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AuthoredbyEricaViolet Lee, “Alove letter at the closing of our grocery store”is an article published on February 4th2016. The author narrates his experience and memories as a child,sorely addressing things to do with eating and food. The aim of thearticle by the author is to explain his love for food and eating. Thescene is at the author’s grandparent as he enjoyed the company ofhis mother. Moving from the grandparents’ house, back to theirhome, the article explains the authors’ experience with food suchas KFC special lunch as well as how ‘nana’ used to sneak a donutto him (Lee, 2016). With his mother being a cook in his school, theauthor would creep into the kitchen and take breakfast with hismother.

Inaddition to his eating history, the article is well developed andrelated to other food related issues such as community garden, withthe author effectively explaining its impact to his society. Finally,the article explains the needs to eat good food as well as need tosupport projects that would ensure production of sustainable food.Despite the article starting as a self-evaluation of relation tofood, the article is an educative one to the people of ‘kisiskâciwan’highlighting the importance of sustainable food (Lee, 2016).

Throughthe article, the author has well described how his relationship withfood and eating as like during his young age. However, despite thetopic of the story being an interesting one, the author has taken toomuch to himself, and the use of the ‘I’ in the article has madethe narration less interesting. However, the story is well linkedbetween home, school, and other places he has visited, with eachplace giving a varying experience with food

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Accordingto Green-Hennessy (2014), education has become one of the key factorsdetermining every person’s success in the future. This in turn hasled to the demand for comprehensive and useful education as one ofthe premiere goals for every parent for his/her children. However,when it comes to school some parents are torn between homeschoolingand traditional school plan. Although every schooling approach hasits definite merits and demerits, it is key for parents to note thequality of education is what determines its effectiveness (Riley,015).It is in turn advisable for parents, when choosing the type of schoolfor the children, whether home or traditional schooling, to alwaysconsider the merits and demerits for each type, as well asdifferences between the two forms of schooling. However, withreference to the debate as to which of the two schooling is right,parents as well as teachers should be aware that, the effectivenessof a school depends on the idea whether the needs of the learner arebeing met (Romanowski, 2001).

Comparingthe two, traditional schooling offers the social environment to thelearners a factor that greatly lacks with home schooling. However,with reference to (2015),inspite of the merit related to social environment, traditionalschooling can be destructive, especially to students who deviate fromthe mainstream social spheres. On the side of homeschooling, onegreat benefit is that, there is no homework as there is greaterfreedom as compared to traditional schooling (Romanowski, 2001).However, homeschooling isn’t an advisable option for workingparents as it requires close monitoring of the student. Finally,homeschooling limits a learner’s ability to engage in criticalthinking (Green-Hennessy, 2014). In summary, it is advisable forparents and guardians to always weigh out the learners needs toensure that whichever option of schooling is selected, the learnersbenefits most.

References

Lee,E. V. (n.d.). A love letter at the closing of our grocery store.Retrieved March 16, 2016, fromhttp://rabble.ca/blogs/bloggers/views-expressed/2016/02/love-letter-closing-our-grocery-store

Green-Hennessy,S. (2014). Homeschooled adolescents in the United States:Developmental outcomes.&nbspJournalof Adolescence,&nbsp37(4),441-449.

Romanowski,M. H. (2001). Undoing the `Us vs. Them` of Public and HomeSchooling.&nbspEducationDigest,&nbsp66(9),41.

Riley,G. (2015). Differences in Competence, Autonomy, and Relatednessbetween Home Educated and Traditionally Educated YoungAdults.&nbspInternationalSocial Science Review,&nbsp90(2),1-27.