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Shadowing Someone Episode 6 “The Schools Curriculum”

My Sixth week on Vanier is to focus on the school’s curriculum. What do they teach? How they teach it? Hidden curriculum anyone? As far as I know, Vanier does not follow regular school curriculums where you learn math on period one, science period and so on. Instead, Vanier aims to teach disabled students how to “fend for themselves”. Vanier also serves as a “nursing home for disabled children” and uses kindergarten materials. The school’s curriculum offers an alternate route. Students who undergo the program are admitted until their 22 years old. Upon graduation a student is presented with a degree of alternate education. Throughout the years of going to Vanier, students will experience the same daily routines with the exceptions of “swim days” where they get to swim with other schools within the school division. In the morning, they interchange the scheduled between these four classes, Circle time, Liturgy, Feeding, and Cook. I apologize for not having knowledge at the afternoon session because I’m done by noon at Vanier. Vanier curriculum focuses on Faith-based learning and basic communication. As a Catholic school, Vanier is required to integrate Catholicism to the curriculum to ensure its students that faith is not absent in classrooms. Vanier also incorporates basic communication to its curriculum. Why? Most of Vanier’s students are unable to talk. Vanier uses computers, stickers, and cards, and indicators to help the children communicate better. I’ve seen some students frustrated due to their impatience of using the materials necessary of communicating. Also, some students tend to scream out loud every once in a while when what they don’t want. Whenever these students screams and shouts, Vanier implements the same disciplinary action like regular schools. Punishments such as “Time out”, “face the wall” and “In or out” are all implemented at Vanier. I was surprise that disabled kids face the same consequences as regular students. Vanier’s curriculum is not as “strong” compared to regular school divisions but, I personally think that it’s effective and working.  I hope that Jean Vanier would continue to operate for a long time.

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Shadowing Someone Episode 5 “Inclusion”

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My Fifth Week in Jean Vanier was to focus on Inclusion. What is inclusion? Inclusion is a term used by people with disabilities and other disability rights advocates for the idea that all people should freely, openly and without pity accommodate any person with a disability without restrictions or limitations of any kind. Although disability rights have historically existed as a relatively cohesive movement, the movement centered on inclusion has only recently begun to take shape and to position itself in the eye of the general public. This is one of the strengths of Vanier. Technically, Vanier shares a building with another school named St. Augustine. In addition, at least once a week students in St. Augustine go to Jean Vanier to read books to children and tell them what they learned. I think Vanier believes Inclusion their top priority. Vanier is an alternative school for children with disabilities. Although they don’t admit students with no disabilities, Vanier serves to “protect” students from people who lack proper understanding of their current conditions. They believe that everyone has the right to be educated and be accepted in society. This is why schools like Vanier are established to “protect” the disabled from exclusions of today’s modern society. Based on my observations, Vanier teaches students differently compared to regular high school. Why? It is because most of Vanier’s students are not cognitively able to do so. Is it a problem? It is but, why put students in a situation they could not possibly handle? What Vanier really aims is to give the students the hope of surviving. I was sad to hear that people with disabilities do not live very long, and a day before I came to Vanier for internship, someone actually passed away. Vanier installs that sensibility of hope to its students as early as possible to ensure that stay in “mental” shape despite their disabilities. A few weeks ago in ECS 100, we were talking about eugenics or the “pseudo-science” as my Dr. Douad told us. It’s about gene selection and splicing DNA. It sounds like a good idea but, what about the people with disabilities? Do we alter theirs so that we won’t see people running around and parading while they’re wearing AFO’s or in wheel-chairs. I think it’s unfair. Now that I have seen this perspective, I think inclusion should be implanted at all times because who are we to exclude people of the right to live and co-exist?

