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People shouldn’t have to run away or even move out of the country as a result of people trying to hurt them just because they are different or have different opinions or different beliefs. You may think that this never happens but it happens more often than you think. Fellow classmates and Miss Bennett, today I will be talking to you about equality.
Equality is not just about me or you, It affects everyone. There are a lot of different types of equality like race, gene er, and even religion to this day a lot of them still happen. Equality is about ensuring that people get the same thing the same rights. But it’s not always like that. It’s important that people get the same rights so that when they grow up they learn to fight.if we didn’t have equality the whole world would be a mess.
Gender equality it’s important to remember that since birth, we have been conditioned to make similarities between men and women, masculinity, and femininity. Gender is the perceived or projected masculinity or femininity of a person.societies tend to have related gender in which everyone is categorized as male or female but this is not universal. Some societies include a third gender, referred to as transgender, which combined both as male and female.
Racial equality a lot of people think that since other people are different than them and have different skin colour they don’t have to treat them the same. but it’s not like that if you have different skin colour then you’re friend it doesn’t matter you could still be friends with them. For example a few years ago when I was on a cruise I met this girl at kids club.she had a different skin colour than me. but I didn’t care. I still continued to play and we had a lot of fun together.
In conclusion, you should treat everyone the same I hope after listening to my speech that you learned that you should treat everyone the same. I hope you remember that it’s ok to be friends with someone that has different coloured skin then you.thank you for listening to my speech.
All about bees
Bees are flying insects closely related to wasps and ants known for pollination. Bees are presently considered a clade, called anthophila. There are over 16,ooo known species of bees in seven recognized families. That’s crazy! Some species including honey bees, bumblebees and stingless bees live socially in colonies while some other types of bees including mason bees, carpenter bees, leafcutter bees and sweat bees are solitary. Bees are found on every single continent except Antarctica. The most common bees in the northern hemisphere are the sweat bees but it is small and usually mistaken for wasps or flies. Bees range in the size from little stingless bee species which are less than two millimeters to long Megachile Pluto bees, the longest species of bees is the leafcutter bee whose females can be a length of 39 millimeters can you believe it. Bees eat nectar and pollen did you know most pollen is used as food for their larvae. Predators of bees include birds, insect predators include beewolves and dragonflies. Bee pollination is very important both ecologically and commercially.the decrease in wild bees has increased the value of pollination by commercially managed hives of honey bees.
Human beekeeping or apiculture has been practiced for years since at least the time of ancient Egypt and Ancient Greece.bees have appeared in mythology and folklore, through all phases of art and literature from ancient times to present day, although primarily focused in the northern hemisphere where beekeeping is far more common.
The earliest animal pollinated flowers were, cup shaped blooms pollinated by insects such as beetles, so the syndrome of insect pollination was well thought of before the first appearance of bees.the novelty is that bees are specialized as pollination agents, with behavioural and physical changes that specifically improve pollination, and are the most efficient pollinating insects.in a process of coevolution, flowers advanced floral awards including nectar and longer tubes, and bees advanced longer tongues to take out the nectar. Bees also advanced structures also known as scopal hairs and pollen baskets to get and carry pollen. The location and types are different among and between groups of bees. Most bees have scopal hairs on their hind legs or on the other side of their belly’s. Some species in the Apidae family have pollen baskets on their hind legs, while very few don’t have these but instead carry pollen in their crops.
How do bees make honey
How do bees make honey is a commonly asked question, how do bees make honey? Well that’s a great question bees collect a sugary juice called nectar from the flower bloom by sucking it out with their tongues. they keep it in what’s called their honey stomach, which is different from their food stomach. When bees have a full load of honey they fly back to their hive, and there you have it that’s how bees make honey.
. Why we should have more field trips
We should have more field trips because it can increase a student’s learning. A lot of people want more field trips. It would help us learn more about where we were going. Some people are visual learners so it would help them to see the place they were learning about.
You should let us have more field trips because it can help our learning. It would help our learning because we would have something to look forward to. We would behave better if we had more field trips because we would be comer in class. It could help us get more active so we wouldn’t be so hyper in class.
We would have more fun at school. We would work harder because we know if we do we would have a field trip. It would be fun to go to the places we learn about. We can have better school days because we would have a break on the bus.
It would help people understand more. For some people it’s easier to understand what they are learning about by looking at it. It would help people learn better to see what we are learning about. It could help the teachers get to know more about the parents and kids. The same goes for the parents. It would give us a chance to bond with each other.
We should have more field trips cause it can increase learning. We should have more field trips because we can learn better together. Some people like their parents at school. It would help us get to know each other. You could say it was a reward and if we behaved we would get to go.
Thanks for listening