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    Community Portrait Formerly, family members were the ones who taught children how to mingle and behave in appropriate settings. Home and school were together as one; in addition, children intelligent were shape by their guardians, relatives, and the community they lived in. However, throughout the years, schools and communities practices have increased significantly. In the education field, this is known as collaboration. One can see that the tradition of teacher and parent communication has not faded away. The purpose of this content is to make evident on how the demographics of the community can influence student’s education. Since, strong group effort is expected to determine the resolution of the challenging disputes that students and teachers are confronting due to our unstoppable diverse nation. Cibola High School serves 2,559 students grades 9-12. The student /teacher ratio is 26 students per teacher; whereas, the state average is 18 students per teacher, making Cibola High School above average. The demographics are 83% minority mostly Hispanic enrollment, which is more than the state average at 58%. There is a high rate of students with migrant worker parents. The students of migrant workers have different experience than other students who are not brought up in this environment. The cultural differences associated with Hispanic families who grow up in the migrant worker community are very different than their American counterparts. For example, migrant students…

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    Rohan Vanaparthi English I Honors Analysis Questions September 11, 2017 Essay Option I: Slim and the other men have no say and representation in the seizing of Candy’s dog’s life. The relationship that Candy had with his dog had boundaries beyond other workers on the field; his dog acted as a permanent companion, served with complete devotion and adherence to tasks on the ranch. Loneliness, being a major theme, attributed to the Candy’s need for a companion as most ranch hands did not converse…

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    Society And Discrimination “I get awful lonely.”(86). In John Steinbeck’s Of Mice And Men, every character in this novella feels isolated at some time, and he uses these feeling to shape the feelings of each character. In the 1930’s, migrant workers were commonly found moving to farms across the country in search of jobs. Black people were left in dust because of their skin color; women were considered property just because they were female; and older people were commonly given the jobs that…

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    The Effects of Cesar Chavez and his Union Cesar Chavez was a man who dedicated his life to improve the treatment, the state of work, and salary of farm workers. He lived a hard life too, he lost his home at the age of 10 years old. He stopped going to school in grade 8 and he served in the Navy. He was the founder of the National Farm Workers Association and he did everything possible to accomplish his goals, he sacrificed his life and boycotted too. This story begins with his early life, when…

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    A common question answered by literature throughout history has been of the basic goodness or immorality of humanity. John Steinbeck demonstrates the cruelness of humankind in his novella, Of Mice and Men, through the story of two migrant farmers, George and Lennie, who travel with one another looking for work in an apathetic world. Throughout their travels, they come across many people who all share the common feeling of loneliness that was prevalent in 1930s America. Their experiences on a…

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    There are over 20,000 Lost boys in Sudan. In the book “A long Walk to Water” show how Salva had many challenges that he faced before, during, and after the Sudanese Civil War. Three reason that show the challenges Salva faced before, during, and after the Sudanese War are that he had to take care of cows and had to do school work, to keep on walking even though he was hurting, and how different the weather was. First of all the only worry he had before he started walking was taking care of the…

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    Since the era of colonization, oppressors would attempt to stifle descent by either completely wiping out or altering the history and experiences of the colonized. As a result, a curtain of collective indifference was created that effectively rendered certain groups of people as invisible, and deemed their experiences and suffering as irrelevant. The Romans referred to this tactic of structural violence as domnatio memoriae or “condemnation of memory”. In modern-day terminology, medical…

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    Cesar Chavez Benefits

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    members-Cesar, his wife, Helen, and their eight young children on March 31, 1962” (About Cesar Chavez). Although he had his first proper-paying and stable job, he left to follow his dream: advocate for the rights of farmers. Cesar was determined at all costs to help the farmer’s cause. In order to bring about his change, “Chavez employed nonviolent means to bring attention to the plight of farm workers. He led marches, called boycotts and went on several hunger strikes” (Cesar Chavez-Activist).…

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    What would you do if you had the choice of either having to witness your loved one be tortured and killed through cruelty or the simplicity of you having to take their life through a mercy killing? Sometimes saving a life by taking one is the ideal action to take when it comes to someone you love, this is called Enthusiasm, a choice that a character had to face in the 1937 novel “Of Mice and Men” by John Steinbeck. “And George raised the gun and steadied it, and he brought the muzzle of it close…

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    The Power of Loneliness The Great Depression was an era of hardship for many, and kept several people from accomplishing even the most basic goals and dreams. Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck tells a story of two friends, George Milton and Lennie Small, and their search for a better life in rural California. George, a smart but small and wiry laborer, and Lennie, a giant man who is mentally challenged, take jobs bucking barley on a large ranch outside of Salinas and try to save money to…

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