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Transcript: By increasing border control the crossing over of immigrants will decrease due to the inability to enter the country. By enforcing deportation numbers of illegals will decay. Problem "Estimates of the Unauthorized Population for States." Estimates of the Unauthorized Population for States. N.p., n.d. Web. 09 May 2016. Maniam, Shiva. "Broad Public Support for Legal Status for Undocumented Immigrants." Pew Research Center for the People and the Press RSS. N.p., 04 June 2015. Web. 09 May 2016. "Report: Immigrant Students Blocked from Enrolling in School." The Big Story. N.p., n.d. Web. 09 May 2016. In order to decrease the number of undocumented illegal immigrants the government must increase boarder control and enforce immigration laws. Work Cited Solution America's exceptional status as a "nation of immigrants" is being challenged by globalization, which is making both migration and terrorism much easier. Illegal immigration is the migration of people across national borders in a way that violates the immigration laws of the destination country. Some countries have millions of illegal immigrants. Immigration, including illegal immigration, is overwhelmingly upward, from a poorer to a richer country. However, it is also noted that illegal immigrants tend not to be the poorest within the populations they emigrate from. Problem and Solution How the Solution Works By: Alexis Andrew When potential immigrants believe that the chances/benefits of successfully migrating are greater than the risks/costs, illegal immigration becomes an option. The benefits taken into account include not only expected improvements in income and living conditions, but also expectations in relation to potential future residential permits, where illegal immigrants are given a path to naturalization or citizenship. The costs may include restrictions on living as an illegal immigrant in the destination country, leaving family and ways of life behind, the experience of visible or verbal disdain by native-born residents in the host country, and the probability of being detained and resulting sanctions.

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Transcript: "Compared to a teacher who doesn't care about the students grades and just wants to have fun." In the sentence, there is a contraction." The reader might think the author is lazy. Quote: "Also, most of the time when students finish their work, they do not do any thing except help people with their work." Do not could be a contraction but I did not use doesn't. Mistake from August: writing out numbers less than 100. Good bye Ms.Rodd and the class. This class has been fun. I will miss this class. Mistake in August: Thesis Statement. Quote from August Quote from March Mistake in August: Contraction Quote from March A thesis statement has one sentence in the first paragraph that has your three topics of your body paragraph. I was taught it so the readers will know what the essay is about. Quote from August A contraction is when you combine two words to make one shorter word. I was taught not to write contractions because it is not appropriate for essays. I also learned it so I would not be lazy. Problem and solution May 1, 2012 "I want to have a teacher who is about 50 years old because he could have a lot of experience as a teacher." The number 50 should be written out as fifty. We learned to write out numbers less than 100 so the reader will not think the author was lazy. Quote:"If you were going to build your own teacher, what would he/she be like? I don't know about you, but I would like a boy teacher who is a little bit strict. In this story you will learn what a teacher's features and characteristics should be, in my opinion." In this quote, it does not have a thesis statement. The reader would not know what the essay is about. Quote from August Michael Ty 2nd period Quote from March "The three reasons why these electronic devises should be used at school is because it occupies time when finished with work, students could earn the use of iPods when getting good grades during school, and more student will be more excited to go to school." In this quote, there is a thesis statement. The readers now understands what the essay is about. "The three reasons why these electronic devices should be used at school is because it occupies time when finished with work, students could earn the use of iPods when getting good grades during school, and more student will be more excited going to school." The word three was written out instead of writing 3.

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Transcript: Compare and contrast Sequence Related Wordsauthentic, classic, genuine, real, veritable; constant, endless, eternal, perpetual, undying, unremitting; extreme, unrestricted; confirmed, habitual, hopeless, inveterate; extraordinary, frightful, horrible, huge, main, superlative, supreme, surpassing, terrible, terrificNear Antonymsdoubtful, dubious, equivocal, qualified, questionable, restricted, uncertain Problem and solution Categorical Claim “An eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth.” “It’s not what you do, it’s the way that you do it.” “Content makes poor men rich; discontent makes rich men poor.” Benjamin Franklin. “There is nothing to fear but fear itself.“ Franklin D. Roosevelt Do you have any other good examples of contrasts? Just add them into the comments box below. Ad Hominem A couple of weeks ago, in a speech that was probably bigger than was appreciated at the time, President Obama delivered a speech in Michigan that presented a new theme to his economic message: there’s nothing fundamentally wrong with the nation, its institutions, or even the structure of its under performing economy. What’s broken is American politics. The economy is a symptom of a larger disease — policymakers are fully capable of addressing this and other problems if our politics weren't so badly broken. Antonyms for exaggerate compress contract decrease ignore lessen play down abridge be modest deprecate lower reduce shrink depreciate minimize understate Verb: To make a stereotype of someone or something, or characterize someone by a stereotype. 2.: To print from a stereotype. Martin Luther king was trying to convince other people. Descriptive A. metaphor: A comparison of two things that have some quality in common without using like or as. Instead, it states that one thing actually is something else. For example: The spring flower is a breath of fresh air. An extended metaphor is a figure of speech that compares one thing to many unlike things at some length. Example Love is an ocean of blue warm waves. Love is the calm in a storm. Love is a life jacket in a sinking boat. Love is an open boat that finally, finally found land. B. simile: A comparison of two things that have some quality in common using like or as. In a simile, the comparison is conveyed by means of the word like or as. For example: The spring flower is like a breath of fresh air. C. alliteration: The repetition of the same sound, usually of a consonant, at the beginning of two or more words immediately succeeding each other or at short intervals. For example: The repetition of f and g in fields ever fresh, groves ever green. D. onomatopoeia: The use of words whose sounds suggest their meanings For example: meow, buzz, splash E. hyperbole: A figure of speech in which a statement is exaggerated for emphasis or for humorous effect. Writers often use hyperbole to intensify a description or to emphasize the essential nature of something. For example: A limousine is a mile long. F. personification: A figure of speech in which a nonhuman thing or quality is written about as if it were human. In the phrase the blue stars shiver, human attributes are given to stars. For example: Rocks lie on their backs and the rock has an open wound. G. pun: A PLAY on words that depends on a word having two meanings. For example: What is black and white and red/ read all over. stereotype: a conventional or formulaic conception or image; "regional stereotypes have been part of America since its founding" v : treat or classify according to a mental stereotype; "I was stereotyped as a lazy Southern European", pigeonhole. Stereotype Exaggeration Examples Of Stereotypes Negative Stereotypes All blond women are dumb. All red heads are sluts. Christians are homophobic. They are blinded by God and will recruit you if you go near them. All politicians are philanders and think only of personal gain and benefit. If I wear Goth clothing I'm a part of a rock band, depressed, or do drugs. Girls are only concerned about physical appearance. Guys are messy and unclean. Men who spend too much time on the computer or read are geeks. Men who are not into sports are termed as gay. All librarians are women who are old, wear glasses, tie a high bun, and have a perpetual frown on their face. Girls are not good at sports. All teenagers are rebels. All children don't enjoy healthy food. Only anorexic women can become models. Women who smoke and drink do not have morals. Men who like pink are effeminate. Positive Stereotypes All Blacks are great basketball players. All Asians are geniuses. All Indians are deeply spiritual. All Latinos dance well. All Whites are successful. Asians have high IQs. They are smarter than most in Math and Science. These people are more likely to succeed in school. African Americans can dance. All Canadians are exceptionally polite. French are romantic. All Asians know kung fu. All African American men are well endowed. Italians are good lovers. - See more at:

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