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Dear Matthew

Discussion by: fcastaneda on Fri, 2016-06-24 20:50 with 0 comments

Dear Matthew

I am proud with your essay “Gary Lies "Because I loved the way you explain Gary life and when the was in school and details about the chapter.

One sentence you wrote that stands out for me is “Gary goes to church with Rick and Debra, sometimes. After a month or so Rick and Debra stop going to church every day.”I think it is a strong sentence is because when I was little I loved going to church and while I was going up I never went back to church.

Dear Raleek

Discussion by: fcastaneda on Fri, 2016-06-24 09:13 with 0 comments

Dear Raleek

I am happy about you essay, “Bad Boy Gary”because the explain about the first chapter of living up the streets.You also explain that the was not a good kid when he was younger like 10 or 11.

Dear Damian

Discussion by: fcastaneda on Tue, 2016-06-21 09:33 with 0 comments

Dear Damian

I am proud with your essay “Living with Catholics”because I loved the way you explain about Gary Soto live.What he was doing in his live.

One sentence you wrote that stands out for me is “In Living Up The Street Gary Soto talks about his life as a boy and his family and how they lived on Bradley Street.”I think this is a strong sentence because you explain what the book was about.Also I loved when you said that the book was about his life as a kid.

The sad little dog

Discussion by: fcastaneda on Mon, 2016-06-20 13:05 with 0 comments

In chapter 20 of the book “Living up the street”and it was about one of his friends dog in the first and second sentence of the book. When the owner gave the dog some food the dog started to cry.While Gary and his two best friends was watching TV the light turn off and they had to tell funny jokes.

My Grandma

Discussion by: fcastaneda on Thu, 2016-05-26 15:20 with 9 comments

The secrets behind what you eat

Discussion by: fcastaneda on Tue, 2016-05-24 09:33 with 0 comments
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I’m learning more about how food can change your life, right now, and in particular, what I'm wondering about is how do all of the food chains end up the same way? I was reading The Omnivore's Dilemma by Michal Pollan and this question caught my attention because when I was learning food chain in science. I was wondering why to do all of the food ends up the same way. Also, while my teacher was teaching us about food chains I was still wondering that same question.

“All these food chains end the same way—with a meal." (Chevat and Pollan)

The secret behind what you eat

Discussion by: fcastaneda on Tue, 2016-05-10 09:27 with 1 comments

I started to read “ The Omnivore's Dilemma” by Michael Pollan, and my first impression is about the book was about Dilemma and that means a state which requires a choice between equally unfavorable (bad) options. Also in the book the author was writing about how kids traits from your parents and that means Genetic.

The Girl

Discussion by: fcastaneda on Thu, 2016-05-05 12:44 with 0 comments

What if you are home alone and the door opened on its own... What will would you do? Well there was a girl who killed kids for their blood.

Moving to New York

Discussion by: fcastaneda on Thu, 2016-03-31 13:13 with 1 comments

Here's my storyboard about immigration:




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No Time for Goodbyes

Discussion by: fcastaneda on Tue, 2016-03-29 09:17 with 0 comments

(Note: This is my mother's story.)

Hi my name is Sophia and I am 8 years old and I am a girl with a sister and a mother and a father. When I was coming from school in D.R my mom told us, “Nos estamos moviendo a US.”

But I told her, “¿por qué vamos a US?"

Then she said, “porque este país es malo para usted,” then she said, “no dice a su abuela.”

And I said, “O.K. Mama,” but the sad part is that I would have to leave my family and my friends.

While my mom was doing the paperwork to go to the U.S, I wanted to throw it in the trash. I would get in trouble with my mom and dad.

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