Day Ku Hser Personal Statement I interest in social worker because i think this job will helpful for people when need help like apply for food stamp,don’t know english and new to country. This year I will finish my high school and get my diploma. I will do this by work hard, do all my homework get my class with all A’s. I also will improves my english, writing, and reading. I will improve by communicating with people.
Coming from a very suffered country I am able to understand not only what does it means to feel proud to be a Latino, but also I can feel acquainted with the pain and struggle that our community has to face every day. Latinos are the moving force of this great nation. We bring several good aspects to this country. Our hard work, traditions, culture, energy, and kindliness are only some of them. As a Latino I know from first had how does my community feels every time we have to face discrimination from
She began to speak out on civil rights which caught many people's attention. "As the years passed she was sought out repeatedly as a dignified spokesperson for the civil rights movement"(Henderson 192). One of her famous quotes from her speeches was: "Racism is still with us. But it is up to us to prepare our children for what they have to meet, and, hopefully, we shall overcome"(women history). Rosa Parks started to be known as the female speaker of the civil rights movement.
How i 'm a leared to people is because people will look up to me for thing and to help so i help people with their problems i will not turn away from somebody if they really need my help. Leading by example of the People look up to me when they need help so example my like sister just turned 13 and she looks up to me to help her with her homework and she is very thankful i’m a good helper, because she said if i didn’t help her, she would never would have understood. Leadership with people can be very helpful because when people need help other people can come out of there way and help people. Leading by example of people is a very good leadership because if people work their hardest and best people will start to come up to other people and start asking people to showing them how to do it. Helping people is a good thing and if people need help take some
When I started high school, I was a year above everyone else in our Math pathway. I also took all advanced classes. As a result, I had the best and most passionate teachers while my friends were stuck with teachers who did not care. So many opportunities are wasted by standard teachers who do not take the time to appreciate and acknowledge their students regardless of their prior knowledge or will to learn. My goal, once I have my degree, is to teach standard Algebra or Chemistry and encourage my students to learn and to love STEM classes.
Well, a bachelor degree is higher than the high school diploma. It helps me to find a better job and also proves that I have done with my school life. But at the end, it is still a paper that I hang on the wall for decoration. Girls around the world do not get to go to school, especially in developing countries, because they are poor. I will use my education to tutor them by joining the volunteering program and give more motivation to offer help to others and live my life to the fullest.
Now on, For example, the science teachers have enough time to run labs, have the students write the lab reports, and clean up the labs in one class period,” she says. Also, “In English class students can write a rough draft, revise, and write a final draft of essays in one or two days instead of taking a week. 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 have the extra day they can add more study time to their schedule if there are four days of school they can add more projects in and they can do prodject’s if their
Throughout my high school career I have many goals that I hope to achieve. Some gravitate around student government, others are more simple and related to getting good grades. I also have various extracurricular goals such as to start some sort of small scale farm , growing herbs like mint and lemongrass, and learning to weld. Most of my goals, however, will take time and a good deal of work to succeed in. I also hope that I will be able to do other things such as work for people and earn a good deal of money, maybe even save up for something cool like a car eventually.
Social justice is a significant issue in the world today because of the rising diversity in nations. Two types of social injustice that get under my skin are gender inequality and racism. Being a world traveller I see these injustices in many forms and magnitudes. Being a young women, especially in today’s world, I am aware of how far women’s right have come, but also how much farther it must go. Since the eighteenth century women have been seeking rights and even three hundred years later women are still searching for pay equal as a man’s.
My cultural identity My culture differs from my parents because of they were raised and where they lived and how they ate and how they acted. How they were raised kinda game gave them an idea of how they wanted to raise their children.Where they lived could have helped influence where they wanted to live in the future for their cultural identity sake.My mom is hispanic so how she ate when she was a child is different from how she eats now , because of differnert things . how they acted influenced them on how to raise their kids, because of issues they may have had or ran into. the food that i eat a lot of the time is differnt than ehat my mom used to eat everyday.My mom ate mexican food for almost every meal. With her eating spicy foods since she was a toddler,she now has stomach problems that keeps her from eating a
However, traditional means of assessment do not typically reflect their understanding of science content. We found through classroom observation and analysis of student products while ELL students have difficulty writing assignments. This mismatch between assessment prices and student understanding is what motivated us as teacher researchers to assess fourth and fifth grade understanding of marine environments through drawings. We co taught science and mathematics to a multiage class of third, fourth, and fifth grade elementary students, 60% of which identified themselves as Latino and limited English proficiency. The Parents are able to agree or disagree on services or goals set for their child.
The mark she made on her community, and in the hearts of me and my families lives will never be forgotten. We as African Americans face so much racism due to the colour of our skin, and the fact that we are strong, outspoken individuals. I always embrace my culture. I am proud of who I have become and I plan to grow into the person that God has put me on this earth to become. Without the strength and intelligence of all the African Americans, I would not be able to partake in the activities that I am currently involved in.
These women were recruited from online Lupus support groups and are told to submit their experiences of when they were first diagnosed. There was also an analysis based on a demographic questionnaire, medication inventory, and treatment appointments. Meldenson came to the conclusion that during the liminal stage of Lupus, women are not given an exact diagnosis which causes confusion, lack of support, and depression amongst the women. Managing a Medically and Socially Complex Life: Women Living With Lupus Lupus patients have a difficult time with incorporating Lupus into their lives. Cindy Meldenson’s qualitative study was used to observe how women manage living with Lupus.
The curriculum we have covered so far has been activities that include lessons on healthy eating, short-term and long-term goals, and “What do you want to be when you grow up?”. Tenorio states, “I changed my bulletin boards and literacy activities to correspond the holidays, and proudly integrated the activities into our daily lessons. We learned about our “differences” and celebrate our “similarities” (p. 25). I do believe that if the students talked and learned more about themselves and where they come from, there would be less fighting and arguing when they break up into groups that their friends are not
When we taught together I do recall her having a heavy focus on vocabulary in her science class. She developed a vocabulary game called, “Last Man Standing” to help the kids not only understand vocabulary words, but also the parts of words. I always saw the positive impact it had on students’ success, but never understood why she had such a heavy focus on it. After our interview I now understand the why and it makes perfectly good sense. I then began to wonder what strategies could we, as a school, provide for our parents to help them support their child’s vocabulary development?