This give him a push in study and could work more efficient. Yu had also mention that his dad bring him to tutorial class bring a positive reinforcement in study, as after tutorial class he understand the knowledge. As a result, his academic result improve a lot. Negative reinforcement refer to Increase desired behavior in order to reduce the undesired stimulus. Yu got zero mark in dictation due to his severely degraded hearing ng in S3.
I feel that if it's a normal routine for the young kids and It has no effect on them they should continue to do what they do. Young athletes work very hard because It's something they really want to do but their bodies are not physically there yet. The solution was for them to go to study hall and my other solution was to have light training and the advantages would increase their knowledge for the game and also keep their bodies healthy through the years. the disadvantages are it would cause wear and tear on their young bodies and the development of the player would take longer. All in all the time an athlete trains during the week should be cut down because of how young we are and the coaches and trains should find more effective ways to train us young
My new mantra for life became “Train harder and smarter.” My new mindset allowed me to achieve long-term success while not compromising my health and encouraging self-destructive behavior. The perfectionism and diligence I had developed after years of training translated into my schoolwork. My hard work and attention to detail allowed me to maintain high marks throughout high school; however, it made me obsess over results by putting too much pressure on myself and getting frustrated when my grades were short of my expectations. As a result, I found an efficient way to structure my studying so I could get good grades while enjoying the process of learning and not burning myself out. Figure skating taught me how to recover from failures in my everyday life by not letting them define me and accept that there are no shortcuts to success.
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
From twelve on, the children train for their job and slowly train less and work more until they become fully responsible adults. Finally, Jonas’s world is different from ours because differences are not tolerated. They have a way of dealing with differences called release. This book is an example of a dystopia because it shows an attempt to create a perfect world that has gone wrong. It is meant as a warning, showing us that the things we try to control are actually sometimes the things we most value.
It just takes a little attention and hard working to get to know someone and to trust each other. I learned this lesson during SEW week and it was amazing to see other people’s true colors and their identity being revealed. I also learned that team work is always better and important than individual or independent work, team work helps you finish work earlier and efficiently than independent does and trusting each other helps to build up a strong team. I in addition learned that you can’t get a perfect relationship with some of the kids because you don’t connect with them and put your prideness aside and blend in with them. When I tried talking to one of the girls, they said about their situation at home and how they ended up the place they are today and also about what they do after you graduate high school.
The book The Marshmallow test by Walter Mischel is all about how self-control is the most important thing in society. It really is the engine of success after reading this book. Many people would say a lot of things that are more important to be taught in schools like art and sports, but in my opinion I think how to have self-control is way more important because it teaches kids how to be responsible at a very young age. This book goes into the phycology behind self-control. I was interested in this book for many reasons but the main one is that I had a hard time trying to get stuff done on time because I had no self-control, this book opens eyes.
Since Charlie 's 9th progress report, you can start to spot that he is learning quickly. He doesn 't have much spelling mistakes as he used to and is starting to learn more advanced techniques in writing such as commas. In fact, on Charlie 's progress report, Ms. Kinnan states " Charlie, you 're learning fast." In addition, Ms. Kinnian looked at Charlie in an unusual way. From this, I can imply that Ms. Kinnian is surprised by the rapid growth rate of Charlie 's intelligence and is scared of him.
“Ten Keys to Building Powerful Listening Skills” I believe I avoid interrupting while someone else is speaking. I can’t, say that I have always, had this skill, but it has become valuable, and resourceful. As the book states, not only is it impolite, to interrupt, but you also, miss what the speaker or your boss, is saying when you interrupt. When my children started school, and I returned to work, I would try to finish my boss’ sentences. I thought, I knew, what was on her mind, or what she was going to tell me to do.
I find stoichiometry as a moderate-hard subject matter for me, the reason that I chose it is because I want to improve in chemistry. For me, this is another starting point, it requires you to memorize the atomic masses and such, it’s a practice to sharpen one’s memory. To lessen my incapability, I have to kick it up a notch, double the effort in everything. First thing to maximize is my studying hours. I have realized that when you are bad at something, it only takes willingness and passion for you to excel in it.
I think that it was substantial for him to get a taste of being normal. The first reason that supports my theory is he gets a taste of what smart is. What I mean is that he may of not been quick-witted forever, but he learned a lot. He learned to speak different languages he becomes smarter than Dr.Nemur and Dr. Strauss combined. Charlie found out how to scrutinize, write, prabble, and understand people better than he ever could.