Fourth grade Essays

  • Fourth Grade Reflection Essay

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    When I was in the fourth grade I began struggling on focusing on my homework and classwork. It was a hard time for me because I had been great at school. My teacher who had decided she was a doctor called my mom and told her I was special needs and that I needed to to not be in her class, all because I wouldn't focus on reading a book. My mom didn't want to give up on me and was going to help me succeed. What that teacher said prompted many doctors appointments and tests and speech therapies. That

  • Harry The Dirty Dog Analysis

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    “Harry, the dirty dog” was written by Gene Zion; it was illustrated by his wife Margaret Bloy Graham and published by HarperCollins in 1956. Harry, the protagonist of this story also appears in many other titles of this author as they are “No Roses for Harry!”, “Harry and the Lady Next Door” or “Harry by the Sea”. But this author also has other books also known as “The Sugar Mouse Cake”, “The Meanest Squirrel I Ever Met” and “The Plant Sitter”. This book is properly for readers from 6-7 years old

  • Personal Narrative: My Experience For Band Trumpet

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    On October 27, 2014, I had braces on my two front teeth. They needed to be straightened up. A week later, my music teacher brought all my classmates to the band room when I was 5th grade. I was excited as a firework blasting of to space. When we went there, the whole class tried to visualize what will be in the gigantic room. Once the music teacher opened the door the whole class looked inside the room. The director of the band was Mr.Lindwell. When he welcomed us to the room my gun powder and

  • Personal Narrative-Sacrifice?

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    4th Grade: The parking lot was plowed. The banks were about 20 feet high, the perfect height for a bunch of fourth grade boys to rough house and perform a few of our favorite WWE moves on our fellow classmates. So that is what we did. It was afternoon recess. About half of us were in Mrs. Belanger’s and the other half was in Mrs. Beacco’s class. Back then we only switched for 2 classes, math and social studies. Mrs. Belanger taught the math and Mrs. Beacco taught the social studies. After afternoon

  • Gym Observation Paper

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    the privilege of observing two sessions, 4th and 5th grade. The gym space they used was smaller than half the gym in the Wells Fargo Sports Complex, and when filled with about 30 kids seemed even smaller. Fifth grade came in first, and since they had already participated in two form and technique sessions already that week, this third and final day meant they could put those skills into practice with a game of “End Line Soccer.” Fourth grade was the second class I observed, and that day was their

  • I Know Things Now Analysis

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    In the play Into the Woods written by James Lapine and Stephen Sondheim, Little Red sings the song “I Know Things Now.” I chose the song “I Know Things Now” because I can relate to the lyrics. Most of the songs in Into the Woods have a theme to them and the song, “I Know Things Now,” definitely has a theme of maturity. Little Red does not listen to her mother when she does not stick to her path to her grandmother’s house. After she strays from the path, she ends up learning to listen to her mother

  • Reflection On How People Wear Masks

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    around the world do this on a daily basis just to get people to like them. This is how you get a fake friends because they think you're someone you're not. I once wore a mask to change into someone I wasn't when I first moved to smithville in third grade. I was scared and I guess that's normal when people are scared they hide behind a mask so that they fit in instead of stand out. I made a lot of friends for that year but every year I would allow me to be myself around people at school. Eventually

  • The Chicken Squad Analysis

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    The Lexile measure is 290L indicating the reading ability and text difficulty between 1st and 2nd grade. The Developmental Reading Assessment, a tool used by instructors to identify a students reading level, accuracy, fluency, and comprehension is 24, which is mid 2nd grade. Scholastic Book Wizard lists Pirates Past Noon’s interest level at grades 3 – 5. This is a chapter book. It has ten chapters and has 67 pages. It has six full-page illustrations. All illustrations

  • The Alchemist Reflection

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    Personal Essay: How The Alchemist Changed My Life Forever As most people in Los Angeles are today, I was sharing an apartment with another roommate at a rent of $1,800 a month and commuting along the busy and noisy 405 to work everyday - two hours each direction, surrounded by traffic and angry people honking out of frustration. As I headed out for work every day and came back home after a long day, I eventually became more and more miserable as time passed - I stopped spending any valuable time

