and I managed to pass the class with a B. My weakness this year was probably not having enough sleep. I get cranky when I don’t get enough sleep, and I realized I can’t focus when I’m in class. My strength this year was probably becoming more organized and setting a specific schedule for myself everyday. Since I have to work, I need to make specific time for my homework. I also need to have specific time to shower and get ready for school in the morning.
To staying up till midnight or till the next day catching up on homework or studying for quizzez, exams, finals! Malcolm X faced the obstacles of trying to learn how to read. He had a lot of time on his hands so he wanted to and decided to teach himself how to read. Although, Malcolm didn't have the ablity to read , he didnt allow the fact he never had the opportuinty to expand his vocalbury to .
The Holocaust is a great lesson for the entire world to learn from, and particularly a lesson for the next generation to learn from the mistakes of the past and make sure that they are never repeated again (Why teach The Holocaust?). The Holocaust should be taught to students in schools because it presents decisions that, in the future, may need to be made or even ones that should not have been made, it allows students to see how history could repeat itself, and it instills a sense of appreciation for the freedoms and inclusiveness that we have in our time.
This was because I realized just how much time I had wasted over the summer. I figured that I could’ve had the work done by now if I just tried a little harder and had stopped putting it off. I tried so hard to get caught up but, I just didn’t have the time to read all forty-something chapters and answer all forty questions. I was so stressed out that last week. I had wrecked my last week of summer just because I wanted to just have fun instead of doing some work every once in a while.
Like I said writing was hard for me. I think the reason being that I was able to read well so I didn 't have much to write about other than the stuff I heard. Even then, If I did write was wasn 't going to be able to read it. Now that I could do both better my doors have open
I feel that to properly understand me you should receive an understanding about my high school experience, my academic mistakes, my long term goals,and how I plan on succeeding at Lindenwood University. I strongly believe that Lindenwood is the perfect place to cultivate my interests into a career and I want to convince whoever it may concern that i will not waste this opportunity. High School was always this vision of freedom that middle school Destiny yearned for. Being a fan of cliche high school show tropes I thought being in high school would be like being in an episode of “Glee”.
I talked to my friends in the morning and didn’t do my homework. The unfinished work accumulated, and once the Second Quarter was about to end, I realized if I didn’t finish and hand in all the worksheets, I’ll fail in all of my subjects. Since I wanted to pass the quarter, I had to finish all of that work. I estimated that I had around two weeks to finish the stacks of paper, so if I did three or four worksheets at night quietly after my curfew of nine o’clock and early in the morning six o’clock, I’ll be able to finish most of my work. I did manage to finish it, but the hardest part was handing it in.
I seemed to have a band function nearly every night of the week between marching band, Wind Ensemble, orchestra, and flute choir. I would come home from band practice with hours of homework waiting for me. Being a perfectionist, I was unable sleep at night if my homework was not finished. I would go days without any sleep, trying to juggle band, my AP classes, and all of the pressures of my junior year of high school. On top of all of this, I was missing a lot of school for all of the band trips.
My plan for academic success is to pass all my classes with a C average. Another plan for academic success that I have is to choose classes that best fit my understandings and personality. Also I would like to get my license as a senior and have a job. Another academic plan for success is to have friends, friends are important to success because if I have no friends I’ll have no one to talk to while I’m working on school work. As well as the fact that I’m horrible at all my english classes, it might be a good idea to get those improved.
In my essays I would have all kinds of run on sentences and comma splice errors. I would be looking over my paper and I would not see any issues with how it was worded. When someone else would read it, they would get stuck on sentences and become confused. While reviewing my drafts for each essay, I started to get tougher on myself on each essay as the class progressed. I started to dig deeper before I would call the essay ready to turn in for the final draft.
psychology would be my most challenging. All though it my favorite subject it’s not an easy class. I have a really hard time with the terms used in psychology. I got a D on my first text which was very depressing, but now I know what to expect and I now know what kind of notes I should be taking.
In this day and age, being on time for school is a thing of the past. But to be honest, the night before I was having the time of my life going through all 13 seasons of Grey 's Anatomy. In any way, shape, or form did I know that I had a stack load of homework to get done for the next day. But lets cut to the chase, it was a 4 day weekend which meant catching up on both sleep and netflix. Even though time was of the essence, I procrastinated the whole weekend to get the homework done.
Not only will I be receiving an excellent education, I will also be learning to grow into a more spiritual, moral person. At St. Brigid’s School, I have done my best to be a good student. I work hard and study to achieve academic success, and I ask my parents and teachers for help if I don’t understand a concept I have been learning. During my time at St.
In this article, the authors examine the research of how the criminal justice system forms racial profiling in the United States as incarceration increases. The authors use longitudinal data to find information of how one’s skin color can affect one’s punishments compared to someone who is white due to the stereotypes that revolve around their race. As they further investigate they found that “there is a stereotypical link between race and crime” (Saperstein et al., 2014) as arrest and the consequences associated with the crime are increased to people who are minorities. The article strongly suggests an extensive impact on increased policing and rise of incarceration on racialization and stereotyping with results of groups, police judgments