Article Title:Revealed: Inside the Chinese suicide sweatshop where workers toil in 34-hour shifts
to make your iPod
Author: By ANDREW MALONE and RICHARD JONES
March 19, 2013
5472 Livorno Ct
Dear Donna Jones,
Your article: Pajaro Valley gym teachers promote healthy lifestyle in crowded classes. is a
great source of information. P.E. has to be implemented in our schools.
How does your topic violates human rights?
a. How will you hook your reader? Sweatshops are secretly in business everywhere in
the world and even in the places you wouldnt expect.
b. What issue are you investigating? The issue I am investi
Page Title: School-based approaches for preventing and treating obesity
Authors Name: Mary H. Ph D.
Date Written: December 4, 2010
Page Title: Michelle Obama champions vegetable gardens and healthy food in American
Authors Name: Adrian Higgins
Date Written: August 02, 2012
Page Title: Physical Education Requirements and Childhood Obesity
Authors Name: John Cawley, David E. Frisvold, Chad D. Meyerhoefer
Date Written: 26 September 2012
Interview With Dr. Bob Gould
1. Who all do you think should be involved In this initiative?
This initiative involves the whole nation, society and a whole community. As you are aware it
takes a village to raise a child; it takes a community to make a chan
Page Title: Improving School Food:For the Good of Kids, with the Help of Kids
Authors Name: David L. Katz, M.D., M.P.H., FACPM, FACP
Date Written: August 2012
February 13, 2013
Student at Summit
5472 Livorno Court
San Jose, CA 95138
9601 Wilshire Blvd.
San Jose, CA 95137
My name is Rama S. Prasad. I am a 10th grader at Summit Charte
Research Question: Schools in San Jose face challenges in finding time for physical activity
during the school day. How can schools improve physical education to combat childhood obesity
and health issues?
Annotated Bibliography (MLA Format)
May 1, 2012
Dear LPD Teachers and Peers:
Hi my name is Rama Prasad and I am a freshman at Summit Charter Prep, San Jose, California.
The book The Champ is my brainchild. It was inspired by a 3rd grader in Lyndale Elementary
School named Melissa. I met her