Annotated Bibliography: https://docs.google.com/document/d/13WQ3IrG6LZqD_LxJQToGpa52MgLvoECZ7cHB2Zok6KQ/edit?usp=sharing
There are different types of friendship, such as the ones that have known each other for years and consider themselves "Best Friends", and those who just met. Friendship is a strong thing to keep, with that power, you and your friend could discover new things. Sometimes friendships can be destroyed by the people and the things around them, while others friendships can be very influential, and last very long . Someone’s surroundings is the most important things towards friendships because it can cause either a tremendous downfall or an increased rate of gaining friendships. The environment around someone is the most important factor in the strength of a friendship.
In the 20th century, there were two valuable British authors. These authors went by the names of “J.R.R. Tolkien and C. S. Lewis”, their art was very beautiful, and was able to allow their readers to personally connect to their writing, or just enjoy their style of writing on just a reading level. They were not just regular authors, they were authors that had their own styles, and was able to target people who don't even speak their language. As you may think that even though they were very creative authors, they didn't really have a great relationship at first. The people around them made them think that they wouldn't be able to work together. Tolkien met Lewis at Merton college, just like others, it wasn't ¨friendship at first site¨. They didn't have any problems with one another, Lewis actually described Tolkien as a ¨smooth Pale. After they found out that they both shared an interest in Norse mythology, their bond began to grow them together like some type of magnetic force. Throughout the years that they shared in college together, they found more interest such as Writing books together. The ¨The pair agreed the fantasy and science-fiction genres, while enticing in their promise, lacked entries they actually wanted to read. That quote shows that they both felt as though that authors in their timeline were not doing their job, which was to entertain their readers through there writing. They both understood that they were not ordinary Writers, they both agreed that they enjoyed caring about stories that no one else cared about. That is very important because that is one of there most valuable moments, they understood that they were different. So they did what any upcoming potential authors would do, they Began to work on their own ¨Book¨. ¨Tolkien¨ was very excited about his work, so he decided to show ¨Lewis¨ what he had so far, And Lewis as a ¨Great Friend¨ told Tolkien to keep writing and too never give up. If we look back towards My Topic Sentences, you can tell that everything that they are doing, is just being translated into words. Both of the Authors known their surroundings, because they were able to interpret their surroundings on a higher level than others, they were able to use that which allowed them not to influenced into different directions which would have to spit them up.
In the book Lord of the flies by William Golding, the characters go through several different events that pull them together. The events Allowed them to express who they really are. The reason why this is a good thing is that as I stated before, it formed a friendship. Today we won't really need to focus on 1,2, characters, but we will focus on all of the characters. Being able to relate to something with someone is very important because it shows that you both had to go through something serious, or just a simple event. Before the children landed on the island, they had no insight of who one another was. Them surviving the plane crash is the thing that allowed them to come together, all of the boys were able to relate to this event because they all went through it together. The environment somewhat influences them to come closer. Even though they didn't really have a way of the island just wet, they knew that they had to work together to survive. All of the boys came together to assign jobs. As I stated before, friendship is when you have respect from another, and that's what the children had during the assembly. They had to give someone an important role in becoming their new leader. The leader wasn't someone who can make someone do something such as get the leader some food but to make sure that everyone is doing there specific task. In chapter 1 “the sound of the shell” the character Piggy has been through a lot. Piggy feels "intimidated by the uniformed authority and the off-hand superiority in Merridew's voice" and draws closer to Ralph (21). The reason why I chose this quote is that this quote shows how piggy feels towards the character Ralph. Some of the other children were laughing at how the characters name was “Piggy”. As a friend should do, Ralph had Piggy back. He shut down all of the laughter that the other children were doing and explained how piggy was his real name and why it wasn't funny, with that only, you can tell that Ralph was acting like a true friend. The character piggy wasn't too open, or in other words, he wasn't very friendly. He was able to keep things to himself, but while the kids were giggling and making fun him, As any kid would react, piggy began to become angry. Over time, their friendships began to expand, and they became more open with one another. “Piggy was so full of pride in his contribution to the good of society, that he helped to fetch wood." That quote is important because if we look through his perspective from the beginning of the story vs now, you can see how much the other characters allowed him to open up. Before we end off, I want to look at this last quote. “Ralph wept for the end of innocence, the darkness of man's heart, and the fall through the air of the true, wise friend called Piggy. This may be one of the most powerful quotes in the story, it shows that at times the most valuable character is your friend, and sometimes, challenges are things that bring people even closer.
