Perhaps include a short video on “We Are What We Eat”. This session would be more focused on the moms and their eating habits. I would also emphasize the importance of them setting the example for the children, and teaching their children the importance of eating healthy and the dangers of poor eating habits. The next scenario where I am a history teacher giving a speech on the Vietnam War, which I am a veteran, I would share some my experiences and how this war has affected many lives both here and
My first assessment with Rheya was a concept of print assessment on the book “Follow Me Moon”. Rheya is five years of age and attending a kindergarten class at Miramar Elementary School. Once we sat down together, I explained to her that I was in school to become a teacher and that I needed her help for several assessments. I wanted her to understand why she was being assessed and I also wanted to give her a sense of purpose by “helping me”. After informing Rheya about the assessment, she responded by telling me that she wants to become a teacher when she’s older as well.
They can make a balanced breakfast that can last them through most of the day or have more time to clean themselves up before school. Also, a later start would be more convenient for parents too. Most of the time a parent’s job will conflict with school starting times. It forces the parents to drop off their children way earlier before the school even starts. “Elementary schools start as late as 9:15 or 9:30, forcing working parents to send their young children to before-school care as well as after-care.
Some examples would be Obesity, the lack of nutrients a child needs, and the influx of chemicals that come with the eating of fast food (Lombardo, ?8 Monumental Pros??). These are problems because America has been fighting against child obesity for years and having open campus lunches near all of these fast food chains and unhealthy food choices would combat the work of the movements against obesity. This is very important because the health of a child affects how the child behaves, learns, and communicates (Lombardo, ?Top 7 Pros and Cons?.?). Studies show that overweight students tend to have more problems with learning and paying attention (Miura). Many parents also fear that children would have the chance to skip school of get into drugs and alcohol while they are loose for their lunch break.
A third of the child population below the age of 20 are considered obese. The way Americans eat today and the lack of physical activity is leading to serious health risk that will continue to get worse as children age. Parents need help from the government to help make changes in the environment that children grow up in. such as, limiting the unhealthy advertisements targeted at children, creating safe places for children to place and exercise, and encouraging parents to prepare nutritious meals for their children as opposed to fast food (Childhood Obesity). Interagency Working Group has started making a difference by setting recommendations for foods advertised to children.
The argument by logic, emotion and character are all put into Outliers to convince the readers that success is what you make of it. Pathos emotionally connects with the reader. Outliers shows many examples, one would be the story of 12-year-old Marita living in a one-bedroom apartment with her mom. To reach her success “I wake up at five-forty-five a.m. to get a head start, I brush my teeth, shower. I get some breakfast at school, if I am running late…” (Gladwell, 264).
How this turned out to be good was that after their argument, the next day Rose got a job as a teacher at their elementary. The argument forced her and made her realize she needed to get a job. Although the argument could of turned out to be violent and lead to someone getting hurt, if the fight had never occured Rose wouldn’t have applied for the teaching job. Her being a teacher brought home more money than they usually have, meaning they were able to have food in the fridge benefitting for the whole family. In one of the chapters Jeannette said with her mom having a job they could put mayonnaise in her hair for picture day to make her hair look good (pg.
The Struggle of Everyday Life In Anna Quindlen’s essay “School’s Out for Summer” she expresses the importance in why we need to end child hunger and the struggles that parents go though to make sure that their child get a good meal that day, even if they don't eat, the child will still get a meal. Child hunger is a problem for everybody in the world we live in today. It's not just in rural african countries, but its also in the “best country” in the world, some people may say, which is United States. The issue is child hunger. Quindlen uses good evidence that backs up the topic of child hunger.
Her parents and friends thinks she can because all school year she she has high grades and is a smart child. She fears that if she isn’t smart enough, and she doesn’t get good scores, then she cannot go to Princeton college. Carly thinks using the Taker is going to get here that guarantee to Princeton college. The theme develops further when Carly decides she wants help from, Ronald Gross and Mr. Lettich. Carly takes tutoring lessons from Ronald, after school every day.
In the future all these things will be very beneficial to these students everyday lives. Furthermore, 100 community service hours should be a requirement for high school graduation. Since many teens already have a lot on their plates with homework and extracurricular activities they often put themselves first above helping others. Also, many teens spend their weekends locked up in their rooms or just watching tv all day, they could do something very productive with the time they are wasting. With this in mind, community service not only helps your community but it helps get students out of their houses.