For example, (Debate.org) explains,” Handwriting is not graded because spelling is more important.” This shows that spelling would not be able to be handled in kids handwriting. Students should not be graded on their spelling which is part of handwriting. In conclusion, handwriting should not be graded because of their spelling. Finally, all teachers feel that proper organization is also more important than handwriting. For instance, National University explains, “Organization is another reason why handwriting is not graded.” This shows organization would not be able to be controlled in student’s handwriting.
The book sheds a tear as it is banned by administration for students to read. The Catcher in the Rye should not be banned for summer reading for incoming sophomores because of its “explicit” content. After high school, out in the real world, life experiences are not censored or banned to protect you. You must experience life and all that comes with it. Just because a book that was written many decades ago may have bad words in it, doesn’t mean that it should be withheld from the students.
When teachers make students learn just information on the test there is really no point in learning it, if you are never going to use it in a real life setting. According to ProCon.org, “Opponents say the tests are neither fair nor objective, that their use promotes a narrow curriculum and
334)”, this is explaining that Americans are not being properly educated. They have to teach themselves what is right and wrong when it comes to the English language. They are unable to look up to older authorities to help them therefor they cannot broaden their horizons when it comes to the English language and culture. In “Lost In America” McGray says, “ The president’s language may promise $24 million to promote foreign-language instructions in K-12 schools, but that seems pretty paltry compared to the $206 million he requested to fund abstinence-only sex education”(McGray Pg. 356), this proves that our priorities are focused elsewhere and not on our language and culture.
The act of trying to make the novel more suitable for younger readers is pointless, as the novel still requires the maturity level of high schoolers even without the word. The novel still covers topics that are deeply emotional, and unsuitable for younger readers. As for the general public, if numerous people are still nervous about reading the word, then they should not be reading the book at all, as all of its contents require a level of seriousness and maturity that being afraid of reading a discriminatory word undermines. The novel is a superb example of how today’s society can learn from past mistakes and comprehend the fact that words such as “nigger”can have a profound impact on distinct groups in American culture. I feel that the “six letter word” should remain in the novel, and continue to serve as a teachable moment for mature people to learn and discover a different time period in American
Books can’t really seem inappropriate to me because they are just words and that doesn’t really affect me. Even teachers I have had before have used worse language and talk about things much worse than I have ever read in a book. Books are mainly used in school for educating purposes so I don’t think that we would be using anything inappropriate for no reason. If we are reading about a something school related and it happens to have a few cuss words than who cares. If we are reading something that is inappropriate and off topic than that is completely different.
This greatly limits their access to opportunities and general knowledge of the education system. Southeast Asian parents who are not able to fully communicate in English may miss important information that would be beneficial for their students’ success. These parents are unable to successfully navigate the American school systems, and they often feel unwelcome in the school setting due to cultural boundaries. This and their limited English abilities often restrict their communication with teachers and other school officials that would otherwise help their children succeed. Some parents may also have no higher education, or have had any formal education at all.
Whatever it is, I just can 't write about myself in my literacy narrative if I have to share it in class. It 's just not the way I was raised. I wasn 't raised to share my problems to my family. If I have a problem, I have to solve it myself. If it 's just for you to grade, I think I can manage.
Kids have the right to read Schools worldwide are starting the movement to ban certain books for children. There are many different reasons why books shall not be banned. First, kids will not be able to read what they want and they will have limited knowledge. Next, kids will not be able to read about real-life situations that could happen to them or that they could encounter. Finally, kids cannot read many of the classic books anymore that have brought people valuable lessons for years.