75 responses about "opportunity"Surprise Me
The American Opportunity
This is about how my family shaped my American Creed through their story and beliefs of how they succeeded.
My American Creed
In America we have the ability to have responsibility, opportunity, and freedom. America wouldn’t be America without these three words. This is why I’m proud to be an American.
My American Creed
This is a Word Art poster listing words that mean alot to me and describe America to me. Even though all these words are not pleasent they all are the truth to me descibing America and the definition behind it.
The Problematic System
Mary K., Hollie E., and Hero F. interviewed the administrator of our local hospital, Jonathon Andrus. He shared the problems with the current healthcare system and its impact on Fairchild Medical Center.
How my Grandfather influenced my view on American Creed
My grandfather worked his way from the bottom to achieve success, and his experiences serve as the basis of my American Creed
MY AMERICAN CREED Jacob Sommers
My American Creed project for the end of the school year. I put the three keywords: Fragility, Opportunity, and Diversity. These are important because they describe what America is all about and what we are.
Embrace Your Identity
You don't have to fit the American name to be an American. Let your creed show your identity.
The Opportunity of Education
My writing is about America being a land of opportunity, but there is a lack of accessibility to education to lower income families and immigrants.
What does it mean to be an American?
This speech that I have created is about how I depict myself as an American and how there is so many aspects of American life. I also describe how important these really are and how some people don’t recognize the importance.
SEA OF OPPORTUNITY
I decided to showcase my ideas about diverse Americans and their views on American creed through an art piece. My ideas were highly influenced by classic American art and analysis of society and diversity. This connected back to my community and my own American creed.
Ignorance: Anything but Bliss
My piece is focused on how my family and the community I grew up in have shaped my American Creed. Many of my family members are immigrants and I grew up in a town where I am a minority, giving me a unique perspective concerning equal treatment for minorities.
One Step Closer
As a second generation Indian immigrant in America, the push and pull of cultures has both defined and created conflict in my identity. My American Creed is about accepting all parts of myself and expanding that idea of celebrating diversity to the larger society.
Made in America
The way in which life in America has positively influenced the opportunities available to my family and the surrounding community.
My American Creed
I believe the American Creed is having the opportunity to help out the members of our community when they are in need.
The Melting Pot
America is a melting pot of people, beliefs, and dreams. Everybody has dreams, and everybody wishes they would come true. I believe that America should be a place where the opportunity to follow your dreams is available to everyone.
Opportunities in America
Taylor F. and Ashley F. interviewed local police chief and military veterans, Brian Bowles. They were interested in learning about his unique story and the opportunities he believed he had being American.
What Shapes Us
America provides many opportunities for those who are willing to work. “Good luck is the residue of hard work. The harder you work, the luckier you get.”
Being American means you have endless choices and freedom to believe in or be whatever you want like careers, politics, sexuality, and religion. America is a land of fruitful opportunities and boundless freedom where you can be anything as long as you work towards your goals.
What Is Your American Creed?
I discuss my personal American Creed and how the position I have been born into has affected that outlook
I created this to respond to the segment about Arkansas in the film and the fact that some may have opportunities that others don't
The American Creed Through Action
In my essay I discuss what I believe the American Creed is, and how we can promote it through action. Change doesn't need to mean a big commitment or a large cost, and can be as easy as helping a neighbor.
This is the story of how my family has made a name for themselves and set examples that many black people in America don't get.
Millions of people have immigrated here and in the future millions more will try. On October 17, 1933, one man moved to the United States of America. It was just a normal day, and he was just one of hundreds of people to move here on this particular day.
New Faces, Old Creed
No matter your origin, you are another face that America recognizes as its child. It's not about where you came from, but where you're going should be what people choose to hinge onto. Coming from anywhere going everywhere, should be the automatic thought that comes to our head.