Society has to help them when they can and try to not cause too big of an issue about it. If they live around someone like that they should always warn them or tell them if they are gonna do something that's gonna make a loud sound. The society just has to keep in mind that they are damaged mentally and can't help that certain things scare them.
3 - answered question but could use some work and a little more vocabulary
3 - answered question fully but could use stronger vocab
Our society's responsibility for soldiers who return back from war with issues such as PTSD include getting them the help that they need. These soldiers risked their lives and left their families to go fight for our country and our freedom. When they get scarred from the things that they've seen in war they could return home with problems such as PTSD, anxiety, depression, ect. It should be our responsibility to get them they help and support that they need. In reality, it's the least that we could do for them since they give everything away to go fight for us.
4 - good vocab and nice response.
4 - restated question and gave a great response with more challenging vocab
What does it mean to be a solider? It means you put your life on the line for the safety and freedom of your country no matter the cost. It is our obligation to treat veterans and active duty men and woman with respect. Our society should help veterans with a disability. We would have no freedoms with out our men and woman in blue. It is our job to make sure they are healed and respected after war.
3 - good answer but didn't restate the question
3 - did not restate question, could use more complex sentences
Society has the responsibility of caring for our soldiers who return from battle scarred. Innocent men and woman risk their lives to fight for our freedoms, so the least we could is help these men and woman recover from what they've been traumatized by. We could help our soldiers by offering our time to those who have no family left, or by donating to mental health organizations whose main priority is helping soldiers. Scarred soldiers need help and it's our responsibility to help them, for they deserve that and more.
4 - good answer but could use some stronger vocab
4 - restated the question, very good vocab and sentence structure
The responsibility society has to our soldiers who return scarred from battle is to help them function easier in their day to day life. People should make sure that soldiers have ample job opportunities for when they come home. This would mean that we would have to create some jobs. We should also provide access to healthcare and therapy, if it's needed. These two things would help insure a smoother transition back to society by providing a livelihood and mental health support for scarred veterans.
4 - nice use of vocab
4 - restated the question and used great vocab
Society has the responsibility of respecting soldiers boundaries when they return home scarred from battle. Society has to not run up to soldiers and not make loud noises around them because they will most likely react as if they were in battle. Soldier should be offered assistance when needed and stay calm around them.
2 - answered the question but could add more content
2 - restated question but very little content to support answer
Some responsibilities of society for our soldiers who return home scarred from battle are comforting them and making them feel as though we are there for them in their time of need. Some soldiers will come home scarred and have nobody to go to or are to scared to open up. Having someone to talk to about the topic that is giving you trouble can really help you hurdle the problem. There are many organizations that help veterans cope with the civilian life outside of the military. As a society, we need to stand by them in their time of need. Even just shaking their hand and thanking them in public can mean a lot to them. Anything we can do to help them needs to be done because they have been through so much stuff that most of us can't even fathom.
3 - good response but could use more vocab
4 - restated question, decent vocab with a very in depth answer
The society's responsibility for soldiers when they return from war is to comfort them and salute them. When a soldier returns, people need to join together and stand by their side so they know they are not alone. If the soldier needs someone to talk to, then it is our job as a society to welcome them with open arms and listen to what they have to say even if it is the little things. When the ones who risked their lives for their country return, we must remind them of how much we appreciate all they have done for us and make sure they have a safe place to go to. We need to realize that what those heroic individuals have done for us, will not be left unseen. Society's job is to praise the ones who were willing to die for us.
4 - nicely answered but could throw in a few vocab words
4 - good answer but try to use stronger vocab
The responsibility we have to our soldiers who return from battle scarred is it make sure they get the proper care and attention they need, so they can feel as if they can go back into society normally. In the text it's being described how lonely and possibly depressed these wounded soldiers are and it's how responsibility to protect them as they protected us overseas. For us as a country to help them seek help once they return should be a top priority.
4 - restated question and good use of vocab but proofread to make sure your sentence structures make sense
Our society's responsibility to soldiers that return from battle scarred should be to provide them with the best support and care we can provide. Our society should provide them with medical treatment and/ or medications to help with PTSD or other issues. Our society can also provide them with shelter or care if they can not be with their loved ones due to the PTSD.
