Posts by Anthony Ruiz

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Gary Soto is Brave, Smart, and Athletic

Discussion by: aruiz on Thu, 2016-06-16 08:27 with 0 comments

Fifth grade is an odd year for Gary because in the book he says that the short nuns threw chalk at him, chased him with books cocked over their heads, squeezed him into cloak closets and on slow days asked him to pop erasers and to wipe the blackboards clean.

Gary Soto, the protagonist in Living Up The Street, has a few traits that influence his relationships with others.

One, he is brave. Two, he is smart. Three, he is athletic. These traits influence his relationships with others.

Mean Kid!

Discussion by: aruiz on Thu, 2016-06-16 08:23 with 0 comments

Now that I've made a Map from living up the street by Gary Soto, I am noticing that this book Living Up The Street is almost is like a poetry because of how he points out every single detail of his life to the book.

The Omnivore's Dilemma Journal

Discussion by: aruiz on Thu, 2016-05-12 08:33 with 2 comments
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I just started reading ” The Omnivore’s Dilemma “ by Michael Pollan, and my first impression about this book is that it really change peoples life with everything like their weight, food choices, and also their whole career too.

One question I have is: “ How does one single book change someone's life ? “ What I want the author to explain is how did he do it and did the book really change the lives of others, and this is important because if one single book change someone's career, weight, and the way you eat thats a pretty big deal.

A Neighbor Full With Nightmares

Discussion by: aruiz on Tue, 2016-05-10 08:14 with 0 comments
By Anthony Ruiz

Well how can I tell this story without feeling sick inside but what i'm about tell you might change the way you look at your neighbor but I’m going to tell you the story anyway because the neighbor I had was a nightmare that I will never forget.

Racism is not worth dying for

Discussion by: aruiz on Mon, 2016-04-11 11:49 with 2 comments

Racism has been going on for so many years but still continues but in different ways. It’s not even the color of your skin or how you look. Racism even happens because of your culture. We have been dealing with this ever since the 9/11 attack in New York City when two planes crashed right into both of the Twin Towers, making them fall to the ground killing a lot of people on that day. After all of that, now people look at Muslims like if they're doing something suspicious or if they have a bomb or something. But not all Muslims are bad they're really good people.

Why Do People Have To Struggle To Live Video Treatment

Discussion by: aruiz on Thu, 2016-02-04 09:31 with 0 comments

The reason I am interested in this topic is because people have that one time or day that everybody struggles in their lives and the reason why they struggle and how they deal with it are interesting.

To learn more about: my topic, I did some online research and found this article: Poverty (Simple Wikipedia) In this article I learned that sometimes it's not people that are poor it’s society that makes it hard for them to do thing like getting clothes, shelter, and also food.

Thanksgiving

Discussion by: aruiz on Wed, 2015-11-25 12:59 with 0 comments
by anthony ruiz

Thanksgiving is
baked mac & cheese
BBQ chicken
ribs
collard greens
curry chicken
rice and beans
pizza
cheeseburgers
french fries
chicken tenders
spaghetti & meatballs
mac & cheese
ice cream
fish
cheese sticks
nachos & cheese
turkey
ham
meat
chicken wings
chicken nuggets
a sandwich
cookies
oreos
chips
juices

Bright, Friendly, and Calm

Discussion by: aruiz on Mon, 2015-11-16 13:01 with 0 comments
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By Gary Soto

Gary, the protagonist in Living Up the Street by Gary Soto, has a few traits that influence his relationships with others.

One, he bright. Two, he is friendly. Three, he is calm.

The Memory (A GTA Movie with Gary Soto)

Discussion by: aruiz on Thu, 2015-10-15 11:31 with 0 comments
BY Gary Soto

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Now that I've made a map and a video about Living Up The Street by Gary Soto, I am noticing that this book is almost is like poetry because of how he points out every single detail of his life to the book.

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