Annotated Bibliography :
Golics, Catherine Jane, et al. “The impact of patients' chronic disease on family quality of life: an experience from 26 specialties.” International Journal of General Medicine, Dove Medical Press, 2013. <www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3787893/>
After reviewing this source, I noticed that it gave me a lot of background information. I also noticed that it was an interview put into a sort of document. At first I didn’t think that this source was reliable, but once I started getting more into it, I noticed it has a lot of references. I also saw statistics, and the interview questions that was talked about. Most of the interview questions that were asked answers my capstone question on how families feel about their relatives conditions. So maybe I can use some of these questions to ask the families I get in touch with.
Good, Byron J., et al. “Impact of Illness on the Family: Disease, Illness, and the Family Illness Trajectory.” SpringerLink, Springer, New York, NY, 1 Jan. 1983, link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-1-4612-5433-1_6.
Although this source is similar to the other source, I selected this one as well because it’s the impact instead of the effect. This gives me a lot of information on how illness affects the whole family and the different ways they can cope together as a whole.
How Families Cope With Chronic Illness - Watchtower ONLINE LIBRARY, <wol.jw.org/en/wol/d/r1/lp-e/102000363.>
After reviewing this source I got more information on how families cope. I also noticed that this source puts together verses from the bible, which I think is really reliable. It also gives questions families frequently ask doctors when they find out their loved one is diagnosed with an illness. This source helps me a lot because it gives a variety of information. It talks about the many ways someone can be supportive, so this can help me on how to be supportive to the families I talk to.
“Interviewing an individual to gain a family perspective with chronic illness : a clinical demonstration.” Free Library of Philadelphia, [San Francisco, California, USA] : Kanopy Streaming, <know.freelibrary.org/Record/2103858.> https://freelibrary.kanopystreaming.com/video/interviewing-individual-gain-family-perspective-chronic-illness-clinical-demonstration
At first I didn’t think this source would be reliable. Although this interview was about a man’s experience on chronic illness, it was still able to help be gather information. While watching this interview, they introduced the skills they would be talking about which included, coping strategies and impact on family. They also explained ways someone can cope even without family members, but how to on their own. During the interview, the doctor asked the patient many questions on how he coped, and how he felt about the loss while he was a young boy. In the end, this source was pretty useful for me.
Institute of Medicine (US) Committee on Health and Behavior: Research, et al. “Individuals and Families: Models and Interventions.” Health and Behavior: The Interplay of Biological, Behavioral, and Societal Influences., U.S. National Library of Medicine, 1 Jan. 1970, www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK43749/.
This source shows how families and or the individuals that are diagnosed behave. An individual sometimes feel guilty when they’re diagnosed because of the many things their family has to go through in order to prepare for them. The many equipment they have to get, and the amount of money they have to gather.
Lawrence, Erika. “The Impact of Chronic Illness on the Family.” http://www.igliving.com/magazine/articles/IGL_2012-06_AR_The-Impact-of-Chronic-Illness-on-the-Family.pdf
This source provides informations on the different strategies to cope with a family member's illness and the impact on it. It not only gave information on how families cope, but how individuals, as well as couples together cope. It gave the many effective ways for both couples and families. A big thing I noticed, was family therapy. I could use this, to see whether the families go through family therapy together or even bring up the different ways I learned, to give them ideas on how to cope. In the end, this source was really helpful for me and I will be using it as a guideline when I visit the Ronald Mcdonald House.
Rothenberg, Michael B. “The Effect of a Child’s Chronic Illness on the Family.” Psychosocial Family Interventions in Chronic Pediatric Illness, 1982, pp. 163–178., doi:10.1007/978-1-4684-4247-2_24. <https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-1-4684-4247-2_24>
This source is a book called “The impact of Chronic Illness on the Family”. Not only does this source show the different ways to cope, but it also shows what the impacts are for the families. Not every family goes through the same thing, so there are many different things that could happen. This source gave me a lot of information, and was very helpful with not only coping but also the impact it has.
“Saying Goodbye.” Saying Goodbye: Coping With a Loved One's Terminal Illness, www.helpguide.org/harvard/saying-goodbye.htm.
