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  • Ethics Of Dumping Essay

    affected nor the environment and animals. If a product is regarded as unsafe to sell in the United States, then it should never be allowed to be dumped into other counties. First because, it is still considered unsafe no matter which country it is in. Second, third world countries are not any less human than first world countries. Third, the harms of continuing to use, sell or produce those products are both harmful for the people and the environment. Another issue that arises from the dumping…

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  • Essay About Vietnamese Culture

    Culture is an important factor that my parents hold highly of and felt that my siblings and I should learn every aspect of it. Growing up, my siblings and I attended Vietnamese classes where we learned how to read and write Vietnamese. Vietnamese is not that hard to learn because the letters are similar to those in the English language, but the difficulties was in the accent marks on the words. A wrong pronunciation of the word meant another word. For example, the Vietnamese word for dad is ba,…

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  • Code Switching As A Home Language: A Study

    integrated classroom that consisted of 20 native Spanish speaking students and a teacher, Ms. Page, who believed in valuing the first language and culture of her students. She believed in utilizing those things to better their first language (L1) and second language (L2) development. Ms. Page allowed for first language use within her classroom throughout the day despite the activity or presence of monolingual students. Students used their L1 often to translate in many different avenues. Some…

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  • Student Assignment 1: Student Assessment

    Part A. Student Identification – i.e., student name, age, school, and grade level. Alexandra R. (name of the student is changed) is a second grade female student. Her parents are divorced. She is living with her mother and stepfather, and soon she is going to have a brother. She spends weekend with her father and her grandparents. In her free time, she is enjoying swimming. Her favorite subject is math. After communicating with her teacher, I found that Alexandra is new at school,…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Monolingualism

    In today’s internationally connected world, monolingualism is becoming more and more of an anomaly. Business is conducted across countries, cultures, and people while media is often successful in a multitude of languages. Benefits aren’t always so tangible - a study by Kathleen Marcos (1998) showed children who have a higher level of fluency in two or more languages are more flexible thinkers, better communicators, and have more doors to other cultures as well as a greater job pool in their…

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  • Individualized Educational Plan (IEP) Meetings And Mexican American Parents

    “Individualized Educational Plan (IEP) Meetings and Mexican American Parents: Let 's Talk About It” written by Loretta Salas, highlights some keys disadvantages that Mexican American parents face. In retrospect, I feel that these same dilemmas can be extended to several different foreign-speaking parents. The article highlights several major issues having to do with the American education system. Not only those it focuses on the issued of under-representation of Mexican Americans, but the…

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  • University Personal Statement Examples

    I’d never thought I’d be interested in pursuing Psychology in University, but it makes sense looking back now. I have always been fond of working with children, and I understand the issues they may face as they reach their teenage years. From the age of twelve, I suffered from depression and self-harm. I struggled with my identity as well as my body image, something many teenagers have troubles with as they mature. I was in a dark period of my life, but since then I have learned to love myself…

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  • Second Language Question: Bilingual Children

    Second language question: Bilingual Children Age plays a significant role in learning a new language. It is not easy to learn a new language for adults. There are many difficulties and obstacles facing those who want to learn a new language. Languages differ from each other, the most important way of reading and grammar. Learning a new language like a child at the beginning of learning to speak. According the essay “Literacy: A Lineage”, by Melanie Luken, who was a French and English major at…

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  • Digital Technology: Should We Be Using Technology?

    Introduction For the past 25 years, digital technologies have been swiftly changing the world in business, communications, and politics. Technology has been changing the way humans think, interact, and behave and these days more and more children are growing up accustomed to technology. Long exposure to technology can interfere with the dynamic of face to face relationships. Most people are now accustomed to communicating online, where they can say whatever they want, with little consequence and…

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  • Cultural Biases In The Workplace

    The workforce is comprised of several different ethnic cultures, national origins, and races, which demand communication to be modernized to fit the diversity of their work population and to create inclusion for all employees (Nichols, Homer & Fyfe, 2015). However, there are several challenges for a diversified workforce. Globalization poses problems for organizations due to language barriers, age of employees and generational groups. Diversity training needs to be developed for…

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