This signifies a major change in Jakes attitude and relays that he is not happy anymore. His mother instead of trying to understand why immediately starts threatening punishment. It is significant that she did not even try to stop and understand the reasoning behind his actions. This scene is very important because it is a big breaking point for Jake. As a four to five-year-old boy going through a ton of high-class preschool interviews it is excepted Jake will act out.
Along with that, I will engage with my peers and the class more than normal to create a good learning environment for myself and hopefully my peers. If I need help with anything I will not be afraid to ask and I also hope to be able to help others along the way. What do you think are the most important concepts we’ve discussed this first
I struggle at time management, procrastination, reading, and asking others for help. I feel like I do well with proofreading and making sure that I use the correct grammar, along with note taking. I have learned more this semester about writing than my two previous compositions classes. Everything seems to be broken down more, and this has helped me retain the information. My current class seems to be more fun, laid back, and the writing assignments are explained in detail, and I think this has eased some of my fears when it comes to writing.
There was a time when people did the right thing, i.e., they prayed to God for their needs and trusted to his mercy and grace for the future. The Bible commends this, “...but in every thing by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known unto God.” (Philippians 4:6), and, “Praying always with all prayer and supplication in the Spirit, and watching thereunto with all perseverance and supplication for all saints;” (Ephesians 6:18), and, “But my God shall supply all your need according to his riches in glory by Christ Jesus.” (Philippians 4:19) The spirit of foolishness has led many to abandon God, and to rely on man’s efforts for their welfare and wellbeing, as if the past have taught them nothing. That this is something only a fool would do speaks for itself. 1. Man, by his best efforts, have not been able to make a drop of rain fall.
To learn what I want to in this class, I will have to do all of my work to my best abilities. I will ask as many questions as I can if I don’t understand what we are learning. If I ask questions to the teacher, their role should be to explain it well to what I have a questions on. Also to check on me every once and awhile to make sure I am doing the right thing. After reading through this again, I hope to learn all of the things I have problems with.
TABLE OF CONTENTS How do I learn? How does my learning impact my growth? 3 Who am I? Who are the others with whom I interact? 4 What kind of a person am I?
15 Then I said to myself, ‘The fate of the fool will overtake me also. What then do I gain by being wise?’ I said to myself, ‘This too is meaningless.’ 16 For the wise, like the fool, will not be long remembered; the days have already come when both have been forgotten. Like the fool, the wise too must die!’’ So to Solomon, it seems as if wisdom is futile because owning it does not lead to what man most desires: eternal life. But despite this
We don’t necessarily think of what we fear unless it is brought up or we see what we fear. Fear can’t hurt us physically, only emotionally. Fear can take over our minds to the point of we no longer know what is real and what is not, what to believe or not to
How have I improved as a writer? I am thinking about my action plan as a writer have I improved, have I met the goals I set out to achieve on my first day of class, and what have I learned in this class? I will go over my time in this class and review the various topics I mentioned above and more. Looking back over my time in this class I will critique and praise myself. How I felt about writing when I first started this class compared to how I feel now, I would have to say I am more comfortable with writing.