Shadowing Someone Episode 4 “Observing Diversity”

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        My Fourth week in Vanier is about observing diversity. Here’s one branch of diversity called Workplace Diversity; refers to the differences that people bring to their jobs on the basis of gender, age, race, ethnicity or professional background. There is not a lot of diversity on Jean Vanier.  Almost 100% of Vanier’s teachers are Canadian while out of Vanier’s 17 students, only 11% or two students are non-Canadian. Teachers in Vanier respect one another and disregard one’s gender, race, or sexual orientation. I think when I was doing my internship in Vanier; I was respected and was treated fairly. Why? Because I’m an Immigrant myself. I came from a country called the Philippines. I know some people would raise concerns about special treatment, and frankly, I personally don’t need it. I know my abilities and limitations. Furthermore, being not adept to a lesson, routine, or even a norm only means that there is a lot of room for improvement and learning. If you’re an immigrant like me, ignore the people whose cynical attempts are pathetically pulling you down. The only downside of not having a diverse roster in the teachers of Vanier is the lack of new perspectives. People coming from different parts of the world have different life condition, life styles, and standards of living. Furthermore, they have different standards of education that has a substantial impact on what knowledge they have acquired on their respective country. Schools that focus on special education like Vanier, Diversity is not much of a problem. When handling the students, it’s the same because some of them have the same seizures, and disabilities. If communicating diversely is problem, in Vanier it’s not. 10% of Vanier’s students are the only ones who can communicate by means of speech and most of their students use special communicative devices such as buzzers, stickers, and computers. The two students or the 11% are unable to speak if one would to ask. I personally think that when I was interning at Vanier and experiencing the teacher’s lives added a little diversity in the roster due to my immigrant status. I was exchanging perspectives one time with the principal and found out that we had a huge difference when it comes to disciplinary action and implementation. I was shocked how our perspectives differ from one another and I think with that difference adds variety to the working environment that could bring a substantial change to student-teacher development. As for students diverse, I think it creates a competitive atmosphere that gives opportunity for everyone to improve and to reassess their skills as students.

What Games should I pick up?

Something that Promised noted myself? Memory loss memo?

I don’t remember putting this but somehow it was in my pc. hmmm wierd notes, and I’m quite intrigue what the past me was thinking when he wrote that on 2009….hmmm

 

goal after High school:

*Finish University with a Bachelor of Education
*Visit my Ancestral Domain
**Go back to University and put my dream into reality-Genjutsu

A Joke that is not mine – Seriously not mine

There was one Filipino who came to America and looked at the classified ads for painting jobs. He came across the “Help Wanted” section that read – “Wanted: Painter of Porch”, and thought that was perfect for his capabilities.And so he went to the American who posted the ad. American: I need my porch painted in a day. You need to scrape all the paint up to the bare surface, and apply a coat of primer then two final coats of orange paint. Can you do that?
Filipino: Oh yes, sir.. yes, sir! I can remoob(remove) the paint then apply orange paint beri well!
American: Ok! You got the job. Just get everything you need from the trunk of the car.After 3 hours…Pinoy: Sir, work is pinis oreydi!
American: Wow! I’m amazed you did it in 3 hours. Did you scrape all the old paint to the bare surface?
Filipino: Oh yes, sir! Yes, sir! I tanggalated(remove) all the old paint!
American: Well then, here’s your $20 bonus!
Filipino: Golly, sir! Tenk yu beri much. But sir, you don’t heb a porch.. your car is a BMW…!

Ooouuuuch!

 

– Anonymous

English 100 Essay Sample An essay about “Anorexia: the cheating disorder”

Edgar Allan Dela Cruz

English 100

Professor Wilson

September 29, 2011

Plagiarism in Mr. Richard Murphy’s “Anorexia: The Cheating Disorder”

               Should the reader agree or disagree on Mr. Richard Murphy’s points in essay, “Anorexia: The Cheating Disorder”? Most of the readers would disagree due to the fact that not everyone is cheating. However, his “slanderous suspicion that all students are cheating” (College English 900) is proven wrong when he realizes in one of his student’s journals in which he misread the essay the his student submitted, accused her of plagiarism and gave her a zero, who in fact was just in denial of her eating disorder and did not want to tell the truth. This essay would show two stories regarding Mr. Richard Murphy’s experiences with plagiarism and makes points about it. I personally agree to Mr. Richard Murphy’s points due to the fact that everybody makes mistakes and nobody is perfect.

Plagiarism, in my own words, is taking someone’s work with authorization and claiming it as if it was your own. Plagiarism is considered a crime under the any University’s jurisdiction which can lead to suspension or even expulsion.

