As I’ve gotten older my choice of books has changed alot, a different genre for each of my phases. Today the books that always manage to get my attention are usually the books based on true events. My earliest memory of being read to isn’t necessarily being read to by my parents but being read to by teachers. Both my parents were always working, so they never had time to read to me. I didn’t have any older siblings to help me so when I started school, it was the first time I was exposed to reading.
I try to be as realistic as possible in most situations, I know college is not going to be easy especially with the major that chose me. But after my visits to Lindenwood I understand all the ways that help is accessible to me. And since my failure in Algebra 2 the year prior I’ve gained new ways to make it fool proof that I remember to do my work. With the help of calendars, alarms on my phone, and writing and recording notes as the professor speaks I feel that I am prepared to succeed at college. With these tools I fully plan on surpassing others in my pursuit of higher education.
Everyone grows up learning how to read, it’s a natural habit. Nevertheless, not everyone grows up to love reading. Fortunately for myself, my love for reading only continued to grow older I grew. It all began when my parents and grandparents would read to us on long car rides, or at bedtime. Polar Bear, Polar Bear, What Do You Hear, had become one of my favorite bedtime stories when my grandmother read it to me, as a toddler.
Reading. There was no other word in the world that I hated more. As a child being forced to read in school or at home, my hatred for it only grew stronger. However, all it took was one class to change that. As a young reader and writer, there are many milestones to be crossed in order to evolve within literacy, and for me personally, the most impactful milestone to be obtained was discovering my passion of reading novels, particularly in the time of my later elementary school years.
This quote reflects one of the important ideas that I have learned in this class. In the past, I typically thought of happiness as only an emotion. I never thought of how essential happiness would be to live an excellent life, let alone my health. However, as I continued to attend this class, I realized how important happiness was. I am sure plenty of you all have felt this, having to wake up early in the morning to trek to school to at 7:00 AM for a seemingly useless class.
Reading and writing was one of my favorite activities to do as a kid, and it still is. Ever since I learned to read, I began to write short stories. Oh, how rude of me! I forgot to introduce myself. Hello Mr.Rase, my name’s Elena Serafimovski and I’m a writer in my junior year of high school.
College is full of experience and to get that experience students need to get involved in campus and use all the resources that their campus offer. For my first semester at university I learned lots of information that helped me go through my first semester and I will keep using this resources until I graduate. and these resources are not just for school but also for my personal life. The first thing I have learned in college is how to manage my time and it's important to know that skill so that I would not waste time doing nothing and get schoolwork done and it won’t make me stressful because I have many assignment and project to do. and to always get done with my priority first which is my school work.
I already had a strict plan and knew exactly what I had to do. My plan still lives up today and have not changed a bit. It has also caused several distractions which kept me from continuing, but I manage to find a way back. My plan was to study 2 years Media and Communication in High School. This was my only opportunity to have more acting experience, since we produced short films, and I had the chance to star in it.
In 1995, Va purchased our home in Santa Clara. It has been the home that I have grown up in and the place that I still call home today. In my household my Va provides a roof over our head and in return she expects everyone to be responsible for their own financial needs. From a very young age my Va has showed me that anything in life is possible. I knew that balancing work and being a full time college student was going to have many challenges but I was able to manage my time in way that made both possible, following in my Va’s
His strongest subject in school was History, and his most challenging subject was English.When Ethan attended school a typical day for him started with getting up, getting dressed, and putting on his orthotics. Dianna says “ getting around school was a big challenge.” But teachers just gave him a little extra time and that really helped him out. He was able to call Dianna anytime if he had any problems with his braces or anything with class. Dianna adds I wanted him to be just like any other kid. I wanted him to attend all the classes, and I did not want him to have to be put in a room all day long.
Mr. Curry, It was an absolute pleasure meeting with you yesterday to discuss admission into the Kinkaid School for the next school year. It was great to hear a little bit more about Kinkaid 's focus, learn about the school’s rich legacy, and it’s mission to educate students holistically. Thank you for taking the time out of your schedule to discuss with me how my academic strengths, educational pursuits, and commitment to leadership and service can be valuable assets when paired with the Kinkaid School. I know that The Kinkaid experience can never be compared or duplicated, so once again, thanks for allowing me to be apart of your school day. I hope to hear from you soon!
Shadows of doubt, chains of restriction and the light as it deems at dusk are around us each and every day; the mind and soul without hope, love and promise can easily be enslaved to a life of routine. Each student regardless of race, creed or religious belief can attain the desired goals with the proper set skills provided by many colleges throughout our land. With great care and thought I chose Concordia College for the simple facts that the school itself resembled my High School - small, warm and waiting with open arms to aid in the process of education. At my initial visit and on my way home I told my parents “Concordia is like St. Peters only I get to sleep there. “ With each passing day I become more comfortable with my surroundings and