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species were able to flourish and replenish their numbers without human affect
By this logic the planet was able to start to heal itself in such a short time. So obviously the planet isn’t too far from saving
After covid forced people to stay indoors the planet was able to recover from some of the abuse left by humans
Thanks for providing it. It’s very interesting to read something like this. I’m a student so that reading about sich experiences written by different people, or even students is also extremely interesting to me
Highlights the expensive price tag of a border wall.
The author here does a good job of showing how many undocumented immigrants enter legally then simply when their Visa expires.
Gives information on how borders walls have not worked in the past
Gives data on holes that are dug under border walls to show why they are not practical
The author provides some context on the issues that have lead to the use of and calls for a border wall
The subject is about how those around us think, what kind of feelings they experience, how they act and interact, and what motivates them. For me, psychology has always been interesting, and I’m happy to have a psychology course at my uni. I don’t want to be a psychologist, and I just want to know something, just for self-development. But I can say that it’s a very complicated subject, and when it comes to writing about it, I face difficulties. I’m working on one paper, actually, and it took me a while to find useful info. I also decided to browse this site, which was the best idea because the examples provided there helped me to decide what to write about and how to structure my paper to make it informative, but also not boring.
Dannys dad was thrown out after the fight.
Octavio is getting throught his fathers death with his family
Octavio’s dad and brother robbed people who found there house and shot it up.
As a student, I have experienced language as a tool students have used to prevent professors from completing their job and obtaining tenure. During my Bachelor’s program, we had a newly hired professor who had recently moved to the United States from Kenya. The professor was fluent in English; however, her accent was thick, and her dialect differed from what the students in my PWI were used to. Over the semester, I listened to the derogatory and racist comments they made based on her language abilities. The students were outright disrespectful to her during class, often correcting her and requiring her to repeat things multiple times. Outside of class, they petitioned for her to be removed and provided her with negative ratings hoping to force the school to fire her. As I read Kloss’ ideological argument, where speakers of other languages should “ be required to shift to the dominant language,” I thought about how that just didn’t mean in words but in an accent as well. However, even when a person speaks the language, if it isn’t spoken in a manner that is perceived as correct, the language minority is still persecuted for not conforming to the dominant language.
As an educator, I have witnessed language as a tool for gatekeeping students from being included in the general education classroom. I have worked in a couple of predominantly White school districts throughout my career. Our English New Language Learners are often held at the mercy of their assigned teachers. I have observed teachers limiting students’ access to the curriculum based on how the teacher perceived the students’ readiness. In 5th grade, I had a student who came to our school in 2nd grade with limited language acquisition in her native tongue and English. Throughout her schooling, the student was frequently pulled out of the classroom and denied the opportunity to learn from her teacher and peers. By the time she came to 5th grade, she had made some progress but was still frequently removed from class. I found that with more explicit support within the class, the student didn’t need to be removed, and we could help her advance. Unfortunately, many teachers had othered the student based on her language.
Lucas thinks mcdonalds isn’t real food.
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