Canada is a civic nation, with the second largest landmass in the world, only after Russia. Canada is made up of two official languages English, and French across the ten provinces and three territories. Quebec is one of these ten provinces, and un similarly to the nine other provinces, the majority language in Quebec is French. Quebecois people are a distinct ethnic nation, different from the rest of Canada. As a result of being an exclusive ethnic nation, Quebec has some major issues, which include racism, intolerance to others who are not Quebecois.
Reign of Trudeau Canada has 23 different Prime Minsters that was in charge of Canada since 1871, but all of these men did not have a positive effect on Canada, while they were in office. Pierre Elliot Trudeau, the 15th Prime Minster of Canada was an exception. For 15 years of being Prime Minster, Trudeau was a great Prime Minster because he united a country which was historically divided and ushered it in a unique bilingually identity. During his time in the office, Trudeau made great advancements in social, political and cultural spheres of Canada.
Romeo and Juliet Essay “Some shall be pardoned, and some punished; for never was a story of more woe, Than this of Juliet and her Romeo,” the Prince notes at the end of the story. This quote in Romeo and Juliet, a play, by William Shakespeare is expressing this play was a one of a kind that had many easy passes and difficulties throughout. The death of Romeo and Juliet was a result of Friar Lawrence’s action. One of the many actions Friar Lawrence did that resulted in Romeo and Juliet was marrying them in the beginning.
In ‘What gets students motivated to work harder? Not money’ by Matthew G. Springer, he explains how many use money to motivate children to work hard and how it doesn’t actually work. To prove this he will use his status and credibility, his information and statistics, and emotions to get us, the readers, to side with him. In his argument Springer uses ethos, logos and pathos to get you to lean towards his side.
• Thanksgiving themes (similarities and differences between life then and now) • The Story of Pilgrims by Katharine Ross and The Very First Thanksgiving Day by Rhonda Gowler Green • Students will develop an understanding about how the lives of pilgrims are similar and how they are different from the lives we lead today. 3. Content Objectives • Students will list two differences and two similarities between themselves and the Pilgrims. 4. Language Objectives • Students will tell what is the same between themselves and the Pilgrims using the words “like” and “similar”.
In Act 2 we see the first appearance of Friar Laurence who collects herbs and flowers proposing about their powers and their abilities to heal and poison. He is devoted to preaching, doing missionary work and caring for the sick. He serves as the confessor for all the characters in the play. He loves peace and wishes that the Capulets and the Montagues would unite. In this scene Romeo arrives and tells Friar Laurence of his love for Juliet and asks the friar to marry them later in the day.
As French is Canada’s second language, French education needs to be in place for all students, starting from kindergarten to grade 12. There are many benefits on learning a new language. Learning an additional language allows for more career opportunities, allows people to learn about another culture, and has been proven to help with memory. French is the third most spoken language in the world, that says something in it self.
Multicultural Traditions and Celebrations in Canada First of all I’d like to tell you about celebrations in Canada. Celebrations in Canada separated on two types: recognized worldwide celebrations and national celebrations of Canada. The most important holiday is Canada Day. Canadian celebrates it on first of July.
Two people, a father and his son, say their own little prayer before bed. The son asks the Lord to make him into the man that his dad is. The father asks the Lord to make him into the man his son thinks he is. As adults, particularly as a father of a child, we need to realize that the success of our children weighs heavy on our shoulders. There are things I remember as a child vividly and for some reason I tend to hold on to the negative ones.
William Shakespeare in the play The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet uses conflict between the Capulet and the Montagues to create drama. Throughout the play, Friar Laurence has a tendency to make the wrong decision when it comes to Romeo and Juliet. Which relates to the death and downfall of the star cross lovers. For example, Friar Laurence in Act 5, scene 3 lines 267-268 here is how: Friar Laurence states “Miscarried by my fault, let my old life/ Be sacrificed, some hour before his time,” meaning that he knows he made some bad decisions and that he is at fault. It follows that Friar Laurence is the ultimate cause of the tragedy because he made some bad choices.
Over the early years of 1900 I believe that Canada is a divided and self-centered country because of the four problems Laurier faced during that time period. Firstly Laurier was divided between English Canadian and French Canadians. Whatever he did he seemed to never be able to please either side or get them to agree on the same point. In the Boer War English Canadians and French Canadians had a disagreement over the fact that if they should be sending army troops over to South Africa to help out Britain in the war.