Estrella Jey

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Estrella Jey
Posted over 2 years ago
Television Viewing has become portion of daily life in today's world.
Internet, video games have also negative impacts on our lives. For me the best way to limit the use of these means especially for children, is to set clear and strict rules.Parents should allow their children to use the internet, video games or watch TV no more than 2 hours a day, also children should eat their meals in an appropriate place, where there is no means of distraction, this way they can focus on their food only! In addition and depending on the age of children, no TV should be placed in their bedrooms, and internet should be switched off at a specific time in the evening, give them a book to read instead, it would instill the love of reading on them and enrich their vocabulary and knowledge. Week ends are not a reason to spend the whole day in front off a screen, children should be able to spend some time with their parents and family, outing activities, family meals...etc
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Estrella Jey
Posted over 2 years ago
Do the media, charities and disability rights activists—however unintentionally—present a damaging view of what it is to be "disabled"?
I think the fact of feeling marginalised as a disbaled person depend on each individual. Some people, with disabilities, are very strong, they kind of ignore their disabilitiy and make the most of their lives without focusing on their physical problems, while others feel negative, see life in black and see those "good intentions" as an offense towards them. Plus, society can have either a bad or a good impact on disabled people depending on the way it treats them. For instance, i'm from a developing country, and i can understand why some might feel marginalised, and they have to right to feel so, life is not easy for them, means of transportation are made for "healthy people"only, only stairs in some places, high pavements..and in parkings, you may find some places reserved for dispabled people that are usually close to the entrance, well those places are occupied by non disabled people! so how can they lead a normal and an easy life? i've been to different eurpean countries, and disapbled people there should feel lucky to have all these easy accesses wherever they go, they should not even care wether intentions are bad or good.
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Estrella Jey
Posted over 2 years ago
Should school exams be abolished?
For me, exams do not refelect the actual level of a child, there are many factors thay may interfere the day of the exam and thus restrict the child's abilities. So a bad grade does not necessarily mean that a child is not a good student. Also, i think that grading should not be made in numerical characters, especially when it comes to children. They may feel offended or lose self confidence if their mates get better marks. I think that remarks are enough.
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Estrella Jey
Posted over 2 years ago
What small, everyday actions can we do to improve the distribution of food?
As far as i'm concerned, i think that these kind of actions require an early education, i mean that schools should make children aware of this, and the best way to make children remember something is by visual means (videos, pictures...etc). They can show them documentaries of people in other countries suffering from hunger, pictures may be shocking but this is how they will remember that if they have more than enough food at home , other people are struggling somewhere else.