Cultural integration and infusion have led tremendous developments in the educational and economic fronts. During my baseball trainings, our French coach makes fun and acclamations in French, and at times coaches using his language because all the students in my team have learned to speak French, and we are all loving it. Back at home in my neighborhood, I find it very interesting to interact with other French children, who just moved in as I teach them how to speak English. Their parents have also loved me so much because I am helping their children develop their language skills. My French skills have also helped me in the Masjid as I help in translating to the older French parents form Arabic lessons to their language, which has also earned me great admiration among the elderly.
Academics are the best reason that keeps me coming back to school every morning. I believe that I need to accomplish my goal in life, and become a better, and even more popular surgeon than Ben Carson was. I could still be known internationally in computers for surpassing Mark Zuckerberg or Bill Gates’ records and making one of the best inventions of the century. We corporate with our teachers and other students to ensure that the learning process continues softly and that every members of our class understands the topics. Being a member of all these tribes is not only important for my social, and academic development, but also psychological and economic development. Interacting with individuals from different communities gives me social satisfaction and allows me to again more knowledge about academics, sports, and other people’s culture. I can use my experience with other cultures such as French and Spanish to work in these communities and feel as if I am home away from home.
Alexie, Sherman. The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian. New York City: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers, 2012. Print