The characters in “lord of the flies” and “J.R.R. Tolkien and C. S. Lewis” share rare similarities. They both had to face one of the most challenging events ever which are the term Friendship. Being a friend comes with huge responsibilities, you have to be there for your friend, go through some many obstacles, but the most important, Never Give up. In the book, the characters went through a lot, but never gave up, in the end, they were able to find their way off the island. That's because they had each other and never gave up. Lastly, “J.R.R. Tolkien and C. S. Lewis” both went through remarkable obstacles together, and the¥ stayed together, which signifies true friendship.
Everyone needs a taste of friendship, it allows people to meet new people, and to express their feelings to their friends. Without Friendships, you feel alone, and I know that through experience. Friendships bring people together and learn new things. So that's why friendships are important.
1 “Golding, William. Lord of the Flies. New York: Penguin, 2006.”
2- “How C.S. Lewis Helped Encourage Tolkiens Lord of the Rings.” Newsweek, 9 Mar. 2017, www.newsweek.com/men-letters-jrr-tolkien-and-cs-lewiss-bond-563509.
Yoo why can't i make these damm 3’s. I know i'm not the best basketball player but dam Ms. Pahomov can ball better than me and she's an english teacher. Like i practice every single day. I didn't make the team last year(make some type of noise) everyday in the summer I went to taney, and practiced. I'm just standing here looking dumb. If i don't make this 3 pointer i'm done for the day.(notice a cute girl) Woow, damm, oh god. She so cute. If i make this 3 i know that it will impress her. (shoots the ball and makes it) Yess!! I made it. I'm not sure if she seen it though like wt.. Ok let me calm down and just go over there. Oh hey (clears his throat) hey wsp what's ya name? Oh Sharina? Thats a nice name. So you do streaks? Ok you do. Can I get your Snap then? You said Sharina_taken? Oh so that means that you have a boyfriend? Ah my bad Tot I didn't know this was your girl.
I know I was just chillin and she was was just looking at me. So i don't know man? (Tot started yelling at her her) Yo Tot the truth is i didn't know who she was and I ask for her name. I did not mean for it to lead to where we lead. Yea man i am really sorry, i know why you are upset but dam it was an accident. Yea it was. Come on don't act like this. (challenges him to a basketball game) A one on one? Your like the best player in the whole school. Come on man please. You're going to embarass me infront of the whole school. ( sucks his teeth) Ard man come on. Wait i got ball first. I know i'm not as strong as you. Yo bro watch them elbows, you hit me in my face. I am playing ball. You what, just play come on. (he takes a deep breathe) I know i can make this shot. (makes it) Let's go!! All i need to do is just score one more and i win. You think your going to win.(started talking trash) I've been practicing this shot all year. (close his eyes) wait how did i miss!? I'm just like another flight reacts a walking L. let me be a bigger man. Yo tot good game. You think i did good? Thanks. Yea your right, all you need to do is just believe in yourself. So no hard feelings? Ard thanks see you.
“Why do I have to go to the masjid? people don't care about us Muslims. Things are hard these days.”
I knew once I stated what I just said to my parents, I would get right into trouble. I tried to explain to my parents why I thought that way, but they did not want to hear it.
"You are Muslim Adil!!!" my Mom yelled at me.“There is no reason why you should second guess your religion Religion is something that keeps you in Place.”
She told me that sometimes people in the world are going to dislike things that the person believed in or maybe even represent. My mom is a religious type, she always wants to tell me what God Said and why I should always take time and read the Quran about 1 hour a day. She started reciting Surah Al - Kafirun This Surah was very powerful I knew the reason why she resided this world to me it was because she wanted my eyes to open why and for the words that she's singing to touch my heart. “قل "يا كفار، أنا لا العبادة ما تعبد ولا أنت المصلين ما عبادة.ولن أكون عبادة لما تعبده. كما أنك لن” تكون عبادة ما لي هو ديني.”( Say, "O disbelievers, I do not worship what you worship. Nor are you worshippers of what I worship. Nor will I be a worshipper of what you worship. Nor will you be worshippers of what I worship. For you is your religion, and for me is my religion.")
I knew this was very important because she would never use this deep of Surah. I was just staring At her, listening to every single word she was saying. I didn't know what to say or what to do. I could tell that she knew I was scared and confused because of the way the world treats us Muslims. She said that there is no reason why I should hide my religion and I should be proud of why I am Muslims, but she does not understand how many terrorist attacks were blamed on us Muslims.
