Last I’m going to study hard for every expected test that I know I’m going to have to take. These are the things that I’m going to do to be successful this school year. The first thing I want to do to be successful this year is be on time and never miss a class. I don’t want to fall behind and I know sometimes I don’t understand the work. I know I used to be lazy in the past but that is beneath me and it’s time to move forward.
Some people in elementary school knew they wanted to be doctors. Classmates of mine in middle school expressed their desires to become teachers. And yet for freshman year me, I had no idea what my future would hold—and I was terrified. I had done decently academically, managed to swim without drowning, and could muster a couple songs on the violin. But in a larger sense, it often felt like I was going through the motions, living another day just to do so.
From the high school band, “The Pink Panther” was a little sketchy in a few spots, especially after the solos. We needed to work on the transitioning of the solos more. After Gracen’s solo, it was really hard for the band to know where we were in the piece. If we had worked the transition more than two times in class, we would have done a little better on the song. Overall, these are inputs that can be put in place for next year to make the band
I don't want to be procrasonating on classwork or projects because that is something that will not always work out for me in the long run. The teachers will remember me but in a negative way because i would always turn in my work late or it would look un I want the most out of my highschool years and to get all the help and benefits that I can while im here. I also want to get as many college credits as i can to help contribute to my college education. I really want to make sure I do an excellent job in my
“The past can hurt but the way I see it you can either run from it or learn from it.” -Rafiki. The following paragraphs are about life-changing events that have happened in my life. They have made who I am right now and today and for the rest of my life. The first thing that impacted my life is coming to middle school. Coming to middle school was scary at first I didn’t think I would be able to get to my classes on time or know where they were.
Choosing a career seems to be a leading problem for most people entering college. University of La Verne, in california, says, “50-70% of students change their majors at least once, most will change majors at least 3 times before they graduate” (University of La Verne). Personally, I am someone who struggles with what I want to study in college; it is hard to choose something to do for the rest of my life when I feel so young. Helping people has always been a big interest of mine, and with both careers of occupational therapy and special education, I think that can be achieved. People with disabilities do not learn things the same way everyday people do, it is important for them to get the help they need in order to maintain a stable, healthy
Throughout high school , I struggled with academic work . It wouldn't be that I didn't want to do the work ; it was just that it became more difficult for me to remember what I learned and put it to use . But for sports it was a different story , I could remember every single play and execute what I learned with ease . But that was high school now I'm in college and everything is ten times harder . Sometimes I wish the class room were as simple as me being on the field knowing what to do .
An issue that could arise is a major adjustment in my study habits. Currently, my study habits may not be disciplined enough to achieve the grades I desire on a college level. Although this awakening might be harsh, it would force me to develop proper habits, preparing me for college two years in advance. Although the preparation that the Ohio State Academy would grant me is a strong reason to attend, the primary reason for my application is its intrinsic value. Although my high school offers a solid catalog of AP or CCP courses, the classes offered do not allow me to further my education in my fields of interest.
Without taking summer courses I will not be able to receive this minor without an extra semester at school or overburdening myself for a few semesters. Learning sign language is very important to me while I am studying to become a teacher. Most likely during my time in the classroom I will have multiple students with hearing disabilities. To help accommodate
In our modern society people are constantly trying to evolve their brains using various methods of development. One method that has gained significance and has begun to be accepted by educators is music as a therapy for stress, performance and individuality. The issue under discussion is whether music as a tool for academic succession should be used in education. There are some students, which cannot comprehend the material of the class within an hour, but if they listen to a song several times they will immediately memorize it and can sing it all, and even remember it for life. Although music was primarily rejected by teachers due to unawareness of the subject, they now opt for it, as the advantages of music as a pedagogical approach start to be apparent.
The college professors outside of freshmen year are way less forgiving than high school teachers. College professors don’t always check your work on blackboard because they have to deal with hundreds of students. When I’m in a class with 100 plus students all of my work is due online because it’s too many people to deal with one on one, so if you have to be on your assignments. In college if you are struggling with the material you have to make the initiative for help, unlike in high school if a teacher sees you struggling you 'll get more one on one attention. To be successful you must go to their office hours because thats when you 'll get your relationship with the professor.
I have attended Laguna Blanca School since the beginning of high school. I faced many challenges that I had not been prepared for, such as managing my time with schoolwork and sports. Freshmen year I struggled to find the time to finish my work, so I had to work in between classes or immediately after class to keep up with other classes. After the semester, I was frustrated and wanted to leave Laguna Blanca to attend a public school, where the workload and academics might be less challenging; however, I decided to stay at Laguna to better prepare myself for college. Being a student at Laguna Blanca has given me many responsibilities, but there is always assistance available.