23 responses about "individualism "Surprise Me
Important Words from American Creed
These are my creations for the Line and Caret and Phrankenword activities to respond to the film American Creed
My American Creed
“My American Creed” is about what it means to me to be an American and two core values I live by. I wrote about the opportunities in America and that my two core values are equality and individualism.
Traveling around the world has given perspective on what it is like to be American and how fortunate we are to be an American citizen.
Americanism and Individuality
Americans gather with like-minded people, but respect the opinions of others
My poem is about civil rights, individuality, and capability as people of our nation.
Education and America
We as Americans should pay heed to the perspectives presented in this documentary. Instead, our society should be encouraged to focus on unity. In order to accomplish this goal, we need to properly educate the future generations.
Be True To Yourself
We are all grated the right to be different. In a world full of people, emotions, and ways of living, individualism is what lets us express ourselves
The question I chose was how does your family and community history connect to your american creed. This essay reflects on my family, the comforts I was raised in, and how they affected my current struggle to figure out who I am.
The American Opportunity
This paper argues that one is able to express their American Creed by taking advantage of the distinct opportunities offered to them as Americans, and proposes that the best way for people to express their American Creed via action is by taking advantage of these opportunities.
What it means to be an American
My Oped is about what my American creed is and what it means to be an American.
I discuss how my parent's influence with immigrating to America has influenced their American Creeds and how that influenced mine as well.
How American individualism sets us apart from other nations. For better or for worse.
The "United" States of America
This essay is about the lack of connection between today's American people and their country. I touch on the lack of sense of community that we have today, the struggles we face as Americans, and the mistrust and lack of power that people often feel when they think of government.
How do Words, Symbols, or Rituals Express the American Creed?
Anyone who advocates for freedom from oppression, equal opportunity, individualism, and focusing on the people, believes in the American creed and wouldn’t find the same treatment elsewhere.
My American Creed
To me, being an American is my sense of community, my opportunities, and my individualism. Being an American is to overcome. More importantly to overcome as one, united nation.
Action Through Artistic Expression
An analysis of the expression of American Creed and how it is portrayed in classical American art and how young artist can use their talents to show their creed in a similar manner.
The American Creed
This poster is about what you can or have to have for American Creed. This desribes what all you can do for your American Creed and examples to support this.