This source provides information on how to properly say goodbye and cope on a loved ones illness. This shows grief and the challenges that the family could face. The process of coping and grieving takes awhile. There’s many steps of these things. At first I didn’t think this source was reliable, but it gave me good information on my topic.
“Signs and Symptoms of Trauma - Causes and Effects.” PsychGuides.com, www.psychguides.com/guides/trauma-symptoms-causes-and-effects/.
This source shows the many causes and effects for Trauma on illness. It gives information about the signs and symptoms to know someone is diagnosed with trauma. Trauma is a really serious thing, and this source can help me know how to properly talk to the families, just in case they are sensitive about a certain topic or thing.
“When a Loved One is Terminally Ill.” When a Loved One is Terminally Ill: Talking About Death and Making End–of–life Decisions, www.helpguide.org/harvard/dealing-with-a-loved-ones-serious-illness.htm.
This source shows how families prepare for the worst when they know their loved one is diagnosed with an illness. They have to prepare financially, physically and emotionally. This source gives the many ways family does these things. This can help me put together information on my end product or slideshow.
“You’re pregnant, Mrs. Ross.” Dr. Venezuela said.
Lisa’s heart dropped.
“It’s actually Miss, I’m not married.”
“My apologies, Ms. Ross. But as I was saying, the urine test came back and told me that you have been pregnant for six months now. Congratulations.” Dr. Venezuela said.
Lisa got up from the examination table and walked around the room in circles.
“But that’s impossible! I’ve never had sexual intercourse before. How could I have known? I don’t even have a pregnant belly.”
Dr. Venezuela pulled out the urine test results, to show her that it said she was pregnant.
“You must have me mixed up with someone else. Dr. Venezuela. I am not pregnant.” Lisa said as she tried to walk away.
“Lie down Ms. Ross. Let’s do an ultrasound.”
They quickly began and ultrasound only to discover Dr. Venezuela was right. There was a little baby inside of Lisa and she didn’t even know this whole time. It’s been six months and someone is just now telling her she is pregnant.
“Maybe your system is broken. Or maybe this is a joke. April Fools! You got me.” Lisa laughed before realizing this was actually serious.
“Listen, I don’t know what to tell you, Ms. Ross. The test says you’re pregnant. Now, I have to go to a meeting, I’ll see you next time.” Dr. Venezuela replied.
Lisa walked out of the doctors room confused.
“How could I be pregnant? This is impossible. I’m a virgin. I have never had a boyfriend before. I never even kissed a guy before. This is crazy. I can’t believe this. This must be a dream. Maybe I should take a pregnancy test. It should come back negative because, I mean, I never had sex.” Lisa thought as she got into her car and drove straight to her mother’s house.
“Mom! Where are you?” She yelled as she walked into the door.
“In the kitchen. What’s wrong?” Her mom asked.
Lisa took a deep breath.
“Mom what am I going to do? How could I have not known?”
“You need to calm down. Maybe this is all just a misunderstanding. Or maybe you did do something and don’t remember? It’s okay to admit it honey, you don’t have to be shy.” said mom as she tried to calm her daughter down.
Lisa walked away.
“ I can’t believe it. My own mother doesn’t believe me… Oh My God. She should have extra pregnancy tests lying around somewhere. I need to find them, take it and prove to Dr. Venezuela and my mother that I am not pregnant.”
Lisa walked into the bathroom, focused on looking for a pregnancy test. She looked inside the closet. After moving everything around, she found one. But, the only problem is she doesn’t know how to use it and the instructions aren’t in the box. She grabbed her phone and looked up how to use a pregnancy test.
“Ok, so all I have to do is put a drop of pee in this area and wait a few minutes for it to say negative. Got it.”
As she was waiting for the result to come back, it occurred to her that this strange thing has happened to her about four months ago. She remembers being at the Lollapalooza Festival, in line to get a chilli cheese dog. As she finished eating, a strange woman walked up to her and asked Lisa for her name. She told the lady her name and remembered giving her a handshake. There was something strange about her. She had four fingers on each hand, as well as kind of long arms. She also remembered the lady not saying anything else, but giving her a long hug. As they hugged Lisa felt a slight pain in her stomach. But she thought it was the aftermath of the chili cheese dog.
