State the Problem:
One of the problems I have noticed at Tartan is that there are a lot of fights.
Once in a while when you are in the lunch room you'll see some kids fighting and a lot of the time people will be talking about a fight that is going to happen or one they saw.
Examine Contributing Factors:
Somethings that contributes factors to fights is that some people disrespect eachother. Othertimes it will start with a verbal fight and get more serious leading to a fist fight.
Propose a Solution:
People could settle it other ways
Monday, February 19, 2007
When you are babysitting and the parents are suppose to come home at a time and they don't it can get really fraustered and not get payed as much as you should. So you should tell the parents that you want to get payed more if they come home late or they have to come home on time.
when you are climbing Mount Everest you need to know some of the dangers that come along with the trip that your are about to do and the risks you are about to take. Mount Everest can got to triple digits below zero and wind chillsbelow that. You could have sudden blizzards, avalanches, mile-deep crevasses and sheer terrain. To these you can get fatal mountain illnesses such as pulmonary edema, where the lungs fillwith liquids, or cerebral ebema, where the brain fills with liquids. To the lack of thick air, your oxygen content is 1/3 of what it is at sea level, which requires 4 times as many breathes. The air is so dry that your water content in your blood drops from 50% to 15%, which makes you more vonurable to frost bite. You can get a hacking cough that is so violent that you can crack your ribs when you cough. The air is so thin that you can start to hallucinate and make impaired judgements and cant think straight. To the freezing cold weather you are at a high potential to lose fingers and toes. With the lack of air you can lose brain cells which will not grow back. i got alot of my info from this one http://www.tc.umn.edu/~hatt0047/everestarticles/deadly