I went upstairs to go take off my hot blouse/over garment because I honestly did not feel like going to the masjid, but I knew deep down that I was making a really bad mistake. All I kept thinking about it if people don't like Muslims, why do I have to be proud of being one. We are blamed for everything. We have censured "The assailants were Islamic psychological oppressors from Saudi Arabia and a few other Middle Eastern Countries. Supposedly financed by the al-Qaeda fear monger association of Saudi outlaw Osama container Loaded, they were professedly acting in striking back for America's help of Israel, its contribution in the Persian Inlet War and its proceeded with military nearness in the Center East". We Muslims are blamed for a lot of stuff and I'm still supposed to be proud of being Muslim
“.تعال هنا الآن ” ( Come here now!) My Mom shouted, I knew that she was going to try and persuade me to come with her, but this time I was really serious. I started to listen all she was saying was Islam means peace, so why should I be scared to let people know I was Muslim? I told her some serious current events that had occurred during the past few years, and they all were blamed on us. I tried not to shout because I knew that if my dad heard me yelling, he would come straight downstairs to confront me.
“Did you not understand anything that I just told you” my mom has shouted, she does not really speak very good English, so she usually tends to use Arabic if she wants to chew me out. “I did understand what you said”, “I just really did not care about what you said”. I know that I was out of line for saying that, I don't mean to be mean to my mom, but sometimes I feel as though that's the only way she'll understand how I really feel. I overheard my father coming down the steps, the stairs were squeaking like an old stairway my heart was pumping faster than you can ever imagine. We were already late to the Masjid, and if he would have seen me with my blouse off there would have been bigger problems. I knew that there were problems from the start because whenever my dad is upset about something he usually makes a disgusted face and pretends to look away when he's actually looking straight into your eyes. Adil “what's all the yelling about” my dad shouted. “Now we are already late to the Masjid, and to be honest, I don't even think I really want to go anymore”.
I started to speak, but I know it wasn't my turn to speak, my voice cracks, saying “she wants me to go to the Masjid, she wants me to tell everybody I'm Muslim, she wants me to do this you want me to do that”. I was talking faster than my heart was pumping. sweat was coming down my face, I stop talking for about 10 seconds, realizing that the more I talk the more trouble I will get myself into. My dad looked at me as if I was stupid, he quietly said “man this is stupid see now kids back in my day knew they could not talk to their parents the way that you are talking to them now.
“If a joker talks to his parents like that his father would smack him beside the head”. “See now you got it easy” My dad said, what it is is your mom treat you like her baby even though you damn near 15 years old she still sees you as a 3-year-old. My mom always hated when he said that, it's not that she treats me like a baby It's that she wants me to be happy. I started to doze off daydreaming about things that I found interesting about, pretending that I'm listening but I'm really not. I seen my dad mouth move over and over again, I knew that he was angry but I just did not want to hear anything he had to say.
I'm not sure he had noticed that I was not paying attention because I saw his mouth stop moving. he took a deep breath and said: “what does religion mean to you”? I stared at him confused because 90% of me was still daydreaming. then he shouted again what does religion mean to you!? I jumped it's like the words or trying to come out my mouth before I had a chance to open my mouth. religion means something someone believes in. “it means something or someone that they worship”. so now what was that hard to say? My dad asks. “I don't know”? doesn't look right I reply, “you don't know”? my dad asks that ask, That's the thing Kids these days never know.
“Why is that PlayStation of yours so important”? Why is that laptop of yours so important, why is basketball so important? He just kept asking questions that I knew the answers to but did not want to say. You're right I announced, religion is something that you should be proud of not disappointed or Ashamed in. I apologized to my parents because I knew I was in the wrong. I want to help people that are just like me, afraid or ashamed who they really are, but at the end of the day, everyone's the same in a way.
