It is also very important that you start putting all this work since middle school so you are prepared. One of my internal success goals would be to be to become better in Language Arts and Geometry. Because they are core classes they are very important for me to have good grades on and do my best. Because I missed a whole quarter it is very hard to be up to everything and understand deeply all the lesson and chapters. I would also like to become better at Language Arts also because I am not very good at writing and I feel like it’s one important skill to have for the future, because that is a way to communicate and write all your feelings and thoughts.
Perhaps that’s why we wear square hats on graduation: To show that we think inside the box. Students put everything into trash after a test and those information aren’t applied nor executed in the adult life. Also, there are many other alternatives that does a far better job than school. Lets have more people realize this by advocating this in public, so we may have a better society where kids are happy and truly
The word they were to fix was “siting.” It was difficult for the students to comprehend that adding “ing” a lot of times doubles the preceding consonant. Once one of the students revealed the mistake, all of the students seemed to have their memory jogged of the concept but still wondered why. I believe that at this grade level they are beginning to make further connections as to why that we have these principles and rules for language. At the first grade level class that I observed they didn 't wonder why, they simply accepted the words as sight
I expected to get lost at least 10 times but I successfully didn't. Before my first day at Drake I had heard from couple people that I was going to be 1 of 2 or 3 people of color in most of my classes. I didn't except that to be true but it was, in my first-year seminar I was 1 out of 4 people of color. I thought to myself those numbers are better than the ones I heard from people but I was still surprised to see the lack of students of color in the classroom. This made me more nervous to speak out and give my opinion because in my mind I thought I will be looked at differently due to my diverse background.
Everyone says that it’s so hard, or so much work, but if you stay on task and pay attention in class it’s not that bad. I was one person to struggle in middle school grade wise, but since I was told that high school would be so much harder, I’ve paid a lot more attention in class and done all my work. Another thing I would tell the current eight graders, is that you don’t need friends to get through high school. It’s understandable if you want to have friends so you’re not lonely all the way through high school, but you don’t need them and its better if you don’t have them so it’s easier to pay attention in classes and get more work done
Over the decades there has been an ongoing debate to change the United States education system in guiding students on a superior future. With the establishment of the No Child Left Behind Act, the importance to score higher on the standardized test has resulted in making budget cut to have more academic courses. When the current U.S. administration made budget cut decisions, the first thing to go is the art, music, and theater classes. The school administration does not realize that the arts are the aspect in people's lives and improves students mentality. A student that is involved in the arts are at low at risk to develop a mental disorder or helps release their frustration in a positive creative way.
How many times does someone believe their parents when they are in middle school anyways? As I arrived in my Student Advisory room I realized that there was no point in being afraid that I would not fit in or that I would be awkward the first few days. I realized that I would be awkward for a little while because this was a completely new experience for me, but I also realized that everyone else was still awkward. This realization is what made me think the following, “I can survive middle
This one single grade could make you or break you. This technique of grading has no effect on a student's ability to learn. Giving students one long-term assignment that is due at the end of the semester for one grade is not an effective way to teach because it puts too much pressure on students, it doesn’t give them any way to pull their grade up if it is bad, and it doesn’t truly show the progress and intelligence of their pupils. First of all, kids are put under way too much pressure to excel in school. This new way of teaching would only make it worse for each child at school.
A conversation starter, an argumentative topic, a controversy rising all around the United States - one simple question that has put school money to waste and forced students into the real world too soon: Should students be paid for good grades? Obviously, students should not be paid for the grades they earn because it will damage their love of learning and crush their creativity. Also, students who receive money for grades will no longer be self-motivated or find pride in a job well done. Students that receive a paycheck for grades will eventually lose their love of learning and crush their interest in the tasks at hand. The years that children are in school are the most influential years of their life, a time for growing,
At the beginning of my high school career, I knew grades were important but, I never knew how vital until the end of my eleventh-grade year when I began "college hunting." I realized that with a low GPA nobody wants you at their university because you 're a representation of them so, when you look bad they look bad. Soon after, knowing what had to be done, I prepared myself for the final year of high school with new study habits, motivation, and a new mindset on the grades I 'll accept because I was "Passing." In my past years, I see how I didn 't take my education seriously. One reason is I never studied for anything, even on the most prominent exams, I never thought studying would help anything especially if I didn 't understand it fully
The main difference is that the honors students are guaranteed credit for the class, but an AP student may not receive a credit at all because they do not pass the final exam. Tierney also states “The courses cover too much material and do so too quickly and superficially. In short, AP courses are a forced march through a preordained subject, leaving no time for a high-school teacher to take her or his students down some path of mutual interest. The AP classroom is where intellectual curiosity goes to die.” By taking a different course such as an honors class students are able to gain more learning and go into depth with the
After reading page 9, ask the students, “What are some things that Rebecca can do with the pumpkins?” (can prompt students if need) 7. Before reading page 11, point out the different foods that they mentioned that could be made with pumpkins. 8. As a whole group, go over the main details of the story. • Closure 1.