Author Archives: Suehyun Jin

The Martian: Not that different from our life.

From entering pre-k to graduating high school, we learned how to live and survive in the society. When we graduate from high school, we say that we are ready to go out to the world and spread out wings. However, … Continue reading

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Analyzing a picture book : “3,4, and 5 letter stories”

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Can’t get any better

My group is very self-driven and motivated. I didn’t expect the group work to go this smoothly, but it is by far the best group work I’ve ever done. I’m pretty sure it’s because we all have that much work … Continue reading

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“These kids today: The millennials will inherit the earth. We’ll all be fine” – fact check

http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/opinion/editorials/ct-millennial-generation-baby-boomers-edit-0605-md-20160603-story.html Claim “However, plenty of people in older generations are puzzled by millennials, concerned that they will turn out to be less responsible than running the world requires.”(paragraph 3) There is no proof that older generations are “proof” and “less … Continue reading

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Why emerging adults are not adults, yet – Annotated bibliography

Source 1 Rapacon, Stacy. “More College Students Are Working while Studying.” CNBC, CNBC, 29 Oct. 2015, http://www.cnbc.com/2015/10/29/more-college-students-are-working-while-studying.html. The author of the article “More College Students Are Working While Studying,” argues that the number of students that work through college has … Continue reading

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I was never an adult

My definition of the word “adult” is an of-age, full grown person who acts like an adult like having a job, covering own personal expenses, having a detailed plan in life, and making relatively good decisions. It is a widely … Continue reading

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