We all have to recognize our problems and be there for each other, otherwise we’ll end up like Holden. Denying teachers from being able to discuss the book in a class setting, teenagers would miss the point and would think Holden was a foul person and had no
As aforementioned, I would collaborate with my students about the type of consequences that they would have if they made poor choices that broke one of the rules. The type of consequence that I would use the least in my classroom would be the conventional consequences. In my opinion, removing students from the learning environment, unless absolutely necessary, is a disservice to students. This is not to say that some of the consequences may remove students from their working environment, because they might, but students will always be in the classroom. To better explain my point, consider the following example: Joe is working with his group during math centers, and he begins to throw the manipulatives at his classmates.
It seems only right that if every student is to some day be exposed to these issues, they should be taught about them at an early, yet mature age so they can be more prepared with how to address these issues in the future. In Max Malikow's essay, "Engaging Students in Controversial Issues", he states that, evaluating controversial issues is "a life skill" (Milkow1). Many people will agree that those who learn how to evaluate controversial issues
Ok no one likes homework and it’s true there should be a no homework policy because homework causes frustration and takes time away from family and that can be hard. Some readers believe there should be no homework policy. We already get teached seven hours of school who would want to come home and do a couple more hours of homework, mean, come on. Some readers believe there should be no homework policy.
He tells this when he said “You’ll have to shut down, have to reject intellectual stimuli of diffuse them with sarcasm, have to cultivate stupidity, have to convert boredom from a malady into a way of confronting the world” (Rose 350). What he is saying in this sentence is students want to be normal they want to fit in in their classroom and if to do that they must act like fools they would do it. From my own experience, I understand what the author is saying of being average. In my whole life when I enter to a new school year I personally don’t want to stick out, I want to be unnoticed or like the author says average. When the author first hears this sentence “I just wanna be average” (Rose 349) didn’t understand what it means but after years he understood that this sentence means to be like everybody
Another study shows kindergarten and first graders having an average of twenty-five to thirty minutes of homework each night (Dell’Antonia). The cause of this large load is simple. Many students have classes with multiple different teachers throughout their day, and when each of those teachers assigns what he thinks is the right amount of work for his own class, the child ends up with so much work that he cannot zip up his backpack. That much work bores children and results in cheating or copying answers from peers. Coordinating homework assignments within certain departments and teachers of the same class would result in a lessened homework load.
Teachers are only causing themselves more stress by assigning homework. “Worksheets and assignments have been assigned merely out of a sense of obligation to dole homework to students” (Graham). Teachers aren’t required to assign homework, but they do it because they think it’s necessary. Teachers who give homework to students need a very good reason for dragging out their school day
Don’t you like doing homework? Homework is the school assignments that a teacher gives it to their student to work at home. Homework is always a controversial topic over the years that homework is necessary or unnecessary for students. Most of the teachers think homework is helpful for the students such as homework is great for students’ brain, improving confident in students’ independent thinking, and gain more responsibilities of the students. In contrary, there are still have some people disagree with homework is helpful.
In America, 18.4 percent of children ages 6-19 years old are obese. This issue is often due to the fact that those students have no time for any exercise. If homework did not hold back students each night, they would have extra time to use by exercising and staying healthy. Homework is greatly affecting the physical health of students of all
We have told our teachers time and time again how stressful such instances of homework are on our lives. We have told them of our predicaments with juggling school, home, sports, and free time. We have appealed to their instances of such oppression in their pasts. They too have been deaf to the troubles that grading homework has imposed upon them. We must, therefore, acquiesce in the necessity, that the eradication of homework would benefit both teachers and
My first Everest goal is to be a risk taker by trying new things in school and ask questions about things that I want to know more about. My second Everest goal is to work hard in Social Studies because I find that class boring and I need to try harder and pay more attention. I will do this by focusing on my work and turning things in on time.