High school is important for all students, so what should they do when they begin high school? If someone had asked me that question when I was in high school, I would have said “I don’t know”. However, now I can give value advice based on my personal experience: students should focus on their studies, they should make friends, and they should participate in extracurricular activities.
Focusing on study is the most important thing students should do. Most high school students misunderstand that they have only so much time to study, so instead of studying, they like going out and playing games. Actually, the knowledge acquired in high school provides a foundation for higher education. Therefore, to prepare for higher education, studens should concentrate on what their teachers say in class and study hard. When they have questions, they should not be afraid to raise their hands and just ask their teachers. That’s what teachers are there for. Of course some students will worry that their questions are somehow stupid and that their classmates will make fun of them. Since a question reveals a desire to learn, no question is stupid;
pro- believes that providing information to consumers about medical conditions and available treatments helps patients make educated choices about their health….Pfizer supports the continued ability of companies to provide information to consumers about pharmaceutical products and medical conditions through ethical and responsible DTC,by being a participant in the management of a health journey, the voice of the consumer will be heard and the physician will help guide… Advertising done responsibly can participate and help provide value and utility without selling.”A strong empirical record demonstrates that DTC communications about prescription medicines serve the public health Increasing the likelihood that patients will receive appropriate care for conditions that are frequently under-diagnosed and under-treated;
con-banning a constitutionally protected right to free speech, even commercial speech, must be reinforced by evidence that indicates the banned speech negatively impacts society. In the case of DCTA, those negative impacts, including intrusion on the patient-prescriber relationship and increased healthcare costs, are evident and overwhelming.DTC advertising has done two pernicious things. It has created a nation of hypochondriacs with depression, bipolar disorder, GERD, Restless Legs, insomnia, seasonal allergies and assorted pain, mood and ‘risk’ conditions and it has reduced doctors to order takers and gate keepers. Thanks to TV drug ads, patients tell doctors what is wrong with them and what pill they need, coupon in hand. Drug company-funded web sites even give patients talking points to use when they see the doctor, lest they don’t ring up a sale. Selling prescription drugs like soap makes a mockery of a medical school education.”
refusing to give up her seat to a white man on a Montgomery, Alabama, city bus in 1955, black seamstress Rosa Parks helped initiate the civil rights movement in the United States. The leaders of the local black community organized a bus boycott that began the day Parks was convicted of violating the segregation laws. Led by a young Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr the boycott lasted more than a yea during which Parks not coincidentally lost her job and ended only when the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that bus segregation was unconstitutional. Over the next half-century, Parks became a nationally recognized symbol of dignity and strength in the struggle to end entrenched racial segregation.When an African-American passenger boarded the bus, they had to get on at the front to pay their fare and then get off and re-board the bus at the back door.Three of the other black passengers on Rosa’s bus complied with the driver, but Rosa refused and remained seated. The driver demanded, “Why don’t you stand up?” to which Rosa replied, “I don’t think I should have to stand up.” The driver called the police and had her arrested. Later, Rosa recalled that her refusal wasn’t because she was physically tired, but that she was tired of giving in.rosa had a big iimpact on the black lives matter movement
Why is it such a social issue? What do people disagree about in relation to this topic? but there is a disagreement in my topic which is should college players be paid
What is your proposed solution? Why do you think this is the best solution? my purpose is too speak on all the college athletes and i think it would help the players out alot and get them a start in life
What are pros to your solution? college players would be paid and building there life
What are cons to your solution? they , might not always do right with there money
Any questions to your audience members for help on your topic? (Need to post at least 2 questions) why should they be paid? should they be paid s much as nfl ?
He comes on stage blindfolded and with tape over his mouth. He removes the covering. “A voice and a vision for Black Culture,” says the text. This, remember, is amid the championship game for a sports league that has effectively blackballed a talented quarterback who protested on behalf of fellow African Americans.
dragonesque breath of fire Dinklage emits as his song ends. The eternally dignified Freeman delivering a tune called “Get Ur Freak On” will never not be funny. And the cameos by Rhymes and Elliott add depth. Doritos ‘n’ Dew may not be the best thing to put in your body, but in the diet of Super Bowl advertising, this is pretty nourishing stuff.
Another nod: The little, dragonesque breath of fire Dinklage emits as his song ends. The eternally dignified Freeman delivering a tune called “Get Ur Freak On” will never not be funny. And the cameos by Rhymes and Elliott add depth. Doritos ‘n’ Dew may not be the best thing to put in your body, but in the diet of Super Bowl advertising, this is pretty nourishing stuff.
delivering a tune called “Get Ur Freak On” will never not be funny. And the cameos by Rhymes and Elliott add depth. Doritos ‘n’ Dew may not be the best thing to put in your body, but in the diet of Super Bowl advertising, this is pretty nourishing stuff.
The reason I chose to make a money sign out of playdoh is because a person is nothing without money you cant get anything without it you cant go any where without money. So without money your not anyone everything you do is around money you cant do anything without money girls wont like you cant get any of the good cloths or anything so Lashawn is not Lashawn without money to me money revolves around money I’m in love with money that’s all my life revolves around that’s the only thing i need in my life besides my mom and family now a days if you don’t have money you cant do anything and i feel like if your being lazy and not getting money and sitting on there butts not doing anything is something I cant do I’m not a lazy person i need to be doing something if it involves money I’m gonna do it like money is all Lashawn lives around that’s the only thing I think about now in days because like i said without the money your a no one and you cant do anything in life you cant even get an education with paying so anything you do you need money so that’s what explains Lashawn and that’s why I did the money sign, even the whole wide world revolves around money.
No matter how vicious the crime, no matter how vile the criminal, some death penalty opponents feel certain that nobody can ever deserve to die even if that person burned children alive massacred a dozen strangers , or bombed the houses . Other opponents admit the worst of the worst of the worst do deserve to die. They just distrust the government ever to get it right.
Now that pharmaceutical companies refuse to supply the lethal drugs that U.S. corrections departments have used for years to execute criminals whether from their own moral objections or to escape a threatened economic boycot states have begun to experiment. Death penalty opponents who call themselves abolitionists then protest the use of these untried drugs that just might cause a condemned killer to feel pain as he dies this is the brief summary of a isu college student but also a citizen that hasn’t even been in college has something too say As a percentage of all death sentences, that’s just 1.6 percent. But if the innocence rate is 4.1percent more than twice the rate of exoneration, the study suggests what most people assumed but dreaded An untold number of innocent people have been executed cause many dont want too tell so we are killing people that did nothing https://www.isidewith.com/poll/49841143
i put this sign because i really like money and money is the way of life and you need monney too be focused without my money you cant live your life at all and shoes are my favorite thing ever and im a focused student and athlete in school