My project was to take photographs around the city of Philadelphia and see if I can find any highly littered places to photograph. After that I would report them to Philly 311 and then they get a crew to clean that area that I took the picture of. What I did at first was think of a place in this big city and how I was going to get there. I thought about all these things for a really long time and decided that i'm going to do them whenever I feel like it. The best thing would be better for me to not schedule too much because of the work I have at school. I looked online for the most polluted areas in Philadelphia but couldn't find anything on the subject other than Philly 311 which only had information of where trash is being reported so I stopped looking online altogether. I how I was going to get to my preferred locations we're just walking so I could get a better look at the area's better than a car or trolley. Then I decided that rather than using my expensive rebel XL canon camera I was going to use my iPhone 6 camera because it would feel more natural taking a picture from your phone then an expensive camera not many people have expensive cameras and they don't carry them around that much but they carry their phones so it feels more natural taking a photograph with my phone.
In spiderman (2002) does pass the own identity test because the characters in the movie are white and no other races
I think I changed during the move to a new house. in my old house we looked and felt like rich people we had to kitchens a work out room tons of rugs and very big rooms but then we move not to far from my new house . when i saw what it looked like in compacted naverhood it looked like a very cheap house with the dying plaints i started shacking below my legs when that was also the same time I was moving to a hole new school which looked worse then the old one I was nervous because it was the first time in my life that I ever transferred to a new school in a city. I moved to a different city and went to a high school where I knew that I would struggle adjusting to the people around me and remembering their names.
Adults have lower expectations for kids education than they did in the past. This is because of the huge achievement gap, low graduation rates and less standards. Education for the last generation was different from what it is now.
The achievement gap is testing, test scores and work output amongst each different race in education. Teachers and other people have been trying to close the achievement gap since 1970. However, Progress came to a halt in 1988 because people lost interest. Standardized testing scores show that some schools have a high achievement level whereas others have a low achievement levels. Expectations for some students are lower because of the testing scores and the curriculum they teach. When parents hold their kids to a lower expectation, the kids can figure it out and don’t believe that they’re capable of a lot.
Second Reason: But this is different for a lot of parents with kids who have disabilities or who are disadvantaged at birth.
Question 1 How important is a book to you? I would say that books are very important in my life and I’d say it was all the books I read are very important to me which book is the most important to you I think for me that would be the shock Doctrine in the disaster capitalism which I read last year around November and really changed how I saw the world.
Question 2 Would you consider yourself fast reader or slow reader and how good are you at Reading? I would say that I’m a fairly fast reader although I have recently met several people who just completely Eclipse me in Reading PA I would say I’m a good reader and of that I can comprehend what I’m reading very well although as I just said that I cannot read nearly as quickly as I thought I did.
Question 3 Do you have any stories you could write as book? The answer is yes there are stories from my life that I could put into a book although I’m not sure how exciting not necessarily be thinking more exciting than they actually are and I personally do have ideas for what I could write into a book although I’m not I’m pretty lazy so I haven’t gotten started on anything yet probably never will.
Everyday I go hunt for some frogs near the river I get about 3 frogs a day then all a sudden the frogs stopped coming I got nothing this month. i've been eating nothing but small insects but those tiny bugs do not make my hunger go away. I need to find frogs or eles i will starve to death. huh I sense something unusual. what is this a human wearing leaves and branches who has all these frogs!? I’m going fallow him out. As I sliver though the forest chase the human I see less and less of my and more of habitat and hear noses I never heard before I'm so scared. is this more humans and there knocking down the trees and digging into my home with these yellow thing I must confront them but there's too many and i'm unfamiliar with this place. I can't do anything can I- hay!!! I what is this rope around my head it no no the human again!!!.
Hola, soy Desarae Gilbert(add your groups names)! Somos estudiantes de Science Leadership Academy. Está en el centro de Filadelfia y está cerca de Comcast Building, el Franklin Institute y el Kimmel Center. Es bastante divertido, interactivo y muy interesante. Hay 484 estudiantes y 19 profesores. Hay 4 pisos pero técnicamente hay 5. Amamos a nuestros Chromebooks. Ofrecemos muchos deportes y actividades como fútbol y beisbol. También ofrecemos clubes como CIC y poetry club. Participo en CIC porque quiero ayudar a mi comunidad. Los miércoles, unos estudiantes van a la Franklin Institute. Participamos en las clases que son de 1 hora y 5 minutos.
En Science Leadership Academy tenemos muchas clases como español, bioquímica, inglés, tecnología y muchos más. Nuestra clase favorita es almuerza. Nos encanta relajarnos y comer haciendo durante almuerzo. En todas clases necesitamos una computadora y una bata de laboratorio. Todas clases es mucho importante. Usted necesario trabajo muy duro a tener éxito. Clases es mucho de divertido. En Clases hacemos mucho actividades divertidos tal como disección y aprender espanol canciones y muchos más. La profesora es Señorita Manuel. Ella es cómica, divertida1, inteligente y muy talentosa. El director es el Señor Lehmann. El Señor Lehmann es un trabajador, comico, deportista y muy inteligente.
La Srta. Manuel enseña español. Me gusta como ella enseña en clase. Es bastante cómica, habladora y boba. La Srta. Jonas enseña historia de los africanos-americanos. Enseña muy bien. Es delgada, sociable y simpática. El Sr. Kay es el profesor favorito de Tamir. Enseña inglés y teatro. Le gusta actuar, leer y practicar deportes.
Los estudiantes de SLA son diferentes, creativos, sociables, listos and trabajadores…¡y chéveres! Hablamos en la cafetería. Estudiamos y trabajamos bien juntos.
Nos encanta SLA porque es desafiante y tenemos grandes sueños para el futuro. Lo que más nos gusta de SLA es las actividades y los clases. Tenemos muchos proyectos y nos gusta.
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