Learning

by Sher
(Brooklyn, NY)

Learning in different societies and languages on one earth

Learning in different societies and languages on one earth

We are living on a place called "Earth". It is made up with all types of people made up of different race, color and ethnicity. We all learn, interpret and have different opinions in the way we live.


Everyone has a different learning abilities. This generation appears to have a higher percentage of learning disabilities. One being "autism" which has different levels. You may have low functioning which can barely adapt to learning day to day activities on there own. Then there is a higher functioning autism which they may grasp and retain the above average literature and skills but have behavioral dysfunctions.

Some people have language barriers that prevent them to learn another countries system. That does not mean they are less intelligent. That means they have to learn language of that country, in order to communicate proficiently.

In most of societies' opinion, we instill that regardless our learning ability we can accomplish the same goals through extra tutoring, mentor-ship and literature while some have no tolerance.



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