Basic 5 Intensive

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  1. hello teacher.
    I’m going to post my comment the iwo jima battle.

    The iwo jima battle it’s the major battle in wich te U.S fought to take the island called IWO JIMA, from de emperi of japan.
    The man who took the famous photo in which can be see six man raising the flag of the United States in a top of mount suribachi was Joe Rosenthal, in February 25, in 1945.
    Joe Rosenthal sended the photo to U.S and then Felix Deweldon an sculpture thought this way: “I am going to create a sculpture that shows to the six man raising the flag”, and then he created a mini statue to show the heroes of his war.
    Then, the president Franklin roosevelt ordered to the marine, send the six soldiers to back home, but was imposible becouse 3 to the 6 soldiers died in the war.
    The government created a postal stamp, the collecting was one-hundred-thirty-seven-millions of dolars.
    Finally is created a huge statue of the six marines, in Virginia. The statue weighs more than twenty-tons, each man is almost ten meter tall.
    The IWO JIMA battle was a bloody war, died thousand of marines,
    It is a memorial day.


    Posted by carlos romeo sanchez | November 23, 2011, 11:52 pm
  2. Hello group Of Basic 5 this is my input to War World of Iwo Jimma Battle in Mount Suribachi Island.

    The Iwo Jima Battle was the most big War between Unites States and Japan. On February 19, 1945
    about 70,000 marines invaded the small Pacific Island of Iwo Jima which was under control of the Japanese army. the war began.
    While waiting of The Mount Suribachi around 22,000 Japanese soldiers¡¡
    It was the bloodiest battle during the Worl war II
    After the Unitad States was proclamed winner, six soldiers climbed the top of Mount Suribachi where they reising their flag and took to conquer the island.

    Who was Joe Rosenthal?
    Who Took the picture WAS of the six mens raicing while the flag on the Mount Suribachi, send the photo to the U.S..
    When the United States received the picture, decided to honor the six soldiers, asking them to return to their country for a thanksgiving ceremony.
    Only three of them attended the ceremony
    United States decided to print 137 million Over sold.

    Felix De Weldon who was?
    Well, it was who made a mini statue based on the photograph taken by Joe Rosenthal.
    U.S. Finally decided to create a giant sculpture as a memorial to these soldiers who fought for their country
    where every man average 10 feet high.

    Saul Nolasco–

    Posted by Saul Nolasco | November 24, 2011, 12:29 pm
    • Great Job Carlos , great use of verbs in past tense , just double check some corrections , – – – Sended – does not exist , the correct form must be – sent – ,other words please correct , emperor .
      Six soldiers – rose – the flag . If you use ing must be at this point – be + ing .
      Thanks for posting ,great competence in grammar , keep it up .
      Teacher .

      Posted by englishgoes | November 24, 2011, 3:39 pm
    • Hey Saul . you are great in grammar , i am surprised , go ahead . dont forget use the subject pronouns ex ,
      a. When the United States received the picture, – They – decided to honor the six soldiers .
      b. While -around 22,000 japanesse were – waiting – in – The Mount Suribachi , around -100,0000 US Marines were ready to invade the island ¡¡ .
      Great job Saul . go ahead in the english learning process .

      Posted by englishgoes | November 24, 2011, 3:47 pm
  3. This day. Sunday 27th of 2011
    I am going to talking about one man that decided make a big difference into the area of teach.

    This man was Jaime Alfonso Escalante Gutierrez
    Son of Bolivian Parents who practiced the profession of teachers.

    He decided explain whit your metodology that their students can get more preparation studying the subjects of mathematics and physic.

    He started this metodology while lived in Bolivia.
    He taught mathematics and physic with low-income people about twelve years.

    In this country his same started your learning, later years decided emigrate to United States to practice teaching.

    Their most important imput when deciding to start teaching on Garfield High School and make a difference in achieving education students were part of their teaching methodology.

    He demonstrated through his methodology: Who wants to help make up the latest company to meet its objectives.

    By Saul Hernandez

    Posted by Saul Nolasco | November 27, 2011, 11:47 pm
  4. hello group… i am going to post a little of Jaimes Escalante biography.
    Well, Jaime Escalante was born on November 31, in 1930.
    He grew up in La paz, Bolivia. He was child of two teachers, he became an educator and came to U.S in 1960 to seek a better life, he began teaching math to troubleb students in a violents Los Angeles school and became famous for leading many of them to pass the advanced placement calculus test. he became in one of the most famous educators in america latina in those years.
    In 1974 he took a job at garfield high school in east to Los Angeles, He found himself in a challenging situation: teaching math to troubled students in a rundown school known for violence and drugs. Escalante strove to reach his students and they were getting up to their potential. He started an advanced mathematics program with a handful of students.
    Escalante received many awards for his contributions to the field of education, including the Presidential Medal for Excellence and was inducted into the National Teachers Hall of Fame in 1999.
    Escalante died in March 2010 after a long struggle with cancer. He is survived by his wife Fabiola, and their two sons.

    Posted by carlos romeo sanchez | November 28, 2011, 12:16 am
  5. sorry for troubleb….it’s troubled and for violents too, it’s violence

    Posted by carlos romeo sanchez | November 28, 2011, 12:33 am

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