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FC: THE AMERICAN DREAM | By: BJ Vu Tomi
1: BJ's Dream pg 2-5 | Tomi's Dream 7-10 | Vu's Dream 11-13
3: My American Dream is to be able graduate from high school and pursue in a career that i would prefer. Nothing has stood in my way other than family issues. When an incident occurs in the family where someone dies, it really has a big effect on you. I plan on achieving my dream by focusing on school and work to obtain money and intelligence to go to college and pursue in my career. I' am mainly inspired in doing this because of my brother who is now achieving his dreams. He is one of my only brothers that i have known since i was born and I look up to him. | What does the American Dream mean to me?
5: When Martin Luther King went for his and his people's way of freedom, he was avoided from his goal many times by certain obstacles. Obstacles such as imprisonment, ignorance, assassination, and more. Martin Luther King took his chances and stood up in front of many just to explain and show how everyone responded towards each other just because they were a different color. Many had a different understanding of life after his speech. "I have a dream". Especially after he was assassinated, even more began to come together as one, a united nation. Martin Luther King was inspired by many other leaders, even from across the world, such as Ghandi and Booker T. Washington. They have shaped Martin Luther King's life, just as he shaped ours.
6: All things grow better with love.
7: My American dream is to become a doctor so that I can make my parents proud. Also, I take education as a very important of my life. My family moved to America when I was 10. When I got over here I found out a lot of things about myself that I didn't know. My America dream is to pass high school with a full scholarship to college, also I want to see my parents happy and proud of me.i had problems that slow me down when i first came to this country because i wasn't speaking American English. I plan to always study and also practice a lot so that i can get a scholarship. also, i try everyday to always be on a good behavior so that i could make my parents to be proud of me. | What does the American dream mean to me
8: When i was a kid i wanted to be a engineer because that was the job does but when i grew older i figured that i don't want to be a engineer but a doctor instead. i told my dad, he was a little disappointed but he told me to go for whatever i love. i was inspired to become a doctor by my aunt and mom because my mom and aunt are both doctors. they said a good field to practice in college so i decided to become a doctor. so that i can have the same experience as my mom and aunt.
9: Profile of Barrack Obama. | Barack obama is the 44th president of the united states of America. he is also the first African American to be a very high post. when he was 34 he decided to run for the opened Illinois legislature.when he first arrived in Chicago to work in low-income neighborhoods. It signaled a cynicism not simply with politics but with the very notion of a public life, a cynicism that — at least in the South Side neighborhoods he sought to represent had been nourished by a generation of broken promises.
10: President Barack Obama dream was to become the president but know his the first African American to become a president. little kids look up to him because he is like a big role model. he took a big a big and risky step in life by running for the president. now, he has 2 kids and a beautiful wifes. all the hard work he did when he was a teenager pays off know .
11: What The American Dream Means To Me | My American dream is to pass high school.I once been absence from school to many time and afterward had to be on probation. With my parents constantly yelling in my ears all day I decided to go to school. Apparently even though you constantly make good grades in school, they still still care about your attendance. Waking up early in the morning
13: George Washington was the leader of the Continental army during the Revolutionary War. He wanted to help America gain its independence. It was difficult since Great Britain was well armed and well trained while the American army were made up of mostly volunteer soldier. George Washington never got frustrated or ever doubted his army during this war. He raise the morale of the poorly trained army with many victories which lead the the final fight at Yorktown and the surrender of Cornwallis and his army.