The fact alone that he had a dislike for books does not constitute that he would be greater at teaching them. His overall experience with literature and his unconventional way of coming to love literature is what makes him have an advantage as a teacher. Not all students learn the same way. There are those that need a more hands on approach, where as some that can learn by simply listening to the teachers lectures. The ability to put yourself in the shoes of that child and figure out a different way to teach them is a major advantage.
The author, in this case, tries to communicate that it is not possible to have a conversation about analysis or rather critical analysis with the majority students without having to incorporate aspects of their cultural expectations. I agree with the writer in the sense that critical thinking has active components and as such, it is important to establish the cultural expectations for better understanding. The author rightly points out that critical analysis is not merely a writing technique, but it involves many cultural undertones. It implies a relationship, a tone, and texts that are learned both consciously and unconsciously. It is a particularly complicated for someone brought up in a different cultural setting to understand the tone, and style of critical analysis that is found conventional.
This shows Jack’s personality. He says that the English are best at everything this shows that he is arrogant, that he thinks he’s the best. This also shows that in the beginning, Jack did want there to be rules to govern them. This Quote is said by Piggy. He says that there is no beast of anything to be afraid of unless they are afraid of people.
Though I believe that books contain important topics that can spark discussions of values in classrooms, I agree with Prose that teachers shouldn’t use books as a way to explicitly teach students outside values. I believe that in doing this, teachers are distracting students from the writing’s content and structure. Teachers should teach literature for what it is, not for what values they can loosely connect to it. When I was a freshman in high school, we read The Catcher in the Rye by J. D. Salinger. The book centered around a mentally unstable, socially isolated teen named Holden Caulfield.
Some books do have profanity in them which children really should not read. That can be easily fixed by taking out those parts, but leaving in the negative and real world parts so children can learn about the real world early in life and they will learn the difference between good and bad actions. Books should not be banned; banned books can have an important lesson for kids to learn for the life they have ahead of them. Some people believe books should be banned from society, because some books have profanity. Correspondingly vulgar language is everywhere, children know
I believe that this is important because, now days no one likes to ask questions because they feel that people will judge them. But it’s important to ask questions especially if you don’t understand what the teacher is teaching or what you are reading. I also agree that we need to be curious and learning. I agree with this because I feel that if you are curious about learning then you will learn better and that you will retain what you are learning. This is why I believe that this is important
They just look it through and write what they want to tell not what the essay requires. Frequently, in school, this is enough as the teachers are not concerned with teaching the kids to dig deeper into the theme, but it will never be enough for the college. You need to understand what exactly you need to pay your attention to in the essay, what points to highlight, and even what bulk of language to use, as the subject of the essay may state even that. Thus, change your attitude to the subjects and stop considering them as only the basic guidelines for your thoughts. In fact, this is a roadmap that you need to develop and your main guidelines for creating an effective
Overall, this article can be valued as a credible document for scholars seeking a summary of these two pieces of work. However, the frequent use of summary instead of breaking down the text takes away from Wright 's point of racial oppression and alienation each character faces in the story. This article is recommended to those who are unfamiliar to with these stories in particular from Uncle Tom 's Children. Nonetheless, the author spending an excessive amount of time summarizing the text takes away the value of the article. If a scholar was seeking an article that contains a decent amount of literary analyze this text wouldn 't be beneficial.
It ishard nowing that my writing is not at its strong point, but I am willing to tae any chance that isgiven to me, to strengthen my writing process. With that being said, it is a little obvious that writing is not one of my strong points. I need to enhance my confidence on improving my writing abilities because I believe confidence plays an important role with being able to completeany important tas. +o with me not being confident with my writing abilities I tend to hesitate when it comes to me having to illustrate my thoughts and feelings. !s I write this paper I do feel accomplished by finishing this assignment, but I have not reached the level of confidence I feel I need.
If I was a writing teacher, I would have my students write both fun, creative stories and boring, research papers. I think this would make them more excited about writing but they would also have to learn how to write research papers. I would let them pick their topics of research papers so they don’t have to research topics that they aren’t interested