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The American Revolution

Post by debug on Thu Apr 15, 2010 5:07 pm

The American Revolution


The American Revolution was inevitable
since many causes made the colonies enable
to resist hostility and harmless
Britain empire was enforces
as colonies were seeking freedom
their work was not random
Bosten massacre was a disaster
red coated were the main actor
imposing taxes was very faster
just to hurt and rise their anger
colonies got rid of their master
they wanted independence peacefully
so they wrote Olive Branch Petition carefully
the attempt of peace was rejected
and the war started to be acted
the British were not successful
as the Hessians were not helpful
colonies got a self confidence
they wrote their declaration of independence
Thomas Paine's Common Sense
was a glue to unify the American souls
so they adopted the declaration
and started to build their nation
the British carried on fighting
the Americans as one being were not frighten
Washington was a great leader
he obliged them to surronder
America did not give any chance
A peace treaty was their only choise
America got its independence
and took unity as a reference.
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Post by Londonhbb on Thu Apr 15, 2010 5:35 pm

wow it's a new method of teaching AM civ I think!!!!!!!
" Poetic-Based Approach " Razz
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Re: The American Revolution

Post by Toufikzad on Mon Apr 19, 2010 6:58 pm

Hello....
What can i say? ...i find no words to discribe what have u written right here...
I find that ur way of writing is more than what i can understand ...high level...really...
I mean...look to the title u have already chosen...look to the organization of th ideas...
u start with general idea....and u make us go with u step by step..
I'll be back to say more about what u wrote.....i promiss
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Post by NANA on Mon Apr 19, 2010 7:18 pm

Hi, Debug that's really wonderful dear. It makes it easy to everybody to understand. You are so smart Debug. May Allah bless you . jouliya
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Post by bryne_kh2000 on Tue Apr 20, 2010 12:34 am

Very wonderful. I will learn your poem by heart and go to pass the American Civilization exam. Thank you.
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Post by Thewolf on Tue Apr 20, 2010 4:34 pm

Even i don't like this revolution, but thank u a lot for this good job .
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Re: The American Revolution

Post by chinda on Thu Apr 22, 2010 12:53 am

Good job girl... carry on 
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Post by bilinda on Thu Apr 22, 2010 5:19 pm

oh my God it is wonderful could you please write about heart of darkness in that way so we can understand it
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Re: The American Revolution

Post by w_ch on Thu Apr 22, 2010 9:01 pm

Fascinating!! A well-organized, coherant and a simple poem. A didatic poem, I'd call it.
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Post by acamy on Mon Apr 26, 2010 8:31 pm

good idea and new one,thank you ''debug''....
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Re: The American Revolution

Post by Toufikzad on Thu Apr 29, 2010 4:01 pm

Hey again...
I remember the great teacher of American civ in my 3rd year ...Mr.lakhal...i hope u'll be his student...he told us in one of his great classes..." we should share the americans in the election of the presedent..cuz he'll be the presedent of the world...''
The history of America is the most difficult and the easiest one to study ...always the same politic...the same history ..
well....coming back to what have u written ...this is a great work ..i don't exaggerate ...it's wonderful ..
well...the reader must know that u wrote it when u get the exam result paper in US civ. module......so ....u wrote it with strong feeling...
I can't say more ....cuz it's really great work ...
how could u mixd between civ and lit ...i mean poem ....
there are many new things in ur poems...
carry on ....u r doing great
my all respect ...
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