3 - answered the question but could add more content
3 - add more challenging vocab and variety in your sentences
The responsibility society has for scarred soldiers returning from battle is the medical bills. Therapy would be need for these soldiers who risked their life in battle. It needs to be know what can happen when returning from battle. The stuff you see and what can happen to your brain from it shouldn't be cast a side. Soldiers helped protect society, so society should help protect them. They risked themselves when the country is on it's low. Shouldn't we do the same? No one should be left alone dealing with the affects of war.
3 - good answer but could use more vocabulary
3 - restated the question and gave a good answer but could use better vocabulary and more varied sentences
Society should have the responsibility of helping out the soldiers who return from battle by comforting them when they arrive. Keeping them company and not letting them be alone to allow them to have bad memories. We should try to volunteer in helping soldiers with food drives, donating, and other things. Helping train dogs for soldiers to use to help them is a great way to have a responsibility for when they return home.
3 - answered the question well but could add more content
4 - good information but use stronger vocab
Our society has special duties for our returning soldiers when they come back home. We give thanks and stand up for them, and praise them for their bravery. We have learned to respect out solders and to honer them for giving their freedom and giving us freedom to live. They go out on the land everyday fitting our battles for us and giving us a peaceful place to sleep while the are working day in and out keeping us protected. We give them resources when they come back from battle to talk about what happen when they were away from home. Getting to talk to other solderers and therapist really help them get back in the grove of things. Showing them that they aren't alone and that they can make it through the ruff times with everyone supporting . them. I believe that we give them the most support that we can give them during the hard times that they go through. .
3 - answered the question well but could take out some sentences
3 - could take out a lot of information and use stronger vocab
When soldiers return home from battle, we as a society have many responsibilities to make sure these scarred soldiers feel welcome when they return home. Some of these responsibilities would be to respect them as they are mentally and physically healing since returning home. By doing this many need to understand that soldiers are going to react different to many things.
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2 - elaborate more on your point of view
Society's responsibility for those scarred soldiers coming back is to help them re-adapt to civilian life. Soldiers returning home return with both physical and mental wounds. It is both the governments and civilians duty to help ease these soldiers beck into their normal life. Although many have their own opinions of war, all people should help these soldiers as they were fighting to allow the citizens to voice their opinion. Anyone can get help for someone they know struggling with any mental scars. It is everyone's responsibility to help these people.
3 - good answer but could add in some vocab
3 - answered question well but could use stronger vocab; good job acknowledging another viewpoint
When soldiers return from battle, and they have those battle scars, either mentally or physically, society's responsibility is that they treat those soldiers with respect and not tease and bully those soldiers. Since 1999, the suicide rate among soldiers have skyrocketed because of higher rates of depression and PTSD among soldiers because they have been away from home for years on end and are missing their family and friends. Society needs to be respectful towards these veterans because they do not know what they went through when they were in the line of fire and they don't know how they have been coping with it.
3 - -good but add in some vocab
3 - good answer and use of statistics but needs stronger vocab
Our responsibilities when a solider comes back is to welcome them with open arms. Society would need to help them through what they saw and get them back into an normal society. We need to help them because 15% of soldiers come back with PTSD. Plus it is hard to switch from a wartime scene back to their normal life.
2 - needs more content but answered the question
2 - needs more content
The responsibility that society has on our soldiers that return scarred from battle is we should be there when they need someone to talk to. Don't force them to do anything, take in consideration that they just had some horrific things that have happened right in front of there eyes. Just in general, be respectful to them because they are the ones fighting for our freedom.
3- - good answer but add a bit more content
3 - try and use stronger vocab
Our society has the responsibility to help our solders know that we are grateful for their services. It is important to help out solders who have Ptsd, by not hostile towards them so they don't have a bad flash back from the past services. Also you should thank them when you see them in person to thank them for their sacrifices they have made for them and their families.
3 - answered the question but needs to restate the question
3 - answered the question well but could be a bit longer
Society has a pretty big responsibility to returning troops. They risk the ultimate sacrifice just so the people back home can sleep safely. It's obvious that the troops go through and see things that no one should ever to experience, but they do. When they come back, they're heads are filled with horrible memories and images, and sometimes it goes completely unnoticed. It's the people's responsibility to make sure that returning troops get the help they need and the emotional security they deserve.
