Category Archives: English

The Fighting Communications

Talking on the phone can be easier. However, can be very dangerous while doing something else. While some differences between evident and noticeable are pronounced, the similarities are striking.
Here are some similarities between communicating in person and communicating in technology. While communicating in both ways you can be bullied. Somebody can be bullied by getting an embarrassing photo taken of them or even a couple simple words. Things like this can happen if somebody bullied them or if they just feel bad, but the reason for this is cause they are trying to make themselves feel better.
Another thing you can do while communicating in both forms is multi-task. While communicating in both ways you can put the phone on speaker and in person while talking you can be cleaning. Multi-tasking can be easier to some people, but I think its easier cause you can get everything done quicker. There are some similarities in communicating in both ways.

These are the differences of communicating in person and through electronics. When it comes to Wifi you don’t always have it. When talking on the phone you need Wifi to talk but that is not always the case because you have data. But when communicating in person you don’t have to use Wifi or waste data. Also another difference is the location when communicating in person you have to be right in front of them. But while communicating through an electronic you can be in a different country. Those were some differences that I thought were good and bad at times.


While some differences and similarities between evident and noticeable, they both are striking. I never would of know that to find out both ways of communicating have both good and bad things about them. For example, when texting on the phone in the car you are included as a distracted driver. But when talking in person there is no distractions of any kind.Talking on the phone can be easier. However, can be very dangerous while doing something else.


Here are some similarities between communicating in person and communicating in technology. While communicating in both ways you can be bullied. Somebody can be bullied by getting an embarrassing photo taken of them or even a couple simple words. Things like this can happen if somebody bullied them or if they just feel bad, but the reason for this is cause they are trying to make themselves feel better.
Another thing you can do while communicating in both forms is multi-task. While communicating in both ways you can put the phone on speaker and in person while talking you can be cleaning. Multi-tasking can be easier to some people, but I think its easier cause you can get everything done quicker. There were some similarities in communicating in both ways.


These are the differences of communicating in person and through electronics. When it comes to Wifi you don’t always have it. When talking on the phone you need Wifi to talk but that is not always the case because you have data. But when communicating in person you don’t have to use Wifi or waste data. Also another difference is the location when communicating in person you have to be right in front of them. But while communicating through an electronic you can be in a different country. Those were some differences that I thought were good and bad at times.
While some differences and similarities between evident and noticeable, they both are striking.

I never would of know that to find out both ways of communicating have both good and bad things about them. For example, when texting on the phone in the car you are included as a distracted driver. But when talking in person there is no distractions of any kind.

Sharon Draper’s Writing

Here are some things I like about Sharon Draper’s writing. It helps me be more understanding for others like in the book it says “Her body tends to move on it’s own agenda.” The story is also written in first person she wrote in the book “I can’t talk.” The descriptive language created imagery for the reader that I enjoyed Ms.Draper wrote this “I dreamed of chocolate clouds all night.” That’s what I like about Sharon Draper’s writing.