WILL MAKE BRAINLIST. LOTS OF POINTS. PLEASE HELP. – Write a brief summary of the main ideas in this

WILL MAKE BRAINLIST. LOTS OF POINTS. PLEASE HELP. - Write a brief summary of the main ideas in this essay by Paredes. See page 79 of Glencoe Literature for help on writing a summary. Then do a compare and contrast activity: Select one of Franklin’s proverbs on page 110 of Glencoe Literature and one of the dichos that offers similar advice. Copy the two proverbs, and explain the common advice that they give.

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  2. Ok so what from what I just read they want you to find imformation n the items you have choices from below you explain the ways it repersents American culture when it was written.. meaning what they did just in their beliefs or traditions.

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    Zoos were created for human entertainment, yes, but that’s quickly becoming secondary in ones that have animal welfare at their heart – from those in Singapore and San Diego to London, Prague, Berlin and Al Ain. And the “cages” are no longer cramped, unsanitised prisons, but rather species-specific enclosures that keep in mind each animal’s need for space, greenery and water resources, with most even providing props and activities to keep the critters as entertained as its distant viewers.

    As for education, do we really need to keep animals in captivity in order to learn about them or spark an interest? Hundreds of kids are still super-interested in dinosaurs or unicorns, despite the fact there are no cages offering an up-close look at these creatures.

    We can conclude that both zoos and the wild have their own merits and demerits

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