“That’s gotta be it. That lady. That strange lady from the Lollapalooza Festival must have done this. That pain that I felt, it wasn’t from the chilli cheese dog, it was from her. She must have been transforming some evil baby inside of me. But how am I going to explain to my mother as well as Dr. Venezuela that this is what really happened. They won’t believe me. I’m screwed.”
Forgetting about the pregnancy test, she walked away from the bathroom and walked to her room. She laid in her bed, staring at the ceiling and thought of ways on how to tell her mother what happened. She knows her mother wouldn’t believe an alien-like woman got her pregnant just from a hug. As she laid there thinking, she started to feel nauseous. She closed her eyes, hoping it would go away but instead she started coughing. She ran to the bathroom to throw up. Instead of throwing up the breakfast she ate this morning, she threw up bloody hair balls.
“This is strange. Really strange. What is going on? What is happening? I need some help. But no one will believe me, no one would help me. What am I going to do?”
Suddenly, there was a knock on the door.
“Lisa, are you okay in there? You’ve been in there for quite a long time now.”
“Mom come in, you are not going to believe what just happened.” Lisa said as she pointed at the toilet.
“What am I looking at Lisa?” mom asked.
“I threw up bloody hair balls mom, do you not see them in the toilet? It’s disgusting mom.”
“Lisa stop playing games with me, I don’t see anything. Now I need to shower and get ready for work. Will you be okay on your own?”
Instead of answering her mother, Lisa walked out of the bathroom completely shocked. She shook her head and went back into her room to lay down.
“I can’t believe it. How could it just disappear like that. It was there in the toilet, and then it just vanished. Disappeared like it was never there. Something is going on. Something is wrong. This is strange. Why is this happening to me? This has got to be a joke, a dream, something. I’m not pregnant and I know I’m not because it’s impossible. I’m a virgin. Never had sex, never kissed a guy, never went on a date. But that lady, oh man. I can’t. My mind is everywhere right now. I think I need a nap.”
---1 hour later---
“Owwwww! Mother! Help me!” Lisa woke up from her sleep, crying out for help only to remember her mother was at work.
Despite the pain she was in, Lisa got up from bed. She grabbed her phone and her keys and walked out of the house. She needed to go to the hospital. She got into her car a drove off. When she arrived at the hospital, she cried out that she was having a baby and was rushed into the Delivery Room.
“No no no no no no, not right now. It’s only been six months, I thought babies were supposed to be carried for nine months, I don’t understand what’s going on. First Dr. Venezuela tells me i’m pregnant, then the bloody hair balls I threw up, and now i’m in the hospital ready to deliver the baby. This all just happened today. My life is great, super great. I’m not even prepared to take care of this baby. I don’t have anything, no crib, no carrier, no bottles, milk, none of that. How am I going to be a mother?”
“Can someone please call my mother? I can’t do this alone, I don’t know how to be a mother. Someone please call her and tell her I’m here before the baby comes out. Please. Thank you.” Lisa yelled as she entered the delivery room.
“What’s your name?” asked the nurse
“My name is Lisa Ross, did you call my mother?” she asked
“Yes, she’s on her way. But as of right now I need to take of all your clothes, put this gown on and lay in the bed. Turns out you were just having major contractions. I’ll be back to check up on you when your mother arrives.” the nurse said as she left.
---Ten minutes later---
“Lisa, Lisa, Lisa, are you okay? What’s going on? I got a call saying you were giving birth?” mom asked with concern.
“Turns out, I really am pregnant and could be giving birth today. Mom, i’m scared.” Lisa replied while tearing up.
“Everything going to be okay baby, I promise. She relax.” mom said as she held onto her daughter's hand.
