Student Writing

One World Education believes that students should write to be read, in addition to earning a grade. We select and publish around 1% of the exemplary writing from Student Ambassadors who completed the One World Program in order to model grade-level writing and to create a forum for peer-to-peer learning. Additionally, every student-authored essay is accompanied by a Reflection Experience, which is a series of content and reading comprehension assessments.

Student Ambassador: Rashida Asante-Eccleston | Ambassador Class: 2011 | Grade: 12
In her One World Reflection, Rashida discusses her experience with foreign languages and provides insight about the high incidence of monolingualism in the U.S.  She advocates learning more than one language in order to become an informed 'global citizen.'
 
Student Ambassador: Nancy Jin | Ambassador Class: 2011 | Grade: 8
Nancy's One World Reflection explores issues surrounding the childhood obesity epidemic in our country, sharing her own experience being overweight as a child. She gives us the two key solutions to help us reverse this alarming trend, and eventually live healthier and happier lives.
 
Student Ambassador: Emma Walsh-Alker | Ambassador Class: 2011 | Grade: 7
In her One World Reflection, Emma writes about her travels through the Amazon rainforest and the splendor of all the sights she encountered there.  Emma also warns about the dangers of deforestation and the potential consequences for the people and animals of the Amazon if we don't start doing something about it.  
 
Student Ambassador: Michael Song | Ambassador Class: 2011 | Grade: 9
Michael shares his story of being adopted from Korea in his One World Reflection. He explains how adoption is the ultimate show of selflessness and requires both biological and adoptive families to make sacrifices and hard decisions in order to provide the child with a better life.
 
Student Ambassador: Tanith Ramon-Ibarra | Ambassador Class: 2011 | Grade: 6
Tanith's One World Reflection sheds light on the prevalence of Cyber Bullying and the effects of being harassed online or through texting. She suggests how parents, teachers, and students can take steps to help kids protect themselves and maintain a positive online presence.
 
Student Ambassador: Laila Kunaish | Ambassador Class: 2011 | Grade: 7
Laila's Reflection investigates how the media in the US stereotypes Muslims in a negative light. Laila writes about her own experiences as a Muslim-American and her hopes for a more accurate media portrayal of her culture and religion.
 
Student Ambassador: Yoni Kalin | Ambassador Class: 2011 | Grade: 11
In Yoni's Reflection he explores religion, faith, and identity in one of the world's holiest religious centers.  Follow his journey as he encounters the power of faith in peoples' lives, and the challenges of religious tolerance in Israel.
 
Student Ambassador: Ruth Bekele | Ambassador Class: 2011 | Grade: 8
Follow Ruth's journey to America in her Reflection which focuses on the complications of retaining culture and personal identity as a global immigrant. She also highlights the importance of global migration by discussing the diversity and richness that is added though new music, foods, art, and language. 
 
Student Ambassador: Alyia Hicks | Ambassador Class: 2011 | Grade: 9
Alyia's Reflection explores the power of Rap music and it's affect on youth, society, and even politics. She discusses how Rap has brightened her life in a way that's empowering and motivational. She provokes the reader to not only listen to the beats but also to hear the messages.
 
Student Ambassador: Andre Sanabia | Ambassador Class: 2011 | Grade: 10
Andre's Reflection on race relations, kindness, and a small separated island will lead the discussion on the relationship between Haiti and the Dominican Republic.
 

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