Hello once again, my name is Adil Shamsuddin, and I will be taking you on another journey. This is my final blog post, I will give you more information, and try to persuade you to come together and stop Bad Policing. If you wanted to see what I did on my last post, click here. In my first blog post, I talked about why this incident happens to appear all over the world. Police brutality “is the use of any force exceeding that reasonably necessary to accomplish a lawful police purpose. Blog post 2 was maybe one of the most informational blogs yet, I was explaining why body cameras are important. One sample of information regarding that is, police forces are trying to get more and more districts to stop wearing body cameras. Some police officers are were trying file reports on people who were recording them during a time of police brutality. Police officers are trying to not allow people to see what's really going on. Info from blog post 1- Not only people faced it around new york and etc, the highest rate of homicide are Hialeah. This bar rate is on an average on how many homicides were faced on African Americans, by themselves. This is also rated by per million, so these statistics are pretty full of an amount. The passings of Garner, Brown, and others on account of police are not by any means the only purpose starting mass dissents. The day after the Garner shows began, low-wage specialists strolled off their employments in more than 190 urban communities, requesting a living compensation and the privilege to sort out. They, as well, droned, "I can't relax." Workers from fast-food eateries, for example, McDonald's were joined by those from low-wage retail and accommodation stores and carrier benefit occupations. “Police killed at least 303 black people in the U.S. in 2016”. Through the Board of justice, the supreme court has no approval of this. Info Blog post 2- Despite the numerous deaths of unarmed citizens, massive public outcry, and the outgrowth of the Black Lives Matter movement, constabulary brutality against Brown and black people continues. One of the reasons why this still happens is that as a smart set, we have focused on being reactive rather than proactive. Reviewing video from trunk cameras, having grand juries, subsiding civil rights typesetter's case and the like will not ultimately prevent these deaths or restore what families and communities have lost. The retired Cook County Judge, Andrew Berman was deeply disturbed by this television, so he handed it over to the media. This video footage shows police officer Marco Proano shooting at the moving elevator car full-of-the-moon of six youngsters. None of these teens had a weapon on them nor did they acted aggressively toward the officers. Before the accident, two other Chicago police officers had stopped the fomite full of black teenagers. My interview did not go as planned, the police officer that interviewed told me that police brutality is not a big deal. Once he told me that, I was heartbroken. I constantly ask him why he thinks it's not a problem, his response was what threw me off the most. He stated that only 2 out of 10 police officers are doing it, so it's not really a problem. He said because only 2 out of 10 are doing it, it's not bad at all. He said “yes” police brutality is a bad matter, but the majority of police officers are doing good, and saving lives. I asked him several questions, his responses were all over the place, he was telling me that some questions he can't answer because of the district safety. I asked him about how he felt about police officers wearing body cameras, he said that he think it's the ok idea, but his district does not allow them to wear them. The police officer that I interviewed was African American, he felt that his own Brothers and Sisters of race are being killed for no reason. One reason why recording is better than stepping in is that, if you step in, that's breaking the law. For example, if I would step into a brawl against several police officers and one man, I would get hurt and maybe lose my life. "The cameras help defuse some of the tensions that might come up during encounters with the public," Chitwood said. "I think that 98% of the time, cameras help improve relationships with the community. This source was explaining to me why body cameras would work, but why most districts don't want it to work. I think that Police Brutality MUST BE STOPPED!! Our own Brothers and Sisters are being beaten for no reason and harmed because Police have some sort of power. My Agent of Change was very helpful for me and my participants, we discussed the death of Eric Garner. We Also talked about why recording is more reliable than stepping in. the reason why I chose to do a meeting is that we all can learn from each other thoughts. I think that this was a really good project, we all were able to do our own topic. I think that I learn a lot by doing research and watching documentaries. I think that I could have put more information in my own words, and Also do more than one interview. I originally wanted to interview two police officers, I was going to compare and contrast their thoughts. I think the best thing that anyone to be included in this Agent of Change is by, realizing the most powerful thing, which is your voice.
