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In-Class Activity: Photos from Daily Life that Represent ‘America’

Eunsol’s photo received the following writing response from classmates: 1.  In the picture, I see lots of trees in the bottom and sky. I think this shows that American territory is broad and wide land and lots of grassed areas. … Continue reading

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In-Class Activity: Photos from Daily Life that Represent ‘America’

Richard’s photo received the following writing response from classmates: 1. I guess this picture represents a comfortable and free lifestyle. People enjoy their life and they look like they are enjoying looking at this funny makeup guy. 2. Dear America, … Continue reading

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In-Class Activity: Photos from Daily Life that Represent ‘America’

Cekarri’s photo received the following responses from fellow students: 1. Large land. Large sky. Freedom. 2. Dear Sportive America, I’ve heard that you guys really like football (quarterbacks?). Actually I’m not sure that stadium is for football because I have … Continue reading

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In-Class Activity: Photos from Daily Life that Represent ‘America’

Susan’s photo received the following three writing responses from classmates: 1. Everything is so green. Americans have time to chill in the middle of the day. Not many in the audience are actually looking at the stage. There is a … Continue reading

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In-Class Activity: Photos from Daily Life that Represent ‘America’

Lawrence’s photo received the following three writing responses from classmates: 1. Represents Baseball and the popularity of it in the United States. It has a double meaning too and represents the unhealthy eating habits of the US. 2. Dear America, I’m sorry … Continue reading

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In-Class Activity: Photos from Daily Life that Represent ‘America’

David’s photo received the following writing responses from three classmates: 1. This picture shows some factory-products. I think that it is kind of representative of the USA’s capitalism. 2. Dear America, I feel so sorry that you always produce so … Continue reading

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