Coming to Job Corps made me realize a lot about myself including how much potential I have within myself. Before coming here I wasn’t as focused as I should have been when it comes to me getting my education. Leaving school early or just not showing up at all became a routine for me. The school I was attending wasn’t as good of a school to even want to show up at. The kids there was very disrespectful which made it hard for those who wanted to learn.
Now to leave for 1st grade are going to PE and 4th grade will come in classroom. Then work for activities is a journal sentence structure for months. It 's February journal calendar with the date is today on Monday show on a topic called "The best thing about school is ____". Then yourself to make writer for a journal and Mrs. Cazares will helping on the sentence for fix it. When finish getting journal then get another one is reading fluency
At first, I remember hating that class, blaming her for every bad grade I would get. I was totally lost, I would reread and reread the chapters, and I would still get bad grades in her class. Later in the school year she taught us and important skill which was to try different approaches in which the way we prepared for exams. She mentioned on how we were so preoccupied on trying to remember each detail or date that we forget to acknowledge the whole importance of the chapter and its significance to American history. By the end of the year we managed to improve our grades and we ended up with a hundredth percent of passing rate in the EOC exam.
The pain and agony due to the fact that I might not be prepared for college class was on my shoulders. Since day one of highschool, my biggest desire throughout school was to be engaged in learning while being well prepared for the next step in life: college. What class was the answer to this class desired? It was in a meeting with my guidance counselor in eighth grade that struck me and sparked the interest in my heart to do well. All of my highschool career I have never known what it actually meant to do well and be ¨successful.¨
With me entering Troy with a 17, I had to be admitted under conditional status. Which means I could only get 13 credit hours for my classes; and as a nursing major I have a lot of classes I have to take. I am behind on a lot of my classes because of my conditional status; and because I was placed in remedial math. Because I didn’t take the ACT over I now have to wait longer to be apart of the school of nursing program; because I have to finish the pre-required courses first. I don’t regret that I dint take the ACT over
Have you heard about the numerous amounts of kids that have been injured due to fidget spinners? Kids are using fidget spinners at school and getting hurt when doing tricks. Liam believes that students at his school should be allowed to use fidget spinners in class. His principal, Principal Schwarts, thinks that the use of fidget spinners at school shouldn’t be allowed. Liam claims that they help with concentration but Principal Schwarts says that there is no evidence about fidget spinners helping with concentration, and are disruptive to others.
Test make us like zombies. Every year we take around 1-3 STAAR exam 's depending on if you passed previous ones or your grade level. After a day that we are stuck in a class taking a test that gives result 's based on what you learned throughout the year, we the student 's, are too tired physically and mentally to deal with anything and that includes homework. We do not need to take test, we need to learn to grow up to be well-rounded adults, to be prepared for society and all of its forthcoming. We need to learn and understand what they are trying to educate us on so we will not be doomed to repeat the same mistakes that society has already passed through.
One day she could see that and give up on herself!". After that they pushed me into 4th grade and I began the class that were going to "help" me. Middle school was a different story all together. After that meeting I was just passed along to the next group of teachers. No one really cared rather I passed or failed.
Fidget spinners should not be allowed at school, one reason why spinners should not be allowed at school is because, students do not learn when they have fidget spinners, another reason why spinners should not be allowed in school is because,fidget spinners can injure student’s, last but not least, fidget spinners distract students during school. The first reason why fidget spinners should not be allowed in school was because,students do not learn when they have fidget spinners. The article states that “after a lengthy meeting with faculty, it became clear that spinners are impending both students’ ability to learn, and teachers’ ability to teach. Students’ that own fidget spinners want to bring them everywhere, but school is NO place for fidget spinners.
This is important because it shows that the homework can be the cause of the end of one’s education. This also important because then teachers can see why some students just do not try anymore. In addition, one can see this when “They refuse to do homework and it’s lowering their grades” (LAXdoubleK). This shows that students do not even care about their grades because the homework is too much. If students already don't do the work or get that education that they should be going to school for they might just drop out, there's no point to being there in the first place.
Everything happened so fast. I had only worked for SFC Joe Smith for a little over three months. The first incident had occurred when I was updating the computers prior to the opening of the facility to students. SFC Joe Smith had given me a warning that he only wanted me to update the computers at the end of the duty day. The problem with that was I did not know how long it would take to update the computers and I had to pick up my daughter before the daycare closed at 5:30 P.M. I attempted to update the computers when they took the students out to conduct an exercise.
When I got into middle school and started taking classes like Algebra 1 and Spanish that would count for high school credit, it became very apparent to me that the grades that I get in these classes could very easily affect my high school GPA and my ability to get into a college of my choice. It was this realization that pushed me to further improve myself and my better being. During the seventh grade I got diagnosed with ADHD and started a medication regiment that significantly helped me focus and understand the lessons that my teachers were teaching. All of this was great and my grades did significantly improve, but the cons
When I started Unity High School I thought that it was going to be boring school because my first choice was Skyline but my mom made me come to this school so I had to obey what my mom wants because she takes care of me and helps me with whatever I need help with so going to the school that she wanted me to go to was the least I could have done. I thought that high school was going to be difficult because the work that my brother would bring home when he was in high school looked really hard and I did not understand most of the work he needed to complete. But I realized that I need to be taught the material before I go on and do the work
During elementary school, I rarely struggled with the difficulty or workload. When I tested in and attended Whitney M. Young Magnet High School for 7th grade, I was soon overwhelmed by the stress and workload. Because of how independent I was in grade school, I struggled with figuring out how to lessen the stress and deal with it. I rarely approached my parents, because of their lack of knowledge about my coursework. Even though my grades began to drop, I continued to believe that I could handle it on my own.