“Having homework helps us do better in class” (13). Homework club helps the kids finish the work they got at school. He interviewed the kids and asked them how they felt to get all this information. Longer school days will help Anaheim High School students actually do their work because of all the help they will be getting.
First, students should be prepared for any reading by their professors giving them a brief summary of what they are going to be reading throughout the course. “Good teachers should prepare their students in the course of regular learning”. I do believe that it is the job of a professor to prepare the students for their learning outcomes, so they could be successful with their future English classes. In my opinion, teachers should include trigger warnings on their syllabus. For example, Professor McKenzie explained at the beginning of the course about the traumatic events from the reading, “Seductive Poison”, so her students would not be surprised.
Now on, For example, the science teachers have enough time to run labs, have the students write the lab reports, and clean up the labs in one class period,” she says. Also, “In English class students can write a rough draft, revise, and write a final draft of essays in one or two days instead of taking a week. Next, because you have to do homework getting the extra day of so the student’s saying they should have four day school week are actually right because it is actually better because they have a extra homework day so they don 't fall behind in their work cause if they
Chapter Five-The Quiet Man (76-89) As I was reading this I was thinking that it was written just for me. In the past I was the kind of person that had something to say about everything. I am working on this and reading this chapter made the point even clearer to me. Teacher or anybody for that matter need to listen more and talk less. When we as teachers start getting frustrated we should stop and think about the frustrations the students are going through and make those teachable moments.
Coming to school later than we already do could help society in so many ways. You have the students that wake up, go to school for 10 hours, go to practice for 3 hours, then stay up doing homework and projects for 2 or more hours. You have teachers that teach, stay after school, go home, grade lessons, make more lessons for tomorrow, etc. With a schedule like that, lots of rest is extremely important. Going to school a little later could be the key to that extra rest.
If it’s hard to perform daily tasks without sleep think of how hard it would be a student and keep up grades in high school without sleep. Which is why high school should start an hour later. “Later start times also generally correspond to improved attendance, less tardiness, less falling asleep in class, better grades...,” (School Start Times, Sleep, Behavioral, Health, and Academic Outcomes: A Review of the Literature). Grades are very important in a students life, grades affect what college a student will get into and future jobs. There’s a simple solution, just make high school start an hour later.
Pupil like school accept teacher because they think that teacher play strict, disciplinary role, instructor role. The pupil point of view of the pleasant teacher is that to find out what teacher want, hide what displease the teacher and balance the need to please teacher. The pupil something feel about please teacher is that “they have to do rather something they want to
I tried to express to my peers how the teacher should have handled the situation differently by communicating with the teacher how to fix their teaching style in order to help the student be more successful. I stated in the post, “The teacher in this situation should have worked with you to help correct the communication barrier. Like you mentioned at the end of your post, you wanted to learn how to work with him. This type of situation could have presented itself again in the future, and it would have been helpful to know what things you could have tried." I responded to the millennial post where I stated that I belong to the millennial generation.
In the essay “In Praise of the “F” Word” by Mary Sherry, Mary is determined to get students to learn and confident that they can, if they are motivated. Mary states that “before a teacher can expect students to concentrate, he has to get their attention no matter what distractions maybe at hand” (Sherry 488). Students may have things going on in their lives that can keep them from being focused on learning or don’t really think it is important. Teachers along with their parents have to make it a priority to get them interested and learn the material, if they can’t they will only set them up for failure later in life. Mary indicates “This policy has worked in the past and can work again” (Sherry 489).
Adult learners are mostly motivated to work hard as they believe education is applicable and will help them succeed in life. The third principle is dialogue wherby the adult learner expects two-way communication, the adult learner would want to ask the educator when he or she does not understand something; and expects to get feedback in return. Finally problem-solving, here the adult educator should learn to observe their learners and try to figure out where there is a problem. Sometimes adult learners want help but are unable to ask for it, they offen have personal problems and would want to be taught how to come up with a solution; in most cases they use what they learn in the classroom to associate with what is happening around them