Being on time is a way of showing respect to others. If you do not show respect to others; then, do not expect to get respect in return. Although I have never been punctual in my life previously, I try to master the art of punctuality because I understand its importance now. Nowadays, I always try to be on time for my classes in university. Being punctual in class has affected my life in a variety of ways.
I never do a great drop on assignments when I do them at the last minute because I am rushed and don 't take my time. Procrastinating also causes a lot of stress as well. I need to discipline myself to delay gratification and get my work done before everything else so that I do a good job on my assignments, and so I 'm not rushed and stressed out because I 'm trying to get it all done at the last minute. Staying focused and attentive in class, I have trouble staying focused and attentive in class. I need to take in what he has to say so that I understand how to do the work.
Everyone says that it’s so hard, or so much work, but if you stay on task and pay attention in class it’s not that bad. I was one person to struggle in middle school grade wise, but since I was told that high school would be so much harder, I’ve paid a lot more attention in class and done all my work. Another thing I would tell the current eight graders, is that you don’t need friends to get through high school. It’s understandable if you want to have friends so you’re not lonely all the way through high school, but you don’t need them and its better if you don’t have them so it’s easier to pay attention in classes and get more work done
Is homework worth it? Is it worth the stress and anxiety most students have to feel accomplished? No, no it’s not. Students have lives outside of their school day and most of that life is being flooded by homework. Sports, friends, and other non-stressful activities are things that students look forward to, not academics.
Perhaps they will experiment and use the technology, although the traditional classrooms have many advantages, students and teachers would benefit from a flipped classroom, considering, the class would not be focused around the teacher. When the class is fixed around the teacher, the teacher tells the students specifically what to learn, how and when to learn it, what assignments to complete, and to show that they have learned. This way of teaching is useful, yet it causes students to be easily confused, frustrated, and wanting to give up, especially when trying to do homework at home with nobody to help if needed. Students shouldn’t
For instance, Hays (n.d.) students not taking responsibility for them and student does not think that it is important to be in class on time. Also, some of the students’ alibis are unacceptable as well as they are all just the same. This study lends to support about student tardiness and their academic performance. Student Punctuality In today’s generation, students just take for granted their education. There are a lot of reasons why students tend to just choose to be absent in class than to be present.
This is why I choose to do most of my work outside of the classroom. With that being said, I understand the reasons for attendence and have the outmost respect for the rules. But as a personal note, I find that some courses can sometimes be less beneficial from being in the class because the professor might have an accent or an argument that confuses me more times than not. Another way I have improved my grades is by utilizing the members at the tutoring center. The goals that I have made for myself throughout the rest of the semester are to utilize my time better as well as to study for my tests and taking care of my priorities first hand.
Getting in trouble over something that I could so easily have done made me feel the need to work twice as hard to remember to finish and turn in all of my homework on time. I’m usually also pretty good at school work, but by losing and/or never turning it in I could’ve run the risk of being held back because it may have seemed like I wasn’t understanding the classes when I actually was. That brings up another reason I need to become more organized, my mom would have been extremely mad if I’d been held back because I wasn’t turning in my homework, and that was probably much scarier to me at the time then actually being held back. The second group that helped influence this trait is very directly related to the influence that my school had on me, my peers. Most of my close friends I had all through school were very good right away at getting
Perhaps they will experiment and use the technology, although the traditional classrooms have many advantages, students and teachers would benefit from a flipped classroom, because the class would not be centered around the teacher. When the class is centered around the teacher, the teacher tells the students precisely what to learn, the time frame to learn it, how to learn it, what assignments to complete to learn it, and to demonstrate that they have learned it. This way of teaching is affective, yet it causes students to be easily confused, frustrated, wanting to give up, especially when trying to do homework at home with nobody to help if needed. Students shouldn’t be expected to have conquered a subject after only one day in lecture. Fortuitously, changing the traditional classroom to a flipped classroom would fix this problem.
I disagree with this argument because the mandatory activity would mess up more things than it fixed. The principle has had multiple great ideas in the past but, this is not one of them. He believes that this would be a great idea for the school. However, we think that this is a bad idea because it gets in the way of things such as, family responsibilities, other extracurricular activities that students may already have, and time for other things outside of school.