Educational years Essays

  • Future Digital Teacher Essay

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    incredibly important to students. Teaching is no longer about knowledge and grade. It is about to makes student, and preparing them well for a future and survive in this current era of globalisation and advancement of technology. North Central Regional Educational Laboratory [NCREL] & The Metiri Group in 2003 research shows that not surprisingly for type of learning that using variability of digital tools, that today’s digital students learn more when engaged in meaningful, relevant, and intellectually stimulating

  • Strategies To Improve Reading Comprehension

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    reference to meaningful instruction and learning, but we must still be critically thoughtful (Ornstein & Hunkins, 2004). Over the past several years, there has been a surge of interest in understanding why is it so many of the nation’s students after completing at least four years at primary school are unable to master a national literacy test given in May each year since 1998. Compounding this interest is that many of these students are exposed to a wide range of reading materials and experiences. This

  • Homework Should Be Banned In Schools

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    homework, whilst countries such as Finland have opted for banning homework from their educational system. Some have complained and said that homework takes away from family time and causes stress. Since homework has minimal effects on children's grades, and can cause stress, homework should be banned in schools around the world. Homework doesn't always improve academic scores. According to Van Thompson since the year 1981 the amount of homework has increased by 51% in the United States. Yet the in

  • Advantage Of Bilingual Education

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    What Are the Advantages of Bilingual Educational Programs and Bilingualism? It is difficult for me to write this from the point of view of an educator in the United States. I am presently at the end of my second year of teaching and also my second year at a totally bilingual school that teaches in both Spanish and English. My opinions and reflections on my literature reviews may be affected by my teaching here in Mexico, vs. teaching ESL students who are immigrants located in the USA. Bilingual

  • School Management Assignment

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    Financial management is the developing of a school budget, organising and controlling finances. School-community relations:In todays educational context the roles of parents and community members has become a crucial factor that one have to manage properly. It includes promoting and fostering parents and community involment and marketing the school.It includes promoting and fostering parents

  • Raising The Mango Analysis

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    Discussion of the results In this part of the paper, I would like to elaborate on the texts’ potential for development of intercultural competence. I will look on each of intercultural competence’s elements and discuss the relevance of Track’s texts in connection to this term. 1. Attitudes of curiosity and openness Potential for development of attitudes of curiosity and openness could be seen in over half of the texts used in the book. Since this attitude aims to decentralisation, texts from the

  • Narrative Essay About My Literacy Journey

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    vocabulary and I always think back to that teacher. This was also the first chapter book I read and I recommend it to all children. Then in third grade, my teacher would read to us Junie B. Jones which I fell in love with and could not get enough. My last years of elementary school reading wise involved Dear America books, American Girl books, and Scary Ghost stories books. These were topics and books I chose myself and not for a class. I think it had to do with having more freedom in the library that I looked

  • My Disney World-Personal Narrative

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    I was seven years old at the time and like most seven year olds i've dreamed of going to disney world.but there was one bad thing about it we had to take a bus to get there. Well at the time they told me we had to but we really didn't.and what made it worst was that all majority of my family was coming.why you ask is that such a bad thing its fun doing things with family.yeah your right in all but we going to all going to be on a bus for over 10 hours together. I remember the time only a few of

  • Teaching Reading: The First Foreign Language Acquisition

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    People get language from custom, habit, and learning process. The first language is acquired through habit and custom, which is generally called language acquisition. Acquisition itself is the act of getting something, especially knowledge, a skill, etc (Hornby, 2000). L2 is generally learned, few people acquire L2, which is generally called as language acquisition. It is possible if there is opportunity for them to get use the language in the speech community peaking the language. Besides, English

  • Personal Narrative: My Suffering

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    Finally, I regain consciousness and light floods into my eyes. I lift my head, which feels as heavy as my old school bag on the first day of year 7, but somehow concurrently soothing and look around at my surroundings. I am alone. There are no clocks in the white-walled, claustrophobic room, but somehow I know and have known the time for a while. Albeit recently waking up from what I can only describe as a self-induced coma, my gut as well as my current physical and mental state tells me that it

