English 1301 FO1.
3 December 2012
Journal 1- Exemplification on college students to get a part time job
Imagine it is your first day of collage class. You have no money to pay for your books, classes and your dorm living. What would you do? Some may say that they would call their parents to help out and some will help their kids but some will want them to learn how to live on their own. One way to learn to live independently is by getting a part time job to pay for some bills and other needs such as working experience, cost of living, and Independence.
Journal 2- Definition essay on the word challenge
Journal 3- Sources from Cause and Effect essay
“Remembering What America Found After 9/11.” CBSNews. CBS Interactive, 19 Sept. 2010.
Web. 8 Nov. 2012.
This article, Remembering What America Found After 9/11, CBS News wrote on the 11th anniversary on the devastating attack on September 11, 2001. Every year thousands of people gather around the World Trade Center site and read the name of the ones who have passed on the day of the attack. On that day, President Obama and the Frist Lady had a gathering at the White House to pray and have a moment of silence to the ones that died and talked about the rebuilding of the World Trade Center and it will be even taller than the one before to show how proud we love and stand up for the ones who died that day and to be proud to live in America.
“September The 11th 2001 and Security Dilemma. “Canadian Social Science. 6.5 (2010): 178-189. EBSCO. Web. 5 Nov. 2012.
The article, September The 11th and Security Dilemma, talks about terrorism is one of the reasons we now have a tighter security system at mostly airports because this is what caused September 11th and the bombing on the twin towers. Fear was used in this article a lot to show that no matter what happens to America, we won’t be afraid of anything because we have been in deeper water than ever. Nobody will be in fear because we have tight security everywhere and a strong country to fight back if it ever happens again.
Journal 4- Argument essay on getting pets fixed
Every pet owner knows that there are enormous responsibilities that go along with having a cat or dog. You must feed and exercise your pet, to keep it physically healthy; you must play with it, and keep it emotionally healthy too. You have to keep it safe from cars, people, or other animals and you ought to protect other people, property, or pets from your own animal. There’s another responsibility that not all pet owners think about, however: spaying or neutering, or “fixing.” What does “fixing” you pet mean? Simply put, it means taking your pet to the vet for a quick, cheap surgery that will prevent your pet from ever becoming a mother or father. This surgery solves problems that pet owners know about, and some that they might not have considered before. In fact, I believe that all pet owners should be required to have their pets fixed.
Everybody loves a cute new puppy or kitten. But those cute babies soon get bigger, and right now, there simply aren’t enough homes for them all. Some unwanted animals go to shelters, or “dog pounds.” These shelters are like prisons for animals, but with one important difference: many of the prisoners will never get out. Shelters have limited funds and limited space, and they cannot keep all the animals they collect. If a cat or dog is not adopted within a certain time period, that animal is killed. On the other hand, not all unwanted animals go to a shelter. What happens to a homeless animal left out on the street? Remember, our pets are exactly that - pets. They aren’t wild animals. They cannot find fresh water or hunt their own food (especially in a city). They cannot understand traffic laws, so they often get struck by cars. They are susceptible to common illnesses - illnesses that they can then spread to other animals, including pets. They are not tame, so they may attack