When people say “If you don’t like the school lunches, then bring your own.”, a lot of people get upset and sometimes angry because some people can’t afford to bring in food from home because some families are limited to what they can give their children when they come to school. Not everyone has the same income or benefits that other families might have. So when the school knows that not everyone can bring in lunch and knows that majority of the school doesn’t like what the students are being served, the school should be quicker than quicker to make sure that there is being a change in what the students are eating. Students understand that there is a food act that pretty much tells schools what to feed us and in what portion but there have been multiple occasions where food have came out cold and moldy. I know from
Late start school has a negative effect on the whole community, not just the students. One way that late start school would affect the whole community is that many bus routes would possibly have to be altered to accommodate the late start schedule. New buses may have to be purchased and new drivers would then have to be hired. Purchasing new buses and hiring new drivers would take away district/grant money that teachers need to purchase school supplies, pay for extracurricular activities and pay for out of class activities. Many parents would also have to go out of their way to take their children to school.
He goes on to say “Complicating the lack of alternatives is the lack of information about what, exactly, we’re consuming” (197). He says there are no nutritional calorie charts on fast food packages, the way they are on grocery items. Most readers would instantly understand that statement, but Zinczenko hammers it home with an example of complicated calorie facts. He shows how fast food restaurants make their calorie information complicated by splitting up different parts of the meal. (198).
How many people skip lunch or just sit for about 30 minutes just waiting for lunch to be over? There’s many people that don’t like lunch, the lines are too long and you barely have time to eat because once you’ve gotten your food they announce that you are dismissed to class or the food they are giving is just not the type you like. I think you the principal should give us the right to decide if we want to stay and eat what they are giving in the cafeteria or if we want to go out and get food from another place. Either way they’re some people that still go and skip a period just so they can go and get food so that in lunch they’ll actually eat something.
Dunkin Donuts is facing more challenges in the business due to change in the taste and preference of the customers. There are more shifts in the consumer taste and preference towards health-conscious food that is affecting the entire existing business. Next, there is a decrease in the number of customers visiting the store exclusively for donut as there are more companies in the market to provide coffee and other beverages and other foods and donuts that are pulling the crowd. The next major issue is that Dunkin Donuts is generating more revenue from various beverages and shakes sell when compared to donuts indicating about declining
It’s an emerging discipline with content, concepts, paradigms and theories from interdisciplinary fields. Multicultural education seeks to give diverse students an equal change in school, life and contributing to build a healthy community. One of its important goals is to help all students to acquire the knowledge, attitude and skills to function in this new pluralistic and changing society. Some of the skills are know perfectly another language and other culture; this will make you different from other students when you’re looking for a job and many others aspects day to day.
Additionally, the forever changing food industry has caused the introduction of fast food and frozen, fast to make foods because many people don’t allocate the time to make all of their meals because they say they have too much going on. This epidemic has caused many foods and celebrations to seemingly lose their authenticity as many people show up to gathering and events with a store bought snack. In my opinion, this ruins the fun of having a potluck, where everyone brings a dish and everyone shares, style of celebrations. Rarely do people comment on the quality of the cooking or complement each other anymore because often times the response is simply “Oh I didn’t make it, I bought it at the store. Aren’t they great though.”
(Ellen Bialystok, p1). Bilingualism is experienced by any human being, no matter the age. Even “at the lowest levels of knowledge (…) exposure to fragments of other languages is unavoidable”. Pure monolingualism is hardly a reality, especially nowadays when books and movies in foreign languages are available and easy to reach by any individual. Ellen Bialystok is right about how children experience “different kinds of interactions
Boys and girls can freely express themselves without “fear of embarrassment or feelings of inadequacy [that] may accompany the co-ed classroom experience” (Source #3). In single-sex classrooms, students also do not have to worry about impressing the other gender. For example, many students from both genders place much attention on their physical appearance, sometimes in hopes of impressing the opposite gender. Students can instead focus on their studies and schoolwork in a single-sex educational environment since many of these schools require a school uniform. Even if a single-sex school does not enforce a uniform, students typically are not as keen to wishing to impress those of the same gender.
Questions of abandoning or maintaining one’s home language affects education policy in all immigrant receiving nations. Because of the consequences of colonisation, migration, nation-formation, traditions of exogamy, and modernisation, some degree of bilingualism is typical of most people in the world.” Today the most advanced nations realise that they can no longer be ignorant of the languages and cultures of other people on this planet. This is why bilingual-multicultural education was initiated. It was believed that this approach will build closer ties between the students’ community, their language background, and the educational plan of the school.
Some concerns Ron my endure with new customers are: the customer will not want to buy his company’s products (Johnston & Marshall, 2009). The customer does not trust Mid-Town’s products (Johnston & Marshall, 2009). The customer may not like or trust Ron (Johnston & Marshall, 2009). Last, the customer thinks the prices are too high (Johnston & Marshall, 2009). Many customers are concerned about buying products from new vendors, moreover, they do not know the brand of the products and if they would hold up to expectations (Lurie, 2004).
The first reason is how Firehouse Subs was completely disorganized. The employees did not have any concept about how to work the cash register. Most of the employees still did not have an idea of what was included within the menu. It was hard to stand in front of the employees and watch them struggle as much as they did.
However, many people do not believe her ideas and methods because not everyone can afford everything. Many people have to put a limit on their spendings and many have to keep an eye on sales and deals in the store to buy affordable things. Kondo’s methods forces people to tidying up things, but some may have memories with it or experiences. However, her methods are shown as if people own too much stuff and those things do not bring joy. Therefore, Kondo’s ideas make people to lose their contacts with their past and make people sad about nostalgia.
Tenorio says, “It is not the awareness of racial and cultural differences that leads to prejudice and racism, but how people respond to these differences” (p. 26). Every student is different. It is up to me and every other future teacher out there to always be available to their students as well as to be open minded and