I believe that my academic strength is my work ethic along with my time management skills. Being a successful student and getting good grades requires a strong work ethic along with focus and perseverance. In high school many students believe that if you just complete an assignment then that is enough. However, I know that that is not the case. I make sure that I do all the homework that is assigned to me, even extra.
I should do my work as early as I can instead of holding it off till the last day. The earlier I finish my work, the earlier I can stop worrying about it. I can be doing other activities, such as reading. When I finish my work early, I don’t have to do it over the weekend. Obviously, I need to improve some skills for eighth grade.
I learned even though it is a technical world and everything is electronically geared, I still need to handwrite things. If you look at my desk right now, you would see 4 different post it 's. A memo pad with a to do list and my monthly goals list for BNC. It may seem like chaos to an average eye but to me, my system works. Find Your System It is a little difficult to try and find what organization tools work best for you.
Organized people are not born organized. They learned to cultivate healthy habits which helped them to stay organized. Eventually, reading this book will help you grasps tips to start being organized. It will prepare you to the big step. We all know that being organized and managing chaos and stress can be tough.
To be an honors student takes a lot of hard work. There are many factors that go into being a successful student. I believe that you must be determined, organized, and disciplined. These three qualities are the key to succeeding in your goals because I have used them all throughout my high school career, and plan to use them in college. Determination is the quality that makes you keep on trying, and to never give up, even if things get difficult.
Most people don’t like doing homework. If you don’t have the same classes everyday you get double the amount of time finish projects, studying for a test, and of course doing homework. You could also plan something out if you had and after school activity that makes it hard to do your homework. One way is you could do your homework on the day it was given. Another way is to save all of your homework for one day and do the activity on the other.
When you walk in the classroom, the instructor will ask you to have your notes out from the last time you were in the classroom. Instructors will guide you on how to organize thing but the rest of it is that are you willing to do your part in the classroom and outside of the classroom. As a person trying to be an organized, you can not expect miracles to happen overnight. If you become organized throughout the entire semester, it will help you for other courses that you may need to take in the future. Emma Kendrick says”Organization is a big factor when you have to turn in assignments on time because instructor do not accept late work.
Well, you decided to start now so that you won't have to stress so much later. You have to work on it to finish it. You're not just going to be sitting there expecting the project to be done when you did nothing. You have to do it. Another example is your mom or dad telling you to do your chores, homework, etc.
My Writing Experience I have never been good writing, I was never really exposed to it until my tenth grade year in high school. It was my first year at Clinton High school, August 17, 2013, I had the hardest english teacher in my grade. I already had imagined how that year was going to go. Looking back at it now it was not as bad I thought it would be I learned a lot from that class.
Writing is a vital part of everyday life for most people, especially for college students. With writing comes a process. My writing process is my personal experience of what works for you when writing. Writing is unique to each person; everyone doesn’t use the same writing process or have the same writing skills. There aren’t any specific order or steps for a writing papers, but rather what works best for you to get the job done. My writing process consists of pre-writing/ideas, first draft, second draft/revising, editing/proofreading, and finally my final draft.
Do you know the importance of having a hierarchy structure within any given work space? Without structure there would be no clear line of communication between workers. Having a structure in a workplace establishes communication skills, defuses conflicts, and also provides awareness of leaders who are in charge of you.
My writing process is what some might say is the least conventional and probably not the best, but I enjoy the way I write. I write the same way people brainstorm, the same way someone talks without revising in there head. I take the topic given and I think of a few ideas I could go with. Once I believe I have the idea I will go with, I open word on my lap top and begin writing. I first write the base of my paper getting the idea down and all of my thoughts. Then on to the introduction and the conclusion, after all of that I revise and review what I wrote to make all of it make sense. Taking my jumbled decoded idea to something everyone can understand.
I can consider my professional development experience in two parts: Before I became a teacher and after I became a teacher. During my teacher education at university I used to imagine myself as the teacher of that lesson and I used to try to draw some tips for my future job. I observed my teachers’ way of teaching, their rapport with students and their reactions. I always commented on why or why not they behave in that specific way and search for examples to be applied in my future job as a teacher. I believe that these observations provided me with some valuable and conclusive clues for my job. For example, one of my English literature teachers at university was the most outstanding example for me to be considered as an effective teacher.
Being a teacher is a journey that has much to do with learning about yourself and being aware that what happens in your classroom reflects only on how are you with yourself. Teachers are not conscious that they project into students, and that affects how things go in the classroom.