Just as her mother said that, she began to feel the contractions again. But way worse. It was like the baby was eating her insides, forcing itself to come out. She started to scream and yell, as her mother called for the doctors and nurses. As they came running in, something strange was happening. Lisa’s eyes turned white, and her body started to shake. But no one could see it. This was not a regular baby, This was some kind of creature that only Lisa could see. The creature started to pounce on Lisa’s stomach, trying to force itself out. It was ready to be born. The nurses and doctor didn’t know exactly what to do. But since she couldn’t have a normal birth due to the fact that she was a virgin, they decided to give her a c-section. They quickly rushed her body to the operating room. They quickly laid her on the bed, and began the c-section. Lisa was already passed out so they didn’t have to wait. They began cutting her stomach open, but at first her skin was too rough to cut through. So they grabbed a heated rag, hoping it would somehow make her sweat and soften her skin. After her skin became soft enough, they started to finally cut through. They needed this to be done as soon as possible before the creature ate Lisa inside out. But that was what Lisa thought, everyone else thought it had to be done as soon as possible so that they wouldn’t have to wait any longer and that the baby was ready to be born.
“Come on baby. You got this.” her mom cried as she held her daughter's hand tightly.
The baby was born and Lisa was all stitched up.
“It’s a boy!” the doctor yelled.
Lisa woke up. Afraid, she starts to scream.
“Where am I? Why am I here? What’s going on?”
“Baby, calm down, you gave birth to a baby boy.” said her mom.
“That is not a baby mom. It tried to eat my insides, I am not crazy mom. You have to believe me. That thing is not a human being, It’s a creature.” Lisa said.
“Honey, don’t say that to your child. He is adorable and is not a creature. Her hold him.” mom said as she tried to hand Lisa her child.
“No! Don’t let that evil thing near me mother. Get me out of here.” she said as she tried to get up.
“Honey you cannot leave. The doctors have to move you to the other room. You have to stay here for a couple of days. They need to take care of you, you are not looking so well after this birth.” her mom said.
Lisa couldn’t stand being near that baby, or that creature. It’s like she was the only one who could see that this wasn’t a normal birth, it isn’t a normal baby.
“What is seriously going on? Why can’t anyone see what i’m seeing? First the bloody hair balls I threw up disappeared, then the creature pouncing on my stomach forcing itself out, nearly eating me inside out, and now they can’t see the creature I just gave birth to. Instead they see this cute adorable baby boy. Someone needs to wake me up from this dream. I don’t want this thing, I don’t want to be reminded of it, I don’t want it near me and I don’t want to take care of it.”
“Excuse me, but there is some sort of mistake here, some sort of misunderstanding. But, this is not my child.” said Lisa
“Ms. Ross. Being an eighteen year old mother must be hard to believe, but this is your child. You just gave birth to him dear.” said the doctor before walking out to give Lisa some rest.
A few moments later she heard a knock at the door. She figured it was just her mother coming back from the bathroom so she called for her to come in. There was a deep silence and Lisa knew there was something wrong. She opened her eyes, only to discover the strange lady from the Lollapalooza Festival. Lisa laid there, closing her eyes and reopening them to make sure she wasn’t seeing things.
“I’m here to take my baby” the lady said
“Where are you taking it?”
“Back to the other world.” the lady replied
“So you’re telling me that I was put through this horrendous birth, just so you wouldn’t have to? You made me give birth to a creature that could have eaten me alive. Why me?” Lisa yelled
“Because I read you. You were a virgin, never had kids before, never did anything and I felt like this was the perfect opportunity. I needed you. My master told me I needed the baby to be birth by a pure person, or else the baby would turn out to be insane. He told me that if the baby turned out insane he would leave me.” the lady said
“This is ridiculous. This unidentified lady is going to stand there and tell me that all of this was just so her master wouldn’t leave her and just so her creature baby wouldn’t turn out to be insane even though he is already insane. It’s not like I was the only virgin female at the festival. Oh my goodness, or was I?” Lisa thought
“Listen, Lisa i’m sorry. But there was no other pure female at that festival, I had to use you. But now that it is over, i’m here to take the baby and leave you alone for good. I will erase your memory, so you won’t remember any of this. When you wake up, everything would be back to normal as if this was all just a dream.” said the lady before she disappeared
The next morning Lisa woke up in her own bed. It was just as the lady said. Her memory of the baby was gone. Lisa woke up with major stomach pain. She looked down at her stomach and realized she had a long scar on it. Lisa called out for her mother confused.
“MOM! Come here, right now.”
