The massive explosion caused burning debris to shower over the surrounding buildings and onto the streets below, which made it clear that America was now under attack. The terrorist attack killed 2,977 people. This awful event left a scar on America’s society. American Airline Flight 11 was hijacked and flown into the north tower of the World Trade Center
Backing away, proud at his work, he went on home. He had killed the men who took his mother’s life yet impulsive he was and mad crazed that he could no longer stop. Fear quickly spread across the lands of Both mortals and immortals alike.
In class, we looked at several photographs that were taken during the Vietnam War. The one that stood out, and probably had the greatest effect on its viewer, was probably Napalm Girl. This photo was taken by Huynh Cong Ut, and this photo has a powerful message behind it, that is applicable and can still affect people today. On June 8, 1972, a plane from the Vietnamese Air Force dropped one bomb on top of the Trang Bang village.
Not only the Twin Towers were attacked in the 9/11 terrorist attack that day, and not only the Pentagon. America as a whole was attacked, and other countries stood with us. The World Trade Center also known as the "Twin Towers" were struck by two hijacked planes. The third plane crashed into a portion of the Pentagon in Washington, D.C.
In the immediate aftermath of the planes crashing into the Twin Towers, the city became known as a dust city. The WTC was reduced to billions of tons of dust—aerosolized particles composed of building materials that included heavy metals, asbestos and mineral fibers, along with byproducts
(Sometimes I had more than one dream in one night.) I will first say that my sleeping patterns are not at all constant. In fact, they seemed to bounce all over the place. I can confirm that everything that I dreamt about correlated with my thoughts during the day. So, to me, it seems obvious that my dreams are being based off of the cognitive approach to dreaming.
The book was suspenseful; it kept drawing me in for more, each and each day. The book really enlightened me because the suspense and action kept my mind thinking and racing with thoughts that I thought I could connect to the book and make predictions on the future events in the book. The themes between my paragraphs were basically saying you have to look at the bigger picture of the story, just like Thomas did in the maze. The theme of my essay correlates with my title. What I mean about ‘running the maze’ is that to get through the maze you have to look at the bigger picture and find a solution.
I can just imagine the pain and sadness people go threw. Reading this article made my eyes watery because I can imagine myself sending soldiers to kill and be killed. Also having your mother and your four siblings dead, you would never forget the pain. I would like to know
I have grown as an academic student in college and career readiness, as displayed through my English 101 class. This was my third college class on the campus of Los Angeles Mission College, so I thought I was prepared and ready. Yet in my English 101 class I had to come up with my own prompts for my essays and merely came into class to listen to lectures on the basics of English. This was the first class that the teacher did not give me the rules on what to do for the assignment, I had to come up with it myself. Professor Diaz-Cooper did not hand out How-To papers or grading rubrics - she expected us to know and acquire all this information on our own.
During my freshman year at Lakeridge High School I have learned so much information in so little time, I cannot believe how much I have grown as a person and as a student. In my Freshman English class, I have grown and expanded my knowledge of what I had barely known before. Coming from the Portland Public School District, I had not learned as much as the other kids coming in from Lakeridge Junior High. This was a major challenge for me in every class, especially English. First semester was extremely rough for me because I had to catch up on what everyone had already known for years; however, over time I have learned to develop my thoughts and look at different aspects of and see a situation through different perspectives.
The Big Tournament When I was about 5 years old, I found my love for soccer. So, my dad teached me the basics of soccer. As a present for me turning 7 years old, my dad signed me up in a soccer club for kids, where the training was really hard, but a lot of fun. 3 months later, my teammates and I had our first real tournament (against other clubs). The final game in the tournament was awesome because guess what?