School mornings would be a lot simpler if the student woke up every morning knowing exactly what to put on; it would defiantly give the student more time in the mornings to not rush, and make sure they have all their homework finished and in their backpack. As a student, I understand the struggle in the mornings with getting up and having to find a good outfit to wear for school, and would it not be so much more facile if you kenned precisely what you had to get up and put on each and every day. Students arouse in the morning, most of the time not getting a full eight hours of slumber, scrounging for something “acceptable” to wear to school. School mornings would be a lot simpler if the student aroused every morning kenning precisely what to put on; it would defiantly give the student more time in the mornings to not rush, and ascertain they have all their homework culminated and in their
King says, "Good writing, teaches the learning writer about style, graceful narration, plot development, the creation of believable characters, and truth-telling" (73). I will try my best to become a good writer. King's article informs you about being a writer, and how important the subject to read is to be a good writer. King's guidance is helping me realize that reading a great deal, and it will help me expand my ability to write. I am an extremely slow reader, so reading more often will grow my power to read quicker.
Before I read Mysterious Skin, I did look up some reviews about the book. I can admit I was more enticed to get the book and read it. People were saying how the book changed their life, and they continue to read the book over and over again. Yes, the people comments intrigued me but I wanted to find out for my own on how the book will provoke my own emotions. After reading Mysterious Skin, I will forever be attached to this book because of the emotions it was able to pull out of me.
Right now I'm reading The Book Thief and at first my brain had difficulty comprehending the very first pages, however, I'm now halfway through it. The book, so far, is great because of the fact that you can really indulge into the story that's unfolding. Once I commenced on reading the book again, it makes me question the people who say they hate reading. Or the people who prefer the movies to the books. Yes, some of the movie adaptations can be great, but the books present more definition that make you get stuck in the book's reality.
Overall, I have definitely seen improvement from my Literary Narrative Essay to my argument essay. In the first essay that we wrote, I was often making silly grammar mistakes such as comma splices for example “At that moment my love for reading disappeared I didn’t like being told that I had to read a science fiction novel like House of
Being the first in my family to go to college is is not only such an honor, but a great responsibility. I have learned not to get caught up in my own parent’s mistakes, but to learn from them. When I didn’t do particularly well on my math regents, and instead of just accepting the grade, my parents constantly reminded me of the consequences if I did not do well on the retake of the exam. They also made sure that I know that I am smart, and just one bad grade isn’t going to change that. The constant reminders and words of encouragement definitely helped me through the exam, as I received a passing
I went from geometry straight to Pre Calculus skipping Algebra II. I knew coming into this class that it would be unbelievable hard. Every person in my class that signed up to skip a year of math had a personal talk with the teacher who told us that he does not recommend anyone to skip any year of a subject, especially math. To take Pre Calculus as a Junior we were required to take Math Tutorial, a class that was solely devoted to helping us with the difficult math. I knew I wanted to take this class, I have been particularly good up until now at math and I believed I had the skill and knowledge to take and pass this
After I got home from school, I immediately started on my homework and I did not stop until I was finished. Sometimes it would take me hours to complete my homework, but I did not give up. When it comes to finals, I study until I know all the material that I am supposed to know. I start studying a week in advance to remember everything for each class. I want to get the best grade that I can get so I study as hard as Katie did.
On the first paper I made 6 mistakes, the second paper 4, and the final paper none. The constant decrease in mistakes comes from, learning to challenging myself to reread my paper numerous times until I feel that it is as perfect as I can make it. The grading deduction for every grammar and spelling error really pushed me to make sure that I hadn't left any mistakes in my paper. I also have gotten into the habit of having my peers and my parents read my paper, following the peer evaluation. I like to hear as many peoples' opinions as I can before I turn in my paper.
So my mom took me to go get all of these school supplies like for example : folders, dividers, and many more. The school supplies really helped me because ever since I got them I have not been losing my homework or the stuff that I need. When I was in the 8th grade I had realized that I am getting ready for high school and in high school you would have to be really organized because the teachers are going to ask for several assignments and they would expect the work to be in a easy place where you can find it . Being organized really helped me in life because it makes things much easier to find and it stops me from being so stressed out. Whenever I do laundry I like to organize my clothes from the whites and colors and whenever I am done washing them I have a drawer that I put my clothes in and in each drawer I labeled them so then I can know what drawer they go in .
Her inspiration came from the feelings of writing to an actual experience and thinking of names that are memorable to her. While she told us that reading is a pleasure activity and not for a younger audience to learn from a lesson, she immediately got my attention. The reason was because in most children 's books I have read are all based on lessons, in which it made me stay away from reading because it was so boring. As the session ended, it made me rethink the importance of writing and reading and how different approaches can to lead to