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An Open Letter to High School Students: I am Writing you to bring you awareness to how your online posts may affect your future. Something very simple or maybe a game for you, could be change your life. I know probably you are thinking right now " hey this is my life.'' That is the reason, your life is very important. You are the future of our country, and something simple like an online post, could have long consequences. For example, you can make jokes with your friends in person, but an online jokes fall on the wrong people, it can offended and hurt them. If this were happen in person you can apologize and hope this mistake can forgotten over the time. The difference when this happen online are the recipient could share your post with their friends and create your joke public....
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Dear High School Students, As we all agree, technology is a significant part of our lives and makes a big impact to our lifestyle. We are more connected than ever before; with a click of a button we can start chatting with a friend across the world, get the latest news, or post something. However; with every advancement comes its drawbacks. Our online presence leaves footprints that can be traced easily. If we join an online group, comment in any website or post something online it may have negative consequences. I am writing this letter to bring awareness to this generation that our online activity is traceable and our online actions may have consequences. In the modern digital world people post or upload millions of different information on millions of different subjects. So, it...
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High school students should be aware of online activity that may affect their future chances of college admission. Dear high school student I wrote this letter because I wanted to warn young people today who will grow into adults in the future. I would like you to know and realize that every action, regardless of intention or inattentive. It might be good or bad that will affect you in the future. The fact that you post everything you think you see without thought. Whether on Facebook, Instagram or google drive. Everything is online. Everything spreads quickly and stays forever. Some things, if you want to change, may not be able to change as you wish. Begs you very much to ponder like you think twice or overnight. In my country, we have the quote about it that when you are...
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Dear, College Admission Staff nationwide: I am writing this letter to respectfully give a constructive criticism to every person in charge of admitting a student into any of the colleges nationwide. First of all, I would like to say that you have decision in your hands which could change many people's lives. So, it depends on you how destructive or constructive would be this decision. I think that "extremism" is something that is taking part in all of these decisions, which is unfair, non-democratic and comes far apart from the common good of the principles of teaching. As we see on several social medias, newspapers, magazines, news channels, etc these college admission's scandals about denial or rescinded admissions are happening and increasing in recent years. For example, I...
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My name Dustin, I am student in Grossmont College. I wrote this letter to share with everyone in high school. I have a friend whose always on social network. He told about school and hoe he was doing every day but he never studied in school and do homework. Then he can’t pass in high school to come college. If you want to go to college, u need to limit time to play with social network and talk about yourself. You need to get your time on social network to study and do homework or you can volunteer from every where if they need your help:” example: hospital, library…..”. It will be good for you in the future when u come to college or university. It will be helpful for u when apply to good university school because when u apply for school. They will check all your background what...
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Dear High School Students, As we all agree, technology is a significant part of our lives and makes a big impact to our lifestyle. We are more connected than ever before; with a click of a button we can start chatting with a friend across the world, get the latest news, or post something. However; with every advancement comes its drawbacks. Our online presence leaves footprints that can be traced easily. If we join an online group, comment in any website or post something online it may have negative consequences. I am writing this letter to bring awareness to this generation that our online activity is tracible and our online actions may have consequences. In the modern digital world people post or upload millions of different information on millions of different subjects. So, it is...
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Dear Mr. President of Grossmont college I'm writing this letter as a student of GC to request something really important for our heath. First of all I am happy to be a part of the community and second I think GC is one of the best colleges in San Diego county. The first semester was interesting to discover how it works about schedule, class, professors, classmates, studies exc.. but then when I start to be a veteran I understood that something was missing, something very important for our heath. It was " healthy food" in my opinion I really don't understand why GC in one hand it is ahead regarding the study programs but on the other hand it loses points regarding food for students, as though food for students is less important then programs studies. I believe that food at college...
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Dear High School Students; I'm respectfully writing you this letter to please be aware of your online activities because it might affect your college admission. If you are a high school student, there is a chance for you to have an active presence on social media. People of all age groups mostly use Facebook for their online communications, but you may also use other social media sites like Instagram, Twitter, Snap Chat, or other social networks to communicate with your family, friends and represent yourself in these social media.  In your experience with using social media, you may already have an idea about what is the difference between an appropriate online post and inappropriate online post. However, it’s always a good idea to think well before you post something online. You should...
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An Open Letter To High School Students Dear students, I'm writing to open your minds about social media and show you a good way to use it. We have to be careful about posting something on the internet and asking ourselves some questions, for example: How will this posting affect our lives? Who will read or watch? We have freedom to express our feelings and opinion for any things, but we have to be careful Sometimes bad things can happen as a result of what was posting. I read a article about Kyle Kashuv, 18, survivor of shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, he had made online some racist and vituperative comments two years before at his application at Harvard. Because of the comments Kashuv was not accepted to study at Harvard. Sudents if you...
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Sep 18, 2019 10:00 pm. Dear parents of Highschool students, I am writing this letter expressing all my love and respect to hard workers parents that sometimes cannot pay all the attention that they wish can to their kids. As college student I know that everything that I do affects my life, and everything that I post on social media can be critical in my future as student. Nowadays with the easy access to internet, our children can be an easy target to society, and little by little they are losing their innocence. It is not a surprise to find 14 years high school students posting explicit pictures on their social pages, seeing kids making racists comments, or even worse, when kids make sexual comments on Facebook. Our kids are expose to many things on internet, with an easy click their...
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