But my friends positively influence my study habits as well. They encourage me to study rather than get distracted by other things such as my phone, internet, and procrastination. Just the other night Justin and Giselle were helping me with practice questions for my midterm. It was pretty great of them to help me because I got an A on the test. It was my hardest class by the way!
She didn’t bother spending a minute of her stupid time struggling with her reduced intelligence. She just relaxed and went with it. Because she didn’t have any problems the real world would present to a stupid person, she got to enjoy all of the benefits and none of the drawbacks. She remembered the time with a fond nostalgia.
At one point Sherry describes her experiences of being an adult literacy teacher as an ethos (Sherry, 564). The example of Sherry being an adult literacy teacher is an amazing use of ethos (Sherry, 564), Sherry encourages the audience to trust her opinions by showing that she sees first hand the students that are passed along during school. This puts Sherry in the shoes of a professional of sorts, and who does not trust a professional opinion. That, however is not the only point of ethos in “In Praise of the F word”. Sherry’s other example is her own experience of being a mother to a son who went through the American school system (Sherry, 565).
Based on the textual evidence in Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl and a students example essay on studysync I believe that, one of the best ways to respond or deal with conflict is through perseverance ,being straightforward ,thinking positive and being understanding because this allows people to solve conflict and get to a reasonable solution for all the sides. Anne used persisting and positive thinking, Anne 's mom used understanding, the student used being straightforward to deal with conflict in his/her writing. There are many different ways to deal with conflict but I believe those were the best ways
I thought this essay was going to be one of the hardest essays I would have to write in this class because I ever really understood the rhetorical analysis triangle. I always had trouble figuring out the difference between logos, ethos, and pathos. In high school, my teacher made the rhetorical analysis triangle really difficult to understand so when I had to start writing this essay I was really nervous that I would have trouble using the rhetorical analysis triangle. Throughout this essay, I had to put in a lot of research in each part of the triangle so I was able to understand the triangle and be able to write a good essay.
An article from L.A. Times written by Megan O'Neil discusses the pros and cons of teaching the book in schools. The author interviewed a teacher who supported high schoolers reading the book and she had only positive things to say about the novel, "Capote’s work is a great fit for the class, because it introduces students to the American judicial system and the death penalty, among other contemporary topics. It is also superbly written and allows students to form their own opinions" (Ciotti). Ms. Ciotti believed the book would benefit her students greatly by introducing them to the controversial topics and letting them give their own opinions. A school board president agreed with Ms. Ciotti and had her own reasons for allowing the novel, “I whole-heartedly support the adoption of this book, not just because it is on the AP list, or because it represents a milestone in literature as the first nonfiction novel.
These tests and homework affect my life greatly. Most of the time, when I study for tests, I do well. Studying and doing my homework allows me to keep my grades high. If I do bad on my test, it will effect my grade heavily, possibly bringing it down a whole letter grade. That will mess up my chances of getting into colleges.
I also enjoyed telling about Mr. Anderson’s easy tests for history, and my oddly eccentric French teacher Mrs. Monacelli. To cope with the everlasting amount of stress and pressure I got, I wrote in my journal every single day of 6th grade. My journal became a source of hope, inspiration, and happiness for me as I went down the road through middle school. My journal was best friend. I never left my home without it.
In college I could be a tutor and help clear the fog away from the brains of some of the students to have them get the grades they want to obtain. Then, since my plan is to be a high school math teacher, tutoring is great practice for me to learn how to get the point across to the students and help them not hate math, unlike so many middle school and high school students do today. Maybe I will even be able to help others find their love for math, just like my middle school math teacher did for me. Or I could just teach them math until their heads explode, which ever
For example, the ALP was tough at first but during all the journals, the freewrites, and the essays were really were not so bad and they were easier because I paid attention to my professor on writing better and to make my emotions on paper,. To summarize how Brookdale was a good choice for me was I met good people, the courses, less money to spend, has a great hands on learning experience, and getting good grades. For all the new students in the ALP, learn and enjoy being in that program because that program really helped me learn two English courses in one semester so that
I expect it to be really challenging and hard. From what I have heard you get a lot of homework and essays. Since my teachers in middle school are really good I don’t think I will have a problem in high school. I also expect high school to be a lot of fun.
I formed this group because Alyssa and I were both struggling and I know Porter is great at math so I reached out to him to help us and study together. The group has been helpful because a lot of my questions can be answered by my friends. The dynamic is great because none of us are afraid to sound dumb with questions, so we are all very open and open to helping. We haven’t strictly followed the guidelines in the hand out being that we feel that the way the study group naturally works is great for us and our own learning styles.
Writing scared me in high school. The idea of writing a 10 page research paper, or a 6 page opinion essay terrified me. My fear of writing was created by the success I achieved in other subjects in school. Throughout my adolescence, I became accustomed to
It is with great pleasure that I recommend Katrina Schwartz. She is a hardworking and kind individual who has demonstrated strong ability and talent throughout her high school career. Katrina’s talents extend beyond the classroom. Not one to just sit back and let life pass her by, she is involved both in and outside of school. Although quite modest, Katrina is a student that is well liked and admired by her peers, as well as her teachers.