No matter how your day went, when you get home you generally do one thing:; get a snack to eat. Preserving food is a key essential to our daily lives, because without it you wouldn't be able to have safe ready- to- eat food. There are many different methods to use, depending on your lifestyle, so it is easy to do. It is also important to only eat safe food, so you don't get sick and have something like food poisoning. Food preservation goes way back, and many cultures endured many methods to make there food safe to eat. If you didn’t have easy preservation methods, you would have to harvest new food every day and eat before it spoils. It is very vital to people that they have easy to access food. - Hannah H.
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Imagine a world where 15% of the population was untouchable and unreadable. We virtually lose a portion of the population the size of Europe. Now, there is a way our world earned that 15% back, and it was through sign language. Sign language is a language spoken through hand motions and arm movements. It has saved not only the deaf population by giving them their voices, but it also saved the rest of the world, for that 15% has presented us with some powerful and talented human beings.
The language was invented in 1817, because a man named Thomas Hopkins wanted a deaf girl he saw on the streets to fit in and have a voice. Hopkins ended up opening the first ever sign language school and invented a lot of the signs we still use today.
Now, in schools children do not typically have the privilege to learn this language. Sadly, that is because the school boards prioritize other languages. It is imperative that everyone learns this language one way or another. Learning this language is not only beneficial for communication to the deaf, it also boosts your IQ, and helps you communicate underwater, in loud areas, in silent areas, and in secret.
Overall, sign language is beneficial to everyone, not just our deaf population. I would encourage everyone to give the language a try, for it is extremely helpful in many ways.
- Ellie W.
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Would you rather travel around the world in 77 hours by plane or 500 hundred hours by car? That is either three days in a plane or 21 days by a car. My topic is important because it talks about how commercial aviation significantly changed the world around us in a positive way, offering a more efficient method of travel. For the last 100 years, airplanes have developed into what they are now today, starting off as a machine able to fly for only five seconds, to eventually traveling from the United States to Australia. My most powerful argument is probably how much faster planes can make you travel around the world than a car traveling in a straight line could. - Brady F.
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