Fast food companies should stop targeting kids for their benefits, as kids health is compromised due to the fast food kids eats. People have to be aware of the effects of fast food and people should stop eating fast food to stop the risk of bad health problems. People should eat homemade food to make sure they are not providing bad food to their bodies. People need to know the difference between good and bad food, and the effects of good and bad food which will help them pick healthy food. Schlosser demonstrates fast food as being the food that has negative impacts on people’s lives, and helps give knowledge to people to understand the health related problems due to fast food to help make healthy decision while pick food to provide healthy
(Elliott) When a college was using a book as a requirement some of the students decided to not read it due to some of the things that the book had in it. The writer Keane said, “Surely those college students have seen 10 billion images more obscene on the side of a bus than the few raw or suggestive drawings in the book.” The author also said other important things about this book and they are “We have just found new and different offenses to be outraged by, and most of them can be found in the books we teach.” and also “An unfortunate commonplace in our educational institution these days is the notion that students must be protected from certain literature because it could damage them or trigger hidden traumas.” These quotes are so true in the sense that these students need to learn about some of these topics even though they may not be comfortable with it because it may be a part of society that they need to become more
Cursive Handwriting Should cursive writing be put back into schools? Living in America today on a day to day basis, students living in this era don’t know how to read or write in cursive handwriting. Many people today don’t even know that cursive handwriting has been taken out of public schools for years now. “Today people use the keyboard as a better way of writing” (Hotz,Robert L). We need to take matters into our own hands and put cursive writing back into public schools before the rest of our world becomes a total wreck.
Too much television or internet will have a negative impact in our health styles, such as ruining our eye sight and decrease the hours of sleep. The lack of sleep increases the chance of stroke, heart attack, Alzheimer’s, and depression. The positive side of technology advancing is prolong our lifespan. It is easier to research and gain information without trying to find the answer to a problem. The technology can spot the problem within our body and how to cure it.
However, there are underlying issues for math and English standards. The Common Core math attempts to emphasize “... on breaking down numbers into their component parts so that kids better understand what it means to add, subtract, multiply and divide” and includes visuals to demonstrate math concepts (NPR). However, Common Core math actually overcomplicates simple arithmetic as it requires students to explain the process behind how they reach the answer. Another concern for Common Core math standards is that it will not be able to prepare students for college by the time they graduate high school. Despite how thoroughly planned out the teaching plans for math are, “the standards set a floor, not a ceiling.
real final copy The Hunger Games banned Lately, I’ve been reading a very popular book that has swept the nation, The Hunger Games written by Suzanne Collins. I’ve read the book before, although now I have read it again to investigate why such a popular book would be banned from school libraries all over our country. Banning books now days have been a very big issue in my opinion because libraries are banning the best books ever made for tiny little problems. This is causing kids to miss out on great books that they may not have enough money to buy, so school is the only place they can get books. By examining the offensive aspects of the book, I think that it's questionable to whether or not this book should have been banned in some schools.
As a student in high school did you ever feel like the standardized test are helping you or making you get in to a better college? Have you ever thought about how many hours students and teachers spend preparing for the standardized test? Many hours and studying are being put into those test but are they really effective and are the test doing the students good in life? Standardized tests are really just to effective, teachers and students spend too much time on them and it’s not doing the students any good, and even it’s not doing the teachers any good. Standardized tests in schools today in Ohio should be stopped because they are causing for teachers to be evaluated by the test results of how the students do on the tests, they are having the students more stressed about school and do they benefit you in colleges and university and do they really look at how well students do on them test.
Even though school are trying to make improvements the steps they are taking are actually worsening the situation. The nation is trying to lower the number of obese children but these steps are far too drastic in the wrong direction. With my proposal of bringing my mother, kids would no longer choose the option of starvation rather than consuming school lunch. Not only would the school be saving money, but also feed children healthy nutritious food that will reduce
For my personal opinion I believe the parents are to blame for our public health. Parents need to be more responsible for their children 's eating choices of unhealthy eating and the lack of exercise. I believe that lawmakers need to set a law for children to have daily exercise. Children are the future of our nation and we need to protect them the best we
There are multiple reasons why a ban on junk foods to any extent in public should not be implemented. Some of these reasons are that a ban could influence an opposite effect on the children, junk food is not the only food contributing to the obesity, and finally the only way to truly reach these children is through their homes. Obesity won’t change by looking at schools, keep the junk food as an option at all times to keep
Healthy ingredient and nutrition are high cost and they won’t help companies earn profits. As consumers, we might feel disappointed and angry after reading Moss’s essay. Most of the food companies don’t care about consumers’ health. For them, following the market strategy and earning profit are the most important things. Food companies even change the nutritional profile to make those food products look healthier.
Although being offered incentives may help people live healthier lifestyles, it should not be the way that America should be dealing with this epidemic. Restaurants and grocery stores especially should be putting in effort to advertise and sell healthier options rather than extremely fatty and sugary food. These few small actions could have a great impact on America if the effort was put forth. We should be focusing on making the United States healthier by doing little things at a
He understands that if students are failing they have to recover quickly and it may cause them to not understand the concept and they may end up taking “remedial math” because they were “pushed to hard and too fast”. Another persuasive element the author uses is logos. In “what about calculus” it explains that the “U.S. students ranked second from the bottom in 2003 Trends in International Math and Science Study” but the kids who were taking calculus ranked first in the world. Not every student is going to be ready for AP calculus that 's why some schools offer other math alternatives to help.
According to Derek Bok, incoming freshmen enter college “deficient in their ability to communicate” (Bok, 2006, 67). While it seems as though they should have been learning and practicing this during primary and secondary schooling, the burden of strengthening these abilities falls on universities. To teach students how to compellingly speak and write requires additional time and effort from faculty, as well as financial resources. Though not an easy goal to accomplish, communication skills are vital in the workforce. In Simon and Banchero’s article “Putting a Price on Professors,” 30% of employers did not think their new college graduates had sufficient writing abilities (Simon & Banchero, 2010, 3).
Some people say that racial slurs are why they ban some books, but most kids are gonna learn about racial slurs in their social studies class anyway. So why not let them better prepare themselves by reading a more challenging and mature book. Therefore, I believe that school board members should not ban books from the school library because, students can get more of a challenge from certain books, you also can get many life lessons from a more mature book, and students also get more of a choice which means more books to read. So I think it is completely wrong to ban books from the school