3 - nice response but could her more vocab
4 - answered the question well with a unique way of restating the question, however could use stronger vocab
In our society,we have a duty to help soldiers who return from battle or deployment with internal or external scars. We set up the VA to help with that,but it has recently been plagued by underfunding,corrupt management, and incompetence. This is in a process of overhaul,however that is proceeding very slowly. Society also has a high debt to these people, and to essentially ignore them as they suffer the pain over and over and over again is criminally negligent.
2 - didn't stick to the prompt entirely but impressive vocab
As a whole, society owes so much to the soldiers that come back from battle scarred and even the ones not scarred. The people that go to battle are already risking losing their lives but also so much more. They're leaving there families not having contact for months at a time. The least we can do is make sure they are treated properly when they come back, that being health insurance so if they need medicine they have it avaliable to them they should also be guaranteed a place to live. There is no exscuse for soldiers to come back and not have a place to live. We as a society should also make sure that we as a whole is grateful for them and their sacrifices. they need to know we are behind them.
3 - a good answer but didn't restate the question
3 - good answer but didn't restate the question the prompt asked
Society responsibility for our soldiers who return from battle scared with PTSD or any other health related problems are to give them the help and care that they need to not have to feel like their still involved in war. Society are needed by soldiers day in and day out, they need to start communicating with scared soldiers to VA´s that deal with soldiers who are struggling to mange their every day life.
2 - answered the question but could add more content and vocab
2 - need more content and stronger vocab
Soldiers who return scarred from battle deserve and need attention and treatment from today's society. Our society should often go out of our way and care for those who were scarred in battle. From PTSD to small wounds, all soldiers risk their lives and serve our country in some way, and for this reason, organizations and even people should help these soldiers out when they return. Soldiers returning might not even have a place to go home to or a family that cares for them, or they could be jobless after duty and need special help. For soldiers with PTSD, society should help them out in multiple ways to comfort them wether it be with a dog or special aid. With these reasons, society does have a responsibility for these soldiers that served our country.
4 - really good answer but could use a bit of stronger vocab
4 - very good answer but vocab could improve just a bit
When soldiers return scarred from war, the most important thing to do is be gentle and patient with them. They may have trouble assimilating back into society at first and may continue to carry and practice many of the combat habits they've developed during their time in the war, causing what most would consider "strange" behavior in areas that could potentially trigger them to be on guard. Instead of getting angry with them, or feeling ashamed, acknowledge that they may be suffering mentally and help to ground them, remind them that they don't need to be on high alert at all times. Also, respect is important - do not invalidate any traumas they may have faced no matter what opinion a person may have on war and the military, and thank them for their efforts.
4 - very nice answer and good vocab
As a society, we seem to over look the problem of scarred soldiers coming home. They are respected as members of our society, however, do you think we acknowledge their acts enough? These are people that have put their lives at risk for our country. As a society, we should have the responsibility of making sure these people have what they need when they come back, because they don´t always come back in good shape mentally. When you see a soldier with no legs, you immediately feel something. Do you think anyone has ever looked at a veteran that doesn´t have any physical problems and ask themselves if that person is okay otherwise? We, as a society, should pay more attention to the non-physical signs.
3 - answered the question but could restate the question
4 - need to restate the question more clearly
Our society has many responsibilities when it comes to taking care of our returning soldiers. If they return with PTSD or any other conditions caused by battle, we should provide a place for them to recover and ease back into normal life. We should also provide comfort animals to PTSD victims to help them control and overcome their condition. These veterans should be cared for in order to show our gratitude for their bravery.
3 - good answer but could add more content
3 - could be a bit longer and more in depth
The responsibility that society must have for returning veterans is to make them feel that they can actually rejoin society like they once were. With all that they have seen and what they had to deal with, they are left very scarred mentally and sometimes have flashbacks where they remember an event by sound or even a phrase. In the article, “Returning veterans face many mental health risks” it says, “ as our service members return home, they face a challenging reintegration” and “support networks for soldiers are often nonexistent or damaged: deployment is hard on families and often leads to divorce.” This means that with all of the health risks and mental incapabilities, they cannot join back into normal society because of the lack of support to move forward or begin and to get help, which truly makes it hard for them. So something we have responsibility over is how they are taken care of and allowing them to rejoin society.