In this story “Norma” by Sonia Sanchez it describes the experience of a character named Sonia. Sonia is a girl who attends George Washington High school and is described to be a shy, and conspicuous girl. Sonia usually is a shy girl who talks with her head down and is kind of quiet. All Sonia wants is to learn how to to the factor equation so she can do her homework. Norma is what Sonia and others call a genius.
LaVaughn plays a pivotal role in the lives of Jolly and her two children, Jeremy and Jilly, as she fulfills the job of babysitter. Throughout the novel, LaVaughn shows ambition by her willingness to work evenings while attending high school. And, taking on the care of two young children is no easy task especially when they are in much need of love and attention. Although Jolly tries to meet their basic needs, she oftentimes falls short. When LaVaughn takes on the task of helping Jolly, she becomes a major contributor in the lives of the children.
In the book, The Running Dream by Wendelin Van Draanen Rosa shows that she is a very helpful person. Rosa was a very sweet girl who just so happened to be in Jessica's math class, even though she was a freshman and Jessica was a Jr. Rosa is a brilliant girl and she loved math and helping Jessica with it. “Hey!” Rosa calls,…… I hobble in and sit in a chair near her. “I am so lost in math.” “I’ll help you!” she says”(136), when Rosa see’s an opportunity to help some she will go right for it help them and she won’t stop till they get a 93% on a test. Rosa only being a student herself takes the people she tutors and shows them a more helpful and easy path when it comes the math school or life in general.
Grande fully realized her potential in writing due to teacher, who would later become someone Grande could confide in, commented how good she was in writing, “When she handed me back my paper, I felt different. With those words, it was as if she had opened my eyes to something I could not yet see” (Grande, 2012, 300). Without the small push by her teacher or Diana, Grande would not have the support she needed to continue her education at the University of California, Santa Cruz. The perspective of Grande displayed a young girl who learned to become independent for herself and in the end, she was able to accomplish the goal of getting an
Scout is a very intelligent girl from birth and shows it throughout the novel. She learns to read before she even starts school, which angers her teacher due to an advantage over the other students. Scout is as intelligent as she is because of the way Atticus raised her. For being so young, she comes to understand big concepts quickly. For example, Atticus references the killing of a mockingbird early in the novel and Scout brings is back in conversation in the second to last chapter.
My classmates stared at me in a shock, with an air of surprised appreciation. When my classmates started to ask me for help to solve math problems, I felt that I finally became a person that could help out others. The day one of my classmate told me I was the best person in math in our class, I eventually began to be confident about myself. Starting from that time, school became a place where I was excited and happy. However, my love of math became obscured in secondary school.
Gabriella Montez’s primary stereotype is the “nerd.” The first time Gabriella is seen, she is reading a book. This is a common indication used throughout the film industry that leads viewers to make the assumption that the character in question is introverted and intelligent. When Gabriella transfers to a new school, it is made clear that she is in fact academically talented. She is referred to as a “freaky genius girl” and “an Einsteinette.” Gabriella is almost immediately recruited to be a part of the school’s prestigious Scholastic Decathlon Team. “Our Scholastic Decathlon team has its first competition next week and there is certainly a spot for you!” Another common stereotype attached to Gabriella is the “new girl.” This stereotype usually entails shyness and discombobulation.
A Kiss For The Petals – Remembering How We Met Risa Azumi, a student at St. Michaels was instantly captivated when she spotted the new girl, Miya Ayase. As luck would have it, Risa finds herself not only in the same class as Miya, but also seated right next to her. However, whereas Risa is very serious about school and her studies, Miya is brilliant enough to find it all a bore. Since she is able to effortlessly get full marks on all her tests, Miya takes to skipping class, which is something that Risa, who is also class representative, finds completely unacceptable. A Kiss For The Petals – Remembering How We Met is the story of how Risa and Miya met for the first time and what happened before they became a cute couple.
In the story “ Two Kinds” Amy Tan presents the theme ¨Be grateful for what you have when you have it because nothing is forever¨ through the main characters Ni kan and her mother and also through foreshadowing. Tan takes you through a story of a girl and her mother as they both individually learn a good life lesson. Ni kan is the main character who strongly helps develop the theme ¨Be grateful for what you have when you have it because nothing is forever.¨ Ni kan is forced to be this “prodigy” child, this perfect being, that her mother pushes her to be. She tried to be what seems like nearly everything starting at a Chinese Shirley Temple to a Piano Player. Ni kan’s mother pushed her hard.
Trying to figure out who you are can be complicated. Especially when you are young. Sometimes you have to make choices to find your self. In the short story “Dead end” Maria deals with a struggle and tied between two things: keeping the promise she made to her mother or becoming like the other girls in school dressed all fancy an popular. In her mother’s bed death she promised her to get an education no matter what.
Then I have them compare those numbers and turn them loose in a discussion forum format to think about, if your goal is this what do you do and if you goal is that what do you do and how you adjust. IN: That makes sense. To what extent to you ask them to think about, if they get a numerical answer for that, is that a reasonable answer. One of the things we struggle with as math teachers is that students will trust whatever comes out of a calculator or a computer. Do you talk with them at all about here is how to know if this is reasonable or you made an error.
Everyone was so nice and friendly. Could find my class in this girls help me to math class because she was going to the same class then I look on my paper to see if had any other classes with her and I had to more and that was science and reading and she look like me best friend Charnae somewhere but never told so I asked what was her name I she said Charnae
Hope motivates many characters in the book A Thousand Splendid Suns by Khaled Hosseini but it motivates Mariam the most. For example, when Bibi jo had brought news of Jalil daughters going to a real school, Mariam got caught up in the idea of going to school as the author states “Since then, thoughts of classrooms and teachers had rattled around Mariam 's head, images of notebooks with lined pages, columns of numbers, and pens that made dark, heavy marks.” ( Hosseini 17). This demonstrates how Mariam motivates herself in hope for going to a real school. Instead of getting frustrated and down that Jalil’s other daughters were going to school, Mariam takes the idea that girls her age are going to school and turns it into hope. Additionally, Mariam
." In math, London has greatly improved in annotating and solving word problems, as well as becoming much more confident in herself during math. Keep encouraging her to check twice to be precise as this will help London to either catch a simple mistake or confirm her thinking/answers. London will have a new goal this coming nine weeks to help her break down two-step word problems to better comprehend and solve accurately. In writing, London has been working diligently, making sure to incorporate quality details, and introduction and conclusion.
Josie is the school captain of her girl’s private school called, St. Martha’s. In this novel Josie faces different problems and tries to find herself a spot in this world. The novel starts off rather slowly, but as you continue to read this novel, you’ll realise you were reading a novel the main character,