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El huracán Sandy

Discussion by: sanfra on Fri, 2013-09-13 17:01 with 0 comments

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El pais, los Estados Unidos fue afecto gravemente. La gente que vivian en la ciudad de Nueva York no fueron a trabajar ni a la escuela igual que en otros estados. En Nueva York no habia transportacion de los tren o ninguna transportacion publicas. Esta tormenta llamada Sandy afecto a las cosas de los residents. diez y sies gente murieron y sexta y nueve en el Caribe. La cuidades teneian que tomar ayuda del gobierno. Unos desafios social es que mucha gente tienen que pasar por desastres naturales. Estos desafios pueden occurer a todos los origen.

School's out !

Discussion by: sanfra on Mon, 2013-06-10 21:00 with 1 comments

Homework is not practice!

Discussion by: sanfra on Fri, 2013-05-10 09:37 with 3 comments

Homework is a topic which has drawn my attention a while ago, and I finally have the opportunity to have an input in this. Ever since I got my first homework, which was tracing letter and rewriting my name, I have questioned it’s importance. I didn't have to research an abundance of website to know what homework is, since it’s something everyone goes through. Homework isn't a waste of time, but it also depends on what type of student it is. If it’s a student that doesn't do anything in class, then that student depends on the homework to pass.

Anxiety Disorders

Discussion by: sanfra on Tue, 2013-05-07 11:38 with 5 comments

In Donna Wilkinson’s essay, "Anxiety Disorders: Living on a Thin Line," from http://tinyurl.com/bsrl35x, Donna Wilkinson says a story about women who go through anxiety. She also clears the air on the big question : “Why do females tend to get anxiety more than male?” I chose to do this topic, to understand the symptoms and causes of anxiety. Sometimes when I get told I have an exam, I overly panic and get 5-10 minutes blackout on my left eye. This happens often, so I have asked my mom about it and she says “it’s the pressure of my eyes.”

Teens Dropping Out

Discussion by: sanfra on Fri, 2013-04-12 10:06 with 5 comments

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Something that I have been interested in learning more about has been the reason teenagers drop out of school. I remember my cousin talking about it a few days ago, and he explained how teenagers are now struggling and turning for help. Lately, the issue has caught my eye again. I know that many people believe that a lot of teenagers are giving up on school because it’s “boring” or a “waste” of time. From what I have heard, teenagers drop out because of personal problems.

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