Mr. Richard Murphy’s first story is about a student who submitted a brief analysis about James Joyce’s “The Dead” (College English 898). He found out that the student had copied James Joyce’s work and tried to erase the evidence by tearing some pages in book (College English 900). Mr. Richard Murphy’s makes a point in this story that “he had lost some of his faith in them” due to this student’s distortion of their working relationship” (College English 900). The story ends of him confessing that he plagiarized and he got suspension from the university.

Mr. Richard Murphy said that “Plagiarism irritates, like a thin wood splinter in the edge of one’s thumb” (College English 899) – meaning, it irritates him due to the fact that he has a very busy life.

Mr. Richard Murphy’s last story is about a student who submitted an essay about her own experiences with Anorexia Nervosa (College English 898). Mr. Richard Murphy has accused her of plagiarism due the inconsistency of her essay (College English 901). The student was so intimidated by her teacher that she answered “It’s not about me. It’s about a friend of mine. Mr. Richard Murphy gave her a zero. He came upon her journals entries and it “astonished and appalled him”. In the end, Mr. Richard Murphy asked her student if the essay was about her and replies “No”.

The purpose of the two stories is to convey the theme of essay which in my opinion is Denial. The two stories reveal three denials. First, is the student who copied from another person’s work and denies the truth by tearing up pages from the book (College English 899-900). Second, is the student denying that her essay was about her own experience about anorexia and denies the truth by claiming that it was her friend’s experience (College English 901-903)., and finally, Mr. Richard Murphy, misreading the essay and accused his student of plagiarism without sufficient evidence. He denies the truth by intimidating his student to tell the truth (College English 901-903).

Plagiarism is a crime under university standards and anyone found guilty deserves to be dealt accordingly. I strongly agree to Mr. Richard Murphy’s “slanderous suspicion that all students are cheating” (College English 900). Why you ask? because everybody makes mistakes. Even the author, Mr. Richard Murphy made mistakes. All in all, we are not perfect.

Work Cited

Murphy, Richard. “Anorexia: Cheating Disorder.”College English. 52.8 ( Dec 1990): 898-903. Print. <http://www.jstor.org/stable/377394&gt;.

What do I do with my lectures on ECS 100? Post them Online!

If someone don’t have notes on ECS 100, I can post mine any time so, feel free to ask!

ECS 100 Chapter Notes: Week ___5____

Student Name:  Edgar Dela Cruz                 Date: Oct 17,2011                            Chapter:

 

Chapter Title: Foundations of Education, Knowledge and the History of Ideas in the West

 

 Focus Questions: (From beginning of each chapter):

 

Is information different from Knowledge?

 

 

 

 Vocabulary & Meanings: (Terms, words, phrases that are new to me):

“One must have as much respect for the teacher as for God” -Talmud

The Socratic Method from Socrates (469-399 BC)

-induction

-deduction

-aporia (systematic doubt, or doubt everything at first sight)

-dialectic (making people talk and discuss)

 

Main Messages and Key Points Presented:

 

Main Traditions of Knowledge

Acquisition of Knowledge in History

Protagoras (481-411 BC)

Plato (428-348 BC)

Aristotle (384-322 BC)

The Dark Ages (500-1000)

The Middle Ages (1000-1500)

The Reformation (1517)

The Enlightenment

19th Century

 

 

Two Questions (that I now have):

 

  1. 1.    What effective method of education?

 

 

  1. 2.    How can we ensure that future generations will receive the more content if not the same as what we learned today?

 

 

Professional Reflection (complete after seminar group discussion):

 

I think that Learning should continually evolve to the point that it is for everyone because the types of learning that we currently have is not suitable for every especially for countries like Canada that continually welcomes immigrants from other countries who have different learning styles and patterns. Also, I think that people in the near future, need to reconsider the standards of education because some of them are not “attainable”.

 

 

 

 

 

 

ECS 100 Chapter Notes: Week ___7____

Student Name: Edgar Dela Cruz            Date:   Oct 31, 2011             Chapter:

 

Chapter Title: Social and Cultural Realities: Aboriginal Education
 Focus Questions: (From beginning of each chapter):

 

Why do we need to talk about Aboriginal education? What is it? How do we teach it?

