Wednesday, February 7, 2007

Problem-solution essay unit

Wednesday, Feb. 7th, 2007

1. State the problem:
In the girls bathroom downstairs the stalls don't lock.

2. Give Evidence:
Kristy Wickner, 15 is a female at tartan high school who says that its inconvenient for the stalls to not have locks.

3. Examine contributing factors:
Inbetween classes the girls bathroom becomes very crowded. Sometimes there is no choice but to go to the dreadful unlocked stalls bathroom. The stalls open, and sometimes people stumble and fall into stalls, throwing the door wide open to embarrassment.

4. Propse a solution:
Put locks on the stalls. Locks that WORK

Monday, February 5, 2007

Raft Assignment Feb. 5

Feb. 5, 2007

I think that children's behavior skills have increased. Katherin Kersten is right when tells about how kids behaviors have gotten out of control. Parents are afraid to say no, which gives kids more freedom. Children will end up testing their limits to see how much they can get away with. But kids turn out to be how they were raised. Although lots of kids work better if they have more freedom, alot don't. Parents can tell if their kids are going downhill, they should react and fix. If children are continued to be raised like this our future is not going to be something to look forward to.