Comments on: Same sex marriage should be legal
Posted on May 8, 2015

Hey, I agree with your topic that same-sex marriage should be legal in all western societies. You have hyperlinked your research which is good and the research that you found really helped support your claim that you have made here. I like the last point that you have made here ‘even though there are less same-sex couples married compared to heterosexual couples doesn’t mean that they should not be able to get married.’ Which I really agree with you. Your points are very interesting. Can’t wait to read the rest of your writing, if your are still going to add more. – Divorce Post

Hey, I like your point here in this piece of writing and I surely agree with you. You have backed up all your information which is really good! Your writing is very informative and it was very interesting reading what you found, as some things I didn’t even knew like that same-sex people of Australia’s we’re coming here New Zealand to get married. I really didn’t know much stuff about same-sex marriage until now after reading your blog. I really agree with the point that you made last in this post that same-sex people shouldn’t have to travel to another country to get married and they should be able to get married in their own country. –Travel Post

Hey, I agree with your point that you are making here. The statistics that you found in your first paragraph really helps backing up your point. You have very well related back to your topic. In the second paragraph when you said ‘This proving all generations are becoming more accepting toward same-sex couples over time.’ Do you think you should say this proves that all generations… Or this is proving… This something that I thought but I could be wrong. In the fourth paragraph the Pew Research Centre survey was very interesting what was found. Overall, I loved reading your post and good work! 🙂 – Changing Mind Post

Comment on: Star-system labels on fast food to reduce obesity
Posted on May 8, 2015

Hi, For some reason I am not able to comment on your post so I am just going to post it here. I think you have structured yours like an essay which is not what our brief wants. I have also made this mistake for mine which I have changed it now. You need to do at least 3 or 4 blog entries on your topic. I really like the topic that you are doing and yea I also agree with you that star system labelling on fast food will help to reduce obesity. I think you need to state in your introduction that your are going to talk about how the star system labelling should be done for fast foods because right now in your introduction you have also said how obesity is becoming a big concern in New Zealand. Overall I like the content that you have shown and I think you need to add hyperlinks in your paragraphs. Therefore I am unable to see their research and I think you should include this as it will help back up your claim more.

Posted on May 10, 2015

Hey, I like and agree with the point that you made that parents should encourage their children in choosing low-salt food and limit the amount of sugar intake. There are large amounts of added sugar hiding in food, such as in bread, canned soups, ketchup, frozen dinners and soft drinks. Therefore, a health star rating system is a more practicable solution for reducing the risk of obesity in many ways because the nutrient information icons indicate the nutrition facts on the food packs. Your idea is good. Like the images that you have inserted. Your blog included interesting research, I really enjoyed reading your blog!

Comment on: University education should be free
Posted on May 8, 2015

Hi, I like your topic and I really agree with you that university should be free. However have thought about how it should be free for school leaver only (or certain age) or to every one in general (the public). If it is free for everyone in general then I think the universities will have too many students/become overcrowded and it will become a competition to get in. I do think it should be free for school leavers and so students don’t have to apply student loans.

Posted on May 10, 2015

Hey, You have made a good point here that tuition fees are just one of the many costs for a student has to worry about. There are thing that we need to be worried anout like you said cost of books, transportation and etc. Which I do agree with you that this lead people to not wanting to study and instead do a job. Overall, you have made some good points here and looking forward to read more of your work!

Comment on: Learning a second language should be compulsory in primary school
Posted on April 30, 2015

Hey Alice, I like your topic that you are doing. Yea I also think the primary school should make second language learning compulsory. If the children learned languages at an early age will be easier for them to pick up. I was wondering what if the student’s first language was not english and having another compulsory language at school, I think it would be difficult for them or will struggle to learn, so I guess it shouldn’t be compulsory (this is something that I thought but I could be wrong about it). I am really interested to read what you find out about this topic.

Posted on May 10, 2015

Hey, Your idea is good. You have hyperlinked your research which is good and the research that you found really helped support your claim that you have made here. It was interesting to read what you found for all your sub claim points related to how second language should be compulsory. I have read this post and quite like it. This post includes interesting research, I really enjoyed reading your blog! – Multiple Language

Comment on: Chinese parents’ desire for children’s academic success does more harm than good.
Posted on April 29, 2015

The essence of your argument is a nice, simple series of points and follows a logical sequence of reasoning, which I totally agree with. I like how you have shown a diagram, which is a great visual element that helps with what you have said in this post. Have you thought about looking into how the parents have also been taught that education is important in order to be successful and so that’s why the parents also thinks that their children also need to have that, what the parents did/had. Parents are taught by their parents that education is a priority and so that is what they teach to their children, it becomes a cycle. I have read all your posts. I really liked and agree with the points that’s you have made.

Posted on May 10, 2015

Hey, I agree with your point here that parents think that it’s waste of time. You have hyperlinked your research which is good and the research that you found really helped support your claim that you have made here. I like and agree with the point that has been made in the last paragraph that students had to finish homework, review and prepare for classes. Half of the parents expressed that they don’t let them to play outside because it means less study time. Like you said in the beginning that play time can help children develop and improve them self. When they are playing and communicating with their friends. Parents can make their children study but they can give reward for doing it by letting them play for some time.


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