Thank you so much for taking your time out of your very busy days to join us. It is always wonderful to share thoughts with people of your expertise, especially on a subject that affects my everyday life. Education is paramount to achieving success, and living in the modern world. In my school we take several standardized tests that are supposed to measure how much knowledge I’ve retained throughout the year. These exams have changed the way that children are taught, and have made public schools int a limited learning environment.
Having a combination of what we learn since day one through all the semester and adding all or some of the topics on future projects was an outstanding way to keep learning not only the previous topics but the new ones we touch during school time. Sharing in class our progression was awesome because it showed us how behind or ahead we were with our work, but the most important the extra help or feedback we got from other students. I personally think it was worth the time we spent in class since I always went home after each day of class knowing that I had learned something knew in my life and that I will be using in my
I am trying my best to keep up with all my classes and to get out of all of them with new information and high grade. In order to success in Spanish 111/181 class, I will spend about two hours outside class for every hour send in class, as well as I will keep an agenda for all the homework and assignments dues to do not forget any. There is a homework assignments and preparation that I have to do before each class; this allows me to create a schedule to when to study and do homework. For example, I will spend an hour each day after school preparing for next class, doing any homework, and studying. To learn the Spanish language, I will need to practice speaking and listening to Spanish, so I will try to contact with some of Hispanic friends using Spanish, as well as, listening to Spanish songs and try to understand them.
Writing is involved in the mechanics everything people do including school studies, employment applications, and recording thoughts. However, even though writing is so important and commonly used, unlike speaking or picking up the lyrics to one’s favorite song, writing needs to be learned in order to be done properly. While the New Dorp school system is a far to common example of a underfunded school that lacked in the writing department even after its reforms despite making real progress, I was fortunate enough to learn from a high school that provided me with the highest standard of writing teaching. By having weekly assignments, personalized meetings, and difficult readings, my high school graduates leave with the skillset needed to write well in all aspects of their
Next, because you have to do homework getting the extra day of so the student’s saying they should have four day school week are actually right because it is actually better because they have a extra homework day so they don 't fall behind in their work cause if they
When it comes to this semester, things for me are going well. So far in the course, I have been able to get all my homework and reading entirely on time and not rushing things at the last minute. This week nine discussion I thought gave us a chance to showcase what well learned on the aspects of resume building and higher education career development for individuals. A lot of the information of have learned from week nine will assist in my research into the final project for this course. Learning about the news about career counseling in setting in scenes like elementary, high school to higher education’s makes us focus on the individual and what they want their future to look like.
Like I said before, every committed athlete is to wake up hours before their classes, lift or condition, then must attend class for 7-8 hours before again going to practice, which after attending an athletic study session (film), then finally get home and finish homework or prepare for an upcoming
I brought it up, asking him to at least give me a key and he recommended I quit. I recommended he take the ruler out of his rear end. From that day on I started leaning out my window to light up and from that day on, kids actually started focusing in class and grades started to rise. Yes, Mr. Hound was a sick kind of hell, but he did get the results he wanted. All was fine and dandy, I even started to like Mr. Hound and his dad like humor, but then he went and got me the minimum sentence for
I have now been on the Radford University campus for seven days. I cannot say these seven days have been the best of my life, but I assume they could have gone much worse. I believe to some extent that everything in life happens for a reason. My being here is no exception to that; I simply need to discover what that reason may be. Looking to the past I can see how certain experiences such as successful and failed attempts at communication, in addition to guidance from a teacher that I respect and admire, culminated in my being here at this moment.
I first would like to thank you for taking time to read this letter. I am sending you this letter to discuss a few things about the Composition 110 class that I am currently enrolled in. Some of the topics that I would like to discuss is my learning, how this class is helpful for my future classes, my participation in class, my work ethic, my plans for the second half of the semester, and my goals for the next four weeks. In the paragraphs below I wish to go in further detail about these topics. I personally feel that my learning is going very well
Entering Rutgers University, I thought my most difficult challenges were going to be reading, writing, and public speaking. However, reflecting on my experience leading up to my graduation, the challenge that comes to mind most frequently, is time management. Learning how effectively prioritize, manage, and balance a schedule comprised of countless assignments, tasks, appointments, familial responsibilities, classes, internships, personal life, and relationships can be intimidating and challenging for those lacking strong organizational skills.