Does school play an essential role in our lives? “We aren’t gonna use these things in our future.” I have heard this phrase countless times from my classmates. Even I have complained about the uselessness of the things we learn in school. School plays a large part in our lives, but is it essential in our lives? Most of us won’t care about analyzing poems and pictures with the soapstone method or the forces acting on a sled that is skidding across a frictionless surface.
In the begining of highschool it was very challenging for me to balance school and friends making me choose friends which in this case was so not important or even worth it. Friends change, just like seasons and you might not always have the same ones. Several people that you might come across with are people who just teach you a lesson and aren’t in your life for the long run. My freshman friends taught me a lot because I am not so close to any of them, but during the time they sure did distract me from everything in my life. I started being disrespectful to my parents and not care about my grades.
Since we study aboard teacher stop giving us that much information about the theory the question start to be how you think about this problem, which theory can be apply on this problem ,it confused me for really a while. As the teacher might know we are really good at guess the exam question that is what we always been teach. So far I am tired of guess what is the question because than I have to think what is the teacher?s expect of the answer. I cannot write what I know because what I know is never the answer teacher want to see. They want to see what I
I was shy and not outgoing like all my other friends were. When I enter a situation for the first time, I have a hard time speaking up until I feel comfortable. As being as shy as I was, my school work was affected a lot because I would not raise my hand to ask questions if I did not understand something, or go to the teacher for help. It was hard to transition from that stage to being more outgoing and talk more with my peers. It was difficult to communicate with others becuase of this as well, i was not able to be the perosn that i really am.
At Spartanburg high, there is a zero tolerance policy no cursing or fighting as well as getting in school suspension for talking back or defiance of a teacher. Lastly I learned to be responsible for asking for help. Asking for help when I needed it was hard for me whether it was work or a lesson I did not understand. I am a shy person always has been always will be, I used to avoid asking teachers anything when I needed help. I did not want to seem like I was not smart or I wanted help but I was too afraid to ask.
When I was younger I can remember walking into school without the fear of being myself. I was who I wanted to be and I never thought about changing myself. Years go on and I see everyone changing, maturing at a very young age and I felt outcasted. Different from others I started changing myself due to the feeling of disapproval amongst others. I believe in life that we all fear change, we all fear being different from this change so we change who we really are.
Because when it came to educating me about disability not one teacher I encountered endeavoured to help me understand how the disabled feel. I am ashamed to have grown up in a world in which disabled people are treated like an exception, as if their life itself is an inconvenience and penalty. And I am afraid that this nefarious act will continue to be passed on to the next generation by us, and thus that generation will keep educating their children the same, erroneous concept, over and over again. So, I am here to change this education and the inequitable views of disabled. I am here to break your walls of stereotype towards the disabled.
We learn many theoretical problems throughout our schooling, only to use them to pass the test, or to graduate, but we aren 't able to apply these lessons to our lives after graduation. These complicated word problems and odd equations just sit in the back of our heads to collect dust once we become adults. We have the skills to comprehend them and solve them, but we don’t need useless information, we need information we can use throughout our lives. Wisdom is often overlooked in schooling it 's just something teachers, or professors expect us to have already grasped, but without any prior knowledge this is impossible. These students are asking questions, they 're hungry for answers, but when the only answers they get are “just
You didn 't think how you 'll be having fun in all the games you played after school or all the time you spent at your Nani 's place. Neither you thought about the outcome before doing all themasti in school nor you thought before trying any new game. You wanted to do it, hence you did it. That was sheer innocence! But, as we grew up, we are used to attach a reason to everything we do.