The world needs innovative thinkers who are risk takers. According to Ben Wielder, “... the social pressure for students to pursue ‘lower-risk trajectories’ in their career choices will lead to less innovation in the future” (Wielder). This cannot be true for college provides many risk factors; unemployment, student loans, and debt. Obtaining a degree results in an ability to focus and become flexible in a changing world. From the words of Michael Roth, these qualities “...make for intelligent, and sometimes courageous risk taking for critical assessment of those risks” (Roth).
It gives a better understanding not just in English ll but in your other classes as well. Every student should take time to understand what the syllabus is all about and how it could change your behavior and or study skills. Therefore I believe that the syllabus and it 's great way of showing what it 's worth can improve on many students on following
Textbook readings and blogs were educational and helped us learn different teaching ways and taught us how to look deeper in readings. The read aloud logs were a fun assignment to do because we got to listen to the story instead of having to read it yourself. These assignments showed me how it is easier to
Homework is a necessary aspect for students learning abilities. It helps students prepare and understand what they need to become more intellectual. It also provides knowledge and the more knowledge a person acquires the better because, as stated in the article “Knowledge is the Key to Success,” the more a person knows the easier it is for them to handle whatever problems life throws their way (“Knowledge is the”). Homework brings academic achievement and shows the value or knowledge between students. The more knowledge a person acquires the more opportunities and doors will open.
Some situations should be anticipated which may be perceived as compromising the research and fiduciary integrity. 9. Over dependence on a particular company for research funding should be avoided which indeed may result in stoppage of the interference of the company (either formally or informally) in influencing the direction of the research or dissemination of the results. There are number of sources of academic conflict of interest which must be addressed so that we can avoid undermining the credibility of our scientific research and we can also ensure that the highest standards of ethical conduct of research are sustained. CONCLUSION It will be a great challenge to come up with new strategies to minimize, manage, or eliminate the conflict of interest.
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In second language learning, using visual aids is a necessity teaching strategy in both English as Second Language (ESL) classroom and English as Foreign Language (EFL) classroom (Allen, Kate & Marquez, 2011). They believed that using visual aids in the process of teaching a foreign language can strengthen what learners have learned and increase their interest. In their article, they proposed the positive impact of using visuals and they concluded that teachers should become aware of the strategies in which they can use visual aids and use them purposefully in the classroom to enhance students’ learning. Visual aids can be defined as using objects, drawings, charts, photographs, videos, multimedia presentation, etc. in the classroom.
As Grant-Davie stated “situations do not exist without rhetors, and that rhetors create rather than discover rhetorical situations” (265). Meaning that the audience, the rhetors, helped me decided on creating a scrapbook, which is a creative, fun way to do research. It makes it much more interesting for not only the students but the teachers as well to discover how important it is to research. Also, it is a technique to help improve both audiences with their craft. The modes of communication that I will be using will be visual, linguistic, and audio mainly.
In school, students choose to work on technology-based projects during the fun or lunch period. Teachers also emphasize the benefits of technology to a greater extent for student advancement. Compared to traditional classes and its emphasis on verbal knowledge and multi-choice tests, technology provides a different set of challenges and ways to show students what they receive. As mentioned, one of the technology-related effects emphasized by many teachers are increasing students ' self-esteem. After gaining the skills in the technology-based tasks, they also have the ability to feel, and their awareness of the value attached to the technology-based tasks in our culture have led to an increase in students ' self-esteem.
The readers are considered the authority because they have the resources to research the topics covered in any popular science text and can have open discussions with the writers (Cooter & Pumfrey, 1994). Hence, students easily absorb this information as they feel it is more engaging than textbooks (Creech & Hale, 2006). The information that these students absorb also allow them to gain an understanding of the larger picture on scientific literacy. The connections that these popular science texts make with the real world allow students to observe and learn. Grant and Lapp (2011) advocate that this will lead the students to make relations of their own, cementing the idea of scientific literacy in their