Although it may not seem like a big deal in hindsight, the first time I failed a test taught me one of the biggest lessons I ever learned: the value of knowing that you are always enough, no matter the situation. As a freshman in high school, I was used to getting good grades with little effort. So taking an AP class seemed like an easy opportunity to buff up my transcript. Little did I know that that would be one of the hardest classes I would take. On one of the first tests we took I scored a forty percent.
As contained in the guidelines of the assignment I must participate in the activity for 30 minutes and record my results. For this, I decided to go through a chest workout which is my favorite weight training workout. Like any other workout, I take about 10-15 minutes to properly warm up by doing what 's called a dynamic warm-up. A dynamic warm-up gets me focused on what 's to come and it also helps mitigate the risk of injury while lifting. Before this workout, I was very stressed about all of the studying I have to do before the term is over.
This was by far the most difficult challenge I faced in connecting with my students. While students became pretty eager to attend the FIG session throughout the semester, they were not as enthusiastic about doing things outside of the class. The first event I tried to organize was a study session in preparation for the first round of midterms. I chose a location that was very central to where many of them lived and on a day of the week that they said was best. Throughout the week, I constantly reminded them about the study group session, however, on the day of the event, I sadly only had two students attend.
Ending a semester usually proves to be a happy event, however, I wrote my entire paper for module four before realizing I selected a topic in the wrong convention. This is just a sign, that I need to continue forcing myself to take English classes. All in all, this was the most challenging college course I have completed by far. Thankfully though, the difficulty I had with this class has highlighted many weak areas I will need to focus on in the future. This class forced me to endure long nights, reading instructions and writing, but in the end, every struggle to improve knowledge is always worth it.
I will teach the children the importance of the time in the similar manner as my sister taught me like by using three hands technique. In my learning journey to become an ECE educator in the first half of the first semester I did not use my watch then I experienced some up and downs and at last when I made watch an integral part of my time then I proceed towards success, in the second semester when the placements were started then I use watch in order to write the learning stories, which leads to build an authentic relationship of my with time because I become attentive that how I spend 24 hours of the day. Whenever I paid to visit outside with the children I use my watch to look the time and when I placed a look again and again on my watch to see the time the children also start the imitation to learn about the timing. My mentor teacher at the placement also appreciates me because I mostly use watch to see the time instead of mobile phone no doubt in the modern era, technology has developed many gadgets which can replace the position of watch but it is impossible for me to separate watch named artifact because that is the love and remembrance of someone towards me. So I always pray to my God to let me make more successful through the usage of my precious artifact and let my parents feel proud of me one day.
It amazes me how willing everyone is to stop and help someone they barely know or to have a conversation with anyone. This makes each grade of about 40-60 students very close and fosters an environment that makes learning much more comfortable. During their high school prep class, students were asked if they felt comfortable raising their hand and asking questions in class. Every single student said that they were, which is something that is amazing and rare. The teachers at Waldron encourage this positive learning environment that is so crucial to student
I truly enjoy having a mental achievement in school, knowing that my grades sit at the top of the A’s shelf and hardly sit on level B. Having this is a substainable attainment for the National Junior Honor Society to see about me, and that I have scholarship in me. I work my way up to the best of my ability, especially when my brain is fried. I was absent from school one day home with throat pain ( I am rarely absent) , and I completed a major project in my science cateory, turning it in early and getting a towering 94%. I work day and night, and with an educated schlarship, things get done with the highest grade I
If not, then I would as the teacher about it. Discuss your time management skills as it applies to managing your academics. I do not have the best time management skills. I often times do get off task when attempting to work for long periods of time. I do get all of my work done, but it oftentimes takes me
Through Dual Enrollment English, I have learned how to write a well thought out paper while managing my busy schedule and have learned many lessons along the way. Dual Enrollment English 111 began with a pretest and it crushed me. The letter grade is not what crushed me but the weaknesses of my writing that it exposed to me. I was not aware of how unprepared I had been in being able write top-notch papers within a time limit. I decided it would be my goal to practice and excel at writing papers with efficiency.
I can still remember the first year I came – fifth grade, the homeroom teacher assigned each and every group a project, and mine was “Hurricane,” I had no idea what it was and I even thought it was someone’s name. When I got to middle school, I did not only learned what “Hurricane” means, I also found out what “GPA” was, which switched my focus towards study. During that period of time, I almost went to the library every week and I would finish an English book no more than two days. I no longer had any trouble of understanding the contexts of every subject and I find it easier to maintain my grades. At the end of middle school – eighth grade, I received my first certificate of academic excellence for top scholar, which is the award for students who have the perfect
AP World History is a class that rises above other history classes by teaching students key world historical events, develops a students global awareness and time management skills. Admittedly, the class assigns one to two hours of homework per night and demands high levels of work which can be too much for some students. However, this gives students the opportunity to work on their time management skills and build work endurance skills. Some students with sports and after school activities may feel intimidated to take the class because of the workload but with strong time management the workload can be completed. For example I myself am a two sport athlete and I was able to manage my time and complete the workload for AP World
All that was left was to practice, which is what I did several times before it was my turn to present. One of the benefits for presenting last is learning from your classmates’ mistakes, and a common theme amongst them was the time limit. Originally, when I practiced for the first time, I timed myself to about eight minutes, which just would not do. By the time I had to present, I had my presentation to five minutes the last time I had practiced and when it came to the real deal I presented in under five minutes. When researching, one gets so caught up in all the information that they want to share with others that it can get a bit overwhelming but I think I executed it successfully enough.
I started to dig deeper before I would call the essay ready to turn in for the final draft. In the first paper, I really did not look for any errors, but I had over 35 errors in that paper. After the first essay I started to look a little before turning in my essay, but in essay two I still had over 30 errors. Making sure I notice these errors without needing the help of others is a great technique to learn for myself. I started asking for help from my professor Kitty Burroughs and she explained where I went wrong.
In Elementary school they would give you scores out of 6, 4 was average and 5 or 6 was outstanding. I would frequently receive 3s and sometimes even 2s. However, the worst critiquing I have ever experienced was in 8th grade. My teacher Ms. Garncarz had us write narratives similar to the one I am writing now but she had us work in partnerships. After mostly working individually, with some help from my partner, my teacher told me that my writing wasn 't original and that I needed to stop having my writing rely on others.
I remember reading Farewell to Arms for my one of my English classes and I really enjoyed it—even though I only read part of it and listened to the rest on audio (yeah, I really did not like to read at the time.) So I told her I would like to start reading Hemingway and recommended I read his first book The Sun Also Rises to start me off. I remember this being a quick exchange because I was back home probably within a half hour, but when I returned home I had a copy of Hemingway’s The Sun Also Rises and was part excited, part nervous about reading