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American Creed Assignment
My american creed is that i have freedom,equality, and justice. I'm proud to be an american because people can accept me or others for who i am or others like gender, culture,food,language, Etc without force of others around me.
America's Pit Stop
This poem is about the history of America and the many stops that America has made to get where it is and where it's going.
I wrote this poem to show the good and the bad in America. I wanted to highlight the good things about our country but I also draw awareness to the bad things to encourage people to make a change.
Ways American's Express the American Creed
Throughout the essay, I explain the words, symbols, and rituals that Americans use to express what it means to be an American.
My American Creed
I love to be American creed like home, school, football, freedom, and family. These things make me a American.
My Ideals and Aspirations Regarding the American Creed
This presentation captures my personal definition of the American creed and the pillars I've chosen to represent the creed. Included in the slides are quotes by scholars and other participants from the American Creed documentary and interviews from close family and friends.
My op-ed piece on the freedoms and opportunities we get to have by being Americans
Not As One, But As All United
This is my op-ed essay on the importance of working on uniting to solve our problems.
America Our World
As an American, I believe we all have the right to freedom. No matter if you're privileged, low class, etc. Freedom belongs to everyone and that's why I wrote this argument to help others see my point of view as a young American.
The document I have created helps to describe what makes me and others the American Creed. Three words to describe the American Creed is freedom, lifestyle, and citizenship.
I AM AMERICAN
My project is a poem about my American creed and being American. Being American is about having opportunity, freedom, and a chance at new life.
The American's dream
My American Creed is that Americans have had the opportunities to work hard to take advantage of the markets and systems in America so that they can achieve their life goals and dreams and do what they love.
Creed of Rights
My American creed is that anyone and everyone should be able to do what they want, regardless of societal limitations. But, as you'll see, even I'm limiting myself with my current creed. Let's change that.
My poem is about the inequality in our country. I focus on three main types of inequality in our country that affect large amounts of people. The goal of my poem is to open each person's eyes about these problems in our country and that each person deserves equality.
What is it like to be an American?
In America we have the freedom to say what we want and the freedom to worship any religion we want.
American Creed; Teens Perspective
Parents must guide their children into their American freedoms so their child is familiar with what the future entails. Children have freedoms just like adults and when they reach certain ages these freedoms should be introduced to them when they are given.
America is an amazing cornerstone to making choices of your own: free choices without the fear of being put down by religion or rules that prevent you from being independent from the rest of the world.
I chose an image of Oprah to represent the American Creed because she has been a very impactful person on America. The words I used were, Freedom, Equality, Service and Diversity.
My American Creed
My essay portrays my American Creed, which correlates with the ideas crucial in the founding of America.
American Creed Essay
Freedom is an important part of being an American for understanding different views and progress in society.
What Is Your American Creed?
I discuss my personal American Creed and how the position I have been born into has affected that outlook
The American Dream
What our group talked about was what it meant to be an American. We talked about our personal experiences, past history, and we also had to reflect off of what one another said.
How freedom is an essential aspect to American life's
American lives are lived with freedom and sometimes we take that for granted and I believe if we didn't have that freedom are lives would be completely different.