English discussion

Need help with my English question – I’m studying for my class.

For this Discussion, make sure you have already watched Separated: Children at the Border. Then, answer the following questions:

1.) What are your general thoughts on the Trump Administration’s Separation Policy?

2.) What does it say about the people who are willing to risk their lives, often leading to death, disease, and rape (6 in 10 girls are raped) in order to make the journey from countries like El Salvador to the United States to seek asylum?

3.) How has the Separation Policy affected the children who have been separated from their parents?

4.) Clearly, there is no easy solution to fixing the broken immigration system; and while Trump and his supporters feel that border enforcement is never enough, the left believe that it is never humanitarian enough. What do you think would be the best way to handle this situation?

English discussion

I need support with this English question so I can learn better.

Watch the video

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Then, answer the following questions:

1. Smith gives examples of times he remained silent but shouldn’t have. Are there times in your life where you felt the same?

2. Smith says “Silence is the residue of fear.” What does that mean to you?

3. How would you respond to him if given the chance?

I hope this paper helps you all tell your truth!

Requirements:

  • Your initial response should be 200-300 words per question.
  • Your response to a classmate should be 150-200 words long and be more than “I agree” or “I like what you said.” Engage in conversation!

English discussion

Need help with my English question – I’m studying for my class.

For this Discussion, make sure you have already watched Separated: Children at the Border. Then, answer the following questions:

1.) What are your general thoughts on the Trump Administration’s Separation Policy?

2.) What does it say about the people who are willing to risk their lives, often leading to death, disease, and rape (6 in 10 girls are raped) in order to make the journey from countries like El Salvador to the United States to seek asylum?

3.) How has the Separation Policy affected the children who have been separated from their parents?

4.) Clearly, there is no easy solution to fixing the broken immigration system; and while Trump and his supporters feel that border enforcement is never enough, the left believe that it is never humanitarian enough. What do you think would be the best way to handle this situation?