Hi again, my name is Adil Shamsuddin, and today i'm here to inform you again about the problem of bad policing. Police savagery is not just about people dice during interactions with natural law enforcement. Brutality goes beyond the use of unjustified physical force that might cause Death . It includes emotional and verbal assault and intimidation that ultimately dehumanize the victim. Brutality can occur regardless of the conscious intent of the officer. Enquiry shows that police barbarism has wellness consequences for individuals who are victimized, and that those who live in disproportionately policed communities have poor health as a direct result, regardless of whether they themselves are dupe of police brutality. But let’s human face it, when people who are unarmed dice directly from police interposition and when the videos go viral, we wage more attention. Despite the numerous deaths of unarmed citizens, massive public outcry, and the outgrowth of the Black Lives Matter movement, constabulary brutality against Brown and black people continues. One of the reasons why this still happens is that as a smart set , we have focused on being reactive rather than proactive. Reviewing video from trunk cameras, having grand juries, subsiding civil rights typesetter's case and the like will not ultimately prevent these deaths or restore what families and communities have lost . Instead, addressing the antecedent cause of law brutality is a preventive strategy that will be more impactful and have positive degree ripple impression across various sectors of the American society. Boodle law office holder shooting towards unarmed inkinesss teenager was released few mean solar day ago. This incident occurred in 2013, but the picture wasn’t released until the civil ailment was filed against the city of Chicago and several ship's officer . The retired Cook County Judge, Andrew Berman was deeply disturbed by this television , so he handed it over to the media. This video footage shows police officer Marco Proano shooting at the moving elevator car full-of-the-moon of six youngster . None of these teen had a weapon on them nor did they acted aggressively toward the officers. Before the accident, two other Chicago police officers had stopped the fomite full of black teenagers. This happened near 95th and Sieur de LaSalle Street in Chicago. One of the teenagers went out of the car and run away. The eternal rest of them stayed in the car, at the time Proano approached. Friday around sextet :35 p.m. at Los Feliz Boulevard and Tica Drive south of Griffith Common , police shot an unarmed piece in the back of the fountainhead , because he had a towel in his hand.The adult male had a towel wrap around his hand. The incident occurred when he raised arm so police thought the serviceman had a gun for hire . The moment a man extended an arm wrapped in the towel, ship's officer exited the vehicle and said: “Drop the gun, drop the gun!” The next matter , the man was shot in the back of the head. Most constabulary officers are committed and ethical. “They work a difficult, life-threatening job, and their days are extraordinarily stressful. However, police officers also exercise a great lot of control over the lives of the hoi polloi they interact with, and an ill-usage of this power is particularly egregious. The personal harm attorney at The Cochran Firm have experience helping the innocent victims of police brutality pursue Department of Justice and compensation”. My questions towards my interview was answered really confusing, something that had made me think twice was, the police officer said that only 2 out of 10 police officers are doing it, so that's not really a problem. The interview went ok, we talked for almost 1 hour, i learned somethings that i never would thought a police officer would say. My questions were answered also confusing, he was trying to go around the bushes. He was telling me that he is not allowed to answer all of them because of his department safety. I was still wondering about how he said that police brutality is not bad. I personally think that police brutality is really bad. If you want to see my bibliography, click here The pictures below shows you images of how people were being arrested and beaten up.
My element is oxygen, with the atomic number of 8. Oxygen is a chemical element with symbol O and atomic number 8. It is a member of the chalcogen group on the periodic table and is a highly reactive non metal and oxidizing agent that readily forms oxides. I got the idea by seeing that oxygen involves water, so the circle things are bubbles. I also drew things dealing with oxygen such as its atomic number. The process that i went through was very easy, the first thing i did was do some brainstorming. After i did brainstorming, i put it on that paper you told us not to lose. After that, i copied onto that paper you gave us, but i did it backwards like you said. After that, i got a white piece of paper, and slowly put it on the other paper. I let that dry also, and cut it out, and put it on the paper. If i could do the whole thing again, i would try and make my color darker. That's because i think the darker it is, the more eye catching it becomes. The thing that i enjoyed the most was drawing, thats because it was my own idea.
i tried cropping it but it wont allow me to .
yo soy el hijo de una madre árabe y padre negro.
Tengo 7 hermanos y 3 hermanas de todos juntos. Mis padres han estado juntos durante 5 años.
Mi hermano asistió community college por 2 años, y mi otro hermano no ir.
Hablo árabe, inglés y un poco de francés.
Mi padre nació en el norte de Filadelfia, donde mi madre nació en ultramar en Marruecos.
Mi papá estaba en el ejército, luchó en algunas guerras y ha viajado por todo el mundo en barcos. Mi padre también saltó de aviones fueron aterrizó seguro y listo para moverse.
Mi familia es propietaria de una casa de playa en una ciudad en África, me voy a la playa casi cada 3 años, lo que es realmente divertido.
Me enseñaron árabe a la edad de 3 años, fue difícil al comienzo mi mamá me dijo, me quedé en Marruecos durante 2 años. Fui a la escuela y aprendió árabe
tengo una familia muy linda, me encanta.
Police brutality must be stopped
My name is Adil Shamsuddin, and I will be taking you on a journey, allowing you to understand the abysmal situation called police brutality. Police Brutality Is something I feel deeply about, this is something that need to be stopped because, we are losing people who have a right to live. This incident usually appears throughout the whole world, but, it's commonly known throughout the areas of washington and new york. Police Brutality “is the use of any force exceeding that reasonably necessary to accomplish a lawful police purpose. Although no reliable measure of its incidence exists—let alone one charting change chronologically—its history is undeniably long”. A lot of people ask themselves this question, why is Police Brutality a thing. Police Brutality had started in the time period of 1874, in new york, when a local police force, started to beating protesters during the Tompkins Square riot.
this is a picture of Eric Garner, this is important because this allows us, to under the wrong of this situation. “NYPD officers approached Garner on suspicion of selling cigarettes. “After Garner told the police that he was tired of being harassed and that he was not selling cigarettes, the officers went to arrest Garner. When officer Daniel Pantaleo tried to take Garner's wrist behind his back, Garner pulled his arms away”. The most outrageous thing is, the people who was around this situation, had either, record their camera out, or just stood there.
