The real reason why you should accept me in to the college is because I am breaking from those habits and My abilities when I properly apply them to school work can allow me to have excellent grades in class my skills are being able to be work under pressure, I am creative, I am a good team worker. When I first realized that I work good under pressure was when sometimes I would do my home work for my classes right the day before, and the next day I would usually get a good grade. The reason why I said usually is because doing my work under pressure like that only works if I already have knowledge on what to do, and reasonable amount of time to do it.
Test taking has always been difficult for me, now that I am required to take the advancement test in the Navy twice a year and now college I still struggle with tests. I always take notes and study, but my nerves and second guessing are a struggle for me to overcome. This class has provided me with some techniques I am going to implement in hopes that it will improve my test taking abilities. As I study for test, I will predict test questions, writing potential questions and the answers. I will also start preparing for test at the very beginning of the week given the condensed learning schedule.
Grueling nights of completing page after page of homework only ready you for upcoming school work, much like in the words of Malcolm X, “The future belongs to those who prepare for it today.” The war on homework has been going on for quite some time, originally being upscaled in America during 1950’s to keep up with communist nations. Then once more in the 80’s to keep up japanese economically. Great deals of experts have conflicting views on it, with it impacting stress and a students way of thinking, but all agree it can have benefits for children if given in the right amount. Homework is beneficial for students because it allows children to retain knowledge, behave better in class, and improve their overall test scores. One of the major factors of why homework exists is to improve students grades and test scores.
Thank you for giving me this chance to talk about my English class, it was very excited to be a part of English 101 this quarter. We act as a family in this class by helping each other in writing, discussions stories and responding to each other. To be honest, I worked very hard this quarter and I focused more on my English class rather than other classes I had taken in SFCC. Writing is something not easy when it comes to my mind, because I am an international student and it is a differencet from my writing style and English writing style, so I should separate between them. I would not say writing English assignment is very hard for me, but I mean I make some mistakes.
This is a sad reality for many high school math students they are obsessed with the right answer. I find that the beauty of math is in the process, and if students learn to care more for that instead I think they will understand more math. While being stressed is definitely my biggest weakness in math my biggest strength would be conceptualizing problems in new ways. Often when I was in college of high school when math becomes more complex and there are more than one way to solve the problem I would enjoy exploring that. I would try and look for the most effective way to solve problems it helped me to avoid the trap of getting the right answer being the goal.
Students have a lot of problems in organizing their time, prioritize their life, and always attend classes and do homework. First of all, a lot of students do not know the meaning of organizing, but actually it can make you very good student. When you organize yourself you have to know what you have to do in your day. And the most important that you have to organize your time. Because if you managed your time you will afford what you want to do.
But with my philosophy I plan to do the opposite of this. I want my students to be engaged and focus more towards the excitement of learning new information rather then get perfect grades. The students will take classes that interest them and will help add to their knowledge, I want my students to be well rounded and well informed students. I want them to be able to add to our curriculum and become part of our
For instance, I’m about to write a CV in this summer holidays to apply for some internship department. But I have always put off the work and convinced myself that I have a lot of time and I can do it later. So, I left it behind one time, and again, and over again. Finally, I haven’t completed my CV until now, although my summer time was ended. Although I always regret the wasted time, I still stay procrastinating.
As a teacher, I will be responsible for the development of each of my students for that year. Not only will I need to ensure that they are meeting academic standards, I will also need to help them develop socially and emotionally. In order to do this effectively, there are several key factors that I must consider. First, I will have to consider how to teach them in a way that allows all of the students to learn effectively. I will also have to consider how to assess their knowledge, manage their behavior, create a positive environment, and implement technology in order to enhance their learning.
Growing up I have always wanted to help people, so I thought hard and figured out that the most effective way I can do that is by becoming a teacher and showing students that me and everyone in this classroom can become the next president or the next person to cure a disease. Basically I want to help others realize that they have the potential to be great. Also becoming a teacher helps me understand and appreciate diversity in so many ways. I want to be able to learn about every student’s background and really get a glimpse of who they are and where they come from. I love to see the