In high school, we would have weeks to pick a topic, create a thesis, outline the paper, write the paper, and then revise the paper. In college, the time restraints are not quite as lenient. Throughout this course I have learned time management is the key to success and to be more productive with my time. I have always had issues with writing due to things like grammar and sentence fragments. But this class has been a gigantic assistants to me.
When I started in High School I struggled a lot meeting the requirements of certain assignments, I could understand what the assignments were about but, I had of problems breaking down of how to do what the assignments were really asking for. The best solutions for this problem was to ask for help and to start looking deeper in the context. After all that I learn, the expectation of writing and reading, the processes that we need to do, to be a good reader or
High school and college have many differences, these differences include teacher-student relationships, homework due dates, attendance policies, responsibilities, and the differences between the beliefs of the students. First, high school is the first transition to a higher academic level of learning. High school prepares students with the information that they need to endure and prosper in both college and the “real world” they do this by teaching widespread subjects in areas that they feel are crucial in education such as your basic Math, Science, World History, English, and many other imperative subjects. The students in high school are less stressed about their work and do not carry as many burdens on their backs, their homework due dates are not near strict or “time sensitive”, students in high school do not have many responsibilities, the responsibilities that the students do have are not that hard because they have very few requirements. The schedule for most high school students are strict because the standard time
Particularly, these debates lead to a myriad of different things, how many students go to college and the choices they may make. All of this is to prevent the undergrads going into debts and having major trouble. Even with all types of information out right now, going to school can be a difficult decision to make but it would definitely be a good one to make. Multitudinous students from all walks of life have put their opinions out for you to read. Various researchers have also done deep research into
To Write Well or to Not Write Well In the article The Writing Revolution by Peg Tyre, the far too common unfortunate example of a school system failing to equip its students with the proper writing skills necessary to be successful students is examined. While this failure is a phenomenon that ails students worldwide, I was fortunate enough to receive a high school education that excelled in this area and helped prepare me for college and beyond. The first method my school used was to assign mandatory writing assignments every week, which forced me to practice repeatedly and prefect the skill. Additionally, on each assignment my teachers provided me one-on-one meetings to discuss the paper content, which allowed me to receive personal feedback
In writing fluency studies where students write by hand, the process of counting the number of words written by each student would likely take a very long time. With this reality in mind, my goal of changing students’ negative perception of writing in English needed to be adapted to the realities of the teaching environment I was in. By using computers I was able to save untold hours in administering the weekly activities, monitoring student writing in real time, collecting and analyzing data, and finally providing feedback to the students to help them in future writing
I relied on a process that included seeking information, determining my values and priorities and then having good dialogue with my parents, friends, and other “experts.” In the future, I know that there are a whole array of decisions awaiting me in college. Some of the issues will be relatively small, such as where to live, who to live with, and what classes to take, and some will be pretty big like what will I eventually want to major in and who I want work for. Even more daunting are the decisions that await me that are unknown or less predictable. What gives me some comfort, however, is the experience of having made some tough decisions in high school and in knowing that I have a good process and a trusted group of
The reason behind is that students attending college or universities go through the life stages of making important and permanent decisions that may affect their future, handling substantial changes alone are unhealthy. Therefore, the testing of mentoring with college students is logical, in sense of the population needing such. However, as the mentoring benefits begin to aid with guidance and assistance for the students, during the study the desire for more or longer duration may occur. The following are requirements to participate in this study: a) junior or senior of college, b) willingness to seek or readiness of own temporary mentor, c) first time experience with a mentor. Typically, junior or senior year of college the stress levels peak because individuals are reaching close to the actual adulthood and beginning of a career where supportive measures can be useful.
The reason for this is people fail to realize that high school is way different than college. It is very important for a student to have an open mind for the drastic change their about to encounter in the next four years of their lives. They are both different levels of education that are expanding a student’s knowledge to fulfill their career path for their dream job. Although, there are both similar to one another that involve teaching students to learn both have many differences between each other, I prefer college more than high school based on my experiences. The biggest differences between high school and college is responsibilities , time management and cost.
2.2. Theoretical Background of Stance It seems that writers in academic writing can not comprehend stance . They do not know how they can incorporate their personal feelings , attitudes , value judgments or assessment through the text . In order to solve this problems , they should create a text , so readers will recognize some process about writers and trying to do those process (Hyland , 2013) . It is difficult for many English teachers of Academic Writing to make aware of students about stance when they use references .