We had a Kanji test every day. In the evening, I talked with Proud and Ki about Thai school and what happened in my class. I determined to study British Council program in grade 12 and I missed you and my friends very
1 Alan varghese INRW April, 12, 2017 Social media Social media is a very important thing in our day to day life, we literally use it every day without social media just imagine how the society would be ? but it also weakens out brain to focus on one thing and to complete our task. So is social media actually helpful to our brain or it is just weakening our ability to think? most of the community believes that social media is helping out society to grow and I believe that too. Yes, sure there are some drawbacks to it there is nothing in the world where there is no drawback to anything it is our decisions to get most out of it, social networking provide many researchers to a bigger society allowing them to reach their goal.
After taking the attendance, the lecturer: “Good morning everyone, today we will be finishing the last lecture included in tomorrows’ exam”. “Open your books on page 11 and start reading the story”, the lecturer said. After 5 minutes of reading the lecturer told the students to work in groups, discuss and evaluate the story. After doing so “ Now we are done here. Study and prepare well for the exam tomorrow, as it will not be outside what we have covered in class.
In the advent of social media and personalized technology, advertisers and marketers simply bypassed the traditional media (television, radio and newspaper) and jumped into the fray of social media platforms. As a young adult currently reaping the benefits of technology and the phenomenon known as social media, I am part of a generation constantly bombarded by ads. This is not a new situation as older generation have the same scenario using their favorite traditional media. For my generation, these media are obsolete, if not rarely used. I could bet that most of my generation has little to no contact with these type of media.
To be more precise, “Cyber-Relationship Addiction is an addiction to social networking, chat rooms, texting, and messaging to the point where virtual, online friends become more important than real-life relationships with family and friends.” (Helpguide.org). As the matter of fact, the internet is an unlimited source of information and entertainments, the quickest access to any part of the world. It is really unseparated part of your life being till it becomes your silent enemy. Such terms as “healthy” internet and “unhealthy” internet depends on the way of its usage. “Healthy” internet means the moderate usage of the internet for succeeding some tasks.
I don't normally get home until 9:00 at night and that gives me a little time to be able to do my homework and still eat and I have that schedule from Monday Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday and on Saturdays I have it for 4 hours I worked there my school struggles with my ADHD and my out of school struggles to and by that 4 years I got A's and B's and that's it on my report card but this year I've been going above and beyond and I have been a straight-A student all year long I'm proud of myself for doing this and being able to work through my struggles. I have volunteered for years and I'm going to 4 years to come. I have helped clean up the environment every year and I I do the project clean stream I go all out every year my friends and I. Back last year by ourselves over 10 bags of Stuff Plus Rusty poles that we found in our Woods. I've cleaned up my neighborhood and my town 4 years and I feel great about it I feel like I'm making a difference in our environment.
The existence of this effortless interaction and connectivity, the people have begun to wander away into the virtual world. It has initiated the lack of interaction in real life. The ease of finding someone with overlapping interests and interacting with them is no big deal in such virtual communities whereas doing the same task in real time is comparatively highly difficult. The social media websites have become a platform for the people to share their interests and experiences with each other. (Facebook users worldwide 2016) Meeting someone in real life requires some real effort.
Argumentative essay: Ban on homework? I 'm heading home on a typical wednesday, pretty worn out from a long day at school and a challenging practice. Its five thirty, and just as I settle down with a warm drink and intent for relaxation, an urging alarm triggers in my brain. Homework! Each day, beginning around six am, looks roughly the same for all students attending school.
No more Facebook Gone are the days when getting a like and getting a notification added charm to the life. It’s a whole new different story now. It has lost his sheen of being the most addictive platform. It lacks on the engagement score. Sponsored ads have taken over the personal posts.
After talking to her, I pondered over whether I should move to another table or not for a month. During this month, my new friend was always next to me, making me feel better and understanding me. Eventually, I made my ultimate decision that I would move tables on the following Wednesday at school. Now that I think of it, I find myself laughing that I had been so concerned about sitting in a different table during lunch. But this incident wasn’t about me just simply sitting in a different table.