HELP ASAP!!! Read the following excerpt from "Ellis Island” by Barbara Davis-Pyle. And there in the harbor the great copper cook called Liberty stands ready, her recipe in hand. They say it’s a torch she is holding, But I think that it’s really a spoon. Which important landmark is the poet referring to in this excerpt? the Washington Monument the Statue of Liberty the Vietnam Women’s Memorial the Lincoln MemorialView Answers
Read the excerpt from Outcasts United. The conversation with Jeremiah settled Luma's mind on the question of Ashton's: it was time for her to admit her failure and walk away. But while the failure of Ashton's hurt Luma's ego, it was also an opportunity to focus her life on more important things. She wanted to start a business that could employ women like Beatrice, paying them fairly without making them commute halfway across Atlanta by bus or train. Luma’s decision to walk away from Ashton’s supports the theme “New businesses can be just as successful as old ones.” “Helping others …View Answers
Read the claim and paragraph. (1) Homework has more negative effects on children and teenagers than positive effects. (2) Hours of schoolwork after the school day is over intrude on students’ family lives, cause unnecessary stress, and take away from time participating in other enriching activities. (3) In addition, studies show that for children below high-school age, there is no relationship between homework and how a student performs on a test, and for high-school students, the relationship is nearly insignificant. (4) Although homework might not have a major effect on test scores, some say that it teaches students other important …View Answers
Write three to four sentences explaining how the structures Rosa Parks uses in her memoir help her share her past experience.View Answers
Martin’s Home Economics class is given the task of teaching a visiting group of 1st graders how to make food items. His group decides to teach how to make peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. Knowing the level of their audience, what is the most important thing Martin’s group can do to make their speech effective? a. speak slowly b. add a lot of humor c. adjust the level of complexity d. explain where peanut butter came fromView Answers
Based on this excerpt from "The Way to Rainy Mountain" by N. Scott Momaday, what can you infer was not a prominent part of the author's culture? Their wives and daughters served them well. The women might indulge themselves; gossip was at once the mark and compensation of their servitude. They made loud and elaborate talk among themselves, full of jest and gesture, fright and false alarm. They went abroad in fringed and flowered shawls, bright beadwork and German silver. They were at home in the kitchen, and they prepared meals that were banquets. A. elaborately made traditional clothing B. …View Answers
A newspaper publisher wants to check its daily output of about 300,000 newspapers to be sure each includes a comics section. Explain how the publisher could do this.