We need to keep our kids off the streets, make sure you educate them about vandalism by telling then that is wrong and can lead to prison.
Also be aware of who your kids are hanging out with, give them enough attention and love as much as discipline and also encourage activities outside of school.
If however you tend to make a lot of mistakes in your writing, I would advise you to write an essay about 500 words.
(more than two pages depending on your handwriting).
JOSEPHINE MICHEL IS A PHOTOGRAPHIC ARTIST CURRENTLY BASED IN BRUSSELS.
THE HEARING EXPERIENCE BOTH STIMULATES AND SHAPES HER IMAGES, WHICH ARE INFUSED BY THE ACOUSTIC QUALITIES OF THE ENVIRONMENT, DRAWING ON WHAT PAUL SHARITS CALLED ‘OPERATIONAL ANALOGUES BETWEEN WAYS OF SEEING AND WAYS OF HEARING’.EDUCATION 2012 Master of Philosophy (MPhil), Department of Visual Communication, School of Communications, Royal College Of Art, London -Thesis “The Sonic Photograph”, under the supervision of Al Rees and Jon Wozencroft2005 MA in Photography, École Nationale Supérieure de la Photographie, Arles - High distinctions2002 DEUG in Philosophy, Université Paris-Sorbonne SELECTED INDIVIDUAL EXHIBITIONS2014 Halfway to White, Wu Galeria, Bienal de la Fotografia de Lima2013 Photography and Sound: Affect, Vibration and Interferences, Royal College of Art, London2012 Halfway to White, Rencontres d’Arles2007 Lude, La Camara Lucida Galeria, Barcelona2007 Lude, Espace Guillaume, Paris SELECTED COLLECTIVE EXHIBITIONS2019 Photography on a postcard, photo london2018 The Family of no man, rencontres de la photographie, arles 2017 Seeing Sound, HAFNY, NYC2016 Light Touch Film Night, Pie Factory, Margate2016 (Im)materialists, Close Up Film Centre, London2016 The Ecology of Attention: Bedtime Stories, Agora, Berlin2015 Field Effects, Rencontres de la Photographie, Arles2015 Memorias Imperiales, Alliance Française, Lima2014 Imagenes Ayer y Hoy, Casa Rimac, Lima2014 Fotografias, Wu Galeria, Lima2014 Nouveau Paysage, Galerie Binôme, Paris2013 Plat(t)form 2013, Fotomuseum, Winterthur2012 Show RCA 2012, Royal College of Art, London2012 Fieldwork II, Exhibition Road, London2012 Objectified, Charlie Smith Gallery, London2011 Fieldwork, Regency Town House, Brighton2008 Filigranes, 20 ans d’Edition, L’imagerie, Lannion PUBLICATIONS BOOKS2015 Halfway to White, book/CD, in collaboration with the Finnishcomposer and sound artist Mika Vainio; Touch Folio 0012007 Lude, book/DVD, Filigranes Éditions WRITINGS BY 2017 Vers Mika Vainio, Optical Sound n°52016 Mauvais genre, ed.sébastien lifshitz, photomonitor2015 The Voyage of Discovery by Carly Steinbrunn, Photomonitor2014 A Perpetual Season by Grégoire Pujade-Lauraine, Photomonitor2012 The Sonic Photograph, MPhil thesis, Royal College of Art ESSAYS, REVIEWS, PRESS 2016 Discussion with Christiane Monarchi around Mercures, Hatje Cantz Fotoblog2016 Joséphine Michel & Mika Vainio – Halfway to White, review by Aurelio Cianciotta, Neural2016 The Pixel is a Note of Birdsong, essay by Daniel C Blight, Source, issue 852016 The Unified Artwork, review by Aimee Mollaghan, Source, issue 852015 Fade to White, Brainwashed, by Craig Deaton,2015 Texture and Timbre, interview by Roy Exley, The Photographers’ Gallery Blog2015 Le blanc contient toutes les couleurs comme il peut engendrer toutes les sensations, entretien, Fisheye2015 Half-Heard Rhymes, essay by Justin Coombes, Photomonitor2014 Extract from Halfway to White, Le Nouvel Esprit du Vandalisme2014 From Halfway to White, essay by Nicky Hamlyn, Photography and Culture2014 Libro de la Bienal de la Fotografia de Lima2013 Layers in Tension: the Photographs of Joséphine Michel, essay by Nicky Hamlyn, Sequence2012 L’École Française, Rencontres d’Arles 2012 catalogue, Actes Sud2012 À mi-chemin du blanc, Brigitte Hernandez, Le Point2012 Royal College of Art Show 2012 catalogue2012 Qu’avez-vous fait de la photographie?30 ans de L’ENSP, Actes Sud2011 Extract from (Un)Frozen Improvisation, Le Monde des Livres2011 Roy Exley interviews Joséphine Michel, Photomonitor AWARDS, BURSARIES, RESIDENCIES 2016 AGORA: AFFECT Residency, Berlin.The more you know about vandalism, the more you can make it a crime that is more trouble than it's worth.Over one half of all the crimes associated with vandalism occurs in high schools. Vandals can be good or bad students, girls or boys, whites or blacks, rich or poor.When the community is vandalized, the people are the ones who have to pay for someone else’s damage.Vandalism is still and will always be a growing problem unless we do something about it.Police, fire and emergency services are affected by increased workloads and false alarms.Also, facilities, such as parks and public rest rooms which everyone in the community uses, become vandalized. People pay their taxes for a reason, to build a better community for the future generation.The trick is to write your words in big text size and ensure that there are not more than ten words in each line. Choose this type of question only if you have a sound mastery of Malay language.Generally, art stream students prefer this type of question more than science stream students.