Do you think schools should make students wear uniforms to school? Having to wear school uniforms is talked about more and more everyday. Many parents and students think that all schools should have to wear uniforms. Many people think it is more fair to have to wear uniforms, so everyone will be equal. Also so that other kids will no talk to them just because they may not wear designer clothes. School uniforms could be a good thing, but there would be many students that would be unhappy if they had to wear school uniforms. Being able to wear what you want is not only a way to show your style, but also express yourself. Kids should not, not talk to someone because they dont dress the same, but some people just do not mesh well together. Do you think schools should make students wear uniforms to school? Having to wear school uniforms is talked about more and more everyday. Many parents and students think that all schools should have to wear uniforms. Many people think it is more fair to have to wear uniforms, so everyone will be equal. Also so that other kids will no talk to them just because they may not wear designer clothes. School uniforms could be a good thing, but there would be many students that would be unhappy if they had to wear school uniforms. Being able to wear what you want is not only a way to show your style, but also express yourself. Kids should not, not talk to someone because they dont dress the same, but some people just do not mesh well together. The poeple who think that wearing school uniforms would be better, most likely think that too many kids are being judged for how they dress, and not their personalities. Some people re judged on the way they dress, but no one can change that. Some kids just dont get along well and making everyone wear uniforms will not be a solution to the problem. Some people just dont fit in. I do not mean that in a rude way but some people just do not get alonmg well, or just do not have anything in common. They may not fit in with a certain group of people. You can not just wear a certain style or type of clothes and just automatically fit in with a group of people that dress like that. It depends on your personlity and if you have things in common with them or not. If you do not have anything in common with a certain group of people then what will you ever talk about when your around them? Think about it, if there is people who you dress like but do not have anything in common with then what would you ever talk about around them. That is one reason why it would not be fair for everyone to have to wear school uniforms. I guess I understand were some kids are coming from when they say that they can not help the way tht they dress, but wearing school unifoms is not going to change that. They also need to think about it that way too. They need to know that school uniforms is not going to change that. Some kids can not afford a certain kind of clothes and they feel like thats why they are not popular, and that may be a part of it but other kids are not going to just not be friends with them by how they dress. People may judge you or say stuff about you because of what you may wear, but you should not want to be friends with those peopel anyways. You should always be friends, or try to be friends with the people who accept you for who you are not for the clothes you wear or the places you shop at. You need to put the people in your life who want to be in it and have liked you for you since the time they met you. You should be able to be yourself around your friends, all of them. You should not have to worry about if your acting a certain way, and you should never try to dress to impress them. Because if they are a true friend and like you for you, they wont care what you wear or what stores you shop at or if you wear desinger clothes or not. It should not matter, at all. I know that some kids do not like the clothes
TRAINEE’S NAME: Salma Master
Lesson’s main aim(s) (language focus & skills focus): To teach lexis and lexical items in context to the relevant topic (Renting an apartment/house).
By the end of the lesson Ss will able to use a wide variety of lexis in context and identify lexical chunks using a text based approach.
Personal aims: To present lexis accurately and to recycle lexis via text based approach.
Check for understanding and give clear instructions.
Using verbal eliciting approach…
Interview at least one member of the discourse community. Record and transcribe the interview. You might ask these questions: "How long have you been a member of this community? Why did you choose to be part of it? What do [mention words from the lexis] mean? How did you learn to write [mention particular genres]? How do you communicate with other people in [mention specific situations, settings, roles, or purposes]?”
STAGE II: Data Analysis
First, try analyzing the data you collect using the…
ACADEMIC ENGLISH ASSESSMENT
There is a real danger of a house price bubble in London. Discuss.
References in the essay and at the end of the essay
You will be assessed on
Use of source material: you should use 3-8 reliable sources, including at least one academic journal article.
Cohesion, coherence and organisation
Communication and task fulfilment
1st Draft Week beginning Monday 2nd…
Think about your own personal talk (idiolect) what might adults say about it?
The way in which we speak has developed noticeably from the way in which we write, so much that it has become almost another language entirely. In this essay, I will be analysing the way in which I speak and the attitudes towards my speech.
My idiolect is based on several things: regional location, friends, family and occupation. The main influence is my geographical area. I was brought up in Pontefract and spent 23 years…
English language essay
Observing a mix gender French class between the ages of 12-13yrs allowed me to analyse the ways in which CDS are used and the ways they are interpreted by new learners of a language.
Initially, I identified that the positioning of the students were ‘team based’; half being on the left, the other half being on the right. I believe the reasoning behind this is in association with Bruner’s theory of social situations/interactions influencing a child’s participation and therefore…
The Systems & Language Skills of English
(I went to London; I’ve been to London); (Foot; foots) are both Grammar systems because of the verb tense used.
(Lend me $5. Could you possibly lend me $5?); (I’d rather not; no way); (Should; must) would each be Function. Each group communicates a particular purpose.
(Library; bookstore); (Photograph; photographer) are both Lexis or Vocabulary
(Hit; heat) Lastly is Phonology because of the similar sounds.…
J. King Saud Univ., Vo!. 13,Lang. & Trans!., pp. 1 - 9 (A H. 1421/2001).
and Foreign Language Teaching
Said Shiyab* and Mohammad Abdullateef**
* Associate Professor, and ** Assistant Professor, Dept. of European Languages and Translation, College of Languages & Translation, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
(Received AH. 30/12/1420; accepted AH. 22/1/1421)
Abstract: This paper starts with the assumption that translation, when applied adequately and effectively…
Entry Analysis Essay
Indonesia is a republic, with political power established around the legislative, judicial and executive branches of government.
The legislative system comprises of three chambers. The first chamber is the Dewan Perwakilan Rakyat, also known as the People’s Representative Council, comprising of representatives of the political parties who are tasked with passing the laws with the President (Ali Budiardjo). Dewan Perwakilan Daerah is the second chamber involving…
Prof. Anthony Buccitelli
AMST 100 Digital America
In this age of technology it seems that the personal computer is growing as a medium for interpersonal relationships. With social media sites, blogs and forums most people don’t have to go further than their desktops to mingle and/or exchange ideas and interest. There are also sites that allow people to share files, videos, music, etc., sites such as 4shared.com and rapidshare…
discourse structure. While they are on extremely different issues and subjects, many have similar pragmatics or reasons for their creation. As it is impossible to look at all of these groups, the main groups that are going to be looked at in this essay are the differential use of language to illustrate different purposes- to persuade; A, E, F and G, To inform ‘A, E, B, G, and to entertain-C, D, F, G, B. However, in some cases these overlap, and multiple features of different genres are used to achieve…