“What?” said her mom
“What is this?” she asked while pointing at her scar
Her mom looked at her in shock. Lisa has never given birth before, so it was weird to see her daughter having a c-section scar.
“Honey, that’s a c-section scar..”
Both Lisa and her mom were confused. They figured the quickest way to figure out how Lisa got the scar was to go to the hospital. They got into the car and drove to the hospital. Waiting, Lisa couldn’t stop looking at her scar. It was as long as her foot, and she wears a size 6 ½. As she touched her scar she began to think.
“What is this? Why is it here? Why does it feel like this? It’s squishy and long. What happened last night? I honestly don’t remember anything. I remember eating dinner, laying in bed and not feeling well and all of a sudden I had this sharp pain in my stomach and I ran to the bathroom.”
“I had a dream..” said Lisa
“What dream?” asked her mom
“There was this lady who came and told me she wanted her baby.”
“I don’t think I came to the hospital last night to check on my stomach pain. I never had surgery before. Maybe this is from the ultrasound from yesterday? Hopefully this scar will go away.”
“Ross family?” asked Dr. Venezuela
“Uh yes, we’re here.” Lisa and her mom said as they walked towards the room
“So I woke up with this scar” she said while lifting up her shirt
“And I wanted to know where I got it from. Could it have been from the ultrasound yesterday?”
“No. You had a baby boy. Remember? Said the doctor
Lisa and her mom looked at each other in confusion. Little did Lisa and her mother know, Dr. Venezuela was actually the strange lady from the Lollapalooza Festival, the lady who impregnated Lisa and left her to give birth to a creature. But since she erased Lisa’s memory she didn’t realize who it was. The lady lied. She said she’d leave Lisa alone after the situation, but instead she wanted her to continue to go through this alone. After six months, Lisa was still a virgin and told she was pregnant. She threw up blood hair balls, and had another c-section. Again and again, she had to get a new scar. The strange lady wanted to torture Lisa so she would eventually kill herself and be just like her.
Comparing "The Taming of the Shrew" to "Clueless"
In the book “The Taming of The Shrew” and the movie "Clueless" it show how certain connections represent power in relationships. In the movie, Cher gets upset when she can never get someone to like her, and when she finally thinks she did he turned out to be the opposite of what she thought he was. Later on, Josh chose to mess around with Cher making her annoyed of his existence. As well as Petruchio who tells Katherine to do things even when she doesn’t want to. In the book, Petruchio’s goal was to win Katherine’s love and to get her to do the things he asked for her to do. In the movie, Josh’s goal was to win Cher’s love and make her realize this whole time he was in love with her.
“Why came I hither but to that intent?
Think you a little din can daunt mine ears?
Have I not in my time heard lions roar?
Have I not heard the sea, puffed up with winds,
Rage like an angry boar chafed with sweat?
Have I not heard great ordnance in the field
And heaven's artillery thunder in the skies?
Have I not in a pitchèd battle heard
Loud 'larums, neighing steeds, and trumpets clang?
And do you tell me of a woman's tongue,
That gives not half so great a blow to hear
As will a chestnut in a farmer's fire?
Tush, tush, fear boys with bugs!”
Petruchio is talking about his taming skills and how he would eventually get Katherine to listen to him and do what he say. As well as how to get her to fall in love with him. Just like what Josh did to Cher.
During this scene Cher is asking Josh if he could do something for her, but he denies and ask why he should do what she ask. But she kept on begging him and eventually he gave in and did what she asked.
“Nay, I will win my wager better yet,
And show more sign of her obedience,
Her new-built virtue and obedience.”
Petruchio won his bet, Katherine listened to him and did what she was taught to do. He won his earnings, as well as her love.
At the end of the movie, we can see that Josh got what he wanted just like Petruchio got what he wanted. Cher finally realized that she was in love with Josh the whole time, as well as he was with her. He won her love and became happy with each other at the end. At the end of the play, Petruchio claimed he won Katherine's love and “tamed” her but we aren’t quite sure if they are happy to be with each other.