This topic is very outgoing towards the way i think because, I want to see a change in the world. I want to see people go outside and enjoy there day without thinking negative towards, if either they would be attacked by an officer who's having a bad day, or just killed by gunfire by a police force because they thought he or she had a gun. “Police killed at least 303 black people in the U.S. in 2016”. Through the board of justice, the supreme court has no approval of this. “The Supreme Court doesn’t decide a lot of police shooting cases, but when it does, it tends to side with the officers. And increasingly it does so in unsigned rulings for which it doesn’t bother to hold oral arguments”.
this rate is explaining to us how many african americans were killed, or face Police Brutality. This chart in between january 2013- september 2016. The numbers started to rise very high throughout the time period of 7/1/14, it drops done nearly at 1/1/15. Also not only it dropped down, it rose even higher around the months of 7/1/15.
these are rates of how much Police Brutality a city face. Not only people faced it around New York and etc, the highest rate of homicide are hialeah. This bar rate is on a average on how many homicides were faced on African Americans, by themselves. This is also rated by per million, so this statistics are pretty full of amount.
this was a march that was specifically for Eric Garner, this shows that not only people want to make a difference, they went out there way to do it. The passings of Garner, Brown, and others on account of Police are not by any means the only purpose starting mass dissents. The day after the Garner shows began, low-wage specialists strolled off their employments in more than 190 urban communities, requesting a living compensation and the privilege to sort out. They, as well, droned, "I can't relax." Workers from fast-food eateries, for example, McDonald's were joined by those from low-wage retail and accommodation stores and carrier benefit occupations.
His PDA video of the last snapshots of Eric Garner's life set off a national discussion about policing and race, and gave the beginning Black Lives Matter development a motto: "I can't relax."
Presently Ramsey Orta will prison to serve a four-year sentence for offering heroin and unlawful ownership of a gun.
Orta, 25, saw the demise of Garner, who was limited in a strangle hold by New York City Police in Staten Island two years back. Police were keeping Garner for offering single cigarettes before a comfort store, and place him in a strangle hold to wrestle him to the ground.
Orta got the follow up on his wireless, including Garner's last words, "I can't relax." He then transferred the video to YouTube and enlivened others to get their mobile phones and record police activities the nation over. The officer required in the dangerous strangle hold — a move restricted under the New York Police Patrol Guide — was not arraigned for Garner's demise.
My image includes a lot of different things that allows you to tell you who i am, what i like to do. I was told to make all of my pictures transparent or, make everything colorful. I learned to pictures look better when they bleed, that's because, it allows your corners to pop out. I changed the background color, the format, and made my words bolder. My slide is way much better than the beginning. Thank you for teaching me this information.
The reason why i choosed the way i decorated the slide was because, everything i put on it was something that i love or enjoy using. My slide included a basketball,icon of instagram,snapchat,and youtube. I put youtube because, i vlog on youtube, what it means to vlog is to, either react to funny vines or anything people enjoy, and to record yourself during daily activities. I made my slide simple because, too much design can mess up your slide. If you're just truthful on what you really use every single day, it should just followed up with facts and opinions. The things that influenced me to become a youtuber is, Adam Saleh, he is a muslim just like me, he has over 1 million subscribers, and he tell people too never give up, he just my role model. Also social media is involved on all of these apps, i love to communicate to other all around the world. its our responsibility to absorb our thoughts,enjoy and to learn new things about social media at a early age. Technology is a huge thing that can affect you in a positive and negative way, you always have to be careful. Even though the internet is a fun thing to explore, there will always be hackers who are trying to ruin your fun and play.
- explain your L.A.N. Local Area Network - all the devices on your internet connection. my connection is good, it works i have a router and a fios router
- reflect on what you learned about networks, did you have an OMG moment that you learned something new and interesting? if now write about what you learned. i learned that even though people who think people cant see what there looking up, people can see it
- what would you tell other people that they need to know about having an ISP/Home network? i would tell them to don't do anything stupid on the internet because people can see it.