 Vocabulary & Meanings: (Terms, words, phrases that are new to me):

Three Aboriginal Groups in Canada: First Nations, Inuit, Metis

One treaty in this area: Treaty 4

Aboriginal languages in Saskatchewan: Cree, Dakota, etc.

Five reserves: Gordon, Starblanket, White Bear, Carry the Kettle, Fishing Lake

One Metis community: Witosh

City with the highest percentage of Aboriginal people: Prince Albert

Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nation (FSIN)

Year of the Metis: 2011

Trial of Louis Riel: Regina

 

Main Messages and Key Points Presented:

 

Four R’s used in a letter about Aboriginal education

-responsibility to students and community

-relevance

-respect

-reciprocity

It’s all about the land. We are all living on treaty land.

Many people are ignorant of the Aboriginal culture

Aboriginal people have inherited grief from their ancestors.

Europeans own land but Aboriginal people believe everything in the land is animate and sacred relatives.

The Constitution Act of Canada

Aboriginal people have been defined in the constitution with one generic term, even though there’s so many different groups.

You may apply for Indian status, and be recognized as treaty. It’s very confusing.

If anyone in your family is non-Indian, it’s possible that you will lose status

Your education and health is paid for by the government, but some things are not covered.

Agency is the ability to make decisions and act on them. In Aboriginal education, it is important for students to be taught this and allow them to be imaginative, contrary to residential school, where they were seen as enemies of the state.

Some students were kept in school and away from family for  11 out of 12 months.

At the time of residential schools, Indigenous people were seen as a problem. Until 1960, Aboriginal peoples were not Canadian citizens and did not have the right to vote.

There was a huge amount of abuse taking place in residential schools. People who went to these schools were later paid as an apology.

Most were not physically or sexually abused, but were abused by being separated from family, kept in an institution, and being forbidden to speak any Aboriginal language.

How?

When you learn about Aboriginal culture, you have to immerse yourself in the culture and people.

Speakers in the classroom

Treaty education

Working with elders

Attend community events, such as pow-wows and feasts, and allow students to organize them

Take an integrated approach to teaching: art and math, so using Indigenous art to teach general art, etc.

-Storytelling with attention to voice, source, and movies

-Several years ago, the premier said that all students must learn about the treaty

Know your history and integrate it:

-treaties

-Indian Act

-Red River and North West Rebellions

-residential schools

-Nation Indian Brotherhood of 1970

-Indian control of Indian education in 1973

-etc.

Indigenous Knowledge

-Ecology root versus cosmology as spiritual root

-spirit and body interconnected

-transmitted over time

-local or community focus

-rituals and myths

Sacred Circle

-4 teachings are elements of humans and nature, directions, animals, and colours. This circle is also known as the medicine wheel.

-Not all groups have the medicine wheel, so the local knowledge is important.

-integrating aboriginal content and knowledge in tests, stories, and ways of knowing (work in circles, talk about the importance of the circle, create a relationship with the land, teach outside

-avoid doing this only once or twice. Classes should not trivialize people and make them seem like they are not changing.

Incorporate humour whenever possible.

 

Two Questions (that I now have):

 

  1. 1.    What are we suppose to do to rectify this “racial” issue that is plundering our society for centuries?

 

 

  1. 2.    What do you think about some people taking advantage of the First Nation’s benefit?

 

 

Professional Reflection (complete after seminar group discussion):

I think we need to be more careful about what we utter and perceive. Furthermore, I think we need to consider everyone from every race, country, and domains before making decisions that could possibly be damaging to our diverse society here in Canada.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

What about something Random? “A change of post”

 

This is a lot of random stuff that I totally forgot what they are. if some can remind me, that would b awesome!

 

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Poetry Time #1
SEP 27
Posted by Edgar Allan Dela Cruz
“Nyan Nyan” says the cat! hmmm…I’m quite bored doing all this work and studying. Then, I was like: ha! I should share a poem.

This is my English B30 poetry assignment about describing someone that I know. I chose my Math teacher due to his passion for teaching and dedication to make his students learn. It turned to be great! my English teacher loved it and so did my Math teacher. Enjoy!

