You should take it seriously like I did. To bad the counselor didn 't. Ask to do a job, and doing it was what happen when we had a sup in the class. I went to do it and the certain student decided they wanted to do it themselves. So when I did it, they pinched me.
College is a point in your life that no one can prepare you for, it is just a portion of life that you have to experience for yourself. In my college career, I believed that English was the subject that I did not need to worry about because of my advanced background of English and even taking two AP classes and subsequent test for the subject. Unfortunately, when attending college you realized there are people who have the same background as you and some even better, but what tends to be the difference is the writing of each student. Writing is not something that can be learned in the same context in teaching an AP class and this was the first lesson I learned in my first-year composition. The name itself, F2F (Face-to-Face) Studio stood out on my schedule, but I did not think anything of it because it qualified as English and that was fine with me.
She had to go through hardships like Eva but not as much as Eva, a hardship is friends dying in front of her. First off, she didn’t have it as bad as Eva did, but they were in the same situation as Eva was in school. Second, at the begging of school Sindy was neck and neck with Eva but they got to know each other and they became good friends. Now about the English class, Sindy didn’t really mind the class, from what I saw, because she was not paying attention to the teacher she was talking with friends. After the teacher could gain control of the class she started to more attention to what the teacher was saying.
Nakamura doesn 't despise school. Well, not the learning aspect of school - she wasn 't bothered by that - no, she was bothered by the people in the school. They created some of her worst memories that have shaped her into the person she is today. It was at school she realized how cruel people can be, it was where she learned that she was all by herself. The people in the school was enough of a reason to make her dread going to school everyday - and that 's kind of sad to say- but it was true.
These are the students who are teaching the others (in the preceding paragraph) and they feel frustrated because they aren 't learning much. They would prefer to spend time learning new material rather than explaining or listening to what they already understand, know, or could easily figure out. They only started finding the class interesting when they they were introduced to Trigonometry. The material presented in class feels like review to them. They are pleased when they get more challenging problems from the teacher.
She also thought that she might add to the letter what “some students” were doing to her everyday so she did. The principal took this very strongly and quite personally, so he agreed and he made sure that all students were to be graded on their conduct. Never again did they bother my sister again in school. Mr. Principal, it is very sad to think that there are people in this very school that are treating other kids like they treated my sister.
This resulted in my acquisition of methods and approaches I would like to maintain with my students. To start off, a teacher is not defined by being a person that keeps control of a classroom and recites information. A teacher is a friend, a parental figure, a role model, a confidant and a good listener just as much as he or she is a good speaker. The teachers observed would simply ask a question relating to the students’ opinions or lives and based on these answers they would introduce or explain any concept or linguistic feature. Students are egocentric by nature and relate new ideas to themselves.
The society is turning no one into the guilty party but instead having everyone need to do something to solve their crisis. The character Aunt Lydia can been seen as struggling with this theme. She believes that by influencing her students she will be able to keep them innocent and away from evil (Novels for Students). The theme of identity in the novel is seen everywhere as this is something that almost everyone has gotten taken from them. Everyone has been reassigned names, no one is seen by their real name.
While the two girls discussed the way that Miss Scatcherd treated Helen, Jane brought up another teacher that Helen has to learn from. This teacher, Miss Temple, had a way of teaching that always kept Helen interested and, unlike Miss Scatcherd, held her attention for long periods of time. The appreciation that Helen has for Miss Temple can be felt with this line,“Miss Temple is full of goodness; it pains her to be sever to anyone, even the worst in the school…”(1034). This quote demonstrates that Miss Temple’s teaching strategy has a much better effect on Helen than Miss Scatcherd’s method has. While Helen kind of disses herself right after this quote, Brett Harrison agrees that it is a cute scene in his essay, The Real ‘Miss Temple’,“In this self-deprecating manner Helen Burns underlines the virtues of Miss Temple…”.
Being unpolite is a practice that can benefit people who are usually taken for granted. First, I look at teachers, those I consider the main group who in general can benefit from being unpolite. Throughout school, they were the prime example of how even the slightest amount of politeness can lead to your kindness being taken as a weakness. I personally witness teachers struggling to gain control of their classes because students found them too lenient but I also witness students having panic attacks because their teachers were strict. The students would constantly test teachers to see how much they could get away with and once they figure out the teacher’s tolerance the reputation memo spread throughout the school.
A big memory was me not being able to shut my mouth in my english class. The teacher was Mrs. Peterson, and I had a bunch of my good friends in the class. After the first day, I could tell this was not going to be a good class. First off, like I said, I could not keep my mouth shut. I would always be trying to talk to Zach, Dylan, or basically anyone.