SOAPS 5: “In praise of the F word” by Mary Sherry
In the passage “In praise of the F word” by Mary Sherry she talks about how she teaches high school graduates that have been “cheated” by the education system. Students were just passed along to the next grade whether they understood the material or not. I know many people who have graduated from high school and still have trouble spelling some words and simpler grammar. Mrs. Stifter made a big change in some students lives, instead of just passing along students that didn’t cause much trouble and didn’t pay attention, she flunked them. This made students pay attention and made English their man subject. The students in her class more than likely did not have to attend Mary’s classes for high school graduates. Stifter wanted students to know exactly what they were doing and not just pass our classes were small and the teachers were able to help whenever needed. They also wanted the best for their students.
SOAPS 1: “Declaration of Independence” by Thomas Jefferson Thomas Jefferson not only wrote the Declaration but he made speech that lead to the making of the Declaration. Within his speech he is not only sharing with the people the things that are leading them to war with England but he is also trying to inspire the people why they should fight back and what they would be fighting for. He gave this speech July 4, 1776 in Philadelphia. The people he is speaking to are the men and the women and the children of the thirteen colonies. The men that are joining the army that will help to defend and fight for the freedom of these colonies. The purpose of this speech is to inspire to encourage the people to stand strong and fight for what is right, for their rights. For everything that they now stand for. This was a pathway to independence.
SOAPS 2: “I have a dream” by Martin Luther King Jr.
Martin Luther King Jr. made the speech “I have a dream” during the March on Washington on the steps of the...
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