In conclusion the real affects of why students do bad in school isn 't because they don 't feel like doing there homework or because they think its too hard or it 'll take forever or that there teacher is just straight up mean but that some people have no choice . Which doesn 't allow them to do good in school or just to escape were crazy families and i don 't just say this just to say this but thats the truth behind the ugly doors in the world that there are bad people that don 't allow our youth to become what they need to become to insure our future. So i just wonder whats doing on in the minds of the parents who think that they don 't need to go to school and lets treat our kids the way we want to treat them and lets use them for our own benefits and not insure our great nations next coming generation. so now i leave this question unto you whats the real reason that
I never do a great drop on assignments when I do them at the last minute because I am rushed and don 't take my time. Procrastinating also causes a lot of stress as well. I need to discipline myself to delay gratification and get my work done before everything else so that I do a good job on my assignments, and so I 'm not rushed and stressed out because I 'm trying to get it all done at the last minute. Staying focused and attentive in class, I have trouble staying focused and attentive in class. I need to take in what he has to say so that I understand how to do the work.
I am enslaved by the thought and idea of what others think of me and how the world perceives me. Every day I would go to school and just go through the same motions, trying to get through one day after another. Hoping that the day would be better than the last. When my dad would drop me off at school he would always tell me to “make new friends”, but in my head I knew that it wasn’t going to be easy. Due to my personal insecurities I would always close myself off from others and not be my true self.
Kapinos thought it would be best if I took the role of the “Storyteller” for myself; this was my moment to sink or swim. Knowing that my classmates would be hearing my story for the first time was daunting, but I would soon learn that speaking in front of the class would be terrifying. In Maxine Hong Kingston’s essay, “The Misery of Silence”, she talks about speaking aloud in a classroom setting, and how challenging it can be for a young student: “It was when I found out I had to talk that school became a misery, that the silence became a misery. I did not speak and felt bad each time that I did not speak”. Kingston also makes the point that for children, reading aloud is much easier when you already know what you’re going to say.
The root of the major causes of school apathy is the ineffective curriculum used in schools all over the country. The current curriculum is designed to make all students college bound; however, not all students are going to attend college. For the students going straight into the workforce after high school, high school is viewed as a waste of time. According to a study performed by William J. Stull, the salary earned in the early workforce is not notably affected by the skills taught in high school (18). This fact justifies these students’ apathy toward school.
In this regard I do not feel free to express myself in the class most of the time, and my language barrier makes matters worse. As I mentioned before teachers could use the weakness of the learner to prove his power or domination. As a student the issue effects my participation to the lesson even effects my self-confidence. Education system defends freedom of self-expression, but does not allow to express the thoughts you have apart from what have thought, that is the proof of lack of liberation that derivation of stultification. How ironically is that we all oppressed students strive to become an oppressor in future in this unemancipated situation!
Getting in trouble over something that I could so easily have done made me feel the need to work twice as hard to remember to finish and turn in all of my homework on time. I’m usually also pretty good at school work, but by losing and/or never turning it in I could’ve run the risk of being held back because it may have seemed like I wasn’t understanding the classes when I actually was. That brings up another reason I need to become more organized, my mom would have been extremely mad if I’d been held back because I wasn’t turning in my homework, and that was probably much scarier to me at the time then actually being held back. The second group that helped influence this trait is very directly related to the influence that my school had on me, my peers. Most of my close friends I had all through school were very good right away at getting
My first goal in this New Year is to be more respectful and more honest to my teachers in 2017 this was a hard thing for me to do, I don’t have nothing against teachers at all but if I feel like I’m not learning enough I take it out on them but it’s really me because I need to start studying for my test so I can get good grades on them. I don’t mean anything I say when I’m mad I just have it control my anger when I’m upset and do my work. In 2017 I used to talk back, I was getting kicked out of class, getting sent to Iss, walking out etc. I was missing out on all of my assignments and I was missing out of my learning time, I don’t want to be in 2018 doing the same things I did last year. All of my behavior and things I do will be reflective
Some kids fear/dislike school for multiple reasons, but one of the leading reasons are the teachers. like what if you're having a bad day, you missed the bus and had to run to school and fell, dirtying your new clothes, and you were late for school and didn’t get to have breakfast. That my friends would be a very bad day, but what if when you finally got to class not even 5 seconds after the tardy bell rings AND the teacher still counts you as tardy.
It was extremely difficult for me to leave my school, the place I had been for the last seven years, but I knew that there was a bright future waiting for me in the UK. It wasn't an easy time for me at all. I was so depressed, but I refused to let my tears fall so that my parents wouldn't see how hard everything was for me. I told myself that I had to stay strong and that everything would be okay, I just had to pray and work hard. At first, before I moved to London, I started trying to find out as much as I could.