In conclusion, we can see that the movie "Clueless" and the book " The Taming of the Shrew" are similar when it comes to dating and relationships. Both the men were working there way into gaining the love of the women they wanted to be with. Petruchio did it to prove he can get Katherine to fall for him and to win the earnings he was promised, and Josh did it because he really was in love with Cher and wanted her to see it. Cher and Josh both loved each other as we are unsure if Petruchio and Katherine did.
All I remember was standing there seeing his lifeless body laying on the bed. Covered with white sheets, I was afraid to remove it to see his face. What would be different if we stopped him sooner? I asked myself over and over again but knew that we were too late. I remember being at school, in the back office room with a few other people, getting ready to order some food. Playing with a pair of scissors and talking to everyone, I checked the time and I noticed that I have received a text from my mother. “He passed.” I didn’t quite understand what she meant by this so I asked her for confirmation, “What do you mean?” She replies with a heart stopping text “Grandpa left us baby, he’s gone. ” My heart sunk and broke into a million pieces. I didn’t really know how to react. I dropped the pair of scissors I was playing with and suddenly began to cry. I just sat there for a good 5 minutes crying my eyes out before the man told me to go talk to my homeroom teacher. I was brought to her by one of the girls I was with and I remember having my head down the whole time I walked. When I got to the room, all the teachers who was eating lunch together stopped to look at me and then asked what was wrong. I told them what had happened. I remember her asking me if I wanted to go home, and at first I said no. She then told me to go to lunch with the others and if I felt like I wasn’t going to be okay I could go back to her and tell her I want to go home. I walked into the lunchroom, still crying, unaware of the many heads that turned to watch me as I walked in. Certain people that I knew ran up to me and hugged me asking “What’s wrong?” “Are you okay?” “Omg, what happened?” I didn’t know how to answer and it triggered me so I began to cry harder. My friend Melanie brought me back to my teacher and I told her I wanted to go home. She allowed me to call my mother, “mommy, i wanna come home” she said “ok baby nemo is gonna pick you up.” And “nemo” is what we call my cousin. when he arrived to the school, He signed me out and i remember the office ladies saying to me “i hope you feel better honey!” before I walked out. I got into the car and my cousin looks at me and says “you ready?” i answered with “no” and he said “stop crying, everything's gonna be okay my dear” and I slowly stopped crying. I then remember pulling up to my house not wanting to walk out of the car. “Let’s go my dear” he said as he walked up the steps to my house with his head down. As soon as I walked into the door, the first person I saw was my Aunt Lisa and I ran straight to her and began to cry in her shoulders. She rubbed my back telling me he was in a better place and that I should go and comfort my grandmother. When it was my turn to say goodbye I could think of nothing but his smiles. My grandpa was always the one to make me smile as I was younger. I remember Christmas of 2006, I was afraid to open all my christmas presents. I cried until he would pick me up and put me in his bed and I would automatically calm down. He would pat my back and hum me a song in Cambodian, until I fell asleep. It breaks my heart everyday thinking about how life would be if we still had him with us, physically. My family probably would be more happy and more put together. He was such a great man, the strongest man I knew. I miss him so much. I felt like his death was my fault and that I jinxed it. Everyday since he passed away, I could think of nothing but the fact that it really could have been my fault. The reason why I thought it was my fault was because the day after I saw “The Fault in our Stars” he passed away.
Hola! Bienvenidos a nuestros escuela. Nosotros somos Thomas, Anthony y Tatiana, y nuestro equipo es Archbishop Romero. Tenemos catorce años pero Anthony tiene quince años. Somos estudiantes de Science Leadership Academy. Esta en Filadelfia, PA. Está cerca de tiendas y también el estacionamientos. Nuestros escuela es más o menos pequeña pero es bueno. SLA tenemos 600 estudiantes con cerca de 50 profesores. Hay 30 estudiantes en una clase con uno a tres profesores. Nuestros escuela tenemos cinco pisos pero uno piso no lo hacemos utilizar para la escuela porque la gente vive en la escuela. Ofrecemos deportes como baloncesto, softbol , ultimate frisbee y más. También le ofrecemos clubes, programas, y especial clases ; drama, la ingeniería , el arte y la tecnología. Para más información, ven con nosotros!
