One stops the virus of cyber bullying by simply standing up for the victim. It is extremely difficult for the victim to just ignore all of the insults or just stop and defeat the virus by his/her own, and that’s why we need and crowd of people to defeat the virus. One way of doing this is by making the victim feel good about him/herself. You can do this by just putting a single post complimenting the person on how nice they are, how smart they are, or anything else that makes the victim feel good about them self. That will then make people who are too shy to stand up for them self, stand up for them self. That will also persuade people that are hurting the victim change their mind, and realize what they did and how mean they were. They can then join the victims team and then defeat the virus.Ultimately, big things start out as little things. One little post can stop an entire virus.
The PSA video producer compares cyber bullying to a virus because a virus can be spread easily, effectively, etc. Cyber bullying, can also be spread easily and effectively. As soon as one person posts a comment on social media, mail, text message, or any other way of communicating online, other people will start joining in, and the victim the virus is effecting is weaker and weaker, meanwhile on the other hand, the virus is more and more powerful. This makes it hard for the victim to concentrate in school, home, or anywhere else. But you can stop cyber bullying. It all starts with just one little post, to defeat an entire virus.
Answer the following questions. Please number your responses.
- Would anyone have the right to govern you? Would you have the right to govern anyone else? Why?
- Would you have any rights? What might they be?
- What might people who were smarter or stronger than others try to do? Why?
- What might people who were not as smart as others or who were weaker than others try to do? Why?
- What might life be like for you, your family, and everyone else in a state of nature?
- What rights do you think you should have and why do you think you should have these rights?
- Which rights do you consider the most important?
- Do you think people everywhere should have these rights? Explain why or why not?
The book The Orphan of Ellis Island is a book about A boy named Dominic Cantori, he is an orphan, and isn’t treeted nicely ether, his shoes are to small and riped, and he switches from family all the time. So there on a trip to Ellis Island and Dominic’s class is going to see there family names on a wall but since he is a orphan he does not have family, so he goes to hide in a closet but acsidently falls asleep, and when he wakes up he relizes that its dark out and his class mates are already on the ferry outside! He picks up a resever that is recorded in a old mans voice and gets telaported back in time to Italy in 1908! This is an amazing book that I hope you will read!!
Last week, I read a book about 2 immigrant named Nory and Sean, and there family. It is a book about 2 family thriving to stay alive and get to Brooklyn, New York. If you like adventures, this is the book for you. But there are a lot of characters, so for some people it can be hard to keep up. Maggie Door is a great book and I recommend it.
The Orphan of Ellis Island is a great book. This book is about a kid named Dominic who is an orphan but doesn’t want people to know. One day when Dominic and his class went on a field trip to Ellis Island he wondered off and ended up taking a little nap in a closet and before he new it, he had already traveled back in time to the year 1908. If you like adventure or time travel this book would be a perfect book for you.
The Orphan of Ellis Island is a phenomenal book. It’s about a boy named Dominic. Dominic is an orphan, his parents both died when he was a baby. During his class trip to Ellis Island there is a part where the guide is asking questions but he doesn’t want to answer them, so he hide from the group. Then Dominic travels back in time to Italy. This book teaches you to be thankful for family. I would highly recommend this book especially if you like adventure and time travel.
What is the connection between immigration and the founding of America?