When students go home after school they should be able to relax right? In an ideal world students should just be able to take there bag off and chill, go out with friends, play video games or go play sports at the park or something right, but no. Nowadays the average high school teenager has to go home, sit down at a table and basically continue school for another two-three hours. We have to do homework almost immediately after school because if we don’t then we will be up until 12 or later doing homework. Not to mention the students athletes that come home late anyway from practices/games and then have to take a shower, eat dinner and then sit down to finish all of their homework.
I folded the dasktarkhan and toke the plates out in the kitchen. As I was doing this, grandma, as always, was probably on her way to feeding the hens, which we kept on the corner of our house. After rinsing out the plates I began doing my homework in the
She instilled in me the importance of reading at an early age by making me complete all reading assignments and homework before anything else. After my classmates and I became more advanced in our literary skills, Mrs. Heard began sending us home with about five books to read. Once school was out, I would go straight home and sit at my desk to read my books, complete any other homework, and enjoy a snack during the process, a great routine I still complete to this day. This was so much fun to me, and it stayed that way until my neighbors, Katelyn and Keriann Hanson, came over to play. Once I heard their knocks on the door, I would immediately put up my books and go put on my shoes to go play.
My cooperating teaching, Miss Bentzel, at Wallace Elementary School, taught an extraordinary kindergarten lesson two weeks ago. Although she taught a great lesson, there is always room for improvement. Therefore, Miss Bentzel has taught me a myriad of amazing techniques due to positive and negative aspects of the lesson. To begin, Miss Bentzel called the class from their seats to the carpet, by tip-toeing. She told students sit at their circle spots, rather than their normal carpet spots so she could demonstrate their activity.
My two sisters and nephew rushed in the living room to have breakfast, thrilled to sit, and make another memorable memory of Eid. After we are done with breakfast, we all got ready to leave, and visit grandmother house. Visiting grandmother house is one of our Eid traditions. When I entered my grandmother house I saw all of my cousins and aunties. But, except for one uncle which altogether we were hoping that during the day he would
There’s a rule in my family that everyone must eat together as a family for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. After breakfast, me and my siblings go to school, once school is over I go to a Korean school where I am taught about my culture and learn Korean. I usually get home by seven and eat straight away. After dinner, I do my homework. Once I’m done I watch TV or use my computer until I go to bed.
And after that I can feel my sweat is flow. And then I enter the class for having a lesson. When I am sleepy I eat a candy and then shake my head hardly because I easy to sleepy. And I always need glasses for help me look at the board so when I forget to bring it I so difficult to catch the lesson. When a lesson passed I pray dhuhur in mosque with my friend and then continue to participate a
She was actually a smart and talkactive student in her scholl, she often joined story telling competition in her school, so it was not difficult to teach her. The next day I assist one class with four grade 1 students, at that time they were going to have their mid-test at school, so we did some exercise from the school book, which were about greeting, singular/plural and the things in the classroom, the at