I disagree with her because I think it is not a good solution. It is just clearing the issue not solving a problem. In my idea when we see something we have to choose the positive parts of it and try to improve them and we have to find ways to change the negative parts. I believe that chivalry is a good manner even if there is some misjudgment about it today or even if it has some problems, but the main point of chivalry is still good. I think forgetting a good behavior and trying to leave it in the past is not logical.
I agree with Professor Marcus Crede’s assessment on grit as it 's nothing new in education terms, simply repeating what we’ve been told at school over and over to have grit and keep working, but the importance of grit has been exaggerated. For example, in the article Crede states “ People with monomaniacal obsession and super powers of dedication are not the only model for success.” Opposing Duckworth’s claim on the importance of grit, grit may have some effect on success, but you cannot correctly measure it, as some may not care about school and have grit towards something else showing on paper that they won 't accomplish anything big when in fact you can 't test that. The study’s done with grit are nothing new or groundbreaking as they
Some argue that this new technology promotes short attention spans and lack of appreciation for the historical arts (Source E). Without the correct guidance, this statement may hold true for some students, but if teachers recognize that technology, like anything else, must be monitored and used only in proper context, that danger disappears. Technology can even be blended with traditional learning in order to maximize efficiency. Students could be asked to read a work of classic literature such as Shakespeare and later be asked to post on an online discussion board about their interpretations and reading experiences. In the end, students will learn more through technology because it provides a setting in which they are able to understand and relate to the information.
Writing notes by hand also helps students retain and remember information (“Pros and Cons”). Handwriting also assists students by being able to write notes in their own words, which results in them retaining more information. Writing in cursive also helps with speed, legibility, and writing words correctly (“Dower”). In an article in Psychology Today, Dr. William Klemm said “Cursive writing helps train the brain to integrate visual and tactile information, and fine motor dexterity,” (“Pros and Cons”). Writing in cursive can also help people with learning disabilities.
The aim of the author of writing this book is not to draw a big picture of cultural diversity, which is actually very well-known by readers, but to provide severe directions for those who are struggling with new cultural environments. I take cognizance of a truth in the book that is eventually suitable for most of the realistic problems in life: you can never find the solution directly, and you may even never get it correctly, but step by step, through trial and error, you are on your way closing to the
Jessica Christy Klayton Kendall English 121 7 September 2015 A Better Understanding In the essay ‘Disliking Books” Gerald Graff claims that he has an “advantage teaching literature”. That advantage is attributed to the fact he felt animosity and fear towards books growing up. He didn’t understand what he was to say about these books that never related to him. Or why he was supposed to say these things. Understanding the confusion about these things and knowing that there is more than one way to get to the goal, loving and understanding literature, is the true reason that Graff has an advantage as a literature teacher.
In general, assessing whether an argument is a good one based on subtle changes in how you feel about a topic is accurate but in reality the argument lacks true components of an academic argument. During our course we have pined over the arguments in
They said I am better at learning new ways to do things, which I feel is true. But I feel that some of the jobs it said for me are too basic, I feel that they are not complex enough for what a good job is. A good job is one where you work hard and feel like you earned the money.
Typically my qualities are exceeded by my weaknesses. Things I truly battle with are things like grammar, APA and MLA arranges so when it comes time to compose I could have incredible substance that is truly intriguing yet my evaluation is squashed by sentence pieces and mechanical mistakes. I thought well on the off chance that I haven't got it at this point I should forget about it. In any case, no, from what I have learned this semester and with somewhat more practice I could defeat those issues and could truly add to my writing. In the vast majority of my papers I predominantly concentrate on the substance.
Aural means related to sense of hearing and oral related to verbal communication. Surely when the student is getting better in both listening and speaking they will reach communicative competence. Communicative competence refers to the level of language learning that enables language users to convey their message to others and to understand others’ messages within specific context (Hymes, 1972). Of course to reach this competence, both listening and speaking improvement is really needed. The Aural-Oral approach is very effective to be implemented in English Language Teaching in case to build communicative competence of student.