lunes, 30 de noviembre de 2009
In chile about 300 childrens are victims of abuse every year and the abuse could be physical, emotional, sexual or neglect.
How could anyone abuse a defenseless child? but this kind of abuse are much more common that you can imagine, but this problem can occur not only in the poorest people because in the rich people every day there are more cases like this but the T.V don't talk about this and always show other cases (about poor people).
In chile about two months ago we can saw a teacher that abuse for one year of a students and he has only 14 years old... in my opinion I think that is terrible and the person that do this actions are very mad! and is incredible because the mad woman is free.
there are many factors in the child abuse that we can find:
Alcohol or drug abuse
History of child abuse (the history continues)
But in chile fortunately we have a lot of companies that can give you help and if you have a problem they will help you.
one of them are Galpon Artes, Abuso sexual infantil, etc here those organizations help them and give them all the necessary for they can be good!
miércoles, 18 de noviembre de 2009
I have been thinking about the report published teh last week on the demonstration against the building of a by pass for oldbury and let me say something... I think that there are a mistakes.
Firts of all the demostration against of the construction of the road will destroy all kinds of plants, tree and animal in extintion!!
second in your report said that there were 200 protest and there were 2,000 people and also you said that there were people sat in the road and blocked the acces to the site but is very strange because i didn't see nobody protesting with violence only saw a protesters very peaceful and all the people live there and you said that the protest live in other country and I think that is false!
Finally I would like know about all of this protest and you could send me an email for having a information apropriate of this case!
jueves, 5 de noviembre de 2009
1.what do you think about the global warming? do you think that the responsability is only of people?
2.what would you do if you saw someone throw rubbish on the street or on the park?
3. do you think that is a good idea select the rubbish by plastic, glass, etc.?
4. do you think that is necessary that the people take conscience about the polution that there is in Santiago city? What could you do for sort out this?
5. how can you help to prevent the forest fire?
6. Are you agree with people that are using spray products?
7. what do you think when the humans are killing whales? do you agree or disagree with this
8. how we can make a world without polution and more clean?
9. do you think that is a good idea fell wood in the forest?
10. What you can do for saving energy?
miércoles, 4 de noviembre de 2009
When I was a child I travelled with my family to Australia
There I have my dear uncle and my dear nephews.
One day we were playing with my nephews in the park when suddenly we saw a big big tornado but very far of us, I and my nephews were a little kids and we began to cry because we can’t believe that was seeing.
So my nephew called his father (my uncle) and he said “kids you should be calm”
But we were very kids and we ran in direction of my uncle’s house….
The air was terrible because was very strong and dangerous because into the tornado we can find rubbish for example parts of a car, roof of house etc... And these things could hit in our face or in our bodies...
So when we arrived my uncle’s house we enter an underground that he has in his house with a lot of food and some things for example: a bed, refrigerator, table, chairs and a radio because he say that he should be informed.
After that we saw the house and was destroy but in this country is very normal and my uncle decided start again obviously my family help them and after that my parents decided come back to Chile.
Nowadays all the people are scared for the crime that exist in the street.
One of the keys ways of ordinary members of society helping to prevent crime in their communities is by taking responsibility for that community. This responsibility takes many forms. It could mean, as a parent, making sure you always know where your children are, who they are with and what they are doing. If you do not know this, can you be sure that they are not causing trouble for other people. Equally, taking responsibility may mean joining some kind of local group aiming to better the neighbourhood in which you live. This may be something such as doing up a neglected garden which has been a magnet for vandals. By restoring its beauty, residents will take pride in it and the vandals will be less likely to return.
Don't Be Afraid
In recent years, people have become wary, fuelled by media reports of crime on the increase. And while it is right to take due care and sensible precautions, such as not walking alone late at night in deserted streets, if we leave the streets of our communities altogether, then we are leaving them to the criminals. So be aware of your surroundings but do not be unduly scared. For instance, if you see a group of youngsters hanging out, the chances are, they are not doing any harm. There is usually no need to be afraid of walking past them. Do not let perceived fear of crime affect the way you live your life – or criminals will be winning.