Yo tengo español, matemáticas, historia, inglés, bioquímica, y arte. Historia es interesante y nosotros trabajamos duros. Necesitamos computadora y cuaderno. Español es muy difícil. Para tener éxito en Español, nosotros prestamos mucho atención. Tenemos que hacer la tarea. En Español, nosotros escribimos palabras nuevas en nuestras carpetas. En bioquímica, a veces necesitamos la bata de laboratorio.
Yo tengo súper professores. Nos favorita es el Señor Kay. La Señor Kay enseñar la clase de inglès. Su clase es muy divertida. Enseña muy bien. Nosotros leemos muchas libros. También, tenemos las clase de matemáticas. La profesoras son la Señorita Giorgio o la Señorita Thompson. Son inteligente de todo, pero muy inteligente de matemáticas. Tenemos 600 estudiantes. Los estudiantes en SLA son muy divertida. Son sociable y súper artistico.
Nos encanta SLA. Lo que más nos gusta de SLA es el libertad durante almuerzo. Tenemos libertad con todo. Podemos crecer fácilmente. Nos encantan la ubicación. Nos gustan la historia y las personas en Filadelfia. SLA es divertida, pero difícil de aprender. Necesitamos trabajar duro, pero está valer.
intro : yo presente a tú ... Los Seres Queridos en Mi Vida ( The Loved Ones in my Life )
yo : Hola! Mi nombre es Tatiana Ream. Tengo catorce años. Mi cumpleaños es veintisiete de junio. Soy americana y camboyana pero vive en filadelfia. Yo tengo el pelo café y los ojos cafés. Mi gusta la toma de fotografías, dormir y escuchar música. No me gusta nada estudiar. Cuando tengo tiempo libre yo bailar y cantar.
èl : Su nombre es Ayden. el es mi hermanito y es muy adorable. Tiene uno años. el pelo y los ojos es igual es mi. le gusta thomas y sus amigos en tele. no le gusta besos. el es muy importante a mi. lo quiero mucho!
ella : Su nombre es Brianna y ella tiene catorce años. ella es mi larga distancia mejor amiga. ella es de Houston, Texas pero vive en Killeen, Texas. ella es muy bonita a ella le gusta
a bailar, cantar y tocar el piano. Brianna es una persona muy buena. ella siempre está ahí para mí cuando yo la necesito.
ellas : ellas son mi mejor amigas. sus nombres son : Melanie y Mariah. Mariah tiene trece años y es también mi larga distancia mejor amiga. ella es de Corpus Christi, Texas pero vive en San Antonio, Texas. Melanie tiene catorce años. nosotras amigas por seis años. ella es de argentina pero vive en filadelfia. Ellas es muy hermosas y chévere. A ellas les gusta instagram, la toma de fotografías, escuchar música y jugar con sus teléfono. mis dos mejores amigos hablar espanol.
nosotros : esta es mi familia. los fines de semana nos gusta pasar tiempo juntos. de vez en cuando nos gusta partido y bailar, sin embargo mi hermana le gusta cantar contigo. Amo a mi familia tanto.
fin : muchas gracias! (:
Have you ever wondered how you have access to any website without it saying “BLOCKED!”? Well, that’s Net Neutrality. Net Neutrality is basically a principle of a service provider that helps you access any website/internet sources. It’s actually a very important thing for people to know about. Especially teens who is always using/on the internet to do many things like social media or homework.
Net Neutrality is important for teens to know about because they’re basically on the internet almost/every day, lets just say 24/7. Have you ever been on Netflix, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr etc and all of a sudden it kicks you out and say something like “you don’t have access to this website right now, try again later” or “ERROR” at the most random times? Thats maybe because you probably don’t have Net Neutrality. It sometimes can harm your parents because they’ll have to pay for you to be able to go on websites you want, whenever you want. Also, they’d have to pay for the speed of the internet, maybe thats why your wifi and internet has either been really slow or really fast.
Its good for teens to know about Net Neutrality because they should be grateful to have it. To be able to use the internet when they need help on homework, when they’re bored and want to go on youtube or netflix and when they need to keep contact with family and friends on twitter, instagram facebook, email etc. If it isn’t for my parents spending money on internet, wifi, etc for me and my family to use than I think laptops, phones tv etc wouldn’t exist in my mind.