Fast Food: The Fast Road to Bad Health

by Aliyah Masterson

In her essay, Aliyah discusses reasons why the nation's youth are facing a steadily increasing obesity rate. She feels that the affordability and ready accessibility of fast food is a key factor.

 

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Teacher Feature: Beth Kara

This is Mrs. Kara’s first year using the One World Education curriculum. Only a few weeks into the program, it’s already proving to be a useful scaffold for her students.

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Dangers of Smoking

by Nicole Latifullah

"Smoking kills people." This is how Nicole begins her Reflection on the dangers of smoking. Not only does smoking harm the person who smokes, it affects everyone around them, too. She tried to dissuade teens from starting this nasty and deadly habit.

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Teacher Feature: Rachel Broudy

Ms. Broudy says her students have appreciated being able to choose their research topic. “They felt a sense of pride in being able to talk about a topic that not everyone else knew, including me. They gained a lot of empowerment by the end of the project.”

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One World Education is a teacher-created nonprofit organization in Washington, DC that offers a middle and high school Common Core-aligned writing program with proven results.




 

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