Now, that I have the experience of learning from a 7th grade ELA class, I have some expectations for 8th grade ELA class this year. My expectations for 8th grade ELA class is that the info taught to us will be understandable and clear and that we could improve on our grammar, punctuation, etc., so we can be ready for high school. For example, explaining it thoroughly, giving us outlines, or asking students if they don’t understand. For my expectations to happen, the teacher must be patient and generous, so the kids would understand that they’re not getting pressured and have a better quality work instead of messy work. Also, the teacher must be open and appear helpful to the students, so students could ask for help if they don’t understand
When I heard these words announced by the principal of Bryant at the time, Ms. Peterson, I was in awe. I wanted to be just like my brother. When I was in the 8th grade, I wanted to do the 8th grade farewell speech. This goal of mine was never forgotten, and when the end of my 8th grade year came around I submitted the best speech I had ever written before in great hopes that it would get selected. I handed it in with much anxiety and fear that my goal would not be accomplished.
You have to try your best and work hard if you want to make it out of high school in 4 years or earlier. You don’t want to stay in high school longer than your supposed too. I thought myself thought high school was like middle school, I slacked off and didn 't study, but there were consequences. I failed a class and now I have to retake it next year. I know now that I will study and work hard for every class.
Hi this is you from 7th Grade, I want to tell you some info from when you were in LEAP in Mr.Hooten 's Class. When we first started LEAP one project we did was the One Word Project. I chose the word CAN because I normally say “I can 't do that!”, so when I say I can, it really motivates me to do it or try harder. I have a promise for you, Will you promise that you’ll try to get better grades. In the future after a year has gone by I want to be more mature, and in three years when I’m in tenth grade I want to challenge myself and try to get good grades.
Next year I don’t want to procrastinate at all I want to get all my homework turned in on time with my best work. I want to have all A’s and maybe some B’s and a GPA no lower than 3.0. The most important thing I want to do is not judge teachers the ones that might look the coolest could total jerks and the ones who look really boring could be the best teacher I’ll ever meet. I hope in high school that I am a really good student and that the people in my grade actually start trying in school because I don’t want any more disappointed
Growing up, my parents pushed me to do my best in school; I didn’t question it much, although looking back, I recognize that schooling is a vital component to be successful in life. I will be attending UNR this fall, the first in my family to do so. Being a first generation college student, my parents cannot provide any information regarding college classes, scholarships, or tutoring. I’ve worked diligently throughout high school but I cannot venture into college blind; TRiO would be a highly beneficial program enabling me to reach my potential in college. TRiO offers helpful opportunities that will be the cornerstone to my education, such as tutoring, study skills, and advice on class schedules.
Currently, I am a senior at Livermore High School. After graduating high school, I aspire to become an Optometrist. I believe this career will be perfect for me, due to the fact that I will be able to work in various settings, make a difference in other’s lives, and maintain a flexible schedule. However, in order to achieve this goal, I will have to spend at least eight years in school. Although I will obtain a lot of knowledge within this period, I will also become the victim of student debt.
Ambition may lead to negative outcomes. Sadly I learned this statement can be a possible outcome. My main dream has always been to be able to continue playing a sport throughout college. It was in 8th grade, I decided to try and get better in the shortest amount of time. Before I made the decision, I had to decide and take time to think if the amount of time spent would be worth it.
He also told us that if we took Speech, it would only count as a high school class. With all of this information, I decided my best option would be to take Public Speaking as a Junior. I did not want to stress out over this class my Senior year, so I should get it done Junior year. I wanted my Senior year to be a lighter load of classes. From my first to my third speeches, I think that I improved immensely.
We all look forward to the day of graduation and the day we turn our dreams to reality some find it easy and some find it difficult. I remember being in high school two years ago and thinking about what I wanted to do after graduation as to -- whether I should go straight to nursing school or start off at a community college to eventually transfer to a four year university. In life, lots of students come across transitioning from high school to college to become successful in life and to achieve their goals. Some people find it easy or difficult to transition from high school to college. The reason for this is people fail to realize that high school is way different than college.