Mr. Blanke

A man of knowledge and power
The best Math teacher-The Man of the Hour
Confident, Passionate, and Bold
His jokes and antics; never gets old

He is bald, wears glasses, and has intense eyes
Wherever I am in his class, my mind never reaches the skies
His voice is like thunder
Strong and powerful like the Boy Wonder

His Philosophy is a warzone
Fight hard, do well, and you are all alone
With him, Math is exciting
Everyone is listening, and no one is murmuring.

But who is he outside class?; the inner
A family man-A True Winner
He loves his kids and has a trophy wife
Farms with passion-a beautiful life

He loves pimping his sprayer; cranking here, whacking that
Humming and whistling with his John Deere hat.
This is Mr. Blanke: He is Awesome! That’s a fact!
“You got to be a fool not to check that!” -Edgar Allan Not Poe
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Tech Task #3 Following…Following…Following
SEP 26
Posted by Edgar Allan Dela Cruz

 

We were given the Task to find 5 blogs you want to follow and 10 people to follow on twitter. These can be educators or anyone else you want pay attention to. Write a blog post about your choices linking to each source.

I always looked up to people who achieved success in very unique ways. Not all people that I followed are “AAA” celebrities, but rather people who used diligence and perseverance to achieve success. Not everyone is cut out to be a celebrity or an iconic person, but I admire these people because they are all successful in the paths that they have chosen. Also, I followed them due to personal interest in the following fields: Acting, Speaking, Gaming, Singing, and Comedy.
Blogs:

Shelly Terrell : http://teacherbootcamp.edublogs.org/

The Official Playstation Blog: http://blog.us.playstation.com/

Julie Powell: http://juliepowell.blogspot.com/

Classical Music Blog: http://classicalmusicblog.com/

Dean Shareski : http://ideasandthoughts.org/

Twitter:

Zooey Desschanel is an American actress, musician, and singer-songwriter. :http://twitter.com/#!/therealzooeyd

Shelly Terrell is an Education thought-provoker, The 30 Goals Challenge author, International Speaker, #Edchat founder, VP of Edu Outreach @Parentella, SC Mgr @TheConsultantsE.: http://twitter.com/#!/ShellTerrell

Jim Carrey is a Canadian-American actor, comedian, singer and writer: http://twitter.com/#!/JimCarrey

Rick Mercer is a Canadian comedian, television personality, political satirist, and blogger.: http://twitter.com/#!/rickmercer

Jessica Chobot is an American on-camera host and staff writer for IGN. She is best known for hosting the IGN shows IGN Strategize and Weekly Wood, which also runs on Xbox Live and used to present the IGN Daily Fix.: http://twitter.com/#!/Jessica_Chobot

Seth MacFarlane is an American animator, writer, comedian, producer, actor, singer, voice actor, and director best known for creating the animated sitcoms Family Guy,American Dad!, and The Cleveland Show, for which he also voices many of the shows’ various characters.: http://twitter.com/#!/SethMacFarlane

The Onion is an American news satire organization.: http://twitter.com/#!/TheOnion

Kevin Conroy is an American stage, screen, and voice actor, best known for his acclaimed voice role as Batman in numerous animated television series, feature films, and video games that make up the DC Universe.: http://twitter.com/#!/TheKevinConroy

Tara Strong is a Canadian-American actress, voice-over artist, comedian, musician, singer, and businesswoman.: http://twitter.com/#!/tarastrong

Nolan North is an American actor and voice actor.: http://twitter.com/#!/nolan_north

Jay Leno is an American stand-up comedian and television host.: http://twitter.com/#!/jayleno

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SEP 26
Posted by Edgar Allan Dela Cruz
All this Pressure is pushing my abilities to the limits. I need to find a solution for this. In the mean time, I rest

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Tech Task #2 Results
SEP 22
Posted by Edgar Allan Dela Cruz
Here the results for the seven people who took my general knowledge test.

