In this project on human rights, we focused on learning about the human needs and what we can do to improve problems that are happening all over the world. We chose a topic that we’re most interested to work on.
Our topic for our Human Rights project is quality education. We spent a few classes researching about the topic and ways to help improve the issue. We got in touch with an organization that helps raise money to fund less
Title: We Need To Go To School Author: Tanya Roberts-Davis Publication date: 2001 Female literacy rate is significantly lower than that of male ones In Nepal, a small amount of people owns a large amount of land while the rest
I work well with others, I listen them and discuss issues peacefully. I respect that everyone has their own opinions and they are allowed to share it. I know my responsibilities as a student and try my best to fulfill them.
A strength I showed was my ability to analyze evidence to support my reasons. I also had an interesting hook and a clear introduction. Something I should work on in my next essay is to make my conclusion more dynamic.
My persuasive writing piece was on why schools should reduce the amount of homework given. I was so used to writing argumentative essays, it was hard for me to transition to a more informal and personal style of writing. It
Sounds and visuals are essential in poems. Line breaks and white spaces in poems are intentional, the author wants the readers to read it a certain way. Line breaks can act like a comma, forcing the readers to pause before
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The student led conference was actually really fun. My parents weren’t home at the time so I had to ask my cousin to go. I talked through each of my subjects and explained what I was doing in that class.
In this project, we had to choose an enlightenment thinker and make a movie review on Toy Story 1 as our philosophers. One thing that I improved in this unit is my ability to analyze evidence to support my claim.