Recently, another example of someone admitting their faults was seen. Ms. Shumaker, our vice principal, during an assembly claimed responsibility for some of the problems see through the new midterm exam policy and took action to try and correct it so as not to penalized for her mistake. This not most likely hurt her pride a little bit but the result was that students and faculty probably see her as more trustworthy and fair now and also students who would be affected by her mistake are now not punished for her actions or lack of them therefore. Her owning up to her mistake and then trying to fix it have proved her to be a good person. In my eyes she has shown herself more trustworthy and honest and I'm now more likely to trust her
Emma is actually a decent student though, no matter what people think about the “popular group” of kids at school, Emma is part of them and still a good student. She normally gets Bs and B+s for grades, and listens and learns when necessary. Did I mention that she can be a pain? “Yeah, right.” I argued. “You might think so, but maybe he’ll be home early because he actually wants to get home then to see mom and help clean up the house.” “Why would he do that?” Emma stated “Because he cares about our family!” I responded sharply “Maybe I’ll pick you guys up from school early today to come greet him when he comes home from deployment.” My mother said, a smile on her
The real reason why you should accept me in to the college is because I am breaking from those habits and My abilities when I properly apply them to school work can allow me to have excellent grades in class my skills are being able to be work under pressure, I am creative, I am a good team worker. When I first realized that I work good under pressure was when sometimes I would do my home work for my classes right the day before, and the next day I would usually get a good grade. The reason why I said usually is because doing my work under pressure like that only works if I already have knowledge on what to do, and reasonable amount of time to do it.
This has helped me out in school because it has helped me to be a better student class when kids don’t want to or are not listening and I sit there being a good example they will see me and start to follow so it has helped me to be a better student in class. It has helped me in school, because other kids respect the school and the teachers when other people do it. All it takes is one person being good and then more and more follow, so it has helped me be better in school. Being a big sister has helped me be a better student in school and class, because I can set a good example for others and then everybody is being good or somewhat
Welch, I would say a lot of things. She was firm in her answers and she had a temper but she also had a softer side. Mrs. Welch was not a teacher who could teach you multiplication in a day, but she was a teacher who would see potential and push that particular student to realize and seek out that potential. Mrs. Welch is also a foster parent, which does not necessarily make her a better teacher, but it does show that she naturally cares about children. Moreover, Mrs. Welch was a teacher who would understand if you had a particularly bad day, and she would always listen if you needed help outside of the classroom or the school day.
He gives her pep-talks about her performances in school, spends time training her in extra curriculum activities and generally expects the best of her. With that being said, I feel that both are extrem opposites and I feel that my parenting style is somewhere in the middle. I do want my children to try their best, however, that is all that I ask of them. I can be a funny and loving parent, but when circumstances call for it I can also be very strict and assertive. One parent I can not relate to Helen Buckman.
Katie and Francie maintain a loving relationship throughout the novel, despite the slight neglect that Francie receives. The civil relationship provides evidence for the patience and true loving nature that Francie carries. Eventually, Francie asks her mother one day about a certain incident, where Katie showed more concern and put up more of a fight for her brother to be put back in school, but did not do the same for Francie. Her mother claimed that she did not find purpose in doing so, because she knew Francie would find a way to go back to school no matter the circumstances. This is significant to the novel because her mother’s response reflects the self-motivation that has always lived within
Her only true friend was her Aunt Baba. However, not many others believed in her so she devoted herself to having excellent grades and getting the teachers’ praise. This made school almost like a safe haven for Adeline where she could feel safe. In her writing and other studies, Adeline would frequently compare herself to the female warrior Mulan, for comfort. Mulan was a brave and courageous girl and acting like Mulan would give Adeline the feeling of being a brave warrior instead of a sad and lonely girl.
“A strong sense of attachment, bonding, and belonging, and a feeling of being cared about characterize adolescents’ positive relationships with their teachers and their school (APA, 2002). Students are more willing to engage and give their best attempts when they have a reason to - they feel like they matter and they understand that what they are learning is relative to their lives. Math class has the opposite effect for Victoria. She recalled how from first grade her mathematical foundation was poorly established. She did not learn multiplication in her early grades of public school, she transferred to home schooling, and upon returning to public schools she felt like she was still catching up on the basics.
I believe the mother is very proud of Dee because she got further in her education than mama did. I still believe mother does not agree with her choice of friends because of her education, if that makes any sense. Mama does not like what her success has made Dee become, but she is still proud of her. The daydream is significant because it is how mama imagines reuniting with Dee one day. Mama feels as though Dee will embrace the woman who made it all possible with a warm hug and a brooch pinned on her dress.