In a Scale of 1-10 these are their respective scores:

Landon 10

Jennie 9

Adam 8

Cole 8

Dan 7

Nicole 5

Roderick 4

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Tech Task #1 Remastered for Tech Tasks
SEP 22
Posted by Edgar Allan Dela Cruz
Edgar Allan Dela Cruz is a Mathematics Education Major Student in the University of Regina. I hold two High School Diplomas from Proverbsville School Incorporated in the Philippines, and from the Swift Current Comprehensive High School in Canada.

Since early 2007 I’ve been interested in acquiring a wide database of all fields of knowledge which lead me into going to Nursing as a career choice. However, throughout my senior year (2007-2008) of high school in the Philippines, I realized that Nursing was not in the best of my interest. This was because that the quality of education for nursing was rapidly diminishing due to high demands overseas and the amount of students taking the course.

On July 2009, my family migrated to Canada and landed in a small city called Swift Current to attain higher standards of education, a better standard of living, and to see a different perspective of world. Here, I met the Mcleans, Mr. Greg Mclean, a Band Director and Mrs. Marcia Mclean, a Choral Director, whom their passion for teaching music has inspired to choose Education as a career choice. My affinity was in mathematics, so it was not very hard to decide.

During my two years of stay in Canada, I realized that I have passion for two things, Drama and Music.

As an Actor, I joined drama productions in the Swift Current Comprehensive high school which includes: Becoming Juliet, All that twitters is not Gold, Treasure Island, Competition Piece, and The Omnipotence and the Wheelbarrow Man.

As a Singer, I joined the SCCHS Meistersingers, and the Swift Current Oratorio Choir. I was fortunate enough to have Marcia Mclean as a private vocal coach in which my vocal technique has improved from nothing into something. I also fortunate to be 2011’s recipient of the Jean Cyca Music Theatre Award for singing “I Only Want To Say” from Jesus Christ Superstar at the Swift Current Music Festival which also gave me recommendation to participate to the Provincial Music Festival.

Above anything else is my family. I am the eldest of 4 children. My father, Edgardo is a Mechanic, and my mother, Cynthia works at nursing homes. I develop a strong interest in performing. I perform in plays, sing in choirs, and compete in music festivals to gain experience that would be useful in the near future. Other than Drama and Music, I also have passions for poetry, dancing, anime, and my faith. My growth as a person has dramatically increased as a result of hard work, perseverance, and overcoming various trials to achieve success. I will never forget my mentor, Marcia Mclean said to me: “I want it, I make it happen”.

Disclaimer: This blog contains my ideas, opinions, and presentations, and projects of Edgar Allan Dela Cruz. I do not condone any illegal activities. The Information is only provided by Edgar Allan Dela Cruz and while I endeavour to keep this blog updated and correct, the ideas and opinions are mine and mine alone. I attempt to share this blog in an appropriate and non-offensive manner. Any reliance you place on my information is therefore strictly at your own risk.

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What makes you go to Fleep?
SEP 21
Posted by Edgar Allan Dela Cruz
What makes you go to sleep? pills? tea? stress? Me, I have another problem. Sleeping in a very small apartment can be very hard when you have 3 younger sisters trying to make a music career out of YouTube videos and Pop music recordings, Not to mention the amount of screaming and shouting that they create with said activities. Well, stress can be cured by R&R, but sleep can’t recovered very easily. good night!

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A good way to Relax -not really lol
SEP 20
Posted by Edgar Allan Dela Cruz
Yeah I’m kinda geeky when it comes to video games. This card would be very useful to track down my 50 hour challenge. Also this is also a good way to shake away all the university pressure that I have been having lately, but now ’cause I still have a lot to do. Phew, I think I ‘m getting used to this blogging business.

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Crippled by Calculus
SEP 20
Posted by Edgar Allan Dela Cruz
I know a lot of you guys have taken calculus in high school, which in turn is giving you a good advantage at Math 110, but for me, I am actually having a hard time following the professor’s lectures. I was given a deadline on three semesters to finish high school due to the fact that my high school diploma is not recognized here in Canada. That’s why I ran out of time and only finished three Math Classes.This Math 110 class is a tough, and therefore I must act in all due haste before my assignment deadline is almost up which is 9 days from now. I’m crippled by this class and I think I should call someone that I could help.

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