The Issues Of Educating English Language Learners Students Unf Cross Culture Class Research Paper

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THE Issues of Educating English Language Learners Students’©
America is a wonderful country to live in, however, it has its advantages and disadvantages. The United States continues to be one of the greatest countries in the world because of people like myself and others from many different countries who gave up their livelihood to become a US citizen by running after the American dream. There are so many quotes about America that had been said by different Presidents. I’d love to express my opinion about some of them. Quotes such as “America is still the best country for the common man-white or black if he can’t make it here he won’t make it anywhere else.” “We are now at the point where we must decide whether we are to honor the concept of a plural society which gains strength through diversity or whether we are to have bitter fragmentation that will result in perpetual tension and strife.” “The mission of the United States is one of benevolent assimilation.” “We must stop talking about the American dream and start listening to the dreams of the Americans.” “Double- no triple- troubles and still be better off than any other people on earth.”
Eric Hoffer once said, “America is still the best country for the common man-white or black if he can’t make it here he won’t make it anywhere else.” America is a great country to be in because of religious freedom you can worship GOD or whatever you choose because this country provides that right without being persecuted. If you want to start a business, you can save enough money or get a business loan and achieve wealth so can buy a house, get a car, get married, put your children through school, and make a comfortable life for yourself. If you are from another country and come to the United States on a work or school Visa, you’re given the opportunity to apply for citizenship to stay in this country and prosper. These are a few things I love about this country.
According to Chief Justice Earl Warren, “We are now at the point where we must decide whether we are to honor the concept of a plural society which gains strength through diversity or whether we are to have bitter fragmentation that will result in perpetual tension and strife.” A Plural Society is a society combines ethnic contrasts and the economic interdependence of those groups and their ecological specialization. I understand that a plural society should be valued because it can make worthwhile projects for the entire good. It takes patience to compromise through disagreements and try to be more understanding towards minorities and help with the decision process to make things grow in society and make it a better place. Sometimes overexposure focuses between two or three groups and it could lead to favoritism and jealousy with other groups. I believe the purpose of Chief Justice Warren’s quote was to challenge our society and to explain the need to keep a plural society or destroy all gains we made...


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