Bill his teacher gives him a lot of book to read and also to write an essay about book so that his writing skills get better. Bill says that Charlie is smarter than all other kids and can handle more work and found that he is a shy student that even he knew the answer he didn’t participate in class and He is an outcast in high school and is trying to find himself. He is very shy when he first meet people, can’t speak focused and when he talks he often drifts from topic to topic quickly. He also loves music and make mix tape. He wanted to become writer someday.
My math journey has been a difficult road, but it has certainly been a journey of growth. I don’t remember much from my younger days, but when I was in kindergarten I was decent at math. I had a teacher that worked with every student, but the downside was that I was only enrolled in a half-day program. I can remember starting to struggle with math in the first grade. We would have timed tests, which stressed me out even at 6 years old.
His progress reports all seemed structured by a second grader, and there were multiple crucial spelling mistakes. Since he was not intelligent as others, his co-workers mocked him. They used his name to offend people. In fact, on page four it says " Ernie for god sake what are you trying to be a Charlie Gordon." However, Charlie had people who complimented him for having the motivation to learn too.
So I’ll push through this struggle to get to the Holy Grail. Showing the inside my mind and the piece that held me back for so long until I found a way to overflow the good over the bad. As a young child going to school I was terrified. School was not my favorite thing in the world it was like going to prison. I wasn’t the smartest cookie in the jar but when I went to school I felt like the students and teachers made me realize even more that I was not so smart.
I shuddered and cringed because that scene brought back memories of my high school days where chalks played a significant source of hardships for me. It was like seeing a typical teen movie as I was reading this part: a weird teacher being ridiculed by naughty kids, crumpled paper flying into someone's head and the popular kid punished. In this aspect the author was good since he was successful in making me picture out the scene vividly; however, it was, in my opinion, not original. There was a section in chapter six that got me confused for a moment: this was when the author was like discussing or commenting on hearing a noise without consciously being aware of it. This part was incongruent with the rest of the chapter and sounded like the author was talking to the reader.
Spongebob tries to get on task however he gets distracted every time he tries to start on his essay and he continues to delay himself with other tasks that are not as important. He finally starts to panic and finally start on his essay and finishes it at the last minute. This episode was in fact called “Procrastination.”So What Is procrastination? Procrastination is something all of us do everyday. I’m not kidding when i say this.
I, first, met frustration in 10th grade when I scored D in first essay in my life and it was when I first realized I needed to try harder than what I did in the past. By recommend from my counselor, I decided to take first regular English class in 10th grade; I still got help from ELD class but having regular English class with my 2 years of English knowledge, it was very challenging. Nevertheless, there’s no “give up” in my vocabulary. During class, I could maintain same pace with my classmates by helped from my pink electronic dictionary and at home, I frequently stayed up late to preview the lecture for tomorrow or studying English. As a result, I finished English 10 with A, and the status between my classmates and I totally changed.
Even students who have good sleep habits are generally sleep deprived. Homework provides kids with stress, sleep deprivation, and ruins their social lives and should be highly modified. Homework has been around for a long time, so there must be some reasons as to why they haven’t gotten rid of it completely. It can help by practicing what you’ve learnt in class and covering more material in a year. Homework helps make sure students can understand the concept without the teacher having to lead them through the steps.
As a young teacher, I reflect back on my 2 prior years of teaching and surprise myself with how much I have grown as a teacher over the years. I can say that I felt like my whole first year of teaching was a “hazy” whirlwind. Yet looking back, I believe some of my “hazy” lessons came during my math block from teaching Kindergarten last year. Last year I used the math curriculum Everyday Math. Starting the year I felt very overwhelmed with the curriculum and seeked advice from a senior teacher, but still lacked understanding for myself.
“The beginnings are sometimes scary, endings are usually sad, but it’s the middle that counts most” That is true for a lot of things in everyday life, like starting school. Many young people see going to school as a chore and only go because they absolutely have to, while some will even skip school because they see it as boring and unnecessary. However, going to school is incredibly important for your career, future education, social and communication skills. When I first got to high school everything was strange, scary and new, for the first time there were new people to meet as well as new teachers. There was now also a lot more work and homework.