The kids at school would call Jeannette and her siblings poor and “special” for having accents. They were put in special classes because teachers thought they were slow even though they were smarter than the teachers. These experiences made the Walls family stronger. By living, not suffering, through poverty, rude remarks, and drunk parents, they ended up right where they needed to
The greasers live in a terrifying neighbourhood and there is a lot of violence. When most of these greaser were at school when they were younger they were smart but because they have older siblings or friends they got influenced to do the same thing by protecting their gang and their neighbourhood. “I'm supposed to be smart; I make good grades and have a high IQ and everything, but I don't use my head. Besides, I like walking”. Pony's showing a couple of different kinds of intelligence, educational intelligence and common sense.
Ponyboy explains how the socs expect him to do poor in school and get awful grades, just like his friends did by saying. “They are right. you are a hood.” That didn't make me feel so hot. There were a lot of socs in that class - I get put into A classes because I’m supposed to be smart - and most of them thought it was pretty funny. I didn't though” (S.E.
People in the Victorian Era times were amazed because they didn’t have anything to do back in the day and now they have stuff to do instead of work all of time for money and they could of enjoyed there time with family and friends and have a good time. It also took a lot of stress away during the deep depression because everyone was down at the time and you had to have a way to do more things than work all of the time. They tried to make up their own games with rocks and sticks most of the time but it did not really work a lot so other people made up all of the other games and they started to spread. And that is how parlour games became a thing because most of the people that spread the word about parlour games was in a bar at the time that they started to spread it around. But they spread it like how they spread now days everyone telling people about it.
They are different because in school my brain is more focused because I came here to get work done and become even smarter than i was yesterday, so in class i'm not as loud as I am at home because im like I said focused. They’re also different because when i'm with my friends at school i'm more loud and im with people my age so instead of talking about the 80’s with my mom im talking about fidget spinners with my friends. My act in school and outside of school is very much alike as well. For example outside of school around new people or people I dont know im very shy and quiet and at school when im around new students i'm quiet. Also when im at school and at home i try not to change my personality per say too much because I still want to be myself but I still know my responsibilities and the things I can can not
School Suspensions Are a Waste of Time Would you take school suspensions away if it would benedict the school? Many school have always used school suspensions as their way of chastisement, simply because it is the easiest way. School suspensions became popular around the 1960s and 70s because many more fights were occurring due to desegregation. Although school suspensions are widely used throughout most schools, it is time we found a more effective way of discipline. School suspensions are not working because students may not understand what they did wrong, suspensions feel more like time off than a punishment, and students are more likely to act out again after being suspended.
My parents and the white capes/heroes speak of where the normal kids live. The lucky ones who get to have all the fun but also go to this boring school were apparently they teach you stuff that is fascinating but boring to most kids. But the most fun thing that kids still love to this day which fascinated me more than anything is this big white thing you set up on the table with a screen on it that you could look up anything I mean anything and some reason knows what that is and then shows you what it means but wait for a picture to it is like it is reading my brain wow that were the things I was going to experience in a world outside this hospital's doors that were the last words I remember of this so-called
To students, sitting in such classes is very boring (Chaudhari, 2017). Another set of students say that they pay for the classes and they are the ones to decide which class to attend and not. Students believe that they are capable of gaining more knowledge even without going to classes. A study conducted recently reports that effort and intelligence are more important for grades and not the attendance. Students agree to this statement made as they feel that their focus and determination can get them high grades.
They are constantly motivated to learn, unlike a fixed mindset student's that from previous experience gives up easily if they don't understand. It wouldn't matter if there learning process is social or individual because first sign of struggle, a fixed mindset student would give up .I considered myself a fixed mindset student in middle school because it seemed that even when I would try hard to understand the subjects it would never show during my assessments. After the many red pen marks and lengthy teacher feedback, I started to shut down and wasn't willing to