It makes you wonder who they are talking about. You can’t help but think they 're talking about you. Don’t even get me started about teachers. For me, the thought of making a teacher mad at you or disappointed in you is devastating. I get this feeling of impending doom forming under my feet.
My attention is somewhat divided during those times that I am observing my teachers and classmates. It is because I also tend to listen to the discussion. Who knows that I may be called to answer a question? As I have been given the chance to observe the teachers and their students as an observer, I can completely focus my attention to the holistic classroom setting. I am no longer obliged to listen to the discussion because I am not part of the class anyway.
Then you detect what the magnitude of the situation is…school uniforms. Who would want to see everyone look the same? Uniforms look hideous, plain, and just an overall abominable enforcement in schools. Most students hate wearing them, and from experience, I was one of those students back in high school. School uniforms are overall a horrible enforcement because uniforms restraint one’s individuality, cost a good amount of money, and are despised by most of the student body.
Since the beginning of time it has been tradition, when a student attends class they sit at a desk with an open notebook, a pencil in hand, quickly scribbling words while they listen to the teacher trying to move the lecture along quickly within an hour. For some students, they can’t write fast enough to keep up with the quick lecture, or they need assistance with homework but don’t comprehend. Traditional classrooms have been the only way of teaching for many years, until technology made an appearance. Since technology has become a hit, will teachers continue choosing the traditional classrooms? 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.
Everyone went back to their classroom as the bell rang. Those outside came rushing in the gate as it gets closed, like some bunch of ants fleeing from water. The words that my parents said to me last night were still intact deep in my mind, making me unable to concentrate while reading the book I just bought recently. I had to read a sentence over and over again just to understand what it means. A noisy class like always.
If I'm in class and all I'm doing is listening and writing notes down, it's not going to help me. Homework or class assignments usually help me because I'm having the informations processing in my head as I do them. I know it's surprising to hear a student ask for these but if it’s a way for me to learn, I'm down for it. The classes I've been taking in college have been easier compare to my high school. In high school students would wake up at 6am, have 6 classes back to back with 30 mins lunch break, have work or practice after school then study
Snatch calls from outside and appears onstage after they remove the desks that they put in front of the door. He comes back from Brixton High School. They start exploring some places of the school that were unexplored. After that, Iron has an idea: he says that, so that time passes faster, each one has to give a lesson to everyone. Nipper starts talking about his drunken father, but Iron does not want personal issues to be told in a lesson.
I’m not in the mood to go to the class. Thanked God that I don’t have class for that day. So I just stayed at the faculty. I felt so bored so I went to my critic teacher and asked her if she had works to do like checking of papers, recording, encoding, etc so that I might do it for her. At the same time, I would feel so productive for that day.
As I lifted myself off the ground in total utter embarrassment, unable to compose how mortified I felt that I had just fallen out of my seat, I look up to find the entire class looking forward completely unaware of my misfortunes and Dr. García-Castañón taking attendance in a nonchalant way, also unaware that I just fell to the ground. My misfortunes at the beginning of the class was not the last one I would encounter. Dr. García-Castañón spoke to the class about a reading assignment and some tests that were to come. I did
Students feel that its their right to prioritise activities they need. In some cases students argue that some universities do not allow them to attend internship, workshops and extracurricular activities, which will help them to develop their life skills. Students blame the professors as one of the reasons for not attending the classes, because students feel that professors are making the lectures very boring. In some case students say that professors themselves do not understand the subject and they merely give examples from the books, which is very boring. To students, sitting in such classes is very boring (Chaudhari, 2017).