BEING A TEACHER....

BEING A TEACHER IS A DIFFICULT TASK NOWADAYS, SO I DECIDED TO FOLLOW THIS PIECE OF ADVICE BY BRUCE LEE:

Empty your mind, be formless. Shapeless, like water. If you put water into a cup, it becomes the cup. You put water into a bottle and it becomes the bottle. You put it in a teapot it becomes the teapot. Now, water can flow or it can crash. Be water, my friend.

by Bruce Lee

domingo, 6 de septiembre de 2015

Shame for our civilised world: Europe's migrant crisis



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  2. Ciplak Mehmet, the Turkish officer who raised the body of Syrian children and has gone around the world causing shock and sadness among the world's population, has talked about the time he had to collect the body of Aylan Kurdi. What has he remembered as a sad time to take the place of the father, "it was sad and tragic."
    His face always accompany that already is one of the most famous photographs of the Syrian conflict that has put his finger on the pulse of a conflict that looks like worsens over time. Ciplak says that at that time thought of his six year old son when he had to bend down to pick up Aylan.
    Brussels calls on Spain's hosting 15,000 refugees over the next two años.Pedro Sanchez said solidarity means that 15,000 refugees have to come to Spain and the government and the autonomous communities will meet on September 8 to discuss the refugee reception Syria.

    UK deport Syrian refugees children when they turn 18 and Britain accept 20,000 Syrian refugees in the next five years. Germany will host 31,000 refugees

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  3. Ciplak Mehmet, the Turkish officer who raised the body of Syrian children and has gone around the world causing shock and sadness among the world's population, has talked about the time he had to collect the body of Aylan Kurdi. What has he remembered as a sad time to take the place of the father, "it was sad and tragic."
    His face always accompany that already is one of the most famous photographs of the Syrian conflict that has put his finger on the pulse of a conflict that looks like worsens over time. Ciplak says that at that time thought of his six year old son when he had to bend down to pick up Aylan.
    Brussels calls on Spain's hosting 15,000 refugees over the next two años.Pedro Sanchez said solidarity means that 15,000 refugees have to come to Spain and the government and the autonomous communities will meet on September 8 to discuss the refugee reception Syria.

    UK deport Syrian refugees children when they turn 18 and Britain accept 20,000 Syrian refugees in the next five years. Germany will host 31,000 refugees

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  5. These days we are having very bad news in Europe related with migration. In the latest weeks there have been hundreds of immigrants that have died in European beaches or in illegal refrigerated trucks that had the intention of crossing the Hungarian border. But, why is this happening?

    One of the main reasons for this massive migration is the Syrian War, which is causing a lot of damage to the Syrian population. So to escape, they are crossing all Europe to get to countries, like Germany (which is really far from their homes) searching for help and trying to find a job. On their way they are losing a lot of members of their families, so in addition to the big effort they are doing, they are also having psychological problems.

    Europe, on the contrary, is trying to host as many refugees as it can, and a lot of countries are helping to find solutions for this issue: Russia, France, England, Germany, Spain, Greece, Italy… are accepting more refugees that they usually accept. Even celebrities and football teams are going to donate some charity help to these refugees.

    However, in the USA, Donald Trump, an American politician of the Republican Party, has said really bad things about the issue of immigration and about all the things he has in mind about what he is going to do in the USA if he becomes president of the USA, which has shocked the rest of the world a lot. One of the measures that he is going to do is to pack up and expel 11 million people and untold numbers of American citizens of the USA for not being American or not being born in the USA. Another measure is that he wants to force Mexican people to build and pay for a 2,000-mile border wall, between the USA and Mexico to stop immigration...

    By the way, all help is good to help Syrian refugees from their war and to try to stop their war and we also have to do as much as possible so that this American politician doesn't become president of his country. This year I have met a Syrian guy and he said that things are really bad, so I hope that this will finish soon.

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  6. The immigration crisis that Europe is experiencing today is the largest migration crisis since the 2nd World War. Is inhuman surge of thousands of people trying to leave the country to avoid war and be suffering so much that even come to die and it doesn't find a solution to this problem.

    While governments think and argue about the "fair share" of refugees, citizens are provided to help these people, who suffer in first person all the consequences of the war.

    One of the most shocking images was that of the small Syrian boy found dead on the shore of the beach, the cause of the wreck of the boat where his family was wrecked. This was not the small little has paid with his life the Syrian crisis. Five others his 5-year-old brother and her mother were also killed in that boat.

    In my opinion, the war that is now taking Syria is a real silly, since its citizens are hurting, and that war will not win anything, but nevertheless, they lose a lot. Perhaps the solution would not be another to end the war.

    María Béjar Rodríguez 4º ESO A

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  7. A boy in a red shirt, blue trousers and small shoes is found by the coast in a Turkish turism area. The boy wasnt more than 2 o 3 years and is one of the 12 Sirian inmigrants that died in one of the two boats that were trying to cross the sea to the Greek island Kos. He wasnt the only child that drowned, and I think people shouldn't take such a horrible pictures just for people to do something about it.

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