Also, Atticus decides to defend a Negro which taught them about the division in their community and to follow what they believe is right. These lessons allow the children to fathom about the concepts of morals throughout the book. Comparatively, Alicia from The House on Mango Street is considered one of the most influential people in Esperanza’s life. Most of Esperanza’s friends such Sally and Marin, want to marry someone to have a better living for the rest of their lives. The presence of Alicia, a smart and hardworking first year university student who wants to attain a better life with her own hands without relying on anyone else, really inspires Esperanza to be an independent woman.
College as a whole can be an obstacle or just parts of it. For Linda, it was the first time she had to work hard at getting high grades, which according to her “was a good thing because that is what is required in the real world.” It taught her how to take on challenges and responsibility for the things she wanted in life. The biggest obstacles in her studies were those classes that required drawings and three-dimensional draft plans. According to my mom, in a hindsight, the most important lesson she took out of this experience was not about flying, but about seeing assignments through. To students who want to follow their dreams, my mom recommends that they consult with their parents and listen to their concerns.
Elona Kalaja Professor Eleni Saltourides ENG 101 Critical Analysis Paper February 21, 2018 Flunking vs Students In the article, “In Praise of the F Word” Mary Sherry argues that flunking students is a method that has been effective in the past and is still effective todays day, and anyone needs to see is as a positive teaching tool. Sherry indicates that flunking students is a method that motivates students to study more and to be more responsible for what is their responsibility. Students challenge is not to get an A or B, but to succeed or to fail. Being in front of this challenge students try to work harder in order to succeed. In the article, Sherry uses pieces of evidence from her personal experience and examples to support her thesis.
The daycare program teachers teach teen parents the responsibility of being a responsible parent. The program doesn't just teach teenage parents, but it also teaches other students in the school about the responsibility of being a parent. With the daycare program, more teenage parents are graduating every year. The Chief program officer, Bill Albert, for the National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy, said "It is the right thing to do to take care of these women, to help them succeed, to help them get the best education we can. We have to be equally as strong in sending a message of preventing future teen pregnancy, about how raising children and having children is an adult
She had used this so people could donate their money to help build the schools that kids need. She had also written the book, “I Am Malala.” This could of helped people learn about her cause, so it is almost like “advertising” it. All of these, teen activists show their hard work through the resources that are available to them. In conclusion, to be a teen activist, you are going to have to work really hard. You have to raise awareness for their cause, they would have to find time, and they have to find and utilize resources.YOU COULD BE THE NEXT BIG ENVIRONMENTAL
Middle school is a very different time, a time to start discovering yourself. Many people figure out what makes them truly happy, or what they want to do with their life during this time. It’s also the road to high school, the last stop of your standard American education. As a middle school graduate, I’ve dealt with all the ups and downs, all the A+’s and the C-’s, all the old and new friends, and all the choosing of classes. Electives are the time to have something you enjoy in school, to pick what makes you happy, but also what will help you later.
She motivates herself on a daily bases and pushed through on tough days knowing it’ll be with it in the future. Although her career is still underside she has many interests in life and wants to go into college to find a career that will properly support her and her family in the far future. She dreams of being independent and fears not knowing what the future holds. Her only commitment as of now is to master all her classes and reach her goals. She wants to form a family and have a successful career that makes herself proud of all that she has struggle and accomplished.
As a future educator, she wants to be able to learn everything she can to be equipped with how to help her future students. This will help her, as well as her students to succeed in the classroom. As a Liberal Studies major with an emphasis in History the author has learned how to teach both in a curriculum that integrates both subjects and how creating a lesson plan can help students understand what multiculturalism is. One thing that she feels was not taught during her time at CSUMB, is how to take on difficult situations in the classroom with different
In high school, my goals consisted of making the dance team, joining a foreign language club, excelling in JROTC, and having fun. My goals as a soon to be high school graduate consist of two major corresponding things: Attending college in order to access a degree in Elementary Education, and getting my certification to teach Special Education so that I can help those who have bigger problems than simply not having enough money. I’ve learned that helping those who have worse circumstances than yourself is one of the best feelings that a person can have. Dr. Suess explained, “You’re on your own. And you know what you know.
Ever since I was eight years old, I knew that I wanted to teach. It wasn’t until high school however that I decided to pursue my dream of becoming a teacher into the special education career field. I discovered that I want to help people who have struggles academically and socially. By becoming a special education teacher, I hope to help build the student’s self esteem and realize their worth. My personal and educational goal is making a difference in the children with special needs by providing them with more educational and work opportunities, and simply making them be happy.