While good writers exist in all cultures, our writers and culture are often over looked. Canadian students should study these writers because they need to become more familiar with our literature. Students need to focus on their own culture despite being surrounded by others, and schools need to promote and establish writers in Canada. Students need this in their education as well as the encouragement to become young Canadian authors themselves. Students in Canada taking English should study Canadian literature because we are completely overtaken by the foreign cultures around us.
Common practice throughout schools across Canada (from elementary to post-secondary institutions), include teachers and professors making photocopies of segments of copyrighted materials for distribution to students for various uses to further education. A licensing agency, Access Copyright, filed for changes to law so that tariffs and royalties be collected from those who make copies of licensed materials. Education institutions argued that the action of making copies did not constitute copyright infringement and should be excluded from any tariffs as the copies applied to the “fair dealing” aspect of the Copyright Act. The concept of fair practice would allow a student
Anson 1 Clarissa Anson Mr. DiZio ENG4U July 5th, 2013 Analysing Canadian Literature The importance of Canadian literature is not emphasized enough in a Grade 12 English course. Graduating students should have a clear understanding on Canadian literature to apply to their own works. While good writers exist in all cultures, Ontario students should only study Canadian writers to become more familiar with our literature. This is a crucial part for Canadian writer success because we need to focus on our own Canadian culture despite being surrounded by other cultures, promote and establish our own writers instead of focusing on international writers, and lastly, we need to encourage young Canadian authors. Students in Ontario taking English should only study Canadian literature because we are completely swamped and more influenced by the American culture around us.
The article states that some parents do not support what the Parti Quebecois is doing. These parents even said that they would want their children to focus more on becoming fluent in English to be more adequately prepared for the job market in Canada and abroad. I do not see anything wrong with having mandatory intensive English language classes for elementary school children in Quebec when the opposite is done in my home province of Ontario. In Ontario it is mandatory to take French classes, and I see absolutely no problem with this either. In fact, it is a good thing because it is a solid introduction to the other official language that is used in Canada.
Also, that high school reading lists are developed by adults who had to suffer through the same system as the kids before them, thus developing their literary taste in high school and recycling the same books generation after generation. It also assumes that all high school teachers only teach meaning, and not writing styles and such. 4. What appeals does she make to logos? She refers to her “research” of high school reading lists, teaching plans, and teaching guides, as well as statistics and “top 100” lists.
The book is about Allan Blooms views on American university education and how the students do not receive the “knowledge and wisdom” that they should have. Neilson uses the book to open a discussion about how the Canadian Universities are following the same path. It’s unfortunate that the essay is poorly done due to the facts that the eighteenth paragraph is the only one about Canadian education and that the majority of HIS essay is Blooms thoughts and opinions. With the title being The Closing of the (North) American Mind it leads you to believe that the essay is written about Canadian minds with Robert Neilson Discussing opinions of his own. Sadly, it fails to do so, mostly it is Allan Blooms views on the education process in American Universities/Colleges.
Still others said the problem was caused by too little money being budgeted to fund marketing programs. It was time that Canadian book publishers used __________ to save the industry. | | | Student Answer: | | advertising | | | | sales promotion | | | | publicity | | | | marketing research | | | | tactical support | | Instructor Explanation: | Page 199 – 200 The Canadian publishers could use marketing research to identify and define both marketing problems and opportunities and to generate and improve marketing action. | | | | Points Received: | 3 of 3 | | Comments: | | | | 2. | Question : | (TCO 1) The act of consciously choosing from alternatives is called | | | Student Answer: | | a dilemma.
The major issue today is the economy. Since the American economy currently has a stock-market crisis, we are bound to have one in the near future. All Canadian citizens are responsible for choosing their leaders, keeping in mind the issues that affect them, namely foreign policy, the environment, and the economy. The Canadian soldiers in both Iraq and Afghanistan need to be brought home, as our current foreign policy is not effective. We are losing numerous troops due to continual terrorist resistance, and we have to change our tactics to suit the circumstances.
The demand for tattooing has grown in recent years. According to Cayla Martin from the Faculty of Education at the Univercity of Canada she think it's a trend and should be more accepted, but people are still experiencing a stigma. The American Academy of Dermatology found nearly a quarter of 18 to 50 year olds had tattoos in 2004. Today employers are realising that they are not going to let somebody art get in the way of hiring the best qualified candidate. In June 2006, one of the nation's biggest and most conservative employers, the Defence Force, lifted a rule that allowed it to bar anyone with a tattoo from joining up.
Although nobody could really find out the exact reasons, we are willing to share our own opinions. Pain and hard work are required on everybody’s way to success, as is the same with Asians. Behind the halo of our success in math, it is the tough school life. The toughness of the Asian curriculum is a important factor that cannot be ignored. According to the Canadian BC curriculum for grade eight, students should know how to calculate the surface area of a prism; This is hard for us to believe because this is what we studied in grade three or even earlier.