With many open sources such as SparkNotes, Wikipedia, and Google, hardly anything that students create requires much effort. Honestly, is what I’m “learning” relevant? All I’m learning is how to do well on tests, how to manage my time, and how to get the most benefits with the least amount of effort. But maybe that’s what school is
As you can see, the War of Spanish Succession, the Seven Year War, the Constitutional Act and the Act of Union were very important events that changed the shape of our country. It shaped our country by creating conditions for Canada’s Confederation. These conditions were crucial for Canada’s Confederation because it made Canada’s Confederation possible to happen. The legacy of the past left us to speak mostly english and we get the chance to vote for people in the government. This was important because instead of us speaking english people would be speaking mostly French in Canada.
80,000 Austrian and Prussian armies were marching towards France to end the revolution (Doc C). It is true that the French forces stopped them at the Battle of Valmy in 1792, a year before the Reign of Terror (Doc C). But the goals of the revolution was to spread the new ideas of liberty, equality, and male suffrage (the right to vote) across Europe. In 1791, Austria and Prussia officially expressed their support for the French monarchy (Doc B). Furthermore, France faced internal threats in the Western region of Vendee, where emigres or nobles conspired against the young republic.
Post Thirty Years war left France looking for a new leadership style that would give plenty of stability. What France received was Louis XIV, who would reign under the new absolute monarchy government. During Louis’ reign, divine rights controlled rank in society. This left many confused on why they were picked to be at the bottom of society, and why the king was given his power. Jean Domat, a royally appointed juror by king Louis helped explain a better understanding of the new system of governance to the people of France in his writings.
His father was Apollos Rivoire, a French immigrant who came to America on his own at the age of 13, and Deborah Hichborn, a Boston native and the daughter of an artisan family Paul was important to history because he saved a lot of lives by warning Lexington about the British and that they were coming. If Paul hadn't done that, who knows what America could be.
This play should be part of the English curriculum. It has a different style of writing, the language goes along with the times, it is based on real events, and the difficulty level is just right for high school students. The Crucible should remain compulsory on the curriculum. One of the most important reasons why The Crucible should be part of the curriculum is because of its historical context. Very few of the books read for class are based on historical events.
After the war, France went through a period of rebuilding and regrowth both socially and economically. England was more prolonged in rebuilding due to an engagement in the War of Roses shortly after the end of the Hundred Years War. The war lasted through five kings for both the French and the English, starting between Edward III of England and Phillip VI of France in which neither saw the final
Almost all schools in Ethiopia are taught with English. When looking for a job in Ethiopia the first thing they ask is whether an individual is fluent in bilingual and the second language most definitely had to be English. This doesn’t mean English is popular in Ethiopia, it just projects on how much English is known and taught tin Ethiopia. The U.S only one language, but there is more than eighty five different languages in Ethiopia. Ethiopia is rich in its
For other students, they will not study French at all. Was it just a waste of time? Should they study another subject instead the French language, shouldn’t they? The French immersion school has a benefit for education and it is perfect environment for student who would like to study French. But it is not necessary to study French as required subject in regular school, it should be an elective subject
As an undergraduate, I had many course of how to teacher students with special needs, and it did not become a requirement to take the SEI endorsement class until the semester after I graduated. Why is this a new focus when the laws have been in effect since the 1960s? I questioned whether or not this new focus in Massachusetts was due to Question 2 and the new legislations that are discouraging bilingual classrooms. According to the Attorney General’s summary: The proposed law would require public schools to educate English learners (children who cannot do ordinary classwork in English and who either do not speak English or whose native language is not English) through a sheltered English immersion program, normally not lasting more than one year. In the program, all books and nearly all teaching would be in English, with the curriculum designed for children learning English, although a teacher could use a minimal amount of a child’s native language when necessary.