After I got home from school, I immediately started on my homework and I did not stop until I was finished. Sometimes it would take me hours to complete my homework, but I did not give up. When it comes to finals, I study until I know all the material that I am supposed to know. I start studying a week in advance to remember everything for each class. I want to get the best grade that I can get so I study as hard as Katie did.
At the end of the semester both sections will determine whether we pass or not. Like we discussed before the main assignment for a chemistry lab is to write a lab report, if the process is explained in the correct way it will become one of the easiest assignments we will ever have to complete. When it comes to doing a lab report there are five parts to keep
As a result, I finished English 10 with A, and the status between my classmates and I totally changed. Instead of I get help from my classmates, they got help from me and many times in during English 11, my teacher frequently used my essays as an example for other 30 students. With successfully finishing my regular English in 10th and 11th grade, I decided to challenge myself more, without expecting the greatest challenge to come. To prepare for college and to develop my
2. My best experience in math, by far, would be last semester with Ms. Lorenzen in math 277. She showed me ways to do problems that I had never thought of, and taught me why math works the way it did. It was the first time in my life I had made an A in math, a high one at that too. It
Reading and writing was one of my favorite activities to do as a kid, and it still is. Ever since I learned to read, I began to write short stories. Oh, how rude of me! I forgot to introduce myself. Hello Mr.Rase, my name’s Elena Serafimovski and I’m a writer in my junior year of high school.
I will say I really like the discussions we 've had in class though. I 've been challenged and questioned by some individuals with different beliefs than mine so that has been interesting but in a positive way. GEN311: Ideas of Human Nature Week 6 Reflection Journal Activity To be completed prior to week 6; due as part of Reflection Journal A (Week 6) After reviewing the content from the first six weeks of the class, please address the following by authoring an essay, approximately two pages in length (double spaced, 12-point font). I would like you to include an introductory paragraph, three to five significant paragraphs forming the body of the essay, and ending with a conclusion paragraph. Incorporate citations as are
“Either write something worth reading or do something worth writing.” These were the words that my elementary teacher told my class before a summer vacation. I never forgot them because they were the reason I ever got into my creative writing. I’ve been writing stories for both profit and pleasure for the last ten years, and each one is an example of my improvement. I took this class as a review course after my recent two year hiatus, and I believe that I have made an improvement in my writing as a whole. Before I took this course, I wasn’t confident in my organizational skills, I couldn’t make my stories flow, and I wasn’t sure if I was using correct grammar and punctuation, or just making a fool of myself.
It was the beginning of my 5th grade year and the first time I was attending an only English class. My teacher, Mrs. Galvan, created activities and set us in groups for us to interact with our classmates. My group was friendly to me, and I explained to them that it was my second year learning English and the first time I attended an only English class. They knew Spanish but we were only able to speak English in class, so I tried my best to speak English with them. The last activity we had that day was a competition about previous readings we had to do.
My drive to become a Communication Studies teacher was sparked when I was a sophomore in high school. In my high school, everyone was required to take one semester of Speech class in order to graduate. My teacher was just another English teacher in the school and she did not approach Speech with the same enthusiasm as she did literature- which was disheartening because I was more than excited to be in this class. Speech was unlike anything I had ever taken, of course I had done class presentations before, but nothing more than a book report with a poster board. Speech felt like a wonderful new world of possibilities when presenting an argument or new information.
By the age of 6, I was set for life to be an advanced reader. In first grade I was reading novels for the middle school. I could read high school level books before 5th grade was over. Reading was a passion of mine because it was my strongest skill. My teachers and parents applauded me because when the required reading time was an, hour, I would read 5 just because I became lost in the story.