  • Argumentative Writing

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    Human belongs as social creatures in which cannot be separated from language. They need language to communicate with others. They use language to interact and transact with others. They need language to learn many things. They use many languages as far as they need. For example, parents use language to interact with their children. In modern era, Indonesian people tend to use more than one language in daily activity such as combine their mother tongue with lingua franca and even with foreign language

  • Giftedness In Education

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    Giftedness may differ in different context and cultures, even in the school system, the beliefs and definitions may differ on what giftedness is termed to be, hence, there are now multiple meanings which relates to giftedness according to the Texas Association for Gifted Children. The National Association for Gifted Children, Washington defines giftedness as “Gifted individual are those who demonstrate outstanding levels of aptitude (defined as an exceptional ability to reason and learn) or competence

  • High School Gls Reflection

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    because we were freshman, and every grade above grade 9 hates freshman. But I later thought to myself that I have nothing to worry about, millions of people have done this before me, so as long as i 'm focused, i’ll be set for my first high school year. The first skill that Gls has helped me with is my presentation skills. We had a total of 2 presentations Including this one. The persuasive presentation, and the Gls journey presentation. These presentations have and will help me out during school

  • Summary Of Bernard Roth's 'The Achievement Habit'

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    Out in the world, many try to achieve or accomplish and do great things in life but do not make that achievement happen causing them to fail. When they fail they do not know why they failed and do not know what to do about the failure. In the book The Achievement Habit, by Bernard Roth, he talks about how to educate people through striving in life and accomplishing things and being successful in life. He pushes people to their limit to achieve something that the person would not think of achieving

  • Books Should Be Banned Essay

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    Book Banning According to the American Library Association (ALA), the request for removal of books are usually due to the contents and its age appropriateness for the students. “When I was in 6th grade, I decided to read Catcher in the Rye. My parents were fine with that, but my school sent me home for the day. This experience gave me an even greater appreciation of the power of the written word” (Reading Banned Books...). The reasoning behind why banned books today may seem good today but tomorrow

  • Reaction Paper About Fairy Tales

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    Introduction: There once was a young boy whose mother read stories to him from picture books. This young boy was me around the age of seven years old. Before bedtime, my mother used to read stories to me before I went to sleep. I remember that I watched several Disney cartoons of the tales, but I cannot recall which ones I saw. I know that fairy tales have fictional elements, such as magic and fantasy, that cannot happen in real life. Some fairy tales have a moral, like fables, although

  • Essay On Constructivism In Classroom

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    Constructivism in classroom application In constructivism, learning should be practical. According to constructivists, learners need to practice the things they learn for the learning process to be meaningful. Students construct their own knowledge through interaction. Teacher’s role is to provide help for pupil s to apply existing skills to acquire new knowledge. The main activity in a constructivist classroom is solving problems. Students use inquiry methods to ask questions, investigate a topic

  • My Personal Writing: My First Writing Experience

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    My first writing experience I can remember is from elementary school. I was in the 3rd grade and my librarian asked me to write her a short book because she used to hear me tell my friends stories. At first, I wondered why would she assigned me this hard task. I didn’t know what to write about. I went home and began looking for inspiration for my story. At this time it was Halloween and I wrote a thriller novel. I wrote about a group of students being stuck in the school library and its a killer

  • Personal Narrative: My Seventh Year In High School

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    Junior High years were pretty… interesting to say the least. Seventh grade was my first year in the high school. Yes, I was pretty nervous going into a school with kids who were much, much older than me. I knew I wasn’t the only one nervous. That kind of helped my brain chill out a bit. Everyone in my class was probably going through the same type of fear. I remember for the first few weeks we had to share lockers. No joke. I had to share a locker with Mackenzie. After the couple weeks were up with

  • Reflection In Criminal Justice

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    system was originally established with the focal point being the rehabilitation of our youth. Different environmental factors are often overlooked during the sentencing of juveniles resulting in harsh punishments in efforts to control crime. In recent years, changes have occurred in efforts to revert the focal point back to rehabilitate individuals within the juvenile justice system. With a Juris Doctorate, I aspire to continue fighting for a system that is rehabilitative in nature and strives towards