Why Voting Matters

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  • Noun
  • Um, Mrs. Susan.
  • Correct Matt. Good Job!
  • Yes Sarah.
  • Alight class! Does anyone know what type of season will be this November?
  • Matt
  • Adjective
  • It is voting season?
  • Why do we have to vote?
  • Verb
  • Well Susan, we vote because it can help ameliorate the problems we faced here in society.
  • You tell him Lisa.
  • Mrs. Susan is a U.S. History teacher who teach at Harrison High School. One day she talks to her students about voting.
  • Adverb
  • Well I disagree because my mom voted last year for our new mayor. Once our new major was elected he didn't do anything about it expect only became a conservationist and not caring about anything else.
  • Sarah how dare you say that. At least he is doing something to our environment.
  • Matt answer the question by telling her that it is voting season. Susan said that he was right and told the class that it is voting season which lead one student to asked the main questions that a lot of people asked.
  • Class wait a minute please be silence. All you guys have really good points here. I understand that some leaders who are elected will only do things that they mainly care about. But guys when you don't get what you want that's when voting come in.
  • When you guys vote, you guys have a voice that officials will hear. Here in America, you have that freedom of speech meaning you can say whatever you feel. You guys have a right to take a stand.
  • Mrs.Susan explains to Sarah why voting matters.
  • Now wait just a minute Mister!!
  • Sarah disagree with Mrs. Susan which left the whole class inveighed and start to argue.
  • Oh my gosh, Zachary, that's all you care about. I rather have a him make women's minimum wage the same as men's.
  • All this is very silly. I rather have a bad environment and be in a really clean and good school that are full of harmonious teachers not mean and stringent teachers.
  • YEAH!!
  • Mrs. Susan have to calm her class down and agree that elected leaders care about different things. She then explains how voting is also involved in this.
  • Mrs. Susan said that when her students vote it gives them a voice that officials will hear. She then explains that her students have the freedom to speak whatever they want and take a stand here in America. Her students were then mesmerized and inspire by the idea.
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