  • Pdf Level5 Unit 4 Assignment

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    In Unit 3, in one of my sections, I had 3 A’s, 11 B’s, 4 C’s, 2 D’s, and 2 R’s. I feel calibrated, and I think that my grades have been fairly even throughout the semester. This particular section did a good job with the persuasive research essay, which is why this time around the class is “B” heavy. Typically, B’s and C’s are the most frequent grades given and I know that this semester the papers have overall been better than in previous semester. I think that this is perhaps because I have a better

  • Persuasive Essay About School Choice

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    struggling to learn at his/ school. He is more of a visual learner, like learning with pictures and shapes in front of him. His school, however, does not have the power and funding to do such things for him, which leaves him struggling and get bad grades. Now, why does he have to struggle in a school system which can’t even support his learning style? School choice is the idea that parents should be able to choose which school they want to send their children to, whether they enroll them to private

  • Friendship In College Essay

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    College represents something different to everyone. The student will be accountable for attending class, navigating around campus, and obtaining help when needed. When young people leave home for the academic world, they embark on a new journey that includes independence, adventure, and uncovering their individuality. Most students are not prepared for the trials of academe and end up feeling overwhelmed. College life can be a hard adjustment. “Stress and related conditions are growing increasingly

  • Literature Essay: The Value Of Literature

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    Rohan Trivedi Neeraj Prakash English 103- AS (17) 20 March 2018 The Value of Literature Literature is a body of written works, wherein the name is often applied to imaginative works of poetry and prose distinguished by the intentions of the authors. Literature is classified according to variety of systems, including language, national origin, history, the period, the genre and the main subject. It represents human expression, we read literature because it is inspiring, and it embrace the incredible

  • Sports And Sports: The Importance Of Sports In High Schools

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    Athletics of all kinds have started to consume students and the educational system. Football, soccer, track, basketball, baseball, and many other sports are being introduced to students during high school, and this leads to the goals of academic system being placed on the back burner. Funding that could be used to improve learning situations is wasted, the safe environment promoted by many schools is put at risk, and a separation between the students and responsibility is created when sports becomes

  • What College Are You Going Too Summary

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    This essay will be discussing and answering all six assigned comprehension questions about the education of Omarina , a troubled student who got the support many kids never get 5)the two questions that were asked have very different impacts.The first question”what college are you going too” was asked to students in a more developed community where money isn't a very serious issue.This had a positive impact as it was implying that students have reached that level of education where they will continue

  • Argumentative Essay On Golden Girls

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    Betty recently came out to share with the world privy information about her and the other actresses from the ‘Golden Girls.' The three other stars who are now deceased are Estelle Getty, Rue McClanahan, and Bea Arthur. Betty who is an Emmy award winner is still full of spirits and is enjoying life. She has come out clearly to state that the four were more of friends than colleagues. She has revealed that they not only shared gossip but also helped each other through thick and thin during the shooting

  • Honor Society Speeches

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    “Now as you excel in every respect, in faith, discourse, knowledge, all earnestness, and in the love we have for you, may you excel in this gracious act also” (2 Corinthians 8:7). I have gratitude towards God for gifting me with so many outstanding capabilities. I show my thankfulness by aiding to the necessities of others. I have been blessed with not only the advantage of wanting to learn, but also the motivation to succeed with the guidance of God. My goal is to be sincere in everything that I

  • Death Of Ivan Ilyich Essay

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    You all have been obsessed with meeting expectations and grades for the last four years of your life. Checking power school two, three, four times a day. Making sure that GPA stays right where you want it to be. You have been so self absorbed with this that you have completely lost focus on what truly matters. It's more than getting an A on that math test, more then getting into that ivy league school. High School is more than all this, its about finding out what in life will make you happy. Not

  • Grade Inflation Harvey Mansfield Analysis

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    In “Grade Inflation: It’s Time to Face the Facts” in The Chronicle of Higher Education, April 6, 2001, Harvey Mansfield, a political philosophy professor at Harvard, describes and informs his reader of the recent increase of grade inflation. Mansfield states how this inflation has not only raised his grades higher and higher but also the grades of students in many colleges in the country. He uses the word, “contempt” to describe how being pressured into changing his grading scale feels and that he

  • Test Fairness Analysis

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    Since Kunnans (2004), test fairness framework does not seem to be practical and comprehensive enough to be applied to the whole system of a testing practice appropriately and it shows some shortcomings such as lack of guidelines on how to ensure validity and also it does not indicate any concern for accurate reporting of test results and informing test takers as well as providing them with feedback on their performance with regard to their strengths and weaknesses ,underestimation the importance