Darrian Sargent A person experience that made me see life differently Darrian Sargent A personal experience that made me see life differently Something that has caused me to see life differently, was during my sophomore year of high school. It all started from a situation that happened in my sophomore of high school. I was giving a presentation front of my classmates and as I got to the front of the classroom my anxiety kicked in, I didn’t know what to expect, I didn’t know that all of this was going to happen. As I was standing there trying to give my presentation but I couldn’t move on with my presentation because my anxiety had kicked in and was causing a dilemma, as I was standing there trying to give my presentation I began to sweat and my classmates began to notice that I was sweating, the minute they saw that I was sweating they all began to make fun of me. I was so embarrassed I didn’t know what to do.
By this time, the successful or nerdy kids will know their limit on school work and have challenged themselves quite enough and will move on from the institution. However, your goal is to stay in the institution forever. If you improved as a person, then you did the entire experience wrong. Relying your parents while also disrespecting them is a great start to forever living your high school experience. Even if you do graduate, you can still act like a high schooler.
Last year, my junior year, was exciting for me because back then I knew that I was literally one year away from being a senior, but I also faced some very difficult challenges. One of the biggest challenges that I had faced last year was being kicked out of my first high school, Villa Angela- St. Joseph, for reasons that I feft were not as serious as the things other people were doing, but in reality, it was not about anyone else, it was about me. I was in trouble. I had to accept and own up to the responsibility and consequences of my actions. Although I had some pretty hard setbacks, I did have great times as well.
This happens a lot to other people. McPherson stated in his book Stressed Out in school that homework, “Creates Stress and anxiety.” (McPherson 40). No one should have to have this stress and anxiety at such a young age. Another example is In the article “List of homework should be banned pros and cons,” it says ,“Student’s minds and abilities are tested all day in school, which can be very draining. When they come home, they need to be able to relax and pursue other interests.
The phones will disrupt the whole class, especially the teacher. If a student is trying to concentrate, and a student is blasting music it can aggravate the student which is trying to work. That will prolong the student from getting their work done, and they would have to do it at home. Students at Scioto are distracting to other students around them when they 're on their phone during class. Some high school students will be on their phone while the teachers speaking, and will set a lousy example for the rest of the class.
Teachers also have a hard time teaching when a cell phone is constantly interrupting the class. The effect of this are students and teachers will not be able to continue on working lesson plans. The Results of this is kids falling behind on subjects and performing worse than schools who ban phones. Many things don’t go vigorous or as planned because phones constantly go off during class. Another reason, phones should be prohibited at school is that they are extremely harmful and dangerous.
Students feel threatened by the gangster members, and therefore are afraid to attend class. Gangster members have been known to steal students’ supplies, hindering learning even more. Gangs in school are a big concern of staffs, teachers, students and families. In addition to the disruption of classes, there are other same issues that have a negative impact on the students who are the targets of the bullying. Some students may be harmed by gangster members, including taking money by force, or fighting at rest time or after school.
High school can be rough! You have a lot of homework and to pre-pare for college. I feel like you have less friends in high school, then you do in grade school, you have all these friends and you’re always spending time together, but once you get in high school, I feel like you lose all your friends. Once you get into high school I feel you get too know who your real friends are. I try not to get too close to friends in high school because you never know if they will stick with you or they end of leaving.
There is always a group of students after graduation or even before graduation who cannot see their selves continuing school for another four years. Especially when they have alternative options some students in high school would spend most of their day at high school and after lunch, they spend their day at a trade school. During their time at a trade school, they get a further learning on skills that high schools do not provide. Skills in plumbing, automotive, cosmetology, fashion design, heating and cooling, and many more different jobs. Most parents stress that important it's getting into college after high school because degrees look good on your résumé, and it can get you further in your career.
My goals make me feel motivated to keep moving on even if I have failed before. During the last semester, I was not the student I would like to be because I have had some problems with my English. Basically, it was hard to adapt myself into a new culture because I had never travelled or stayed in other country. I got a C+ in my first midterm test of Engineering Concepts and I exclaimed, “Why me?” Although the grade scared me and made me feel unable to recover the grade, I remembered my main goals and I considered that failure was part to achieve them as well. Instead to be regretting all the time about the grade, I made a plan to improve the grade at the end of the semester, and finally, I got an A that made me feel satisfied.