Big Idea: Heroes take on many different forms and evolve from many different situations. Common Core Standards: CC.1.4.3.T: With guidance and support from peer and adults, develop and strengthen writing as needed by planning, revising, and editing. 6.5.3.A: Explain why people work. 6.5.3.B: Identify different occupations.
On the 60 Minute video we watch in class one man said to Cash,’’have you ever tried to reach out to the mom and apologies about her death’’ and Cash response was ‘’ that is a good idea i should try it’’. over all that comment alone shows you where his mind was, not on the family, not on his friend, but on himself. The highest part of this pyramid is self actualization, your morals, problem solving and accepting facts, and he was nowhere close to doing any of that. The tittle is called ‘The bad samaritan’ for a reason, he just not a person that I would want on the streets if I was in danger and if he would be the only one
While Holden stood outside the Museum of Natural History, he pointed out how everything always stayed the same. The glass cases around the exhibits acted as a defense against touching, or tainting. “Like the children in the museum, to protect the innocent, the catcher must strictly refrain from touching; leaving them alone.” (Rachelle Crow, Prezi Presentation) Holden compares the innocence of a child to the artifacts in the museum.
Now when it comes to ageism, I have experienced many situations where I was discrimination, because of my age. It should not matter what age you are; people should not discriminate or look down on a person, just because of a number. The one of the first times I felt that I was dealing with ageism, is when I did work at a preschool. I was nineteen years old and I was an assistant in the classroom. Parents and other teachers never really came to me when there was a problem, because they judge me because of my age.
Keep in mind that Christopher has trusted Siobhan with all of his secrets that he does not even tell his dad which gives him someone he trusts. Siobhan is like a therapist for Christoper, he tells her everything about what is going on in his life right then and there, He was talking about how his father says that he shouldn't be talking to or about Mrs. Shears because he doesn't like her. " And Siobhan said, "Well, Mrs. Shears is a friend of yours, isn't she. A friend of you and your
What this essay is saying about students and education is there is no student who doesn’t want to learn or what’s to get an education. Everybody is capable of learning, but the problem is sometimes the education are given by people who don’t care if you are learning or not. In this essay, we learned that the author was put in classes where the teachers didn’t care too much about their students and because of this he become a mediocre student. Not because he didn’t like school or he was lazy, but because there was no inspiration in learning. Luckily, Mike Rose the author of I Just Wanna Be Average found someone that wants him to start learning someone that make him change his mind.
This includes lack of communication and language barriers. Will C Wood middle school have the open door policy, which permits parents to….. there is also school meeting that allows parents to meet and communicate with teachers and administrators . (resource) Some of the parents informed that there is lack of communication with some of the school members.
Studio stood out on my schedule, but I did not think anything of it because it qualified as English and that was fine with me. But as soon as I sat down for this class I immediately knew this was not a general English class. When Mark and David both walked into the classroom there were murmurs about which one was the teacher. In my mind I thought, it is never a good sign to have two teachers in a classroom.
What adjustments to your original plan (if any) did you make during the lesson? Why did you determine those adjustments were necessary? (3d, 3e) If I were to do this lesson again, I would break the class into two smaller groups and have the students do the lesson with parallel teaching. I believe this adjustment would give students more of an opportunity to contribute, guess, and play with the
As questions were thrown around, the amount of hands raised slowly decreased. Many students wanted to know why their school wasn’t doing anything. Others were disappointed because they were planning to bring a veteran(s). After school, Kurovski and a few other students went to their teacher and wanted to know what they could do to get the school’s traditional ceremony back. While talking, they came up with some ideas to confront
Holden first had a conversation with Mr. Spencer in chapter 2. Mr. Spencer is Holden’s history teacher at Pencey Prep. Holden says that Mr. Spencer is not very wealthy because they do not have a maid and that they have to open the door themselves. This is different than Mr. Antolini because Mr. Antolini is wealthy and Holden describes this in chapter 24. Mr. Spencer is the only teacher and Pencey Prep that cares that Holden was expelled.
In school, John doesn 't care about of his grades and usually does not do his homework. He does pranks such as setting off pocket-sized bombs in the bathroom to gain attention to himself. He could care less about what he is learning at school. The first few sentences of the book are, “I used to really hate school when I first started at Franklin High. I hated it so much the first year they called me the Bathroom Bomber.