m a teacher in Michigan. I’m very sorry to hear about your situation. As a teacher, I know we strive to help our students find success. Success looks different for everyone. It sounds like Ms. P has inspired you (she inspires me too). I’m glad you are willing to share your experience and that you have a desire to help others learn from your experiences. I can’t help but wonder though, if there are ways to get that credit and graduate. I know that there are sometimes options for credit recovery. And sometimes you might need to chat with a few people that can help you with understanding all of the possible options. Sometimes problem solving with others can help you find solutions that you may not have even considered before.
I wish you the greatest success for you.
I’m sorry to hear that you are dropping out. I honestly wish you all the best in all your future endeavors. I hope you will be able to teach younger students to not do bad choices. Tell them that it is important to stay focused on the work they have to do. It does not mean they can’t have fun as well but that to succeed in our society we have to learn.
Again I want to tell you that life doesn’t end here. If you strive to do something. You can get to a better and happier place.
I am sorry that you ended up dropping out. But hey, life is like a roller coaster, with up and downs, and specially when the “down” comes, you need to stay strong and be positive. All your strength will raise you from this situation. You should definitely use this situation as a motivation to your future and always remember, with negative situation, a positive one always will come!
I am very sorry to hear that you have to drop out. I wish you the best in finding a job and all of the responsibilities that you will take on. Try to find job that you really like and work your way up from the bottom. Good luck, i hope you can tell younger students your story and persuade them to make good choices.
I am very sorry to hear about your predicament. However, I admire the way that you are approaching this problem and acknowledging what you have to do to solve it. Just from reading what you wrote, I can tell that you have a very bright future ahead of you. Keep on writing and I hope everything works out well!
I am enraged by, your post “Checking Claims In A Wikipedia Article About Sexism,” because this is something that happens everyday and that is very much alive, and it isn’t talked as much as it should be. It something that happens to man and women everyday, especially to women. Women have always been been seen as less than men, but mos…[Read more]
I am mesmerized by your post, “Controlling Greed,” because it is something that isn’t really talked about but it is such a big problem in our society now and days.
Your post reminds me of something that happened to me. One time I feel like I used to be so greedy when I was young. My dad got a pretty good job and he started buy…[Read more]
This is a youth-powered social network 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.
If being part of such a community makes sense to you, we invite you to join us. We welcome all youth and any teacher interested in having students publish online and participate in the give and take of a social network like Youth Voices.